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Debat Najib-Anwar Penting Elak Negara Muflis

Posted: 15 Jan 2011 06:53 PM PST

Dari Harakah

Janji 100 hari Pakatan Rakyat jika memerintah Malaysia tiba-tiba merungsingkan BN. Bagi Pakatan Rakyat, ia adalah janji realistik yang mampu dilakukan.

Najib pula mengatakan ia boleh membawa Malaysia bankrap. Melalui berita radio, saya dengar ucapan Najib (lebihkurang ayatnya): 'Dalamasa 2 tahun laksanakan janji itu, Malaysia boleh bankrap macam Greece.'

Ayat ini sangat penting. Anwar dan PR kata tak muflis. Najib dan BN kata janji 100 hari boleh muflis. Tak mungkin kedua-duanya benar. Salah seorang berbohong. Tapi siapa?

Malaysia menuju muflis juga sangat penting. Ertinya kalau Pakatan Rakyat memerintah dan menunaikan janjinya itu, ucapan Najib itu mungkin menjadi kenyataan, iaitu Malaysia boleh bankrap dalamasa 2 tahun. Tapi dari fakta yang ada yang disiarkan dalam pelbagai media alternatif, termasuk ucapan terakhir Datuk Mustafa Ali dan Anwar di program Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat: PAS Ganti Umno, PR Ganti BN di Geliga, Kemaman pada hari Sabtu 15 Jan 2011 menunjukkan janji itu mampu ditunaikan dengan izin Allah.

Justru, apa penyelesaian terbaik? Ia tidak lain melainkan satu debat terbuka antara Najib dan Anwar mesti diadakan. Di Amerika, UK dan beberapa negara lain, termasuk negara haram Israel, rasanya, boleh mengadakan debat antara pemimpin tertinggi parti.

Kalau begitu, mengapa Najib takut? Kalau sungguh rakyat tidak akan terpengaruh dengan janji kosong PR, mengapa tidak bersedia berdebat? Kalau janji PR boleh bawa negara muflis, di atas dasar mempertahankan negara dari muflis, maka sepatutnya Najib bersedia mempertahankan Malaysia dari menjadi muflis dengan sebab janji kosong PR itu?

Najib ada pakar ekonomi. Anwar ada pakar ekonomi. Masing-masing sediakan fakta dan angka. Bentangkan dalam debat itu. Apa takut? Najib kata debat tidak mendatangkan hasil. Siapa kata?

Atau takut kalah dengan janji 'kosong' PR itu. Kalau sungguh BN mendahulukan rakyat, Najib mesti bersedia berdebat dengan Anwar, dan biarkan rakyat yang menonton secara langsung dalam TV itu menjadi hakimnya. Masih takut?

Nik Nasri Nik Malek,
Kemaman, Terengganu

Takziah Untuk Korban Tragedi Sabarimala

Posted: 15 Jan 2011 03:50 AM PST

Kita dikejutkan dengan khabar sedih dari Kerala, India apabila hampir 100 orang menjadi korban ketika melaksanakan ziarah Sabarimala. Ziarah yang dilakukan penganut beragama Hindu ke daerah Idukki itu bersempena sambutan Makaravilakku untuk melihat bintang Makarjyoti.

Saya mengambil kesempatan ini untuk merakamkan ucapan takziah kepada seluruh keluarga mangsa yang menjadi korban tragedi ini. Saya berharap pihak berwajib Malaysia agar segera mengenalpasti jikalau ada mangsa terdiri dari rakyat Malaysia. Kepada Kerajaan India dan seluruh rakyatnya, kami di Malaysia turut bersimpati dan berharap moga tragedi seperti ini tidak lagi berulang.

ANWAR IBRAHIM

The Tyranny Of BN

Posted: 14 Jan 2011 08:14 PM PST

In 1998, Dr.Mahathir’s tyrannous regime infamously tried Anwar Ibrahim
on trumped-up sodomy charges. In the great tradition of authoritarian
rulers everywhere, Mahathir used a corrupt police force and biased
judiciary to put Anwar away. So outrageous was the conduct of
Augustine Paul,the presiding judge in Anwar’s trial, that it would be
not be extreme to compare him to the notorious Nazi kangaroo court
judge, Roland Freisler. Anwar rallied the people and put up a
tremendous fight, but to no avail. Brute force had prevailed over the
voices of countless people who took to the streets and to cyberspace
resolved to end the unjust rule of the Barisan Nasional (BN)
government. Free Anwar became the rallying call of liberal and
progressive Malaysia, and Anwar’s fate became tied up with the hopes
of a nation. And so the nation was thrilled when the Anwar-led
opposition coalition won 5 states and 82 parliamentary seats in the
last general election.

Since then the BN government has tried every possible underhand ploy
at its disposal in order to undermine the opposition coalition. This
included fabricating another sodomy case against Anwar who is rightly
regarded by the government as its chiefest foe. His biggest sin in the
eyes of the government is his unprecedented challenge to their divide
and rule racial policies. This threatens the very existence of the BN,
and consequently the vested interests of its leaders and their chief
supporters.

Increasingly desperate, they have now conjured up Ummi Hafilda Ali, a
faded and vaguely sinister figure from the first sodomy trial. At her
press conference on 13th January, she exuded a great deal of malice,
but made very little sense. She made the astonishing claim that the
opposition gains in March 2008 was solely due to her absence from the
electoral battlefield. She threatened to sue Anwar and others for
hundreds of millions, although there appears to be no legal cause of
action known to our jurisprudence to support her ridiculous claim.
Trotting out this foolish woman just as the general election looms
closer is surely a new low even for the BN government.

It is significant that Ummi Hafilda has been dusted off the shelf just
as Najib desperately seeks ways to avoid debating Anwar Ibrahim on the
economy. Instead of engaging in an open and free discussion of
national issues with the leader of the opposition, the BN chooses to
respond by digging up the mouldering bones of an old and discredited
slander. Oppressive and dishonest, the BN advances its political
agenda by engaging in sordid conspiracies against its political
opponents. Unable and unwilling to engage in free political discourse,
the BN constantly seeks to use State powers to criminalize and destroy
its opponents. This has ever been the way with tyrants. But like so
many other tyrannies, this one too shall come to an end, and our
nation will shake off the restraints imposed by BN and stride forward
to meet its great destiny.

N.SURENDRAN
VICE PRESIDENT
PARTI KEADILAN RAKYAT

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