2011年1月21日星期五

不是我们特别爱1个大马诊所,是我们50年来从来没有过!

“见到处建1个大马诊所,我真的很高兴。沙巴有5间吗?我是真心诚意的,欢迎1个大马诊所的。哦,真的,那倒不是我们特别爱1个大马诊所,不是我特别爱首相,或特别爱国阵。他们可以把它叫什么诊所都可以,给我们诊所!我们50年来从来没有过!” 
          一个沙巴古达区甘榜居民,Dec, 2010.
先不要批评是不是不够医生,改由护士来运作,因此,强调保健意识,多过真正的医疗功能?也先不要问为什么都在大的城镇,不是在小乡镇,是不是为了纯粹的宣传目的?对于一间1个大马诊所,搞了首长,副首长,联邦副卫生部长等等的来开幕,政治人物顺便宣传宣传的行为,也暂时不多作批评。

各位国阵的官老爷们,当你闹哄哄的推展你的政治口号时,当你看见人民真心诚意的欢迎你的1个大马什么时,我只祈求你把手放在自己的胸膛,问问你的良知(如果你还有的话)。这些人是被足足亏待了半个世纪,是你们半个世纪来的没有资源,不知道,不在乎,抑或你们的无能,失责,或其他原因。。。。。。。?

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转载:首长:必打丹设一个大马诊所 低阶层可享医疗服务

(本报亚庇廿日讯)必打丹甘榜哥刁设立“一个马来西亚”诊所,首长拿督慕沙阿曼表示,越来越多乡区和低收入阶层人士可享有医疗服务。他说,由首相所提倡的“一个马来西亚诊所”的理念,就是在住宅区内建立诊所,城市与郊区收入较少的居民都前往享受医疗服务。

他表示,全国目前共增加了25间诊所,其中5间在沙巴,包括必打丹的甘榜哥刁。他说:「政府接下来将会分阶段兴建更多一个马来西亚诊所,让人民能享受有优质的服务,而医药费的成本也不会对人民造成负担。」。他说,越来越多人民使用一个马来西亚诊所服务,90巴仙的公众都对其服务水平表示满意。

他对卫生部同时也推出流动性诊所,感到高兴,如此一来,诊所的数量大有增加,乡区和内陆的人士,都可以享受到医疗服务。他说,去年全州共有11间流动性诊所,进入87个甘榜提供诊疗服务,共有14,963人使用了相关服务。

首长是今日为必打丹甘榜哥刁的“一个马来西亚”诊所主持开幕仪式时,如此表示;在场者尚有副卫生部长拿督罗斯娜、必打卡州议员拿督耶耶胡申及沙巴卫生局总监莫哈末尤索夫医生。他希望“一个马来西亚”也可提升人民对预防疾病纒身的保健意识,关注个人和家人的卫生、环境卫生及体现健康的生活习惯。他说:「有一些传染病如蚊虫病、食物中毒及霍乱病等,都是可以有效防范的。」

2011年1月20日星期四

保证笑死你!

刚刚转载了Ridhuan Tee的大作。之后看到在Malaysia-Today dUMNO 的这回信,你们自己看。

警告:笑死不关我的事!
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转载:dUMNO rebuts Ridiculous Tee

Written by dUMNO

Aiyoyo, kawan, how you know that singKapor is Jewish? You think their Tokong where you say they pray to King-Kong is actually a Synagogue izzit? Then the churches how? Behind the statues of Jesus they hide their Torahs izzit? Izzit izzit izzit izzit izzit? You cock eye wan lah !! They have more than 60% Buddhist population lah. Wa liao-leh !!! You Riddle Tee never go skool wan izzit?

Sorry ah, Uncle Lee, Granpa Lee, boy-boy Lee; our friend here Mabuk oredi ya? He's overzealous now because he just attended the Kindergarten BTN course for "less clever people". What singkapor calls Retarded Fools. My fren very very very retarded wan. He somtimes pee in his pants when he sits in your Roller Coaster also. Ya Lor, even before the Roller Coaster moves, he oredi pee pee. He got no self kontrol, no intellect, and definitely no father to teach him good neighbour manners.

What the WikiLeaks say is actually true lor. We know that you alwez looking down on us. We Paiseh to even look at you all leh. Their economy is 3 times better than ours. So, we just try to build taller and taller buildings, because we know that their land cannot build tall-tall. His job at the National Defence University of Malaysia makes him a bit cuckoo lor. Last night he was watching the latest Top Gun, and he decided to whole-night shoot aeroplane. Ya lor. Shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot until all the walls dirty oredi. *sigh*

Aiyoh Riduan !!! How can you say singkaporians are Little Jews? They look Ang Moh meh? David Copperfield is Ang Moh Hillary Clinton is Ang Moh. Aiyah Hillary Clinton is Jewish. Why you didn't make noise when she said "Malaysia is Clever". You have hard-on for her izzit? That's why you never say it ah? You forgot that Hillary is Jewish izzit? Some more you so proud when she say Malaysia is Koot example !!

And you think the SingKapore people waiting to attack us ah? For what? They only want to come here to buy cheap petrol in JB, and visit our Holiday places mah. Nah, you see ah, if you piss them off, then they dun give us back all our clever clever intellectuals then how? Malaysia fast fast Chiak Sai wan you know !! Coz now, only the dum-dum people like you and me are left here! You think if only Dungoo-fied people like you and me can run this country meh? Too Plus Too oso you say equals seven. Who going to do our accounts? You going to let your Mat Rempit friends do your accounts izzit? haizzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Anyway, of course the SingKaporians are watching us all the time. They waiting for Sale mah !! Malaysia Sale so much better than singKpor Sale !! Coz Ringgit no value mah !! I mean Low Value. So, they watch us, and then ENTER at the right time lor. Sale time is Right Time lor !! Haiya. Laidet oso you dunno wan !! You whole life buy things when it is expensive. You GONG GONG ah !!! No wonder your salary finish by the 1st week.

Nah, I tell you ah, you insulted our Sultan, and all our Ketuanan ah !! How ah? You simply say that Malaysia use STONE TOOLS to fight with singKapore people's fighter jets and Tanks ah. You faster say sorry !! Faster say sorry to Akong ! and Pemaisulee, and P Ramlee. Wait. Did I say P Ramlee ah? Ya Ya. Coz he's the ONLY Ketuanan we ever had ! And dun simply use the word Allah-ah. Allah Allah Allah !! Say some morelah, I kick your backside ah !! What other people spend on their Army, let them spend lah. Why? You jealous izzit? You forgot that no matter what we buy, it sure rosak wan ah? Submarine that cannot go down, or Aeroplane that cannot take off, You lah !!! Dunno what kind of stupid aeroplane you buy !! People lelong in Cash Converters only you sapu. As if so terrer laidet. You want plane, I take you go Toy 'R' Us buy plane lah. What color you want oso got !! Pink PLane, you want or not? Match your Barbie Dolls mah. Nice werd... Ken oso can play together. Want? Oh sorry sorry, cannot say so loud.... I give you sweet.

