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Anwar: Give Mandate Back To The People!
February 6, 2009, 12:03 am
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Perhimpunan Selamatkan Kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat Perak Hari Ini (5 Feb)

SEBARAN MEDIA
5 Februari 2009

Perhimpunan Selamatkan Kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat Perak Hari ini (5 Feb)

Perhimpunan 100 ribu rakyat akan diadakan hari ini (5 Feb) pada jam 7 malam di Kediaman Rasmi Menteri Besar Perak, bersama Ketua Pembangkang Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dan semua Menteri Besar Negeri Pakatan Rakyat, bagi menyatakan sokongan terhadap kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat Negeri Perak dan menuntut agar hak rakyat dikembalikan.

Berikut adalah mesej khas dari Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim buat semua penyokong Pakatan Rakyat:

“Pertahankan Kuasa Rakyat – Saya bersama Menteri Besar dan Pakatan Rakyat esok Khamis 7:30 malam di Ipoh. Saya yakin, Insyallah rakyat yang menentukan.”

Semua penyokong Pakatan Rakyat dan aktivis diminta hadir untuk memberi sokongan.

BIRO PENERANGAN PARTI KEADILAN RAKYAT



Surat Akuan Sumpah Ketua Bahagian PKR Ipoh Barat – Fauzi Muda
February 2, 2009, 10:53 pm
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Berikut adalah surat akuan sumpah yang dibuat oleh Ketua Bahagian PKR di Ipoh Barat tentang bagaimana beliau telah dicuba untuk disogok dengan duit bernilai RM50 juta oleh Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. Inilah corak politik kotor permainan Najib dan Umno yang berusaha keras untuk mengiyakan yang batil.

Sila baca surat-akuan-fauzi-muda ini untuk mengetahui dengan lebih lanjut penglibatan pihak-pihak yang berusaha mengugut dan merasuah adun-adun PKR. Sebarkan..!



Remember… Remember… 16th of September…

Remember… Remember 16th of September
(Taken and adjusted from Guy Fawkes Night’s traditional themes – And hopefully may do changes for us Malaysian…)

Remember… Remember the 16 of September
The overtaking government and plot
I know of no reason
Why overtaking the government
Should ever be forgot
Anwar for PM, Anwar for PM, t’was our intent
To kick Abdullah and his cronies out of Putrajaya
32 Parliament members and a few fellow
To prove old Malaysian’s overthrow
By God’s providence we will succeed
With a dark lantern and burning match
Holla boys, holla boys, we will be unstoppable
Holla boys, holla boys, God will save the people…!



Khairy Jamaluddin or Khairiah Binti Jamaluddin? Fagot…!!!!

I don’t know what to say. Speechless. Khary Bin Jamaluddin or Khairiah Binti Jamaluddin, Khary, Kerry or what ever it is was once a fagot and will stay that way I assume… LOL. I found this ‘very old’ pictures while surfing the net at Skuad DUN Batu Caves and Forum Tempur Politik Maya.

I remember one of my media friend once told me about the Doctor report of Saiful Bukhari sodomy accusation at Pusrawi Hospital. The doctor has up until today strongly claim that he has done a check up on Saiful and didn’t find any sodomy proove on his accusation BUT there’s another report (according to my media friend) that Saiful ‘man thing’ has the sign of someone who is actively having a homo sex behavior. Now who sodomize who? Anwar? I am with Tuan Guru Nik Aziz who 100% believe that he’s innocent. Saiful liwat Khairi? LOL… I don’t know what to say as too much of information and too much ‘conspiracy theory’ makes the news we heard every day keeps changing after one or two minutes. LOL… And according to Susan Loone, she saw Saiful Bukhari in Permatang Pauh… Now what the heck? I thought he said that his swear action held in Federal Mosque a few weeks ago was off the political issues and is solely his personal intend…

I also remember that on a few day before the SPR open up their candidates registration to fight on a Permatang Pauh parliament seat in a By-Election, UMNO has announced that their candidate will be an Umno members from Seberang Jaya, Arif Shah… If Ezam are the one to fight Anwar, I’m sure there’ll be another accusation and this time by Ezam himself telling the people that he’s been sodomized by Anwar a few time before ‘changing’ his statement to ‘one time only’…

Hahaha.. Anyway, Ladies and Gentlement, here’s Khairy Jamaluddin or better known as Khairiah in his Singapore years… Did I said Singapore? Yes! Khairy and Singapore has a lot of things that are in common… LOL!!



