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June 16, 2009

NIZAR-MP BARU

Filed under: isU-isU sEmAsA — planetkuching @ 2:06 am

Nizar buat kecoh lagi

KUALA LUMPUR 15 Jun – Ahli Parlimen Bukit Gantang yang baru, Datuk Seri Ir. Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin diperintah keluar Dewan tidak sampai lima minit selepas mengangkat sumpah di Dewan Rakyat hari ini.

Yang Dipertua Dewan Rakyat, Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia bertindak demikian kerana bekas Menteri Besar Perak itu dilihat menjadi punca ahli- ahli Parlimen pembangkang lain bertindak menyalahi etika berpakaian Parlimen dengan memakai lilitan kepala, songkok dan lengan yang tertera perkataan ‘Bubar DUN.’

Mereka juga bertindak melaungkan ungkapan ‘hidup rakyat’ dan ‘bubar Dewan (Undangan Negeri Perak)’.

Turut diarahkan keluar dan tidak dibenarkan menghadiri sesi sidang Dewan Rakyat selama dua hari ialah enam wakil rakyat pembangkang lain kerana ingkar dengan arahan Yang Dipertua supaya membuka lilitan berwarna hitam berkenaan.

Kekecohan bermula sejurus selepas Mohammad Nizar mengangkat sumpah apabila beliau terus memakai lilitan berkenaan di kepalanya dan kemudian mengangkat tangan sambil melaungkan; ”Hidup, hidup. Hidup rakyat. Bubar Dewan.’

Turut dilihat memakai lilitan itu ialah dua ahli Parlimen pembangkang dari Perak iaitu Datuk Ngeh Kor Ham (DAP-Beruas) dan Nga Kor Ming (DAP-Taiping) sambil melaungkan ungkapan yang sama.

Pelawat di galeri awam yang dipercayai penyokong Mohammad Nizar juga dilihat memakai lilitan berkenaan di kepala dan lengan mereka sambil melaung perkataan ‘bubar, bubar’ manakala wakil rakyat Barisan Nasional (BN) pula melaung-laungkan perkataan ‘keluar, keluar’.

Pandikar Amin meminta tiga ahli Parlimen pembangkang itu menghentikan perbuatan mereka kerana Dewan Rakyat bukannya pasar.

Arahan ini kemudian dipatuhi oleh Mohammad Nizar, manakala Kor Ham dan Kor Ming pula tidak mengendahkannya.

”Tolong Yang Berhormat (YB), duduk YB dan buka apa yang di atas kepala kerana ini tidak termasuk dalam Peraturan Mesyuarat Dewan. Saya minta semua YB supaya jangan buat Parlimen Malaysia seperti DUN Perak dan tempat-tempat lain.

”Belum pernah berlaku dalam Parlimen Malaysia perkara sebegini dan saya beri amaran kepada semua supaya duduk dan patuh kepada Peraturan Mesyuarat. Sila buka apa yang di atas kepala, kerana ini bukan antara pakaian kita.

”Oleh kerana kedua-dua YB (Kor Ham dan Kor Ming) ingkar, tolong keluar. Bentara jalankan tugas, sila keluar,” kata Pandikar Amin.

Beliau kemudian turut mengarahkan Mohammad Nizar keluar.

”Oleh kerana angkara ini dimulakan oleh wakil rakyat baru, dia juga saya minta keluar sekarang.” katanya.

Selepas itu, Pandikar Amin turut mengarahkan beberapa wakil rakyat pembangkang lain keluar setelah mereka dilihat terus memakai lilitan berkenaan.

Mereka ialah Datuk Mahfuz Omar (Pas-Pokok Sena), N. Gobalakrishnan (PKR-Padang Serai), Dr. Dzulkefly Ahmad (Pas-Kuala Selangor) dan Dr. Mohd. Hatta Md. Ramli (Pas-Kuala Krai) yang semuanya bertindak meninggalkan Dewan tanpa membuang lilitan berkenaan.

”Ok siapa yang pakai itu, oleh kerana mahu keluar, sila keluar. Saya tidak akan mulakan persidangan sehingga arahan saya dituruti,” tegas Pandikar Amin.

Ketika itu kedengaran teriakan dari tempat duduk penyokong kerajaan ‘samseng, keluar’ manakala dari arah tempat duduk pembangkang turut kedengaran laungan ‘bodoh’ dan ‘bubar-bubar.’

Menurut Pandikar Amin, apa yang berlaku di Dewan Rakyat hari ini ialah seperti budak-budak berusia dua tahun yang bertengkar di jalan raya.

