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A couple of years ago I had set up a wifi system around my house but it was down, I am thinking of making another one and I am going to name it "wifi republic".

I am going to re-organize my blogs too, now I am testing some templates, trying and testing them at this stage. I am trying to fully utilized the latest blogspot editor. Not doubt that they are better with many needs that are taken care of. However the new blogspot editor lack fluidity where we can used different blog templates for different categories of posts or entries.

However I had thought of this new format. Try
anak matlesen to see the new format. The present PERWI is slightly messy as I had attempted to master the new blogspot editor. I think by doing that I had taken extra "memories".

I am still in the learning curve and I may not proceed with the present idea for I have to evaluate either to follow the existing system that blogspot new editor provide or do the necessary such as amending the html on the free template that I had obtained satisfactorily to get a system that I want.

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RPK Says : 3,500 years of the Sedition Act

It is clear that the Sedition Act can solve all our problems. The Sedition Act, properly and seriously implemented, would result in the entire world sharing just one religion. There would not be so many religions, which, today, are the source of most of the world’s problems.

These examples of Musa, Isa and Muhammad have taught the world a thing or two. Firstly, never allow anyone to commit the crime of sedition. Secondly, sedition is not about punishing someone for lying. Sedition is about punishing someone who tells the truth. And that was demonstrated in Penang not too long ago when Marina Yusoff was found guilty of sedition for telling the truth -- yes, she proved that she had told the truth and had not lied. Marina Yusoff wrongly thought that if she could prove she was telling the truth she would escape punishment. Little did she realise that the Sedition Act does not punish you for lying. It punishes you for telling the truth. And Musa, Isa and Muhammad too told the truth so they are all rightfully guilty of sedition. . . more

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John Bolton escapes citizen's arrest at Hay Festival

A crowd of about 20 protestors, one dressed in a latex George Bush mask, chanted "war criminal" as Mr Bolton (Former US ambassador to UN) was ushered away. Mr Monbiot was blocked by two heavily-built security guards at the end of the one-and-a-half hour appearance, before he could serve a "charge sheet" on him. Mr Monbiot said moments later he was "disappointed" that he had been blocked from making the citizen's arrest. . . more

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Iraqi clerics against SOFA & US bases

The Bush administration will have a hard time extracting a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) from the government in Baghdad – indefinitely stationing US military troops in the country just as in Japan and South Korea. Muqtada al-Sadr wants any agreement to be submitted to a national referendum. Grand Ayatollah Sistani has recently been visited by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in Najaf. And he practically ordered Maliki to call a national referendum. Now Ayatollah Kazim al-Haeri – the 5th grand Ayatollah of Iraq - has issued a fatwa against the agreement. . . more

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Be patient

She may be more observant and cautious in a social setting. When a child is an introvert, she is turned off by large groups and prefers one-to-one contact. This does not mean that she will not learn to participate in group play. You can help her get used to being with other people by having her play with one child at a time. . . . more

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A 'Foreigner' Quota for Soccer?

When the English soccer team Chelsea took to the field in Moscow on May 21 for the final of UEFA's Champions League, Europe's biggest club competition, its West London roots were all but invisible. A Czech goalie backed up a Portuguese central defender. Players from France and Germany marshaled Chelsea's midfield. The lone striker was from Ivory Coast. In all, of the 11 players who kicked off that game at the Luzhniki Stadium, only four were English. . . read more

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Malaysia’s judiciary - a time for a memory recall

Now that there is a talk of the Judiciary reforms by the Malaysia government after the Royal Commission had completed the findings and submitted their recommendations, it is time for us to recall what had happened.

