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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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The People's Declaration

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Iraq parliament delays US security pact

Vote postponed until Thursday, legislators call for pact to be dependent on national referendum in 2009
The parliamentary vote on the US-Iraq security pact was postponed on Wednesday. Delayed until Thursday the security pact has undergone several drafts in an attempt to keep various political factions on board and to push it through parliament with a respectable majority. The proposed deal would require US troops to withdraw from Iraq cities by the end of June and from the rest of the country by the end of 2011. It would also give Iraq jurisdiction and supervision of US forces. However intense political wrangling continues to stall the vote. Parliamentary MP’s decided to make the pact dependent on a national referendum to be held in 2009. The decision to hold a referendum next year could set Baghdad on a collision course with Washington as the UN mandate governing international forces in Iraq expires on Dec 31st. .   .    ;     ;     Watch video

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Obama looks to Eric Holder for justice

Bruce Fein: Holder lacks the necessary credibility, independence, and understanding of the constitution
Reports indicate that Eric Holder will be Barack Obama's nominee to the position of Attorney General. Bruce Fein believes that the choice of Holder is a poor one for a variety of reasons. The first being that Holder, according to Fein, has yet to demonstrate a critique of the Bush administration's conduct that is grounded in an understanding of the constitution. Fein points to Holder's recent call for the closing of Guantanamo Bay military prison as an example of this, opining that Holder's criticisms of the prison are limited to the prison's location and do not question the underlying right of the United States to keep prisoners without charging them. One issue that is sure to factor greatly in the discussion over Holder's appointment will be his involvement in Bill Clinton's last-day pardon of Marc Rich. Fein believes that Holder's actions at that time reveal an unwillingness to stand up to his superiors, at that time represented by Clinton, a trait that Fein believes is central to the role of the Attorney General. Finally, by participating in the pardoning of Rich, Fein believes that Holder, and by association Obama, have lost the moral position necessary to denounce any of the potential pardons that many are expecting to see come from the desk of George W. Bush in his final days in office.


Bruce Fein is the founder of the American Freedom Agenda, that works to restore constitutional checks and balances. He served in the US Justice Department under President Reagan and has been an adjunct scholar with the American Enterprise Institute, a resident scholar at the Heritage Foundation, a lecturer at the Brookings Institute, and an adjunct professor at George Washington University. He is an adviser to Ron Paul. .   .    .   watch Video

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US-Iraq: What's the deal?

There has been 2 EUPHEMISMS of late, regarding the original SOFA (Status of Forces Agreement) as it was originally called, now the American main stream media have been calling it a SECURITY PACK while the Iraqi main stream media call it a WITHDRAWAL AGREEMENT.

Michael Schwartz deconstructs the US-Iraq security pact:
In the first part of this series, professor Michael Schwartz, author of a recent new book on the Iraq war, examines the twists and turns of the Bush administrations' rush to have a security pact approved by the Iraqi Parliament before Bush leaves office. . . watch video

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Usul ekonomi ditolak Speaker Dewan Rakyat

KUALA LUMPUR, 24 Nov, Harakah dan Malaysiakini melaporkan Usul Ketua Pembangkang, Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim di bawah perkara 18 (1) khas bagi membincangkan isu kegawatan ekonomi yang dibawa ke Dewan Rakyat pagi tadi ditolak oleh Speaker Dewan Rakyat, Dato' Ronald Kiandee.

Usul tersebut berbunyi:

“Bahawa dewan ini hendaklah ditangguhkan bagi membolehkan dewan yang mulia ini membincangkan satu isu tentang laporan terbaru United Nations Conference on Trade and Development World Investment Report 2008 mengenai pengaliran keluar pelaburan langsung asing atau FDI yang mencecah RM38 billion berbanding kemasukan yang hanya RM29 billion untuk 2007 menyebabkan negara mengalami Aliran Bersih Pelaburan Langsung Asing yang negatif sebanyak RM9 billion.”

Pada hari Isnin 24hb November 2008, usul tersebut akan dibacakan ataupun dibahas di dalam Dewan Rakyat sekiranya dibenarkan oleh Yang Di Pertua Dewan.


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Bank eat bank: Bailout encourages mergers

What  is going on in the United Sates of  America ?

Banks are reportedly using their bailout money to buy up smaller banks instead of helping homeowners  .   .    .   read  more

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RPK quizzed, lodges police report over ISA arrest

Blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin was today questioned by the police over two articles on Islam posted on his Malaysia Today website.

At the same time, Raja Petra, 58, who is the editor of the blog, also lodged a police report against the authorities for his almost two months detention under the Internal Security Act (ISA). .  .  .   .  read more

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Barak Hussein Obama Jr. possible team of administrators

Hillary Rodham Clinton is said as accepting her appointment as the Secretary of State.

Bill Richardson has been officially named to be the Commerce Secretary.

For other possible appointments - read more.
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Iran - A Blogger’s Arrest Is Reported

A Web site affiliated with the Iranian Intelligence Ministry has reported that a high-profile blogger, Hossein Derakhshan, was also arrested this month and accused of spying for Israel. Judiciary officials have not confirmed his arrest but the Web site, Jahan News, reported that he had confessed to spying for Israel.

.Mr. Derakhshan, an Iranian-Canadian, had lived in Canada since 2000 but moved back to Tehran a few weeks ago. He traveled to Israel in 2007 and wrote about it on his blog. . source : nyt

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Iraqi parliament to vote on SOFA

The Iraqi parliament will vote on Wednesday on a controversial pact negotiated with Washington that would see US occupation forces leave the war-torn country by the end of 2011, its speaker said on Saturday. . . . read more

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Someone must be held accountable for the war in Iraq

The Iraqi people’s human and civil rights were - and remain -swept aside by the occupation.

By Burhan Al-Chalabi.

The U.S. Presidential Election has sent a clear and unequivocal message to the world. The American people have rejected the foreign and domestic policies of President George W. Bush.

In Britain, the former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, found his position unsustainable and resigned, leaving the invasion of Iraq and its awful consequences as his political legacy. The new Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, has talked about the need to be open and transparent in order to win the trust of the British public, but has so far shown no sign of addressing or redressing his predecessor’s failed policies in Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East. The military occupation of Iraq and the exploitation of its vast mineral wealth continue unabated.

To justify the invasion of and war against Iraq, President Bush and Prime Minister Blair cited two violations by the Iraqi regime: of human rights and of UN Security Council resolutions passed just before and after the first Gulf War of 1991. The purpose of the war, it was claimed, was to hold the Iraqi regime accountable under international law.

But by invading Iraq, the U.S. Administration and the British Government were themselves violating UN resolutions and international law, as stated in the Report by Lord Bingham, the Law Lord, and published in the Guardian on 18th November 2008. The Iraqi people’s human and civil rights were ---and remain---swept aside by the acts of war and the continuing fact of occupation. . . . . read more

Public Forum : “Iraq war was illegal. Get real and stop lying!”

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Michael Jackson has reportedly become a Muslim

The singer, who was raised as a Jehovah's Witness, converted to Islam in a ceremony at a friend's house in Los Angeles.

According to The Sun, the ceremony took place while Jackson, 50, was recording an album at the home of Steve Porcaro, a keyboard player who composed music on his Thriller album.

The former Jackson 5 star was counseled by David Wharnsby, a Canadian songwriter, and Phillip Bubal, a producer, who have both converted. . . . read more

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