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Himpunan rakyat bersatu atau himpunan maruah Melayu?  – Zasyaf Ishak
Published: 2 September 2015 3:36 PM

Di ruang maya ini, sudah banyak analisa dilakukan terhadap himpunan Bersih 4.0 yang baru lalu. Macam-macam ulasan. Analisa yang dirasakan paling afdal dan kononnya sahih, adalah ia sudah menjadi rali kaum Cina untuk menidakkan pentadbiran kerajaan (Melayu).

Pada pandangan mata kasar, analisa itu mungkin benar. Tetapi masih lagi tidak mampu meletakkan angka/peratusan sebenar penglibatan orang Melayu.

Apakah komposisi Melayu hanya setakat 20%, 25% atau berapa? Jika itu peratusannya, nyata perhimpunan Bersih tidak mencapai takat pencapaian ekonomi Bumiputera pun – iaitu 30%.

Apakah petanda ini bagus kepada politik Cina? Atau ini petanda kembalinya Melayu bersolidariti dengan kerajaan yang lalai dan tidak kompeten?

Mengapa Melayu tak turun?

Apakah dengan angka kurang 20% itu, maka kerajaan bolehlah menggembar-gemburkan berita jadian yang sokongan 80 % Melayu sudah solid dan utuh bersama kerajaan sedia ada.

Jika berlaku pilihan raya, daripada 10 orang Melayu, hanya 2 yang tidak menyokong, sementara 8 lagi akan memberikan taat setia kepada kerajaan?

Melayu tidak turun itu tidak boleh disabitkan yang mereka menyokong kerajaan. Ada Melayu yang takat menyampahnya sudah ke tahap tidak boleh melihat muka.

Malah jika ada iklan dahi berkerut selepas sembang kosong dengan rakan-rakan, 'Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!' itu pun sudah mendatangkan mual yang tidak keruan.

Melayu pun tahu rasa benci. Melayu pun bosan dan kecewa dengan fiil pemerintah yang bermuka toya. Melayu pun sakit hati dengan budaya berbelanja boros, sedang rakyat masih bertatih mengurus ekonomi rumah tangga.

Melayu tidak turun, tidak bermaksud kerana Melayu sudah reda dan menganggap kepimpinan palsu, lemah, “membangsatkan” lagi toya, sebagai ujian Allah SWT.

Firman Allah SWT di dalam surah al Ankabut, ayat 2 yang bermaksud:

"Patutkah manusia menyangka mereka akan dibiarkan dengan hanya berkata, 'Kami beriman', sedang mereka tidak diuji dengan (sesuatu cubaan)?"

Apakah ini ujian Allah kepada bangsa Melayu dan umat Islam. Setelah 58 tahun merdeka, nah, 6 tahun ini dapatlah kalian kepimpinan yang longgar iman dan cemerkap pengurusan. Mungkin juga!

Jadi, tak perlulah agaknya bangga diri dengan mengatakan Melayu masih bersamamu sedangkan hakikatnya tidak begitu.

Himpunan maruah Melayu?

Maka itu, timbullah idea yang umat Melayu mesti mengembalikan maruahnya yang tercalar kerana Cina sudah membuktikan mereka bisa berteriak di jalanan. Himpunan kuning mesti dilawan. Mahu dilawan dengan apa?

Pantas, kita kaitkan sahaja ini sebagai himpunan menjaga maruah yang kononnya tercalar.

Sahabat Melayuku,

Sebenarnya maruahmu sudah lama tercalar. Calar dan robek, kerana jiwa perjuanganmu sudah diisi dengan tebal poket dan ketoyaanmu menerima kepimpinan yang lemah dan tidak kompeten.

Kita yang merelakan “maruah” kita tercalar apabila kita beria-ia mengangkat kepimpinan yang merintih dermawan Arab untuk memenangi pilihan raya.

Kita yang merelakan “maruah” kita dinodai kerana memaafkan negeri ini dikembalikan kepada sistem “residen” yang menjaga usaha komunikasi kerajaan.

Kita yang bertepuk sakan apabila kaya sekejap dengan BR1M dan pemberian yang menjadi pengubat kemarahan.

Bagi mengelakkan kita kekal tolol, maka adalah sahabat Melayu kita yang bijak, mahu memposisikan diri di hadapan, atas nama kononnya menjaga maruah Melayu.

Fakta sebenar, mungkin sahaja mereka yang membenarkan kita dinodai selama ini.

Terpulang, jika kamu merasakan dengan turun memakai baju merah di Bukit Bintang dan Petaling Street itu mengembalikan maruah dan martabat, maka teruskanlah.

