Tuesday, December 26, 2017
Kelantan’s slow pace of development is deliberate, says deputy MB
Kelantan Deputy Menteri Besar Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah has admitted that Kelantan is lagging behind other states in development, but said it is deliberate.
This so that its people do not get "left behind," according to him.
"We admit that our (the state's) physical development is slow. But it is on purpose to ensure the rakyat can enjoy the development.
"If we develop rapidly, adopt a more free approach, we can compete with states like Selangor, but the danger is, people might get left behind...
PAS feels the Kelantanese are dumb and ignorant that they cannot cope with development, sad. Actually, it is easier to control people when they are not living vibrantly, successfully. PAS Taliban-style attitude will make Kelantan into the slowest, poorest, weakest, dullest, retrogressive state in Malaysia. Not to mention soon the dress code will be the dull and boring.
PAS: Hadi's 'Muslim-only cabinet' rule not absolute
PAS has refuted reports which cited its president Abdul Hadi Awang stating that only Malay-Muslims can join the cabinet.
Party information chief Nasrudin Hassan said what Hadi meant in his statement, which was issued on Dec 22, was that some cabinet positions must be reserved for Malay-Muslims.
Hadi's statement had read: "Islam meletakkan mestilah ketua negara dan anggota kabinetnya yang berakidah Islam daripada bangsa yang paling berpengaruh." (Islam requires the head of country and Muslim cabinet members to be from the most influential ethnic group).
According to Nasrudin, this meant Hadi's policy only applied to some ministries.
"It refers to the division of ministries through wizarah al-tafwidh (policy making) dan wizarah al-tanfidz(implementation).
"Here, Hadi's message clearly states that Islam is very open to non-Muslims for wizarah al-tanfidz ministries…unlike other political systems, which only accept those with the same ideology," he said.
Nasrudin stressed that not a single word or sentence uttered by Hadi showed that he was of the opinion that only Malay-Muslims should be in the cabinet.
"Instead, he was stressing the importance and need for Malay-Muslims to be the core of Malaysia's political system and administration," Nasrudin said in a statement today.
Party information chief Nasrudin Hassan tis undoing his racism (Hadi's racist attitude). Trying to curry favor with Malays, seems to have backfired on him. Malaysians should now reject PAS as their policies are not good. Kelantan is now a backward state like Afghanistan was under the Taliban so PAS if they could would have instituted HUDUD or Sharia laws that are repressive and retrogressive would been like what happened to Afghanistan when under the Taliban. Imagine a thief caught and sentenced - having his hand lopped of (cut off), how is he or she going to work and earn a living. And what if the person was framed (easy to happen as there need only be 2 - 4 muslim witnesses - people can be paid to do so). Non Muslims are even worse - they cannot be witnesses even if Muslims commit crimes against them as they need Muslim witnesses to vouch for them. So Non Muslims beware! We should vote out PAS Taliban-turbaned people - let them stay religious without political power - TOO DANGEROUS FOR ALL!!!
Monday, December 25, 2017
THIS is socialism: Venezuelan children are STARVING to death as food must now be delivered under armed guard
Saturday, December 23, 2017
Scientists finally issue warning against canola oil: Study reveals it is detrimental to brain health, contributes to dementia, causes weight gain
Lots of reasons to avoid canola oil
Over my dead body, Najib tells US
PUTRAJAYA: Even if it meant cutting up his body into several pieces, Prime Minister Najib Razak said today he will not budge from his stand in defending the rights of the Palestinians.
Najib said this at the Save Jerusalem Rally, as he urged all Malaysians to stand in solidarity with the Palestinians in Palestine.
“We will not budge, we will not budge in our defence for the plight of the Palestinians; returning Jerusalem to them (as promised by the late Salahuddin Al-Ayubi).
“Even if it means cutting me up into pieces, leaving behind only one piece of ‘meat’, we will not budge,” he said.
In this case, Najib cited historical changes to the Palestinian map since 1947 which showed the Zionist regime’s continuous attempts to encroach on the land.
“When I look at the map, the areas occupied by the Palestinians were reduced in 1947. By 1967, it had shrunk even more.
“We must stay united in defending the Palestinians. One day, may they regain their land as it was in 1947,“ he added.
Najib also called on all Malaysians to set aside their political differences.
“Today, we are gathered here to fight for a single cause. I urge all political parties in the country to put aside their differences and stay united in this cause.
“It is a historical day today, that all have gathered here today, regardless of religion and race, united in our stand.
“I understand that our Christian friends are also here today in solidarity with us.
“We believe that championing the cause of the Palestinians would also mean that believers of other religions will also be able to practise their beliefs in harmony,” he said.
Najib, who is also Umno president, said he had, from the very beginning, expressed Malaysia’s stand against Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The last time was during his winding-up speech during the Umno general assembly.
The resounding support from Umno delegates for the cause led him to raise the matter again at the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation emergency meeting on the issue.
At the end of the rally, Najib also announced that similar solidarity rallies would be held on the third Friday of every month at all mosques across the country.
The Malaysian government had earlier declared that the government stood firm in its stand against Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
It also said it would not reverse its decision although the US had threatened it would be taking note of the countries that voted in support of a UN resolution criticising the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
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