Monday, April 27, 2009

AMARAN : SELSEMA BABI @ swine flu


Babi- babi sedunia sudah demam, tapi babi di Malaysia sihat2 belaka. Selamat untuk dimakan. 

1. PETALING JAYA: Pig farmers and pork sellers have assured consumers that local pork are safe for consumption.

2. World counting down to pandemic, says top virologist
...

Baldimerah: Ini semua cobaan...

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Taib Azamuddin Mempertahankan Kalimah Allah



Terima kasih penerangan Ustadz.

Baldimerah: Umno dan Pas x perlu bergabung. Penting untuk check n balance. Tapi perlu bersatu hati dlm hal ini.

Keling tetap Keling

Aku seboleh - bolehnya tak mahu letak sebarang komen yang dianggap racist dalam blog ni.. Tapi aku bubuh jugak la..makin menyampah aku tgk lama..

1. bermula dengan ini:
30% bumi equity lifted for 27 service sectors

2. jadi macam ini:
'Stand-alone' firms not the solution, says Bar Council

sebab tak puas hati bank negara invite foreign firms tu malaysia, kacau periuk nasik depa..
Persoalan? depa perjuangkan untuk liberalisasikan kuota melayu untuk rakyat Malaysia, atau untuk perut mereka sendiri? 

ini yakjuj makjuj fasa pertama. cukup sifat: tamak, rakus, korek sana, korek sini.

3. Kemudian nak jadi parti politik:
Bar Council to hold forum on Perak crisis

4. kemudian tubuh lagi satu parti
After Hindraf, here comes Mindraf

Liberalisasi untuk globalisasi, bukan ntok kelingisasi. Giler.. ko tak suka ko keluar malaysia (pinjam bung mokhtar), balik tamil nadu. Ini kepulauan Melayu,  taki kiralah aku ni banjar ke, jawa ke, kadazan dusun ke, proto malay ke, bugis, siam. Tamil nadu tu tanah asal ko, ha buat ketuanan ko kat sana.

Aku x offence sebarang langkah untuk menjadikan melayu lebih kuat bersaing, dan pemansuhan sebarang perlindungan untuk kuota melayu, sebab pada aku ini lebih baik. Aku percaya perlunya ada persaingan yang sihat antara semua kaum untuk survival bangsa Malaysia. Tapi kalau ini macam, ko buat tempat ini macam bapak ko punya. aku pon lama - lama x sabar.

Elok lah tu, hindraf jadi mindraf. Lepas ni apa? Kelingdraf? ko rasa ko dah cukup kuat sangat nak buat 'action force' ko kat sini? huh~~

Mana lawyer melayu yang lain? apasal bar council ni makin babi sgt? lawyer melayu pegi mana? jual insuran?

Pikirlah sendiri..

Baldimerah: sapa x dapat bukak link malaysia kini tu, tinggalkan email kat comment..nnt aku forwardkan. BTW, aku mintak maaf pada kawan2 aku yang bansa lain sebab ayat yang aku gunakan agak keras, bukan ditujukan kepada semua kaum India, tapi segelintir yang tak memahami aspirasi rakyat Malaysia.

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Gelombang Baju merah vs Gelombang Baldi Merah. Hehehe

Thai protesters force Asia summit cancellation
Sat Apr 11, 2009 1:11pm EDT
By Bill Tarrant

PATTAYA, Thailand (Reuters) - A summit of Asian leaders in Thailand was canceled on Saturday after anti-government protesters swarmed into the meeting's venue, renewing doubts about the durability of the government.

The events will pile more pressure on an economy teetering on the brink of recession, especially if foreign tourists are put off by the scenes of chaos and emboldened protesters intensify the fight to kick out Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva.Abhisit imposed a state of emergency for a few hours in Pattaya, a resort about 150 kms (90 miles) south of Bangkok best known for its racy nightlife and as a port of call for U.S. sailors, which was to host the East Asia Summit.

