Khamis, 28 Mac 2013




Posted: 28 Mar 2013 03:52 AM PDT



Posted: 27 Mar 2013 08:28 PM PDT

The Spirit of Lubok Kawah/Semangat Lubok Kawah

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 11:40 PM PDT

The Spirit of Lubok Kawah/Semangat Lubok Kawah

Pahang Selamat, Rakyat Nikmat: PRU 13: PR Pahangakan buat kejutan

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 05:43 PM PDT

R Sivarasa - Ahli Parlimen Subang

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 11:05 PM PDT

R Sivarasa - Ahli Parlimen Subang

Hentikan gangguan polis

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 01:46 AM PDT

Soal siasat Sivarasa: Polis didesak henti ganggu pemimpin Pakatan -

Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 07:20 PM PDT

Anwar Ibrahim

Bekas Timbalan Panglima Tentera Darat saman Utusan RM20 juta

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 09:10 AM PDT

The Malaysian Insider

Leftenan Jeneral (B) Datuk Abdul Ghafir Abdul Hamid telah mengambil tindakan undang-undang ke atas Utusan Melayu (Malaysia) Berhad dengan menyaman sejumlah RM20 juta kerana memburukkan reputasi dan nama baik beliau kepada umum.

Dalam satu kenyataan media hari ini, peguam pemohon Samarudin Md Rejab berkata kes tersebut telah difailkan semalam dan menamakan Datuk Abdul Aziz Bin Ishak dan Raja Shahrir Abu Bakar sebagai pihak defendan.

"Dalam artikel Utusan Online bertarikh 13 Mac, 2013, secara palsu dan berniat jahat, telah menyiarkan satu artikel dalam talian menuduh anak guam kami sebagai ‘telah memperleceh’ Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) dan Angkatan Tentera Malaysia (ATM) dalam mengendalikan insiden pencerobohan pengganas dari Sulu," kata Samarudin dalam satu kenyataan.

Menurut Samaruddin lagi, artikel tersebut juga menuduh Abdul Ghafir telah mengatakan PDRM dan ATM menangani pengganas dari Sulu itu sehinggakan kini hanya "duduk di bawah rumah orang dan di reban ayam".

Disamping itu, Samarudin berkata tuduhan tersebut sengaja direka memandangkan Abdul Ghafir adalah bekas Timbalan Panglima Tentera Darat Malaysia dan bertujuan untuk mewujudkan kebencian kepada PKR dan Pakatan Rakyat.

"Dakwaan di atas adalah benar-benar palsu, berniat jahat dan fitnah kepada Datuk Ghafir.

"Dalam hal ini, kita semua sedar bahawa Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 bakal menjelang dan Datuk Ghafir adalah salah satu daripada bekas pegawai tertinggi yang menyokong Parti Keadilan Rakyat serta Pakatan Rakyat," tambah Samaruddin lagi.

Dalam tuntutan yang dihantar semalam, Abdul Ghafir telah meminta Utusan Melayu (Malaysia) Berhad, Datuk Abdul Aziz Bin Ishak dan Raja Shahrir Abu Bakar memohon maaf serta menarik menarik balik artikel tersebut dan berjanji tidak akan mengeluarkan sebarang artikel yang sama bertujuan memburukkan nama beliau.

Berita tentang kenyataan oleh Abdul Ghafir telah dilaporkan oleh Utusan ketika berucap dalam Forum anjuran Akademi Pak Sako bertajuk Solidariti Lahad Datu di Dewan Perhimpunan Cina Kuala Lumpur Selangor di Jalan Maharajalela di sini.

Turut menjadi panel pada forum itu ialah Ahli Parlimen Tuaran, Datuk Seri Wilfred Bumburing dan Editor Malaysiakini, Fathi Aris Omar.

Siri Jelajah Merdeka Rakyat Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim Ke Parlimen Batu (WP) & Gombak (Selangor)

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 09:30 PM PDT

29 Mac 2013 (Jumaat)

1) 8.30–12.00 mlm – Ceramah Perdana Demi Rakyat
Lokasi: Bandar Baru Sentul, (Dekat St. LRT Sentul Timur)

i. YB Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
ii. YBhg Mat Sabu
iii. YB Tien Chua
iv. Jeneral (B) Tan Sri Md Hashim Hussein
v. Lt. Jeneral (B) Dato' Abdul Ghafir Abdul Hamid

2) 8.30-12.00 mlm – Ceramah Perdana Merdeka Rakyat
Lokasi: Tapak Gerai MPS, Wira Damai, (St. Bas RAPID)

i. YB Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim
ii. YB Azmin Ali
iii. YBhg Dato' Mustafa Ali
iv. YB Amirudin Shari
v. Ustaz Salehuddin Nasir

[VIDEO] (Q&A) Anwar Ibrahim: What Mahathir & Najib Have Not Done?

