Sunday, October 31, 2010

Malay Unity & The Racists - apanama2020.blogspot





Idris Jala denies paying consultants hundreds of millions

Jala said claims Pemandu had doled out hundreds of millions to consultancies were grossly exaggerated. — file pic
Jala said claims Pemandu had doled out hundreds of millions to consultancies were grossly exaggerated. — file pic
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 29 — Consultants engaged by Pemandu are being paid from its budget of RM40 million and not the bulk of a RM729.4 million budget as alleged, said Datuk Seri Idris Jala today.

Tangki Air Buat Penduduk Oya


MUKAH:Menteri di Pejabat Ketua Menteri mengumumkan bahawa kerajaan Negeri memperuntukkan sebanyak RM31,200.00 kepada lapan buah kampung di Oya untuk digunakan menyediakan tangki air bagi mengatasi masalah kekurangan air bersih yang berlaku sejak beberapa bulan ini.

Taib: Interests of all natives affected by future dam projects would be protected

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by Lim How Pim. Posted on October 30, 2010, Saturday
KUCHING: The state government has a comprehensive plan to protect the interest of indigenous people affected by hydroelectric dams which the government planned to build in the future.


NEW MATERIAL: Taib (second right) takes a good look at a picture contained in the newly launched 'Sweethearts of Sarawak' last night. Looking on bemused are (from left) Dr Yusoff, Awang Tengah, Len Talif and Masing. — Photo by Jeffery Mostapa

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Why non Bumis opposing History as a must-pass subject?

Tuesday, October 26, 2010



it is a good move that history be made a must-pass subject as the new generation lacked understanding of the nation's history. the youngsters nowadays spend their time in front of computers.they look for a comfortable life but are not well-versed in the country's history.the education ministry said that history would be made a must-pass subject in the SPM examination from 2013 along with the Bahasa Malaysia subject but the non bumis especially those from the opposition party don't agree with the move.to them Malaysia history is not important as they said it only involves the bumis only.well everyone should understand this land earlier was called tanah melayu and obviously they are the people who lives there.while in sabah and sarawak they have indigenous population which made up of some 30 groups.the non bumis came in the later part of the history but they are still part of the history.they should not fear with Malaysia's history if they really love this country.they should be proud of it and happy with the move that history be made a must-pass subject so that everyone in this country knows about the history of the country.we can see in a poll carry out by the star which majority of its readers are non bumis voted whether the agree with the ministry's move or not. 75% opposed it,why? they are simply not patriotic and does not have love for this country.

13 Mei kebenaran - YB zulkifli bin Nordin


PERBAHASAN BAJET 2011 PERINGKAT DASAR DI DEWAN RAKYAT OLEH Y.B. KULIM BANDAR BAHARU
Petikan Hansard Dewan Rakyat

28 Oktober 2010, 3.53 ptg.

Tuan Zulkifli bin Nordin [Kulim Bandar Baharu]: Terima kasih Tuan Yang di- Pertua, sudah banyak hari tunggu. Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Rahiim, Alhamdulillah...

Tengah - ‘Be open minded and stay updated’

BPOPosted on October 29, 2010, Friday
MIRI: Community leaders, especially village and longhouse chiefs, should adopt an open mind and make decisions based on consensus when resolving issues which contained differing views and ideas.
Second Minister of Planning and Resource Management Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hassan said such a stance was important because the rapid change in online technologies and globalisation meant that the people, especially the younger generation, were now very exposed to what’s happening in the outside world.
Easy access to the Internet had led to situations where issues become more complex and the younger generation more vocal and demanding, at times.
“Have an open mind and get consensus when there are different views and ideas,” Awang Tengah said at the Miri Division community leaders’ seminar  yesterday.

Taib not worried by Internet abuse



KUCHING, Oct 26 (Bernama) — Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said he was not unduly worried about internet abuse but instead expressed concern that the information communication technology (ICT) should be used to bridge the digital gap, particularly in rural areas.
He said, in that context, the ICT practitioners should get together with the print and electronic media in Sarawak, to reach out to the people, through a good and widespread network of information.
“Forget about the blogs, Twitter or Facebook (social networking websites) as these are hobbies for people but it is much more important to link to government services, especially serious affairs of development which are the bread and butter of the people,” he said at the Sarawak ICT Development and Media Network launch and Sarawak Chief’s ICT Media Award 2010 presentation here tonight.

PAS Kelantan gadai balak untuk biayai kempen PRK Galas

Khamis, Oktober 28, 2010






Friday, October 29, 2010

PR forms Sibu election task force

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Posted on October 27, 2010, Wednesday
SIBU: Pakatan Rakyat (PR) yesterday formed a task force for the coming state election during their meeting at Sibu PAS office in Kampong Hilir Road.

