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Exiled Leader Fights For Xinjang.


THINKING OUT LOUD

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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Coming to Malaysia?

Learn more about this beautiful, nature rich country in South East Asia. Malaysia has indeed one of the world's famous tourist attraction. Discover Malaysia, a truly Asia. . . watch video.
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Hariri Suspends Talks on New Cabinet Line-up

While Lebanese were hoping the national unity government, agreed on in Doha, would finally see light to put an end to all disputes over ministerial seats and open the way for stability and prosperity in the country, an unexpected decision by MP Saad Hariri's Future Parliamentary bloc is likely to stall the whole process.

Hariri put his decision in the framework of protest at what he called slack security in Beirut in the wake of repeated security breaches," urging Arab intervention to investigate facts. . . more

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UN Clears Cluster Bombs from Areas of South Lebanon

Almost half of the areas in southern Lebanon contaminated with cluster bombs dropped by Israel in 2006 have been cleared, a UN official said on Wednesday.

"Forty three percent of the areas affected by the cluster bombs dropped during the July 2006 war have been cleared", UN Mine Action Coordination Centre for South Lebanon spokeswoman Dalya Farran said. . . more


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Gold, Dollars, and Federal Reserve Mischief

Brilliant Austrian school of economics scholar Murray Rothbard asked a seemingly complex question in the title of his essay: "What has Government Done to our Money?" The answer turns out to be pretty simple: Government consistently debases our money. How and why it debases our money has everything to do with politics, and nothing to do with the laws of economics. . . more


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10 ways you might be breaking the law with your computer

For many years, the Internet was the “final frontier,” operating largely unregulated — in part because of the jurisdictional nightmare involved in trying to enforce laws when communications crossed not just state lines but also national boundaries. That was then; this is now.

In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the existing laws and some of the pending legislation that can affect how we use our computers and the Internet. Nothing in this article should be construed as legal advice; this is merely an overview of some of the legislation that’s out there, how it has been interpreted by the courts (if applicable), and possible implications for computer users. . . more

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Zimbabwe, sharp crackdown on political opponents.

According to reports, Morgan Tsvangirai was arrested at a roadblock north of Bulawayo and is being held at a police charge office in Lupane. It is not clear what the charges are against him.

His arrest comes the day after the publication by Amnesty International of a damning report highlighting the extensive human rights violations that have taken place since parliamentary and presidential elections were held in March 2008. These include unlawful killings, torture and other ill-treatment, beatings, and the harassment and intimidation of mainly MDC supporters and human rights defenders in Zimbabwe. . . . more

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The 56 billion ringgit question , lets get some basic facts right.

The hike in oil prices has not caused hardships to our government. On the contrary it has already earned record profits for Petronas. And now our government is going to squeeze even more profits by squeezing the rakyat. Put it bluntly, the Barisan Nasional government will get filthy rich form the blood money of the rakyat.

Now the 56 billion ringgit question. What will the Barisan Nasional government do with the RM56 billion windfall per year? We already suffered a price hike on our petrol almost a year back, and have we seen any accounting on what has been done with the extra money that the government collected? I remembered that there were some talks of using the money to improve our public transport system. But so far I have only heard about the ailing KTM, failing bus companies and government cutting subsidry to Rapid KL.

Don't you feel suspicious of what is going to happen to this hefty sum of money? RM56 billion is a mind boggling sum of money, . . . more

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How to strike back and counter the sabotage

JPP has been in Kelantan for 17 years, will the federal government do the same for the other Pakatan Rakyat ruled states. Should we look into and apply this proposal from RPK, to count on the court to redress the problem is itself problematic. A 'justice correct' judicial system is a longer await, now entering into more than two decades. The issue of resolving according to the 'federation agreement' is just like Terengganu waiting for the courts to redress the 'oil royalty' rights - it is turning into a non-urgent and non issues issue.

