Selasa, 19 September 2017

Malaysia negara perkauman (Racist)




Di Malaysia mesti orang Melayu 'UMNO' dari Malaya yang menjadi Perdana Menteri dan Timbalan Perdana Menteri manakala bangsa lain khasnya dari Sabah dan Sarawak tidak dibenarkan sama sekali selagi BN berkuasa. Untuk menjadi DYMM Yang DiPertuan Agong haruslah dari kalangan para Sultan dan Raja-raja Melayu manakala TYT dari Sabah dan Sarawak memang tiada hak sama sekali. Ini adalah bukti di Malaysia amalan perkauman begitu tebal sejak UMNO berkuasa. Hanya di Malaysia parti berasaskan kaum masih ujud yang diketuai oleh UMNO (United Malays National Organisation), MCA (Malaysian Chinese Association ) dan MIC (Malaysian Indian Congress) (sila lihat carta organissai Barisan Nasional yang di atas).



Ahad, 17 September 2017

Sabah & Sarawak perlu Keluar Malaysia dengan segera...


... jika Sabah & Sarawak tidak keluar segera dari Malaysia, maka kedua negeri akan bertambah miskin dan rakyat akan bertambah derita. Lihatlah apa telah berlaku selapas PRU 13 (seperti gambar di atas),  Najib Razak dan Kerajaan BN telah melakukan pelbagai helah untuk mengutip kembali wang yang mereka telah membelanjakan semasa PRU 13. 

Perkara yang sama akan berulang sekiranya PRU 14 BN masih menang. Segala perbelanjaan yang dicurahkan semasa Pilihanraya Umum akan dikutip kembali dalam pelbagai bentuk cukai, kenaikan harga barangan dan penghapusan subsidi.

Sehubungan dengan itu, marilah rakyat Sabah dan Sarawak berganding bahu untuk 'memerdekan' Sabah dan Sarawak dari 'penjajahan' kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN) yang zalim yang telah menindas rakyat Sabah dan Sarawak serta telah mengaut hasil kedua negeri untuk kekayaan para pemimpin BN, keluarga serta para kroni mereka disamping untuk membangunkan Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya dan negeri-negeri lain di Semenanjung sedangkan Sabah dan Sarawak dibiarkan mundur dan rakyatnya dibiarkan hidup miskin. Jika ada bantuanpun hanya sekadar untuk mengaburi mata serta hanya kroni atau penyokong parti BN sahaja yang diberikan. 

Sabah dan Sarawak mampu menjadi negara terkaya seperti Brunei dan Singapura setelah keluar dari Malaysia kerana hasil petroleum kedua negeri masih banyak di samping hasil mahsul bumi yang lain.

Malaysia bakal 'pembunuh' umat Islam...


..... membantu ekonomi Amerika Syarikat samalah membantu membunuh umat Islam di beberapa negara yang didalangi oleh Amerika Syarikat khasnya di Palestine, Iraq dan negara lainnya. Ayoh rakyat Sabah dan sarawk segera keluar Malaysia sebelum kita semua bersubahat membunuh umat Islam. Sesungguhnya Najib razak dan para kabinetnya sudah Gila kerana membantu negara yang kaya raya dan negara paling racist dan zalim di dunia.

PM Malaysia sudah GILA.....

Mahu membantu negara kaya sedangkan negeri di malaysia masih banyak lagi yang tiada kemudahan asas. JOM Keluar Malaysia segera sebelum PM Malaysia Gila menambah derita rakyat Sabah dan sarawak... 

Najib sudah GILA....


.... mahu memperkukuh ekonomi Amerika Syarikat sedangkan Sabah dan Sarawak masih mundur dari aspek sosio ekonomi dan kemudahan asas. Semoga rakyat Sabah dan Sarawak sedar betapa ruginya berada di bawah Malaysia. Lihatlah Brunei dan Singapura yang menjadi antara negara terkaya di dunia disebabkan memilih tidak mahu berada di bawah Malaysia.

Najib dan BN memang Celaka !!!


Najib mahu perkukuhkan ekonomi Amerika Syarikat..


....umpama si miskin menyuapkan makanan kepada si kaya. Inilah akbatnya bila memilih pemimpin yang bodoh yang kerjanya merompak duit rakyat untuk kepentingan diri, keluarga dan kroninya. Ayoh rakyat Sabah bersatu menyokong usaha memerdekakan @ mengeluarkan Sabah dari Malaysia agar tidak terpalit dengan kerakusan para pemimpin bodoh dan zalim.

