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Posted: 24 Jun 2011 04:18 AM PDT

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Tian Chua di ceramah Pakatan Rakyat & Hari Keluarga Pas Benut di Johor, 25 & 26 Jun ini. Naib Presiden KEADILAN, Tian Chua akan hadir ke ceramah Pakatan Ralyat di Markaz Pas MTD Benut, Jalan Parit Mesjid, Pontian, ...

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Lakaran sejarah Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat Pru13 <b>Di Segamat</b> <b>...</b>

Posted: 15 Apr 2013 12:02 AM PDT

LAKARAN SEJARAH PR DI SEGAMAT

PR Segamat telah melakar sejarah apabila pihak Majlis Daerah Segamat membenarkan astaka dan padang awamnya untuk himpunan kebangkitan PRU13.HD

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JAWATAN KOSONG <b>DI</b> KERAJAAN <b>NEGERI JOHOR</b> [31 MEI 2013 <b>...</b>

Posted: 24 Apr 2013 08:34 PM PDT

Jawatan kosong terkini di Kerajaan Negeri Johor. Permohonan adalah dipelawa daripada Rakyat Negeri Johor atau warganegara Malaysia yang berumur tidak kurang 18 tahun dari tarikh tutup permohonan adalah dipelawa untuk memohon jawatan sebagai :-

(a)Permohonan hendaklah dengan menggunakan borang yang boleh diperolehi daripada pejabat ini dengan cara datang sendiri pada waktu pejabat atau dengan mengirim sampul surat berukuran 10 x 23 sm (4 x 9 in) bersetem 60 sen dan beralamat sendiri dengan mencatat "MEMOHON BORANG" disudut sebelah atas kiri sampul surat ataupun borang boleh dimuat turun di link borang di bawah ini;
(b)Borang-borang yang telah lengkap diisi hendaklah disertakan dengan salinan diakui sah dokumen-dokumen berikut:-
(iii)Sijil Berhenti Sekolah / Sijil Persekolahan
(iv)Kad Bekas Tentera dan Polis (Jika Ada)
(v)Lain-lain sijil/surat akaun berkaitan
(c)Permohonan daripada kakitangan yang sedang berkhidmat dalam perkhidmatan kerajaan , Badan-Badan Berkanun dan Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan hendaklah dikemukakan melalui Ketua Jabatan masing-masing dengan menyertakan Kenyataan Perkhidmatan yang kemaskini dan Borang Laporan Penilaian Prestasi Tahun 2012
8.(d)Borang permohonan yang telah lengkap hendaklah dihantar ke alamat seperti berikut :-
Ketua Penolong Setiausaha
Pejabat Setiausaha Kerajaan Johor
Aras 1 & 2, Bangunan Dato' Abdul Rahman Andak , 
Kota Iskandar 79503 Nusajaya, Johor.
(a)Hanya calon-calon yang layak selepas tapisan sehaja akan dipanggil temuduga.
(b)Pemohon yang tidak menerima sebarang jawapan selepas 3 bulan dari tarikh iklan ditutup hendaklah menganggap permohonan mereka TIDAK BERJAYA.
(c)Segala perbelanjaan kerana menghadiri temuduga adalah tanggungjawab pemohon sendiri.
Tarikh tutup permohonan : 31 Mei 2013

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Gambar Kilang Kondom Berteknologi Tinggi <b>Di Pontian</b> - MyNewsHub

Posted: 19 Apr 2013 08:04 PM PDT


Sebelum ini MyNewsHub telah menyiarkan kenyataan Pegawai Eksekutif Karex Industries Sdn Bhd, Goh Miah Kiat yang menyifatkan syarikatnya merupakan pengeluar kondom terbesar di dunia.

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Goh mendakwa, syarikatnya mampu mengeluarkan tiga billion kondom setahun yang dia yakin jumlah tersebut mengatasi syarikat penghasilan kondom yang lain.

Isu itu mendapat perhatian ramai apabila kilang tersebut terletak di Malaysia atau lebih spesifik di Pontian, Johor.

Menurut Goh, syarikatnya mampu menghasilkan kondom berkualiti dengan dibantu oleh mesin berteknologi tinggi.