”Ahli-ahli YB, banyak perkara lain yang perlu dibincangkan demi kepentingan rakyat termasuk soalan-soalan yang dikemukakan pada sesi soal jawab. Ahli-ahli YB suka sangat bertengkar, ikut kepentingan kamu semua,” luahnya dengan nada kecewa.

Tambah Pandikar Amin, beliau tidak akan menyampaikan ucapan alu-aluan seperti kebiasaan selepas wakil rakyat baru mengangkat sumpah.

Beliau berkata, ucapan aluan bagi menyatakan harapannya supaya wakil rakyat terbabit memberi sumbangan sebaik mungkin ketika perbahasan dan mengikut segala peraturan Dewan tidak akan dibuat kerana kecewa dengan perbuatan Mohammad Nizar hari ini.

”Atas peraturan mana apabila seseorang ahli Parlimen pembangkang, lepas angkat sumpah akan berteriak. Mana, tidak ada.

”Kita masuk Dewan mesti tertib, pakaian mesti tertib. Kalau sudah pakai lilitan di kepala, ini bukan tertib lagi pada penglihatan saya. Sebab itu saya tidak akan buat ucapan alu-aluan,” tegasnya.

Suasana kecoh berkenaan berlangsung selama kira-kira 20 minit dan selepas itu Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak bangun untuk menjawab soalan pertama pada sesi soal jawab yang menyentuh mengenai gagasan 1Malaysia.

Mohammad Nizar menang pada Pilihan Raya Kecil Parlimen Bukit Gantang pada 7 April lalu selepas memperoleh majoriti 2,789 undi.

Beliau menewaskan calon Barisan Nasional (BN), Ismail Saffian yang memperoleh 19,071 undi dan calon Bebas, Kamarul Ramizu Idris yang hanya menerima 62 undi serta hilang wang pertaruhan.

p/s: erm x paham dgn ahli parlimen pembangkang…nape teruk sgt…xde displin ka? begini ker nak memimpin rakyat? kalau pun buat la cr saluran yg betul..jgn la nak memperkotak-katikan PARLIMEN….ingat semua org sokong ka u!!!…ermmm….ckp sennaangg la..buat la btl..barula tgk..

ni kalau kalah bgtau bn rasuah la fitnah tulah…..tp bila part u boleh pulak yer…xde papa…kalau org lain x boleh..hanyak pihak u jer betul kan….hanya tau menuding jari kesalahan org tapi sendiri tarak tau….buat malu PAS jer…

Kalau bn kalah xde bunyi pun..ni tandanya BN memang berjiwa rakyat….u apa tau….utk semua penduduk MALAYSIA..sokong la BN…dan Pakcik  Najib…our PM tetap di hati kami…usahalah dgn lbh lagi utk memajukan MALAYSIA YANG BERHORMAT…HIDUP PAKCIK NAJIB..

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May 21, 2009

WHAT IS H1N1?

Filed under: isU-isU sEmAsA — planetkuching @ 2:06 am

About the disease

1 May 2009

flu-respiratoryHow do people become infected with influenza A(H1N1)?

Outbreaks in humans are now occurring from human-to-human transmission. When infected people cough or sneeze, infected droplets get on their hands, drop onto surfaces, or are dispersed into the air. Another person can breathe in contaminated air, or touch infected hands or surfaces, and be exposed. To prevent spread, people should cover their mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing, and wash their hands regularly.

What are the signs and symptoms of infection?

Early signs of influenza A(H1N1) are flu-like, including fever, cough, headache, muscle and joint pain, sore throat and runny nose, and sometimes vomiting or diarrhoea.

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Regarding study of the first outbreak, have you received any feedback from the WHO team sent to Mexico to investigate the outbreak?

Teams are already sending epidemiological evidence but we will know more over the next few days.

Is there any confirmation of transmission between pigs and humans at this point?

No.

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Is there any information on the economic impact of the outbreak so far?

No.

Why are we so worried about this pandemic possibility when thousands die every year from seasonal epidemics?

Seasonal epidemics occur every year and we are able to treat the virus with seasonal vaccines. A pandemic is a worldwide epidemic. It is a new virus and one to which the populations will have no immunity.

What is an influenza pandemic?

