Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Gambar Ini Bukti Himpunan GST Esok Bakal Gagal, Ramai Sudah Mula Muak Dengan Penipuan Anwar Ibrahim


DAP Tetap Tolak Hudud


GST : Mengapa Ianya Diperkenalkan Untuk Ganti SST


Isu Bajet Tambahan : Rafizi Terkena Pukulan Fakta Ahmad Maslan


Hudud Tidak Boleh Dilaksana Di Malaysia Sebab Hakim Tidak Bebas Kata Anwar Ibrahim




Anwar kata dalam video di atas pada minit 0.55 "Kita tidak boleh bicara soal hudud dengan kedudukan mahkamah dan hakim yang tidak bebas". Di bawah ini adalah jemputan khas Hakim untuk hadir di rumah Anwar Ibrahim bagi solat hajat mendoakan keselamatan Anwar. Apakah ini maksudnya hakim yang tidak bebas seperti yang didakwa oleh Anwar ? Jika hakim tersebut hadir di rumah Anwar, apakah hakim itu bebas?

Rakyat Selangor Tetap Sokong PKR & DAP Biarpun Diminta Tadah Air Hujan?


Anwar Ibrahim Beri Kenyataan Tolak Hudud PAS


Hudud Bakal Satukan Kembali PAS Dengan UMNO Dalam Barisan Nasional?


Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Monday, April 28, 2014

Bukti Pemilihan PKR Tidak Adil

Pangkah Undi Dalam Bilik Hotel ? Ada Sudah Jadi Dengan Parti Yang Bernama Keadilan Ini


Beranikah PAS Lawan Balik Cakap DAP Ini?






Setiausaha Organisasi Kebangsaan DAP, Loke Siew Fook menegaskan, undang-undang hudud tidak pernah dan tidak akan berada dalam konsensus yang dipersetujui oleh semua parti komponen pakatan rakyat.

Ahli Parlimen Seremban itu berkata sebagai parti politik yang berprinsip dan bertanggungjawab, PAS perlu menghormati dan mengikuti asas permuafakatan yang dipersetujuinya.

“Sebagai parti politik yang berprinsip dan bertanggungjawab, PAS perlu menghormati dan mengikuti asas-asas permuafakatan yang telah dipersetujuinya.

“Sekiranya PAS bertegas untuk membuat sebarang keputusan dan tindakan yang tidak ada konsensus dalam Pakatan Rakyat, maka langkah yang paling terhormat dan sewajarnya untuk PAS ialah berundur dari Pakatan Rakyat.

“Namun, kami perlu membuat satu keputusan yang berprinsip daripada terus berdolak-dalih di depan rakyat. Seperti ungkapan mendiang Karpal Singh, ‘tidak ada kawan atau musuh yang kekal dalam dunia politik, tetapi kita mesti mempunyai prinsip yang berkekalan’,” katanya

Pesanan Imam Besar Masjid Negara Pada @BarackObama #OBAMAinKl



Bukti Anwar Ibrahim Sebar Hadis Palsu


Video : How 'The Beast' Designed To Protect The President #OBAMAinKL


Sunday, April 27, 2014

@BarackObama Strengthen People-to-people Ties, Especially Among Young #OBAMAinKL







PUTRAJAYA, April 27 (Bernama) -- United States (US) President Barack Obama said on Sunday, his administration looked forward to strengthening people-to-people ties, especially among the young, as it forged deeper cooperation with the Malaysian Government.

He said the US and Malaysia were working more closely across a whole range of areas after he and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak agreed to broaden the bilateral relationship, including in the security and trade areas when the latter visited Washington, about four years ago.

In a joint press conference with Najib, following talks between both leaders in conjunction with his historic visit to Malaysia, Obama said he was pleased that both nations were formalising efforts in a new comprehensive partnership.

It was also his hope that the Malaysia-US partnership expand to strengthen the strong ties between the people of both nations, especially the young people.

"The young women and men of the US and Malaysia are gleaming with potential and we want to do more together, to open the door of opportunity to everybody, regardless of race, religion, gender or language," he said.

Obama said he and Najib had agreed to renew the Fullbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) programme for several more years.

"Thanks to the tremendous success of the programme of bringing our young Americans to Malaysia to teach English," he said, while expressing hope that the young Americans could share similar perspective and experience like him, as he had been brought up in the South East Asia region.

Touching on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, the US president said it was agreed upon by both leaders that particular issues of importance to Malaysia should be resolved quickly to reach a comprehensive agreement.

