Thursday, November 7, 2019

UNTUK MENANG PRK KENAPA PERLU UMNO ZALIM NELAYAN TANJUNG PI AI..


Belajar dari PAS dan nik aziz... serulah NELAYAN....Kerajaan bagi ambik, pangkah pembangkang..

Tg Piai: Pembangkang mahu SPR larang kerajaan PH beri RM1,000 kepada nelayan semasa kempen: Menteri Besar Johor Dr Sahruddin Jamal berkata, 1,513 nelayan di kawasan Johor Selatan, termasuk 544 di Tanjung Piai akan iberi bantuan khas RM1,000 bermula minggu depan.

11 comments:

  1. Masa prk dapat macam2...lepas prk pandai2 lah nak hidup...

    BN dan PH serupa...rasuah dedak halal musim pilihanraya...

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  2. Macai Umno jeles tu Sebab taK dpt jugak. Biase la melayu umno, keje malas, Tau nak free je. Dlm blog ni pun ade gak seko, dari dulu Aku Suruh keje. Sampai bila nak makan duit hasil memfitnah org. La ni tuhan Dah humban keluar Dari kuasa pun tak sedar diri lagi... Tu je beno nye. Cuba offer utk Macai sekali. Tentu senyap. TaK Caya try buat. Ingat kalau Tun offer brim Lebih skit Dari najib, jgn kate Kaki tun, Kaki dap pun Dia akan cium punya. Bukan susah nak kenal macai umno ni. Semua RM je... Ringgit Malaysia ye. Bukan rosmah mansur... Jauh sekali Adnan mansur...

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    1. Pru15 PH plak di humban...lebih teruk dari BN...

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    2. Aduuus, tepat sekali panahan bro pomen. Macam Robin Hood yang memanah.

      Tapi biasalah macai-macai pendedak ni. Depa mana tau malu. Bg depa sapa lempar dedak, dia tu lah depa sokong walaupun terpaksa putar belit konar baring. Janji dedak masyuk. Sebab tu lah semua pendedak ni hanya berminda lobak dan berakal lalok.

      Wang dedak boleh membeli sebahagian manusia tetapi wang dedak takkan mampu membeli kesemua manusia, sama ada bekalan dedak habis dahulu atau pasaran dah tak memerlukan dedak tu. Sebab tu lah UmNO telah tewas.

      Jiwa orang-orang UmNO ni punyalah terikat dengan wang dan duit sampaikan depa takut kalau PH bagi sumbangan kepada nelayan, nanti nelayan takkan sokong depa. Depa ingat semua orang pun macam depa, menyokong disebabkan wang dan dedak yang ditabur.

      Dulu pun UmNO tabur macam-macam lah juga tapi tewas jugak. UmNO takkan mampu bermuhasabah apatah lagi untuk sedar diri.

      Kalau dah takut sangat, mintalah Jibby, Jahid, Isa dan Kunan yang masing-masing kaya raya luar biasa tu tabur sorang sikit juga kat nelayan-nelayan tu. Apalah sangat ratusan ribu berbanding duit depa yang berbilion-bilion tu.

      Salam Jumaat.

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    3. Saya mau berkongsi maklumat yg amat teruja & membanggakan....

      TUN MAHATHIR MENGKAGUMKAN DI PERSIDANGAN ASEAN, BANGKOK.
      AMERIKA & INDIA DIPERMALUKAN - HEBAT SUNGGUH TUN
      Mahathir captivates international audience at Asean summit

      November 8, 2019 @ 9:43am
      BANGKOK:
      When Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad spoke at a dialogue session at the Asean Business and Investment Summit (ABIS) last Saturday on the sidelines of the just concluded 35th Asean Summit here, he called for the 10-Asean nations to speak with one voice on the global stage to avoid being bullied, by developed nations in particular.

      The outspoken and no-nonsense Malaysian prime minister made Asean’s stand very clear – Asean, with its 650 million population is a big global market and does not want to go into a trade war.

      “If they do something not nice to us, we have to be un-nice to them,” said the statesman during a 45-minute dialogue session held at the IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Centre at Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi.

      The 94-year-old politician’s sharp and analytical views on various current issues again captured the participants’ attention.

      “I love your prime minister.” “He is a sharp and outstanding leader” were the responses that came from a cross-section of local and foreign media covering the dialogue session moderated by ASEAN Business Advisory Council chairman Arin Jira.

