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Beliau mengkhaskan hari Jumaat dari jam 1030 pagi hingga 530 petang (kecuali waktu solat Jumaat) untuk bertemu dengan orang ramai.

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  1. I just saw this news today on Facebook.

    http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/at-rallys-end-protesters-say-came-out-of-fear-of-chinese-black-magic-and-st

    And I would like to share this article I read some time ago.

    http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/03/the-audacity-of-talking-about-race-with-the-klu-klux-klan/388733/

    How Daryl Davis approaches racism is like this:

    “He explained his logic:

    The most important thing I learned is that when you are actively learning about someone else you are passively teaching them about yourself. So if you have an adversary with an opposing point of view, give that person a platform. Allow them to air that point of view, regardless of how extreme it may be. And believe me, I’ve heard things so extreme at these rallies they’ll cut you to the bone.

    Give them a platform.

    You challenge them. But you don’t challenge them rudely or violently. You do it politely and intelligently. And when you do things that way chances are they will reciprocate and give you a platform. So he and I would sit down and listen to one another over a period of time. And the cement that held his ideas together began to get cracks in it. And then it began to crumble. And then it fell apart.”

    Racists are still human. And humans become racists because of something they fear and do not understand. To battle racism, we need to be able to address those fears directly via dialogue. From the results of the last election, a lot of the battle has already been won in the city areas already. However, in the rural areas, where many may not have access to internet or social media news, the battle is far from over. And why is this important? It’s because the current government uses this fear and racism to ensure that they continue getting votes. With these tactic in hand, it’s hard for our country to change for the better.

    “Vote for us, despite how corrupted we are, because if not, the Chinese will steal everything you have.”

    In rural areas, most of the news would be spread by word of mouth and newspapers. If we’re talking orang asli villages, then it would only be word of mouth. So how can the latest news about corruption and the kind of change our country needs reach them? This is something that needs to be addressed much earlier on before the next election.

    “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”
    – John Emerich, 1887

    In our country, guess which party has been holding absolute power since 1957?
    Our country needs change.

  2. THIS IS EVEN WORST AND BIG SHOCKED after i have tried to access the SWISS-1MDB related news at http://www.sarawakreport.org and http://www.malaysia-chronicle .com now at 4:08am 1 february 2016. both websites are BLOCKED by the malaysia authorities. stating that : “Laman sesawang ini tidak dapat diakses di Malaysia kerana
    kandungannya melanggar undang-undang negara.”
    wondering if the contents published is inappropriate, they can always take legal action against it ! but instead , they blocked the websites and its contents from viewing !!! WAKE UP MALAYSIA !!!

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Ahli Parlimen Pandan dan Naib Presiden/Setiausaha Agung Parti Keadilan Rakyat || Member of Parliament for Pandan, Vice President/Secretary General of Justice Party