Wednesday, August 29, 2007

"Please......" tolong cari Nurin Jazlin Jazimin : Kanak-kanak Hilang

Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, 8 tahun, seorang pelajar tahun dua yang menghidap sakit buah pinggang dan darah tinggi dilaporkan hilang selepas pergi ke pasar malam berhampiran rumahnya seorang diri sejak hari Isnin minggu lepas (20/08/2007)

Kehilangan anak kedua daripada empat beradik itu membimbangkan ibu bapanya, lebih-lebih lagi kanak-kanak tersebut perlu memakan ubat setiap hari.

Sekiranya saudara-saudara semua yang mempunyai maklumat mengenai Nurin Jazlin diminta menghubungi telefon bimbit Norazian dan suaminya Jazimin di talian 019-3667067 atau 013- 2486651 dan Biro Pengaduan Awam Pemuda UMNO di talian 019-3255886 atau 03- 40441199 atau pun Balai Polis terdekat.

Bersama-samalah kita mendoakan agar Nurin dapat ditemui. InsyaALLAH..


  1. I actually admire the guts of Namewee to sing out this Negarakuku. True, the language used is a bit rough but at the end of day it sings out nothing but the truth about how most Chinese Malaysians and the other races see this country. Marginalisation, corruption, civil service bureaucracy, etc.

    If the song is nothing but praises of Malaysia, then it is just another lame song. A lame song that is usually being sung by our Umno to deceive all Malaysians. Is Namewee song seditious? How about the keris waving incident? That was not seditious? Disrespect for Islam just because it was said that some of them were 'out of tune' when praying?

    How about demolishing of those Hindu temples? Isn't that total disrespect for other religions? I hope someone from the ruling parties can enlighten me on these issues.

    If the government intends to strip Namewee of his citizenship, then first strip off the citizenships of Umno members, the arrogant keris waving minister and also those who authorized the demolishing of Hindu temples.

    Until I see that, I don't see any reason why we should strip off the citizenship of a young Malaysian who is frustrated with the way Malaysia turned out after 50 years of independence.

  2. Malay nationalists especially Umno would rather let Malaysia bankrupt than let it progress and prosperous, manage by the Chinese.

    They will rather let the people and country suffer than hurting their own ego. That is the fact and this system will remain until Malaysia is bankrupt.

    This country is in for very hard times and year 2020 will see the country going down the drain as an even more underdeveloped country.

    The NEP is the very reason why I and many of my partners refuse to invest in Malaysia. We know this is a loss of opportunities for us but it is also a loss for Malaysia because it has lost investments and jobs creation.

    For example, we start a business. We take all the risks and do all the hard work. Say, we are successful and have grown sufficiently for us to relax. We do this by listing our shares in the KLSE so that others can share in the fruits of our success.

    What happens! The Umno government insists that we reserve at least 30%, for malays often, at a discounted price. What have the malays done or contributed towards the success of our company? Nothing.

    They have done nothing towards it! Yet they want to take our success at a discounted price and also have two chances to get the shares. Once at the 30% reserved shares and second, at the general balloting.

    Why cannot they buy our shares like all the others? No! Our feeling is that they are robbing us of our hard work and the risks taken by us. To say that this policy is to help the malays is a lie and rubbish.

    It is to enrich the Umno malays only. The poor of all races do not benefit from this at all.

  3. Merdeka Day is a day of shame especially on this 50th Merdeka Day. On this day you have to compare how a successful country like Singapore has done everything right and why Malaysia has done everything wrong.

    On this day you will wonder why are we not better off if we are still under the British, I can assure you - we do not fall into what we are today. On this day everyone especially Sabah and Sarawak should be reminded that they should not join Malaysia in the first place.

    If you ask me how great are the Umno. I would say they are shameless people just like some Ang Mok who drop their pants for all to see.

  4. We are reminding Najib and Mahathir about this, that Malaysia is not an Islamic state and it is not in a social contract.

    Malay Sakai, so please tell Najib and Mahathir about it. Umno has always threatened the non-malays with riots and chaos. Nobody in Malaysia has started riots and chaos except for Umno.

    Umno has a deep rooted tradition of starting riots and chaos when every time they can’t debate sensibly.

    The social contract is there alright and many do not question it. But is the social contract followed according to the spirit or hijacked to the benefit of a few?

    Just look at the number of huge projects that has failed is proof enough. Yet these are treated like normal - part of everyday happening.


    All the social contract talk does not hold any water, when you have people in power, namely Umno abusing their power. In fact, they are indirectly telling you, that they have the right to abuse the power. Is this fair? Of course it is unfair. You don’t even need a social contract to tell you whether it is fair or not.

    Social contract didn’t say that Malaysia is an Islamic state. On the contrary the social contract expressly stated that Malaysia was and is not an Islamic state.

    Now the deliberate misinterpretation, apparently accepted by Umno, is that Malaysia (including Sabah and Sarawak) is an Islamic state!

    Sabah and Sarawak would never have joined Malaysia if they had known that Malaysia will be deemed an Islamic state.

    If the social contract meant that the non-malays would merely exchange the British masters for the malay masters, they would never have agreed to join the malays for independence.

    What is the difference of having the British lording over the non-malays and having the malays doing the same to the non-malays! Probably worse. At least, the British had some respect for fairness while the malays have none!

