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Saturday, October 25, 2014

(4 GAMBAR) INILAH AKIBATNYA APABILA GADIS CANTIK DAN SEKSI TERTIDUR DALAM BAS TELAH DI SKODENG



Inilah yang biasanya terjadi pada seorang gadis jika mereka tertidur dalam 
bas sementara menunggu sampai ke destinasi...saksikan...zommm...




Remaja Melayu Kini Sudah Semakin Parah dan Melampau (3 GAMBAR)


Remaja Melayu Kini Sudah Semakin Parah dan Melampau (3 GAMBAR) | Rasa sedih ada, nak marah pun ada malah lagi banyak bila tengok cara budak-budak sekarang yang makin menipis rasa malu.
Jika sebelum ini ada video remaja baru nak akil baligh dah pandai luahkan sayang melangit pada kekasih, sejak akhir-akhir ini makin ramai pula menggunakan gambar untuk berkongsi perkara serupa.

Yang tak tahan tu, paparkan gambar mencium kekasih lepas itu siap minta didoakan semoga hubungan mereka kekal.Apa kejadahnya campur adukkan doa dengan perkara maksiat dik? Mustahil asas agama pun tak tahu, kan.


Yang ini pula, gambar tengah ‘comolot’ baik punya pun nak dimuatnaik di Facebook. Apa agaknya yang ada dalam fikiran saat mereka menekan butang share ye?

Mungkin mereka rasa perbuatan ini sesuatu yang urban lagi hip untuk dipertontonkan agaknya.
Mungkinkah mereka lupa, kalau pun mereka tidak ada rasa malu tapi keluarga terutama ibu bapa pasti ada perasaan begitu jika melihat anak yang baru setahun jagung sudah ‘advance’ sampai begini rupa di belakang mereka.

Silap-silap yang sedap anak yang tak tahu malu ini tapi yang bakal dipersalahkan sah-sah ibu bapa padahal depan mereka si anak mungkin pijak semut pun tak mati.


Di bawah ini pula, tersilap menimbang perkara yang betul dan salah. Memanglah gambar yang dimuatnaik bukan gambar dengan bukan muhrim tapi sedar tak sedar, apa dilakukannya menghampiri dosa yang lebih besar.

Kononnya daripada dicium lelaki lebih baik berciuman dengan sesama jenis.



Kesimpulannya tak kisahlah bagaimana posisi mahu pun alasan gambar dimuatnaik, budak-budak zaman sekarang nampaknya makin nipis akhlak, iman dan malu.

Bayangkan yang anda tonton ini adik beradik atau anak sendiri, apa agaknya yang bakal budak-budak ini terima bila balik rumah nanti? - suarainsan

ISIS Makin Ganas (Gambar)

Mayat mangsa ISIS bergelimpangan di bandar Raqqa.
KEKEJAMAN militan Negara Islam Iraq dan Syria (ISIS) yang menguasai sekitar bandar Raqqa semakin menjadi-jadi.

Tanpa belas kasihan kumpulan pengganas itu melakukan pembunuhan setiap hari sama ada membabitkan orang awam atau anggota tentera Syria.

Terkini, beberapa mayat bergelimpangan laluan pejalan kaki di bandar Raqqa.
Antara mayat yang kepalanya ditusuk pada besi pagar.
Lebih mengerikan apabila kepala beberapa mangsa tertusuk pada besi pagar, manakala ada yang badannya diikat pada pagar di tepi jalan.
Mayat orang awam dan tentera yang menjadi mangsa kekejaman ISIS.
Suasana yang menggambarkan perlakuan tidak berperikemanusiaan itu mencetuskan rasa takut terutama di kalangan wanita dan kanak-kanak.

Bagaimanapun di kawasan lain di bandar itu, ada pihak yang bertindak mempengaruhi kanak-kanak supaya menyertai kumpulan militan itu.

