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Khamis, 7 November 2013

Suara Sri Andalas

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Jawatankuasa Perwakilan Penduduk Bertujuan Politik dan Rampas Kuasa PBT

Posted: 07 Nov 2013 01:30 AM PST

KUALA LUMPUR 7 NOV : Jawatankuasa Perwakilan Penduduk (JPP) yang ditubuhkan kerajaan pusat bagi menyokong program pembangunan masyarakat disifatkan mempunyai tujuan politik dan cubaan rampasan kuasa daripada kerajaan negeri dan Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan (PBT).

Ahli Parlimen Bayan Baru, Sim Tze Tzin, berkata fungsi JPP yang dicadangkan kerajaan pusat didapati sama dengan tugas ahli majlis dan mungkin melanggar Perlembagaan.

Katanya, JPP yang tertumpu di kawasan bandar itu akan mensasarkan PBT di negeri Pakatan Rakyat (PR) dan mungkin bertujuan bersaing dengan ahli majlis lantikan kerajaan negeri.

"Penubuhan JPP diputuskan selepas Barisan Nasional (BN) gagal meraih undi majoriti daripada penduduk di kawasan bandar ketika Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 (PRU-13) lalu.

"Kami syak kerajaan pusat ingin memusatkan kuasa dengan menubuhkan JPP sebagai 'Ahli Majlis Lantikan Persekutuan' yang jelas bercanggah dengan Perlembagaan kerana PBT adalah di bawah bidang kuasa kerajaan negeri.

"Saya menyeru kerajaan tempatan dan kerajaan negeri mengambil perhatian terhadap inisiatif ini," katanya pada sidang media, di lobi Parlimen, di sini, hari ini.

Katanya, adalah lebih baik jika kerajaan mebenarkan pelaksanaan pilihan raya kerajaan tempatan diadakan untuk memberi mandat yang lebih besar kepada pentadbiran PBT.

Beliau berkata, pilihan raya itu dijamin akan menjadikan ahli majlis sedia ada lebih efektif dalam urusan pentadbiran dan perbandaran.

"Penubuhan JPP hanya membuang masa dan peruntukan kerajaan kerana akan menghadkan kuasa PBT yang sebenarnya terletak di bawah kerajaan negeri. Kerajaan pusat harus akur berkenaan kuasa PBT yang terletak di bawah kerajaan negeri dan elakkan daripada melanggar kuasa," katanya.

Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak mengumumkan peruntukan bajet sejumlah RM63 juta untuk menubuhkan 24 zon JPP di setiap PBT, pada 25 Oktober lalu,

JPP akan bertindak sebagai satu entiti yang dianggotai wakil masyarakat setempat bagi menyokong program pembangunan masyarakat, di samping menangani isu perbandaran di kawasan PBT dan inisiatif terbaru itu adalah hasil maklum balas yang menunjukkan kebanyakna penduduk bandar tidak memahami dengan jelas berkenaan program dana dasar kerajaan, ketika PRU-13 lalu.


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Malaysia Berdepan Saman Jika TPPA Dimeterai

Posted: 07 Nov 2013 01:26 AM PST

KUALA LUMPUR 7 NOV : Kerajaan Malaysia bakal berdepan risiko saman daripada firma gergasi jika berkeras melaksanakan penyelesaian pertikaian pelaburan negara (ISDS) dengan menandatangani rundingan Perjanjian Perkongsian Trans Pasifik (TPPA).

Ahli Parlimen Lembah Pantai, Nurul Izzah, berkata walaupun ramai berpendapat ISDS penting kerana digunapakai di banyak negara, namun mekanisma itu hanya menguntungkan pelabur asing dan menyebabkan pelabur tempatan jatuh ke kelas kedua.

Katanya, kerajaan disaran mewujudkan tabung khas jika Malaysia disaman syarikat gergasi berikutan kosnya yang tinggi, selain dinasihatkan bersedia menerima risiko pasca menandatangani TPPA.

"Ini adalah masalah serius jika perjanjian ini dimeterai tanpa mengetahui bebanan yang akan ditanggung negara dan menjejaskan generasi masa depan termasuk ekonomi Malaysia.

"Pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat (PR) sudah bertemu dengan pakar ISDS dan berpendapat kita tidak boleh terima tanpa teliti kandungan hitam putih setiap bab TPPA yang bakal ditandatangani Malaysia," katanya pada sidang media di Parlimen, di sini, hari ini.

