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Suara Sri Andalas

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 11:30 PM PDT

Suara Sri Andalas


Pakatan: Fuel Hike Only the Beginning

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 05:34 AM PDT

PETALING JAYA: Last night's increase in price of RON 95 and diesel by 20 sen per litre is just the beginning of more to come, now that Barisan Nasional (BN) has secured its mandate, Pakatan Rakyat said today.

Opposition leaders said Malaysians would feel an even harder pinch in the next few months as electricity tariff was expected to go up and the controversial Goods and Services Tax (GST) introduced.

PAS vice-president Salahuddin Ayub said this would be on top of the expected rise in the price of goods, initiated by manufacturers forced to cushion the increase in fuel prices.

"I'm worried that this may lead to escalating crime, as the lower class scramble to manage higher cost of living while their income remains stagnant," the former Kubang Kerian MP told FMT.


Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak had vowed that the government would increase the Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) payouts to ensure low-income families were not burdened by the fuel hike.

DAP's Serdang MP Ong Kian Ming said even the cash aid was not enough to counter the increase in the price of goods, electricity tariff and GST.

"BR1M will not cushion all the increases in price that we expect in the next three or four months. I doubt the BRIM payout will be RM1,000 as promised.

"It will more likely be RM700, an increase of RM200 and that is not sufficient," he said.

Salahuddin believed the government had raised the fuel price to compensate for the billions it lost and would continue to lose over the BR1M cash vouchers.

Some 6.8 million households and unmarried individuals were beneficiaries of the BR1M 2.0 aid early this year, with up to RM2.9 billion disbursed by the government.

Najib had said that by slashing the fuel subsidies to 63 sen per litre for RON95 and 80 sen per litre for diesel, the government will save at least RM1.1 billion.

"The government may use the excuse that they want to reduce subsidies, which should not be the philosophy of a government that has the made the rakyat's welfare its priority," said Salahuddin.

The PAS leader also believed the timing of the fuel hike – four months after the general election – was deliberate in order to avoid voter backlash at the ballot box.

"I hope the rakyat can see clearly now that while Pakatan Rakyat offered to reduce petrol prices should it win the election, BN, in contrast, has hiked up the price," he said.

Ong said BN could rely on other methods to manage the government's finances better, without burdening the rakyat.

"They can reduce unnecessary expenditure in the budget, rather than increasing our cost of living," said the professor.

"They can also raise revenue by having open tenders for major projects such as the Tun Razak exchange and the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) project. There are so many other alternatives but at this point, reducing subsidies is unnecessary."


Source: FreeMalaysiaToday

MP: Lebih Banyak Kematian Jalan Raya Jika Harga Minyak Naik

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 05:29 AM PDT

MP DAP Liew Chin Tong berkata kenaikan harga petrol sebanyak 20 sen melalui pengurangan subsidi akan menyebabkan lebih ramai pemandu kereta beralih untuk mengguna motosikal dan seterusnya menyumbang kepada lebih banyak kemalangan maut.

petrol station queue price hike 020913 Beliau memberi alasan, jumlah kemalangan maut melibatkan motosikal adalah tiga kali lebih tinggi dari kemalangan melibatkan kereta, enam kali lebih tinggi berbanding pejalan kaki dan 50 kali lebih tinggi berbanding penumpang bas.

Beliau memetik kajian yang dijalankan satu badan antarabangsa International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences yang menyebut rakyat Malaysia bertindak demikian ekoran kenaikan harga minyak antara Mac 2006 hingga 2008 – menyebabkan lebih banyak kematian pengguna motosikal.


"Satu bencana kepada manusia dalam bentuk kematian pengguna motosikal bakal berlaku, ekoran kenaikan terbaru harga petrol," katanya dalam satu kenyataan hari ini.

NONEMenurut Liew, kerajaan perlu memikul tanggungjawab sekiranya jumlah kemalangan jalan raya meningkat lebih tinggi susulan kenaikan harga bahan api berkenaan memandangkan rakyat Malaysia tiada alternatif lain.