Berikut merupakan beberapa gambar menunjukkan proses penghasilan dan kawalan kualiti yang dilakukan oleh Karex Industries Sdn Bhd.

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Ghafir Lebih Layak Untuk Bertanding <b>di Pasir Gudang</b>‏ | Free <b>...</b>

Posted: 04 Apr 2013 05:30 AM PDT

SHUKOR Ayub mungkin boleh disifatkan sebagai orang lama dalam PKR Cabang Pasir Gudang, kalau tidak bagaimana pula beliau boleh dipilih menjadi Ketua Cabang bagi kawasan tersebut.  Tapi menjadi 'orang lama' sahaja tidak cukup untuk melayakkan Shukur dipilih sebagai calon bagi kawasan parlimen tersebut dalam pilihanraya akan datang.

Maka itu pimpinan PKR telah membuat keputusan untuk mencalonkan bekas Timbalan Panglima Angkatan Tentera, Leftenan Jeneral (B) Datu Ghafir Abdul Hamid untuk bertanding di kawasan tersebut menentang penyandang kerusi tersebut yang kita yakin bakal dicalonkan semula, Menteri Pengajian Tinggi, Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin.

Apa pun yang dikatakan orang mengenai Khaled Nordin (terutama sisi gelapnya yang tidak diketahui ramai), satu yang pasti, Shukor bukan tandingan yang mampu memberi saingan – jauh lagi nak menjamin kemenangan Pakatan Rakyat di kawasan parlimen tersebut.  Perlu diingat, Khaled menang dengan majoriti yang begitu besar, lebih 17 ribu undi, tidak salahlah kalau pimpinan PKR memilih Ghafir untuk bertanding di kawasan tersebut.

Dari apa yang laman ini dimaklumkan, pengaruh Khalid semakin berkurangan di Pasir Gudang berikut peralihan sokongan masyarakat Cina.  Bagaimanapun, itu bukan jaminan Pakatan Rakyat akan menang dengan mudah berikutan jumlah majoriti tinggi yang diperolehi Khaled pada 2008.

Justeru, hanya Ghafir saja pilihan yang tinggal untuk diketengahkan PKR di kawasan tersebut.  Sememangnya Pakatan Rakyat sangat serius untuk memecah monopoli UMNO di negeri tersebut dan pemilihan calon mestilah berdasarkan keupayaan dan intergriti calon tersebut, selain sudah dikenali ramai.

Shukor perlulah menggunakan kekuatannya di kawasan tersebut untuk membantu kempen Ghafir nanti.  Elakkan dari mensabotaj calon yang telah ditentukan parti untuk bertanding di kawasan tersebut seperti mana yang berlaku di beberapa cabang PKR sekarang, terutama di Perak dan Sabah.

Ghafir sudah dinamakan sebagai Menteri Pertahanan dalam kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat nanti dan seharusnyalah semua pihak disitu memberikan sokongan yang tidak berbelah bagi kepada beliau untuk memastikan kemenangannya.

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Chedet – <b>GELANG PATAH</b>

Posted: 11 Apr 2013 12:28 AM PDT

1. Kit Siang is going to contest in Gelang Patah.

2. Why Gelang Patah?

3. Obviously it is because Gelang Patah has a Chinese majority.

4. Obviously Kit Siang is going to play on Chinese sentiments.

5. Johore has been an Alliance/Barisan Nasional stronghold ever since independence. The three races there have been supporting each other in elections. They do not have strong racist feelings.

6. But Kit Siang is going to bring about conflict and antagonism between the races, to wage the Chinese to dislike and hate the Malays.

7. The slogan of the DAP is Malaysian Malaysia, a slogan used by the PAP in the 1964 General Elections. The slogan implies that Malaysia did not belong to all Malaysians equally. It belongs to the Malays.

8. The PAP intended to get the Chinese not to co-operate with the Malays, to end the Sino-Malay " kongsi" of the Tunku in the Alliance Party.

