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Lim Guan Eng

Posted: 13 Jul 2011 01:41 AM PDT

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Barisan Nasional and its UMNO cohorts seem hell-bent on insulting all Malaysians (en/bm/cn)

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 04:15 AM PDT

Barisan Nasional and its UMNO cohorts seem hell-bent on insulting all Malaysians by continually making racist and disrespectful statements.

Today, all DAP assemblymen have been suspended from the Malacca State Assembly for standing their ground in demanding Malacca Chief Minister Ali Rustam retract his allegations that gambling is part of Chinese culture. The suspension of Khoo Poay Tiong (Ayer Keroh), Betty Chew (Kota Laksamana), Lim Jack Wong (Bachang) and Tey Kok Kiew (Bandar Hilir) follows the suspension of Goh Leong San (Kesidang) yesterday over the same reason.

Instead of repenting over such a controversial and narrow-minded remark, Ali Rustam added that "as we generally know, the Chinese love to gamble and it's part of their culture".

The Barisan Nasional is once again stooping to its racial games, now that they feel threatened when tens of thousands of Malaysians from all walks of life turned up last weekend to protest against their regime.

In the aftermath of the Bersih 2.0 rally, they first played on Malay sentiments by claiming that the Malay community have become lackeys and were used to fulfil the non-Malays' agenda. To justify their allegation, they claim that nearly all the participants in the rally were Malays while the non-Malays stayed behind.

Such a baseless claim is categorically untrue as footage and photos of the rally that are available online and in various foreign media show strong multiracial participation. In fact, one of the key compliments raised by participants in the rally was the fact that all Malaysians, whether Malay, Chinese or Indian, of varying ages and social backgrounds, had the courage and bravery to stand up for their rights in the face of police hostility and the threat of arrest.

Then they focused their targets on the Indian community by attacking Bersih Chairperson Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan, with both Datuk Ibrahim Ali and Datuk Seri Ali Rustam calling for her citizenship to be revoked, even though such a demand is unconstitutional and seditious.

Now, Ali Rustam is once again displaying his shallow and racist mindset by insulting the Chinese community. The fact is that gambling was never part of the Chinese culture. However, because he and the rest of his party are unable to explain why they have to issue gambling licenses, they attempt to apportion blame on the Chinese.

This is another clear example of BN leaders treating Malaysians with disrespect. When they are faced with mounting pressure and hostile public opinion, they once again turn to the only avenue they know – racial politics.

First the BN leaders insult the Malays, then the Indians and now the Chinese. Is this what they mean by 1Malaysia? If the BN truly respects the Prime Minister's call for 1Malaysia, then they should make a public apology to all Malaysians for such derogatory remarks.

In addition, the Prime Minister must now take swift and firm action on Chief Minister Ali Rustam, who has insulted both the Indian and Chinese communities. Such openly racist remarks should never have come from a Chief Minister.

Press Statement By DAP Secretary-General And MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur On 12 July 2011.

— BM Translation —–

Kenyataan Akhbar oleh Setiausaha Agung DAP dan Ahli Parlimen Bagan, Lim Guan Eng pada 12 Julai 2011 di Kuala Lumpur

Barisan Nasional (BN) dan sekutunya, UMNO seolah- lah berkeras untuk menghina rakyat Malaysia dengan membuat kenyataan yang bersifat perkauman dan biadap secara berterusan.

Hari ini, semua Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) DAP digantung daripada menghadiri sidang Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Melaka atas pendirian mereka yang menuntut Ketua Menteri Melaka, Ali Rustam menarik balik dakwaan beliau bahawa judi adalah sebahagian daripada budaya kaum Cina. Penggantungan Khoo Poay Tiong (Ayer Keroh), Betty Chew (Kota Laksamana), Lim Jack Wong (Bachang) dan Tey Kok Kiew (Bandar Hilir) semalam juga adalah atas alasan yang sama.

