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Exiled Leader Fights For Xinjang.


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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Is this statutory declaration true?

SD has been defined as “A statutory declaration is a legal document defined under the law of certain Commonwealth nations. It is similar to a statement made under oath, however, it is not sworn.

Statutory declarations are commonly used to allow a person to affirm something to be true for the purposes of satisfying some legal requirement or regulation when no other evidence is available. They are thus similar to affidavits (which are made on oath).”

It is ! Read RPK's Rosmah at murder scene

Malay version : Petra: Isteri Najib di 'lokasi jenayah'

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Fuel Hike Announcement :

The government has announced that petrol price will go up by 78 sen at midnight - a 40.6 percent jump from RM1.92 per litre to RM2.70 and while the price of diesel by a whopping 63.3 percent to RM2.58 per liter.

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Seandainya revolusi sikatak lompat ini tidak menjadi kenyataan

Najib pula tidak perlu lagi bertindak secara budiman. Fahamilah tuntutan dan kehendak rakyat jelata. Bertindaklah secara decisive dan segera sebelum Abdullah disingkirkan oleh pihak pembangkang menerusi satu revolusi sikatak lompat yang dijangka menjadi realiti dalam tempoh terdekat ini.

Bulan lalu Abdullah kata nak serah kuasa negara dan UMNO kepada Najib. Hari ni dah ada desas-desus Abdullah nak lantik Syed Hamid Albar jadi penggantinya. - Politica

. . . . . dari Blog YB Ron

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Firefox 3 Easily Exceeds Download Record

By David A. Utter - Wed, 06/18/2008 - 6:08pm.

Current tally of 8.3 million cited by Mozilla

Once the Guinness Book of World Records authenticates the download activity, the Mozilla Foundation should see a figure in the range of 8.3 million downloads of the Firefox browser in a 24-hour period. . . more

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NewsStaronline - daily June 10, 2008

Vivienne Pal presents the Star Daily News update. Highlights include the conclusion of the MCA investigation on MCA leaders, more new companies registered in 2007 and Health Ministry will not compromise on quality of healthcare despite current economic situation.

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Indian baby 'back from the dead'

BBC News - Thursday, 19 June 2008

Dr Merchant said that the 30-year-old mother of the child - who was seven months pregnant - suffered life threatening convulsions and high blood pressure over the weekend, which required powerful medicines.

He said that that the doctors believed that the baby - who was limp at birth - had no heart beat and no pulse.

But later, when the effect of medicines wore off, Dr Merchant said that the baby "showed attempts to breathe". . . . full news.

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Fuel Hike - Who is laughing to the banks?

News is spreading out through the blogs that 'someone' is making money from the rebates given out through the POS offices. He owns POS MALAYSIA, and there is a commission or service charge for every ringgit being handled by Pos Malaysia in the process of giving out the rebates. . . . more

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Protes Intiation

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SAPP's vote of no confidence against PM

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) has lost confidence in Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, it said at a press conference here Wednesday.

In the coming sitting of the Parliament session on Monday, its two Members of Parliament will support a vote of no confidence against the Prime Minister, the party said.

Whether its MPs table the vote of no confidence, or whether other MPs will do it, would be determined in due course, it said in a statement.

SAPP’s two MPs are Datuk Eric Enchin Majimbun (P171 Sepanggar) and Datuk Dr Chua Soon Bui (P190 Tawau). . . more

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another man-made calamity

A mysterious ailment of honeybees threatens a trillion-dollar industry and an essential source of nutrition.

The threat is vast. Most crops—87 of the world's 115 most important ones—require pollination to develop fruits, nuts and seeds, says agroecologist Alexandra-Maria Klein at Germany's University of Göttingen. Those crops account for about $1 trillion of the approximately $3 trillion in annual sales of agricultural produce worldwide.

Stung By Bees - Newsweek

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The most expensive party election in Umno's history

From RPK's Blog: excerpts

In the meantime, Anwar is going to court to get his September 1998 sacking as Deputy Prime Minister declared illegal and a violation of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. If he succeeds then Abdullah has to reinstate him as Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister, by order of the court. But Malaysia already has a Deputy Prime Minister who goes by the name of Najib Tun Razak. Yes, but if Najib is forced to resign because of his wife’s implication in the Altantuya murder, and if it can be proven that his office is involved, then Najib is dead meat and there will be a vacancy for the post of Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia. And Raja Petra Kamarudin’s sedition trial in October may be that playground to prove this -- unless they get cold feet and either drop the charges or delay the trial until next year.

Daim, however, does not want Abdullah to retire just yet. He needs Abdullah around until at least 2010 because it will take him two years to slowly bring back RM3 billion in cash. Yes, more than ten years ago, RM3 billion in RM500 and RM1,000 notes were smuggled out to Indonesia. When Tun Dr Mahathir found out he discontinued the usage of RM500 and RM1,000 notes. So the money is now stuck. The notes can, of course, be brought back, but they can’t be used in the open market. Instead, you have to send them to Bank Negara to be changed into smaller notes. . . read more

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Firefox aims for download record

Screengrab of Firefox webpage, Mozilla
More than one million
people have pledged
to download Fir

Version 3 of the popular Firefox web
browser is going on general release
on 17 June.

With the release, Firefox developer Mozilla
is attempting to set a record for the most
downloads over 24 hours.