"Di negara lain di mana khidmat pengangkutan awam disediakan dengan memadai dan cekap, kenaikan harga petrol akan menggalakkan pemandu kenderaan persendirian beralih kepada pengangkutan awam/

"Bagaimanapun, dalam kes Malaysia, setiap kenaikan harga bermakna lebih banyak kematian di jalanan," katanya.

Beliau mendakwa, keadaan di Malaysia tidak banyak berubah walau kerajaan memperuntukkan RM4.4 bilion pada Mac 2006 untuk menambahbaik perkhidmatan pengangkutan awam.

Sumber: MalaysiaKini

Jangan Kata Kenaikan Tidak Beban Pengguna - Fomca

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 05:26 AM PDT

KUALA LUMPUR: Kesan berganda ekoran kenaikan harga petrol RON95 dan diesel, hari ini memang tidak dapat dielakkan apabila kebanyakan sektor perkhidmatan berhubung kait antara satu sama lain.

Bukan sahaja perkhidmatan berkaitan petrol seperti tambang bas akan meningkat naik, segala perkhidmatan lain turut terkesan dengan kenaikan ini, tegas Timbalan Presiden Fomca, Muhammad Sha'ani Abdullah.

Bercakap kepada Harakahdaily, hari ini Sha'ani berkata industri petroleum dan diesel merupakan satu sumber yang berkait rapat dengan setiap rangkaian perkhidmatan.

"Tentunya kenaikan ini menyebabkan berlakunya rantaian limpahan berganda kepada setiap perkhidmatan apabila kosnya dinaikkan. Ia satu fenomena yang tidak dapat dielakkan," tegas beliau.

Namun, katanya kerajaan tidak boleh menimbulkan kemarahan di kalangan pengguna dengan mengatakan kenaikan ini tidak memberi kesan dan tidak membebankan pengguna.

Alasan tersebut, katanya ibarat memperbodohkan pengguna, sedangkan pengguna yang terpaksa menghadapi bebanan terhadap kos sara hidup yang meningkat.


Sebaliknya, kata Sha'ani kerajaan boleh mewujudkan situasi menang-menang, sama ada kepada pengusaha dan pengguna.

Kerajaan juga, katanya boleh memberi penjimatan yang berterusan dalam urusan tadbir negara, sebelum meminta rakyat melakukan penjimatan.

"Apa guna kita bercakap tiada peruntukan mencukupi untuk biasiswa, tetapi dalam masa sama kita bermewah-mewah mengadakan rumah terbuka. Jika mahu rakyat berjimat, kerajaan perlu tunjukkan contoh terlebih dahulu," tegas beliau.


Sumber: HarakahDaily

Kesatuan Pengangkutan Jangka Harga Barang Naik Mendadak Dalam Sebulan

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 05:23 AM PDT

SHAH ALAM 3 SEPT: Kesatuan Kebangsaan Pekerja-pekerja Perusahaan Alat-alat Pengangkutan dan Sekutu menjangka kenaikan harga barang berleluasa dalam masa kurang sebulan berikutan peningkat kos pengangkutan.

Setiausaha Eksekutif kesatuan itu, Syed Shahir Syed Mohamud, berkata kenaikan itu berlaku apabila kos petroleum melibatkan banyak peringkat dalam pengeluaran sesuatu barang.

"Rakyat kena bersedia, tak berapa lama sahaja lagi, mungkin kurang sebulan akan menyebabkan kenaikan harga barang lain sebab petroleum melibatkan banyak peringkat," katanya.

Kenaikan harga petrol RON 95 dan diesel sebanyak 20 sen yang berkuat kuasa hari ini sudah dijangka Pakatan Rakyat.


Hal ini tidak akan berlaku jika Pakatan yang menawarkan penurunan harga minyak dalam tempoh 24 jam sebaik sahaja membentuk kerajaan jika menang PRU 13.

Bagaimanapun, BN yang pernah berjanji tidak akan menaikkan harga minyak jika menang, mungkir janji kurang lima bulan selepas mencatat kemenangan tipis.

"Kita memang jangka minyak akan naik jika BN menang. Kita nasihati pengundi jangan tersalah pilih tetapi ada pengundi 'memilih' untuk (harga) minyak naik," kata Senator Dewan Negara itu kepada TV Selangor.