Some more you dare to bring up Pedra Branca ah? They PROVED that it was theirs ah !! You think take stone and throw each other can decide izzit? You children meh??? they have Proof wan ah !! If it is our courts easy lah !! We just say that the fella strangled himself lor.

And you ah, simply say that Johore will switch off people's water. You forgot ah, that if we switch it off, then then oso switch off for us ah !! Johore got no water processing plant wan ah !! singKapore process it for us wan leh !! You tutup air, means Johore drink what? Air longkang izzit? Air jamban ah? singkapore technology is so terrer that they can process and drink Jamban juice ah. Still cleaner than our over priced water !! You try lah!You drink Malaysian Jamban Juice and see how fast you die !! You ah, really really Ridiculous Tee lah ! Some more you Cheena bugger convert, dunno where your otak went to ah. Got Cheena Brain oso you dunno how to use !! What? Your brain went up your backside izzit? You kena Saifulized ah? He poke his koo-koo up your ass and hit your brain izzit?

Fast Fast shaddup and say sorry !! I dun Care !! Say "Sorry Uncle Lee, Auntie Lee, Grandpa Lee, Grandma Lee, Boy-Boy Lee Gerl-Gerl Lee.." What? Auntie Lee die oredi, why must say sorry ah? Aiyohhhhhhhhhhhhh You really Ridiculous Tee lah !! Nanti she come at night and Chop your koo-koo off ah !!! You not scared ah??

Tomorrow we go and send them Ang Pow, and wish them Happy Deepavali, and Kong Hee Fatt Choy and Happy Raya and Merry Christmas. Neighbour neighbour cannot fight wan. You never learn Semanagat Jiran Menjiran wan izzit?

So, Ok ah? singkapor, we Malaysia say sorry oredi ah, and promise not to kacau your Ketuanan anymore, ok? We will take Ridiculous Tee and give him an office on an Island the same size as Pedra Branca, and teach him a lesson, ya? We will also close down Utusan Melayu, and all of dUMNO will resign to show you we are serious OK? Can?

Kowtim

转载:Malay history: What’s missing from the textbooks — John Doe

注:供日后参考

Malay history: What’s missing from the textbooks — John Doe

Brunei has always been known to be one of the earliest Muslim Kingdoms in Southeast Asia. They pride themselves on this fact. All their neighbours pride themselves in this too, and of course, since it is fact, it is irrefutable. Right?

Good. Let’s quickly look at some facts then:

It is taught in school textbooks that Pateh Berbai, the brother of Awang Semaun and Awang Alak Betatar, discovered Brunei. Awang Alak Betatar subsequently became Brunei’s first Sultan and was known as Sultan Muhammad Shah. Awang Semaun and Awang Alak Betatar were the famous heroes in Brunei during that time.

Sultan Muhammad Shah was the first Sultan of Brunei. He ruled Brunei from 1363 to 1402. He was the first Muslim ruler of Brunei as a result of his conversion to Islam in 1363 for his marriage to a Johorean-Temasik princess. Prior to conversion to Islam, he was known as Awang Alak Betatar.

He sent a mission to China in 1371 by which his name is recorded in Ming historical record as Mo-ha-mo-sha. Sultan Muhammad Shah died in 1402. Sultan Muhammad Shah was the first Sultan of Brunei. He ruled Brunei from 1363 to 1402. He married the daughter of Iskander, a Johorean-Temasik princess introduced by Bal-Paki, her brother-in-law to be.

So far so good... oh, really?

Read the above again very carefully!! Sultan Muhammad Shah married a Johorean-Temasik princess in 1363. Now, for all those products of Biro Tata Negara (BTN) out there, what year was Malacca formed? 1403. So, there was a Johor king already in 1363? Are you going to argue with Ketuanan Brunei on this? (By the way, he’s more Melayu than YOU!) Also for those who insist that Penang be handed over to Kedah, read the following again and again…

The Johor ruler was under the Thais. The entire Peninsular belonged to the Thais! The “king” of Singapore (Temasik), whom Parameswara of the Malaccan Sultanate murdered in cold blood was in fact the brother-in-Law of the “King” of Pattani, who was under Ayodthaya rule. For those who do not know, Ayodthaya is in Thailand. And that, my friend was already well established before 1363.

Next, Kota Gelanggi was also another Thai City (yet to be publicised). And why not? Because it is a Thai Buddhist kingdom. Yes, it’s along the Johor River. All I’m allowed to say at this point is that Kota Gelanggi is REALLY along the Johor River. Expose Kota Gelanggi, and you will find its 30ft Buddha statues and its many Buddhist Temples, in all its glory.

So, for Penang to go back to Kedah, ALL of the peninsula needs to go back to the Thais. Sarawak needs to go back to Brunei, Brunei needs to go back to Majapahit, Sabah needs to go back to the Philippines, and Parameswara needs to go back to Palembang, leaving the Orang Asli in charge all over again. (I find it ludicrous that the Orang Asli are disqualified as “Bumiputera” although they have been here since 60,000 years ago)

Next, the year 1363 is of great significance. Why? That was the year that the first Sultan of Brunei converted to Islam. And he immediately became the Ruler of Brunei? What was he before that? A fisherman? A carpenter? A farmer? What was Awang Alak Betatar in 1362? And what happened the following year when he became a Sultan? Is becoming a Muslim enough to justify becoming a Sultan? Was he the first person in Brunei to convert to Islam?

Let’s scroll back time by 100 years; the year is now 1264. A full hundred years BEFORE Awang Alak Betatar converted to Islam, and declared himself a Sultan. A trip to Bandar Seri Begawan is not complete unless one visits the Muslim graves at Rangas. Chuck your “pantang” out the window if you want to enjoy this first-hand, and in real life.

Amongst these tombstones is the one of a Chinese Muslim by the name of Pu Kung Chih-mu. He was buried there in 1264. He was a Muslim, buried in a Muslim grave! This is more than a hundred years earlier, before the ascension of Awang Alak Betatar as the “first” Sultan of Brunei. Not only that, he is not the only Chinese Muslim there. I cross-checked against the Brunei Museum Journal of 1993, and found that this has been so well documented!!

In fact, this grave had already been found since 1973. Whole communities of Chinese Muslims had already been living in Kampong Batu well before the 12th Century. It is clearly recorded in the 1973 Brunei Museum Journal, and was visited by professors from Japan and China. Pictures are on page 3, 4, 6, 8 and 12. Some are even in colour.

So, here’s another nugget for BTN un-educators. The Chinese brought Islam to this region in 1264. Wait! That’s not even correct. It was even earlier, because, this Muslim Chinese died in 1264. He had lived a full life in Brunei before he died. And before anyone even thinks of contesting this, let me draw your attention to yet another well-established fact, and let’s see how early the Chinese arrived.

According to records — as in the “Notes on the Malay Archipelago and Malacca Compiled from Chinese Sources” by WP Groeneveldt in 1880 — a Chinese Islamic trader arrived in Brunei in the 10th century. His name was P’u-lu-shieh. He was both a trader and a diplomat. SQ Fatimi writing in the Sociological Research Institute in Singapore in 1963 under an article entitled “Islam Comes to Malaysia”, P’u-lu-shieh name is akin to Abu al-Layth.