Obama said the two leaders would be joining business leaders for the signing of three commercial agreements worth more then USD1 billion of new trade and investments between the two nations.

In his remarks, he also noted that the comprehensive partnership would expand the security cooperation between the two nations, promote maritime security and regional stability.

"We very much agree with Asean and Malaysia's views that disputes need to be resolved peacefully without intimidation, and that all nations must abide by international rules and international laws," he said.

He said the US looked forward to work with Malaysia on security and maritime issues when Malaysia took the Asean chairmanship in 2015.

Obama is on a three-day visit to Malaysia, the first by a sitting American president in nearly 50 years.

-- BERNAMA 

Video Penuh Sidang Media @NajibRazak Dengan @BarackObama #OBAMAinKL




Jawapan @NajibRazak Terhadap Kes Liwat Anwar Ibrahim Di Depan @BarackObama #OBAMAinKL


Nik Aziz Berbincang Sesuatu Dengan TPM Untuk Singkir DAP?







@BarackObama With @NajibRazak At Seri Perdana Putrajaya #OBAMAinKL

















@BarackObama Makan Soto Ayam #OBAMAinKL



#OBAMAInKL Diversity For Brighter Future @BarackObama

KUALA LUMPUR, April 26 - United States President Barack Obama said the US and Malaysia can draw strength from their ethnic and religious diversity and hope from history to carve a brighter future for the next generation.

In his remarks at a state banquet hosted at Istana Negara in conjunction with his three-day state visit to Malaysia, Obama noted that while the US and Malaysia may be different as nations, their people shared similar hopes and aspirations.

"I believe that whether we come from a remote village or a big city, whether we live in the United States or in Malaysia, we all share basic human aspirations - to live in dignity and peace.

"(We want) to shape our own destiny, to be able to make a living and to work hard and support a family.

And most of all, to leave the next generation something better than what was left to us," he said.

At the banquet graced by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah and Raja Permaisuri Agong Tuanku Hajah Haminah, Obama said these were the aspirations that can illuminate a new era of partnership between the US and Malaysia.

The American president sprinkled his remarks with a few Malay words, a gesture that was well received by the audience, as shown by their appreciative applause.

At the start of the speech, he wished those present "selamat petang" (good evening) and ended it with "terima kasih banyak" (thank you very much).

In between, he used the word "bekerjasama" when touching on the partnership between the US and Malaysia, as well as "boleh spirit" in reference to the "Malaysia Boleh" mantra which loosely translates as "Malaysia Can Do It".

Obama flew into the Malaysian capital at about 5pm Saturday for the visit to Malaysia as part of his four-nation tour of Asia that started in Japan followed by South Korea while his final stop is the Philippines.

His trip here was the first by a sitting US president in 48 years since President Lyndon B. Johnson's trip back in 1966.

Recalling Johnson's trip here nearly 50 years ago, Obama said the former president had written in his memoirs "of how impressed he was by the extraordinary vitality and eagerness he saw in the faces of people here and throughout Southeast Asia".

"And I m eager to see that same 'boleh' spirit tomorrow when I have the opportunity to speak with young people from across Southeast Asia at Universiti Malaya," Obama said at the event which was also attended by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor.

Turning to Najib, he said: "Mr Prime Minister, I look forward to our work together, and I pledge to infuse our efforts with that same spirit.

"Tonight, I simply want to express my gratitude for the generosity that you ve shown us today -- a generosity the people of Malaysia have extended to my family since I was elected (as president)."

Obama also shared with his audience an episode in his life, relating to his mother's love for batik, a material that is common to Malaysians.

The president alluded to a batik exhibition showcasing some of his mother s batik collection organised at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia two years ago.

"My mother loved batik. I remember when I was a boy growing up in Jakarta, she d come home from village markets with her arms full of batik and she d lay them around the house and look at them, and make dresses out of them," he said.

"And I was a young boy so I wasn t as excited as she was," he quipped, drawing laughter from the crowd.

Obama pointed out that for his mother, batik was not about fashion but was representative of the work and the livelihood of mothers and young women who had painstakingly crafted them.

"It was a window into the lives of others -- their culture, and their tradition, and their hopes. And it meant so much to her and it was part of her spirit.

"And so I m deeply grateful to the people of Malaysia for celebrating that part of my mother s life. It was very kind of you," Obama said.

He took the opportunity to say thank you for the "extraordinary hospitality" shown towards him and his delegation.

"And on behalf of my country, I want to thank the Malaysian people for the wonderful welcome that you extended to us today," he said, expressing his delight at being able to make the historic visit to Malaysia.

