Pakatan Rakyat, Pluralism, Socialism And Revolusion

In Penang, a small group of people had attended a ‘Holy Book Reading’ session yesterday.

Among them was Mislina Mustaffa who had earlier participated in other illegal demonstrations organised by the oppositions such as the ‘Occupy Dataran Merdeka’ and the’ KL112′.

From Occupy Dataran Merdeka, to the HKR #KL112 and all the way to here.
From Occupy Dataran Merdeka, to the HKR #KL112 and now the ‘Holy Book reading’. Thank you Sel 13, Cucu Tok selampit and info 4 the truth for the photos.

I don’t know which holy books they were reading because I was not there.

Anyway I saw a lady wearing hijab in the photos. 

I wonder; if she is a Muslim, does she understand what she was doing?

A part of the people who attended the event.

But reading the sign below, maybe she does not understand …

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I wonder if they wrote this sign to tell that they are confused … 

This is part of Pluralism of Religions and for the Muslims, this is not the right way  to respect other religions.

And there was a sign in one of the photos below that said …

“Read it, NOT BURN IT!!

We RESPECT other RELIGIONS!!”

Who wrote this sign and why?

What issue are they referring to, and who are they accusing as the bad person?

(Please click the photos for larger image)

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Who are these people?

And look at the words written on the man’s t-shirt, ‘socialism’ and ‘revolt’. (Please read: KL112: Is PR After A Revolution? and A New Malaysian Flag – A Sign Of PR’s Revolution?

So are they part of those groups who want to start a revolution and support socialism?

Socialism has lots of similarities to communism.

So, is this a part of the oppositions’ plans to make people hate the Muslims and UMNO?

So, what will PAS leaders say about this?

Can we trust PR to uphold our Federal Constitution especially Article 3(1)?

Cancelled Freezing PTPTN for Unisel And Kuis – Will PR Thank BN?

There was a debate between Khairy Jamaluddin (BN) and Rafizi Ramli (PR) on PTPTN.

PTPTN is a loan for students to pay for their studies in colleges or universities.

Rafizi Ramli said that PTPTN is bad and should be stopped while Khairy Jamaluddin said that students need PTPTN.

Since the opposition parties (Pakatan Rakyat or PR) say NO to PTPTN the government (Barisan Nasional or BN) froze the PTPTN loan to Selangor-owned universities so that the oppositions will be happy.

But they got angry and said bad things about the government and want PTPTN to stop freezing the loan.

Isn’t that weird?

I think that the opposition do not understand what they are talking about and only want to make people hate the government.

Today PTPTN confirmed that they are giving back the loans because they pity the students since the opposition parties don’t know how to solve the problem and how to help the students.

The government also help the universities because if the students cannot pay the fees, the universities have to be closed and a lot of people will lost their jobs.

Will the opposition parties thank to the government?

I don’t think so. 

I think that the oppositions will say that the government had to give back PTPTN because they are tired of people complaining that BN is bad and if the government don’t give the loan back BN will loose in the 13th General Election. 

The conclusion is we cannot trust the opposition parties because they twist stories and tell lies to trick us.

Did UMNO Buys Tunku Abdul Aziz?

Tunku Abdul Aziz was the DAP vice-chairman and a DAP senator.

Since he made the announcement to leave DAP, some people claimed that he was bought by UMNO or Barisan Nasional.

Did Tunku Abdul Aziz was really bought by UMNO or BN?

Please read what he said to The Star:

So what do you think of the rumours that you’ve been bought?

> Tunku Aziz has been paid? The moment I expressed my view on Bersih getting involved in breaking the law, people did not stop to think about what I was against. They seem to believe that I was opposed to Bersih. And it didn’t help when my own party’s rebuke attributed my opposition in the wrong manner. To me it was a little dishonest because I feel I was rebuked for the wrong reason. I would take any rebuke like a man but there must be fairness, justice and equity. Things I have always fought for and stood for. (The Star, Wednesday May 16, 2012) Please click here for the full article.

Well, even my 14 years old big sister Kashah had been asked, “how much did they pay you?’ when she wrote an article about Bersih 3.0 🙂 Please click here.

Or is there another party who had try to buy him?

“I do not know if it was an act of compassion or the need to compensate me for the loss of the senator’s post. He offered me a senior fellowship in the Penang Institute dangling travel as an attraction. (The Star, Wednesday May 16, 2012) Please click here for the full article.

Why must people accused UMNO for buying Tunku Aziz?

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak is the 6th Prime Minister of Malaysia

Datuk Seri Najib bin Tun Razak
Datuk Seri Najib bin Tun Razak

Today the Prime Minister of Malaysia is Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak.

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak is from Barisan Nasional.

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak is the eldest son of the second Prime Minister of Malaysia.

The first Prime Minister of Malaysia is Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj (1957-1971).

The second Prime Minister of Malaysia is Tun Abdul Razak bin Hussein (1971-1976).

The third Prime Minister of Malaysia is Tun Hussein bin Onn (1976-1981).

The forth Prime Minister of Malaysia is Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad (1981-2003).

The fifth Prime Minister of Malaysia is Tun Abdullah bin Ahmad Badawi (2003-2009).

The sixth Prime Minister of Malaysia is Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak.

I think Dato’ Seri Abdullah bin Ahmad Badawi is now Tun Abdullah because he is not a Prime Minister anymore.

It’s Election Day In Kuala Terengganu Today!

It is election day in Kuala Terengganu today 🙂

The candidates are :

Datuk Wan Farid bin Wan Salleh – Barisan Nasional.

Abdul Wahid bin Endut                    – Parti Islam SeMalaysia.

Azharudin bin Mamat                        – Independent.

People can vote from 8 : 00 am to 5 : 00 pm.

The Meteorological Department forecast that it will rain in the evening.

The New Strait Times Online said that there are 6000 police during voting time today.

I don’t know why there are too many police around.

The SPR will count the votes this evening.

Election Today!

Election Today!

Tonight we shall know who is the winner.

I think  we must bring our umbrellas if we want to vote in the evening.

When I grow up I want to be a politician and win the election.

Trenganuspeak (Part 2)

Going back to Kuala Terengganu, I learnt new Trengganuspeak words :

SSona

Barisan Nasional

Pah

Pas

My big sister Kafah

Cicok

Lizard

Kuoh

Curry or soup

Teranung

Terengganu

Ttupak

Ketupat

Minyok

Oil

Rumoh

House

Burok

Old

Api

Lamp or light

Fire