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Saturday, July 12, 2008

Dr. Mahathir Mohamad's blog published my comments.

by Jeff JP

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This is picked from (Dr. Mahathir Mohamad's blog),

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Berkali-kali saya ditanya "saya orang biasa, saya hanya ahli biasa UMNO, saya hanya pemimpin kerdil UMNO dan sebagainya. Apa yang boleh saya buat?"

Selain daripada membuat komen dalam blog, kita boleh beritahu kepada ahli-ahli UMNO dan pemimpin cawangan dan bahagian UMNO, "Kami tak akan undi UMNO atau Barisan Nasional selagi ada Dato Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi dalam UMNO. BN akan kalah kerana undi kami undi penentu. Kekalahan UMNO akan lebih teruk kerana UMNO dan BN tidak lagi mewakili pandangan rakyat."

"Seperti yang berlaku kepada Menteri Besar Kedah, Perak dan Selangor, dan lain-lain pemimpin UMNO di Negeri-negeri ini, jawatan yang diharap Dato Seri Abdullah akan beri kepada kamu, tidak dapat diberi kerana UMNO dan BN kalah dan menjadi parti pembangkang."
"Demikian juga di peringkat pusat kerana tanpa undi kami yang kerdil, kamu akan kalah."

"Jika kamu boleh berfikir, fikirlah"

Ingatlah, untuk kalah atau menang undi penentu yang menentukan. Jumlah mereka tak perlu banyak. Hanya separuh daripada jumlah lebihan undi yang diperolehi 2008 untuk menang dalam sesuatu kawasan sudah memadai untuk menentukan kalah atau menang sesuatu calon.

Jangan anggap kerana yang berkata "ya" itu ramai maka kemenangan terjamin. Yang kata "ya" mungkin tidak akan undi calon parti. Yang tidak berkata "ya" pun sama. Jika semua mereka rosakkan undi atau undi parti lawan, jumlah undi parti lawan akan melebihi yang berkata "ya" dan undi parti BN.

UMNO dan BN yang tidak peduli pandangan ramai akan tersungkur.

Hanya UMNO dan BN yang mendokong kehendak dan kepentingan rakyat sahaja yang akan selamat.

Kehendak majoriti rakyat ialah untuk Dato Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi letak jawatan. Renunglah. Fikirlah.

Yang mampu selamatkan UMNO dan BN bukan Dato Seri Abdullah.

Yang mampu dan boleh ialah undi penentu.


By roziana on July 11, 2008 10:31 AM
2 tahun TERLALU lama. apa lagi yg pak lah boleh buat in 2 years? dah lima tahun pun kita tak nampak2 anything significant! and in 2 years, apa2 boleh jadi (in the past week, we have witnessed that what!) so Najib, fasten your seatbelt. you are in for a long ride and might never even reach your destination! PAK LAH, PLEASE JUST GO!

By warisan melayu on July 11, 2008 10:44 AM
Salam Tun,
Sy menyokong mengenai tulisan Tun ini.
Sy berfikiran mengenai taklimat UMNO semalam tentang peralihan kuasa dari pak lah kepada najib:
1)minggu hadapan bermulanya mesyuarat peringkat cawangan.
2)bln september bermulanya mesyuarat peringkat bahagian.
Dari dua point yg sy nyatakan diatas, dapatlah dirumuskan bahawasanya pak lah sudah memberi amaran atau ingatan kepada ahli-ahli UMNO diperingkat bawahan akan adanya peralihan kuasa pada pertengahan tahun 2010. Jadi, pak lah sudah mengukuhkan kedudukannya supaya tiada perebutan atau pemilihan di peringkat presiden. Ini bermakna, bila sudah diumumkan tarikh peralihan kuasa, maka tiada tandingan untuk kerusi presiden dan timbalan presiden.
Pandai sungguh pak lah ini! Pandai sungguh bermain dengan sandiwara!
Mengapalah pak lah tak faham-faham mengenai rungutan dan rintihan rakyat?
Mengapalah pak lah acap kali menyatakan sokongan padu dari rakyat untuknya?
Mengapa? Mengapa? Mengapa?

By JP on July 11, 2008 1:41 PM
Salam kpd Ybhg Tun Dr. Mahathir,

Once [they] step-in to be politician, they are hungering and struggling for climbing to the TOP. To be a President, Prime Minister of a country; if can not, at least be a president or chairman of ruling party; if can not, at least be a president or chairman of a running-dog party of ruling alliance; if can not, at least be a president or chairman of opposition party; if can not, …..and so and so.See how they WORK HARD for these.
Unfortunately, not everybody can be THE ONE, so then they try HUMBLE down themselves to be the 2nd. , 3rd ; or even just a committee member which there they need a very HUMBLE heart to serve their master till they become COWARD !!


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By ranjit on July 11, 2008 2:12 PM
Tun, when you were a PM, you think like an investor. A single ringgit you spend it will generate twice or thrice for the country. The country will earn more in the long run.
But Pak Lah thinks like an excavator. He will dig a hole in the country budget and later when the hole becomes bigger he will find a way to dig the money from somewhere else and fill up the hole again. Later he will continuing digging a bigger hole in the country budget and find ways to fill it up.
When he fill up the holes he will make the people pay for it. The bigger the hole becomes the more the people will suffer because the people will have to pay more.
From what we are seeing now, I am sure the hole will grew bigger and bigger and finally will buried all the people into it. Thanks to Pak Lah the excavator.