The Brunei King at that time was named “Hiang-ta”. The arrival of the diplomat-trader from China was greeted with great ceremony. If this is so, Islam actually arrived in Brunei in the year of 977.

If this is the year 977, and the Sultan’s name in the year 977 is Hiang-Ta, then how can Awang Alak Betatar be the “first” Sultan of Brunei in 1363? For those with very bad logic (or timeline problems), the year 977 is 406 years older than 1363. And in the year 977, the Chinese were already sending Muslim ambassadors to Brunei. The real question should be, thus, who exactly was that “Hiang Ta” who ruled Brunei in the year 977? An Iban? A Kadazan or a Chinese?

It gets even better. The MOST interesting thing was that the Brunei king’s delegation to China to return the emperor’s greetings was also headed by another Muslim official by the name of P’u A-li (Abu Ali).

Based on this fact alone, Abu Ali must have held an important position in the Brunei government if he was tasked to be Brunei’s ambassador in those days. This is, again, irrefutable proof that there was already a government, with a King, and some members of his royal court were Muslims. Again, this is proof that Islam had already reached Brunei before the year 977. This is 75 years into the beginning of the Soong Dynasty, and only severely retarded people will say that Abu Ali was an Arab because of his name.

And by the way, Malacca was not to have been discovered for another 400 years. Is there a prawn under the stone? You can bet your bottom dollar (because the ringgit is worthless toilet paper) that whenever John Doe writes, there is.

A number of European historians claimed that Brunei was still not a Muslim nation until the 15th century. However, the Ming Shih, Book 325, a Chinese reference book noted that the King of Brunei in 1370 was Ma-ho-mo-sa. Some say that this should be read as Mahmud Shah. In fact, local Brunei historians prefer to take this to refer to Muhammad Shah, the first Sultan of Brunei.

Robert Nicholl, a former Brunei Museum curator argued in another paper entitled “Notes on Some Controversial Issues in Brunei History” in 1980 that the name Ma-ho-mo-sa could be pronounced as Maha Moksha which means “Great Eternity”. “Maha Mokhsa” would make it a Buddhist name. Nicholl goes on to argue that even the Brunei Sultan who died in Nanjing in 1408 was not a Muslim. (History books always detail that the Sultan of Brunei went to China, but few will state that he died there),

Another historian Paul Pelliot said Ma-na-jo-kia-nai-nai was reconstituted as Maharajah Gyana (nai). But the closest title would have been Maharaja Karna. However Brunei historians have insisted that the King was Sultan Abdul Majid Hassan, who would have been the second Sultan of Brunei.

Nicholl further argued that Sultan Muhammad Shah converted to Islam as late as the 16th century and not during the 14th century as is widely known. However according to Brunei historians, Sultan Muhammad Shah converted to Islam in 1363 and that he ruled until 1402. After which time, it was Sultan Abdul Majid Hassan, who died in China who ascended the throne. That was when Sultan Ahmad reigned in Brunei beginning 1406.

And why did I bring up this detail? Simple! Read the top all over again:

Sultan Muhammad Shah married a Johorean-Temasik Princess in 1363.

And that Kota Gelanggi and the entire peninsular Malaya belonged to the Thais. And if this is true and correct, then both the Sultan of Brunei and his wife, would have been Buddhists.

In fact, the entire peninsular Malaya had been Buddhist and/or Hindu ever since the second century when Lembah Bujang was built.

And since this is the year 1363, all of Brunei and Borneo was also under the rule of King Hayam Wuruk, who was King of the Majapahit empire. And what religion did they have? (I’ll give you a hint... they built the Borobudor. And for those who claim that Borobudor is a mosque in disguise, please learn to recognize temple architecture.)

Borrobudor in all its splendour.

Oh, and even more important is this:

“Sultan Abdul Majid Hassan whose proper name is Zein Ul-Abidin, frequented the near distant islands, that He called ‘Solook’ (Sulu) from 1402 to 1424. Marrying the daughter (Parmursuli) of the Sulu Tomaoi (chief) Baginda” — it means he had a Filipino wife.

Also important to note, that since this is 1363, Parameswara had not yet swum across Pirate-Bay to reach Temasik yet. Hence, the need to locate the earlier kingdoms which pre-date ‘His Royal Pendatangness’.

During the reign of Wikramawardhana, the series of Ming armada naval expeditions led by Admiral Hajji Mahmud Shams (aka Zheng He), a Muslim Chinese admiral, arrived in Java for several times, spanning the period from 1405 to 1433.

By 1430, Zheng He’s expeditions has established Muslim Chinese and Arab communities in northern ports of Java, and thus Islam began to gain foothold on Java’s northern coast. “Admiral Hajji Mahmud Shams (aka Zheng He) was so frustrated when he first arrived in Java, because he could not find a single halal restaurant there”, so wrote Mah Huan, his scribe, thus deciding to spread Islam to the “barbarians” as Chinese records would write.

Also interesting to note is the following:

“In late Yuan Dynasty, China became chaotic, people who lived along the coastal area of Fujian, under the leadership of Ong Sum Ping’s siblings, escaped to eastern Kalimantan — they landed at the river mouth. When they were exhausted, facing a shipping crisis, someone lost their arms.

After that, the Kadazans named it as Sungai Kinabatangan — the place where the Chinese lost their arms.

Ong Sum Ping and his sister, and the Chinese people developed the area of Sungai Kinabatangan, and they increased their influences there. With the increase of his prosperity, the natives named him Raja, or King. The Chinese named him as ‘Chung Ping’ - meaning the General. We can clearly see that Ong Sum Ping controlled Eastern Kalimantan. — cpiasia.net

You have gone way too far!

除了二战期间奉行纳粹法西斯主义希特勒后期的讲演,可以看见如此的疯狂主张武力,盲目的煽动仇恨,宗教狂热和优生民族论外,这是最接近的一篇。来自一位华裔回教徒,马来西亚国防大学,高级讲师。

(1)“Kita sepatutnya bertindak sezalim Kuan Yew”
如果真的是事实(就算你说的是事实),新加坡对她的马来国民“残忍”,这是允许马来西亚政府,向非马来国民回以“暴政”的依据吗?

(2)“Dalam bersedia menghadapi ancaman tersebut, negara anak didik Yahudi”

这不是盲目鼓吹仇恨犹太人的言论吗?犹太人生下来就是罪吗?这与希特勒的“日耳曼民族优越血,清洗犹太人防污染日耳曼血统论”有什么分别?谁威胁你了?就算新加坡与以色列有邦交,这是仇视邻国的凭据吗?

(3)“Saya yakin, pulau tersebut masih menjadi milik kita, jika pertahanan kita mengatasi negara Singapura”

这不是主张用武力并吞(就算你真的有这个能力),一个有独立主权,受联合国承认的国家吗?你是一个普通人,或许世界会摇头微笑;但你却顶着国防大学高级讲师,并在马来西亚最大流通量的报章发表伟论。

(4)“Keruntuhan empayar Islam Othmaniyyah sudah cukup menyayat hati kita semua. Begitu juga keadaan di Iraq, Afghanistan dan Palestin hari ini. Apakah wajar kita hanya memerhati tanpa membuat apa-apa tindakan. Ya, kita wajar membantu tetapi pada masa sama, jangan abai kepentingan kita.”