He lifted it after the foreign leaders had left the country. About half of them had had to be evacuated by helicopter from the venue to a nearby military airbase.The summit fiasco is a huge embarrassment for Abhisit's government, which came to power in December through parliamentary defections that the opposition says were engineered by the army.The weekend's events will also raise questions about how enduring his government can be.

Four prime ministers over the past 15 months have failed to resolve Thailand's deep political rift between the royalist, military and business elite on the one hand, and a rural majority loyal to ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra on the other.

Asked by Reuters if he planned to resign, Abhisit said simply: "We have to restore law and order."On Saturday, hundreds of red-shirted Thaksin supporters broke through lines of soldiers and invaded the media center adjacent to the summit venue, the Royal Cliff hotel, blowing whistles, waving flags and shouting "Abhisit Out.Troops tried to stop them, but "red shirts" and soldiers came hurtling through a huge picture window at the media center in a furious scrum. Soldiers then bolted down the road to protect the hotel where Asian leaders were to hold a lunch.

HUGE EMBARRASSMENT (+ komen aku)

After rampaging about the media center, an elderly woman in a wheelchair among them, the "red shirts" were soon huddled with reporters in impromptu news conferences around the conference center, denouncing Abhisit's government as "anti-poor."The East Asia Summit brings together the 10 member nations of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand for discussions about trade, economic issues and regional security.

Investors are likely to see the government's failure to stop the demonstrators getting anywhere near the summit as a sign of Abhisit's indecisiveness, even if his aim was to avoid bloodshed. It could even threaten the British-born and Oxford-educated Abhisit's leadership of the Democrat Party.Kongkiat Opaswongkarn, chief executive of Asia Plus Securities in Bangkok, called it "a huge, huge embarrassment."

"The economy is already bad and after such an event, it's pretty obvious business sectors like tourism will really fall off the cliff," he said.The disorder may mean losses worth no less than the estimated $3.7 billion caused by the closure of Bangkok's two main airports late last year during previous unrest, said Kongkrit Hiranyakij, president of the Tourism Council of Thailand.

The red shirts quickly abandoned Pattaya and headed back to Bangkok to resume the protests there, although the capital is in holiday mode for the Thai New Year. On Wednesday, they assembled 100,000 people around Government House, turning the center of the capital into a sea of red.

"We are leaving for Government House to continue fighting," said protester Kittisak Chimplewanasom. "We won this time, as we were able to show ASEAN that we don't need this prime minister." Thaksin, who lives in self-imposed exile to avoid jail on a corruption conviction and is thought to be bankrolling the protests, phoned in to his "red shirts" at Government House in the evening.

Less rabble-rousing than on some occasions, he thanked them for their sacrifice at this holiday time and asked them to be patient for a few more days as they were on the point of achieving something."If our people in Bangkok and all the provinces unite, ... I think this time we can change the country. We will see real democracy with the king as the head of state," he said.

He is aiming to force Abhisit out and get new elections, which his supporters would most likely win.The billionaire was ousted in a 2006 coup, but his reconstituted party regained power after elections, sparking months of protests last year by yellow-shirted opponents.The "red shirts" say they had intended to protest peacefully but became infuriated when blue-shirted, pro-government vigilantes arrived, armed with clubs, bricks and slingshots. Thaksin alleged these were police and soldiers in disguise.

(Additional reporting by Isabel Reynolds, Martin Petty and John Ruwitch in Pattaya, Viparat Jantraprap, Kittipong Soonprasert and Panarat Thepgumpanat in Bangkok; Editing by Alan Raybould and John Chalmers)


BaLdiMeraH:: Thailand sgt unik akhir2 ni. kerajaan boleh ditukar hanya dengan demo.. Mp pulak boleh lompat2 mana - mana parti yang dapat sokongan demo masa tu.. cukup senang tukar kerajaan. masa rakyat habis dengan berdemo. Tapi nk buat apa pon. Siang demo malam mengangkang.. keh3..