By tha-b on July 11, 2008 2:29 PM
Here I received email from my friend. I want to share w u all.Thanks
Good morning all,Those who started work around 1973a 1.3 Litre Japaness car was RM 7000Today the equivalent let's say it is RM 60000...........8.5 timesIn 1973 a double storey house was about RM 45,000..or lessToday it is about RM 300,000............6.6 timesIn 1973 an Engineer's pay was RM 1000Today it is about RM 2000 +/-............2 times....>From 1973 to 2008........35 years......what is the Trend.?Bearish !!!!In a stock market when the trend is bearish , what do we do?..Exit !!!When a country's trend is bearish what do we do?This Bearish trend is more difficult to turn around ascompared to the stock market.I have used these 3 items House, Car & Salary as a measurement of thecountry' sperformance for the past 35 years....There is a book I saw in MPH bookshop entitled :Malaysia: The Failed Nation some of you may be interested to read up.I agreed with the writer.....This morning I was having Coffee at McDonald ( now the coffee..100 %Arabica beans..is quite good@ RM 2.90....free refill !!. I asked how much per hour is their pay?RM 3.00 ! x 8 hours = RM 24 per day... x 25 days = RM 600 per monthMy daughter works part-time during her University days..she worked atGloria Jeans Coffee..the pay Australian $ 14.00 ( @ 3.15 = RM 44 per hour.....x 8 = RM 352 per day !!! x 25 days = RM 880013.3 times more !!!!! ......Price of houses in Perth is about the same in KL Price of cars are about 23 %cheaper...inPerth.( Australia )I think more and more people are becoming aware of this Bearish trend.Developed country by 2020?...means High income countryLet's look at some as of year 2005 ( Financial Times )USA GNP per capita US$ 35400 UK GNP per capita US$ 25510Australia GNP per capita US$ 19530Singapore GNP per capita US $ 20690These are developed countries by income measurementMalaysia GNP per capita US$ 3540Year 2020..developed country?Really...a sad story.Worrying Trends, isn't it??Ringgit sliding further and further under BNGan Jul 8, 08 4:03pmRecently, I interviewed some fresh graduates applying for jobs with my engineering company. I accepted two applicants on a starting salary ofRM1600. It struck me as odd that 15 years ago, I myself started workas a fresh graduate engineer for the same pay.Indeed, if you compare thesalaries of graduates now and 15 or even 20 years ago, you'll find little difference but that their purchasingpower is vastly different. It's the same story when you comparesalaries of shop assistants, office staff, factory workers and others.To compound the effect of inflation, the ringgit has depreciatedgreatly against all major currencies. The real income of mostMalaysians has moved backwards.This is why many Malaysians suffer under the petrol hike. The root of the problem is that our real incomes have shrunk in the face ofinflation and depreciated currency.. Malaysians have not been spoiledby subsidy but are unable to move out of the time lock of stagnatedand depreciated incomes.If you compare the per capita incomes of Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwanand South Korea, they are a few multiples of ours although atindependence all these countries were the on the sameeconomic level as Malaysia.What has gone wrong? We were the rising star of East Asia, a countryrich in natural resources with the most promising potential.The reason is massive corruption, plundering of resources, wastage of funds for huge non- economic projects, anti-public interest deals withpolitically-linked companies and passing-of-the -buck to the man inthe street..Four decades of NEP where education, economic and employment policies are defined by race ensured that meritocracy took a back seat.Our university standard has declined and the today best and brightestof our youth emigrate to escape the racial inequality only tocontribute to the economies of foreign lands.The reputation of our judiciary which was held in high esteemworldwide has sunk so low that foreign investors now insist onarbitration in Singapore in case of any dispute.Wealso have a slew of oppressive laws such as the ISA, OSA, Uuca and PPPA which stifle free speech and are designed to keep the rulingparties in power.We have become less attractive to foreign investors and now lag behindour neighbours in Asean for foreign direct investment. Even some corporations who have established themselves here are moving out.All the economic and social malaise cannot help but affect the valueof our currency. The strength of a country's currency is after all, a reflection of its fundamentals.Furthermore, Bank Negara has a policy of weak ringgit to helpexporters, never mind the burden on the common folk. The government ispro-corporation, not pro-rakyat.While the poor and middle-class are squeezed, an elite group getsbreathtakingly rich. We have the distinction of having the worseincome disparity in Asean. A re-distribution of wealth isunder wayfrom the poor and middle-class to a select group of politically-connected elite.The end result of this re-distribution will be a small group ofsuper-rich while the majority are pushed into poverty and themiddle-class shrinks. This is what happens when the rich gets richer and the poor get poorer.There is much that is wrong with Malaysia. The responsibility forpulling the country backwards can be laid squarely at the door of theruling regime. It is BN's mis-governance, racial politics and culture of patronage which has seen the country regress economically andsocially.We seem to be sliding down a slippery slope, further down with eachpassing year of BN's rule. Another five years of BN rule and we'll be at Indonesia's standard under Suharto. Another 10 years and we'll betouching the African standard. What a way to greet 2020.Is there any hope forMalaysia?Faced with the reality that BN will never change, many Malaysians desperate for change turn their lonely eyes to Anwar Ibrahim.Pakatan Raykat has promised to treat all races fairly, to plugwastage, fight corruption, reform the judiciary and make Malaysia morecompetitive.But some have questioned whether we can trust Anwar and his loosecoalition of disparate parties..The question is not whether we can trust Anwar and Pakatan Rakyat butwhether we can afford not to. Can we afford another ten years of BN's misrule?

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