这是什么,号召圣战吗?主张马来西亚在回复回教帝国事业上,以武力付诸行动吗?

注:转载,我个人不认同作者的论调。以上疑问,纯粹作不同意作者的主张。
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转载:Bertindak sebelum terlambat — Mohd Ridhuan Tee Abdullah

20 JAN — Kenyataan bekas Perdana Menteri Singapura, Lee Kuan Yew minggu lalu, mengenai kenapa negara sekangkang kera itu memerlukan pertahanan yang begitu kuat sepatutnya menjadi iktibar kepada kita semua.

Kenyataan tersebut dikeluarkan ketika pegawai-pegawai kadet Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia ditauliahkan oleh Yang di-Pertuan Agong. Kuan Yew merujuk kepada Malaysia dan Indonesia sebagai ancaman utama kenapa negara itu perlu pertahanan yang kuat.

Dalam bersedia menghadapi ancaman tersebut, negara anak didik Yahudi ini membelanjakan RM35.5 bilion untuk pertahanan pada tahun lalu, tertinggi di Asia Tenggara dan mungkin juga di Asia. Berbanding negara sebesar kita, sejak lebih 23 tahun yang lalu, perbelanjaan pertahanan negara membabitkan RM180 bilion sahaja.

Purata perbelanjaan pertahanan setiap tahun hampir 2.5 peratus daripada KDNK negara antara 1987 hingga 2004. Bermaksud lebih lima tahun, belanja pertahanan Singapura bersamaan lebih 23 tahun belanja pertahanan kita. Lihatlah betapa jauhnya kita ketinggalan dalam aspek pertahanan negara.

Perbelanjaan pertahanan merupakan yang kedua terbesar dalam bajet negara sehinggalah krisis kewangan global melanda Malaysia pada 2008, menyebabkan ia diatasi oleh perkara lain dalam bajet 2009. Namun begitu, perbelanjaan pertahanan kita telah meningkat lebih lima kali ganda dari RM2.09 bilion pada 1987 kepada RM11.013 bilion pada 2010 (enam peratus belanjawan negara).

Jumlah ini masih kecil berbanding dengan negara jiran yang sebenarnya itulah ancaman kita. Apakah kita tidak takut dengan ancaman baru hari ini. Tidakkah terlepasnya Pulau Batu Putih menjadi pengajaran kepada kita?

Saya yakin, pulau tersebut masih menjadi milik kita, jika pertahanan kita mengatasi negara Singapura. Malangnya, kita terus bersangka baik dan memberikan “khidmat percuma” seperti isu air kepada negara “sejahat” itu. Pernahkah mereka mengenang budi?

Menurut Kuan Yew, tanpa pertahanan yang kuat, tidak akan wujud Singapura. Negara ini akan “dimakan” oleh negara-negara jirannya, dirujuk Malaysia dan Indonesia.

Dari segi perancangan strategi dan keselamatan, saya tidak nafikan jawapan tersebut. Tetapi dari sudut lain, jawapan ini amat bongkak dan sombong. Beliau tidak sedar, tanpa pertolongan Malaysia, tidak wujud Singapura. Namun, sifat ultra kiasu telah mengatasi segalanya. Negara ini telah berjaya keluar daripada kemelut ketakutan.

Hari ini, kita pula takut kepada negara sekecil itu yang begitu bergantung air kepada kita. Itupun mereka masih menang. Kita kelihatan masih kalah, walaupun harta itu kepunyaan kita.

Singapura adalah sebuah pulau Melayu yang terletak di kepulauan Melayu. Jika ditakdirkan Tunku Abdul Rahman bertindak menangkap Kuan Yew dan mengadakan perintah berkurung sebelum berpisahnya Singapura dari Malaysia pada 1965, sudah tentu pulau tersebut hari ini milik kita.

Tetapi adakah Tunku bertindak sedemikian? Walaupun pada ketika itu, kita mampu untuk bertindak, kerana kuasa polis dan tentera masih berpihak di tangan Melayu?

Saya fikir Tunku berfikir panjang sebelum bertindak. Inilah sifat dan toleransi Islam yang perlu dihargai. Saya yakin, jika tidak ada pertimbangan ini atau jika pemimpin kita ketika itu tidak Islam, mempraktikkan sistem komunis, sudah lama Kuan Yew dihumban ke dalam penjara.

Hari ini beliau berlagak sombong dengan kenyataan yang langsung tidak mengenang budi. Apakah kita masih terus mahu berlembut ibarat menarik rambut dalam tepung? Zaman berlembut sudah berakhir. Saya tidak pasti apa pandangan Tuan Guru Nik Aziz yang begitu ghairah menyambut Kuan Yew sebelum ini.

Kita sepatutnya bertindak sezalim Kuan Yew, yang menghumban golongan yang menentangnya ke dalam penjara kerana kewujudan mereka dikatakan mengganggu ketenteraman dan perancangan Singapura. Maka tidak hairanlah orang Melayu Singapura seperti Dr Lili Zubaidah yang cerdik tidak mendapat tempat di Singapura, hanya kerana tidak sekapal dengan Kuan Yew.

Jika Malaysia bertindak sedemikian kepada pembangkang hari ini, apakah perkara ini dapat diterima? Tetapi perkara sebegini adalah biasa di Singapura. Kenapa kumpulan hak asasi manusia ini tidak bangun menentang tindakan Kuan Yew?

Malah ramai ultra kiasu di negara ini yang begitu memuji Singapura. Hanya kerana mereka sekapal. Bayangkan jika kita bertindak seperti mana Singapura bertindak, akan hebohlah satu dunia bahawa Malaysia mengamalkan sistem regim komunis dan mengabaikan hak asasi manusia.

Kuan Yew bertindak mematikan orang yang diistilahkan “tidak berguna” (duds) walaupun mereka dipilih oleh rakyat. Golongan ini, pada beliau tidak perlu berada dalam Parlimen dan kerajaan. Tindakan Kuan Yew langsung tidak dipertikaikan oleh ultra kiasu di Malaysia.

Kuan Yew begitu disanjung dan mendapat pujian ultra kiasu saban hari kerana dikatakan berjaya memajukan Singapura. Mereka sanggup lupakan “kekejaman” beliau hanya kerana sekapal. Justeru, kita perlu berhati-hati dengan kelicikan golongan ini sebelum terlambat.

Terlalu bertoleransi juga tidak sepatutnya berlaku. Dengan sebab itu, dalam pemerintahan Islam, ada unsur demokrasi dan ada unsur autokrasi. Jika tindakan seseorang boleh menjahanamkan agama dan negara, maka tindakan nekad perlu dilakukan untuk menjaga kepentingan awam.

Saya fikir sudah sampai masanya negara kita mengambil pendekatan berhati-hati sebelum terlambat. Memang kita memerlukan Singapura. Johor Bahru akan bankrap tanpa Singapura.