Apepun, perlu diingat thaksin syaitan besar, salah satu shabat israel zionis (bukan yahudi-ada beza tu)penyembelih kaum Islam selatan Thai, aku ada post kot sebelum2 ni. takpun kat blog sejarahnagarakedah..ada link dia kat sidebar tuh..

Inilah demo yang di agung agung kan.. aku pon mushkil kenapa suma suka sgt demo neh..kita dilekakan dengan berbagai2 hak asasi manusia, demo pon kira hak asasi, merusuh pon hak asasi, makan babi pon hak asasi, maki hamun org pon hak asasi, tapi kalau dia yang kena maki, menjatuhkan maruah..saman kat court berjuta ringgit. (aku rasa sistem blog ni pon salah satu dakyah zionis melekakan masyarakat dunia-sibuk berperang dalam blog sementara zionis merangka perancangan mereka tanpa di ganggu gugat).

Apepon, walopon aku rakyat Malaysia, aku sokong Abhisit. nnt aku buat pulak gelombang Baldi Merah kt Melesia vs Baju Merah kt Thailand...Hehehe..

BaLdi biRu: Org yang berdemo ni org yang byk masa, org yang berpolitik sakan ni pon, org yang byk masa, x berusaha carik makan, tapi sibuk berdemo nk dapatkan kerajaan baru ntok sebat kontrak, sebab tak puas hati puak satu lagi byk dapat kontrak, bukan nk berjuang untuk kemajuan bangsa pon, bohong je suma tu. 

Baldi Besi: Semoga Allah lindungi Malaysia dari Malapetaka, tanggungjawab Muslim Malaysia kepada duni sgt besar, bukan sekadar berdemo dan memaki orang, sumanya sedang dilalaikan dengan dakyah baru, hak asasi dan kebebasan manusia. Tak percaya? pikirkan. aku akan post lagi.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Malaysia vs Singapore pt 1


A Singaporean was on holiday in Malaysia ........ He was having his coffee, croissants, bread, butter & jam at the hotel's coffee house. A Malaysian man who was chewing gum, sat down next to him & started a casual conversation. 

Malaysian: 'You Singaporeans eat the whole bread?'

Singaporean: 'Of course'

Malaysian: 'We don't. In Malaysia , we only eat what's inside. The crusts we collect in a container, recycle it, transform them into croissants & sell them across to Singapore .'
 
The Malaysian then had a smirk on his face while the Singaporean listened in silence. 

Malaysian: 'Do you eat the jam with the bread?' 

Singaporean: 'Of course'

Malaysian (chuckling): 'We don't. In Malaysia , we eat fresh fruit for breakfast, then we put all the peels, seeds & other left-over in a container, recycle them, transform them into jam before we sell it across to Singapore .' 

This time, the Singaporean retorted: 'Do you have sex in Malaysia ?'

Malaysian: 'Why, of course we do'
 
Singaporean: 'Do you wear protection?'

Malaysian: 'Of course! We wear condoms.'

Singaporean: 'And what do you do with the condoms once you've used them?'

Malaysian: 'Stupid question!!! Of course we throw them away.'

Singaporean: 'We don't. In Singapore, the government secretly puts them in a container, recycles them, melts them down into chewing gum & sells them across to Malaysia.......and that's the real reason why we banned chewing gum in Singapore.' 

A harmful truth is always?better than... a useful lie!!

BaLdimerah : Uhuks~~~> okeh.. 2 - 1

Saturday, April 04, 2009

Prime Minister Najib’s Maiden Speech

www.malaysiakini.com

Prime Minister Najib’s Maiden Speech

April 3, 2009

On behalf of all Malaysians, I would like to thank Yang Bahagia Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi for his 31 years of exemplary public service to our country, his commitment to strengthening the institutions and fabric of our democracy and for his graceful example as our leader.

I am grateful to Yang Bahagia Tun for his confidence in proposing my name as prime minister to Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong, and I am honoured that His Majesty has consented to my appointment with this morning’s swearing-in ceremony. I feel a deep sense of humility at the opportunity to serve as your prime minister at an important time in our nation’s history.

My life has been dedicated to public service.

