Tuesday, January 17, 2012

What have Pakatan Rakyat done to help the people?

Pakatan Rakyat supporters and bloggers have been too quick in pointing out the faults of Barisan Nasional or UMNO leaders.

However, if their own leaders are better than BN or UMNO leaders, why can't any of you lists down whatever good deeds that have been done or provided to the people by Pakatan Rakyat leaders?

Now here's the chance to persuade me and others that Pakatan Rakyat leaders are much better leaders.

So, anyone who is a Pakatan Rakyat supporter or blogger that is bold enough to take up my challenge to lists down their leaders contributions?

Read a letter by one reader of The Star newspaper :

A variety of schemes to help deserving rakyat

THE Government should be lauded for implementing the Skim Amanah Rakyat (Sara 1Malaysia) which is targeted to benefit some 100,000 households.

It is open to households with a combined income of between RM500 and RM3,000.

The Government has set up a RM100mil fund to assist the low income households to participate in the new investment scheme, which was launched by our Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

The scheme aims at helping low income earners of below RM3,000 to invest and allow their money to grow in five years. It gives an option for those who qualify to pay cash or take up a loan of RM5,000 to participate in the scheme.

This noble initiative by the Government guarantees those who pay cash will get RM134 monthly or RM13,000 after five years. Those who take up the RM5,000 loan will have to pay RM84 a month and receive cash RM50 a month or RM5,000 in five years.

The scheme is managed by Permodalan Nasional Bhd and sister company Amanah Saham Nasional, and the scheme forms will be distributed from Jan 30.

This is one of the many schemes initiated by the Government to alleviate the rising cost of goods and services faced especially by the low income earners.

Other value-added schemes launched by the Government to help the poor recently were the Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M), which makes a one-off payment of RM500 to those earning below RM3,000, Klinik 1Malaysia, Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia (KR1M), Perumahan Rakyat 1Malaysia (PR1M) and Kedai Ikan 1Malaysia, and goods and services at subsidised cost.

Sara 1Malaysia aims at increasing disposable income and encouraging saving among the lower income group earning below RM3,000.


The Star, Opinion, 17th January 2012

If you can list down the contribution of Pakatan Rakyat leaders towards the betterment of the society and the poor, only then you can persuade me to support Pakatan Rakyat.

I doubt that you can do that though because things are not always what they seem.

Anwar is a Jew Proxy

The Malaysian Insider is so excited about the release of Anwar Al Juburi that they
would praise him for being mentioned in a foreign news, The Wall Street Journal.

We really should question what is the motive of foreign news making a big deal out of this. I mean does this prove that Anwar Al Juburi is important to them because he is actually one
of them and will be their puppet Prime Minister of Malaysia?

The Jew Watch disclosed that 90% of all United States newspapers are owned and run by Jews.

Therefore, I am definitely not crossing any line when I say that Anwar Al Juburi is a Jew Proxy.

Just listen to what Tun Dr Mahathir have to say at the OIC Conference held on 16th October 2003 in Putrajaya.

Read about what the Pro Gay Philippines have to say about defending Anwar Al Juburi
even back in 1998.

On 11th January 2012, posted this piece supporting Anwar Ibrahim.

Gay backers hail Anwar acquittal

Manila, Philippines – The Progressive Organization of Gays in the Philippines (ProGay) welcomed yesterday the acquittal of Malaysian oppositionist Anwar Ibrahim on sodomy charges.

Reacting to the judgment of the Kuala Lumpur High Court that Anwar was not guilty of sodomizing his aide Mohammad Saiful Bukhari Azlan, ProGay said it is now time to scrap sodomy laws that were part of British colonial legacy. “We join the democratic people’s movements in celebrating Anwar’s triumph over the frame-up,“ said Oscar Atadero, ProGay’s human rights officer.

ProGay also sees the legal victory as a positive step for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in Malaysia. ProGay noted that even as the Philippines has no sodomy law, politicians and court justices are attacked with allegations of homosexuality for political gain. (Marvyn N. Benaning)

Birds of a feather flock together. Surely only gays or the queer will support one of their own, and this is blatant prove that Anwar Al Juburi is indeed a well-known and beloved 'Mat Jubor' in the inner circle of the gays.