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Friday, February 21, 2020

MURID TAHUN 4 BELAJAR HUBUNGAN INTIM GUNA SMARTPHONE IBU.



Berikut adalah kisah yang dikongsi seorang pengguna Facebook Mohd Fadli Salleh:

Jaga anak tak perlu moden sangat lah kawan. 

Seorang sahabat guru berkongsi apa yang isterinya tulis. Isterinya juga seorang guru di sebuah sekolah rendah. 

Sebelum ini, di sekolah sama seorang murid tahun 6 dikesan 'pregnant' hasil hubungan seks dengan teman lelakinya. Ya, murid yang baru lepas UPSR berumur 12 tahun dah mengandung.  



Tak menang tangan nak handle isu murid tahun 6 tersebut, lepas tu murid tahun 4 pula dikesan melakukan seks dengan beberapa orang murid lelaki tahun 6. 

Dengan BEBERAPA orang lelaki beb.
Bab jaga anak ni, tak perlu moden sangatlah beb. 

Tak payah tiru gaya orang Eropah didik anak. Bagi kebebasan melampau hingga anak langsung tak hormat mak ayah. Gejala sosial yang teruk dan seks bebas itu biasa.
Kita ada budaya kita. Budaya ketimuran. Kita ada agama kita. Agama Islam. 

Kenapa perlu ditiru budaya yang kononnya moden tapi sahsiahnya teruk. Terus saja mendidik anak gaya 'oldschool'. 

Waktu maghrib anak wajib berada atas rumah. Lambat naik, melawan, rotan saja. Anak kita tu kan? 

Biar dia menangis hari ini kena rotan dari kita yang menangis kemudian hari sebab anak memalukan. 

Selongkar sahaja segala barangan mereka. Beg mereka. Telefon mereka. Malah, diari mereka kalau perlu dan ada sangsi. Jika ada benda tak patut, terus bimbing sebelum mereka bertambah teruk. 

Tak perlu ikut budaya barat yang kononnya menjaga hak 'privacy' anak mereka.
Siasat betul-betul dengan siapa mereka berkawan, dengan siapa mereka keluar. 

Apa pula latar belakang budak tu. Mak ayah mereka macam mana orangnya. Semua kena selidik dan ambil tahu. 

Janganlah nak tunjuk moden sangat bagi anak kecil dah bercinta dan benarkan keluar dengan pakwe. Cinta monyet kata orang, padahal ibu bapa yang membenarkan cinta monyet itu yang monyet sebenarnya. 

Konon 'sporting'. Pakwe anak tingkatan 2 minta izin kita bawa anak pergi tengok wayang kita benarkan. Siap bagi duit poket lagi. Sekali mereka 'check in' hotel, sekali kena tangkap khalwat, sekali anak pulang bawa perut makin membesar baru kita yang menyesal tak sudah. 

Tektik belajar rumah kawan pun tektik lapok. Tapi masih ramai ibu bapa yang kena tipu. Anak kata nak pergi belajar rumah kawan, kemain gembira mak ayah anak mereka rajin belajar. 

Siap hantar ke depan rumah lagi. Lepas tu kita pulang, mereka pun keluar bersama teman lelaki masing-masing dan buat perkara tak bermoral. 

Nak benarkan anak belajar rumah kawan boleh, tapi pastikan kawan itu kawan sejantina. Kenal juga mak ayah kawan anak kita. Telefon mak ayah kawan anak kita untuk pastikan anak kita betul ada belajar disitu. Balik rumah, check pula buku dia. Benarkah dia belajar hari itu. Biar jelas dan kita puas hati. 

Telefon ni yang paling payah. Ia bagai kewajipan dah bagi budak-budak sekarang punya telefon. Kena ajar anak guna telefon dengan betul. Dalam tu segala neraka yang bakal menjahanamkan mereka ada. 

Bagi dia guna dirumah dengan pengawasan kau sahaja. Bagi dia guna masa tertentu sahaja. Sebelum masuk tidur, kau ambil telefon tu simpan. 

Dibiar budak tu bawa ke bilik tidur, entah-entah web lucah yang dia layan. Entah dengan siapa dia berborak. Malah, banyak sangat zaman la ni budak sekolah buat video call dan berbogel depan kamera. 

Teman lelaki hasut, terus buat.
Teman lelaki tu siap rekod, lepas tu sebarkan. Dapat video tu kat kau, tengok anak sendiri berbogel dalam video call dengan gaya mengghairahkan, tidakkah kau malu? 