Sumber: Selangorku

Surcaj Bahan Api Kargo Naik Ekoran Harga Minyak

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 05:21 AM PDT

Syarikat pengangkutan kontena Taipanco Sdn Bhd akan menaikkan surcaj bahan api kargo daripada kadar tarif 16.19 peratus kepada 18.2 peratus, sebagai kesan daripada kenaikkan terbaru diesel sebanyak 20sen yang bermula tengah malam tadi.

"Kadar pengangkutan berbeza mengikut kawasan. Tetapi secara umum,  kadarnya RM100, ini bermakna pelanggan harus membayar tambahan RM18.20 untuk Faktor Penyelarasan Bahan Api (FAF)," kata Naib Presiden Association of Malaysian Hauliers.

"Ketika harga diesel sebanyak RM1.80 seliter, mereka membayar RM16.19. Kami akan maklumkan pelanggan kami tentang FAF baru hari ini."


Ketika dihubungi, Nazari berkata, jadual FAF ditetapkan oleh industri itu semasa pentadbiran Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, yang membawa kepada turun naik harga minyak kerana pengurangan subsidi.

Bagaimanapun, Nazari, yang syarikatnya mendepani perniagaan itu di Pelabuhan Klang menegaskan, terpulang kepada syarikat masing-masing untuk menentukan kadarnya kerana industri itu diselia oleh Akta Persaingan 2010.

Harga diesel sekarang RM2 seliter manakala petrol RON95 2.10 untuk seliter.


Sumber: MalaysiaKini

Pengendali Bas Mahu Tambang Naik

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 05:18 AM PDT

Persatuan pengendali bas kini mahu harga tambang disemak semula ekoran tindakan kerajaan menaikkan harga minyak petrol RON95 dan diesel mulai tengah malam tadi.

Presiden Persatuan Pengusaha Bas Seluruh Malaysia (PMBOA) Datuk Mohamad Ashfar Ali berkata, tambang itu mesti diselaraskan semula atau ia akan menjejaskan industri itu.


Bagaimanapun, pengendali masih memerlukan kelulusan kerajaan sebelum ia dapat dinaikkan.

'Di Malaysia, harga bas dikawal oleh kerajaan. Kita tidak boleh sewenang-wenangnya menaikkan tambang bas.... 

"Kami sudah mohon peningkatan 30 peratus tambang bas pada Mei tetapi kerajaan belum meluluskannya," katanya.

Kerajaan hanya meluluskan 10 peratus surcaj untuk bas ekspres semasa musim perayaan antara 8 Julai hingga 8 September.

Mohamad Ashfar juga menggesa kerajaan menaikkan subsidi diesel antara 1,400 hingga 3,000 liter sebulan untuk bas henti-henti dan antara 2,800 hingg 5,000 liter untuk bas ekspres.


Sumber: MalaysiaKini

Rugi RM1.05 Pada Setiap Pengisian Minyak RM10

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 05:14 AM PDT


KUALA LUMPUR: Pada kadar baru petrol RM2.10 seliter, bermula hari ini pengguna hanya mendapat 4.762 liter bagi setiap pengisian RM10.

Berbanding sebelum kenaikan iaitu pada kadar RM1.90 seliter, pengguna menikmati 5.263 liter petrol bagi pembelian kadar serupa.

Ini bermakna, dengan pengisian RM10 bermula hari ini, pengguna kehilangan 0.501 liter berbanding semalam.

Harga bagi 0.501 liter, jika pada kadar semalam adalah RM1.05.

Ini bermakna bermula hari ini, pengguna kehilangan nilai ringgit yang dibelanja sebanyak RM1.05 bagi setiap RM10 pengisian petrol mereka.


RM1.05, apabila didarab dengan 30 hari (sebulan), bersamaan RM31.05.

RM31.05 didarab pula dengan 12 bulan (setahun), pengguna akan kerugian RM378 setahun.

Itu jika mengandaikan pengguna mengisi petrol RM10 sehari. Jika pengguna mengisi lebih dari RM10, lebih banyak kerugian yang dialami.