Katanya, PR tidak pernah menolak sebarang urusan perdagangan, namun pelaksanaan undang-undang itu bakal menjerut ramai pihak dan tidak harus diterima pakai.

Beliau berkata, TPPA harus dihentikan terutama apabila Amerika Syarikat didapati membuat intipan menggunakan kedutaan dan suruhanjaya tinggi mereka di Kuala Lumpur ke atas Malaysia.

"Kita mesti hentikan ini terutama selepas mendapat tahu apa yang dilakukan Amerika ke atas Malaysia dan kerajaan perlu dapatkan penjelasan.

"Malaysia perlu mencontohi Kesatuan Eropah yang menghentikan akses perbankan Amerika selepas mengetahui mereka menjalankan intipan ke atas negara itu," katanya.

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Anwar Ibrahim

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Anwar Ibrahim


Russell Brand: we deserve more from our democratic system

Posted: 07 Nov 2013 04:44 AM PST

The Guardian

Following his appearance on Newsnight, the comedian explains why he believes there are alternatives to our current regime

I’ve had an incredible week since I spoke from the heart, some would say via my arse, on Paxman. I’ve had slaps on the back, fist bumps, cheers and hugs while out and about, cock-eyed offers of political power from well intentioned chancers and some good ol’ fashioned character assassinations in the papers.

The people who liked the interview said it was because I’d articulated what they were thinking. I recognise this. God knows I’d love to think the attention was about me but I said nothing new or original, it was the expression of the knowledge that democracy is irrelevant that resonated. As long as the priorities of those in government remain the interests of big business, rather than the people they were elected to serve, the impact of voting is negligible and it is our responsibility to be more active if we want real change.

Turns out that among the disenchanted is Paxman himself who spends most of his time at the meek heart of the political establishment and can’t summons up the self-delusion to drag his nib across the ballot box. He, more than any of us is aware that politicians are frauds. I’ve not spent too much time around them, only on the telly, it’s not pleasant; once you’ve been on Question Time and seen Boris simpering under a make-up brush it’s difficult to be enthusiastic about politics.

The only reason to vote is if the vote represents power or change. I don’t think it does. I fervently believe that we deserve more from our democratic system than the few derisory tit-bits tossed from the carousel of the mighty, when they hop a few inches left or right. The lazily duplicitous servants of The City expect us to gratefully participate in what amounts to little more than a political hokey cokey where every four years we get to choose what colour tie the liar who leads us wears.

I remember the election and Cameron didn’t even get properly voted in, he became prime minister by default when he teamed up with Clegg. Clegg who immediately reneged (Renegy-Cleggy?) on his flagship pledge to end tuition fees at the first whiff of power.

When students, perhaps students who had voted for him, rioted they were condemned. People riot when dialogue fails, when they feel unrepresented and bored by the illusion, bilious with the piped in toxic belch wafted into their homes by the media.

The reason these coalitions are so easily achieved is that the distinctions between the parties are insignificant. My friend went to a posh “do” in the country where David Cameron, a man whose face resembles a little painted egg, was in attendance. Also present were members of the opposition and former prime minister Tony Blair. Whatever party they claim to represent in the day, at night they show their true colours and all go to the same party.

Obviously there has been some criticism of my outburst, I’ve not been universally applauded as a cross between Jack Sparrow and Spartacus (which is what I’m going for) but they’ve been oddly personal and I think irrelevant to the argument. I try not to read about myself as the mean stuff is hurtful and the good stuff hard to believe, but my mates always give me the gist of what’s going on, the bastards. Some people say I’m a hypocrite because I’ve got money now. When I was poor and I complained about inequality people said I was bitter, now I’m rich and I complain about inequality they say I’m a hypocrite. I’m beginning to think they just don’t want inequality on the agenda because it is a real problem that needs to be addressed.

It’s easy to attack me, I’m a right twerp, I’m a junkie and a cheeky monkey, I accept it, but that doesn’t detract from the incontrovertible fact that we are living in a time of huge economic disparity and confronting ecological disaster. This disparity has always been, in cultures since expired, a warning sign of end of days. In Rome, Egypt and Easter Island the incubated ruling elites, who had forgotten that we are one interconnected people, destroyed their societies by not sharing. That is what’s happening now, regardless of what you think of my hair or me using long words, the facts are the facts and the problem is the problem. Don’t be distracted. I think these columnist fellas who give me aggro for not devising a solution or for using long words are just being territorial. When they say “long words” they mean “their words” like I’m a monkey who got in their Mum’s dressing up box or a hooligan in policeman’s helmet.