Tetapi kita perlu fikirkan pelan jangka panjang supaya tidak terlalu bergantung kepada Singapura, walaupun tidak dinafikan pulau itu juga terlalu bergantung kepada kita. Kita mesti ingat, bahawa pulau itu mendapat sokongan Yahudi, sedangkan kita tidak.

Jika ditakdirkan kita putuskan Tambak Johor, negara kecil itu masih lagi boleh survive sebab sekutu mereka masih ramai yang akan membantu. Negara kita bagaimana?

Justeru, projek Koridor Iskandar hendaklah dirancang dengan betul supaya jangan terlalu berharap kepada Singapura. Jangan biarkan mereka membeli tanah dan harta negara kita sewenang-wenangnya. Saya amat bimbang Johor akan menjadi Singapura kedua kerana pimpinan mereka amat licik. Lihat sahaja apa yang berlaku di Pulau Pinang.

Saya masih teringat kata-kata isteri Kuan Yew, mendiang Kwa sebelum meninggal baru-baru ini. Pesannya kepada Kuan Yew supaya jangan mempercayai orang Melayu dan Malaysia. Dalam kata lain, sampai mati pun, mereka masih tidak mempercayai kita. Apakah kita masih terus mahu bersangka baik?

Masa bersangka baik dan bermain dengan mereka sudah habis. Kini adalah masa untuk kita bekerja untuk berhadapan dengan mereka. Jika mereka boleh menyediakan RM35.5 bilion untuk pertahanan negara sekecil itu, sudah tentu kita perlu berbelanja lebih daripada itu. Jika tidak, kita akan “dimakan” satu masa nanti, percayalah.

Saya pernah membuat kajian mengenai republik itu ketika membuat program ijazah sarjana pengajian strategi dan keselamatan. Ternyata memang sukar untuk kita menyainginya. Ketua Pengarang Kumpulan akhbar ini, Datuk Aziz Ishak pasti bersetuju dengan saya sebab kami mengambil kursus yang sama.

Justeru, Perdana Menteri, Menteri Pertahanan, pakar strategi dan semua panglima angkatan tentera, sepatutnya memikirkan dan bertindak untuk merangka strategi, apakah langkah terbaik yang perlu dilakukan untuk berhadapan dengan Yahudi kecil ini sebelum nasi menjadi bubur?

Kita perlu ingat, pemimpin Pulau Pinang difahamkan selalu ke sana untuk mencari idea. Apakah mungkin nanti akan wujud Singapura kedua, ketiga dan sebagainya?

Bertindaklah sebelum terlambat kerana masa tidak menunggu kita. Jangan terlalu banyak berpolitik, sehingga wang habis, akhirnya bidang pertahanan terabai. Musuh sedang melihat kita. Mereka sedang menunggu peluang untuk “masuk” pada ketika waktu yang sesuai.

Ketika itu, jika mahu berjihad sudah terlambat. Apakah mungkin senjata batu boleh berhadapan dengan jet-jet pejuang dan kereta kebal seperti yang berlaku di Palestin? Sedangkan Allah SWT mahukan kita mengambil iktibar daripada kejadian lampau yang ditunjukkan.

Keruntuhan empayar Islam Othmaniyyah sudah cukup menyayat hati kita semua. Begitu juga keadaan di Iraq, Afghanistan dan Palestin hari ini. Apakah wajar kita hanya memerhati tanpa membuat apa-apa tindakan. Ya, kita wajar membantu tetapi pada masa sama, jangan abai kepentingan kita.

Perbelanjaan yang kurang memberikan impak kepada keselamatan hendaklah dikurangkan seperti perkara yang bersifat ceremonial ,supaya kita dapat berjimat dan wang tersebut boleh disalurkan untuk pertahanan.

Jika tidak, saya bimbang, bila sampai masanya Allah SWT tarik semua nikmat yang dianugerahkan kepada kita seperti minyak dan gas. Kita akan menyesal seumur hidup. Hari ini seolah-olah kita terlalu bergantung kepada hasil minyak, sedangkan negara kita masih kaya dengan hasil lain.

Saya ingin cadangkan supaya kita ambil semua hasil keuntungan minyak ini setiap tahun untuk membangunkan pertahanan. Jika keuntungan Petronas lebih kurang RM50 bilion digunakan untuk pertahanan, saya yakin dalam jangka masa lima tahun, Malaysia muncul menjadi negara hebat di Asia dan mungkin di dunia.

Apapun, kita tidak boleh terlalu bergantung kepada minyak dan gas sebagai sumber pendapatan utama negara. Sampai masanya minyak dan gas akan habis. Apakah ketika itu negara kita akan menjadi papa kedana?

Jadi, fikirkan sumber lain untuk menjana pendapatan negara kerana sumber minyak pasti akan habis. Sementara minyak masih ada, tumpukan usaha membangunkan pertahanan negara. Sebagai persiapan awal, kurangkan berbelanja ketika pilihan raya kecil DUN Tenang. Fikirkan masa depan negara. Kita tidak perlu mengeluarkan perbelanjaan yang begitu besar untuk pilihan raya sekecil ini. — Utusan Malaysia

* Dr Mohd Ridhuan Tee Abdullah, ialah Pensyarah Kanan, Kumpulan Penyelidik Politik dan Peradaban Islam, Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia.

* This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication. The Malaysian Insider does not endorse the view unless specified.

2011年1月19日星期三

Ok哇!

他说:“丁能补选比赵明福案来得重大”!
坐在台上的领袖,像吃了点头丸,头点得快要脱下来了!

“是。。。对。。。OK, OK,OK!以后才谈,你先给我你的选票咯!国阵赢了继续做政府才关我们事吧;输了做不了政府,我们想管也没有份啦,是吗?!相反的,要是在这样的背景下,国阵也能得到委托,证明人民比较关心国阵式的发展,这赵明福的死,哎哟,就算冤案也没有办法咯!”---他心里如是说。

蒙古女郎炸尸案,
没关系,没关系!不是我的女儿!
以后叫自己的女儿不要结交政治人物就好咯!

赵明福肯定不是自杀案,
不要紧,不要紧!不是我的儿子!
以后叫自己的儿子不可从政,不要说和写,不要批评政府,静静,逆来顺受就好咯!

孩子无辜被执法人员枪杀,被警察殴打抢劫,在扣留时“自己突然死了”,
被马打捉,可能不是什么好人来的,是不是哦?
少点出街应该OK的!
不出街,那神出鬼没的巴冷刀,怎样也不会藏到自己的车的!

立法靠党派,乱乱来又怎样?
司法靠关系,随随便又如何?
执法靠人脉,包搞掂又奈何?
法官,警察,反贪,公务员听执政政府的,不对咩?
不关我们事的啦!

贪污,大有大贪,小有小吃,
几十亿也好,路边kopi-O又好,
工程一手包又好,便宜东西,买到贵贵又好,
阿公的地,阿公的木材,分自己人,
哎呀,是这样的咯!不关自己的事,别理啦!

学校?
什么25%小学生的华小,只有不到1%的发展拨款,
哎呀,人家讲有华小读就算好的咯!

