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Now I know…

Now I know where all government money went, over spending!!!
The crap issue of maintaining Proton Perdana is too expensive, yeah, expensive my ass.

Taken from Paultan.org
http://paultan.org/archives/2008/07/25/terengganu-perdana-v6-maintenance/


Its seems that whoever you are and what party are you from, the government money will always be thrown away like nobody business…

Pakatan rakyat’s in Selangor also thinking of changing their fleet of cars with the government (People) money to Toyota Camry.

To all politicians, we the people that vote you there, we can make or break you. Don’t think about cars when the peoples in the state have to live with whatever car or bike they have.

Read more about the price of changing a Proton Perdana’s Gearbox (that somehow lurks between RM3000 – RM23000) that most probably made out of gold if we look at the price.


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Aliya Nafisa at Playground

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I would say, democracy wins.
For the first time in my lifetime I am seeing Opposition and Government leader speak side by side in a debate.
For the first time in my life again, I want to say,

Well Done Paklah for the democracy.

 

Thank You

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Revisited…

  • It shall be the responsibility of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to safeguard the special position of the Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak and the legitimate interests of other communities in accordance with the provisions of this Article.
  • Notwithstanding anything in this Constitution, but subject to the provisions of Article 40 and of this Article, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong shall exercise his functions under this Constitution and federal law in such manner as may be necessary to safeguard the special provision of the Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak and to ensure the reservation for Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak of such proportion as he may deem reasonable of positions in the public service (other than the public service of a State) and of scholarships, exhibitions and other similar educational or training privileges or special facilities given or accorded by the Federal Government and, when any permit or licence for the operation of any trade or business is required by federal law, then, subject to the provisions of that law and this Article, of such permits and licences.
  • The Yang di-Pertuan Agong may, in order to ensure in accordance with Clause (2) the reservation to Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak of positions in the public service and of scholarships, exhibitions and other educational or training privileges or special facilities, give such general directions as may be required for that purpose to any Commission to which Part X applies or to any authority charged with responsibility for the grant of such scholarships, exhibitions or other educational or training privileges or special facilities; and the Commission or authority shall duly comply with the directions.
  • In exercising his functions under this Constitution and federal law in accordance with Clauses (1) to (3) the Yang di-Pertuan Agong shall not deprive any person of any public office held by him or of the continuance of any scholarship, exhibition or other educational or training privileges or special facilities enjoyed by him.
  • This Article does not derogate from the provisions of Article 136.
  • Where by existing federal law a permit or licence is required for the operation of any trade or business the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may exercise his functions under that law in such manner, or give such general directions to any authority charged under that law with the grant of such permits or licences, as may be required to ensure the reservation of such proportion of such permits or licences for Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may deem reasonable, and the authority shall duly comply with the directions.
  • Nothing in this Article shall operate to deprive or authorise the deprivation of any person of any right, privilege, permit or licence accrued to or enjoyed or held by him or to authorised a refusal to renew to any person any such permit or licence or a refusal to grant to the heirs, successors or assigns of a person any permit or licence when the renewal or grant might reasonably be expected in the ordinary course of events.
  • Notwithstanding anything in this Constitution, where by any federal law any permit or licence is required for the operation of any trade or business, that law may provide for the reservation of a proportion of such permits or licences for Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak; but no such law shall for the purpose of ensuring such a reservation-
    • (a) deprive or authorise the deprivation of any person of any right, privilege, permit or licence accrued to or enjoyed or held by him;
    • (b) authorise a refusal to renew to any person any such permit or licence or a refusal to grant to the heirs, successors or assigns of any person any permit or licence when the renewal or grant might in accordance with he other provisions of the law reasonably be expected in the ordinary course of events, or prevent any person from transferring together with his business any transferable licence to operate that business; or
    • (c) where no permit or licence was previously required for the operation of the trade or business, authorise a refusal to grant a permit or licence to any person for the operation of any trade or business which immediately before the coming into force of the law he had been bona fide carrying on, or authorise a refusal subsequently to renew to any such person any permit or licence, or a refusal to grant to the heirs, successors or assigns of any such person any such permit or licence when the renewal or grant might in accordance with the other provisions of that law reasonably be expected in the ordinary course of events.
  1. (8A) Notwithstanding anything in this Constitution, where in any University, College and other educational institution providing education after Malaysian Certificate of Education or its equivalent, the number of places offered by the authority responsible for the management of the University, College or such educational institution to candidates for any course of study is less than the number of candidates qualified for such places, it shall be lawful for the Yang di-Pertuan Agong by virtue of this Article to give such directions to the authority as may be required to ensure the reservation of such proportion of such places for Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak as the Yank di-Pertuan Agong may deem reasonable, and the authority shall duly comply with the directions.
  1. (9) Nothing in this Article shall empower Parliament to restrict business or trade solely for the purpose of reservations for Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak.
    1. (9A) In this Article the expression “natives” in relation to the State of Sabah or Sarawak shall have the meaning assigned to it in Article 161A.
  2. The Constitution of the State of any Ruler may make provision corresponding (with the necessary modifications) to the provisions of this Article.