      Dr Mahathir’s views on the US-China trade war at the ABIS 2019 were frank and could not be sidestepped. Although not officially remarked, many leaders to the Summit had expressed concern over its damaging impact on the global economy.

      “They felt that the prolong spat is disrupting the growth of trade and economy in the region. They would like to have a peaceful world where people can trade with everyone. I hope it can be resolved one way or another,” Dr Mahathir had said, adding that trade nations should return to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) principles.

      Dr Mahathir’s views were also shared by Chinese premier Li Keqiang, who at the Asean-China Summit had highlighted the need to uphold multilateralism and free trade in the wake of the mounting downward pressure on the global economy and new challenges, China state-owned news agency, Xinhua reported.

      The second and final summit hosted by Thailand as this year’s Asean Chair, also marked a significant accomplishment with the conclusion of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) negotiations by all participating countries on Monday, leaving India out of the deal, after seven years of negotiations.

      After 28 rounds of negotiations and 18 ministerial meetings spanning about seven years, the negotiations were successfully wrapped up at the 35th Asean Summit. The deal is expected to be signed next year.

      The 15-RCEP participating countries - all 10 Asean countries and five non-member states - China, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand have concluded text-based negotiations for all 20 chapters and essentially all their market access issues; and tasked legal scrubbing by them to commence for signing in 2020.

      India has decided to pull out for now over concerns of several terms in the deal including protection of its domestic industry and influx of goods imported from China in its market.

      With India onboard, RCEP would have been the largest trade pact in the world, accounting a total of US$49.5 trillion in combined GDP and covering half of the global population.

      However without India, an analyst believed it is still the largest to date, albeit reduced in coverage and breadth.

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  3. Dulu ada 'aji umno motto' guna taja duit harami yahudi Goldman Sachs perolehan pinjaman riba 1mdb untuk sogok mendapat sokongan.

    Mai aiii, kini pulak dahh ada "aji lebai MCA Jek Seng', sumber datzng ntah dari aper & mana untuk beli undi di Tg Piai.

    Dah buang ketebiat nak mamposss kerr puak2 'Dolat Terpendam-pendam' nih.....??

    He he he

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  4. Malaysia Baru Logic

    https://www.facebook.com/100029303634023/posts/218141005839352/

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  5. Pembangkang mahu agar parti kerajaan menghormati dan mengimplimenkan peraturan dan undang-undang pilihanraya. bagaimanapun, pembangkang bukan ada kapasiti mengarah dan membatalkan apa-apa dedak yang ditabur dalam prk kali ini. Kalau spr keluarkan arahan, ok. Kalau spr tak buat apa-apapun ok jugak. Paling tidak, himpitan ekonomi kepada rakyat Tg. Piai selama 18 bulan sejak kerajaan bertukar tangan ada sedikit keredaan walaupun hanya seketika. Masa mengundi nanti pandai-pandai la pilih cara nak mengajar yang kuat kencing. Bodoh la siapa tak nak ambik duit yang di tabur. Semua itu kan duit cukai daripada rakyat. Dalam majlis kawin, gula-gula yang entah berapa sen harga diapun berebut orang ambil. Kalau budak-budak takpe jugak, orang tuapun sama naik. Sesekali ada prk, meriah macam tu. Yang haram dulu halal sekarang. Hukum boleh pulak diubah-ubah ikut keperluan. Macam-macam.

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    1. Sdra Usin...

      Jika kamu tak faham proses perundangan, lebih baik toksah komen agar kamu tak kelihatan macam badut.

      Dah saya nyatakakan keputusan pendakwaan menggugurkan dua pertuduhan tambahan berkaitan LTTE terhadap ADUN DAP, P Gunasekaran yg sudah pun berdepan pertuduhan yang serupa, yang mana jika disabit bersalah boleh berdepan hukuman penjara seumur hidup.

      Tambahan pula, sebelum ini Pesuruhjaya Kehakiman Datuk Ahmad Shahrir Mohd Salleh ketika membuat keputusan itu berkata permohonan dikemukakan kesemua pemohon kini bersifat akademik dan tidak relevan kerana mereka telah dituduh di mahkamah". Ini bertujuan untuk mengelakkan kecelaruan & pertindihan/overlapping.