来,来,来,
Sa-Tu--, Malaysia!
Sa-Tu--, Malaysia!
Sa-Tu--, Malaysia!

那,那,那!是不是?
又有得吃,又有新春红包,又有得穿少少,跳到火辣辣艳舞的女生看,又抽奖抽车抽雪柜!
很好嘛!OK 哇!
不要什么都拉到政治去!
吃饭最重要,天下太平,搞好经济,大叫赚大钱最实际!

哦,
躺在那的是赵家的就好,
不是自己的就没关系是吗?
针还没有刺到,没有痛是吗?
恭喜,恭喜!
希望永远不会轮到你!

来,来,来,
霸-理-殇,哪-申-呢?!
霸-理-殇,哪-申-呢?!
霸-理-殇,哪-申-呢?!

2011年1月18日星期二

马华民政,别再耍嘴皮了!

巫统和他的喉舌,一边对马来人,动之以情,煽动的说:行动党是反回教的!民联里因为有行动党,所以,人民公正党和回教党,是个向华人低头的傀儡政府!因为有行动党,回教党要建立回教国的立场是不可能实现的!回教党应该和巫统谈合作!

巫统和他的附庸党,国阵所有非巫统成员党,另一边厢又对华人和非回教徒说:你们看,民联里头有回教党,行动党和人民公正党是违背良心,为了权势,出卖非回教徒的权益,意图成立回教国!民联是同床异梦,内讧,没有共识的!

好了,2个问题:

(1) 巫统/国阵,你是要成立回教国,还是不要成立回教国?不要?请你大大声告诉马来选民!

(2) 巫统,你要是要成立回教国,请你大大声的告诉大家。哦,已经说了?首相说的:不必再讨论这个课题,马来西亚已经是个回教国,不必再讨论!马华,民政,国大党,团结党和所有国阵的非巫统成员党,请问你们有什么话要说吗?

再问2个问题:

(1)民联里或许对各种事情有不同的意见和立场,难道在国阵不是这样吗?

(2)有不同的立场和意见,就要坐下来圆桌讨论,难道在国阵不是这样的吗?

哦,对不起,在国阵政府,一切国家大事,是在巫统党最高理事会决策的。
一切的意见,以巫统党意见为国阵的立场;大家一切行动言行,又以国阵立场为准。
也就是说,巫统说了算!所以,国阵是没有不同立场和意见的!
国阵里是没有异议的,所以国阵那里需要什么圆桌讨论呢?从来没有圆桌会议!
老蔡说:UMNO-MCA是主仆关系哇!

面对越来越高比例的回教徒人口,应不应该,要不要回教国,什么程度的回教化,的确是马来西亚需要处理的问题。国阵却是,一边对马来人刻画行动党的反回教化,一边又对非马来人刻画回教党,回教国,阿拉伯化的恐惧;嘲讽别人没有一致的立场,捞取支持时,我建议你看看自己是不是在沉沦在流沙泥沼中央?别人已经在岸边了!

至少,回教党长老聂老,敢谴责巫统的贪婪和虚伪,叫贪污的去地狱!在禁止回教徒在卖酒夜店工作议题上,他说:“个人同意禁止回教徒在卖酒地点上班;但希望召集跨宗教的讨论,不希望制造只有回教,是禁酒禁赌禁不道德的性的错误印象”。是的,什么宗教鼓励喝酒赌博和滥交了?这样的人物,不比巫统马华民政的假卫道,中庸诚恳多吗?

至少,别人面对不同意见时,可以开诚布公的圆桌讨论,说道理是允许的;在国阵有吗?巫统小小一个头目会,可以不客气的,手指指在你的总会长的鼻子,对你吆喝:你闭嘴!

2011年1月17日星期一

“好脸”的民族

如有雷同,纯属巧合,纯属不幸!

某人得个什么皇帝的册封,相关的人,就会在报章大肆庆贺,像古代大排筵席100天那样的气派,连续一两个月,连续恭贺;这,是马来西亚社会独特的情景。偏偏马来西亚有十来个皇帝,每年每个皇帝又动辄2000人有功人士受封;这样的贺词广告在华人社会,就特别的显著。

不单这样,得个什么官职,得个什么学位,明明捐个有名无实的荣誉官来做,也贺个不停。被贺的有面子,登广告的,也不晓得是要恭贺,还是要宣扬自己的人脉广,炫耀自己交情多广,总之,就是大家就是体体面面,互惠互利呗!

问题是,这样的册封,这样的歌颂,有没有言过其实?有没有用太低的标准来衡量?有没有用不对等的荣耀和奖励,来肯定这些人的表现?

有人在本地一家什么烂死学院,得个什么烂死设计课程文凭,竟然也有父母和家人长辈,在报章登个全版彩色广告,恭贺他什么才高八斗啦,博学多才啦!好,你说做父母的,谁不爱护自己的孩子的?是出于爱护吗?作为一种鼓励和建立信心,又或者是创业前的一种广告,可以吗?

走到大庭广众的公共平台,来做私人明显偏颇呵护为出发点的行为,我保留自己的意见。

好了,个别人物的行为不说,我们说说国家好吧!

异曲同工,同样的道理。我们家平凡的孩子们,一天没有脚软,小小的一点成绩,还没有时间证明是不是真正的实力,还不要说是不是侥幸,胜了一场足球赛,是什么什么杯。Sorry,是我孤陋寡闻,之前听都没有听过。哗,得了一个什么东南亚第一,变成是什么国家大事,奖赏多少?马币6万5千什么的。这还不要紧,还要举国放假一天!

如果这样,足球得全亚洲第一,不是要放2天假咯?
得奥林匹克足球金牌,要全国放3天假吗?
世界杯,进决赛,要不要放1个星期?
如果(在梦里),得到世界杯冠军,是不是全国放假1个月?
如果,如果!体操冠军又2天假期,高尔夫冠军又2天,藤球又2天。。。。。。

一天的全国特别假期的代价是什么?保守估计,是过几亿的损失!

你看到吗?败家子的存在,说不定,就是因为有制造败家子的父母。
烂瘫的伙计,是因为有烂瘫老板!

一个国家,用那么低的标准,来衡量;用过高的规格,来歌颂一个不值的成就!这是赏罚不明的证明。赏罚扭曲,过轻过重,含糊不清,因人而异,因政治色彩而异!偏偏又是个特别爱面子,天天讲奖赏,册封的国家。

轻,则笑死外国人,
重,则是可以亡国的。

2011年1月14日星期五

Shame on you, 马华!

看了马华的辩称,“马青可以与土权并肩示威,前提是双方立场相近”,
我惊讶的问自己,是我狭隘和偏见吗?还是你的无知?抑或是你把我当成无知?
 
你说:一个人曾经不好,不代表我们永远不能与这个人坐在一块。
我问:土权“曾经不好”,他什么时候已经放弃了他的“不好”,变“好”了?
我问:他虽然是“曾经不好”,现在“还没好”,以后还是一样“不会好”;但只要有对马华“好”的东西,管他什么“好和不好”,是可以谈合作的?
我问:对马华“好”的,就是人民“好”的东西?人民的“好”,还是马华的“好”比较重要?