Bukan setakat bertaubat atas kontroversi dan fikiran sempit tersebut, Ali Rustam menambah bahawa " Seperti yang umum ketahui, kaum Cina suka berjudi dan ini adalah sebahagian daripada budaya mereka ".

Barisan Nasional sekali lagi tunduk untuk membangkitkan isu perkauman, dan sekarang mereka berasa terancam apabila berpuluh-puluh ribu rakyat Malaysia yang terdiri daripada semua lapisan masyarakat pada minggu lalu berkumpul untuk membantah regim ini.

Kesan daripada perhimpunan Bersih 2.0 itu, mereka mula bermain sentimen Melayu dengan mendakwa bahawa masyarakat Melayu telah menjadi hamba dan digunakan untuk memenuhi agenda bukan Melayu. Untuk membuktikan dakwaan tersebut, mereka mendakwa bahawa hampir semua peserta dalam perhimpunan tersebut terdiri daripada orang Melayu manakala orang bukan Melayu berdiri di belakang.

Semua dakwaan yang tidak berasas dikategorikan sebagai tidak benar kerana rakaman dan gambar- gambar perhimpunan boleh diperoleh secara online dan media asing juga turut memaparkan penyertaan berbilang kaum secara teguh. Malah, salah satu pujian yang utama dibangkitkan oleh peserta dalam perhimpunan tersebut adalah semua rakyat Malaysia, sama ada Melayu, Cina atau India, berbeza umur dan latar belakang sosial, mempunyai ketabahan dan keberanian untuk mempertahankan hak-hak mereka ketika berdepan dengan polis dan ancaman ditahan.

Kemudian, mereka mengalihkan sasaran ke atas masyarakat India dengan menyerang Pengerusi Bersih, Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan apabila kedua-dua, Datuk Ibrahim Ali dan Datuk Seri Ali Rustam meminta agar kerakyatan Ambiga dibatalkan, walaupun permintaan sedemiikan adalah tidak berpelembagaan dan berunsur hasutan.

Kini, Ali Rustam sekali lagi memaparkan kecetekan dan minda perkauman dengan menghina masyarakat Cina. Hakikatnya perjudian tidak pernah menjadi sebahagian daripada budaya masyarakat Cina. Walau bagaimanapun, disebabkan beliau dan pihak lain tidak dapat menjelaskan mengapa mereka mengeluarkan lesen perjudian, maka mereka cuba untuk menuding kesalahan kepada masyarakat Cina.

Ini adalah satu lagi contoh yang jelas pemimpin-pemimpin BN tidak menghormati rakyat Malaysia. Apabila mereka berhadapan dengan tekanan dan percanggahan pendapat umum, mereka sekali lagi menggunakan satu-satunya saluran yang mereka tahu iaitu – politik perkauman.

Pertamanya, pemimpin-pemimpin BN menghina masyarakat Melayu, kemudiannya masyarakat India dan sekarang masyarakat Cina. Adakah ini yang dimaksudkan dengan 1Malaysia? Sekiranya BN betul-betul menghormati seruan 1Malaysia oleh Perdana Menteri, maka mereka perlu memohon maaf secara terbuka kepada semua rakyat Malaysia atas penghinaan yang dilakukan.

Di samping itu, Perdana Menteri kini perlu mengambil tindakan pantas dan tegas ke atas Ketua Menteri, Ali Rustam yang telah menghina kedua-dua masyarakat India dan Cina kerana sebarang kenyataan terbuka yang berbau perkauman tidak sepatutnya keluar daripada seorang Ketua Menteri.