As I said to Paxman at the time “I can’t conjure up a global Utopia right now in this hotel room”. Obviously that’s not my job and it doesn’t need to be, we have brilliant thinkers and organisations and no one needs to cook up an egalitarian Shangri-La on their todd; we can all do it together.

I like Jeremy Paxman, incidentally. I think he’s a decent bloke but like a lot of people who work deep within the system it’s hard for him to countenance ideas from outside the narrowly prescribed trench of contemporary democracy. Most of the people who criticized me have a vested interest in the maintenance of the system. They say the system works. What they mean is “the system works for me”.

The less privileged among us are already living in the apocalypse, the thousands of street sleepers in our country, the refugees and the exploited underclass across our planet daily confront what we would regard as the end of the world. No money, no home, no friends, no support, no hand of friendship reaching out, just acculturated and inculcated condemnation.

When I first got a few quid it was like an anaesthetic that made me forget what was important but now I’ve woken up. I can’t deny that I’ve done a lot of daft things while I was under the capitalist fugue, some silly telly, soppy scandals, movies better left unmade. I’ve also become rich. I don’t hate rich people; Che Guevara was a rich person. I don’t hate anyone, I judge no one, that’s not my job, I’m a comedian and my job is to say whatever I like to whoever I want if I’m prepared to take the consequences. Well I am.

My favourite experiences since Paxman-nacht are both examples of the dialogue it sparked. Firstly my friend’s 15-year-old son wrote an essay for his politics class after he read my New Statesman piece. He didn’t agree with everything I said, he prefers the idea of spoiling ballots to not voting “to show we do care” maybe he’s right, I don’t know. The reason not voting could be effective is that if we starve them of our consent we could force them to acknowledge that they operate on behalf of The City and Wall Street; that the financing of political parties and lobbying is where the true influence lies; not in the ballot box. However, this 15-year-old is quite smart and it’s quite possible that my opinions are a result of decades of drug abuse.

I’m on tour so I’ve been with thousands of people every night (not like in the old days, I’m a changed man) this is why I’m aware of how much impact the Newsnight interview had. Not everyone I chat to agrees with me but their beliefs are a lot closer to mine than the broadsheets, and it’s their job to be serious. One thing I’ve learned and was surprised by is that I may suffer from the ol’ sexism. I can only assume I have an unaddressed cultural hangover, like my adorable Nan who had a heart that shone like a pearl but was, let’s face it, a bit racist. I don’t want to be a sexist so I’m trying my best to check meself before I wreck meself. The problem may resolve itself as I’m in a loving relationship with a benevolent dictator and have entirely relinquished personal autonomy.

Whilst travelling between gigs I had my second notable encounter. One night late at the Watford Gap I got chatting to a couple of squaddies, one Para, one Marine, we talked a bit about family and politics, I invited them to a show. Then we were joined by three Muslim women, all hijabbed up. For a few perfect minutes in the strip lit inertia of this place, that was nowhere in particular but uniquely Britain, I felt how plausible and beautiful The Revolution could be. We just chatted.

Between three sets of different people; first generation Muslims, servicemen and the privileged elite that they serve (that would be me) effortless cooperation occurred. Here we were free from the divisive rule that tears us apart. That sends brave men and women to foreign lands to fight their capitalist wars, that intimidates and unsettles people whose faith and culture superficially distinguishes them, that tells the comfortable “hush now” you have your trinkets. It seemed ridiculous that refracted through the power prism that blinds us; the soldiers could be invading the homeland of these women’s forefathers in order to augment my luxurious stupour. Here in the gap we were together. Our differences irrelevant. With no one to impose separation we are united.

I realised then that our treasured concepts of tribe and nation are not valued by those who govern except when it is to divide us from each other. They don’t believe in Britain or America they believe in the dollar and the pound. These are deep and entrenched systemic wrongs that are unaddressed by party politics.

The symptoms of these wrongs are obvious, global and painful. Drone strikes on the innocent, a festering investment for future conflict.

How many combatants are created each time an innocent person in a faraway land is silently ironed out from an Arizona call centre? The reality is we have more in common with the people we’re bombing than the people we’re bombing them for.