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 09:29 PM PDT

[VIDEO] (Q&A) Anwar Ibrahim: Democratization Of Access To Quality Education

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 09:28 PM PDT

[VIDEO] (Q&A) Anwar Ibrahim: The Classic State Craft Of An Authoritarian Regime Is Media Control

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 09:26 PM PDT

[VIDEO] Pakatan Rakyat’s Chances In Sabah & Sarawak In GE13

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 09:25 PM PDT

[PHOTO] Banner Pakatan Harapan Rakyat

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 09:21 PM PDT

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New Radio Show in Malaysia Disrupted

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 09:07 PM PDT

Wall Street Journal

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia—The founder of a new radio program aimed at airing voices challenging Malaysia’s ruling party blamed a cyberattack for disrupting her debut show.

The two-hour program, called Radio Free Malaysia, aired Monday on traditional radio airwaves and through Internet audio streaming. But the first hour of the Internet streaming audio couldn’t be heard because of a “denial-of-service” attack, in which an overwhelming number of communication requests forced the site to be shut down, said founder Clare Rewcastle Brown, a former BBC journalist. The radio distribution of the program went smoothly.

“These were well-coordinated attacks aimed at silencing us,” said Ms. Brown, who is based in London.

She accused supporters of Malaysia’s ruling coalition—the National Front—of being behind the disruption of her program.

She hosts a blog—the Sarawak Report—in Malaysia as well. It faced a similar cyberattack last week, she said. She believes that attack was sparked by National Front supporters upset by a antigovernment video posted elsewhere.

She said she hasn’t sought investigations into the incidents. The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, which regulates local media, declined to comment.

Ms. Brown launched her daily Radio Free Malaysia in the run-up to Malaysia’s general election, which must held by the end of June and is expected to be the most competitive in its history. James Chin, a fellow at Singapore’s Institute of Southeast Asian Studies doubts Radio Free Malaysia will affect the race. “A lot will depend on how many will actually tune in,” he said.

The National Front coalition, which has been in power since Malaysia gained independence from Britain in 1957, is frequently accused of heavy-handedness in its dealing with the few independent newspapers and TV stations in the Southeast Asian country.

Government-run or backed media outlets pump out the government’s positions while targeting opposition politicians, leaving little room for voices of dissent, critics say. Malaysia was ranked the 145th worst country on press freedom of 179 countries studied by Reporters Without Borders.

“There is a crisis of confidence definitely with print and certainly with TV,” said Masjaliza Hamzah, chief executive at the Center for Independent Journalism, a media advocacy group based in Kuala Lumpur.

Ms. Brown’s first show featured Malaysia’s opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim and Pan-Malaysian Islamist party’s leader Dzulkefly Ahmad.

“We will also be knocking on the doors of the National Front politicians to have them on the program,” Ms. Brown said.

Ms. Brown—who is married to Andrew Brown, the younger brother of former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown—said her London base will keep her beyond the reach of Malaysian broadcast rules, which in turn will help her in getting out the views of opposing politicians and others.

Under current regulation, local radio channels are required to inform the information and broadcasting regulator of interviews in advance. Often the regulator bars broadcasting such interviews with political opposition members.

Malaysia’s constitution gives citizens the right to freedom of speech and expression, but imposes limits. Violations can be punished by several years in prison.

Malaysia’s current prime minister, British-educated Najib Razak, has initiated reforms to loosen up rules on the news media and the tightly controlled political system as he pitches himself as a moderate keen for a more open society. Last year, he got rid of laws that required annual licensing of print publications. “Definitely what he has done so far has not yet transformed media and how Malaysians want news,” said Ms. Masjaliza, the media advocate.

Ms. Brown earlier launched a radio program called Radio Free Sarawak, a Malaysian state on the island of Borneo. She was born in Sarawak, and the program focuses on environmental challenges faced by indigenous people there due to rapid deforestation.

Radio is popular in Malaysia. Malaysians topped the radio listener list in the Asian-Pacific region, tuning in for an average of 21 hours and 34 minutes a week in 2011, according to a survey by market researcher Nielson.

“My target audience is the rural people, who need an alternative medium to know what’s happening,” Ms. Brown said.

Wee Choo Keong

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 03:35 PM PDT

Wee Choo Keong

If you “ULANG” can I “SAMAN” you with a RM100 million suit?

