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25 November 2010

BN adds 1 Malaysia to its logo as snap polls loom

The Barisan Nasional (BN) is adding elements of the “1 Malaysia” artwork to its iconic logo ahead of snap polls expected next year, making it the first major “cosmetic change” since the ruling coalition was established before the 1974 general election.

The Malaysian Insider understands the new look for the “dacing”, or weighing scale, was approved last week together with proposals for direct and associate membership into coalition founded by BN chairman Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s father, Tun Abdul Razak Hussein, to replace the Alliance coalition after the 1969 race riots.

“The dacing in white will now have the 1 and BN letters in the middle to reflect 1 Malaysia,” a source told The Malaysian Insider, referring to the prime minister’s 1 Malaysia concept.

The familiar blue background will now include strips of red, yellow and blue — which are colours of the national flag, the Jalur Gemilang, the source added.

Before BN came to existence, the Alliance, comprising Umno, the MCA and MIC, used the sailing ship as its common logo for the 1959, 1964 and 1969 polls. The three parties have never used their own logos for any elections in independent Malaya or Malaysia, unlike their foes PKR, DAP and PAS.

It also learnt the new logo will be used after being approved by the Registrar of Societies (Ros), and will likely to be used first in the Sarawak state election due before next July or the snap polls widely speculated for next March.

BN leaders contacted by The Malaysian Insider said the new logo has injected a “new spirit” due to the new colours but they still preferred the current logo.

The BN now has 13 members, eight of which are from Sabah and Sarawak.

Under the amendments to its charter by the BN supreme council, BN agrees to accept direct and associate members apart from launching a BN Rakan Muda Club, seen as a way to attract young talent repulsed by the race-based parties within the coalition.

Najib said last week that the historic decision to amend its charter is an effort to make BN more inclusive and open to all who share its concept, principles and policies of the coalition.

He had said the BN supreme council had decided direct membership is open to any political party, association, non-governmental organisation while the BN Friends’ Club is for those friendly to the coalition.

The amendments will be submitted to the RoS, he added.

The BN Rakan Muda Club is for those between 18 and 21who want to support the coalition before they are allowed to vote at the age of 21.

A BN Youth Lab survey carried out recently estimated that 49 per cent of the electorate will be under the age of 35 by the next general election as all parties focus to register an estimated four million eligible voters.

BN is looking to regain its customary two-third parliamentary majority it lost to Pakatan Rakyat (PR) parties in Election 2008, which also saw the coalition lose power in four more states.

It has since taken back Perak through defections in PR parties there.

Najib, who replaced Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as prime minister in April 2009, has gone out to woo support with his 1 Malaysia concept and meeting all communities, particularly the various Indian groups.

The amendments for BN are seen as his way to renew the ageing coalition and revive its multi-culturalism character ahead of the polls where he is seeking his own mandate as prime minister.


Oh yes, 1Msia as logo but everything about UMNOI/BN points towards divide and rule.
We will show full evidence of what Najib's 1Msia is all about, we will ridicule his 1Msia with videos and DVDs. At rallies, we will ridicule Najib's 1Msia with projectors while Pakatan leaders speak.

Malaysians must send Najib and BN/UMNO to the political scrapheap. We cannot allow Malaysia to continue to be plundered and the institutions, hijacked and raped by BN/UMNO.

23 November 2010

No news from RoS on Pakatan registration

Saifuddin Nasution, the secretary-general of opposition party PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) said that the application made by the opposition coalition of PR (Pakatan Rakyat) to be registered as a legitimate party from the RoS (Registrar of Societies) have had no response so far. He said that the RoS had given the Pakatan Rakyat a positive response early this year where the RoS suggested that the name of the party be named as Pakatan Rakyat Malaysia but since then, there has been no further response.