Telefon inilah punca paling banyak gejala sosial makin merebak dan tak terkawal. Budak sekolah rendah pun ramai yang tahu tentang seks melalui telefon. 

Lagi satu tak payah la benarkan anak keluar malam. Tambah-tambah anak perempuan. Tak payah benarkan walau alasan dia nak beli topup ke, beli pensel ke, beli buku ke. 

Kat taman dekat rumah aku berlambak budak perempuan keluar malam lepak dengan budak lelaki di taman permainan. Budak baru umur 13-15 tahun je pun.
Pakaian kemain seksi. Sendat. Nak menggoda teman lelaki katakan. 

Yang aku heran tu, mak ayah dia tak marah pula anak dia setiap malam keluar macam tu. Agaknya bila anak dia ditangkap basah, anak dah bunting baru nak menyesal. 

Ada benda kita boleh tiru gaya barat. Namun banyak benda kita kena tolak. Jangan diikut terutamanya bab jaga anak.
Aku pesan ini untuk diri sendiri dan keluarga aku dahulu. Itu yang utama dan pertamanya. 

Selebihnya aku berpesan pada anak-anak didik aku dan sahabat handai. Usahlah ditiru budaya barat. Kita ikut cara kita.
Cara datuk nenek kita dulu lebih bagus dalam mendidik sahsiah anak-anak. Sungguh!

#MFS
- Kadangkala 'oldschool' itu lebih baik. 

Lawyer slams AG for dropping LTTE charges

PETALING JAYA: Attorney General Tommy Thomas has come under fire for usurping the powers of the Home Minister and the police by suggesting that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) did not pose a threat.
Lawyer Haniff Khatri Abdulla reminded Thomas that the LTTE was still regarded as a terrorist organisation in Malaysia as its Sri Lankan leader Selvarasa Pathmanathan was arrested in Kota Damansara in August 2009, three months after the terrorist organisation surrendered in Sri Lanka.
"So how can he justify claims that LTTE activities stopped in May 2009," he said, adding that the AG should not draw comparison to stands taken by Sri Lanka and European Union that had removed LTTE from their terror alert list.
Haniff said this in response to Thomas' decision on Friday (Feb 21) to drop 34 charges against 12 individuals accused of being involved with LTTE, although the prosecutors had already charged them in court in October.
"It in unfair for the AG to intercept and drop the charges," he said.
Haniff said if Thomas believed that the LTTE should be expunged from the list of terror organisations, he should advise the Home Minister.
"But the AG can't override the Home Minister's discretion (to retain the LTTE in the list of terror organisations). The AG can't usurp the powers of the police.
"The AG should leave it to the experts in the counter terrorism and secret society unit.
"It is premature for the AG to draw his own conclusions," he said.
Haniff also ticked off Thomas for claiming that it was unacceptable to charge individuals for offences allegedly committed six years ago.
"It is strange that the AG had said that the passage of time is unacceptable for such a case.That is a very dangerous statement, because in criminal law, time is of no essence," said Haniff.
Haniff described the excuses given by Thomas to drop the charges as surprising.
"Thomas has set a dangerous precedent as others detained under Sosma can use his declaration to escape prosecution and sue the government for detaining them," he said.
In making the announcement on Friday, Thomas said there was no realistic prospect of conviction for any of the 12 accused on any of the 34 charges.
"Even if there were elements of a 'terrorist act' on the part of all or any of the 12 accused of possessing, distributing or displaying such photos of Prabhakaran, it would be impossible for the prosecution to establish that they do not fall within the excluded category of Section 130B(4) of the Penal Code in that they merely constitute 'advocacy, protest or dissent'," he said in a statement.
Thomas added that it was common-place to have idols to whom hero-worship was displayed.
"It is not just pop stars, sportsmen or actors who are admired; historical personalities and politicians are often the subjects of adoration.Thus, millions of people across the globe admire Lenin, Stalin, Mao Tse Tung or Che Guevara and the like.
"Having their photos and other representations in one's mobile phone or on a Facebook account does not transform one into being a terrorist," he said.
The 12 were detained by the Federal Police’s Counter-Terrorism Division on Oct 10 and 12 last year in various parts of the country.
They were two DAP politicians – Melaka executive councillor G. Saminathan, who is Gadek assemblyman, and Seremban Jaya assemblyman P. Gunasekaran.
The others were taxi driver V. Balamurugan, 37; postman S. Teeran, 38; scrap metal trader A. Kalaimughilan, 28; a chief executive officer of a corporation, S. Chandru, 38; technician S. Arivainthan, 27; storekeeper S. Thanagaraj, 26; security guard M. Pumugan, 29; school teacher Sundram Renggan @ Rengasamy, 52; DAP member V. Suresh Kumar, 43, and businessman B. Subramaniam, 57. - Star