Jumaat, 15 September 2017

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10 BERITA DUNIA - Najib Razak visit Trump - Famous (OMG)

Washington Post siar kritikan keras terhadap Najib


Trump’s hosting of Malaysia’s prime minister marks another setback for the rule of law

When President Trump hosts Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak at the White House next week, he may find he has quite a lot in common with the Southeast Asian leader, who is a nationalist with authoritarian tendencies. But that doesn’t mean rolling out the red carpet for him is a good idea.
The similarities between the two leaders are striking. Both Trump and Najib are wrapped up in major investigations that involve the U.S. Justice Department. Both have fired top law enforcement officials in their own governments to try to influence those investigations. Both play politically toward their rural, ethnically homogeneous base and use nationalist rhetoric to stir up anger against their more urban, ethnic opposition. Both men won their last election despite losing the popular vote. Both love golf, and they even played together once.
Of course, Najib’s authoritarian power grab is worse than anything Trump has done. While Trump has only called for his political opposition to be jailed, in Malaysia critics of the government are routinely imprisoned. While Trump uses mere rhetoric to undermine the credibility of the free media, Najib uses criminal law to silence them. While Trump may wish for more compliant judicial and legislative branches, in Malaysia all checks and balances on executive power have been essentially stamped out.
“I suspect Trump wishes he had the tools that Najib has at his disposal,” said Human Rights Watch’s Asia Advocacy Director John Sifton. “President Trump I’m sure would enjoy having the capacity to shut down any newspaper he doesn’t like.”
Najib will have to stand for election sometime in the next few months, which is why this White House visit is so important to him. Engulfed by allegations he pilfered billions from his own country’s sovereign wealth fund, he craves international legitimacy. As the Justice Department works to seize more than $1 billion in stolen funds they allege Najib, his stepson and one of his friends have stashed in the United States, his visit to Washington is meant to show the scandal is not harming his world standing.
Najib has cultivated good relations with the U.S. government for years. President Barack Obama golfed with him, too. Trump’s hospitality, including a White House visit, will send a clear signal to Malaysians that his administration, like its predecessors, won’t push back against the rollback of democracy, rule of law and human rights there.
National security officials in Washington always make the same argument when the uncomfortable subject of Najib’s authoritarianism and alleged criminality is raised: It’s certainly in America’s interest to partner with Malaysia on counterterrorism, build security ties to respond to an increasingly aggressive China, and deepen bilateral trade and investment. But those are arguments for dealing with Malaysia, not for working with Najib himself.
There’s no reason his opposition wouldn’t be interested in fighting terrorism and increasing security cooperation with the United States. For now, that opposition is on the defensive, but it very well could take power in the coming years.
“The message the White House is sending is that it pays to be a kleptocrat and that the largest asset seizure in the history of the Department of Justice doesn’t seem to matter much in the great scheme of things,” said Nurul Izzah Anwar, a member of Parliament and the daughter of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, who sits in prison on politically motivated charges.
Nurul’s party has allied with her father’s former political nemesis, former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad. They have little confidence Najib will face justice at home. Perhaps the only chance for accountability is if the United States and other countries keep up the pressure.
“In Malaysia, Najib is beyond legal reproach, so we are relying on institutions worldwide to ensure that the crimes against the Malaysian people will be punished,” Nurul said. “It’s not just about Najib alone. We need to ensure the culture of impunity doesn’t permeate throughout the world.”
Trump likes strong leaders and has said repeatedly he won’t lecture foreign countries on American values. Therefore it falls to Congress, the human rights community and others to make sure that both Najib and Malaysians know that America still cares about Malaysian democracy.
It’s smart policy to acknowledge the opposition’s grievances now, because after the next turn of the screw it may be too late to convince Malaysians that Washington is an honest broker. The needed balance between security imperatives and standing up for universal rights is currently far out of whack.
In the long term, Malaysia’s value as a reliable and stable ally depends on it being an open society that abides by international law and norms and tolerates dissent. Trump’s hosting of Najib represents a setback for that objective.
 
Josh Rogin is a columnist for the Global Opinions section of The Washington Post. He writes about foreign policy and national security.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/global-opinions/trumps-hosting-of-malaysias-prime-minister-marks-another-setback-for-the-rule-of-law/2017/09/03/3b9fe220-8f40-11e7-91d5-ab4e4bb76a3a_story.html?utm_term=.ca73fe0d7186

Negara SEMAKIN NAZAK!!! KWSP bakal LABUR di US! Najib SeOLAH-OLAH SERAH ...