Growing up, I was inspired by the positive impact of public service in the example of my late father. Four decades on, I remain committed to the goals of tackling poverty; of restructuring our society; of expanding access to quality education for all; and of inspiring a new generation of young Malaysians to work on behalf of this great country.

My own service in government has always been about getting results: to ensure a better deal for teachers, to improve conditions for our brave soldiers, and to strengthen our economy in defence of the people of Malaysia, as we deal with the outbreak of a global recession.

In the coming weeks, I will be consulting with people around our country, as I begin to reshape the leadership and priorities of the government. I am mindful that we should build on the successes and lessons of the past. It must be a government with new approaches for new times – a government that places a priority on performance and results, because the people must come first.

We must reach out to all parts of Malaysia… to all our diverse communities. In our national discourse and in pursuing our national agenda, we must never leave anyone behind. We must reach out to the many who may have been disaffected and left confused by political games, deceit and showmanship.

We must draw on talented people across our nation, regardless of their position or background, to re-energize a passion for public service. We must sow the seeds of goodwill and understanding in every corner of this land, so that we continue to harvest the fruits of progress and prosperity for all Malaysians.

We must seek to include and unlock the potential of our young people who will be the next generation of leaders, businesspeople, engineers, scientists, teachers and doctors. We must give them wings to fly.

We must seek to include and unlock the potential of our young people who will be the next generation of leaders, businesspeople, engineers, scientists, teachers and doctors. We must give them wings to fly.

And so today, I pledge that I will work tirelessly to serve all of you.

In this spirit, I would like to announce that the government has decided with immediate effect, to remove the temporary ban on two news publications, release 13 detainees from ISA detention, and conduct a comprehensive review of the Internal Security Act. Additional details will be announced by the Ministry of Home Affairs shortly.

These decisions are timely as we move to enhance the confidence of our citizens in those entrusted with maintaining peace, law and order, while recognising the need to remain vigilant of the very real security threats we continue to face as a young nation.

I know that for every citizen, these are hard times and I remain focused in providing strong leadership to lead us out of this economic crisis and unleash our full potential as a nation. I will be steadfast in my commitment to meet the needs, aspirations and concerns of all Malaysians.

So today I ask you to join me in this task of renewing Malaysia. I urge us to rise to the challenge of building a One Malaysia. People First. Performance Now.

Let us begin this great journey together.

Thursday, April 02, 2009

36 off to Japan on scholarship


36 off to Japan on scholarship

By Aisha Husin

www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Wednesday/National/2520440/Article/index_html 


KUALA LUMPUR: Thirty-six students will leave for Japan today to further their studies under the Japanese Government Scholarship programme.  Some 1,400 students have so far benefited from the scholarship.


Japan ambassador to Malaysia Masahiko Horie said since the scholarship was established, the Japanese government received thousands of applications every year but only the best applicants were selected.One of those selected, 25-year-old Intan Nadrah Zulkamar, said "As the competition was stiff, I did not expect to get the scholarship. 

"I am happy to be part of the group as it has always been my dream to study in Japan."She will be pursuing her postgraduate studies in environmental health in the University of Tokyo.

Coming from an average family, Tey Kuan Shuang, 25, has made his parents Foo Nyot Chan and Tey King Tong proud by being the first in the family to study overseas. "I feel delighted and honoured to be one of the recipients. 

"I chose Japan with the hope of doing my research in mechanical engineering technology," said Kuan Shuang.Like Kuan Shuang, Suhaila Badrolhisham, 31, who hails from Klang, not only made her parents happy but also followed the line of her siblings' outstanding academic performance. Suhaila would be pursuing her postgraduate studies in electrical engineering.

"It is no surprise for her to receive the scholarship as she has been an excellent student since school. "In fact, she did her undergraduate study abroad as well," said Suhaila's proud father, Badrolhisham Abdul Rahman, 61.Five of these students will be doing their undergraduate studies and 31 will pursue postgraduate courses. 

Baldimerah: aku sungguh jaki budak neh dpt pegi..keh3~~~