你说:州议会上的表决(支持修宪与否),必须遵循国阵的集体立场,并确保我们的决定,与中央政府的政策一致,对所有人都公平。
我问:哦!这个话题你就不要考虑一下“你和人民还是国阵的立场,那个比较近”吗?而是直接看指示吗?国阵的“好”,就是人民的“好”,对所有人“好”?国阵的“好”,为什么驾凌马华的“好”,人民的“好”却是摆在最后?

(1)人民委托你,付托你谋求“好”,你不该对人民负责吗?为什么你却对巫统负责,听取指示?哦,对不起,你是被巫统委任的吧!那当然,对主子(巫统和马华是主仆关系是蔡先生说的)负责,是天经地义的咯!

(2)什么“好与不好”都是废话,什么“相近立场”也是废话,一切以你的好处为出发点;说到后来,就是赤裸裸的“自私自利”

蔡生的口吻:不要假假,自己讲,自己爽!“道不同不相为谋”是废话!

道不同,
不要紧。
有好处;
去同谋,
又何妨?

2011年1月13日星期四

对话

你说:政治是现实的,在一旁评论,说得倒容易正义凛然,你要真的参与,你就知道其中的身不由己,向现实低头。这里面本来就是血淋淋的你死我活,错综复杂的计算和关系。政治本来就没有清清白白的。政治就是在灰色地带一种平衡。
我说:政治是一种手段来达到目的,它的目的格局,可以很狭隘,可以很广阔。连最贫穷原始的群体也有政治,但,不是所有的政治,有一样的胸怀,有一样的高度和宽度的远见,有一样的宽容度。

你问:我要得天下,你可以助我一臂之力吗?
我问:你要得天下来干什么?

你说:得到平台出线,竞选,不计手段得到委托,得到权势掌握资源,是第一步。
我问:然后呢?

你说:主动权在握,总比时时处在被动好。一路走下去,利己利人。到时看需要做什么,就可以做。
我问:所以“得天下”本身就是目的? “得天下”是一种生存形态?“得天下”只是修身齐家的延伸?那治国和平天下该如何实现?治国和平天下的人,需要有明确的黑白观,明辨对错,坚守原则的气魄吗?

你问:参政,不做政府来干什么?
我说:志不同,道不合,不相为谋。

请你认真的想想吧!

不满和愤慨,大家喃喃不休的写了几年,好了,结论是什么?

(1)还没有注册为选民的,要马上行动,履行责任,确保自己的一票被计算在内。

(2)是不是要改变?变得更好?做为选民的就自己决定吧!

看到这篇转载给蔡细历的公开信,觉得这是适合给所有国阵议员的。我个人的所在地,沙巴的情况,是绝对合适的。

给百林,马西姆翁基利,Bernard Dompok, 于墨斋,杨爱华,刘伟强,张志刚,陈树杰,区锦华,等等等。各位尊贵的,就请您就自己的处境,想想吧!我以最真诚的,请求您。

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转载:Open Letter to Chua Soi Lek

By Kee Thuan Chye

Wednesday, 12 January 2011
Malaysiandigest.com

Dear Soi Lek,

You are a highly educated person and one with the ability to think. As such, you are probably aware that the welfare of this nation rests on more than just the MCA winning its share of seats at the next general election and remaining in the coalition that holds the power to decide the fate of Malaysia.

You are probably aware that the way forward for Malaysia is renouncing the way of the Barisan Nasional, led by Umno, falling back on an outdated decades-old formula. And that if you and the MCA continue to collude with the other parties in BN to retain power, you are subscribing to practices that could lead the nation to racial rifts and economic ruin.

Would you not agree with me that at this point in our history, as we stand at this crucial crossroads deciding which is the best path to take, national politics should no longer be race-based?

If you do agree, what then is the rationale for the MCA to continue to exist as an ethnocentric party? What is the rationale for you and your party members to stick with Umno which avowedly fights for the Malays and the MIC which avowedly fights for the Indians?

How long more do you see this ethnocentric equation taking hold of the lives of Malaysians, causing strife from time to time when disputes arise over who should get what and how much? We’ve had 53 years of that; isn’t it enough?

Which is more important for you and your MCA colleagues: To stay on in BN in order to reap the rewards of being in government positions, or to do something that will ensure the honour and integrity of your party and of yourselves? I cannot tell you what that thing is which you could do to gain rectitude. You have to find it yourself.

But as you search for an answer, perhaps you would like to reflect on how strong the MCA’s position really is within the BN coalition for the party to achieve its aims. Are you, for instance, contributing to inter-racial understanding and harmony? How could that be when you have to speak up against any threat to the position of the Chinese? How could that be when Umno must speak up against any perceived threat against the Malays?

It’s a game full of contradictions, isn’t it? You can’t have one and the other, can you? In fact, your attempts over the past several months to speak up for the Chinese – indeed, for the country as a whole – clearly illustrate this.

Last August, after the Malaysian Chinese Economic Congress, when you called on the Government to gradually remove the 30 per cent Bumiputra equity in all sectors of the economy, you were immediately jumped upon by Umno deputy president Muhyiddin Yassin. He even warned you about May 13.

A few days later, in your interview with a Malay-language newspaper, you had to soften what you had said, clearly showing your vulnerability.

Even Umno vice-president Hishammuddin Hussein told you to “stick to the struggles of BN”. What are they? Do you know?

You were even a target of criticism at the Umno general assembly last October. A delegate slammed you for saying that the social contract should not be discussed openly.

Then at the BN convention last month, you called for a ban on the use of the term “Ketuanan Melayu”, and you told Umno it should not approve government policies during its supreme council meetings. But straight away, Hishammuddin said you had upset many BN leaders, including those in the MCA.

This boggles the mind. What you said was absolutely right – how could Umno take it upon itself to decide on government policies when it is only one of the component parties of BN? Does the MCA have no say? So how could MCA leaders be upset by what you said? Have they become Umnofied themselves? Have they become slaves of their masters? Or, as former Perak menteri besar Nizar Jamaluddin said, “running dogs”?

If so, what dignity is left in them? And in you, if you continue to serve the MCA within the BN fold?

Isn’t it obvious, too, that what you say doesn’t count for “doodley-squat”, as the American novelist Kurt Vonnegut would call it?

To be brutally honest, what good is your speaking up when you are still within the same cabal and your partners not only disagree with you, they don’t respect what you say?

As you have probably been informed, people outside don’t give much credence to your speaking up, anyway. They think it’s just a sandiwara act to merely give the impression that you are standing up for what is right. But it’s just an act.

I admit that going by the issues you have been bringing up recently, you are highlighting the fact that things are not being done right, and that your political partners should be held accountable. I might even hazard that you are at least concerned. What I fail to see, though, is your commitment.

For instance, at the MCA general assembly last October, Umno president Najib Razak told your party right within your own premises to be less communal and less demanding. Did you have an answer to that? Did you tell him in return to ensure that Umno would be less communal too? Did you tell him that the MCA was not being more demanding, that it was merely asking for what is guaranteed all Malaysians?