"Lebih baik sertai kami, jika tidak kamu akan menjadi antara yang dibunuh nanti," ugut anggota kumpulan itu kepada sekumpulan remaja.
-mstar-

MP Ariff says Najib lacks smarts

He can't grasp the bigger picture of nation building.
najib300PETALING JAYA: Raub MP Mohd Ariff Sabri Abdul Aziz, in his continuing attack on Najib Razak’s leadership of the country, has said the Prime Minister lacked intellectual rigour.
That is why, said the DAP man in his latest blog entry, Najib “can’t grasp the bigger picture of nation building, which requires more democracy where it is needed, order when it is appropriately required [and] a corruption-free civil service”.
He mocked Najib’s transformation programmes as “acronymic initiatives” and “a series of marketing gimmicks”.
“After five years, the country has not transformed into what the various acronyms promised. The country is divided along racial, religious, and social lines; the security of this country breached so many times,” he said.
He also accused the Prime Minister of neglecting to take “tough measures” when necessary, such as when Jakim officials defied civil authorities.
“Najib should have these people arrested,” he said. “Not doing so has created uncertainty over the laws of this nation. This is not an Islamic state. I am sorry to say this to my Muslim brothers in Malaysia.”
Ariff alleged that Najib has done “nothing” about the “non-extraordinary” growth of the economy, rising public debt, the “astronomical” growth of public debt and the rise of “religious bigotry and pettiness”.
He noted that the international media saw Najib as inadequate when comparing him to newly installed Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo. “That’s humbling to us Malaysians,” he said. “Jokowi was a furniture trader. Najib is a scion of an aristocratic family, the product of British education, yet pales in comparison with Wak Jokowi.
“While Indonesia is adopting openness and meritocracy and more democracy, Malaysia is reversing. Malaysia is introverted, becoming more tight fisted and petty. The main reason for this reversal is the weak leadership of Najib. He is assertive on the wrong things and not on the fundamentals of nation building. He is expansive on the petty things and not on the factors that really contribute to the nation’s advancement.”

Muslims groups fearful of Halloween

Religious groups fear Halloween will weaken the identities of Muslim youth.
halloweenKUALA LUMPUR: Muslim groups are feeling a chill running down their spines over Halloween, a frivolous Western-inspired festival gaining popularity in Malaysia.
According to a report in Sinar Harian Online, Muslim residents in Negeri Sembilan have voiced their concerns over the decision of an international school to allow a celebration of Halloween with their students, including those who are Muslim.
The groups made their concerns known after spotting banners promoting the Halloween bash at the international school there.
Deputy president of Ikatan Guru Muslim Malaysia (IGMM) Mohd Azizee Hassan was reported to have denounced the celebration, saying it grossly clashed with local culture and traditions.
He said the celebration had the potential to weaken the identities of the Muslim students in the school despite the organisers giving their assurances there were no religious elements attached to the event.
He also said he feared holding such an event would “destroy” and “threaten” the faith of the school’s Muslim students.
Another group that has voiced its fears was Isma (Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia) who have urged the state authorities as well as Mains (Negeri Sembilan Islamic Religious Council) to keep an eye on the event.
In the US and other Western countries, Halloween is celebrated on October 31 by kids who go “trick or treating” in their neighbourhoods asking for sweets and chocolates while adults have costume parties and decorate their homes with lighted pumpkins.
In Malaysia, Halloween is simply a means to get together socially. Following the tradition overseas, guests usually dress up in costumes of all kinds and meet over dinner and drinks at each other homes or at clubs.
As in the US, Halloween carries absolutely no religious undertones here either.

Seorang ibu hamil ditinggalkan suami bersama 2 anak.

Realiti di negara neh.

Apa yang berlaku?