—– Mandarin Translation —–

民主行动党秘书长兼巴眼区国会议员林冠英于2011年7月12日在吉隆坡发表声明:
国阵及其巫统同僚,看来似乎透过持续性地制造种族言论及谩骂,拼命地侮辱所有的马来西亚人。

今天,所有的行动党州议员因坚持立场,要甲州首长阿里鲁斯旦收回其"赌博是华人文化"论,而被驱出马六甲州立法议会。随着昨日因同一课题已被禁足的格西当区州议员吴良山之外,今日遭禁足的议员包括爱极乐区州议员邱培栋、哥打拉沙马那州议员周玉清、峇章区州议员林敬贤及怡力区州议员郑国球。

甲州首长阿里鲁斯旦不仅没有对其具争议及狭隘思维的言论悔改,他还补充说,"一般上我们都知道,华人很爱赌博,而这也是他们文化的一部分。"

国阵再次向种族游戏弯腰,因为他们在上周末,看到了成千上万人走上街头,对抗这个政权,因此感到威胁。

净选盟2.0版游行给人看到的结果是,他们起先玩弄马来人的情绪,声称马来社会已经沦为走狗,及被利用来达致非马来人定下的议程。为了合理化他们的指控,他们更声称近乎所有的游行参与者都是马来人,而非马来人则躲在后头。

这些无根据的指控,随着游行照片被网络及国际媒体转载后,已被证明是不正确的指控,因为不同种族的人士皆参与这场游行。实际上,参与游行者在游行过后都感觉到,这场游行是不分种族的,当中有马来人、华人或印度人,囊括各年龄层及社会背景,大家皆鼓起勇气和胆量与警方对峙,冒着被捕的风险,站出来捍卫他们的权益。

过后,国阵改变目标,把焦点转移至印裔社群,对净选盟印裔领导人拿督安美嘉展开攻击。拿督依不拉欣阿里及拿督斯里阿里鲁斯旦皆要求褫夺净选盟主席安美嘉的公民权,尽管有关的要求是违宪和极其煽动性的。

现在,阿里鲁斯旦以"赌博是华人文化的一部分"言论来侮辱华社,再次展现出他那狭隘及种族性的思维。实际上,赌博从来不是华人的文化。然而,因为他及他政党的其他领袖无法解释为什么会发出赌博执照,所以才企图把本身的过失"分配"给华人。

这个案例,再次证明了国阵领袖对马来西亚人不敬的举止。当他们面对着庞大的压力及社会舆论时,他们总是把一切的论调调至他们唯一懂得的方式—种族政治。

首先,国阵侮辱马来人,接着,他们侮辱印度人,现在,他们侮辱华人。这就是他们所谓的"一个马来西亚"吗?如果国阵真的尊敬首相的"一个马来西亚"口号,那他们必须就他们存有贬义的言论,向所有马来西亚人公开道歉。

此外,首相更需迅速地对甲州首长阿里鲁斯旦采取严厉的行动,因为他侮辱了印裔及华裔社群。贵为一州之长,公开式的种族言论,更不应出自他的嘴。

林冠英

Charles Santiago

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 11:35 PM PDT

Charles Santiago


பெர்சே பேரணியில் இந்தியர்களின் பங்கு இல்லையா? சார்ல்ஸ் கேள்வி

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 08:03 PM PDT

12 Jul | செய்தி| மலேசியாஇன்று

கடந்த சனிக்கிழமை நிகழ்ந்த பெர்சே 2.0 பேரணியில் பல்லாயிரக்கணக்கான மலேசியர்கள் ஒன்றுக்கூடி தங்களது கருத்தை தெரிவித்திருந்தனர். அதில் இந்தியர்கள் பலரும் கலந்துகொண்ட போதிலும் இந்தியர்கள் பெரும்பாலும் கலந்துகொள்ளவில்லை என கூறும் மஇக தலைவர் ஜி.பழனிவேலுவின் பேச்சு மிக வேடிக்கையாக இருக்கிறது.
 
இளையர்கள், முதியவர்கள், தனியார் நிறுவனத்தினர், அரசு சார்பற்ற இயக்கங்கள், பெண்கள் உட்பட எதிர்கட்சி தலைவர்கள், போராட்டவாதிகள் என பல இந்தியர்கள் பல இடங்களில் வந்து மலையாய் குவிந்தது அவரது கண்களுக்கு தென்பட வில்லையா என வினவிய கிள்ளான் நாடாளுமன்ற உறுப்பினர் சார்ல்ஸ் சந்தியாகோ, வராத இந்தியர்கள் அம்னோவுக்கு பயந்து ஒளிந்துக் கொள்ளும் கூட்டங்களே எனவும் சாடினார்.
 