One Night Only In IPK Kuala Lumpur

Alhamdulillah, saudara Anwar Ibrahim sudah pun dikeluarkan dari tahanan polis pagi tadi di Ibu Pejabat Kontijen, Kuala Lumpur. Alhamdulillah, saudara Anwar tidak dicederakan oleh pihak polis cuma beliau terpaksa bermalam di atas lantai lokap dan merana sakit pinggang sekarang. Inshaallah kita bersama-sama mendoakan kesihatan, keselamatan dan kesejahteraan beliau sementara menunggu beliau mengambil alih tampuk kepimpinan kerajaan dalam masa terdekat.

To Anwar Ibrahim, the Malaysian Prime Minister in waiting, as long as you fight for the citizen rights, we will stand by your side – So keep it up right!

Anyway, here’s some pictures and videos I’ve took during last night events at IPK Kuala Lumpur… Enjoy!



Ezam Jadi Pelacur Baru UMNO?

Di kala orang-orang lama UMNO keluar parti, Ezam Mohammad Nor masuk UMNO atas alasan Abdullah Badawi sudah menggubah UMNO dan kerajaan pimpinannya… Masuk akal ke? Masa mula-mula Ezam umumkan beliau keluar dari PKR, aku agak terkejut. Tapi bila beliau masuk UMNO, aku dah jangka… Beberapa kali aku pernah menghadiri ceramah beliau sewaktu masih menerajui Pemuda Keadilan, isteri aku pun pernah turun menonton bersama. Pada ketika itu, Ezam dengan lantang berkokok memaki hamun kepimpinan UMNO dan Barisan Nasional.

Tapi hari ini, beliau sendiri berjumpa dengan Dollah Badawi sebab nak hantar borang keahlian seumur hidup. Kembalinya Ezam kedalam UMNO aku dah dapat jangka kerana pastinya ada sebab musabab Ezam meninggalkan PKR. Kata Ezam, beliau hanya tertarik kepada ‘reform’ dan atas sebab itulah beliau masuk UMNO meninggalkan GERAK dan PKR sebab PM dan suku sakat dah reform UMNO… Gerak rasa hati lebih kuat selepas skandal-skandal pertemuan Ezam dengan Khairy, Khir Toyol dan beberapa pemimpin korup dalam UMNO sebelum ni mula tersebar luas.

Ezam selama ini kuat berkokok bahawasanya beliau menyimpan 6 kotak rahsia yang mana jika dibongkarkan, maka boleh menjatuhkan UMNO. Tapi kini kotak tinggal kotak… Ezam kembali kedalam UMNO bersama 6 kotak rahsianya… Kata adik aku di TV3 dan kawan baik kepada Azmin, Ezam sememangnya ‘tak ngam’ dah lama dengan Azmin… Berebut jawatan agaknya?

Kemasukkan Ezam ke UMNO melalui Khairy juga dapat membawa beliau direct kepada Pak Lah – Melangkaui Najib Razak, Hishammudin dan anjing-anjing yang lain… Short cut la ni kut? Bila skandal-skandal Ezam dengan Khairy tersebar, maka Ezam tampil memberi kenyataan ini…

Can you tell us the real story on how you joined Umno?

By Ezam Mohd Nor

There is a huge difference with what is being said about me meeting Umno leaders before the recent general election and the one before the 2004 election on my decision to join Umno. In 1999, after I was arrested under ISA (Internal Security Act), there were no efforts to pull me back into Umno. Later, there were attempts to get me to leave PKR and join Umno. I reject it at that time. My principle was that I will not make a deal while I am still in prison.

I was released in 2003 and Abdullah Ahmad Badawi became prime minister. He is different from Dr Mahathir (Mohamad). Mahathir’s approach is to pressure where by the more you fight him, the more he will pressure you. But Abdullah’s approach is to pull. That is why during the 2004 election, there were attempts to pull me back to Umno.

I saw that as an opportunity then to deal for Anwar Ibrahim’s freedom, at least to allow him to seek medical treatment overseas. At that time, Anwar was in critical condition. After discussing with other party members, they felt that priority must be given to save Anwar’s life. So we decided to initiate discussions with Umno leaders.

Those I met included Dr Mohd Khir Toyo, Muhammad Muhd Taib (both former Selangor MBs) and Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin (former minister). This was carried out with Anwar’s knowledge. In my second meeting with Khir Toyo, Anwar told me to bring along PKR leaders to the discussion as witnesses – Kamarul Baharin Abbas, Abdul Rahman Osman and Johari Abdul. Four of us went to meet Khir Toyo and I led the discussions. This was all before the 2004 general election.

