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Friday, September 16, 2011


Ini bukti dari laman web PM Bangladesh.... PM Bangla ni pembohong nih.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011


Kalau Utusan atau sesiapa pun hendak menggambarkan komunis yang bersikap sebegitu rupa semasa zaman bergolak kenapa anda tidak mengambil pendirian yang sama terhadap Jepun? 

Kenapa tak halau saja Jepun yang ramai kat Malaysia sekarang nih. Jika kerajaan boleh berbaik-baik dengan Parti Komunis China yang diketahui membantu dari segi kewangan dan peralatan semasa perang dunia kedua, sebelum merdeka dan selepas merdeka kenapa kerajaan yang sudah berbaik-baik dengan Jepun sekarang tiada pihak mempertikaikannya? Kesimpulannya apa yang saya nampak sekarang adalah sikap hipokrit. Jadi janganlah nak buat lawak sarkis pulak.

Utusan prints caricatures of 'communist cruelty'

Utusan prints caricatures of 'communist cruelty'
Muslims being 'forced to eat pork' before they were shot dead ... children and old people being thrown into a fire ...
These are among six contentious caricatures that artist Hamzah Mohd Amin has drawn to expose the “cruelty” of the Malayan communists to ordinary people.
Umno-owned daily Utusan Malaysia - in both its print and online version today - reported that Hamzah, 71, had come to its office yesterday to hand-deliver the illustrations.
"Today's generation does not know the hardships of life during the communist era. I worked to create the drawings a few weeks ago, so that they will be able to picture the cruelty of the communist and why we hate them," he is quoted as saying.
"The younger generation has only heard the stories from their grandparents but they did not see how communists tortured prisoners.
"Through the drawings, I hope that they will realise the cruelty of the communists and learn from it."
Among the most controversial of his artwork is a depiction of slant-eyed men in tan-coloured uniforms, waving weapons and forcing a group of people to eat pork.
'Imam and bilal from suraus were forced to eat roast pork before being shot' reads the caption.
Another drawing show two men in uniform, in what appears to be a garden.
One is shown watering a patch of ground with human body-parts over it, while the other holds a basket and is harvesting vegetables from the plot.
The caption reads: 'Bodies of murdered victims were buried in shallow (graves) on vegetable plots, later vegetables plucked from the garden are cooked for meals of their members.'
Another illustration features similar men bundling an old man into a gunny sack and another throwing a kid into burning flames.
The caption describes the scene as communists putting senior citizens in sacks before throwing them into the fire, while children were thrown in directly.
The remaining illustrations are on a method of torture - by pouring salt water into an open wound; abuse of the Quran; and burning of houses.
Hamzah is further quoted as saying that he was called to produce the drawings after the actions of certain parties who tried to portray the communists as heroes, a notion he hopes his cartoons will dispel.
"I get very bitter and angry when communists are acknowledged in this way," he was quoted as saying.
"How can a terrorist group be given recognition?"
Fomerly attached to Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Hamzah was responsible for creating the logo used by the police from 1963-1997

Monday, September 12, 2011


VW says Suzuki is in breach of agreement

The troubled business relationship between major German automaker Volkswagen and Japan's Suzuki Motor may deteriorate further.

Volkswagen released a statement on Sunday in which it says the Japanese car maker violated its contract by agreeing to purchase diesel engines from another car maker.

The two companies formed a capital tie-up in December 2009 with the aim of jointly expanding their market shares in emerging economies and developing eco-friendly technologies.

Their alliance was stalled in July this year when Suzuki expressed its frustration by saying that the German automaker does not see their partnership as equal.

Volkswagen said that specific joint tie-ups had not progressed as much as it envisaged.

It did not say in the statement that the tie-up should end. It said Suzuki has several weeks to rectify the situation and it continues to view the Japanese car maker as an attractive investment.

However, the relationship is expected to worsen further.
Monday, September 12, 2011 07:08 +0900 (JST)

Sunday, September 11, 2011


Israel criticizes embassy intrusion
The Israeli government has repatriated almost all of its diplomats from Egypt after protesters broke into its embassy in Cairo.

Hundreds of Egyptians surrounded the Israeli embassy in Cairo on Friday. The rally was in protest of the killing of 5 Egyptian soldiers last month during a gun battle between Israeli troops and militants near the border with Egypt.

The protesters destroyed a part of the wall surrounding the embassy before breaking in. Then, they crushed with security forces.

Egyptian state TV reports 3 people were killed in the incident and more then 1,000 were injured.

39 rally participants were arrested.

A senior Israeli official told NHK that the protesters had disrupted the country's diplomatic activity, and that their action damaged relations between the 2 countries.

The official said all 86 embassy staff members and their families have left the country with only one diplomat staying behind to act as a liaison.

No Israelis were injured in the unrest.

Egypt was the first Arab state to establish diplomatic ties with Israel, and is an important country for its security.

However, since the fall of the government of former president Hosni Mubarak, that have been growing calls for a shift toward a more hard line stance against Israel.

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