Sumber: HarakahDaily

Kilang Buang Minyak Ke Sungai Selangor Dikenakan 14 Kompaun

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 05:10 AM PDT

RAWANG, 3 SEPT : Kilang yang didakwa bertanggungjawab ke atas gangguan bekalan air di beberapa kawasan di Lembah Klang dikenakan 14 kompaun berjumlah RM34,000 kerana tidak mematuhi syarat pembuangan sisa pepejal.

Selain itu juga, Kilang itu juga didapati bersalah kerana menjalankan perniagaan tanpa lesen selama 10 tahun.

"Mereka mempermainkan kita dengan mengatakan kilang ini hanya berfungsi sebagai tempat penyimpanan lori, tetapi apabila kita buat serbuan, banyak aktiviti berlaku di sini.

"Pemilik kilang juga adalah kontraktor persendirian di mana dia membawa sampah domestik ke sini untuk diasingkan sebelum dikitar semula," kata Penolong Pegawai Penguatkuasa MPS, Paramasivam Chelliah.


Menurut beliau lagi, selain MPS, pihak kilang juga berhadapan tindakan daripada Lembaga Air Selangor (Luas), Pejabat Tanah dan Daerah serta Jabatan Alam Sekitar (JAS) Selangor.

Antara kesalahan yang juga dikenalpasti adalah struktur bangunan tidak menepati spesifikasi. Kilang terbabit pernah disaman sebelum ini atas kesalahan gangguan bau berdasarkan aduan daripada penduduk setempat.

Pihak berkuasa tempatan bertindak pantas menyita kilang tersebut pada 31 Ogos lalu. Selain disita, 20 barangan turut dirampas seperti alatan kimpalan dan dua lori tangki yang mengandungi minyak hitam.

Anggota penguatkuasa ditempatkan bagi memastikan tiada operasi berlangsung sehingga proses pemutihan dilakukan.

"Kami haramkan segala aktiviti dan melarang keras lori daripada masuk ke kawasan ini berdasarkan arahan daripada Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri (SUK) sendiri," kata Paramasivam.

"Kita akan terus menyita tempat ini sehingga arahan pelepasan dikeluarkan daripada Yang Dipertua MPS sendiri," tegas beliau.


Sumber: Selangorku

Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 07:16 PM PDT

Anwar Ibrahim


First They Came For The Islamists

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 08:14 AM PDT

Foreign Affairs

Egypt's Tunisian Future

 Koplow

Former Tunisian President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali in Argentina, 1997 (Courtesy Reuters)

An Islamist political party does well at the polls, and an authoritarian regime goes after it with a vengeance, killing its activists and arresting its leaders. The party is driven underground while secularists and other political groups applaud the government's harsh measures, all taken in the name of eliminating a terrorist threat. Meanwhile, the regime and the non-Islamist parties assure the world that once the Islamists have been dealt with, the regular political process will resume again.

So it has happened in Egypt, but it is also the story of Tunisia in the late 1980s and early 1990s, when hopes for a democratic transition were smashed after a campaign of repression that first targeted Islamists but eventually grew into a much wider effort to eliminate all political opposition. Tunisia's experience offers a glimpse of what may be yet to come in Egypt — and suggests that Egyptian secularists should think twice before supporting the army's efforts to eradicate the Muslim Brotherhood.

After replacing President Habib Bourguiba in a bloodless coup in November 1987, Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, a military officer, embarked on a program of liberalization and democratization that was at that point unprecedented in the region. His government released all political prisoners and gave them amnesty, revised the laws governing the press and political parties, and got every political bloc — including the Islamist Ennahda Party — to sign a national pact guaranteeing civil liberties and free elections.

Those elections were held on April 2, 1989, and were at the time the most competitive in the country's history, if not in the entire Arab world. Although the winner-take-all system guaranteed that Ben Ali's party would carry the day, given its organizational advantages developed over decades of unopposed rule, the president and most observers assumed that the secular opposition parties would emerge as the dominant opposition. Instead, the Islamists received the highest share of the opposition vote, 14.5 percent, a figure that was likely deflated due to fraud.

Once Ben Ali finished with the Islamists, he trained his sights on the rest of the opposition.