Jika kamu merasakan mengalir darah anak Cina di Low Yatt itu membawa kebahagiaan sebagai kaum Melayu; nak aku apakan.

Namun harus aku ingatkan, kepada Melayu yang berbinkan “permainan sukan”, mahupun lelaki separa Melayu yang berbinkan “restoran sendiri” – kalian adalah perlambangan level IQ dan EQ Melayu mutakhir ini.

Jangan basahkan lidah kalian dengan kata perjuangan Melayu, kerana semuanya dilakukan atas nama dan kepentingan diri sendiri.

Siapapun di belakang kalian, mereka juga tidak punya kematangan pemikiran. Mereka terdesak, untuk mengaitkan perjuangan Melayu bagi menjaga punggung sendiri.

Sudah-sudahlah dibodohkan Melayu dengan acara tolol yang berjemaah ini. Kami hanya ingin hidup tenang dan harmoni. Kami hanya ingin mencari rezeki yang sedikit di bumi bertuah ini.

Kami sedikitpun tidak rasa terhina dengan himpunan baju kuning. Malah, kami merasakan mereka jauh lebih berani daripada kami yang hanya jadi pemerhati.

Benar, kami juga tidak setuju dengan perbuatan memijak wajah pemimpin. Bab itu, kita bersama.

Namun itu tidak bermakna kita perlu berarak dan membuat onar yang sama.

Kalau himpunan maruah ini bertujuan menjulang nama peribadi dan parti, percayalah ia akan hanya menambah hanyir, busuk dan bacin kepimpinan yang ada.

Sudah-sudahlah. Apa kalian tidak takut dosa memperbodohkan bangsa sendiri? Kalaupun jahil dan bodoh, tak bolehkah ambil pendekatan nafsi-nafsi.

Jika himpunan menjaga maruah inilah respons paling bijak yang mampu kita fikirkan, ia suatu hakikat yang amat menyedihkan. Kurang benar agaknya kaum kita ini menggunakan akal dan otak, atau sel sudah banyak rosak kerana terlalu kerap menelan Catuaba dan Viagra.

Mungkin sudah perlu kita jadikan minyak lintah sebagai gel rambut. Supaya kaum Melayu kita jadi senonoh dan lebih bijak. – 2 September, 2015.

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Mah, you don't have to go to the ground. Just eat bread and butter everyday for one year. Then, you will truly feel half of rakyat's burden.
Set aside bickering, politicking in facing tough year, says Gerakan chief

BY MELATI A. JALIL

Published: 8 February 2016 1:20 PM

Gerakan president Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong today urged politicians to set aside politicking and focus on bread-and-butter issues that affect the people.

In his Lunar New Year message, he said Malaysians too, should set aside differences in facing a tough year ahead.

"We hope that the year of monkey will be a good year, we should reduce politicking as the country is facing a lot of issues,"

"We politicians always talk about politics, but when I go to the ground, everyone talks about cost of living and how tough it is," he said at a press conference after attending Gerakan's Chinese New Year open house in Cheras.

He said the government had taken this issue into consideration as a committee led by the prime minister has been set up to address it.

"And this is the issue we want to focus on so that our country can enjoy development.

"We should put aside our political differences, we want more trade and investments. If we quarrel with one another, then investors and tourists will be worried."

Mah said Malaysians needed to work harder to stand together for the betterment of the nation.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak late last month announced a revision of Budget 2016 to accommodate #Malaysia's falling revenue from lower oil prices and uncertainties in the global economy.

Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan recently said that there was no possibility for the cost of living to go down as this was the reality faced all over the world.

He advised Malaysians to change their attitudes in order to cope with the current economic lifestyle and look for ways to supplement their income. – February 8, 2016.

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Survivors pulled alive from Taiwan quake rubble

Published: 8 February 2016 7:27 PM

Four survivors were today pulled alive from the rubble of an apartment complex felled by an earthquake in Taiwan, as questions intensified over why the building collapsed.

An eight-year-old girl and 28-year-old woman were the latest to be pulled from the rubble, AFP reporters at the scene said.

A man and a woman were also rescued earlier in the day as emergency workers scrabbled to find more than 100 residents still missing, over 60 hours since the building toppled.

Prosecutors have launched an investigation into why the Wei-kuan building in the southern city of Tainan collapsed.

Images from the site showed metal cans and foam used inside the concrete framework of the building, raising questions over the safety of the construction. 

The mayor of Tainan, William Lai, said survivors and relatives had reported building violations. 