NSA spying, how far-reaching is the issue of surveillance? Do you think we don’t have our own cute, quaint British version? Does it matter if the dominant paradigm of Western Capitalism is indifferent to our Bud Flanagan belief in nation? Can we really believe these problems can be altered within the system that created them? That depends on them? The system that we are invited to vote for? Of course not, that’s why I won’t vote. That’s why I support the growing revolution.

We can all contribute ideas as to how to change our world; schoolboys, squaddies, hippies, Muslims, Jews and if what I’m describing is naive then you can keep your education and your indoctrination because loving our planet and each other is a duty, a beautiful obligation. While chatting to people this week I heard some interesting ideas, here are a couple.

We could use the money accumulated by those who have too much, not normal people with a couple of cars, giant corporations, to fund a fairer society.

The US government gave a trillion dollars to bail out the big five banks over the past year. Banks that have grown by 30% since the crisis and are experiencing record profits and giving their execs record bonuses. How about, hang on to your hats because here comes a naïve suggestion, don’t give them that money, use it to create one million jobs at fifty grand a year for people who teach, nurse or protect.

These bailouts for elites over services for the many are institutionalised within the system, no party proposes changing it. American people that voted, voted for it. I’m not voting for that.

That’s one suggestion for the Americans; we started their country so we owe them a favour now things are getting heavy.

Here’s one for blighty; Philip Green, the bloke who owns Top Shop didn’t pay any income tax on a £1.2bn dividend in 2005. None. Unless he paid himself a salary that year, in addition to the £1.2bn dividend, the largest in corporate history, then the people who clean Top Shop paid more income tax than he did. That’s for two reasons – firstly because he said that all of his £1.2bn earnings belong to his missus, who was registered in Monaco and secondly because he’s an arsehole. The money he’s nicked through legal loopholes would pay the annual salary for 20,000 NHS nurses. It’s not illegal; it’s systemic, British people who voted, voted for it. I’m not voting for that.

Why don’t you try not paying taxes and see how quickly a lump of bird gets thrown in your face. It’s socialism for corporate elites and feudalism for the rest of us. Those suggestions did not come from me; no the mind that gave the planet Booky Wook and Ponderland didn’t just add an economically viable wealth distribution system to the laudable list of accolades, to place next to my Shagger Of The Year awards.

The first came from Dave DeGraw, the second Johann Hari got from UK Uncut. Luckily with organisations like them, Occupy, Anonymous and The People’s Assembly I don’t need to come with ideas, we can all participate. I’m happy to be a part of the conversation, if more young people are talking about fracking instead of twerking we’re heading in the right direction. The people that govern us don’t want an active population who are politically engaged, they want passive consumers distracted by the spectacle of which I accept I am a part.

If we all collude and collaborate together we can design a new system that makes the current one obsolete. The reality is there are alternatives. That is the terrifying truth that the media, government and big business work so hard to conceal. Even the outlet that printed this will tomorrow print a couple of columns saying what a naïve wanker I am, or try to find ways that I’ve fucked up. Well I am naïve and I have fucked up but I tell you something else. I believe in change. I don’t mind getting my hands dirty because my hands are dirty already. I don’t mind giving my life to this because I’m only alive because of the compassion and love of others. Men and women strong enough to defy this system and live according to higher laws. This is a journey we can all go on together, all of us. We can include everyone and fear no one. A system that serves the planet and the people. I’d vote for that.

BULETIN RAKYAT

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BULETIN RAKYAT


USAHAWAN SEKITAR RAWANG BERBENGKEL BERSAMA GENERASI USAHAWAN HEBAT @ GEN-UH, HOTEL SAHARA, RAWANG 26 OKT 2013

Posted: 07 Nov 2013 04:30 AM PST

Bersama PKM Dun Rawang, Yb Gan Pei Nei dan Gen UH Generasi Usahawan Hebat mengadakan bengkel keusahawan di Hotel Sahara, Rawang..26 Okt Sabtu lepas demi ntuk mertabatkan peniaga dan usahawan kecil sekitar rawang. Tahniah kepada semua peserta bengkel Gen-UH..


PARTI KEADILAN RAKYAT NEGERI SEMBILAN

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PARTI KEADILAN RAKYAT NEGERI SEMBILAN


Naik caj Astro RM2, lagi beban kepada pengguna

Posted: 06 Nov 2013 08:17 PM PST

KUALA LUMPUR 6 NOVEMBER: Astro tidak seharusnya menambah beban pengguna dengan menaikkan caj untuk beberapa pakej yang disiarkannya memandangkan syarikat tersebut telah meraih keuntungan besar saban tahun.
yahya-sahri
Malah Pengerusi Biro Kepenggunaan KEADILAN, Yahya Sahri berkata, Astro yang diberi hak memonopoli khidmat televisyen berbayar seharusnya menyelesaikan terlebih dahulu isu melibatkan kepuasan pelanggan sebelum bertindak menaikkan caj.