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Saya tak pasti sama ada kisah ini benar atau salah tapi inilah kisah yang di lalui oleh seseorang yang saya kenal…

Ketika itu beliau belajar di tingakatan 4 sekolah agama di selangor, beliau dan kawan-kawan beliau adalah pelajar pelajar nakal sekolah yang pasti tidak disukai guru, warden dan pengetua. apa saja yang mereka lakukan akan sentiasa diperhatikan oleh “anjing-anjing” iaitu pengawas sekolah.

pada satu hari, beliau bercerita kepada kawan-kawanya (hanya beberapa orang sahaja) yang ketika dia terjaga dari tidur (pagi buta) dia ternampak seorang lelaki sedang memegang dan bermain main dengan “anu” nya disebelah katil.

orang yang bermain “anu” itu rupanya ketua pelajar (ketua pengawas) sekolah agama dan imam surau sekolah yang ketika itu belajar di tingkatan 5.

Beliau ini kemudian memberanikan diri melaporkan perkara tersebut kepada warden asrama. seperti yang dijangka,warden itu tidak mempercayai apa yang dilaporkan dan memarahi beliau ini kerana cuba memfitnah seorang ketua pelajar yang juga imam surau sekolah.

kerana tidak berpuas hati, beliau memanggil ibu bapanya dan melaporkan pula kepada pengetua. Sekali lagi pengetua dan semua warden tidak mempercayainya dan kemudian menceritakan semua keburukan beliau kepada ibu bapanya pula.

yang saya tahu, beliau terus menukar sekolah atas sebab sebab yang saya tidak ketahui dan semenjak itu kawan kawan mangsa memboikot semua sembahyang yang diimamkan oleh ketua pengawas itu dan wujudlah 2 imam pada satu masa. kawan kawan mangsa pula dimarahi kerana membuat perkara itu, tetapi kawan kawan mangsa tetap berdegil tidak akan berimamkan seorang yang berperangai seperti itu.

apa yang saya belajar dari perkara ini ialah…

“tiada keadilan yang akan anda dapat jika nama anda diburuk-burukan kerana sikap prejudis walaupun benda yang dilaporkan itu benar”

sekian terima kasih

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http://www.futurefastforward.com/component/content/article/162

The theory of how Abdullah, Najib and Anwar connected.

Have fun reading…

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Today got 3 SMS from unknown caller saying that I’ve won RM30000 from “PETRONAS MAS” whoever that is. I got the SMS 3 time in 5 minutes.



Straight away I call the MCMC /SKMM and complaint. Very easy to complaint and take less than 5 minutes, just call their toll-free number, read them the SMS, tell them the phone number from and your own detail (phone number, IC and Address).

So to all reader, if you have received scam SMS on your phone, report it. You can just browse to their website for more info

http://www.skmm.gov.my/contact/contact.asp

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