Just after the election, The New York Times declared, "Tunisia is undergoing a transition from a one-man dictatorship to a much more open society with a sleight of hand that could furnish lessons for Mikhail S. Gorbachev, the Soviet leader." The article went on to quote the head of the Tunisian League for the Defense of Human Rights saying, "I am absolutely certain of Ben Ali's good will."

As it turned out, though, the prospect of a strong Islamist opposition, and especially of an Islamist government at some point down the road, was too much for Ben Ali and the Tunisian state to bear. The government launched a brutal crackdown, killing 1,000 Islamists, jailing another 30,000, and forcing into exile the leader of Ennahda, Rachid al-Ghannouchi. The regime justified its actions by claiming that the Islamists were terrorists out to sow discord and tear Tunisia apart. Only because of the national security threat that they presented, Ben Ali argued, were the Islamists being targeted.Even as the government's campaign against Islamists turned violent and repressive, Tunisia's secular opposition parties cheered it on. Fearful of the possibility of Tunisia's Islamists emulating the Algerian intifada taking place next door, the secularists had no problem with the state neutralizing the threat of political Islam. Furthermore, given the country's history of secularism, most Tunisians did not want to see Islamists of any stripe coming to power, and so they watched quietly as Ennahda was driven underground.

The twist is that once Ben Ali finished with the Islamists, he trained his sights on the rest of the opposition as well. Even if his crackdown initially stemmed from a legitimate ideological fear of Islamism, once he started down the authoritarian path, it was only a short skip and a jump to viewing all political opponents as enemies. In early 1992, the government shut down secular newspapers and magazines, imprisoned liberal journalists, and passed a new law of associations that curtailed the actions of human rights groups. A whole generation of secular opposition leaders, including Tunisia's current president, Moncef Marzouki, found themselves in jail. In the 1994 sham presidential election, Ben Ali ran unopposed after disallowing all other candidates from running, and in 1999, he was "reelected" with 99 percent of the vote.

Egypt is now in the throes of a similar campaign to rid the country of its Islamists. The military rulers have charged Muslim Brotherhood members with terrorism and murder, and they are considering formally labeling the Brotherhood as a terrorist organization and banning it entirely. Although Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's erstwhile strongman, did not allow the Muslim Brotherhood to participate in politics formally, even he did not go so far as to ban the group, and the contemplation of such a move in conjunction with the unprecedented arrest of the Brotherhood's supreme guide demonstrates just how far the military is willing to go. To be sure, the Brotherhood-led government under former President Mohamed Morsi was hardly a paragon of democracy, and Brotherhood members have indeed resorted to violence since his ouster. But the terrorism charges represent a major escalation in anti-Islamist rhetoric since the military coup, and they allow the army to justify all its actions in the name of security.

In addition, the Muslim Brotherhood's secular opponents, many of whom opposed the military when it last ruled the state following the toppling of Mubarak, are not only staying out of the streets but also actively supporting the anti-Brotherhood campaign. Much like their Tunisian counterparts two decades ago, Egyptian secularists have convinced themselves that the government is out to eradicate only the Islamists, rather than all political opposition. The enemy of their enemy, many of them figure, is their friend. This frame of mind is spreading among less stridently secular Egyptians as well, with former Morsi voters and Egyptians who were previously sympathetic to the Brotherhood lauding the military's moves.

For the military, the support from secular parties and ordinary Egyptians is crucial. The army's removal of Morsi was made possible only by the presence of millions of protesters in the streets. Similarly, the widening crackdown against the Muslim Brotherhood has been a much easier task, given the political and rhetorical support the army has received from Egyptian liberals. Were prominent liberal and secular voices to denounce the army's moves, it would not bring an end to the Muslim Brotherhood's troubles altogether, but it might constrain the military's range of actions, just as public outrage against the last military government led to an expedited election and transition process. Yet for now, Egypt's secularists seem to be backing the military to the hilt.