So we met at Khir Toyo’s house and our stand was any deal must start with freeing Anwar, at least to get him medical treatment. When Khir Toyo could not commit, we backed out. He told us to contest and join the party but we said no. We are not interested in what we will get. Our focus is clear.

Then we met with Aziz with 12 other people and the same thing happened. He could not commit so I ended the conversation there. Some friends carried on the negotiations and joined Umno but I can understand that those were tough days and they had financial problems. I could not stop them but we’re still friends. I see that as a form of betrayal.

After the 2004 election, Anwar’s health got worse. BN won big and Dr Wan Azizah (Wan Ismail) then asked me to work on getting Anwar out and to open negotiations. We tried all sorts of ways. I met with Rahmah Osman (former deputy minister) who was then close to Abdullah and who was sympathetic to us. We sent a group of people to see the Muslim muftis (clerics) and Umno leaders close to the PM but the message did not reach him.

One day, a foreign reporter told me, ‘if you want to get to the PM, you get Khairy (Jamaluddin)’. I didn’t know Khairy. I must put this on record since there are so many allegations about me and him. This was about May or June 2004. So I tried to find Khairy through contacts in London and in the end I got it and I met him. That’s where my relationship with Khairy started.

I told him about our concerns for Anwar’s health and to pass this message to PM. After two meetings, he arranged a meeting between Wan Azizah and PM at PM’s office. I don’t know the details as I did not go in but it was basically about Anwar’s health. The first concern was to put Anwar permanently in hospital because at that time he was being tranferred in and out of prison. Right then, Abdullah picked up the phone, called the health minister and ordered to take Anwar out on the spot. We also asked for Anwar to receive overseas treatment but he was non-committal about that. Then lastly, we asked Abdullah not to interfere with Anwar’s trial unlike Mahathir. He gave his commitment not to interfere with the trial.

I still met with Khairy after that to get Anwar overseas medical treatment. Khairy tried and there was an agreement to send Anwar for treatment in Singapore instead of Germany. At first Wan Azizah did not agree but when I met Anwar, he said okay. According to Khairy, Abdullah agreed to this but the attorney-general challenged that it was against the provisions of the laws. So it did not materialise.

After a while, the court fixed a date for the appeal so we ceased discussions until the judgment. As it turned out, Anwar was released so as a courtesy I told Khairy about it and he asked if there was anything else he could do. I asked Anwar and Anwar said he wanted his passport back. So I told Khairy and that night alone, Khairy came over to Anwar’s house with the passport. So that is the incident when Khairy visited Anwar’s house.

I want to stress, the entire process was about saving Anwar’s life, not about any deal. I thought Anwar would come to my defence when people linked me to Khairy because they all knew. In fact I rejected all offers and remained steadfast to get Anwar out. After Anwar was free, there were no more dealings. I did not meet Khairy again. In fact he was afraid to see me because he was suffering from fierce criticisms at that time. We ceased our relationship.

In 2005, I had problems with the party and I started to distant myself from the party and set up Gerak (People’s Anti-Corruption Movement). There was no deal until this general election in March. Before this, friends tried to get me back into Umno but I rejected them all. Friend from PAS sincerely wanted me to contest in a safe seat in Kelantan but I rejected that too. Why? Because I was focused on reforms.

In 2008, there were invitation for me to run but I rejected those offers because I did not see any reforms in Umno worth joining back. At that time, I felt I was pushing for reforms more effectively through civil society with Gerak. After the new election tsunami, efforts were made by Abdullah and that is a significant move for reforms on the judiciary and corruption. I said these reforms are fundamental and I’m confident that it will open up the space and that’s why they arranged a meeting between me and Abdullah about a month ago.

If you want to call it a deal then, that’s the first deal to join Umno. After a two-hour meeting, I truly believe he is committed to reforms and he asked me to join Umno. It took me a week to discuss and talk it over with friends and family, so I made my decision in the end to join Umno. This is the whole process that took place.

Wallahualam… Hanya Tuhan yang maha mengetahui segala-galanya… Biarkan lah si Luncai terjun dengan labu-labunya…. Bangaimana dengan Anwar Ibrahim? Inshaallah, aku yakin yang beliau akan tetap terus bersama rakyat…! Persoalannya, kenapalah Pak Anwar hanya sibuk menghentam Najib? Bagaimana dengan Dollah Badawi…? Banyak kesilapan yang lahanat ni dah buat…