    So to get independence, the malays needed the non-malays. Without the non-malays agreement, the British would not have granted independence. So, is that not also part of the social contract? It is not a one-sided malay right. The malays would not be where they are without the non-malays.

  5. The truth hurts.

    The Chinese or the yellow race is what brings progress. Just look at Asia……….is enough.

    Whether they do it internationally or locally they will survive.

    We can distinctly see the lowering of Malaysia standards of living as the percentage of Chinese in this country goes down.

    In the 70s we were tops with 40 over percent of Chinese and today with only 25 percent we are far behind Singapore, Hong Kong and Korea.

    Main reason is the number of such Chinese emigrating to these countries - the best ones and rich ones.

    Next ten years as the percentage goes even lower, we would be nearing Indonesia or Philippines.

    Meanwhile enjoy your stay and the good time.

    On the whole as the Chinese spreads out throughout the world, the average standards of these will have much higher standards of living over others.

  6. Isn't a shame to call it Islamic when the entire Umno regime is corrupted to the core and acts with impunity as though there is no God.

    I would say Kelantan is more Islamic than the entire Umno regime.

    This Umno regime violates every single injunction of God.

  7. When Umno says that you have insulted race and religion and that you are a traitor, then wear it as a badge of honour.

    If Umno fascists and supremacists say that you are a traitor to the cause, then you must have done something right and that you are on the right path.

    You should be really worried if Umno starts praising you and putting you on a lofty pedestal, because it means you have turned your back on everything that is positive, rational and just.

  8. Islam in Malaysia is suppressing humanity, dignity and desire of a normal human being.

    Islam in Malaysia is causing trouble to non-Muslims who goes about their everyday life to do what any other normal human being on earth are doing.

    Islam in Malaysia does not respect traffic law when Muslims can park their cars all over the road and causes inconvenience to everybody.

    Islam in Malaysia does not contribute to the progress of the malay race and any other race in Malaysia.

    Islam felts threaten in Malaysia, when nobody actually gives a damn about them.

  9. I would not read Utusan Malaysia or Berita Harian, despite being paid to read it!

    I cannot imagine people actually buying those papers to read it!

    That is why Mahathir said the bloggers are really the last remaining hope of the nation!

    Don’t blame Utusan Malaysia la, it is owned by Umno, the party with low standard morons and extremists.

    Utusan Malaysia, the Star, New Strait Times etc, are just a few shameless newspapers that often cover up the scandals of the BN government and to make oppositions look bad.

  10. My friends and I was having a round of 'teh tarik' yesterday. We were discussing something along the line of 'If I were a Malaysian non-malay, I would..........'

    The first completion to that was 'I would be very upset' The reasons being that if I were a Malaysian non-malay, I would have been disadvantaged in many ways.

    If my kids do well, there is no guarantee that they will get a government scholarship. If I am not a well-to-do non-malay, it will be doubly hard. But you see local malays with average scores getting into courses with government money and not studying hard.

    And if I were a Malaysian non-malay, it will be harder for me to achieve anything. My rights as a citizen are less valuable than my malay counterpart.

    We emphasized with our non-malay counterparts on the hardships that they face. And many of my friends agree that what we have now is not conducive to promote a sense of unity. Our so-called unity is actually very superficial.

    Since there are many non-malays in Malaysia, this feeling must be quite widespread. The situation is actually quite fragile and others can easily take advantage of it to drive all of us apart.

    I want to let our non-malay Malaysian friends know that there are many malays like me that can relate to the situation that they are facing now. We feel that the system and environment that we have now does not promote unity.

    We also suspect that the current situation will, unfortunately, get worse if no action is taken now. Why? Because our kids in school hardly mix with each other. They will grow up with little understanding of their fellow Malaysians, and with the suspicions that exist, it will be worse.

    The strong unseen resentment will only erode the greatness that we all want to achieve as Malaysians.

    At that 'teh tarik' round, we all felt and agreed that we are all (our non-malay friends included) in this country together and we must complement each other's strength to compete with the rest of the world. Regardless of your ancestor's homeland, we are all here and now in this land called Malaysia.

    So how can we remedy the situation? Firstly, let us ask this - given the current situation, what can we do as individuals to change the situation? We should all be openly discussing the matter and try to help find a solution.

    Since we all are in non-policy making positions, we should concentrate on what can we do as individuals in order to ensure that we can all feel like true Malaysians.

    If you have kids, teach them about the cultures of other races. Tell them that this is the country they are going to inherit from us and in this land they will share with other Malaysians regardless of race.

    If you work in the office, discuss unity openly so we can create as many groups of people possible that really want to forge a real Bangsa Malaysia. Let us also try to understand each other culture more.

    There will be extremists on both sides - forget about them and continue to move forward with your like-mind friends and colleagues. Hopefully, one day there will be enough momentum for a real Bangsa Malaysia to take off.

    Let us focus on our common goal as Malaysians - that we want to move ahead in this competitive world, and in order to do that, we need everyone to go forward with the same vision.

    And to those in decision making positions - please have a re-look at the NEP implementation. Help all Malaysians, regardless of race. Poor people come from all races. Let us work to help them. Stop the help to undeserving ones - regardless of race as well.

    Implementing the above as policy will be an immense confidence-building gesture will also wake up our malay brothers to the fact that they are on equal terms with other Malaysians in that only the deserving will get help.


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