WORKING TOGETHER: (From left) Tiong, Lu, David Wong, Johnny Wong, Abang Hashim and Paul Ling at the joint press conference.

Ketua Menteri lawati mangsa bot karam


Ketua Menteri Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud menepuk bahu adik Desmond Roy, murid Tahun Empat SK Tatau yang kematian ibu, Bremas anak Nyuweng,26, bapa, Peter ak Julan,28, dan adik perempuan, Amilia Sisa ak Peter,3, dalam insiden bot ekspres karam I Sungai Anap, Tatau, baru- baru ini.

Taib rasmikan Seminar Pembangunan Mukah


Oleh ELFIELFA
MUKAH, Selasa – Di bawah Gelombang Kedua Pembangunan Negeri Sarawak, Kerajaan Negeri akan terus melaksanakan pelbagai dasar dan program pembangunan yang dapat meningkatkan lagi taraf hidup rakyat baik di kawasan bandar, kawasan luar bandar mahupun kawasan pedalaman negeri ini.
Berucap merasmikan Seminar Pembangunan dan Kepimpinan Ketua Masyarakat Negeri Sarawak 2010 Bahagian Mukah di Hotel Kingwood Resort, Mukah anjuran Jabatan Ketua Menteri Sarawak dengan kerjasama Angkatan Zaman Mansang Sarawak (AZAM) kepada 284 peserta beliau menegaskan agar kestabilan politik, keharmonian kaum dan dan kemakmuran yang dinikmati oleh Sarawak pada hari ini akan terus dipelihara dan dikekalkan sampai bila-bila demi kesejahteraan hidup rakyat pada masa kini dan generasi yang akan datang.
“Ini adalah selaras dengan agenda Kerajaan Negeri untuk mentransformasikan rakyat untuk mencapai ekonomi pendapatan tinggi seiring dengan pelaksanaan SCORE (Koridor Tenaga DIperbaharui Sarawak). Visi kita adalah untuk memastikan Sarawak antara Negeri yang paling progresif menjelang 2030 apabila pelaksanaan SCORE berada pada tahap kemuncaknya,”kata Ketua Menteri Sarawak, Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Kerajaan Sarawak terima kritikan


MUKAH (Sarawak), 26 Okt (Bernama) — Kerajaan negeri Sarawak sentiasa terbuka kepada nasihat, malah kritikan daripada sesiapa jua, selagi mana ia bersifat tulus dan membina, kata Ketua Menteri Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud.

Melaka Runtuh Kerana Kaum Cina, Chua Soi Lek Jangan Putar Belit Sejarah - Peraktoday

Tidaklah mengejutkan kita bila DAP mempersoalkan keputusan menjadikan Sejarah sebagai subjek teras dan mesti lulus bagi SPM. “Kenapa mengumumkkannya dalam Perhiimpunan UMNO?” Mereka bertanya. Jawapannya, kenapa tidak? DAP adalah satu-satunya parti politik di dunia yang cuba menukar sejarah demi memuaskan nafsu tamak haloba mereka untuk mendominasi dan menguasai orang lain.

Stop whispering, SAPP's Yong tells 'insecure' DAP

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PADANG: SAPP president Yong Teck Lee has slammed his detractors who do not understand the difference between friendship and marriage.
Yong, who is vying for the Batu Sapi parliamentary seat, also accused Sabah DAP’s Hiew King Cheu of starting a whisper campaign against him.

The Sabah politician's decision to contest in the Nov 4 by-election had ruffled the feathers of Pakatan Rakyat, the alliance which the once Barisan Nasional component SAPP was now aligned to.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Najib should review all the Pak Lah's corridors.

Dewan Rakyat: Calls For NCER To Be Reviewed

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 26 (Bernama) -- The government has been urged to study and review the Northern Corridor Economic Region (NCER) programme because many of its projects duplicated those carried out by existing agencies resulting in failure and a waste of funds.
Datuk Mohamad Aziz (BN-Sri Gading) who raised the issue when debating the Supply Bill 2011 (Budget 2011) at the Dewan Rakyat Tuesday said serious attention should be given to the matter to avoid continued wastage.
He said the government must review the programme for the sake of national development where action must be taken if there were failures in its implementation.

Telekom Tower Masjid dibiarkan PAS memberi ceramah?



Puak Khawarij PAS menghasut di Syarikat GLC
Salam Bro.RBF

Tarikh : 01 oct 2010 Jumaat
Lokasi : Surau Menara Telekom
Masa : 12.45 tgh - 1.00 ptg

Apa yang hendak saya nyatakan di sini pada tarikh,lokasi dan masa yang saya nyatakan, telah berlaku satu Tazkirah Jumaat,yang memperbodohkan orang melayu yang telah memulangkan wang hasil judi di Pulau Pinang.