9. Kongsi means not taking all our entitlements for ourselves but sacrificing some so others may get their share.

10. The PAP rejected this "kongsi" principle demanding that everything be based on merit. When Singapore left Malaysia the DAP, the PAP Trojan horse, took up the Malaysian Malaysia slogan. The intention was to draw away Chinese support from the MCA and abandon the kongsi concept with UMNO and the Malays. The meritocracy promoted by the DAP will mean diminishing opportunities for the Malays in education and in business. This will result in the Malays becoming less and less qualified and poorer. Meritocracy is not about sharing but about the winners taking all.

11. When Kit Siang decided to contest in Chinese majority Gelang Patah it is because he wanted the Chinese there and in Johor to reject working together and sharing with the Malays.

12. An unhealthy racial confrontation would replace Sino-Malay cooperation which has made Malaysia stable and prosperous. That cooperation will end when Kit Siang wins Gelang Patah. Even if there will not be violent clashes as seen in many countries where people are divided by race or religion, but confrontation between the three major races in Malaysia will be disruptive and will not be conducive to the development of Malaysia.

13. For this reason the decision of Kit Siang to contest in Gelang Patah will be the focus of the 13th General Election in this country.

14. Will the DAP end Malay-Chinese friendship and cooperation in Johor or will "kongsi" remain the bases of race relations in Johor and in Malaysia?


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If MCA loses <b>Labis</b>, might as well gulung tikar | Helen Ang

Posted: 22 Apr 2013 07:16 PM PDT

If MCA loses Labis, might as well gulung tikar

April 23, 2013 at 10:16 am

In 2010, The Star paid a dividend of RM126 million to the MCA. How nice … urm, I mean "Wow! Terribly impressed".

Eh, The Star group editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai got no thoughts to upgrade his wheels, meh?

Wong-Chun-Wai-On-The-Beat-3

Dr Chua: "MCA is a rich party"

The Star is pushing a lot of copies in Jerusubang and selling even more lucrative advertisements to marketers targetting the Jerusubang purchasing power.

It's always glad tidings when we hear that a business is profitable and doing so well. Pity the take-up for MCA is nowhere near comparable though.

***   ***  ***

Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice

The Jewish moneylender Shylock just couldn't decide between his daughter and his ducats:

"I never heard a passion so confused,

So strange, outrageous, and so variable,

As the dog Jew did utter in the streets,

'My daughter! O my ducats! O my daughter!

Fled with a Christian! O my Christian ducats!

Justice! the law! my ducats, and my daughter!"

ACT II, Scene 8

***   ***   ***

BN's biggest Chinese component is defending 14 Parliament seats this general election. In the last GE in 2008, nine of the Parliament seats held by the MCA were in Malay majority areas.

The remaining five out of the 14 MCA wards which are not Malay majority have a high percentage of Indian voters. It's quite evident that the MCA relies heavily on the Malay and Indian electorate as its lifeline (see table below).

MCA14

MCA's only Chinese majority seats are Kampar (Perak), Bentong (Pahang), Labis, Kluang and Kulai (all in Johor).

They will be defended respectively by caretaker Deputy Home Minister Lee Chee Leong, MCA deputy president Liow Tiong Lai, MCA Young Professionals bureau chief Chua Tee Yong, caretaker Deputy Higher Education Minister Hou Kok Chung and Tay Chin Hein.

Observe The Star headlines (screenshots below):

Note that with regard to the Kulai story, The Star had put DAP candidate Teo Nie Ching's name prominently in its headline even though the seat is the MCA's whereas DAP is only the challenger.

The name of the MCA candidate in Kulai is Tay Chin Hein. The name "Tay Chin Hein" has never been featured before in any headline in the MCA-owned newspaper, according to Google search (see screenshot below).

Another Star headline, as you can see for yourself above, screamed that the DAP is counting to "knock out" the MCA deputy minister Lee Chee Leong in his Kampar seat. There is a photo of the DAP challenger on the Star page. There is no photo of the MCA incumbent.

Just the other day too The Star displayed a huge photograph of Hannah Yeoh while at the same time, there was no photo at all of the MCA candidate in Subang Jaya.

The paper repeats the same stunt with the Kulai story. There is a photo of Teo Nie Ching while we're left clueless as to what the MCA candidate "Tay Chin Hein" looks like.

allintitle Tay Chin Hein

Chua Soi Lek punya maruah, wor

Among those five constituencies, Labis is the MCA blue ribbon seat because it lies in Johor and was previously occupied by party presidents Dr Chua Soi Lek and Dr Ling Liong Sik.

In the last general election, Indians comprised 15.5 percent of the voters in Labis. For this round, the DAP has put up in Labis an Indian candidate — its former Selangor senator, S. Ramakrishnan. Insofar as appealing to race loyalties go, DAP looks to have employed a good strategy.

There is a good chance that all five of MCA's Chinese majority Parliament seats nationwide will fall to the DAP.

ChunWaiLabis

Boleh menang ke?

Is Tee Yong really on a song in Labis, as Wong Chun Wai claims?

MCA is the second biggest component party in the BN with a self-proclaimed membership of one million.

Yet the party is now reduced to this floundering underdog. How has it reached a stage where the national pastime of the Chinese – many of whom are readers of The Star – is to mock the MCA, vilify its representatives and pour scorn on the BN in general?

What kool-aid is The Star giving the party president's son to drink by declaring that "Labis looks like a win for Barisan", especially when the paper is busy promoting the chief rival DAP 3.0? Compare with The Star's other truthful moments ("knock out" MCA) that are screen captured above.

MCA would have stood a better chance in Labis had The Star played its part throughout the last five years to provide the party and the coalition it belongs to a fairer hearing.

The Star promoting DAP SuperCyber Bully

Unlike Ong Kian Ming – interviewed by The Star's SwitchUp.tv (see 'Strategist: Pakatan stands good chance in Johor') – Chua Jr is not exactly The Star's favourite person.

Neither are the political scientists from the dozen odd public universities whom The Star does not seek out for interviews. From its track record, The Star clearly prefers to interview (and multiple times at that) DAP evangelista Ong Kian Ming who teaches/taught in a private university-college.

StarEditorVoteOKM

Star didn't lift a finger to help

The Star has hundreds of editors and thousands of reporters, and thick Business and Property sections daily.

Yet when Chua Tee Yong was tackling Talamgate, the MCA-owned newspaper didn't draw on their professional expertise to produce op-eds and write-ups to buffer his case. Chua Jr, all the way from Johor, was left to battle the Selangor state government alone.

Read HERE how Chua Tee Yong's 1Malaysia celebration function was completely ignored by The Star which instead gave a coverage of two separate articles to Hannah Yeoh over the very same weekend for the same occasion (Lantern Festival).

Also read, 'The Star tikam belakang anak Chua Soi Lek'.

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We should give this anonymous poor chap a proper name.
Chua Tee Yong sounds just about right.

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If MCA loses <b>Labis</b>, might as well gulung tikar | Helen Ang

Posted: 22 Apr 2013 07:16 PM PDT

If MCA loses Labis, might as well gulung tikar

April 23, 2013 at 10:16 am

In 2010, The Star paid a dividend of RM126 million to the MCA. How nice … urm, I mean "Wow! Terribly impressed".

Eh, The Star group editor Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai got no thoughts to upgrade his wheels, meh?

Wong-Chun-Wai-On-The-Beat-3

Dr Chua: "MCA is a rich party"

The Star is pushing a lot of copies in Jerusubang and selling even more lucrative advertisements to marketers targetting the Jerusubang purchasing power.

It's always glad tidings when we hear that a business is profitable and doing so well. Pity the take-up for MCA is nowhere near comparable though.

***   ***  ***

Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice

The Jewish moneylender Shylock just couldn't decide between his daughter and his ducats:

"I never heard a passion so confused,

So strange, outrageous, and so variable,

As the dog Jew did utter in the streets,

'My daughter! O my ducats! O my daughter!

Fled with a Christian! O my Christian ducats!

Justice! the law! my ducats, and my daughter!"

ACT II, Scene 8

***   ***   ***

BN's biggest Chinese component is defending 14 Parliament seats this general election. In the last GE in 2008, nine of the Parliament seats held by the MCA were in Malay majority areas.

The remaining five out of the 14 MCA wards which are not Malay majority have a high percentage of Indian voters. It's quite evident that the MCA relies heavily on the Malay and Indian electorate as its lifeline (see table below).

