Penipuan Surat Pemotongan Air Rawatan Bersih Selangor Oleh Kerajaan Negeri Pakatan Terbongkar

Thursday, August 16, 2012








Koordinator Barisan Nasional (BN) Selangor, Datuk Seri Mohd. Zin hari ini memberi kenyataan bahawa Kumpulan Darul Ehsan Berhad (KDEB) melalui Kumpulan Perangsang Selangor (KPS) mengeluarkan surat kepada Konsortium ABBAS Sdn Bhd (ABBAS) agar menurunkan pengeluaran air kepada 120 juta gelen sehari.

Kenyataan berkenaan ABBAS sebelum ini yang mengurangkan air terawat atas desakan Kerajaan Negeri Selangor KLIK DISINI

Terbaik lah Tok Zin, kasi bongkar habis habisan penipuan dan pembohongan yang dilakukan Kerajaan Pakatan Selangor bersama sama dengan Parasit parasit yang ada dalam Negeri Selangor ini.

Buat Pembangkang tak payah nak nafi itu ini pekara Rawatan Air ni kerana jika tak salah dan Tok Zin FITNAH elok sangat je Tok Zin. Beliau bercakap dengan jelas dan anda semua puak pakatan Selangor dialu alukan untuk menyaman.

Hahaha.... Depa berani ke nak saman? Saman le Khalid Gagap oiii

DAP ANTI ISLAM
PAS ITU MELAYU
UMNO ITU ISLAM

ANWAR AL-JUBURI HARUS BERTAUBAT



7 comments:

Anonymous,  August 16, 2012 at 7:57 AM  

tak po, tak po,
lepas ni ambo ngan father nik
sembahyang hajat mintok hujan
turun berdesir desir kat selangor
dok?

Anonymous,  August 16, 2012 at 8:45 AM  

turun berdesir2 pahtu pakot ramai2 minum air lombong...untuk rakyat jo, untuk yb pas dan yb pkr sumo beres...

Prince of Noob August 16, 2012 at 8:49 AM  

oh dah terbongkar ke.... jom kita minum air lombong ramai2

Anonymous,  August 16, 2012 at 9:58 AM  

Tu lah bodoh masalah sekarang bukan air tak cukup sampai nak solat hajat minta hujan..tetapi loji rawatan air yang tak cukup. selama ni tajuk Langat-2 adalah loji rawatan, bukan air tak cukup. mungkin Selangor merancang nak ikut spork kitar semula air kumbahan jadikan mineral water "newater".selamat minumlah air jamban.

Bukti UMNO Menyokong Yahudi August 16, 2012 at 10:55 AM  

Malaysia-Israel: The hidden trade relationship
By AIMAN ZARUL
08/06/2012 22:23

Public figures still shy away from suggesting trade with Israel for fear of a public backlash.

What we both learned from our separate experiences was that in Malaysia, Israel is still very much taboo.

THIS IS counter-intuitive. Mahathir’s replacement by the milder Ahmad Badawi in 2003, followed by Badawi’s own departure in favor of the Western-educated and secular economist Najib Razak in 2009, would have flushed out much of the virulent anti-Israel sentiment that typified Mahathir’s 23-year rule. Alongside rising income levels, Malaysian civil society has also strengthened in recent years (April 28 saw a large pro-democracy rally in Kuala Lumpur, the second in two years), its advocates bidding to reconcile Malaysia’s state-enforced Islamic- Confucian social codes with socially progressive norms, such as secularity and pluralism.

Combined, these dynamics ought to have erased anachronistic preconceptions that hinder the sort of pragmatic thinking that Malaysia’s sustained growth needs. But at least in the context of Israel, they haven’t. Public figures still shy away from suggesting trade with Israel for fear of receiving the same rapping as Mahathir and Anwar, leaving the private sector to take the lead.

But the hurdles that private actors face are impressive, if not prohibitive.




TODAY, THE landscape is less discernible. Three years into his premiership, Najib has kept silent on Israel. He has continued Mahathir’s vision of turning Malaysia into the global hub for Islamic finance, but despite his moderate outlook and efforts to distance himself from Mahathir’s more controversial rhetoric, his job of strengthening ties with other Islamic economies (and re-forging ties with post-Arab Spring governments, many which are controlled by parties openly hostile toward Israel) in the fulfillment of this vision may in fact make it more difficult to ease trade channels with Israel.

To be sure, Najib has worked to reinvigorate Malaysia’s traditionally tight relationships with Western partners, long neglected by his predecessors in favor of closer ties with the OIC and non-aligned states. Under him, Malaysia has also halted petroleum and palm oil exports to Iran in compliance with UN sanctions. But if these steps suggest that a softer stance towards Israel is inevitable, then a latent cautiousness caused by Najib’s own shaky standing among the young conservative rungs of his UMNO party and amplified by the imminence of his first general election, could very well disappoint.

SO, WHERE are we going? Amongst Malaysia’s small but expanding foreign-educated youth, resolute apathy towards Israel is gently giving way to guarded curiosity.

There is a growing interest among hi-tech startups (many owned by recently returned graduates) in Israeli technology and business concepts.

According to The Economist, Malaysians form a substantial proportion of Muslims taking advantage of current peaceful conditions to join special pilgrimage tours to Jerusalem, and as demand for tour places surges, so is the number of travel agencies approved by the Malaysian authorities to operate such tours.

In the formal economy, trade data collated by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization suggests that much of Israel’s burgeoning palm oil imports are in fact resales of Malaysian produce (Malaysia produces 51 percent and exports 62% of the world’s palm oil).

While a host of factors have caused indirect material trade between Malaysia and Israel to flag considerably over the last 15 years, the substitution of trade in tangible goods for a trade in experiences and ideas may in fact augur very well, if not better, for the Malaysia-Israel relationship.

Anonymous,  August 16, 2012 at 10:58 AM  

aiman zarul lembu bodoh..

Anonymous,  August 16, 2012 at 6:10 PM  

baru elvis gagap tau penangan sumbu si zin badak ni.bil air pemimpin dia bole plak kasi kuar tp untuk rakyat kene potong plak(paham2la bil air ape).hadoiiila..dunia oh dunia.patutla selalu gagap je si elvis ni rupanya dah xde idea nk kelentong

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