Penceramah tersebut telah mengatakan MELAYU yang MEMALUKAN MELAYU,kerana melayu tersebut telah memulangkan wang hasil judi membuatkan semua melayu jadi malu.

CM’s global perception


by Peter Boon. Posted on October 25, 2010, Monday
Political stability and guided democracy needed for prosperity and peaceful society — Taib
SIBU: Political stability and guided democracy are essential for prosperity and a peaceful society, Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said Saturday night.


OFFICIAL OPENING: Taib presses the button to open the Union of World Liu’s Association 7th biennial global convention. From left are Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh, Temenggong Vincent Lau Lee Ming and Tan Sri Dato Low Nam Hui. — Photos by Raymond Tan
He said it was not enough for the people to think only of economy.
Taib added they also needed to centre their thoughts on the world structure to maintain global peace and unity.

Where will the ‘Lim Guan Eng of Sarawak’ stand ? - Audie61′s Weblog

In Semenanjung Malaysia, they have Lim Guan Eng, in Sarawak, we have Chong Chieng Jen.
Like the Lims dominate the DAP in the west, the Chong family wields great influence over the state DAP in Sarawak. They may even be nursing the confidence that Chieng Jen is now unbeatable. Maybe even a future Chief Minister of Sarawak. It has happened in Penang with Lim Guan Eng, hasn’t it?
In politics, perception is more powerful than reality. They believe they will win in the long run.
So far, things have been going Chieng Jen’s way. The second term MP for Bandar Kuching rode the waves of discontent against SUPP in the state election of 2006, narrowly beating Alfred Yap Chin Loi and winning the new seat of Kota Sentosa.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

US behind Wikileaks revelations - Iran

Mohammad-Javad Larijani
A senior Iranian diplomat says recent revelations by whistleblower website Wikileaks are Washington's ploy to cover up human rights violations by the US.


In the largest-ever revelation of secret US military documents, Wikileaks released nearly 400,000 classified reports about the US-led war in Iraq.

The leaked documents, which cover the period between January 1, 2004, and January 1, 2010, have shed light on a myriad of crimes and offences committed in Iraq over the past few years, including assassinations, murders, torture and rape.

"It seems that these [revelations] are made upon the order of the US," Secretary-General of Iran's High Council for Human Rights Mohammad-Javad Larijani said on Monday at the summit for reviewing the human rights situation in the US.

"The message of Wikileaks documents is that the Iraqi people have been tortured by Iraq's security forces, and the only wrongdoing of Americans is that they witnessed the incidents and remained silent," IRNA quoted Larijani as saying.

"This is while the US had the main role in these incidents and is the defendant," the Iranian diplomat added.

Larijani said unfortunately the Internet, which was supposed to provide all people with vast information, is being used for publishing anti-information in the world.

Anwar - PR confident of taking over Sarawak government



Posted on October 24, 2010, Sunday
MIRI: The state Pakatan Rakyat (PR) is ready to take on the Barisan Nasional (BN) in straight fights in all 71 constituencies in the next state election due by July next year.
“The state PR is confident of winning and taking over the government,” Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) adviser, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, said during a press conference held in the residence of PKR Miri chief, Dr Teo Yu Keng, yesterday.

Tengah - ‘Certain NGOs giving SCORE a bad name’


by Irene C. Posted on October 25, 2010, Monday
Awang Tengah urges media to give balanced reports by portraying positive aspects of govt programmes
KUCHING: Certain non-government organisations (NGOs) are to be blamed for the negative portrayal of Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE), said Second Planning and Resource Management Minister Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hassan.


WINNERS ALL: Awang Tengah (centre) and Resat posing for a photo with the competition winners.
For example, they highlighted negative links between a hydro dam project to environmental issues and the displacement of the locals.
“This portrayal is not balanced as the positive outcomes of the project are not   projected to the people, thus causing confusion among them,” said Awang Tengah at the 19th Nationalism Essay Writing Competition-cum-Media Appreciation Night on Saturday.

Teng accuses opposition of fanning unreasonable demands


Posted on October 25, 2010, Monday
KUCHING: Many calls to the government seem to have gone overboard simply due to the tactics of the opposition, observed SUPP treasurer Datuk David Teng.


Datuk David Teng
He said some political foes had put the demand of the people to a level that brought many issues to a knotty situation.
The Assistant Minister of Modernisation of Agriculture (Food Industries) asserted that what the party or rather the government could fulfill was to meet the basic needs of the various communities but not endless requests.
He felt that the people had to be told that their soaring demands might result in disappointment.
“We must tell them what we can do.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Kekalkan warisan pemimpin BN



NIKMAT PEMBANGUNAN: Taib menandatangani plak sebagai simbolik perasmian Tebingan Sungai Dalat sambil disaksikan (dari kiri) Saudi, Muhammad Leo, Yussibnosh dan Fatimah. Tebingan Sungai Dalat menelan kos sebanyak RM 3.95 juta serta mengambil masa selama 18 bulan untuk disiapkan.

by Awangku Khaider. Posted on October 24, 2010, Sunday
DALAT: Ketua Menteri  Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud meminta rakyat negeri ini agar terus memberikan sokongan padu kepada Barisan Nasional (BN) pada masa hadapan meskipun selepas ketiadaan beliau.

