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Saturday, November 26, 2016

MARIA CHIN ABDULLAH


(ref: Charles Peters)
Picture by Saw Siow FengPicture by Saw Siow FengKUALA LUMPUR, March 6 — Maria Chin Abdullah, born Mary Chin Cheen Lian, laughs off a question on whether she felt like Katniss Everdeen, the heroine in The Hunger Games, when she led the massive Bersih 4 rally last August.
Chin, who turns 60 this year, credits instead the strength of the Bersih 2.0 committee in the election watchdog’s fight for electoral reform and good governance.
She is very clear that change or the effort to “save Malaysia” is not the work of one person alone.
Here, Chin, who has three sons aged 19, 21 and 22 in college, talks about what drove her to women’s rights issues and how she keeps going after her husband, an activist named Yunus Ali, died of kidney failure in 2010.
In her own words:
● I handled about three cases of young women who tried to commit suicide. Two were sexually abused by the father and they couldn’t tell the mother. At different times, they took pills and all that. The other one was about the father having two wives, and she was not getting the attention of the parents, so she slashed herself. Counselling them was quite traumatic for me. They were very young, one was 15 years old, one was 16, the other was reaching 19 and doing her A Levels. I think these are the stories that touched me a lot, that made me realise our laws don’t protect them, our education also doesn’t educate them and our social system doesn’t support women like that.
● Even when I was involved in women’s rights organisations, the support has always been there. Yunus was very supportive, even though we had young kids. We tried to manage, and he sacrificed quite a lot. He was also passionate about politics in Malaysia, but he didn’t get involved. He gave me that space for my involvement … without that, it would have been hard. At least I felt that there was some kind of parental guidance at home and he cooked for them, he took them to school, and still did his part-time work, that was something I really appreciated.
● I met him in London, as a friend. That time, he was in exile — 1974, the student suppression. Some of them ran away, some went underground. He and Hisham ran away. And they were in exile for a few years. Then Yunus joined the PLO, the Palestine Liberation Organisation. He fought in the Palestine war. After that, he went to London, and then came back. He was arrested under ISA in 1987 — Ops Lalang.
● By the time Bersih came along, my kids were big enough to take care of themselves. Of course, it’s a little bit hard because they were still in secondary school. But I guess I made it a point that I discussed with them every step … whether I join this demonstration, or the Bersih 3 demonstration and all that, I discussed it with them. And they have been with me at all the demonstrations … it has become like a family must-do.
● When my parents were in London, my babysitter gave me the name Mary. My parents were not Christians. For some reason, they put it in my birth certificate.
● Nobody calls me by my Chinese name. My old friends call me Mary. My parents called me Mary … when I converted, I chose the name Maria.
● Islam is something I believe in. And it has given me strength. But of course, there are also my beliefs as a feminist and as a human rights activist, so they are not incompatible.
● It doesn’t mean I don’t despair; I do because after organising so much for such a long time, we are still in this situation where you don’t seem to see policy change and corruption is still rampant in our country. But I guess that each time when we have a big rally, or each time when people come up to you and say, “Job well done”... it gives you that encouragement to move. And you know that you’re on the right track.
● There has to be some hope lah, otherwise, how?
● If you’re not aware, you will not know what you want to change.
- See more at: http://m.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/10-things-about-maria-chin-abdullah-social-activist#sthash.XdojhclU.dpuf

Thursday, November 24, 2016

VATICAN - AWASHED WITH MUSLIM BLOOD


The Popes' crusades that Najib should know. There are cardinals now in Bangladesh and Malaysia, whence the Pope coming?








Sunday, November 20, 2016

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

SYURGA-SYURGA DUNIA NAJIB.


Senarai ini diambil dari website DOJ
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Jumlah keseluruhan, RM3,983,000,000 atau pun dalam bahasa golongan elit RM3.983 Billion.

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Dari kiri: Khadem Qubaisi, anak angkat Najib, anak tiri Najib
Bayangkan, dengan wang rakyat sebanyak itu, kita boleh membiayai 100,000 pelajar miskin untuk belajar secara percuma di universiti awam tempatan.
(ihsan jebatmustdie)

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

MAHATHIR MATI, SIAPA BUNUH?


Berita palsu ini sengaja disebarkan dalam cyberspace oleh pihak tertentu berunsur fitnah seolah memberi petanda, amaran, dan prelude seperti apa yang telah terjadi kapada Altanthuya, Najadi, Bala, Khalil, Morais. Siapa mangsa seterusnya? Jho Lo? 

Demi agama dan negara Mahathir tidak takut mati. Umur dia dah lanjut pernah ia berkata. Mereka yang banyak dosa takut mati. 

Ia merupakan gerak psychology untuk menakut2kan rakyat. Kalau apa2 terjadi inquest tidak perlu diadakan mengikut akta baru keselamatan.

Pembunuh upahan gian menunggu arahan untuk tamatkan riwayat sesiapa saja. Cash is king.


Baginda jangan balik Malaysia. Duduk di UK. Scorpene dan Altantuya menghantui.

Sairul jangan balik Malaysia. Duduk di Australia. (Mula ada kes masuk jail,  kemudian dibebaskan, kemudian ada kes dan hukum gantung!!).

Ya Allah, peliharalah keselamatan dan kesihatan Dr. Mahathir. Selamatkanlah Malaysia daripada pemimpin2 dajjal. 

Mata dajjal yang dua menjadi satu, hanya nampak duit dan duniawi. Persetan prinsip dan agama. Adakah sebegitu dimaksudkan dalam Quran berkenaan dajjal diakhir zaman bermata satu serta ramai pengikut? Kalau ia bermata satu zahirnya sudah tidak menyerupai manusia malah seperti monster. Kalau begitu, manusia akan berasa takut dan tidak mahu menurutinya. Wallahualam. 


