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Friday, April 9, 2010

Idea “Kerajaang Perpaduang” Dari APCO?

Saya tiada bukti, tapi perasaan saya mengarah ke situ. Ini kerana APCO diperkenalkan ke Malaysia melalui rakan mereka, Ethos Consulting. Ethos pula adalah konsultan diraja kepada bebudak tingkat empat sewaktu pemerintahan Pak Lah.

Jadi, ada kemungkinan, sewaktu perjumpaan2 dalam gelap, idea “Kerajaang Perpaduang” ini telah dilemparkan oleh puak2 UMNO kepada pimpinan2 PAS yang terlibat. Idea itu mungkin datang dari Ethos yang mendapatkannya dari APCO.

Maka, tidak mustahillah Presiden PAS sendiri menjadi negara Israel sebagai salah satu contoh “Kerajaang Perpaduang” di dalam temuramah beliau dengan HARAKAH satu masa dahulu:

"HARAKAH:Boleh Dato' Seri kemukakan contoh-contoh apa yang dikatakan "Unity Government" yang dipakai di mana-mana?

PRESIDEN PAS:Konsepnya mesti berubah dan bukan apa yang ada pada hari ini. Sebagai contoh, di Indonesia yang saya sebut tadi. 'Unity Government' di Indonesia berlaku pemisahan kuasa dengan 'SPR' atau Pemilu di Indonesia dengan badan politik. Pemisahan kuasa dengan badan kehakiman, sehingga badan kehakiman di Indonesia boleh menyeret Suharto ke mahkamah, boleh menyeret Perdana Menteri dan Menteri-menteri ke Mahkamah jika melakukan kesalahan. Ini kita (PAS) hendak bersihkan negara.

Di Israel sebagai contoh, Perdana Menteri Israel pun boleh dibawa ke mahkamah dan disiasat. Ini 'Unity Government' dan pilihan raya di Indonesia adalah pilihan raya yang berubah. Di mana Barisan Nasional tidak ada hak memonopoli TV termasuklah semua parti boleh menggunakan TV."

Bagi saya, apa sahaja cadangan dari UMNO kita wajib TOLAK dahulu. Kemudian setelah menolak baru kita nilai.

Ini kerana UMNO adalah sebuah entity penipu dan telah menipu sejak sekian lama. Menipu telah menjadi darah daging UMNO.

Mengapa kita nak berkawan dengan orang-orang sebegini?

Syukurnya gagasan kerajaang perpaduang tidak jadi. Hakikatnya ianya adalah satu front untuk menbuhkan kerajaan UMNO-PAS.

Kasihan Presiden kena main dengan penasihat-penasihat beliau. Itu sahaja.

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  1. TB,

    Hang ni x abih2 ikut perasaan la, ikut khabar angin la, cuba bawak berita yang memamg dah ada bukti, bukan ikut perasaan hang. lama2 hang jadi makin merapu.

  2. Konsep unity government dengan separation of powers adalah dua perkara yang berbeza. Tanpa unity government pun boleh wujud separation of powers seperti yang terlaksana UK, US, Australia, Korea Selatan dan Jepun sebagai contoh. Jadi, unity government bukan syarat untuk menegakkan keadilan. Walau bagaimanapun jangan sampai menuduh tanpa bukti.

  3. bukan dari APCO
    tapi dari UPKO hahah Bn components
    U = United
    P = Pasokmomogun
    K = Kadazandusun Murut
    O = Organisation

  4. mmm..the clue is "isreal" yg disebutkan oleh TGHA..there is a saying.."it better to trust our instincts than our mind"..yes,we cannot rule out the possibility of the APCO boys whispering "UG thingy" into the ears of those who wanna berpadu wit UMNO..and Isrealis r well known for their deceptive tactics..Pak zz top wanted UG with PAS to save his sleepy arse..Nachibaum pulak nak UG utk cripple Anwar,Pakatan,etc etc..after that kasi sepaklah all those al wala dungu ularmaks into the toilet simple,and effective

  5. Dengar khabar,si kera khairy pun "ejen" utk Singapore..United Moron Nasional Org dan para penjilat punkoq mereka dah jadi barang permainan zionis..

  6. UG lahir dari Bahagian Perangsaraf & Perisikan UMNO, sangat dicurigai ia sangat berkaitan dgn APCO yg kakitangan pengurusanya terdiri dari intelligent israel

  7. Bro,perlu ingat,para perisik selalu kongsi maklumat dgn depa punya counterpart..

  8. Dikhabarkan sistem keselamatan komputer Kementerian Pertahanan (MINDEF) sentiasa diserang hacker dari luar negar

  9. THE TWO classic intelligence disasters occurred during World War II. In both, the intelligence agencies either provided their political bosses with faulty assessments, or the leaders ignored their accurate assessments. As far as the results are concerned, both amount to the same.

    Comrade Stalin was totally surprised by the German invasion of the Soviet Union, even though the Germans needed months to assemble their huge invasion force. President Roosevelt was totally surprised by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, even though the bulk of the Japanese Navy took part in it. The failures were so fantastic, that spy aficionados had to resort to conspiracy theories to explain them. One such theory says that Stalin deliberately ignored the warnings because he intended to surprise Hitler with an attack of his own. Another theory asserts that Roosevelt practically “invited” the Japanese to attack because he was in need of a pretext to push the US into an unpopular war.

    But since then, failures continued to follow each other. All Western spy agencies were totally surprised by the Khomeini revolution in Iran, the results of which are still hitting the headlines today. All of them were totally surprised by the collapse of the Soviet Union, one of the defining events of the 20th century. They were totally surprised by the fall of the Berlin wall. And all of them provided wrong information about Saddam Hussein’s imaginary nuclear bomb, which served as a pretext for the American invasion of Iraq.

  10. Mossad's Rogue Assassins
    The Dubai Hit


    FROM TIME to time I ask myself: what would happen if the world’s governments decided to abolish all their spy agencies simultaneously?

    True, it would be a great blow to the authors and movie producers who make their living from secret service stories. Their products would lose their appeal.

    It would be a disaster for the huge army of fans which gobbles up spy adventures, the enthusiastic consumers of books and movies about superhuman heroes like James Bond and super-devious geniuses like John La Carre’s Smiley.

    But what would be the real damage if Washington stopped spying on Moscow and Moscow stopped spying on Washington, and both on Beijing? The result would be a draw. Immense sums of money would be saved, since a large part of the efforts of every spy agency is devoted to obstructing the intrigues of the competition. How many diseases could be overcome? How many hungry people fed, how many illiterates taught to read and write?

    The popular books and movies celebrate the imaginary successes of the intelligence agencies. