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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Anwar - Saya doa Dr.Mahathir terus sihat untuk lihat....


(Anwar ketika bercakap dengan penduduk Permatang Pauh sebelum ini)

Anwar Ibrahim menegaskan, beliau tidak pernah meminta mantan Perdana Menteri Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad mati cepat sebagaimana yang tuduh olehnya semalam.

Sebaliknya, memohon usia Dr Mahathir terus sihat untuk melihat kejatuhan segala yang pernah dibuat di zaman kegemilanganya.

"Saya masih ingat lagi apa yang didoakan oleh Almarhum Presiden PAS, Ustaz Fadhil Mohd Noor agar Tun Mahathir sihat  supaya dia dapat melihat sendiri kejatuhan yang pernah diimpikanya,"  ujar beliau.

Apa yang diucapkan ialah Dr Mahathir jangan hanya fikirkan kubur orang lain saja sebaliknya fikirkan kubur sendiri memandangkan usianya kini kian lanjut.

Beliau keliru, macamana Dr Mahathir boleh tertipu dengan kenyataan dari media yang mengatakan Anwar sanggup mendoakan kematian Perdana Menteri yang ke  empat itu.

"Ini semuanya mainan media seperti TV3. RTM dan akhbar pro Barisan Nasional (BN) yang sanggup bertindak menabur fitnah dan keburukan orang lain yang tidak sebulu dengan kepimpinan Kerajaan BN.

"Tak apa biarlah mereka tabur fitnah kerana lepas ini mereka tidak boleh buat lagi kerana kita sudah membentuk kerajaan baru Pakatan Rakyat.  Jika masih ada yang degil tak ikut cakap pasti dibicarakan, " katanya.

Beliau yang juga mantan Timbalan Perdana Menteri menegaskan,  tidak pernah takut dengan individu bernama Mahathir Mohamad seperti mana Perdana Menteri sekarang,  Datuk Seri Najib Razak yang terlalu akur dengan kehendak Dr Mahathir walaupun apa yang diputuskan dalam mesyuarat berlainan.

Menjadi orang takut sambungnya,  menyebabkan rakyat tertekan ekoran semua keputusan dibuat berdasarkan kepada kepala otak mereka sahaja.

Berceramah sama dalam program anjuran PKR Cabang Permatang Pauh itu ialah calon PKR  Seberang Jaya,  Dr Afif, calon Penanti, Dr Norlela Arifin, calon PAS Permatang Pasir,  Datuk Saleh Man dan Ketua Dewan Muslimat PAS Negeri,  Ustazah Rahmah Mat Isa.

Sementara itu ceramah perdana 'Pakatan Harapan Rakyat' yang diakadan di Tapak Pasar Malam Ampang Jajar, Permatang Pauh yang menampilkan Anwar Ibrahim telah menyaksikan lebih dari 10,000 orang hadirin.-harakahdaily

Pandangan di Ampang Jajar,Permatang Pauh...










Photo: Himpunan Rakyat di pulau pinang malam tadi....

Anwar faces last, best shot in Malaysia vote...

Cast into the political wilderness 15 years ago by Malaysia's regime, Anwar Ibrahim faces his best and possibly last shot at vengeance in climactic elections on Sunday.
  
The former heir-apparent to the ruling United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) is today its most feared enemy, having galvanised a diverse opposition that now dreams of unseating one of the world's longest-serving governments.

 "I can be crazy in some ways, partly because I have gone through a lot," Anwar, 65, told AFP in an interview.

"But I just want to prove that you can run the country with good governance, eliminate corruption... and make Malaysia a mature democracy."

UMNO has towered over the moderate Muslim country through a coalition government since independence from Britain in 1957, but faces rising pressure over corruption and authoritarian tactics.

Much of the credit for the changing landscape goes to the mercurial Anwar, whose charisma, oratorical skills and appeal across multi-ethnic Malaysia's racial lines breathed life into a once-hapless opposition.

His three-party Pakatan Rakyat (People's Pact) faces a formidable, dug-in foe, yet many analysts say the result is too close to call.

An opposition victory would cap a remarkable journey for Anwar, whose chameleon career has transformed Malaysian politics.

He was an Islamic student leader whose natural political skills caught the eye of authoritarian former premier Mahathir Mohamad, who dominated Malaysia for 22 years and fast-tracked Anwar to the top.

Morphing into a reformist who was lionised in the West, Anwar looked set to succeed Mahathir.

But a 1998 power struggle between them, in which Anwar criticised cronyism and graft, saw him unceremoniously sacked and later jailed on sodomy and corruption charges widely seen as politically motivated.



His appearance in court with a black eye triggered global opprobrium and unprecedented anti-government protests in Malaysia, deeply polarising its politics.

"The groundswell in Malaysian society today is a direct result. Many people became disillusioned," said Ooi Kee Beng of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore.

Anwar says he was kept in solitary confinement, singing 1960s pop tunes to stay sane and reading the Koran, the Bible, Shakespeare -- anything he could get.

Released in 2004 when the sodomy charge was overturned, he later led the opposition to its best showing ever in 2008 polls, taking more than a third of parliament.

His personal travails continued, however -- he was acquitted last year of new sodomy charges after a lengthy legal battle he condemned as another UMNO bid to wreck his comeback.


Now in the clear, Anwar predicts victory and sweeping change for Malaysia.

He has pledged to root out rampant graft, free government-controlled traditional media and reform policies that give advantages to Malays but are criticised as a drag on the economy and a source of racial resentment.



 

 A former finance minister, he advocates populist social and economic policies savaged by UMNO as fiscally irresponsible.

He insists, however, that attacking corruption and curbing illicit money outflows from Malaysia -- which total billions of dollars a year, according to watchdog groups -- will fund its agenda.
 

"Just by being transparent, we can achieve our goals," he said.

But Anwar also vows to step aside as leader if the opposition fails to take power.

Pakatan includes Anwar's diverse party, a secular one led by ethnic Chinese, and a conservative Islamic party representing the largest demographic, Muslim Malays. The latter's support for Islamic law has caused frictions.

Anwar's departure would leave the alliance with no central unifying figure, but he says "there is no indispensable person".

"People have to accept that I have given all that I have. I have given a lot of my personal life and suffered immensely."-AFP



Jadual Jelajah saya hari ini Ke NEGERI SEMBILAN
30 April 2013 (Selasa)
1) 3.00 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Pekan Tanjong Ipoh, Seri Menanti

2) 4.30 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Simpang Pertang

3) 6.00 ptg – Sepetang Bersama Anwar Ibrahim
Lokasi: Dataran Niaga, Palong 8, Gemas

4) 7.15 mlm – Solat Maghrib - Masjid Nurul Huda Jelai 3

5) 8.00 mlm - Jamuan Bersama Rakyat
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Felda Jelai 3, Gemas

6) 9.30 mlm– Ceramah Perdana Pakatan Harapan Rakyat
Lokasi: Bilik Gerakan PR Rembau, Pekan Chembong,
Rembau (Livestream @ www.anwaribrahim.com)

7) 11.00 mlm – Ceramah Perdana Pakatan Harapan Rakyat
Lokasi: Betaria Business Centre, Jln Dato’ Siamang,
Gagap, Seremban




Nurul Izzah di mana hari ini...
 Selasa 30/4/13

8.00pm:
Ceramah di Stadium Hoki, Jln Selangor

(http://goo.gl/maps/0Crn0)

9.30 mlm
Ceramah di BGDM Lengkok Abdullah

http://goo.gl/maps/r3CZu

10.00 mlm
Ceramah di Lucky Garden, Bangsar

http://goo.gl/maps/vHkAL

11.00 mlm
Ceramah di 8A Taman Sri Sentosa

http://goo.gl/maps/lF8bn

Jemput datang semua!







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