Saturday, November 12, 2016

TIGERESS - RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE


The seladang overdrive.




Belum perkena Tongkat (Bang)Ali agaknya!

*“Nafsu Abang Susah Adik Nak Jangka,” Kata Liana Rosli* Published on Nov 11, 2016 TIDAK serik dikecam netizen selepas beraksi lucah dalam video pemasaran produknya, anak pelakon veteran, Normah Damanhuri sekali lagi mencetuskan kontroversi di laman sosial. Jika sebelum ini, anak keempat Normah dilihat sengaja menayangkan sebahagian payudara selain beraksi ghairah, kali ini dengan aksi yang sama tetapi di dalam hutan pula. Liana Rosli memuat naik video di laman Instagram dengan beraksi ghairah di kawasan hutan sambil ‘bergolek’ dengan produk jamunya. Dengan kapsyen ‘nafsu abang susah... more »
(ihsan mountdweller)

She might want to try rumble in the New Guinean jungle!

TRUMP TO NAIL THE COFFIN ON NAJIB


Trump said he wants to make America great again. To do that he has to rectify or debunk certain internal and foreign policies and set new ones. 

He has to clean up America meaning that money laundering, 1MDB to cite one example will be dealt with in full measure. Trump will see to it that the culprits gets their dues. Being a New Yorker he will sweep clean off the 1MDB's fiasco.

On the global business Trump has to  make good against China. The Americans voted him for that partly. There is no such as playing second fiddle. 

For Najib, a kleptomaniac, there is more than enough bullets for Trump to bump him to oblivion. Trump has no time for buddy-buddy kind of thing for a liar. 

Mahathir has summarised the mess that Najib created for the country and to himself.

"… current leader to be a kleptocrat, accused of stealing billions of Ringgit from the Government, having 2.6 billion Ringgit in his private account from unknown source, incurring billions of Ringgit in debts, losing billions of Ringgit in dubious investments, suppressing the rule of law, abusing laws and power, being accused by the whole world of corruption, buying Government land at RM60/- psf and selling at RM3,500/- psf, usurping the authority of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to declare emergency and suppress laws, denial of parliamentary right to debate, hiding reports of criminal act behind OSA etc…"


Apparently, Najib's mentor is JLo, the Chinese tsunami will bury him deeper.
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(courtesy jebatmustdie)

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

TRUMP ANOTHER ROOSEVELT?



Trump rhethorics during his campaigns for the presidency resonates that of Roosevelt.

The Rock Springs Massacre, Rock Springs, Wyoming. Theodore Roosevelt wrote, "No greater calamity could now befall the United States than to have the Pacific slope fill up with a Mongolian population." Harper's Weekly, September 26, 1885.


"Nineteenth-century democracy needs no complete vindication for its existence than the fact it has kept for the white race the best portions of the new world's surface." (1897)



"Many good persons seem prone to speak of all wars of conquest as necessarily evil. This is, of course a shortsighted view. In its after effects a conquest may be fraught either with evil or with good for mankind, according to the comparative worth of the conquering and conquered peoples …. The world would have halted had it not been for the Teutonic conquests in alien lands; but the victories of Moslem over Christian have always proved a curse in the end." (1898)


"The Administration's Promises Have Been Kept" (Republican campaign poster, 1900). The McKinley-Roosevelt ticket potrayed the U.S. military's invasions as benevolent: "The American flag has not been planted in foreign soil to acquire more territory but for humanity's sake." This humanitarian justification for military action resonates with the American public.



Tuesday, November 8, 2016

MAO TEE FOO


MAO HO TANG
MAO BAH NG
MAO BOH DOH
MAO BAH DAK
MAO BEE LEONG
MAO LANG CHAO
MAO BOO GEH
MAO LUM PANG
MAO CHEE LAKA
MAO KANG KANG
MAO KANG KONG
MAO BAH BEE
MAO BAH KUT TEH
MAO MA SOO JEL
MAO PENG JALA
MAO JET JET
MAO MA TEE
MAO TEH TECK





Monday, November 7, 2016

SAUDI'S BURDEN OF GUILT - DAY OF RECKONING


The greatest human catastrophe of the 20th century began 1948 when parts of Palestine was taken over by zionists. The Palestinians were forced out of their homeland and became refugees. The exodus to neighbouring Arab countries was massive. More refugees fled in the 1967 war.

And the world is ever in conflict thereafter when the basic law of sovereignty was thrown out of the window. The UN for world peace and security aftermath of WW2 has been reduced to a toothless tiger.


Apparently, the Saudi's policy is "take no refugees" not even the Palestinians, their brother Arabs then and now. It is not only selfish but heartless.

Now they are war with Yemen, IS is in their heartland, the corona virus has created fear in Mecca, national debt increasing (low oil price), internal dissent is mounting. The day of reckoning has begun!

A relocation camp. From 1948 through 1951, 700,000 immigrants passed through camps en route to permanent homes.




Palestian refugees crossing the River Jordan to the East Bank during the 1967 war.

Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan posed a severe political dilemma for King Husseins' government. Jordan climed to represent Palestinians on its soil at international conferences, but many refugees and some other Arab governments recognised the Palestinian Liberation Organisation as the refugees' bargaining agent. The matter was resolved at the Arab Summit conference at Rabat when Jordan finally yielded to the claims of the PLO.




Uncertain future. Jordanian refugees, hastily fleeing the territory occupied by the Israeli army, head toward the Jordan River.


Armed guards, eight and ten year olds, stand watch outside a camp where young Arabs are trained as junior Fatah commandos.