You see, I believe you know what is right for the country, but you are not willing to go all the way to ensuring that what is right prevails. If you were, you would not continue with the current regime. You would press for reform.

Surely, you would not disagree with me if I said the judiciary needs to be independent, that it needs to regain the trust of the people? The same with the police, the mainstream media and the civil service?

Surely, you would not disagree with me if I said our education system needs to be totally revamped to institute quality and regard for merit?

Surely, you would not disagree with me if I said that the way we award government projects needs to be transparent to eliminate cronyism? Or is that too tough a call after your appointment as Penang Port Commission chairman, a move that raised many eyebrows?

Above all, surely you would not disagree with me if I said we need a government that is clean; tells the truth; follows the rule of law; uses public funds for the people’s sake rather than for its own; and upholds the country’s institutions rather than abuses them for its own advantage?

Do we have such a government today?

If we did, you would not have said what you said last Dec 5 – when you called for each BN component party to have an equal voice and to share power “genuinely”; when you said BN had to change to be inclusive, multi-racial and to put the people first.

I know how to read between the lines, Soi Lek, and what you said that time said a lot about the coalition your party is part of.

Do you think it is capable of responding to your calls for change? Right now, looking just at the Cabinet line-up, we can see what a far cry it is from the days of Tunku Abdul Rahman. Will we ever see an inclusive government that has non-Malay ministers for the portfolios of Finance, Trade and Industry, or Defence? That no longer looks at skin color but at ability, integrity and character?

I think you might better serve the people by taking the first step that leads away from race-based politics. If you choose to do that, you will be blazing a trail. And that could bring honor not only to you but your party as well. Unless, of course, you’re a politician first and a public servant last. Then all I’ve been saying here would be worth doodley-squat.

Sincerely,

Chye

2011年1月12日星期三

生命的“不可储值性”

在大部分的宗教里头,勤奋的祈祷和宗教功课,行神的话,千万遍的诵经,善业可以累积功德,胜造万级浮屠,赢得上苍的青睐。知识啦,读书啦,财富啦,人脉啦,朋友啦,养生啦,进补啦,大概是遵照着这样的模式进行。许多人的认知里头,很多的事情是“可储值性”的。“储值”来抵消一些情况下的“消费”。

所以人的一生,到了盖棺定论时,评价,像是帐务里的收支平衡表(balance sheet)?一切一切的经历是非功过,可以赋予“加”和“负”数,总合,得到一个正或负数的结论?

纵使过去20来年的驾驶,没有半点的差错,没有一张触犯交通的罚单。今天,就在这一刻的驾驶,纵使走了数百公里路途,还有数公里就到达家中;就这剩下数公里的交通安全,是与20年来好表现,过去数百公里的安全,是完全独立的,是不可储值的。不会因为你储值了20年的奉公守法,良好表现,而这几分钟的安全,有多一分的储备生命,生命是可以在瞬间的意外结束。这就是生命的“不可储值性”。

面对不可储值性的,生命,安全,岁月,情感 --------- 自己的,他的,他们的;你的亲人朋友,你身边的人,你在乎的人;除了珍惜,步步为营,用心,及时,还有什么方法吗?

近来常开远途车,突然闪过的一个想法。

唉,要过年啦!希望大家张罗一下,有个与家人亲友团聚的好时光。

2011年1月5日星期三

如果这不叫狭隘,疯狂,煽动,排华,极端法西斯主义,叫什么?

这样的言论出自,一味要营造开明中庸,不因肤色信仰公平对待国民的首相的政党,当然就是巫统专属的喉舌,马来前锋报。

在面临权势崩溃边缘,这群马来文人,疯狂的种族煽动,超越国家的界限,鼓吹极端的马来法西斯主义的言论,难道不叫你惊叹?

你还对这个政党有什么期盼?

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转载:Utusan calls for Malays to defend Selangor in Khusrin row
(Report of: The Malaysian Insider)
(Origin : Utusan Malaysia)

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 5 — Utusan Malaysia today raised fears of Selangor joining Singapore as another “country belonging to China outside mainland China” over the ‘state secretary’ tussle between the state and Putrajaya.

Assistant editor-in-chief Zaini Hassan’s column called on Malays to “have the same zeal as China, India and Israel” to “defend their sovereignty in governing the country” after seeing Pakatan Rakyat (PR) reject the choice of the federally-controlled Public Services Department (PSD), Datuk Mohamed Khusrin Munawi, as the new state secretary.

“Do we Malays (already so few in the world) want to allow another country belonging to China or India outside their own lands? It should be enough with Singapore (a country belonging to China outside mainland China). Do we also want to give away this homeland?” he wrote, referring to Selangor.

Zaini cited the Hans in China and the Hindus in India who enjoyed supremacy in their countries as they formed the majority population.

“The People’s Republic of China will defend the Hans, who form 92 per cent of the population, to the very end. For example, any autonomous territory that tries to revolt will be crushed immediately.

“India’s Hindu government... will defend the rights of Hindus more than Muslims,” he added.

Zaini stressed that he was not being racist in raising this concern as it was a fact that other large nations did the same.

“My views are logical and valid. I am not trying to divert the issue concerning the state secretary but in the context of Selangor and its government, there is a connection and relevance,” he insisted.

The country’s richest state has been in turmoil for the past week since the Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan named former director of the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) Mohd Khusrin to the post to replace outgoing State Secretary Datuk Ramli Mahmud, whose last day of office was on Friday.

The PR state government are known to be at odds with Mohd Khusrin in the past and Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim has insisted that he has the right to decide on the appointment.

He has announced that the state assembly will sit by the end of the month to amend the state constitution to remove the power of appointment of the state secretary from the federal government despite his coalition not currently holding the necessary two thirds majority of the assembly.

2011年1月3日星期一

自欺欺人的白痴议员!

当你,面不改容的说一大堆宏观的废话,
埋没自己的良知,试图说服别人时,你为什么不敢正视?

为什么华小占全国总小学生21%人数,却只能得到小学总拨款不足1%的资源?
再说,这21%的华小学子里头,就有75000名非华裔生!

这点,至少自民党在沙巴的报章上打抱不平,
希望这样的声音不是说来听听而已,而是把问题带到国会,看看国阵政府的立场是怎样的?

马华和民政啊!你是不明白,需要人民告诉你,究竟有什么不妥吗?
还要惺惺作态到什么时候?什么时候才是你忍耐的极限?
或许你们根本就不在乎,因为你们的孩子都在国外对吧?
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当你扭扭捏捏的,为这样背景下,华小拨款不足而衍生出的,校舍硬体和维修上的尴尬;
虚伪的,利用人民纳税钱,包装成国阵议员每年100万的议员拨款,花一点点来维修;

常常在报章大作文章“某某部长议员拨款某某华小”!
意图制造出钱出力的大善人的假象。

这样的比喻吧!

你那与前妻生的女儿,被你当家作主的恶妻亏待,甚至是任由人凌辱虐待,
你却只敢拿着糖果,在记者面前拍照,表示有为她力争?

白痴议员,你真的很叫人作呕!以你为耻!Shame on you!