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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

GST Getah Sawit Turun.. ORANG KAMPONG DAH ZIKIR SIANG MALAM

GST
Getah Sawit Turun
Sudah jadi viral pada orang kampong, tak susah untuk mereka faham dan hadam kesan GST, kehidupan yang lebih sempit ketika harga Getah Sawit Turun.



Monday, September 25, 2017

SIAPA YANG PATUT JADI MATA DAN TELINGA RAKYAT UNTUK TOLAK KERAJAAN ZALIM...

Kerajaan ada di seluruh dunia..
Kerajaan Persekutuan BN di Malaysia..
Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang..
Kerajaan Negeri Selangor .
Kerajaan Negeri Kelantan..





Salah satu istilah kerajaan sekarang ZALIM, bukan Tun yang kata, kawan kamceng Najib yang kata... Dia kata lagi " GST ADALAH KONSEP YANG ZALIM MENGIKUT ISLAM"


TOLAK KERAJAAN ZALIM






Jika ketua kerajaanya orang kapir (contoh Pulau Pinang) kalau zalim - wajib tolak - gantikan.
Jika ketua kerajaannya orang Islam (contoh Malaysia) kalau zalim - wajib tolak - gantikan.

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Definasi zalim sangat luas..
Fahami lah mengikut konsep dan ilmu masing²..
Ia bermula, dengan menzalimi diri sendiri. Diikuti menzalimi pihak lain..

Bagi sebuah kerajaan...
Adakah pemimpin anda berakhlak seperti Rasululullah..
Se amanah Khalifah Omar Al Khatab..

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Sistem Malaysia demokrasi dan raja berpelembagaan..
Pada prinsipnya:
Rakyat boleh mengekalkan kerajaan sekarang dengan mengundi BN.
Atau rakyat boleh pilih AMANAH, PKR, BERSATU membentuk kerajaan baru.

DAP bebas memilih menyokong mana mana parti (Kerajaan BN atau Kerajaan Baru) tetapi kekal minoriti dan bukan dominan.

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Tanda tanda pemerintahan zalim..

Apabila tersedar dosa menipu dan menzalimi rakyat, pemerintah dihujung kuasa akan cuba memberi tekanan kepada pesaingnya secara ugutan, tangkapan, pemenjaraan jika pujukan (dengan mulut) dan bujukan (merasuah) tidak berkesan.

Pemerintah juga kelihatan cemas dan meluru ke setiap penjuru negara atau terbang ke serata negara untuk menagih sokongan.

Mereka juga akan menangkap kambing² hitam untuk menutup kurap panau mereka sendiri dan pihak penguatkuasa diminta melakonkannya.

Pemerintah juga secara tiba² menjadi pemurah kepada rakyat dengan pelbagai insentif dan tawaran percuma.

Rakyat berhak menerimanya tetapi mungkin sudah terlewat membalasnya dalam bentuk sokongan dan undi.

Kebiasaannya rakyat tidak memaafkan sebarang bentuk kezaliman dan meminta yang bersalah diseret ke muka pengadilan.

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Bagi penyokong pemerintah yang zalim ini pula (mereka gelarkan diri mereka sendiri sebagai pecacai) apabila kehabisan ilmu dan hujah akan kelak mendapat penyakit kusta, penyakit hati dan gangguan saraf sel otak untuk berfungsi akan mula memaki hamun dan menuduh lawan mereka kapir atau ke neraka.

Hakikatnya mereka sendiri belum dijamin masuk syurga kerana terlilit dengan fitnah dan dedak.

Semoga Allah masih memberi mereka dan kita semua taufik dan hidayah, kembali ke ihdinass sirotolmustaqim.

Wallahua'alam.


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Saturday, September 23, 2017

“Do you have money to go down to Singapore?”