A disease epidemic occurs when there are more cases of that disease than normal. A pandemic is a worldwide epidemic of a disease. An influenza pandemic may occur when a new influenza virus appears against which the human population has no immunity. With the increase in global transport, as well as urbanization and overcrowded conditions in some areas, epidemics due to a new influenza virus are likely to take hold around the world, and become a pandemic faster than before. WHO has defined the phases of a pandemic to provide a global framework to aid countries in pandemic preparedness and response planning. Pandemics can be either mild or severe in the illness and death they cause, and the severity of a pandemic can change over the course of that pandemic.

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Potential consequences

In the past, influenza pandemics have resulted in increased death and disease and great social disruption. In the 20th century, the most severe influenza pandemic occurred in 1918-1919 and caused an estimated 40 to 50 million deaths world wide. Current epidemiological models project that a pandemic could result in two to 7.4 million deaths globally.

If an influenza pandemic were to occur today, we could expect the virus to spread rapidly due to the interconnected nature of the world and the high level of global travel.

If the pandemic evolved to become severe and widespread over time, we could also expect:

  • vaccines, antiviral agents and antibiotics to treat secondary infections to be in high demand, and potentially in short supply;
  • medical facilities to be strained with demands to care for both influenza and non-influenza patients;
  • potentially significant shortages of personnel to provide essential community services.

Effective pandemic preparedness around the world is essential to mitigate the effects of a pandemic, particularly if it becomes severe.

Detecting a new pandemic virus

Continuous global surveillance of influenza is key to the early detection of a virus with pandemic potential. WHO has a network of more than 120 National Influenza Centres in over 90 countries that monitor influenza activity and isolate influenza viruses in every region of the world. National Influenza Centres report the detection of an “unusual” influenza virus immediately to the WHO Global Influenza Programme and one of the five WHO Collaborating Centres. Rapid detection of unusual influenza outbreaks, isolation of viruses with pandemic potential and immediate alert to WHO by national authorities is critical to a timely and efficient response.

Preparing for an influenza pandemic

Contingency planning for an event that will occur at an undetermined time in the future is difficult, particularly in the face of limited resources and other urgent problems and priorities, especially in developing countries. However, there are two main reasons to invest in pandemic preparedness.

  • Improving public health infrastructure through pandemic planning has immediate and lasting benefits, increasing overall response capacity for all threats to public health.
  • Strengthening coordination mechanisms at national and international levels contributes to better global preparedness and response for disasters and public health emergencies.

WHO has developed a global influenza preparedness planthat outlines the responsibilities of WHO and national authorities in the event of an influenza pandemic. WHO also offers guidance tools and training to assist in the development of national pandemic preparedness plans.

Is it safe to travel?

Yes. WHO is not recommending travel restrictions related to the outbreak of the influenza A(H1N1) virus. Today, global travel is commonplace and large numbers of people move around the world for business and leisure. Limiting travel and imposing travel restrictions would have very little effect on stopping the virus from spreading, but would be highly disruptive to the global community.

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Influenza A(H1N1) has already been confirmed in many parts of the world. The global response now focuses on minimizing the impact of the virus through the rapid identification of cases, and providing patients with appropriate medical care, rather than on stopping its spread internationally.

Although identifying signs and symptoms of influenza in travellers can help track the path of the outbreak, it will not reduce the spread of influenza, as the virus can be transmitted from person to person before the onset of symptoms.

Scientific research based on mathematical modelling shows that restricting travel would be of limited or no benefit in stopping the spread of disease. Historical records of previous influenza pandemics, as well as experience with SARS, validate this.

Does WHO recommend screenings at country entry and exit points to detect if ill people are travelling?

No. We do not believe entry and exit screenings would work to reduce the spread of this disease. However country-level measures to respond to a public health risk are the decision of national authorities, under the International Health Regulations 2005.

Countries that adopt measures that significantly interfere with international traffic (e.g. delaying an airplane passenger for more than 24 hours, or refusing country entry or departure to a traveller) must provide WHO with the public health reasoning and evidence for their actions. WHO will follow up with all of its Member countries on such matters.

Travellers should always be treated with dignity and respect for their human rights.

How can I protect myself from influenza A(H1N1) when I am travelling?

People who are ill should delay travel plans. Returning travellers who become ill should contact their health care provider.

Travellers can protect themselves and others by following simple prevention practices that apply while travelling and in daily life.

Vaccines for the new influenza A(H1N1)

2 May 2009

Is an effective vaccine already available against the new influenza A(H1N1) virus?

No, but work is already under way to develop such a vaccine. Influenza vaccines generally contain a dead or weakened form of a circulating virus. The vaccine prepares the body’s immune system to defend against a true infection. For the vaccine to protect as well as possible, the virus in it should match the circulating “wild-type” virus relatively closely. Since this H1N1 virus is new, there is no vaccine currently available made with this particular virus. Making a completely new influenza vaccine can take five to six months.

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What implications does the declaration of a pandemic have on influenza vaccine production?

Declaration by WHO of a pandemic alert does not by itself automatically translate into a request for vaccine manufacturers to immediately stop production of seasonal influenza vaccine and to start production of a pandemic vaccine. Since seasonal influenza can also cause severe disease, WHO will take several important considerations such as the epidemiology and the severity of the disease when deciding when to formally make recommendations on this matter. In the meantime, WHO will continue to interact very closely with regulatory and other agencies and influenza vaccine manufacturers.

How important will influenza A(H1N1) vaccines be for reducing pandemic disease?

Vaccines are one of the most valuable ways to protect people during influenza epidemics and pandemics. Other measures include anti-viral drugs, social distancing and personal hygiene.

Will currently available seasonal vaccine confer protection against influenza A(H1N1)?

The best scientific evidence available today is incomplete but suggests that seasonal vaccines will confer little or no protection against influenza A(H1N1).

What is WHO doing to facilitate production of influenza A(H1N1) vaccines?

As soon as the first human cases of new influenza A(H1N1) infection became known to WHO, the WHO Collaborating Center in Atlanta (The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States of America) took immediate action and began the work to develop candidate vaccine viruses. WHO also initiated consultations with vaccine manufacturers worldwide to facilitate the availability of all necessary material to start production of influenza A(H1N1) vaccine. In parallel, WHO is working with national regulatory authorities to ensure that the new influenza A(H1N1) vaccine will meet all safety criteria and be made available as soon as possible.

Why is WHO not asking vaccine manufacturers to switch production from seasonal vaccine to a influenza A(H1N1) vaccine yet?

WHO has not recommended stopping production of seasonal influenza vaccine because this seasonal influenza causes 3 million to 5 million cases of severe illness each year, and kills from 250 000 to 500 000 people. Continued immunization against seasonal influenza is therefore important. Moreover, stopping seasonal vaccine production immediately would not allow a pandemic vaccine to be made quicker. At this time, WHO is liaising closely with vaccine manufacturers so large-scale vaccine production can start as soon as indicated.

Is it possible that manufacturers produce both seasonal and pandemic vaccines at the same time?

There are several potential options which must be considered based on all available evidence.

What is the process for developing a pandemic vaccine? Has a vaccine strain been identified, and if so by whom?

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A vaccine for the Influenza A(H1N1) virus will be produced using licensed influenza vaccine processes in which the vaccine viruses are grown either in eggs or cells. Candidate vaccine strains have been identified and prepared by the WHO Collaborating Center in Atlanta (The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States of America)1. These strains have now been received by the other WHO Collaborating Centers which have also started preparation of vaccine candidate viruses. Once developed, these strains will be distributed to all interested manufacturers on request. Availability is anticipated by mid-May.

How quickly will influenza A(H1N1) vaccines be available?

The first doses of Influenza A(H1N1) vaccine could be available in five to six months from identification of the pandemic strain. The regulatory approval will be conducted in parallel with the manufacturing process. Regulatory authorities have put into place expedited processes that do not compromise on the quality and safety of the vaccine. Delays in production could result from poor growth of the virus strain used to make the vaccine.

How would manufacturers be selected?

There are currently more than a dozen vaccine manufacturers with licenses to produce influenza vaccines. Upon request, the vaccine strain will be available to each of them, as well as to other qualified vaccine manufacturers who are preparing to make influenza vaccine but do not yet have a licensed influenza vaccine.

What is the global manufacturing capacity for a potential influenza A(H1N1) pandemic vaccine? Is this the same as the global manufacturing capacity for H5N1?

The projections made for the production capacity of an vaccine for H5N1 cannot be automatically assumed to be the capacity to make an H1N1 vaccine. H5N1 and H1N1 viruses are different and the amount of antigen needed to make an effective H1N1 vaccines may be different than for H5N1. Therefore it is not possible to make a precise estimate. However, given these considerations, a conservative estimate of global capacity is at least 1 to 2 billion doses per year.

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How is production capacity for influenza vaccines distributed geographically?

More that 90% of the global capacity today is located in Europe and in North America. However, during the past five years, other regions have begun to acquire the technology to produce influenza vaccines. Six manufacturers in developing countries have done so with technical and financial support from WHO.

What will be the storage requirements for influenza A(H1N1) vaccine?

The vaccine should be stored under refrigerated conditions at between 2°C and 8°C.

It has been impossible so far to develop vaccines for major killers such as HIV and malaria. How sure are we that there will not be scientific or other hurdles in developing an effective influenza A(H1N1) vaccine?

Typically, development of influenza vaccines has not posed a problem. Influenza vaccines have been used in humans for many years and are known to be immunogenic and effective. Each year seasonal influenza vaccines with varying composition are produced for the northern and southern hemisphere influenza seasons. Vaccine manufacturers will employ a number of different technologies to develop their vaccines. They will take advantage, notably, of novel approaches that were developed over the past years for H5N1 avian influenza vaccines. One key unknown is yield of vaccine virus production, since some strains grow better than others and the behavior of the new influenza A(H1N1) strain in manufacturers’ systems is not yet known. New recombinant technologies are under development, but have not yet been approved for use.

Will influenza A(H1N1) vaccines be effective in all population groups?

There are not data on this but there also is no reason to expect that they would not, given current information.

Will the influenza A(H1N1) vaccine be safe?

Licensed vaccines are held to a very high standard of safety. All possible precautions will be taken to ensure safety of new influenza A(H1N1) vaccines.

How can a repeat of the 1976 swine flu vaccine complications (Guillain-Barré syndrome) experienced in the United States of America be avoided?

Guillain-Barré syndrome is an acute disorder of the nervous system. It is observed following a variety of infections, including influenza. Studies suggest that regular seasonal influenza vaccines could be associated with an increased risk of Guillain-Barré syndrome on the order of one to two cases per million vaccinated persons. During the 1976 influenza vaccination campaign, this risk increased to around 10 cases per million vaccinated persons which led to the withdrawal of the vaccine.

Pandemic vaccines will be manufactured according to established standards. However, they are new products so there is an inherent risk that they will cause slightly differently reactions in humans. Close monitoring and investigation of all serious adverse events following administration of vaccine is essential. The systems for monitoring safety are an integral part of the strategies for the implementation of the new pandemic influenza vaccines. Quality control for the production of influenza vaccines has improved substantially since the 1970s.

Will it be possible to deliver new influenza A(H1N1) vaccine simultaneously with other vaccines?

Inactivated influenza vaccine can be given at the same time as other injectable vaccines, but the vaccines should be administered at different injection sites.

If the virus causes a mild pandemic in the warmer months and changes into something much more severe in, say, 6 months, will vaccines being developed now be effective?

It is too early to be able to predict changes in the influenza A(H1N1) virus as it continues to circulate in humans or how similar a mutated virus might be to the current virus. Careful surveillance for changes in the influenza A(H1N1) virus is ongoing. This close and constant monitoring will support a quick response should important changes in the virus be detected.

Will there be enough influenza A(H1N1) vaccine for everyone?

The estimated time to make enough vaccine to vaccinate the world’s population against pandemic influenza will not be known until vaccine manufacturers will have been able to determine how much active ingredient (antigen) is needed to make one dose of effective influenza A(H1N1) vaccine.

In the past two years, influenza vaccine production capacity has increased sharply due to expansion of production facilities as well as advances in research, including the discovery and use of adjuvants. Adjuvants are substances added to a vaccine to make it more effective, thus conserving the active ingredient (antigen).

What is WHO’s perspective on fairness and equity for vaccine availability?

The WHO Director-General has called for international solidarity in the response to the current situation. WHO regards the goal of ensuring fair and equitable access by all countries to response measures to be among the highest priorities. WHO is working very closely with partners including the vaccine manufacturing industry on this.

Who is likely to receive priority for vaccination with a future pandemic vaccine?

This decision is made by national authorities. As guidance, WHO will be tracking the evolution of the pandemic in real-time and making its findings public. As information becomes available, it may be possible to better define high-risk groups and to target vaccination for those groups, thus ensuring that limited supplies are used to greatest effect.

Will WHO be conducting mass influenza A(H1N1) vaccination campaigns?

No. National authorities will implement vaccination campaigns according to their national pandemic preparedness plans. WHO is exploring whether the vaccine can be packaged, for example, in multi-dose vials, to facilitate the rapid and efficient vaccination of large numbers of people.

Developing countries are very experienced in administering population-wide vaccination campaigns during public health emergencies caused by infectious diseases, including diseases like epidemic meningitis and yellow fever, as well as for polio eradication and measles control programmes.

How feasible will it be to immunize large numbers of people in developing countries against a pandemic virus?

Developing countries have considerable strategic and practical experience in delivering vaccines in mass campaigns. The main issue is not feasibility, but how to ensure timely access to adequate quantities of vaccine.

What is the estimated global number of doses of seasonal vaccine used annually?

The current annual demand is for less than 500 million doses per year.

Will seasonal influenza vaccine continue to be available?

At this time there is no recommendation to stop production of seasonal influenza vaccine.

1National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (UK), Food and Drug Administration/Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (USA), New York Medical College (USA), Victorian Infectious Diseases Research Laboratory (Australia)

April 22, 2009

selipar haraMM!!

Filed under: isU-isU sEmAsA — planetkuching @ 2:33 am

tapak kaki

erm d suatu pagi yg permai tok..tergugat iman aku diat benda tok…mcm ni sidak tok boleh meltakkan nama ALLAH di bwh selipar tok…erm x paham aku apa tujuan sebanar nya…adakah nak provok agama kita ka… perlu ka utk menghina agama org lain demi kepuasan dan kepentingan utk berkuasa…

as always my fren said…human being always make funny thing…

hermm…so x perlu la kita menghina agama org mc tok gilak…

patut disiasat juak benda tok bah..apa tindakan JAKIM ka??

ada org da melapor perkara tok??dsc00678c

selipar tok

April 21, 2009

Minta Majlis Raja-Raja Melayu buat ketetapan

Filed under: isU-isU sEmAsA — planetkuching @ 6:40 am

Minta Majlis Raja-Raja Melayu buat ketetapan

ALOR SETAR 20 April – Persatuan Kerabat Diraja Kedah meminta Majlis Raja-Raja membuat satu ketetapan untuk menyeru rakyat supaya kembali kepada budaya asal yang menghormati institusi kesultanan di negara ini.

Yang Dipertuanya, Datuk Tengku Zainol Rashid Tengku Yahya berkata, perkara itu perlu dilakukan dengan segera memandangkan semakin banyak pihak yang memandang remeh soal menghormati raja-raja yang menjadi simbol kekuatan negara ini.

“Sultan Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah sendiri sudah menegur tindakan kumpulan politik yang cuba menghasut rakyat untuk mencemar institusi diraja.

“Oleh itu, Majlis Raja-Raja tidak boleh berdiam diri dan segera bertindak untuk memastikan rakyat negara ini sentiasa memberi sokongan kepada institusi kesultanan negara ini,” katanya ketika ditemui di Istana Kuning di sini hari ini.

Menurut beliau, keadaan yang berlaku sekarang amat membimbangkan dan pihaknya khuatir apa yang berlaku di Perak boleh menular ke negeri-negeri lain seperti Kedah.

“Dulu pun kita ada masalah seperti ini, namun keadaan ini lebih teruk sekarang.

“Ini kerana ada pihak tertentu yang seolah-olah mengajar golongan muda supaya jangan menghormati institusi beraja di negara ini,” jelasnya.

p/s; aku pun xpaham kenapa org zaman kini tak hormat ngan RAJA2…aku tok org swak pun masih hormat ngan RAJA2…..kenak perkara tok berlaku…boleh hitung bah dgn JARI..berapa buah jak negara d dunia tok yg ada RAJA BEPERLEMBAGAAN…..n kenak ktk x menjujung RAJA2 kita…da dr trn temurun raja…memipin kita…erm patut juak la MAJLIS RAJA2 mempertimbangkan perkara tok…….

anTara kerETa dan aNAk

Filed under: isU-isU sEmAsA — planetkuching @ 6:06 am

Mahalkah Harga Sebuah Kereta dari Harga Seorang Anak ?
Ingatlah…. marah mcm mana sekalipun, jgnlah bertindak keterlaluan…..kepada semua parents, sebuah kisah untuk dijadikan iktibar dan pengajaran……

Sebagai ayah atau ibu kita patut juga menghalang perbuatan suami kita memukul, especially pada anak2 yg masih kecil dan taktau apa2 lagi tu.

Mengajar dgn cara memukul bukanlah cara terbaik, mungkin dah sampai masa untuk badan2 kebajikan educate orang2 kita untuk praktikkan konsep ‘time out’ jika anak2 buat salah.

IKUTILAH SEBUAH CERITA BEHUBUNG KAIT DENGAN KERETA DAN ANAK

Sepasang suami isteri – seperti pasangan lain di kota-kota besar – meninggalkan anak-anak diasuh pembantu rumah semasa keluar bekerja.

Anak tunggal pasangan ini perempuan berusia tiga setengah tahun. Bersendirian di rumah, dia kerap dibiarkan pembantunya yang sibuk bekerja bermain diluar, tetapi pintu pagar tetap dikunci. Bermainlah dia sama ada berbuai-buai diatas buaian yang dibeli bapanya, ataupun memetik bunga raya,bunga kertas dan lain-lain di laman rumahnya.

Suatu hari dia terjumpa sebatang paku karat. Dia pun melakar simen tempat letak kereta ayahnya tetapi kerana diperbuat daripada marmar,lakaran tidak kelihatan. Dicubanya pada kereta baru ayahnya.

Ya… kerana kereta itu bewarna gelap, lakarannya jelas. Apa lagi kanak-kanak ini pun melakarlah melahirkan kreativitinya. Hari itu bapa dan ibunya bermotosikal ketempat kerja kerana laluannya sesak sempena perayaan Thaipusam.

Penuh sebelah kanan dia beredar ke sebelah kiri kereta. Dilakarnya gambar ibu dan ayahnya, gambarnya sendiri,lukisan ayam, kucing dan sebagainya mengikut imaginasinya.Kejadian itu langsung tak disedari si pembantu rumah.

Pulang petang itu, terkejut badaklah pasangan itu melihat kereta yang baru setahun dibeli dengan bayaran ansuran,berbatik-batik. Si bapa yang belum pun masuk ke rumah terus menjerit…

‘Siapa punya kerja ni?’

Pembantu rumah yang tersentak dengan jeritan itu berlari keluar. Dia juga beristighfar… Mukanya merah padam ketakutan tambah-tambah melihat wajah bengis tuannya.. Sekali lagi diajukan pertanyaan keras kepadanya, dia terus mengatakan..

‘Tak tahu… !’

‘Duduk di rumah sepanjang hari tak tahu, apa kau buat?’ herdik si isteri pula.

Si anak yang mendengar suara ayahnya, tiba-tiba berlari keluar dari bilik. Dengan penuh manja dia berkata…

‘Ita buat ayahhh.. cantik kan !’ katanya menerkam ayahnya ingin bermanja seperti selalu.

Si ayah yang hilang sabar merentap ranting kecil pokok bunga raya di depannya, terus dipukul bertalu-talu tapak tangan anaknya. Si anak yang tak mengerti apa-apa terlolong-lolong kesakitan sekaligus ketakutan. Puas memukul tapak tangan, si ayah memukul pula belakang tangan anaknya. Si ibu cuma mendiamkan diri, antara setuju dan takut pada suami dengan hukuman yang dikenakan.

Pembantu rumah melopong, tak tahu nak buat apa-apa. Si bapa cukup rakus memukul-mukul tangan kanan dan kemudian tangan
kiri anaknya.

Selepas si bapa masuk ke rumah dituruti si ibu, pembantu rumah menggendong anak kecil itu, membawanya ke bilik. Dilihatnya tapak tangan dan belakang tangan si anak kecil calar balar..

Pembantu rumah memandikan anak kecil itu. Sambil menyiram air sambil dia menangis. Anak kecil itu pula terjerit-jerit menahan kepedihan sebaik calar-balar itu terkena air. Sipembantu rumah kemudian menidurkan anak kecil itu.

Si bapa sengaja membiarkan anak itu tidur bersama pembantu rumah.

Keesokkan harinya, pembantu rumah mengadu kedua-dua belah tangan si anak bengkak. ..

‘Sapukan minyak gamat tu!’ balas tuannya, bapa si anak.

Pulang dari kerja, dia tidak melayan anak kecil itu yang menghabiskan masa di bilik pembantu. Si bapa konon mahu mengajar anaknya.

Tiga hari berlalu, si ayah langsung tidak menjenguk anaknya, sementara si ibu juga begitu tetapi setiap hari bertanya kepada pembantu rumah.

‘Ita demam… ‘ jawap pembantunya ringkas.

‘Bagi minum panadol tu,’ balas si ibu.

Sebelum si ibu masuk bilik tidur dia menjenguk bilik pembantunya. Apabila dilihat anaknya Ita dalam pelukan pembantu rumah, dia menutup semula pintu.

Masuk hari keempat, pembantu rumah memberitahu tuannya bahawa suhu badan Ita terlalu panas.

‘Petang nanti kita bawa ke klinik. Pukul 5.00 siap’ kata majikannya itu.

Sampai waktunya si anak yang longlai dibawa ke klinik. Doktor mengarahnya ia dirujuk ke hospital kerana keadaannya serius.