The 6.4-magnitude quake left 37 confirmed dead, most of them from the apartment complex which was the only high-rise in the city to completely collapse.

Rescuers told earlier today how they took more than 20 hours to free one survivor, 40-year-old Lee Tsong-tian, trapped by his leg.

He was eventually freed, but had to have his leg amputated.

The other survivor pulled from the rubble earlier today was Tsao Wei-ling, 45, who is in a stable condition – her husband and two-year-old child were pulled dead from the rubble, officials at the site said, with a search ongoing for five other members of her family trapped inside.

Safety questions

President-elect Tsai Ing-wen, who will take the reins in May, said the new government would prioritise building safety following the disaster.

"There are many old buildings across Taiwan... there should be an overall review of their resistance to earthquakes and other disasters," she said during a hospital visit to survivors. 

Local media reported the construction company that built the complex had gone out of business and questioned the materials used.

Max Lo, former president of the Taiwan Engineering and Science Association, told AFP cans and foam could acceptably be used within decorative parts of a building to reduce its weight.

"Using them in the main structure would be against the national building code," he said.

"The first floor of the building was a shopping mall. We also need to find out if the walls designed to help bolster the building were taken out to increase the shopping space," he added.

Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou said there was still hope for survivors, even beyond the first 72-hour rescue window, the most likely time for people to be found alive.

"We will carry on until the last second. The golden 72 hours of rescue is the standard, but there are many exceptions," said Ma after visiting two survivors at a Tainan hospital who were in a stable condition, with fractured bones.

One of them had lost her 10-day old baby and husband. Her two other children remain missing.

The other had lost her husband, while her son and pregnant daughter-in-law are missing.

"Many people are still trapped and our hearts are sinking," said Ma.

Cranes, drills, ladders, sniffer dogs and life detector equipment are being used to trace and extract the trapped, though with the building precarious, emergency workers and soldiers have also had to spend time bolstering the ruins.

Rescuers are set to start using diggers and extractors to remove giant concrete slabs once they have ensured all residents from the upper parts of the rubble have been freed.

Traditionally a time of celebration and reunion, officials say many relatives would have joined their families in the Wei-kuan complex to enjoy the holidays, upping the number inside.

Now, they endure a grim wait at the site for news of the missing.

Hung Yueh-yu said his brother was rescued on the first day, but his sister-in law and nephew are trapped.

"I'm worried and I will keep waiting for their news – I think rescuers are working really hard. I'm hoping for the best," he said. – AFP, February 8, 2016.

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Wang dalam akaun Najib untuk pelaburan, bukan derma, kata menteri Arab

Published: 6 February 2016 11:31 AM

Menteri Luar Arab Saudi Adel al-Jubeir tidak fikir wang AS$681 juta yang dimasukkan ke akaun bank Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak adalah dari kerajaan negara itu atau ia satu sumbangan politik, lapor New York Times (NYT).

Beliau juga dilaporkan berkata, wang itu disalurkan kepada sebuah "pelaburan di #Malaysia".

"It is a private Saudi citizen, I believe, and the funds went to an investment in #Malaysia (Ia adalah warga Saudi, saya percaya, dan dana itu diberi kepada satu pelaburan di #Malaysia)," katanya dalam satu temu bual dengan NYT disiarkan semalam .

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Funds in Najib’s accounts an investment, not donation, says Saudi minister

Published: 6 February 2016 10:54 AM

Saudi Foreign Affairs Minister Adel al-Jubeir does not think that the US$681 million which made its way into Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s bank account was from the Saudi government or that it was a political donation, The New York Times reports today.

He was also quoted as saying the money went to an “investment in #Malaysia”.

“It is a private Saudi citizen, I believe, and the funds went to an investment in #Malaysia,” he said in an interview with the NYT published yesterday.

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Najib, Zahid attend MCA’s Chinese New Year open house

Published: 8 February 2016 5:07 PM

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor today attended the Chinese New Year Open House organised by MCA.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi also attended the event held at the Wisma MCA, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.

Najib, Rosmah and Zahid, who were attired in red, were greeted on arrival at the Wisma MCA grounds by MCA top leadership line-up, headed by its president, Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, and were entertained by a lion dance performance.

They spent more than half-an-hour at the event, joined the other top leaders of Barisan Nasional (BN) including Liow, Gerakan president Datuk Mah Siew Keong and MIC president Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam, who took part in the "yee sang", the main dish during the festival which is considered to bring good luck.

Also present at the event were MCA deputy president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong, Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed, Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Aziz Kaprawi and Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Chua Tee Yong.