-- BERNAMA


Saturday, April 26, 2014

King Thanks @BarackObama #OBAMAinKL US Assistance In Search For #MH370

KUALA LUMPUR, April 26 (Bernama) -- As the hunt for a missing Malaysian plane continues in the southern Indian Ocean, Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah Tuanku Abdul has expressed Malaysia's gratitude for the United States' unwavering support and cooperation in the search operation.

Addressing a state banquet in honour of visiting US President Barack Obama Saturday night, the Malaysian monarch noted that the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 involved many nationalities, including Malaysians and Americans.

The King, who was accompanied by the Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tuanku Hajah Haminah, said the assistance rendered by the US encapsulated the close bond enjoyed by the two countries.

"Your involvement since the beginning of the search and rescue mission, and ongoing recovery operation, indeed exemplifies the strong commitment established between our two countries," said the King.

Obama, the first sitting American president in nearly 50 years to visit Malaysia, is on a three-day state visit to Malaysia, the third leg of a four-nation tour of Asia which already saw him visit Japan and South Korea. His final stop is the Philippines.

Flight MH370 with 239 people on board left the KL International Airport at 12.41am on March 8 and disappeared from radar screens about an hour later while over the South China Sea. Among the passengers were three Americans.

A multinational search for the Malaysian Boeing 777-200 plane in waters off Perth, Australia, involves the use of a US Navy's sonar-equipped autononomous underwater vehicle called Bluefin-21.

In his royal address, Tuanku Abdul Halim said he was pleased to see the ties between Malaysia and the US gaining so much traction, as over the years, their common interests and shared values had flourished.

"We're delighted that both our countries will be discussing ways to strengthen cooperation in wide-ranging areas of economy, security and defence, education, energy, science and technology, and people-to-people relations," he said.

Obama and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, who was present at tonight's event, are scheduled to hold talks and attend a working luncheon in Putrajaya on Sunday. Also present at the banquet was Najib's wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor.

Noting that economic ties between the two nations had been very strong, Tuanku Abdul Halim said the US' continuous support to Malaysia's economic growth would propel this Southeast Asian nation of 30 million people in its aspiration to reach developed nation status.

He said the US was welcome to continue working hand-in-hand with Malaysia to ensure the peace and stability of the region.

"This could be attained through the shared values of mutual respect, understanding and moderation, coupled by strong people-to-people relations, testifying both our countries' goodwill and mutual understanding," he added.

Malaysia, he said, would continue its efforts to build a strong and lasting relationship with the US as a foundation for the stability and prosperity of the two countries.

Tuanku Abdul Halim hoped that Obama would enjoy Malaysian hospitality and return to the US with fond memories of the country.

"We hope your visit to Malaysia is both meaningful and memorable. We pray for your continued good health, as well as that of your family, and for the people of the US," he concluded.

-- BERNAMA


Presiden @BarackObama Akan Menoreh Getah Di Malaysia? #OBAMAinKL

Barack Obama secara rasminya datang ke Malaysia pada jam 5.00 petang tadi. Lawatan bersejarah Obama ke Malaysia selepas hampir setengah abad lawatan Presiden Amerika Syarikat sebelum ini.

Apakah signifikan lawatan presiden Amerika Syarikat sebelum ini? FELDA L.B. Johnson ataupun Kampung L.B .Johnson merupakan sebuah pekan kecil di Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. FELDA L.B. Johnson dinamakan bersempena bekas Presiden Amerika Syarikat, Lyndon B. Johnson, yang melawati kampung itu pada 1966.

Ianya merupakan antara tempat yang dilawatinya dalam rombongan untuk mengeratkan hubungan dua hala antara Amerika Syarikat dan Malaysia pada masa itu.

Lawatan tiga hari Obama ke Malaysia adalah yang pertama oleh seorang Presiden Amerika yang memegang jawatan, dalam tempoh 48 tahun selepas lawatan Presiden Lyndon B. Johnson, pada 1966.

Moga lawatan ini memberi impak positif untuk mengerat hubungan diplomasi Malaysia serta memperkukuh kerjasama bagi kepentingan rakyat. Kali ini Obama tidak akan menoreh getah seperti Lyndon Johnson lagi, esok Obama akan ke Universiti Malaya untuk berkongsi ilmu bagi manfaat bersama.





Gambar @BarackObama Di Parlimen Malaysia #OBAMAinKL















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Hudud : DAP Gesa PAS Keluar Pakatan Rakyat



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Friday, April 25, 2014