      Salam dati Tg Piai.

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  6. Sambungan....

    INDIA MENERIMA PADAH BILA MENENTANG TUN MAHATHIR


    As often happens in Modi's leadership, when faced with a challenging reform decision, he blinked. There is scant support for open trade in India at the best of time. But over recent years Modi failed to rally even what little there was.

    This is not to exaggerate what RCEP might have achieved. The deal is shallow in its ambition, acting mostly to tidy up existing bilateral agreements. Its economic impact will be relatively small. Had India joined, its economic effect would probably neither have been a triumph nor a disaster.

    In one sense you might even argue that Modi's decision is coolly realistic. To take advantage of RCEP, India needed to focus on those complementary reforms, for instance by changing labor and taxation regulations to boost manufacturing.

    Modi might have judged that he was unlikely to be able to deliver them, or at least not at a political price he was willing to pay. Either way, it is a sad reflection on India's reforming ambitions, especially at a time when its economy is badly in need of a boost.

    It also suggests that India's long-stated ambition to become a global manufacturing powerhouse is in effect on hold, given that RCEP would have made it easier for its exporters to gain a foothold in the global value chains that dominate international production.

    The biggest downsides are geopolitical, however. In walking away India has clearly lost credibility with ASEAN. The Southeast Asian bloc waited patiently for India to join, precisely because it did not want a new trade area dominated by China.

    Modi's government says it wants to be a "leading power," shaping the rules that govern Asia. Now it has walked away from one of the region's most important new rule-setting forums. India's fear of Chinese domination is reasonable. Simply ceding ground to China at such forums is not.

    It is of course possible that Modi's decision is merely a hardball negotiating tactic. The remaining RCEP nations could regather and offer fresh concessions, tempting India to sign up next year. But the likely outcome is that RCEP will now move ahead without India, raising serious questions over its ambitions for economic leadership.

    Modi's decision raises a simpler question too: if not now, when? Having won a thumping second election victory in May, it is hard to imagine an Indian prime minister being in a stronger political position to take the kind of tough, long-term decisions RCEP represented.

    For the world, India's decision is just as worrying. Until now, it was possible, just about, to count India as part of the loose coalition of nations that favored open trade and supported the existing economic order. Modi himself gave a speech at Davos in 2018 gingerly making the case for globalization. Yet given the opportunity to put those words into action, he balked.

    Ultimately, Modi's choice carries uncomfortable echoes of Donald Trump's move to lead the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in 2017. Trump's decision did lasting damage to America's economic standing in Asia. Modi's is likely to do much the same.

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    1. PENANGAN TUN MAHATHIR DI PERSIDANGAN ASEAN, BANGKOK
      President Amerika takut bertemu muka dgn Tun M
      PM India dikecam hebat
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      It is hard to view India's decision to abandon the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership trade deal, or RCEP, as anything other than a historic blunder.

      At Monday's ASEAN Summit in Bangkok, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was expected, after years of grinding negotiation, to sign up to the 16-nation agreement. Instead, he told fellow Asian leaders that India was out.

      The result will frustrate RCEP's remaining members -- the ten nations of ASEAN, alongside Australia, Japan, New Zealand and, most significantly, China -- all of whom hoped India would join.


      But the real loser will be India itself. Modi's government now sits outside both of the trading blocs that will define Asia's future: RCEP and the 11-member Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.

      Modi's decision makes China the overwhelmingly dominant voice in a new deal, which, with India included, covered around a third of global gross domestic product. More to the point, it sends alarming signals about India's commitment to both trade and domestic economic reform more broadly.

      In private, Indian officials say RCEP's terms remained unfavorable. Joining risked a flood of cheap Chinese imports in sectors like electronics. India had tried and failed to win substantial concessions in areas like work visas for its software outsourcing sector.

      To be fair, signing up did come with risks. India ran a $58 billion trade deficit with China in 2018. That could well have increased if India jumped into RCEP but failed to introduce complementary reforms to boost domestic competitiveness. There were legitimate worries about import surges from China's state-dominated economy too.

      Having negotiated hard for years, however, India had already won concessions, including implementation delays stretching into decades and safeguards to protect sensitive sectors like agriculture. Over recent months it appeared as if Modi's officials were trying to join, deciding that RCEP was in India's economic and geopolitical interest.

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