KUALA LUMPUR: Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad toyed with the idea of exchange controls as early as May 1998 but was met with resistance from within the National Economic Advisory Council, the Cabinet and the central bank.
This was revealed in Notes to the Prime Minister, a new book that chronicles one of the biggest challenges and triumphs in Dr Mahathir’s 22 years as Malaysia’s Prime Minister.
Notes to the Prime Minister: The Untold Story of How Malaysia Beat the Currency Speculators was launched yesterday in Kuala Lumpur by Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop. Tun Dr Mahathir was not present as he was advised by doctors to rest at home.
The book, published by MPH Publishing, is based on 45 sets of notes written between Oct 3, 1997 and Aug 21, 1998 by Nor Mohamed when he became Dr Mahathir’s unofficial and unpaid economic adviser.
The Asian financial crisis, which first engulfed Thailand in the middle of 1997, hit Malaysia soon after. Selective capital controls were imposed on Sept 1.
The book is written by veteran journalist Datuk Wong Sulong, the former business editor and group chief editor of The Star.
In an excerpt from the book, Dr Mahathir told Wong that he decided on foreign exchange controls “after Nor Mohamed explained to me how currency trading works ... millions and millions of ringgit can be transferred from a domestic account to a foreign account by a stroke of a pen ... I realised that foreign currency trading can be stopped by stopping this balance transfer.
“But I must say it was not as easy as that. We needed to do a lot of background work and monitoring and Bank Negara (needed to) set up many committees to do that to ensure that the controls were effectively implemented. (Tan Sri) Dr Zeti (Akhtar Aziz, then deputy governor of Bank Negara) did a lot in that respect and also in the economic recovery.”
Notes to the Prime Minister is not only a valuable lesson on how Malaysia took unorthodox steps to solve the Asian financial crisis but it is also a story of how two Malaysians met halfway around the world and came up with the Malaysian solution to the Asian financial crisis.
It is an intriguing story of how Nor Mohamed, then chief executive officer of Mun Loong Bhd, was summoned by Dr Mahathir to meet him in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Oct 2, 1997. The first set of those notes was written a day later, on Oct 3.
Prior to this unique flow of notes, Nor Mohamed was a Bank Negara adviser.
His expertise in foreign exchange landed him and then Bank Negara governor Tan Sri Jaafar Hussein in trouble. Both of them resigned to take responsibility for Bank Negara’s speculation on foreign exchange losses that went into billions of ringgit in the early 1990s. Nor Mohamed joined the private sector after that.
Said Nor Mohamed at the launch: “We learn in history that sometimes the lives of individuals and the fate of nations hinge on a millimetre’s difference in the trajectory of a bullet, a road not taken on a whim, or the random stray of a shrapnel.
“In my case, my fate was sealed ... by the turn of a head – Tun Dr Mahathir’s ... It was a sunny afternoon in September 1997, when the PM’s motorcade was speeding along the streets of Kuala Lumpur.
“At one junction, as the motorcade slowed, Tun Dr Mahathir turned his head to look out. And he saw a forlorn-looking man walking towards a row of shops for lunch. That forlornlooking man was me!”
Nor Mohamed was summoned a few days later to go to Argentina. In April 1998, Nor Mohamed resigned from Mun Loong to concentrate on being Dr Mahathir’s unofficial adviser.
During that period of assessement, Nor Mohamed went to Singapore to observe the operations of Central Limit Order Book (CLOB), a board on the Singapore Stock Exchange which dealt with a great number of Malaysian shares. Dr Mahathir felt that Malaysia’s currency crisis could not be solved as long as CLOB exists.
Dr Mahathir, aware that his adviser was unemployed, asked: “Do you have money to go down to Singapore?” Nor Mohamed laughed and assured him that the trip would not cost a lot of money. The rest, as they say, is history.
As for Wong, who shares a deep liking for Nor Mohamed, he was asked by his friend to write the book.
“I felt a sense of excitement and a heavy responsibility. These notes had never seen daylight and it shed a new light (on more than just the economic and political aspects of this country). 
You have to tell a story as honestly as possibile, but not technically, because it has to appeal to the average reader. So that was my dual challenge.”

Ini baru pulang dari umrah, bukan dari US pun