Think about it. Zakat is mandatory under Islam. So you will be fulfilling your Islamic duty plus you will be helping the five Pakatan Rakyat states plus you will be denying Umno that money. That’s killing three birds with one stone. . . . more

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Authorities informed of GMI candle light vigil


KUALA LUMPUR, June 4 (ES) - The police in Taiping has been informed of a candle light vigil to be organized by a coalition against Internal Security Act (ISA) - Abolish ISA Movement (GMI) - scheduled to be held at a detention camp some 300km north of here. . . . more







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Fuel Hike : Will Malaysians react?

Fuel hike the first after last election.

Petrol increases 78 sen and diesel RM1.00 per liter., as announced by the Malaysian PM this evening. Thats taking into account of the government fixed subsidy of 30 sen a liter irrespective of the market value.

The PM also announces the rebate that will be given to motorists. . more

Excerpt & rendered into English from :
Muda Mohd Noor | Jun 4,
08 5:04pm


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The Deal American wants from Iraq Part 3

Iraq: New US plan for total control

Tens of thousands of Iraqis took to the streets last week as the provisions in the “accords” were leaked to the Arabic ­newspaper Al-Hayat.

Included in the treaty is the right for the US to launch wars on “third countries” from Iraqi soil.

Iraq SOFA demo

This is a direct threat against Iraq’s neighbours and another step towards a war on Iran.

But for many Iraqis, the biggest insult in the new treaty is that all US troops, citizens and mercenaries – the so-called contractors – will be immune from Iraqi law.

Under these terms, occupation forces can use deadly force under any conditions, giving them a green light to arrest, imprison or kill any Iraqi with no fear of prosecution or regard for the country’s institutions. . . more

While the Kurds are believed to be the only Iraqi group to support the agreement and the notion of long-term US military presence in the country, Shias and Sunnis have expressed their strong disapproval of the deal.

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Sabah Bergelora - Dapat Umpan (Sabah in Turmoil - was given a bait)

We are certain that the complains from Sabah is real and has its basis. What bothers us is the high hope given to BN by the representatives from Sabah. It may be due to the Eastern culture practice by us all. It is sad that the top leadership is not sensitive and had taken it easy, especially the complaints are made through innuendos. I proposed that these leaders from Sabah do something daring and concrete: fights for their rights through Pakatan Rakyat. Pakatan has the ambition and will to do justice to all, irrespective of differences in religion, race or political affiliations – more so if the differences is just due to geographical location. Do think about the offer and we are willing to wait. . . more & watch video

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After 50 years of Independence - Politics & Conflicts in Malaya Part 1.

A Short History of the making of Malaya.

Malaya was unique in many aspects, not just in terms of its ethnic composition but more so in terms of its history. For the purpose of this discussion we are going to limit ourselves to the period of just prior to her independence from a political perspective. During the WW2 the (CPM) Communist Party of Malaya were fighting the (Japs) Japanese with arms supplied by the British. The Chinese, formed the bulk of the CPM, they had to fight the Japs, they had no choice, the Japs was their sworn nemesis and mortal enemy for many generations. . . more

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The Wide World of Unit Trusts

But first, what is a unit trust? A unit trust fund is an investment scheme that pools money from many investors who share the same financial objectives. In exchange for the money, the fund issues units to the investors who are known as unit holders. Unit holders can sell (known as redeeming) their units back to the fund, or buy (and sell) further units. . . . more

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The Deal American wants from Iraq Part 2

A senior Iraqi official has said that negotiations between the US and Iraqi government over a security agreement (SOFA) to extend US troops presence in Iraq beyond 2008 has hit snag. Sa'ad Javad Qandil, an advisor to the Iraqi vice president, said: "There are many big problems in the draft of the security deal; there would also be many setbacks in future talks." . . . read more

the deal american wants from iraq part 1
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Cluster Bomb - reality & its banning

30 years after the Vietnam war, 78 million unexploded US cluster bombs remain scattered across Laos.

111 countries ban the use of cluster bombs, except Israel, Russia, China, India, Pakistan and the US.

. . . watch video

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Carter says Israel has 150 nukes

While major powers and Israel are keeping their Nuclear Arsenal, on what legal or moral grounds do they have to stop Iran from just starting a nuclear enrichment program?

Aijaz Ahmad: Why is corporate media marginalizing a former President? . . . watch video


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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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