Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Monday, October 29, 2012
Friday, October 26, 2012
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
tunku : who is the chairman of KCB? none other than our top qualified MB of Kedah,Azizan. if he had done his jod effectively none of this will occurs. when the big boss is sleeping all the time then people will take adavantage of the situation. so blame azizan on this.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
NAJIB AND BN IS ACTUALLY FACING A POLITICAL ANIMAL NAMED ANWAR IBRAHIM, WHO WILL EVEN EAT HIS FRIENDS
Monday, October 22, 2012
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Friday, October 19, 2012
The Auditor-General’s Report is now the ‘bible’ and reference book for the oppositions to hit out at the ruling party, especially after they succeeded in nailing National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) through AG’s Report. In Dewan Rakyat, the oppositions keep picking up the weaknesses in the AG’s Report, trying to nail down anything that could stick but this time around, they could not find any thus far. So they aim for AES ( Automated Enforcement System), hoping the issue would stick as motorists are always against summonses and if there are new methods to track their mistakes. Motorists have always ‘up in arms’ against laws that will cost them money because they are always going against the laws…it’s a kind of habit, not only in Malaysia but everywhere in the world. Its normal human behavior which can be controlled through strict discipline because flouting laws on the road can cost death, which is a worrying trend especially during holiday seasons. But because of politics and with the aim to gain influence and votes, the oppositions are trying to get the government to withdraw the system, citing so many reasons. When one considers the oppositions lashing out against the system, one wonders whether these people in the oppositions truly value life or just want to gain control of the government…without care. One wonders whether the oppositions are truly championing the cause of the people or their own self- interests when they go against something that is good and safe life. If the AES, proven in other countries, developed countries in that aspect, can save lives and discipline motorists, why is it that the oppositions continue opposing it if they do not have ulterior motives of their own. The reason they gave that the tender was given to cronies is just an excuse to go along with their allegations of corruption for every government project, after all that has been their line of campaign which they think can influence the minds of the people. It is sad that the oppositions here are not playing the role of constructive criticisms like in other countries but instead harping on issues that can bring them benefits in terms of influence and votes. In short, the oppositions in the country are nothing but full of opportunists with personal agenda and the irony is that there are Malaysians who believe in them – blind loyalty – despite knowing they are being cheated openly. But the truth and reality are beginning to emerge with many voters now taking the oppositions to court for failures to fulfill the promises made during the 2008 general election. Hopefully, such actions may open up the eyes and minds of others who will then know how to evaluate between a glass and diamond.
Thursday, October 18, 2012
This is due to the fact that the water level at the reservoir is getting lower even though it has been raining heavily around the Klang Valley since a few days ago.
The power of rakyat should be brought out so that we could reach the final decision regarding water crisis in Selangor.
Chief Minister, Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim actually confirmed that the state is running out of raw water when he came up with ideas such as cloud seeding and membrane technology which is still yet to be proven feasible from Canada.
He just do not want to agree with the plan from the Federal Government in wanting to build Langat 2 Plant involving water transfer from Pahang.
This is clear enough to show that this is pure politics.
But, the water situation at Sungai Selangor Reservoir today is at the level had gone down with only 200.4 million cubic meter compared to 200.6 million cubic meter on October 2. This shows that despite of the heavy rains, the reservoir still lost 200,000 cubic meter worth of water.
This weird situation is a little worrying even though state government had mentioned a few times, telling rakyat that the reservoir has no problem at all.
Such sweet statement given by the leader of the state government is not the best solution for such huge catastrophe which might hit Selangor in the near future.
Mynewshub.my's observation this evening at the reservoir once again found low reading of water level.
For the record, Sungai Selangor Reservoir channels water supply to all consumers in Klang Valley and Rawang could store raw water supply at the maximum level of 235 million cubic meter.
But, the low water level since a few months ago this year might become critical if it goes down all the way to 190 million cubic meter.
On October 2, Mynewshub.my reported that water level readings at the reservoir was at 200.6 million cubic meter.
Today however, as much as 200,000 cubic meter of water was lost from earlier reading. All within 15 days.