இந்தியர்கள் பலர் எழுச்சி கண்டு விட்டதால்தான் பலர் ஒன்று கூடினார்கள் என்பதை முதலில் அவர் புரிந்துக் கொள்ள வேண்டும். வராத இந்தியர்கள், முதுகெலும்பு இல்லாத மஇகா தலைவர்களும் தேசிய முன்னணி அரசாங்கத்திற்கு கும்புடுப் போடும் கூட்டம் மட்டும்தான் என சாடிய சார்ல்ஸ் அவர்களும் இப்பேரணியில் கலந்துக்கொண்டிருந்தால் அம்னோ அவர்களுக்கு மதிப்பு கொண்டுத்திருக்கும் என வேடிக்கையாக கூறினார்.
 
தேசிய முன்னணி – அம்னோ அரசாங்கத்திற்கு கூனிக்குறுகி தாளம் போடுவதை நிறுத்தி விட்டு, இந்தியர்களின் மேம்பாட்டிற்கும் உரிமைகளுக்கும் முக்கியத்துவம் கொடுத்து அவர்களின் பிரச்சனையை தீர்க்க வழி காண வேண்டியதின் அவசியத்தை வலியுறுத்திய சார்ல்ஸ், 50 ஆண்டுகாலமாக ஆட்சியில் இருக்கும் இந்த மஇகா இந்தியர்களின் பிரச்சனை எதையும் தீர்த்த பாடில்லை என வருத்தம் தெரிவித்தார்.

தவறான தகவல்களை அளித்து இந்திய சமூகத்தினரை திசை திருப்ப நினைக்கும் மஇகா தலைவர்களின் எண்ணமும் திட்டமும் வெற்றியடைய போவதில்லை. நியாயமான மற்றும் நேர்மையான தேர்தலுக்காக போராடும் பெர்சே 2 .0 இல் கலந்துகொண்ட இந்தியர்களின் எண்ணிக்கையைப் பார்த்து மஇகாவின் நிலை தடுமாற்றத்திலும் கேள்விக் குறியிலும் இருப்பதை அறிந்துதான் அவர் இப்படியெல்லாம் அறிவிக்கிறார் என சுட்டிக் காட்டிய சார்ல்ஸ், இதனை எல்லாம் நிறுத்திவிட்டு இந்தியர்களின் நலன் காக்க பேசுங்கள் என அறிவுறுத்தினார்.
 
நேர்மையான மற்றும் நியாமான தேர்தல் நடைபெற்றால், மலேசியாவில் வாழும் அனைவரின், குறிப்பாக வறுமையில், ஏழ்மை நிலையே கதியென அல்லல் படும் நமது இந்தியர்களின், தலை எழுத்தும் மாறும் என மிக ஆணித்தரமாக வலியுறுத்தினார் சார்ல்ஸ்


This is our land

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 12:41 AM PDT


Malaysia: Police use brutal tactics against peaceful protesters

Posted: 11 Jul 2011 11:39 PM PDT

Source:Amnesty International

© Mohd Fazrul Hasnor / Demotix

Police arrested peaceful demonstrators and teargassed a hospital compound

Police arrested peaceful demonstrators and teargassed a hospital compound

11 July 2011

The UK government must press Malaysia's Prime Minister on freedom of assembly in his visit this week, Amnesty International said today, after peaceful protesters in Kuala Lumpur were met with police violence and 1,667 arrests at the weekend.

Police arrested peaceful demonstrators, fired teargas canisters directly at protesters, and teargassed a hospital compound on 9 July, in attempts to stop the electoral reform rally known as Bersih 2.0 from gathering in a stadium.