Najib, Rosmah and daughter leave Bank Negara after inspecting seized items

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has left Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) after spending more than three hours inspecting seized items there.
Najib and his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor were seen getting into his black Proton Perdana while their daughter Nooryana Najwa was seen getting into another black Proton Perdana at around 12.40pm.
The three had come to BNM at around 9.15am on Saturday to inspect belongings that were seized by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
Najib was seen wearing a suit while his wife wore a red outfit and Nooryana wore a white blouse and black pants.
It was reported on Feb 17 that the High Court allowed an application by the prosecution in a forfeiture suit against Najib and his family for an extension of time to allow the defendants to examine items allegedly linked to the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) funds that were seized by the MACC.
Judge Mohamed Zaini Mazlan made the decision after deputy public prosecutor Tengku Amir Tengku Abdul Rahman submitted four dates -- Feb 22,23 and 29 and March 1 for Najib and his family to inspect the items.
The request by the prosecution is reasonable, said Mohamed Zaini who then set March 23 for case management. - Star

MAHATHIR’S GRANDDAUGHTER SERVING ‘MAGGI MEE’ AT HER WEDDING DINNER? ANOTHER GRAND LAVISH CEREMONY – WHERE DO THEY GET SO MUCH MONEY – YET THE MUKHRIZES RUSH TO PLAY DOWN OSTENTATIOUS ‘ETHEREAL-THEMED’ EVENT WITH PIC OF HAPPY COUPLE SNACKING ON INSTANT NOODLES WHILE IN WEDDING ATTIRE

PETALING JAYA― The granddaughter of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Ally Mukhriz married fiancĂ© Ezran Daud Cheah at an akad nikah ceremony held in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.Ally, who is the eldest child of Kedah Mentri Besar and Dr Mahathir’s third son Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir and his wife Tok Puan Norzieta Zakaria, posted two behind-the-scenes snapshots of the happy couple on their big day.

“Presenting Mr. and Mrs. Cheah,” captioned the bride.
Ally and Ezran Daud Cheah were married last night in Kuala Lumpur. ― Picture via Instagram/Ally Mukhriz
Ally and Ezran Daud Cheah were married last night in Kuala Lumpur. ― Picture via Instagram/Ally Mukhriz
Also sharing the joyous occasion on Instagram was Ally’s father Mukhriz who uploaded a family photo which included the Prime Minister and his wife Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohamad Ali.
“Alhamdulillah, completed the nikah ceremony of @ally.mukhriz and @ezrandc.
“May you be happy and stay together until jannatul firdaus (paradise),” the Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia deputy president wrote.

The ethereal-themed wedding ceremony which was held in the city centre was attended by the eldest daughter of Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah Tengku Puteri Iman Afzan Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al Mustafa Billah Shah, Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, singer Datuk Sheila Majid and her daughter Kayda Aziz.

According to an interview published by high society magazine Prestige Malaysia last June, Ezran and Ally met as Year 8 students at Garden International School.
They began dating when they were both attending university in the UK and were engaged last April after four years of courtship.
A quick search on LinkedIn shows that Ezran was a former intern at Maybank Investment Bank Berhad while Ally has had internship stints at M&C Saatchi London and Malaysia.
Ally shared a snapshot of the newlyweds slurping on instant noodles while dressed in their wedding outfits. ― Picture via Instagram/Ally Mukhriz
Ally shared a snapshot of the newlyweds slurping on instant noodles while dressed in their wedding outfits. ― Picture via Instagram/Ally Mukhriz
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Dr M must go by May or we’ll unleash Plan B, pro-Anwar group warns