So, the new reading for the current level is 200.4 million cubic meter.
If we are to see this, the number might not look as much, but with the size of 600 hectares, that amount of loss is clearly a lot.
This is because water usage for 60 percent among rakyat and industries around Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya increases each day.
For that, Mynewshub.my revealed the lower meter reading of water at the reservoir between October 2 and October 17, today.
Just like an article written regarding the reservoir in the blog www.kujie2.com, the blogger had attached a few pictures which shows the differences between water levels at the same reservoir between 2010 and this year.
According to the article at the blog, the blogger was shocked with what had happened to the reservoir which takes years to make it full.
Mynewshub.my also attached a few comparison pictures when water level was high at a bridge nearby orang asli's settlement in Kampung Pertak.
Perhaps there might be a few out there who still think that this is not a huge issue and this is simply being made up.
Some might not even care on what issues the Federal Government need to rectify.
But, we need to remember that if no solutions or early preventive measures are taken, the water crisis which hit us in 1998 might just come back to haunt us.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
It has now been proven that Barisan Nasional is not a party which only talks because it is clear that every promises have been fulfilled and every programs have been implemented like how it was planned.
All of these can be proven through the performance value and the financial state of the federal government.
Barisan Nasional also did not become hypocrite such as using beautiful slogans, trying to picture that the party is clean from any sins. Barisan Nasional also has never described itself as a party which has the magic to control market prices within a blink of an eye.
The Budget which was presented by BN was budget that is based on reality and based on the party's capacity and the state of the global economy like what was proven through the Audit Report.
Even though BN is not tied with the description of being pure like Pakatan Rakyat, Budget that was presented by BN would still consider all of religion's teachings in planning the development of this country.
PR previously criticized BN for putting aside Sekolah Agama Rakyat (SAR) in this current Budget. PR's hypocrisy is simply sickening especially fi we are to look at the party in issues such as murtad, including the usage of the word Allah SWR by non-Muslims and Bibles in Bahasa Melayu which they support.
If the matter of akidah is small to them, what qualifies PR to question other matters regarding Islam to other people?
Muslims also need to understand that knowledge in Islam does not revolve around the religion alone. It was even stressed in the Quran that the task of mankind is to look out for knowledge in various aspect of life such as science, astronomy, mathematics etc. That is why it is right for the government to combine all subjects in education including religious studies in the national budget.
Meanwhile, religious development in the other hand should not only revolve around ibadah such as zakat or haj, but it should be as a whole such as combating poverty which could lead people to become 'kufur' among Muslims, in terms of social and crime which is rising.
Despite that, BN's Budget still ensures that all ibadah matters are included in the budget, they include:
1. Yayasan Wakaf Malaysia, under Jabatan Wakaf Zakat dan Haji which is responsible in drafting the master plan for Corporate Wakaf by taking into account the legal structure of Islamic states.
2. SME Bank with cooperation with Bank Pembangunan Islam will provide Halal Industry Fund worth RM200 million to cover the cost of PKS's working capital.
3. Future haj pilgrims who contribute with EPF, can now be allowed to withdraw their savings to cover the cost of their pilgrimage up to the maximum RM3,000.
But, these things do not have to be 'preched' as much because it has been part of BN's principals which highly respects the constitution which puts Islam as the official religion.
The question here is regarding PR's Budget and their critic towards BN which is not consistent with the image which they are bringing. Perhaps PR supporters had missed the fact that PR did not even mention anything about Islamic development in their Alternative Budget?
This is not surprising because PR has never mentioned their intention to defend Islam if they are to rule. Instead, they simply made the statement to unite or be fair to all race and religion.
That is why PR do not dare to put any Islamic clause in their Budget. Development of mosques, Islamic education not fund for Islamic development never really became any of their focus.
Thus, their negative comment towards BN was simply a joke if it is not sickening. Especially when PR, which is known to be the backbone for SUARAM and BERSIH which becomes the agents in spreading liberal understanding. There is no way that PR would include Islamic development in their budget even if they are receiving funds from Jewish branches who are from radical liberalists.