"It's a global effort to make history," said
Paul Kim, head of marketing at Mozilla.

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Warlords Next Door?

Dispatches reveals how key politicians at the heart of the vicious fighting in Somalia - described as the world's worst humanitarian crisis - enjoy incredibly close links to Britain. They have British or EU passports, their families live here and they commute between Somalia and homes in English cities. British taxpayers are financing them in the name of democracy - yet in Somalia they are linked to allegations of mass murder, torture, extortion and corruption.

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Our (British) Government’s Dirty Little Secrets.

Somalia has lost thousands of dead as a result of the Ethiopian invasion. Millions have been displaced. Somalia, under Ethiopian occupation, is the grimmest prison state in Africa—far worse than Mugabe's Zimbabwe. Who has done the encouraging, the arming, the training, the financing and the facilitating? The same US and British Governments who donated the $90 million to the same Ethiopian Government who are burning their money and burning the villages, the neighbourhoods and the people of occupied Somalia. . . . more

House of Commons debates - Wednesday, 11 June 2008 - By George Galloway

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The 2B's Stepping up pressure on Tehran!

The 2B's - Brown & Bush
Pressure From London

Mr Brown said Britain would urge Europe to impose "further sanctions" on Iran and Europe would take action to freeze the overseas assets of the country's biggest bank and impose new sanctions on oil and gas. . . more

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Man Utd open up against Newcastle

Premier League champions Manchester United will begin their title defence against Newcastle at Old Trafford on the opening weekend of the new season.

Also on 16 August, new Chelsea manager Luis Felipe Scolari will start his tenure at Stamford Bridge with a home game against FA Cup winners Portsmouth. . . . more
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New ground rules in Iraq?

Maliki's conditions seem to be unacceptable. The U.S. cannot conduct battle operations under excessively restrictive ground rules. Some of those restrictions might be acceptable if the U.S. were in a minor and subsidiary role to Iraqi forces, if it were not hunting Al Qaeda and other terrorists in the country, if the country were not at war.

The military and political news from Iraq has been good lately, good enough to believe that the U.S. can continue to draw down troops in the months ahead. But if Iraq insists on untenable conditions in these talks, the U.S. will have to hasten its departure. . . more

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Ethiopia: Army Commits Executions, Torture, and Rape in Ogaden

In its battle against rebels in eastern Ethiopia's Somali Region, Ethiopia's army has subjected civilians to executions, torture, and rape, Human Rights Watch said in a new report released today. The widespread violence, part of a vicious counterinsurgency campaign that amounts to war crimes and crimes against humanity, has contributed to a looming humanitarian crisis, threatening the survival of thousands of ethnic Somali nomads. . . more

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Is Europe ready for life after Bush?

I count no fewer than six multifaceted top tier issues that require urgent and sustained attention as Bush arrives in London today: Iraq and the broader Middle East; climate change and energy geo-politics; trade, debt, and systemic poverty; Afghanistan, Pakistan, and international terrorism; the rise of Asian powers China, Russia, and India; and, Iran and nuclear proliferation – and that list does not even include other pressing crises such as Darfur or Guantánamo. Yet before we can even begin to address these problems, the threshold challenge for the new administration will be to rejuvenate the transatlantic alliance. . . more

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Attacks on thousands of ethnic-Somali Muslims.

The British and US governments are complicit in war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by the Ethiopian army in the Ogaden region of the Horn of Africa, a human rights group has claimed.

"The Ethiopian army's response to the rebels has been to viciously attack civilians in Ogaden," said the group's spokeswoman, Georgette Gagnon. "These atrocities amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity." . . . more
satellite images

Images obtained from satellites confirm reports that Ethiopia’s military has destroyed several towns and villages in the nation’s arid, rocky eastern region of Ogaden. The images were disclosed Thursday as part of a report by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and provide evidence of burning and other destruction in the area. . . . more

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The Deal American wants from Iraq Part 5

Is Iraq turning into a US colony? An Interview with Mustafa Malik by Afsaneh Ostovar, Press TV, Tehran

Because the issue will be defeated by an overwhelming majority of Iraqi Arabs (both Shia and Sunni), who make up nearly four-fifths of the Iraqi population. . more

mustafa malik

Status of SOFA :

Speaking in the Jordanian capital, Amman, Maliki on Friday, 13 Jun 2008 said that the negotiations or talks with the US on a long-term agreement allowing US forces to remain in Iraq have "reached an impasse" or a "dead end" because of US demands thathugely infringed Iraq's sovereignty and can never accept.

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Taleban Jail Break

Saturday, 14 June 2008 07:13 UK, BBC news

Afghan security forces are searching for hundreds of prisoners who escaped a jail in Kandahar, Afghanistan, after Taleban fighters blew up the main gate.

An official in the southern city told the BBC about 340 Taleban militants had got away and 15 policemen were killed in the car bomb and rocket attack.

Where the Jail Break took place

About 1,000 people in all were thought to have escaped, Kandahar provincial council head Wali Karzai said.

A state of emergency has been declared in the city.

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US Chief of Air Force changes hands

Gen. Norton Schwartz

If confirmed by the US Senate, Schwartz would be the first Air Force chief of staff not to have served as a fighter or bomber pilot, an Air Force spokeswoman said Monday. . . more

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