Otai Reformis says Dr Mahathir Mohamad must step down for Anwar Ibrahim to take over as prime minister by May.
PETALING JAYA: A pro-Anwar Ibrahim group has vowed to take to the streets to demand that Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad hand over power to the PKR president.
Otai Reformis secretary Abdul Razak Ismail said the group had anticipated that the Pakatan Harapan presidential council would not set a date for the handover of power.
Last night, the ruling coalition’s top leaders agreed not to fix a specific date for Mahathir to hand over power to Anwar.
“The agreement is that it is up to me when to resign,” said Mahathir, with Anwar saying he agreed with the decision.
Despite the top leadership’s decision, Razak said his group would still demand that Mahathir resign and hand over power to Anwar in May and not after the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit in November.
He said the group would roll out “Plan B” and take to the streets like they did in 1998 when Anwar, then deputy prime minister, was jailed, to demand a transfer of power in May.
Otai Reformis secretary Abdul Razak Ismail.
“Otai Reformis and other NGOs are consistent that May 2020 is the final date for Dr Mahathir to resign, so we will go ahead with our Plan B,” he told FMT.
Razak listed several reasons why Mahathir needed to resign immediately, including the loss of confidence in PH under the PPBM chairman’s leadership as evidenced by the coalition’s losses in the Tanjung Piai and Semenyih by-elections contested by PPBM candidates.
“The National Automotive Plan 2020 to develop the third national car is an example of a waste of public funds.
“Not just that, there is the issue of the sale of three Petronas subsidiaries’ shares to unknown companies, which we find suspicious. These are among the reasons we feel Mahathir has to go in May 2020.”
Razak claimed that Mahathir would waste more public funds in the nine months until November.
Meanwhile, Shahbudin Husin, the author of a pro-Anwar book, described the PH presidential council’s decision as disappointing.
He said it indicated that Malaysia’s “dark era” would continue.
“As he approaches 95 years, Tun Mahathir is showing his recklessness and greed for power. Tun Mahathir is clearly reneging on his promise that he won’t be prime minister for more than two years,” Shahbudin said.
He said he would not rule out Mahathir giving some excuse to not hand over power to Anwar after Apec. - FMT

News portal’s mistaken identity of Amanah man who wants Dr M to step down for Anwar

Pakatan Harapan leaders meet the press late last night after agreeing to let Dr Mahathir Mohamad remain as prime minister for as long as he wants.
KUALA LUMPUR: A news portal’s mistaken identity may have led it to name Amanah president Mohamad Sabu as one of a few Pakatan Harapan leaders last night who were vocal in calling for Dr Mahathir Mohamad to fix a date for his departure.
Malaysiakini, quoting unnamed sources, reported that Mohamad or Mat Sabu, who is also the defence minister, had scoffed at a threat by PPBM to quit the coalition if Amanah and DAP continued to pressure Mahathir to hand over power to Anwar Ibrahim.
“Mat Sabu said ‘if that is your decision we have no problem with it, we are used being in the opposition’,” the portal wrote.
The claim has since been strongly denied by Mat Sabu, with his political secretary Azhar Mat Dali describing it as mere speculation.
“I wish to reiterate that Mohamad Sabu had nothing to do with speculative tales being spread (on the PH meeting last night),” he said.
When pressed further, Azhar refused to divulge details of what actually transpired in the two-hour meeting chaired by Mahathir and attended by all top PH leaders.
A reliable source confirmed Azhar’s denial, saying the portal “got it completely wrong about the identity of those who were vocal in calling for Mahathir to limit his term”.
“The only two vocal individuals there (in calling for Mahathir to step down) were a three-term Amanah leader from the Klang Valley, and another from DAP who is a minister,” the source told FMT.
On Twitter, Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad from Amanah said PH’s decision last night was a blow to attempts by Umno and PAS to break apart the coalition.
But political blogger Firdaus Abdullah, whose Twitter account is followed by the prime minister’s press office, appeared to suggest that the federal territories minister was the Amanah leader who had asked for Mahathir to step down.
“Ha ha ha ha … we know what you tried to do last night. Good try,” Firdaus tweeted, responding to Khalid’s praise of Anwar for putting aside his supporters’ sentiments in calling Mahathir to fix a handover date.
Mahathir yesterday announced that PH leaders had unanimously agreed for him to remain in the top post.
“No time, no date, no nothing – after Apec,” her said, referring to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Kuala Lumpur this November.

Under a deal struck by the PH leadership in the run-up to the 2018 general election, Anwar was to succeed Mahathir as prime minister at an unspecified date after the coalition took over Putrajaya. - FMT