Guests from the various races and foreign tourists also joined in the merriment while witnessing the cultural performances, songs and martial arts demonstrations.

Najib, when approached by reporters, in his short speech, wished a Happy Chinese New Year to all Malaysians especially from the Chinese community.

This year is the Year of the Fire Monkey.

Zahid when met by reporters at Wisma MCA said the Chinese community must return to BN to strengthen efforts to bring prosperity to the country.

"In the #yearoftheMonkey we are more prosperous. Political and economic problems can be resolved and I hope the Chinese community will return to the government," he said.

Liow, meanwhile, said the Chinese community need not worry about whatever problems within the party because the matter could be resolved internally.

"There should not be any move to further split the party, the party is united, I am sure the delegates want the party to be united," he said.

The transport minister said as MCA president, he would continue to do his best to unite the party.

"We are focusing on strengthening the party campaign and it involves all the Chinese community throughout the nation," said Liow.

Dr Subramaniam meanwhile said in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebrations, solidarity among the people throughout the country must be strengthened to push the country to a higher level.

Meanwhile at a separate event, Najib and his wife attended the Gerakan open house at the PGRM Tower.

Najib spent almost an hour at the event where he also had the opportunity to complete a calligraphy which meant "Get Happiness and Welcome Prosperity" besides taking part in the "lou sang".

Mah later said he hoped the #yearoftheMonkey would give strength for the nation to face whatever challenges.

"This year we forsee a lot of challenges will be faced by our country, expecially with the new policy announcement, but we hope with the year 2016, the #yearoftheMonkey, we could overcome all the challenges.

"We hope everyone can reduce political talks and concentrate on efforts to assist the people and develop the country, strengthen the economy especially now that we have started the Asean community besides signing the Trans Pacific
Partnership Agreement (TPPA)," he added. – Bernama, February 8, 2016.

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Busy with #Sarawak polls, Seputeh MP releases CNY clip sans satire

BY JENNIFER GOMEZ

Published: 6 February 2016 6:44 PM

After courting controversy over her Chinese New Year satirical video two years ago, DAP lawmaker Teresa Kok is out with her latest clip, but without any satire this time.

Posting the 19-second clip on her Facebook page, the Seputeh MP urged the people to unite in the fight against evil.  

"Unity is strength. Be united in fighting for good and against evil.

"Let's make the Year of Monkey a good year for the nation and for all Malaysians," she wrote on her Facebook page in the note accompanying her video clip.

In the video, Kok – accompanied by members of her team standing with her and dressed in traditional Chinese costumes – is seen giving  a short but enigmatic script in Mandarin with subtitles in Malay which read: Selagi kita bersatu padu, rakyat biasa pun boleh menewaskan kuasa yang paling jahat (As long as we unite, even ordinary citizens can defeat the most notorious power).

When asked the reason for her short clip this year, Kok said it was because she was busy with the #Sarawak elections.

"This year my colleagues and I have decided to do a short video with a simple message, that is, unity is strength and everyone should be united to fight for good and against evils so that the Year of the Monkey will be a good year for all Malaysians.

"I am quite busy with my work for Sarawak elections campaign, need to channel my energy in more important issues," she told The Malaysian Insider in a WhatsApp message.

Kok was charged under the Sedition Act on May 6, 2014, for her controversial 11-minute satirical clip during Chinese New Year that year, titled “Onederful #Malaysia CNY 2014”.

The video caused a stir among government supporters who saw it as an affront to #Malaysia and its leaders, culminating in violent threats against Kok.

She was accused of insulting Malays, the security forces, and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, in the video.

Although she had clarified that she was not insulting anyone, she received a barrage of insults and more than 300 police reports were lodged against her. 

In addition, a coalition of Muslim non-governmental organisations in #KualaLumpur held a protest, slaughtered two chickens and offered a RM1,200 reward to anyone who slapped her as a sign of their anger towards Pakatan Rakyat leaders for allegedly insulting the Malay leadership and Islam.  

In November last year, however, Attorney General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali ordered the charge against the lawmaker to be dropped. – February 6, 2016.

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Killed three Zika mozzies in the bathroom on second day of #ChineseNewYear.
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Raya Cina sudah mari,
Balik kampung banyak happy,
Panggil member cari kaki,
Mari rumah saya main judi🀄!

Kambing🐑 pergi, Monyet 🐒mari,
Soi pergi, Ong mari,
Tahun lepas sudah pergi,
Tahun ini mesti happy.

Kena magnum kena loteri,
Dalam bank banyak money💰,
Badan sihat tiap-tiap hari,
Hari hari senyum tak ada rugi.
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