Semasa otw ke Seremban, gua mendapat maklumat dari sahabat Kedah. Mengenai seorang ibu hamil ditinggalkan suami bersama 2 anak. Lokasi Bunut Susu, Pasir Mas. Sewa rumah dah lama tertunggak. Makan ehsan jiran2.
Gua ada uruskan zakat sebuah syarikat hamba Allah. Taklah banyak. Tapi untuk saguhati bolehlah. Gua kontek sahabat Aktivis Kelantan. Mereka membantu. Sahabat ahli PAS turut majukan perkara ini ke Lajnah Kebajikan.
Sahabat aktivis berjumpa dengan penghulu, menyemak status laporan polis, dan mendapat persetujuan si ibu untuk dedahan media bagi tujuan bantuan. Menurut aktivis, ibu mertuanya di Machang. Dan meminta si ibu dan anak-anak pulang ke Kedah.
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2. Simpanan sedikit untuk kehidupan baru di Kedah.
3. Simpanan untuk kelahiran anak. Pemeriksaan mendapati anak lelaki. Tetapi kedudukan bayi songsang.
Untuk itu, kepada yang mahu menghulurkan bantuan, bolehlah berbuat demikian ke :
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Eh. Jap. Mana gambar budak2 melayu peluk cium anjing tue woi? 
Owh. Sorry. Takde pun. Saja buat gempak. Marketing. Melayu kan suka baca cerita bangang dari membaca cerita rakyat2 miskin yang tertindas dan kena buli. Melayu kan suka SHARE cerita bebal. Insya-Allah. Lepas buat tajuk gempak neh peluang UNTUK orang klik tinggi, yang LIKE pun tinggi, yang respon pun tinggi, insya-Allah, lebih ramai yang terdedah dengan cerita neh sekaligus lebih banyak bantuan akan sampai untuk keluarga tersebut.
Oke.
WAKAKAKA.
Bai.

A Difficult Question for PM Najib: To Convict Anwar Ibrahim or Not ?