Saudi Saves U.S. Helo Industry Singlehandedly


Posted by Mark Thompson Thursday, October 21, 2010 at 10:59 am
3 Comments • Related Topics: National Security , arms sales, F-15, helicopters, saudi arabia

The Pentagon has just sent Congress Saudi Arabia's latest shopping list, topped with 84 F-15 jet fighters and 190 helicopters, as predicted here last month. It's always funny how some quantities are round -- 200,000 20mm cartridges, 300 AIM-9X Sidewinder missiles, 1,000 2,000-pound GBU-31B V3 Joint Direct Attack Munitions -- and some are not: 193 F-110-GE-129 Improved Performance Engines, 338 Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems, 462 AN/AVS-9 Night Vision Goggles. Defense folks suggest the need for accountability of bullets and bombs -- and how they are packed on pallets -- is to blame for so many zeroes in the kinetic column.

U.S. Plans To Seize Pakistan’s Nuclear Arsenal

by Rick Rozoff
Global Research, October 16, 2010
Stop NATO - 2010-10-15
Two recent news items emanating from the United States have begun to reverberate in Pakistan and give rise to speculation that growing American drone strikes and NATO helicopter attacks in that country may be the harbingers of far broader actions: Nothing less than the expansion of the West’s war in Afghanistan into Pakistan with the ultimate goal of seizing the nation’s nuclear weapons.

Tengah - Media perdana wajib perjelas SCORE

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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Kuan Yew Beri Jaminan Kerajaan PAS-DAP Kelantan Tidak Akan Lenyap Selepas PRU 13

Ustaz Nik Aziz bersama Penasihat Kanan Kerajaan PAS-DAP Negeri Kelantan

Sunday, October 10, 2010

PRK DUN Galas sangat menggerunkan PAS. Ustaz Nik Aziz telah menggambarkan ketakutannya dan bermohon supaya Ku Li tidak melibatkan diri dengan UMNO-BN.

MCA stands firm on debating social contract


KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 23 – The MCA insisted today that the social contract could be discussed behind closed doors, dismissing warnings by Umno delegates to Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties to stop questioning Malay rights.
Yesterday, Umno permanent chairman Datuk Badruddin Amiruldin told MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek (picture) not to question the 30 per cent Bumiputera equity target.
Negri Sembilan delegate Datuk Jalaluddin Alias also slammed Dr Chua for allegedly interfering in the Umno assembly affairs, following his remarks that the social contract should not be debated openly.
 “However, the party disagrees with the view that (the) social contract cannot be discussed at all,” MCA publicity bureau deputy chairman Loh Seng Kok said in a statement today.

Taib : Dalat Pesat Membangun

DALAT, 23 Okt: Pekan Dalat diumumkan bakal menjadi bandar Satelit dalam rancangan Kerajaan Negeri Sarawak sesuai dengan pertumbuhan pembangunan yang aktif di SCORE.
“Dalam rancangan SCORE, diharap bermula dari Dalat, Igan, Tanjung Manis, Mukah dan semua bandar berhampiran akan terus maju dalam masa 10 tahun lagi untuk mencapai wawasan 2020,” kata Ketua Menteri, Pehin Seri Dr Abdul Taib Mahmud.

FDI drop: It's Pakatan fault, says Mukhriz

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By Rahmah Ghazali

KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Minister of International Trade Mukhriz Mahathir today turned the tables on the opposition, blaming them for the significant decline of Malaysia's Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) as reported by United Nation's World Investment Report.
The report, which was released last July, recorded a critical decrease in FDI for the year 2009, leaving Malaysia trailing behind regional countries.

The report has led to finger-pointing with many blaming the government and its arm Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (Mida) for its failure to attract foreign investors.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

'US seeking to rewrite Iraq war history'

The US is seeking to redeem itself after the "horrible" Iraq war but has no qualms about changing history to achieve this, says justice and political activist Dahlia Wasli.

Chan: Lily Yong will not be SUPP candidate for Padungan





Friday, 22 October 2010 17:21
george-chan-lily-yong-suppKUCHING - SUPP President Dr. George Chan has confirmed that Lily Yong who was tipped to stand in Padungan is definitely out of contention in the upcoming Sarawak elections.

Chan disclosed that SUPP may even resort to take in a candidate from another branch if a constituency did not have an experienced candidate to field.

Speaking to reporters at the Kuching International Airport on Friday, Chan said Padungan needs a new face to win.