MCA14

MCA's only Chinese majority seats are Kampar (Perak), Bentong (Pahang), Labis, Kluang and Kulai (all in Johor).

They will be defended respectively by caretaker Deputy Home Minister Lee Chee Leong, MCA deputy president Liow Tiong Lai, MCA Young Professionals bureau chief Chua Tee Yong, caretaker Deputy Higher Education Minister Hou Kok Chung and Tay Chin Hein.

Observe The Star headlines (screenshots below):

Note that with regard to the Kulai story, The Star had put DAP candidate Teo Nie Ching's name prominently in its headline even though the seat is the MCA's whereas DAP is only the challenger.

The name of the MCA candidate in Kulai is Tay Chin Hein. The name "Tay Chin Hein" has never been featured before in any headline in the MCA-owned newspaper, according to Google search (see screenshot below).

Another Star headline, as you can see for yourself above, screamed that the DAP is counting to "knock out" the MCA deputy minister Lee Chee Leong in his Kampar seat. There is a photo of the DAP challenger on the Star page. There is no photo of the MCA incumbent.

Just the other day too The Star displayed a huge photograph of Hannah Yeoh while at the same time, there was no photo at all of the MCA candidate in Subang Jaya.

The paper repeats the same stunt with the Kulai story. There is a photo of Teo Nie Ching while we're left clueless as to what the MCA candidate "Tay Chin Hein" looks like.

allintitle Tay Chin Hein

Chua Soi Lek punya maruah, wor

Among those five constituencies, Labis is the MCA blue ribbon seat because it lies in Johor and was previously occupied by party presidents Dr Chua Soi Lek and Dr Ling Liong Sik.

In the last general election, Indians comprised 15.5 percent of the voters in Labis. For this round, the DAP has put up in Labis an Indian candidate — its former Selangor senator, S. Ramakrishnan. Insofar as appealing to race loyalties go, DAP looks to have employed a good strategy.

There is a good chance that all five of MCA's Chinese majority Parliament seats nationwide will fall to the DAP.

ChunWaiLabis

Boleh menang ke?

Is Tee Yong really on a song in Labis, as Wong Chun Wai claims?

MCA is the second biggest component party in the BN with a self-proclaimed membership of one million.

Yet the party is now reduced to this floundering underdog. How has it reached a stage where the national pastime of the Chinese – many of whom are readers of The Star – is to mock the MCA, vilify its representatives and pour scorn on the BN in general?

What kool-aid is The Star giving the party president's son to drink by declaring that "Labis looks like a win for Barisan", especially when the paper is busy promoting the chief rival DAP 3.0? Compare with The Star's other truthful moments ("knock out" MCA) that are screen captured above.

MCA would have stood a better chance in Labis had The Star played its part throughout the last five years to provide the party and the coalition it belongs to a fairer hearing.

The Star promoting DAP SuperCyber Bully

Unlike Ong Kian Ming – interviewed by The Star's SwitchUp.tv (see 'Strategist: Pakatan stands good chance in Johor') – Chua Jr is not exactly The Star's favourite person.

Neither are the political scientists from the dozen odd public universities whom The Star does not seek out for interviews. From its track record, The Star clearly prefers to interview (and multiple times at that) DAP evangelista Ong Kian Ming who teaches/taught in a private university-college.

StarEditorVoteOKM

Star didn't lift a finger to help

The Star has hundreds of editors and thousands of reporters, and thick Business and Property sections daily.

Yet when Chua Tee Yong was tackling Talamgate, the MCA-owned newspaper didn't draw on their professional expertise to produce op-eds and write-ups to buffer his case. Chua Jr, all the way from Johor, was left to battle the Selangor state government alone.

Read HERE how Chua Tee Yong's 1Malaysia celebration function was completely ignored by The Star which instead gave a coverage of two separate articles to Hannah Yeoh over the very same weekend for the same occasion (Lantern Festival).

Also read, 'The Star tikam belakang anak Chua Soi Lek'.

paste

We should give this anonymous poor chap a proper name.
Chua Tee Yong sounds just about right.

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