During SEMAIAN, my big sister Kashah and I spoke to one of our favourite politician, YB Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin, an Independent Member of Parliament for Kulim – Bandar Baharu, Kedah.
When he was still a PKR MP, Uncle Zul went against the opposition’s stands on “Allah” issue; just like what Uncle Nasharudin Mat Isa is doing now.
Even though I often saw Uncle Zul Noordin at other MUAFAKAT‘s programs, this is the first time I spoke to him.
It was so wonderful talking to him for he is very nice and very friendly.
I was so excited meeting him that I forget all the questions that I wanted to ask him.
It was something like how I felt the day I met Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on May 23, 2010.
Well, at the time I was a big fan of Anwar but not anymore after I heard his March 18, 2010’s speech at the London School Of Economics on YouTube .
Uncle Zul said that when he was studying in New Zealand, Uncle Zul met a man who gave him advices that made him a better person.
And that day, Uncle Zul advised me to always tell the truth, no matter what and stand for the truth.
While we were talking, AntaraPos’s reporters came to interview him.
After the interview, I asked Uncle Zul for an autograph.
Uncle Zul also gave me his business card and that made me feel so proud.
I wish I can talk to Uncle Zulkifli Noordin again and this time I’m going to ask him some questions.
I am so happy and thankful to be able speak to a lot of wonderful people.
PAS’s Deputy President, Mat Sabu or Mohamad Sabu said that 1,000,000 people will participate in Saturday’s HKR #KL112.
Was he right?
The superimposed photo is used by some people to prove that HKR #KL112 was a great success.
There were too many participants that they had to sit on the roof and fly in the air 🙂
Now what do you think about this photo?
Actually the stadium can only occupy the maximum of 30,000 people, so what ever they do, do they think that they can justify the numbers of participants?
So, can we trust the Pakatan Rakyat?
Thank you, http://paneh.blogspot.com/2013/01/nak-menipu-pun-agak-agak-la.html for the photos.
50,000 vs 1,000,000.
Opposition parties’ leaders told people that over 1,ooo,ooo people will be attending their important demonstration.
Now HKR was over, and sensible people estimated that only less than 50,000 people were in and outside the very small stadium.
Below are some interesting videos of the demonstration:
Are there more than one qiblat at the Stadium Merdeka/ Merdeka Stadium? Please read: Himpunan KL112′s Most Popular Photo
The opposition parties ask for press freedom. Now let us see what happened to the press during the opposition’s HKR #KL112:
So, can we trust the Pakatan Rakyat?
- Photos: 1,000,000 People Participated At HKR #KL112? (ahmadalikarim.wordpress.com)
- Himpunan KL112′s Most Popular Photo (ahmadalikarim.wordpress.com)
- KL112: Is PR After A Revolution? (ahmadalikarim.wordpress.com)
Last night at the ‘Janji Demokrasi’ or ‘Janji Bersih’ or ‘Bersih 4.0’ demonstration, the demonstrators were holding up new flags as reported by Agenda Daily.
That is surely not a Malaysian flag!
So, why are they displaying the flags?
The article asks for an explanation about the flags.
Please click here for: A New Malaysian Flag – A Sign Of PR’s Revolution?
Last year a DAP’s assemblyman wrote in his Facebook that PR would come with a new flag for Malaysia.
Is this Bersih’s and PR’s new flag for Malaysia?
I agree with the article that the flag looks like the flags of Republic Indonesia and Republic Singapore.
And I am asking the same question; are they trying to turn Malaysia into a republic?
Flyers as in the picture below were also distributed at the event last night!
Among PR’s leaders who joined the demonstration were PAS’s Mat Sabu and PKR’s Tien Chua and Fuziah Salleh.
I am very sorry for what had happened last night; I think they are not patriotic and had tarnished the 55th Merdeka Day.
Even if they hate the government, they must respect important official events like our Merdeka Day.
Muslims should never tell lies, especially during the holy month of Ramadhan.
So, its time for PAS to give true answers to the below questions:
Is Malaysia an Islamic country?
Islam is the religion of the Federation of the Malay States of Malaysia but PAS says that Malaysia is a secular country.
Is PAS teaching their supporters the true Islam or is PAS actually using Islam to win their supporters votes?
PAS claims that Malaysia is a secular country, told people that supporting UMNO is haram, UMNO is not fighting for Islam and Muslims, let the non-Muslims use the word Allah, said that it is ‘wajib’ to join Bersih 3.0 and a lot of other lies which are actually against the Islamic teaching.
Is Malaysia a secular country?
Did PR plan Bersih 3.0 riot?
Does PAS fight against LGBT?
Does PAS fight against Syiah?
Is there no corruption in PAS and PR?
Do the PAS leaders ever lie to their supporters?
Do PAS leaders trust and really like DAP and PKR?
Is PAS lying about FGVH shares?
PAS claimed that FGVH will not be profitable and took part in Himpunan Oren but Kedah PAS’s government bought and made lots of profit from FGVH shares.
And some questions to the PKR Muslim leaders:
Did PR plan the Bersih 3.0 riotand who started the Bersih 3.0 riot?
Will PKR be buying MPs to win the PRU 13?
Is it true that there are lots of corruptions in PR government?