This view is shortsighted. Looking at the bigger picture, Egypt's secular parties should realize that the authoritarian genie is extremely difficult to put back in the bottle once it has been released in the name of national security. Although the army is likely to return to the barracks at some point and resume ruling from behind the scenes — it has promised to hold elections by 2014 — it will not allow secular parties to construct a democratic system, let alone a liberal one. Egyptians are in for a rude awakening if they believe that just because the military has not yet put measures in place to repress all political opposition or begun to arrest secular figures, that it will not eventually do so. As Egyptians remember all too well, the allegedly temporary state of emergency put in place following President Anwar Sadat's assassination in 1981 lasted 31 years. Today, there is little reason to think that the current monthlong state of emergency will expire along with the Muslim Brotherhood's political fortunes.

If history is any guide, authoritarian governments do not confine their repression to only one category of opponents, and coercive measures taken in the name of security always morph into something larger. The secularists should think twice before cheering on the regime's campaign against the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists, no matter what type of language the government is using to couch its antidemocratic actions. The lesson of Tunisia is that once the Islamists are gone, the secularist opposition is going to be next.

 

No price cut when global oil prices slumped, so why increase now, PKR asks

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 12:08 AM PDT

TMI

With world oil prices on the downward trend since April 2011, PKR today slammed Putrajaya’s move to raise RON95 and diesel prices by 20 sen.

“Before this, Barisan Nasional kept giving the excuse that they have no choice but to increase petrol and diesel prices due to escalating world crude oil prices.

“But since April 2011, the world crude oil prices have been recording a decrease,” PKR strategic director Rafizi Ramli said at a press conference at the party’s headquarters in Petaling Jaya today.

 Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced a 20-sen hike in RON95 petrol and diesel prices, pointing out that the new prices will save the government at least RM1.1 billion.

To cushion the increase on the public, Najib said the Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) payout would be increased this year.

After the announcement, outraged Malaysians formed long queues at petrol stations to fill up and took to social media to express their views.

However, economists hailed it as the right move to address the ever-increasing government debt, which currently stands at 53.5% as at the end of last year.

Rafizi said Putrajaya never reduced the prices of petrol and diesel when crude oil prices slumped globally.

“Even if they do not reduce the prices, the government should be prudent in its spending but this opportunity was wasted and instead, due to excessive spending, Najib has to announce the petrol and diesel price hike,” he said.

Anwar: Negara pengeksport minyak patut turun harga

Posted: 02 Sep 2013 11:01 PM PDT

Sinar Harian

Ketua Umum PR, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim berkata, Malaysia sebagai sebuah negara pengekspot sepatutnya mampu menurunkan harga minyak.

Namun, beliau mendakwa amalan boros Kerajaan BN telah menyebabkan rakyat terbeban.

“Hentikan pembaziran dan rasuah.

“Malaysia ekspot minyak!,” tulisnya laman sosial mikro Twitternya malam tadi.

Beliau berkata sedemikian sebagai respons terhadap pengumuman Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak bahawa harga minyak RON 95 serta diesel dinaikkan 20 sen seliter, berkuat kuasa tengah malam tadi.

Menurut Najib, langkah yang diambil adalah sebagai sebahagian langkah penyusunan semula subsidi yang akan dilaksanakan secara berperingkat oleh kerajaan.

Berikutan itu, RON 95 kini dijual pada harga RM2.10 seliter manakala diesel RM2 seliter.

Langkah itu katanya, telah diputuskan pada mesyuarat Jawatankuasa Dasar Fiskal (FPC)semalam adalah antara inisiatif ke arah mengukuhkan kedudukan kewangan negara dalam berdepan persekitaran ekonomi dunia yang semakin mencabar.

Jom debat isu minyak naik, cabar Rafizi pada Umno

Posted: 02 Sep 2013 10:27 PM PDT

Malaysiakini

Pengarah Strategi PKR Rafizi Ramli mencabar pemimpin Umno berdebat berhubung kenaikan harga minyak petrol dan diesel yang bermula tengah malam tadi.

NONE"Mungkin saya patut gesa debat dengan (Ketua Pemuda Umno) Khairy (Jamaluddin) mana-mana pemimpin Umno yang berani," katanya dalam pesanan di Twitter.

Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak semalam mengumumkan diesel dan petrol RON95 naik 20sen seliter sebagai salah satu langkah rasionalisasi subsidi oleh kerajaan,

Sehubungan itu, RON95 akan berharga RM2.10 seliter manakala diesel pula RM2.00 seliter.

Anak Muda Kampung Nak Senang

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 11:23 AM PDT

Anak Muda Kampung Nak Senang


Mana pergi kapal selam negara?

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 03:27 AM PDT


Mana pergi kapal selam negara yang berbillion ringgit tu dalam menjaga keselamatan nelayan tempatan dan perairan negara dari di ceroboh?

Dikejar 24 bot nelayan asing
3 September 2013

KUANTAN - Hampir 500 nelayan pukat jerut tempatan bersama 21 bot terpaksa melarikan diri selepas dikejar 24 bot pukat tunda nelayan asing ketika keluar secara beramai-ramai untuk meninjau kerosakan unjang dan rumah ikan di kawasan kira-kira 44 batu nautika dari perairan Kuantan, semalam.

Insiden kira-kira jam 10 pagi itu menimbulkan kebimbangan nelayan tempatan kerana mereka turut diancam menggunakan senjata bahaya termasuk senjata api.

Nelayan Vietnam sabotaj nelayan tempatan

KUANTAN - Golongan nelayan di daerah ini ketakutan untuk turun ke laut kerana terdapat ancaman daripada nelayan warga asing walaupun mereka menangkap ikan di kawasan perairan negara.
Nelayan terbabit mendakwa unjang atau tukun yang dipasang bagi menangkap ikan dirosakkan malah mereka turut berdepan maut apabila diancam dengan senjata api oleh sekumpulan nelayan Vietnam, dan insiden sedemikian sudah berlarutan sejak dua tahun lepas tanpa sebarang penyelesaian daripada pihak berkuasa.

"Bot kami diserang apabila mereka menembak ke arah kami dan melanggar unjang kami, dan untuk mempertahankan diri, kami membaling bom petrol ke arah bot mereka sebelum kami melarikan diri," katanya kepada pemberita hari ini.


Tahanan larikan diri, 4 anggota polis dari Balai Polis Nilai ditahan

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 03:25 AM PDT


3 Sep 2013

SEREMBAN: Empat anggota polis adalah antara sembilan orang yang ditahan semalam untuk membantu siasatan berhubung kejadian seorang tahanan yang melarikan diri di kawasan Plaza Tol Setul Lebuh Raja Kajang-Seremban (LEKAS) Ahad lalu.

Mereka yang berpangkat koperal dan konstabel dari Balai Polis Nilai termasuk dua orang yang mengiringi tahanan, Kishminderjit Singh, 39, menaiki sebuah van polis yang dalam perjalanan dihantar ke Penjara Simpang Renggam.


Bendera Penjajah OK, Bendera Sang Saka Malaya KO

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 03:24 AM PDT


Lain kali kibarlah bendera penjajah dan pengganas seperti bendera Amerika ke, bendera Portugis ke, bendera Belanda ke, bendera England ke yang telah membunuh pejuang Melayu seperti Tok Janggut. Sambutan Hari Malaysia 16 September nanti jangan kibar bendera Sang Saka Malaya, kibarkan bendera England, kita tengok adakah Akta Hasutan akan digunakan kerana bersekongkol dengan penjajah British.

Sasterawan Negara dikehendaki menyerah diri

KUALA LUMPUR 3 Sept. - Sasterawan Negara yang juga aktivis Bersih, A. Samad Said diminta polis supaya menyerah diri bagi membantu siasatan berhubung isu pengibaran bendera Sang Saka Malaya dalam satu program ceramah baru-baru ini.

Difahamkan, beliau dikehendaki bagi membantu siasatan kes di bawah Akta Hasutan.

Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar berkata, tiga individu dikehendaki bagi siasatan kes itu dan dua daripadanya iaitu Adam Adli Abdul Halim dan Hishamudian Rais telah ditahan polis malam tadi. - UTUSAN



Menteri, timbalan menteri perlu bayar petrol sendiri

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 03:23 AM PDT


September 03, 2013

Pengarah Strategi PKR, Rafizi Ramli menyifatkan langkah Putrajaya sebagai menghukum rakyat yang sudah sedia bergelut dengan kesempitan kewangan.