One protester, 56-year-old Baharuddin Ahmad, collapsed near the landmark Petronas Towers while fleeing teargas, and was pronounced dead later in hospital.

"Prime Minister Najib's government rode roughshod over thousands of Malaysians exercising their right to peaceful protest," said Donna Guest, deputy Asia-Pacific director at Amnesty International.

"This violent repression by the Royal Malaysian Police flies in the face of international human rights standards, and cannot be allowed to continue. Any future peaceful demonstrations should be permitted and respected by the authorities."

Amnesty International is calling on the Malaysian authorities to investigate claims that police failed to provide prompt assistance to Baharuddin Ahmad before his death, including reports that an ambulance arrived only an hour and a half after he collapsed.

Many protesters were beaten by police and officers of the Federal Reserve Unit, a special force used to suppress mass public assembly.  One of the numerous Youtube videos of police violence shows plainclothes officers kicking a protester lying on the ground, while uniformed police stand by.

Police also fired tear gas canisters directly at protesters, including members of the parliamentary opposition. Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was injured after a canister was fired in his direction, and Khalid Samad, a Pan-Islamic Islamic Party (PAS) member of parliament, was injured after being hit in the neck by a canister.

Tear gas was also fired at a hospital where protesters had retreated, putting the health of patients at risk, although this was denied by the Malaysian police.

"The British government shouldn't reward this brutality by rolling out a red carpet for Malaysia's prime minister," said Donna Guest. "David Cameron should tell Prime Minister Najib that these human rights violations against peaceful reform protesters are unacceptable."

Amnesty International is also calling on the Vatican to press Najib to respect human rights when the Malaysian leader visits Rome later this week.
All protesters arrested during the rally have now been released without charge. According to local sources, many of those released bore injuries sustained during arrest.

"The use of force by police at this rally was excessive, unnecessary and designed to instil fear," said Donna Guest.

Around 40 people arrested in the run-up to the rally still face prosecution. Most have been charged under Section 49 of the Societies Act for possession of illegal materials, including Bersih T-shirts.

Six members of the Socialist Party (PSM) have been indefinitely detained without charge under an Emergency Ordinance since 2 July. One of them, member of parliament Dr Jeyakumar Kumar, was hospitalized 10 July for a heart condition following days of prolonged interrogations.


Lim Kit Siang

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 11:09 PM PDT

Lim Kit Siang


Investing 101 Means Looking Out the Windows More

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 10:47 PM PDT

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Government risks undermining democratic progress, say UN experts

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 10:42 PM PDT

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We walked in peace until…

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 10:35 PM PDT

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The home minister should resign!

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 09:18 PM PDT

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A very Malaysian impediment – Singapore Straits Times

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 09:18 PM PDT

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Truth is inconvenient

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 09:06 PM PDT

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Malaysia: Rich but not free

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 08:22 PM PDT

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Malaysia: Police use brutal tactics against peaceful protestors

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 08:02 PM PDT

Amnesty International 11 July 2011 The UK government must press Malaysia's Prime Minister on freedom of assembly during his visit this week, Amnesty International said today, after peaceful protesters in Kuala Lumpur were met with police violence and 1,667 arrests at the weekend. Police arrested peaceful demonstrators, fired tear gas canisters directly at protesters, and [...]

Crackdown 2.0 in Malaysia

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 07:51 PM PDT

Wall Street Journal JULY 12, 2011. With its response to Bersih 2.0, a rally for electoral reform, the government has created an environment of fear and repression Based on the evidence of this weekend’s rally in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysians aspire for a more competitive political system than what they have. Also based on this weekend’s [...]

Bersih rally important, but not a game changer

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 09:12 AM PDT

By Ong Kian Ming Jul 11, 11 | MalaysiaKini COMMENT It is far from easy to objectively evaluate the political and electoral impact of the Bersih 2.0 rally in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, especially when one was in the middle of the said rally, receiving ‘presents’ in the form of tear gas canisters from [...]