Support AnwarMassive Support for Anwar: A Factor?
Few would doubt that the outcome of the final appeal of Anwar Ibrahim on October 28 and 29 against his sodomy conviction will be decided by politics, not by law. More specifically, the court’s verdict will likely be determined by UMNO’s political considerations on the impact of such final judgment.
Two main factors will decide Anwar’s fate. The first is UMNO’s answer to this question: Will the jailing of Anwar be a net gain for UMNO’s political survival? The second is the outcome of the competitive influence on the Judiciary between Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and the conservative faction led by former Premier Mahathir Mohamad.
Imprisoning Anwar will save UMNO?
Will UMNO be safe after Anwar is put away to prison? It is the popular believe that once Anwar is jailed, the alliance of Pakatan Rakyat will disintegrate. Many in UMNO think that without the cementing factor of Anwar, DAP and PAS will part company due to their ideological differences over mainly religious issues. Such common notion is strengthened by the errant conduct of PAS in the recent Selangor crisis.
However, a closer look into that event will reveal that the trouble created by PAS was mainly caused by PAS President Hadi Awang and the conservative ulama, who seemed bent on going loggerheads with  PKR and DAP in the choice of MB for Selangor, despite being opposed by the party’s progressive and pro-Pakatan faction.
Though Hadi had managed to overrule the progressives in that episode, the latter were clearly in the majority in the central committee which is the party’s highest body for political decision making and implementation.
It is plain to all that Hadi’s (left)) extremist and reactionary stance on religion and politics, which has alienated both PKR and DAP and rejected by all non-Muslims and the moderate Muslims, is sheer political suicide for his party.  Unless Hadi changes his stance or is removed from power, PAS will be heading for obliteration in coming elections.
For this reason, I think even the conservatives will realise this unpalatable reality, given time and persuasion to chew over the fatal consequences of so decisively alienating such large and important sectors of the electorate; and the progressives who fervently believe and support the common cause of good governance and social justice of Pakatan Rakyat will surely prevail in the current power tussle and gain clear power by the next party election the latest.
When that happens, PAS will emerge stronger, so will Pakatan Rakyat, considering the excellent rapport existing between PAS’s progressive leaders and their counterparts in PKR and DAP.
The torch of Reformasi will be passed on
pakatan300Can PR hang together?
Anwar’s departure to prison will not leave a vacuum, as the Reformasi ideals are already firmly implanted into the leadership of all the component parties of Pakatan Rakyat. Neither would Anwar’s PKR party suffer a leadership deficit, as its youthful leaders are already groomed to carry on the torch of reforms without Anwar’s physical presence.
If there is any difference, Anwar in prison will only inspire and strengthen their political conviction that, come what come may, they must save the country from the seemingly unending crutches of an evil regime.
To those UMNO hardliners gleefully looking forward to what they think is the political annihilation of Anwar, I advise them to take a trip down memory lane. The last time Anwar was jailed on such sodomy charge in 1998, it caused such a torrential backlash that UMNO, for the only time in history, lost the support of the majority of Malays.  And Barisan Nasional (BN) would have been defeated in that 1999 elections, if not for the massive and unprecedented swing of Chinese support to BN.
That swing was a result of BN’s campaign of deception through a blitzkrieg on street violence against Chinese in Jakarta in the aftermath of the toppling of dictator Suharto, Mahathir’s constant warning of a May 13 style racial riot and the concocted imminence of an Islamic state under PAS.
Fifteen years on, the political scenario has much changed.  The sound and fury of the Malay masses that greeted the previous sodomy trial of Anwar is no more found in the current trial.  But, equally if not more important, is the virtual permanent alienation of Chinese electoral support for BN.
Taking the 2013 election as benchmark, where Pakatan’s 52 percent share of the popular votes is estimated to comprise 40 percent of Malays and 75-80 percent Chinese, and there were dozens of seats lost to BN on thin margins, BN can ill afford to lose even a small swath of Malay votes, keeping in mind that the massive swing of Chinese support to Pakatan in the last two general elections in 2013 and 2008 is virtually irreversible.
Is UMNO so sure that the second-time jailing of Anwar on sodomy will not incur a backlash among Malays, though understandably less sweeping than the previous occasion? The rapid advance of the social media has made our people much better informed now. If UMNO couldn’t hide the injustice against Anwar fifteen years ago, it is even less able to do the same this time.
Take it that the majority know what is going on, and it is certainly not to the credit of Najib’s leadership and government to so savagely maul Anwar yet again, with a trial which is manifestly void of merits in fact and in law. Keeping silent does not mean ignorance or approval. Beneath the calm on the surface, hazardous undercurrents could be running that may cause fatal consequences to the perpetrators of such injustice.  UMNO is hence advised to look before it leaps.
Mahathir vs Najib
Mahathir-Vs-NajibThe Games They Play
The other main factor that may impact the court verdict is the current power tussle between Najib and Mahathir. For Mahathir, it is a relatively simple decision.  Eliminate what is to him UMNO’s enemy No1 would safeguard UMNO’s hegemony, as well as dodging the day of reckoning for him personally if Anwar were to become the prime minister.
Besides, with Anwar removed from the scene, Mahathir would feel free to unleash his fury to unseat Najib without the worry of the dreaded Anwar to take advantage of UMNO’s open rift. However, Najib may have quite a different view.  Knowing that Mahathir sees Anwar as his most-feared enemy, the continued presence of Anwar in the political arena may serve as a counterweight to Mahathir’s reactionary influence to restrain him from all-out attacks against Najib’s premiership.
Another important consideration for Najib is his concern for his international image. For years, he has been painstakingly cultivating his image as a moderate leader in the international stage (at great costs to the public of course) and even launched his pet Global Movement of Moderates to buttress such credentials.
Now, what will the world make of Najib, if an internationally respected leader like Anwar is sent to prison in a notorious trial that has already been universally condemned as a great travesty of justice, transgression of human rights and democracy?  Where would Najib and his wife Rosmah (more so the latter) hide their faces at distinguished international gatherings during their frequent overseas trips?
Hence, it is not entirely impossible that Najib would prefer to see Anwar freed, or perhaps, as a compromise to UMNO’s hardliners, penalised with a fine that would bar him from election or appointment to party post for many years to come.
To sum up, Anwar’s fate at his final appeal hinges on the outcome of cross currents of UMNO’s party interests and conflicting personal interests of feuding leaders.
Will the Federal Court rule according to law?
The Federal Court--PutrajayaThe Federal Court-Putrajaya
Perhaps at this point, questions may be asked about our judges, whether they may exercise their judicial judgment strictly according to law and constitution, free of political influences. This is unlikely to happen, as the record of recent years has shown that the Federal Court has ruled in favour of the powers that be in every case where vital interest of  the latter is at stake, irrespective of whether the judgment is in conformity with the constitution and law. Such pattern of judgment was most glaringly demonstrated in the series of Federal Court decisions where the constitution was thrown to the wind to ensure BN succeeded in it’s power grab in Perak.
Having said that, miracles do happen.  Who knows the majority of judges may at the end decide to allow their judicial conscience to overrule their personal political loyalty or political bidding of others.