"Astro ini sudah untung besar, sudah monopoli pasaran. Jadi tak wajarlah caj perkhidmatan kepada pengguna dinaikkan.
"Apatah lagi bila kita selalu dengar tentang rungutan berkaitan dengan mutu penyiaran Astro yang kurang memuaskan selain penyiaran rancangan yang berulang-ulang," tegas beliau yang mahu Suruhanjaya Komunikasi Malaysia (SKKM) mengkaji cadangan Astro itu.
Astro dalam laman sesawangnya memaklumkan akan mengenakan tambahan caj RM2 bagi pakej keluarga dan RM6 bagi pakej sukan bermula 24 November ini.
Yahya sementara itu berkata, monopoli Astro harus ditamatkan, Kementerian Penerangan, Komunikasi dan Kebudayaan seharusnya meluluskan lesen khidmat televisyen berbayar kepada syarikat lain.
Menurutnya ia bagi mewujudkan persaingan sihat di antara penyedia perkhidmatan seperti yang berlaku di antara pembekal perkhidmatan komunikasi selain memberikan lebih pilihan kepada pengguna.ni.
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Anwar: Seluruh negara Asean harus bantah intipan Amerika

Posted: 06 Nov 2013 08:15 PM PST

JAKARTA 6 NOVEMBER: Seluruh negara Asean harus membantah keras intipan Amerika Syarikat (AS) ke atas beberapa negara terlibat, kata Ketua Pembangkang Malaysia, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
Lapor Kompas.com, Anwar berkata, melalui penyatuan semua negara Asean, bantahan lebih mudah dan didengari.
Anwar Jakarta
"Kita harus ambil sikap (tindakan), harus tegas, terutama menuntut mereka untuk minta maaf. Segera keluarkan (ungkapan(kenyataan)) siapa saja yang terlibat," kata Anwar pada pertemuan dengan Ketua Dewan Perwakilan Daerah (DPD) Irman Gusman di Jakarta, semalam.

Katanya, negara-negara Asean seperti Indonesia dan Malaysia yang dikhabarkan diintip Amerika masih berlembut dan tidak tegas.
Menurut Anwar, Indonesia hanya sekadar melakukan bantahan tanpa tindakan lebih jauh.
Bagaimanapun, beliau menyifatkan, reaksi Indonesia itu lebih baik dibandingkan pemerintah Malaysia yang sama sekali belum mempamerkan bantahan.
"Sampai sekarang pemerintahan Malaysia belum ada pernyataan keras terhadap (isu) ini. Sering kali kita menemukan sikap yang lemah," kata mantan Timbalan Perdana Menteri Malaysia itu, lapor portal Indonesia itu dipetik.
Anwar selanjutnya membandingkan dengan negara-negara Eropah seperti Jerman yang juga menjadi sasaran intipan Amerika. Ini kerana Jerman menentang keras setelah mengetahui Kanselor Jerman, Angela Merkel diintip.
"Jerman sebagai negara tetangga (jiran) masih dicurangi, apalagi negara Asia. Untuk itu, kita harus memprotes keras. Harus tegas, terutama menuntut untuk (Amerika) meminta maaf," tegas Anwar.
Dilaporkan, Agensi Keselamatan Kebangsaan (NSA) AS diketahui mengintip komunikasi negara-negara sekutu mereka di Eropah. AS juga disebut mengintip komunikasi pemerintah Indonesia. Australia juga dilaporkan melakukan hal yang sama terhadap Indonesia.
Laporan terbaru di laman Sydney Morning Herald 31 Oktober lalu menyebut, pejabat Kedutaan Besar Australia di Jakarta turut menjadi lokasi intipan maklumat elektronik.
Sehubungan itu, Kerajaan Indonesia meminta pengesahan Kedutaan Besar AS dan Australia mengenai intipan yang diduga dilakukan kedua-dua negara tersebut terhadap negara itu tetapi hasilnya, AS mahupun Australia sekadar membisu.
Anwar dalam kenyataan sebelum itu menyelar sikap Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak yang membisu terhadap tindakan tercela itu.
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