Setelah seminggu di wad pediatrik doktor memanggil bapa dan ibu kanak-kanak itu.

‘Tiada pilihan..’ katanya yang mencadangkan agar kedua-dua tangan kanak-kanak itu dipotong kerana gangren yang terjadi sudah terlalu teruk.

‘Ia sudah bernanah, demi nyawanya tangan perlu dipotong dari siku ke bawah’ kata doktor.

Si bapa dan ibu bagaikan terkena halilintar mendengar kata-kata itu. Terasa diri tunggang terbalik, tapi apalah dapat dikatakan. Si ibu meraung merangkul si anak. Dengan berat hati dan lelehan air mata isterinya, si bapa terketar-ketar menandatangani surat kebenaran pembedahan.

Keluar dari bilik pembedahan, selepas ubat bius yang dikenakan habis, si anak menangis kesakitan. Dia juga terpinga-pinga melihat kedua-dua tangannya berbalut putih. Direnung muka ayah dan ibunya. Kemudian ke wajah pembantu rumah. Dia mengerutkan dahi melihat mereka semua menangis.

Dalam seksaan menahan sakit, si anak yang keletah bersuara dalam linangan air mata berkata…

‘Abah… Mama… Ita tak buat lagi. Ita tak mau ayah pukul. Ita tak mau jahat. Ita sayang abah… sayang mama.’ katanya berulang kali membuatkan si ibu gagal menahan rasa.

‘Ita juga sayang Kak Narti..’ katanya memandang wajah pembantu rumah, sekaligus membuatkan gadis dari Surabaya itu meraung seperti histeria.

‘Abah.. bagilah balik tangan Ita. Buat apa ambil.. Ita janji tak buat lagi! Ita nak makan macam mana? Nak main macam mana? Ita janji tak conteng kereta lagi,’ katanya  bertalu-talu.

Bagaikan gugur jantung si ibu mendengar kata-kata anaknya..Meraung dia sekuat hati namun takdir yang sudah terjadi, tiada manusia dapat menahannya.

 

Moral storinya??…apa pandangan anda…

AWAS!!!!

Filed under: isU-isU sEmAsA — planetkuching @ 2:43 am

Awas! Serunding daging babi di pasaran negara jiran kita dan pelancong negara ini diminta berwaspada apabila makan sewaktu berkunjung ke Indonesia.

Penemuan lima jenama ‘abon’ (serunding) dan daging dendeng siap makan yang dibuat daripada babi di pasaran disahkan oleh pihak berkuasa Indonesia, lapor Bernama.

Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan (BPOM) Indonesia yang melakukan ujian DNA ke atas 35 jenama serunding dan daging panggang yang dijual di pasaran di Jakarta, Jambi, Bogor, Semarang, Surabaya dan Bandung, mengesahkan kandungan daging babi
dalam lima jenama.

“Sebenarnya tekstur serat babi lebih tidak kelihatan kerana banyak mengandungi lemak. Oleh itu, kita menguji di makmal dengan menggunakan alat bernama the real-time PCR (tindakan berangkaian polimera),” ketua badan itu Husniah Rubiana dipetik berkata.

Menurut sebuah akhbar negara itu Republika, jenama-jenama itu ialah:

bullet buttonDendeng/abon sapi (lembu) gurih cap Kepala Sapi 250 gram
bullet buttonAbon/dendeng sapi cap Limas 100 gram (keluaran syarikat palsu)
bullet buttonAbon/dendeng sapi asli cap ACC
bullet buttonDendeng sapi istimewa berjenama Beef Jerky Lezaaat (keluaran MDC Food Surabaya)
bullet buttonDendeng sapi Istimewa No 1 cap 999 (keluaran S Hendropurnomo Malang).

Husniah dilaporkan berkata satu daripada jenama itu didapati menggunakan tanda halal yang kononnya dikeluarkan Majlis Ulama Indonesia (MUI), manakala pengeluar lain menggunakan nama syarikat milik orang lain, menggunakan alamat tidak benar
atau tidak tercatat pengeluarnya.

Umat Islam – yang menggemari makanan itu termasuk kalangan anak-anak yang sukakan roti berisi serunding – boleh membezakan produk daripada babi yang warnanya lebih muda berbanding warna daging lembu dan serat babi juga lebih lembut, lapor agensi berita Malaysia dari Jakarta.

MUI dan Jabatan Kesihatan yang melakukan pemeriksaan mendapati para pengeluar itu pada mulanya mengakui menggunakan daging lembu tetapi setelah diuji didapati positif daripada babi.

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