BN’s reaction to Bersih is to insult all races, says DAP

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 08:59 AM PDT

By Shannon Teoh July 12, 2011 | The Malaysian Insider KUALA LUMPUR, July 12 — DAP has flayed Barisan Nasional (BN) for resorting to disrespecting all races in the aftermath of Saturday's Bersih rally which the opposition insists was multiracial in nature. Secretary-general Lim Guan Eng said that threatened by mounting public pressure, "BN has [...]

Deliver votes, not crowds, MCA

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 08:56 AM PDT

By The Malaysian Insider July 12, 2011 | The Malaysian Insider JULY 12 — MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek boasted today his party could match Bersih 2.0's crowd in last weekend's rally calling for clean and fair elections. "To gather ten or twenty thousand to demonstrate is nothing great. MCA can organised [...]

Mat Zain wants Altantuya accused retried

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 08:52 AM PDT

By Debra Chong July 12, 2011 | The Malaysian Insider KUALA LUMPUR, July 12 — Datuk Mat Zain Ibrahim urged today Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to step in and relook the Attorney-General's (A-G) prosecution of two policemen now on death row for the murder of Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu. The retired cop accused [...]

When the ordinary became extraordinary

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 05:20 AM PDT

— Scuba gal The Malaysian Insider Jul 12, 2011 JULY 12 — I'm as ordinary as it gets. I live in a decent-sized condo, in a fairly popular middle-upper class neighbourhood. I married my husband in my early 30s. I've got a decent job in a well-regarded private corporation, where I'm middle management. No children [...]

Tanah tumpahnya darahku

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 04:41 AM PDT

— Esther Goh The Malaysian Insider Jul 12, 2011 JULY 12 — "Are you ready to die for the country?" I asked as I walked together with Simeon heading from Mirama Hotel on Jalan Maharajalela to Petaling Street. My honest answer to my own question was, "No. I don't believe I should die now. When [...]

Bersih 2.0 “bersih”ed me!

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 04:21 AM PDT

— Lt Col (R) Aw Yong Tian Teck The Malaysian Insider Jul 12, 2011 JULY 12 — As I headed for the LRT station to enter the city on the morning of July 9, I was both fearful and determined — fearful that a "May 13" type violence would erupt, and afraid of being arrested. [...]

Merdeka when I was six, true democracy at 60?

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 04:11 AM PDT

Allen Lopez Malaysiakini Jul 12, 11 COMMENT When the Tunku raised his hand to the cries of “Merdeka”, I was on the cusp of turning six. On 9 July 2011, as I approach 60, I was among those who rallied at the Bersih 2.0 carnival. Yes, it was a carnival. And what a carnival! The [...]

TBH RCI report – 3 weeks and not released yet

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 01:28 AM PDT

The Cabinet has been sitting on the Royal Commission of Inquiry report into the death of Teoh Beng Hock for three weeks since it was first submitted to the Yang di Pertuan Agong on June 22, 2011. This is most inconsiderate to the Teoh Beng Hock family members as well as inefficient, as in developed [...]

Was Tiong Lai “blackmailed” into telling untruths about Tung Shin Hospital?

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 01:04 AM PDT

DAP MP for PJ Utara and National Publicity Secretary Tony Pua was rightly outraged and accused the MCA Deputy President and Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai of "lying through his teeth" when the latter denied that police had fired tear gas and water cannons into the Tung Shin Maternity Hospital during the 709 [...]

Al-Fatihah – Top lawyer Raja Aziz Addruse dies at 74

Posted: 12 Jul 2011 09:02 AM PDT

By Melissa Chi July 12, 2011 | The Malaysian Insider KUALA LUMPUR, July 12 — Raja Aziz Addruse, one of the country's most distinguished and respected lawyers, died today after a long illness. He was 74. He was elected a commissioner of the Geneva-based International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) in 2006. Raja Aziz was the [...]

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Posted: 12 Jul 2011 01:02 PM PDT

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