"Ia tidak adil untuk menghukum rakyat yang kini bergelut dengan kesempitan kewangan sedangkan kroni dan sektor korporat tidak disentuh langsung.

"Oleh itu, PKR menggesa Datuk Seri Najib Razak mengarahkan semua menteri dan timbalan menteri membayar sendiri petrol dan diesel yang selama ini ditanggung kerajaan dengan memansuhkan kemudahan petrol dan diesel berbayar," katanya pada sidang media di ibu pejabat PKR, Petaling Jaya hari ini.

Naik harga minyak untuk kurangkan kesesakan di jalanraya

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 03:22 AM PDT


Jangan pula nanti ada menteri yang buat kenyataan untuk mengurangkan kesesakan di jalanraya, terutama pada musim perayaan dan hujung minggu seperti di jalan Kuala Pilah – Seremban perlu harga petrol dinaikkan.

Lagi banyak harga petrol dinaikkan, lagi berkurangan kesesakan di jalanraya kerana rakyat akan lebih ramai menggunakan bas dan motosikal.

Petrol naik kerana BR1M akan ditambah sejajar manifesto BN PRU-13

Posted: 02 Sep 2013 04:17 PM PDT


2 Sep 2013 Putrajaya: Bagi mengurangkan beban golongan berpendapatan rendah dan mudah terjejas akibat rasionalisasi subsidi bahan api, kerajaan akan meningkatkan pemberian Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) yang akan diumumkan dalam ucapan Bajet 2014.

Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak berkata, rasionalisasi berkenaan bukan bertujuan menganiaya rakyat, sebaliknya untuk kepentingan masa depan rakyat.

"Kita sudah membuat keputusan untuk menaikkan kadar BRIM, jumlah baru akan diumumkan dalam ucapan belanjawan nanti, sudah pasti BRIM akan membantu mengurangkan bebanan mereka.

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Posted: 04 Sep 2013 01:34 AM PDT

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Rakyat "First Class''Don't Touch....

Posted: 03 Sep 2013 06:58 AM PDT

Adakah mereka ini tidak boleh di ambil tindakan...
tidak boleh di usik....boleh buat apa sahaja....Tangkap ..lucut kewarganegaraan. Hapuskan hak mengundi.
Baca artikal dari "Jawaber6.blog"..syabas saya setuju dgn Jawa ber6.
DALAM kita masih lagi dalam mood kemerdekaan, dalam kita masih lagi teringat kibaran bendera rekaan pembangkang 'Sang Saka Samad Said', tiba-tiba bakar bendera oleh Cinabeng ini menjadi viral di facebook. Adakah ini satu provokasi??

Tidak! Cinabeng hari ini memang sudah benci dengan negara sendiri. Sebab apa aku cakap macam tu? Kalau dia benci kat kerajaan mesti dia bakar gambar Najib, mesti dia bakar gambar Sultan, mesti dia bakar bendera BN, mesti dia bakar bendera UMNO.

Kes bakar bendera ini teringat pula satu calon Naib Ketua Pemuda dulu yang pernah bakar bendera UMNO tapi takpe laaa MUNGKIN dah insaf. Masuk UMNO balik terus jadi kaya kan....

Ok! Kembali pada cerita asal. Dah berpuluh tahun Cinabeng ni benci negara sendiri. Dah berpuluh tahun juga Cinabeng ini menanam dendam terhadap pemimpin Melayu.

Teringat filem Tanda Putera yang pada tahun 1969, DAP bersama GERAKAN yang ditunjangi oleh Lim Kit Siang ketika itu membunuh orang Melayu, menghalau orang Melayu. Itulah yang terjadi sehingga sekarang, namun masih ada lagi orang Melayu yang tidak sedar.

HALAU orang Melayu masih juga berlaku tapi zaman teknologi sekarang Cinabeng tidak bawa penyapu, Cinabeng naikkan harga rumah dikawasan bandar hingga orang Melayu tidak mampu nak beli. Taktik licik orang Cinabeng menghalau terus Melayu balik kampung.

Masih belum sedar????