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 05:28 AM PDT

It is now the emerging  trend for litigants to file mega suit for defamation where general damages have been quantified by their lawyer up to the tune of RM100 million or more. Was this just to sensationalise the defamation suit or honestly claim for the mega general damages? Was such mega suit permitted by the [...]

Terima kasih Datuk Bandar KL & DBKL diatas keperihatinan

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 09:47 PM PDT

Pihak kami menerima banyak aduan daripada penduduk-penduduk yang menyatakan bahawa keadaan di persimpangan masuk ke Taman Setapak di Jalan Balau dan Jalan Gombak amat membahayakan kepada pengguna-pengguna jalan raya terutamanya kepada penduduk-penduduk di kawasan Jalan Balau / Taman Setapak. Penduduk-penduduk menyatakan bahawa sering berlaku kemalangan jalan raya di persimpangan tersebut dan dimaklumkan telah ada kemalangan [...]

PKR DUN 19 Kepayan P174 Penampang, Sabah.

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 11:15 AM PDT

PKR DUN 19 Kepayan P174 Penampang, Sabah.

More than 90% cannot afford to purchase homes for themselves – PKR Sabah

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 03:35 AM PDT

PKR National Supreme Council member cum PKR Sabah Secretary – Dr Roland Chia is very concern with the recent online survey conducted in Feb 2013 by a reputable property group – which indicated that an extremely high number of Malaysians find houses beyond their reach. The online poll is indeed an alarming figure given the fact that our country Malaysia is a resource rich country with oil, gas, palm oil & vast parcel of land with only a population of 28 million citizens.
The online survey poll indicated that 90% are saying that the current property prices are unaffordable. 69% of respondent polled were calling for more affordable housing – which is a great concern for house buyers. While 16% has appeared to have given up on looking for homes as their house prices is beyond their purchasing capabilities. There is a indication that property prices rises faster than the income of house buyers.
Dr Roland Chia was very concern because more than 60% of those polled in the survey falls into the lower middle income and middle income group that has annual income of RM30,000 – RM80,000. If this situation were to worsen- then there will be a "middle income trap" whereby the wages of the middle income group will not be able to finance basic necessities like housing - the first home for themselves or even their childrens' education.
When we compare our GDP per capita with other countries, South Korea's GDP per capita is US$16,450, Singapore US$34,346, Hong Kong US$29,559, while Malaysia is still at US$7,469. It must be remembered that in the early 1970s, we were at parity with these countries. In five years' time they would be even further ahead. The rakyat must resolve to do much soul searching- what is the reason for the disparity of GDP per capita after 50 years of independence in this forthcoming 13th Edition of General Election in Sabah &

Anak Muda Kampung Nak Senang

Posted: 27 Mar 2013 11:05 AM PDT

Anak Muda Kampung Nak Senang

Majlis Daerah Kuala Pilah parti komponen BN ke 44?

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 11:23 PM PDT

Adakah Majlis Daerah Kuala Pilah di Negeri Sembilan merupakan sebahagian dari parti komponen Barisan Nasional atau Barisan Nasional adalah merupakan satu jabatan dari Majlis Daerah Kuala Pilah? Gambar ini disebarkan oleh Facebook Keadilan Kuala Pilah.


Bendera BN di N.Sembilan boleh diturunkan 12 tgh mlm ini?

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 05:27 PM PDT

Hayat kerajaan BN N.Sembilan akan tamat jam 12 tgh mlm ini, Khamis 28 Mac 2013. Jika beberapa minggu lepas banyak bendera PAS dan PKR diturunkan oleh petugas Majlis Perbandaran Seremban dan Majlis Perbandaran Nilai tanpa diturunkan bendera BN atas alasan yang diberikan bendera BN tak boleh diturunkan oleh MPS dan MPN kerana pada ketika itu kerajaan negeri yang memerintah adalah kerajaan BN?

Adakah mulai Khamis 28 Mac 2013 , penyokong Pakatan Rakyat boleh membantu petugas MPS dan MPN menurunkan bendera BN atas alasan kerajaan yang memerintah ialah kerajaan sementara bukan kerajaan BN?

Dan kerajaan sementera ini pun belum ada Menteri Besar sementara kerana Menteri Besar sementara ini pun perlu terlebih dahulu mendapat perkenan Yang Dipertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan?

Atau kita sama-sama boleh berunding Pakatan Rakyat dan Barisan Nasional di Negeri Sembilan agar semua parti diberi kebebasan untuk menggantung bendera masing-masing di tempat-tempat awam?


Masih kah kita ingat betapa banyaknya bendera PAS diturunkan oleh petugas Majlis Perbandaran Seremban ketika rakyat sedang menyambut majlis jamuan Hari Raya di Dataran Senawang seperti yang dilaporkan di

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