The reputation of Malaysia’s judiciary has been on a downward spiral since 1988, when Mahathir sacked the country’s Lord President, Tun Salleh Abbas, and two
Supreme Court judges and ended the courts’ autonomy. The system largely remained under Mahathir’s thumb until he left power, with the result that a growing number of cases have been decided for reasons other than on their merits, critics say. . . . . read it all

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Kumpulan kenyataan dan cerita ezam di Luar umno

Ezam, a former youth leader of PKR (Peoples' Justice Party) had submitted a form to re-join UMNO to the President of UMNO Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. While the President, the Selangor State Chief (Muhammad Muhammad Taib) have taken the opportunity to make a propanganda exercise out of it and make a feel good atmosphere to the UMNO, the governing paty in Malaysia. . . . . more

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Suhakam kutuk tindakan melampau polis

Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia Malaysia (Suhakam) hari ini mengecam 'tindakan keterlaluan' polis terhadap penduduk sewaktu tercetus pergaduhan di Bandar Mahkota Cheras (BMC) pada malam Selasa lalu.

“Jika mereka (FRU) mempunyai bukti yang mereka dilanggar oleh kereta tersebut (seperti yang didakwa), maka mereka perlu memberi nama-nama anggota yang cedera," katanya.

Subramaniam berkata, anggota-anggota tersebut mesti menyatakan di hospital mana mereka dirawat dan doktor yang merawat kecederaan mereka. . . more
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Factfile: XO laptop

The One Laptop Per Child project is one step closer to releasing the completed machine to millions of schoolchildren in the developing world. But what makes the computer so unique? . . more

The revamped machine created by the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project looks like an e-book and has had its price slashed to $75 per device. . . more
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Draft cluster bomb ban agreed

A conference of more a hundred nations has agreed on a draft treaty to ban current designs of cluster bombs and to destroy stockpiles within eight years.

The announcement on Wednesday came after 12 days of negotiations in Dublin, the Irish capital. . . more

more than 100 countries are behind proposals to ban cluster bombs [ courtesy File: EPA]

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Factfile: Cluster bombs

  • Billions of cluster bombs are held by about 76 nations. Thirty-four states have produced the weapon.
  • Cluster bombs were first used by German and Soviet Union forces in the second world war.
  • The US used significant numbers of the munitions in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam during the 1970s.
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    Preventing Diabetes With Diet And Exercise

    In a Diabetes Special Issue of The Lancet, researchers demonstrate that group-based lifestyle interventions of diet and exercise for a period of six years may prevent or delay diabetes for up to 14 years following the intervention. It is not clear, however, that lifestyle interventions also reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and mortality. . . . . . more
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    Monkey's brain controls robot arm

    The animals were able to feed themselves using prosthetic arms, which were controlled by brain activity. Small probes, the width of a human hair, were inserted into the monkeys' primary motor cortex - the region of the brain that controls movement.

    Writing in Nature journal, the authors said their work could eventually help amputees and people who are paralysed.

    "The more we understand about the brain, the better we'll be able to treat a wide range of brain disorders, everything from Parkinson's disease and paralysis to, eventually, Alzheimer's disease and perhaps even mental illness." . . . more

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    Indonesia Pulls Out of OPEC

    28/05/2008 Indonesian energy minister said Wednesday that his country is pulling out of OPEC, because it is no longer a net oil exporter. Purnomo Yusgiantoro told reporters it did not make sense for his oil-producing nation to be a member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries at a time when domestic reserves were drying up and consumption increasing. "We are pulling out of OPEC,'' he said."I will sign the papers today.'' . . . more
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    Not Arab-Iranian, But Saudi-Iranian Problem

    "Can you tell me what is the problem of Morocco, Algeria or even yours, as an Egyptian citizen, with Iran?" Who told you that there is a Syrian, Lebanese or Palestinian problem with Iran? Yes, Saudi Arabia has a problem with the Islamic Republic, which according to the kingdom is the result of a wave of presumed Shiitism, which is not true. Therefore, let Saudi Arabia fix its problems with Iran, but I will not accept that the Arabs shoulder the responsibility of the Saudi policy, because there is no such thing as an Arab-Iranian problem," President Assad told Mussa.