He said “The last time we were called by RoS, we were asked to add the word Malaysia to Pakatan Rakyat, to become Pakatan Rakyat Malaysia, to reflect national identity. The agency had indicated its willingness to grant approval if the suggestion was followed.” He added that “The PR has also been facing internal constraints to contest the next election under a common symbol. One example is in rural Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu where traditionally the contest has always been between Umno and PAS. Umno is represented by the scale symbol, while PAS the moon. With a common symbol, it is enough for our opponent to go the ground to tell voters that PAS is not contesting because of the absence of the moon symbol. We can’t just dismiss the argument because PAS represents the group. So it is not purely ideological, but also tactical,”


The word 'RAKYAT', not malay enough for umno how to register.
Try looking into UMNO......and BINGO.......we know it's 100% 'BASTARDIZE MALAYSIAN' language.
This is exactly what we call double standards.

Try register 'Together Citizen'......GAURANTEE APPROVE.

Semen can remain in body up to 72 hours

According to a surgeon from HKL (Hospital Kuala Lumpur) Dr Razali Ibrahim, seminal fluids could still be present in a person’s rectum for up to 72 hours if the person is sodomized. Dr Razali, who was the surgeon who examined alleged sodomy victim Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan in the high profile Sodomy II case involving Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim explained the situation to lead prosecutor Datuk Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden. Mohd Yusof asked “When a person ejaculates into the anus, how long would the fluids remain in anus area before it trickles down?”

Dr Razali said “About 72 hours. In some cases, you can still get samples within the 72 hours as the anal canal is not straight,” To this, Sankara Nair for the defence team asked if Dr Razali had any authority in making such conclusions where he replied “When I did the examination, I did not know what to expect or whether I would find any samples. It is not necessary there be faeces in the rectum area... I agree, at that time when I examined Saiful, there was no faeces,”


Dr Razali - the bapuk, Saifool claimed that he hasn't shat and washed his arsehole for 72 hours (wonder if he prayed all this while), yet when you examined it, it was EMPTY (no feaces). What does that tell you - he is lying and it is a set up.

Now these wankers are trying to work their way into getting Anwar's DNA.


If you medical pricks have done your work diligently, what is there to be so scared of in giving the documents to the defence team??

22 November 2010

Anwar and PKR leaders hits back at Zaid

Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has hit out at Datuk Zaid Ibrahim for his continuing tirade against him and the PKR (Parti Kedilan Rakyat) of which he is the de facto leader. Anwar was speaking ahead of the upcoming Selangor PKR rally next week where he was very much focused on the resignation of Zaid Ibrahim from the party issue.

He said "Why should I speak about Zaid? That is not my job. My job is to strengthen the party. Some said I was not neutral and accused me of taking sides. But I tell you now - chose anyone, but not someone (who) criticises us using the Umno-owned media. I will not accept someone who has attacked the party and more so, condemned our friend and (outgoing deputy president) Syed Husin (Ali). Zaid would not have become the candidate for Hulu Selangor if I hadn't sent Khalid Ibrahim to persuade the divisions because they did not want him. We have to be mature to save the party, we must be ready to change. Our immediate duty is to complete our party election. We will have our congress next week, which will be the last one before we take on the general election next year,"

Saifuddin Nasution, the secretary-general of the party echoed Anwar’s sentiments saying that "These weaknesses and shortcomings are also responsibilities that must be shared by members. But what did they do? They talk to (Umno-owned daily) Utusan Malaysia - a newspaper that has hated us - about what happened in our house. At 10am, I received a resignation letter (from Zaid). Do we need leaders like this (who) do not have what it takes to advance the party's aims,"

Meanwhile, Azmin Ali, who will most likely win the deputy president’s post in the currently going on party election said "We accepted him (Zaid) into our house, we fed him when he was hungry, and we provided him with a comfortable bed to sleep on. But this is how he pays us back? He demands that we leave our house to him and tell the chief (Anwar) to get out. Such treachery must be weeded out.” Syed Husin Ali, the outgoing deputy president added that "He said I was 'nyanyu' (rambling) in an interview with (news portal) Merdeka Review when I criticised both deputy president hopefuls in identical manner. He wanted Anwar to contest because the PKR constitution doesn't recognise a de facto post. But there is also no such position as Pakatan coordinator, but he never corrected the media whenever he was referred to as one. I was Anwar's teacher and I had been a president of a party, although it was a small one. But I'm prepared to accept Anwar as leader because I know he is capable,"

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