    . . . . but in fact there is a Saudi-Iranian problem. . . . more

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    wow very macho! but must have spunk you know.

    The following was reported shortly after the rude awakening post 8 March:

    "All candidates must have blogs," Abdul Rahman told The Associated Press. "If not, they are not qualified to be leaders."

    In the past, party politicians have said bloggers spread lies and rumors. Many of Malaysia's blogs contain commentary critical of the government.

    But now, even youth deputy Khairy Jamaluddin — who once compared bloggers to monkeys living by the law of the jungle — has a blog.

    "The last election showed that we lost the cyberwar. We need to embrace the technology now," Abdul Rahman said.

    He said help will be available for party members who do not know how to create a blog. . . . more

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    A Chinese Woman in PAS Country

    "I love my PAS," said a middle-aged Chinese businessman at the political rally as he got into his chauffeured four-wheel-drive with his wife. "PAS is good." When I pointed out the lack of entertainment, he quipped, "So what if there is no entertainment? It's not everything. You want a beer? I'll take you for a beer now."

    Despite the fact that it has become an integral part of the opposition coalition in the parliament in Kuala Lumpur, federal power, however may not be the party's goal as its leaders appear quite content running their own little Islamic kingdom in this secluded and almost magical part of Malaysia, which has a distinct cultural identity. Many Kelantanese are proud of their state and their chief minister, Nik Aziz Nik Mat. The PAS spiritual advisor, fondly refered to by many as "Tok Guru" (teacher), has ruled since 1990 and has built a cult-like following with his spartan lifestyle and messianic mannerisms. . . . . more

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    Malaysia furious over renewed Sabah claims

    Wednesday, May 28, 2008

    Rumblings from freed rebel Nur Misuari and the regrouping of the Moro National Liberation Front are reportedly serious concerns

    By Al Jacinto, Correspondent

    Zamboanga City: A senior Malaysian politician, furious over a renewed Philippine claim to Sabah, have called for stricter laws on Filipinos traveling to the oil-rich state. . . . more

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    Website on students' progress, well-being

    This is made possible by the Education Ministry's School Division which has created a comprehensive centralised database with the website named on student information in all aspects pertaining to their performance in the curriculum, co-curriculum, charity work at school and school discipline.

    "And from here, parents may be interested to discuss certain matters with the school authorities," he said after launching the website during a meeting with the principals of 54 fully residential schools from all over the country at Beverly Hotel, here. . . . more

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    Let’s give the warmonger George Bush a warm welcome

    George Bush is a dangerous and desperate man – and now he is coming to Britain.

    The US president is expected to visit London on Sunday 15 June as part of his European tour. The Stop the War Coalition is organising a protest to make him feel as unwelcome as possible.

    Chris Nineham of the Stop the War Coalition told Socialist Worker, “The US is escalating the conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia. . . . more

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    US and Iran: Is an Iraq grand bargain possible?

    The Real News Network's Paul Jay talks to Gareth Porter about Iran, Iraq and the Bush administration. One of the fundamental reasons The White House is giving for a possible attack on Iran is that it is arming Iraqi militias that are killing American soldiers. The administration and the US military . . . . see video

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    U.S. George Washinton delayed deployment to Yokosuka due to fire

    A U.S. Navy commander hinted Saturday that the deployment of the carrier USS George Washington to Yokosuka, planned for August, could be delayed due to a fire that broke out on the nuclear-powered vessel.

    The George Washington is expected to replace the USS Kitty Hawk, the last conventionally powered carrier in the U.S. Navy, which will depart Yokosuka on Wednesday and will be decommissioned.

    Meanwhile, a local civic group opposed to the deployment of the George Washington and a Yokosuka city official said Saturday they will closely watch how the United States handles the aftermath of the fire. Masahiko Goto, a co-leader of the group, said, “The aircraft carrier is loaded with weapons, jet fuel and other hazardous materials lumped together in a narrow space, and the fire this time demonstrated the potential danger” such an incident may pose. . . more

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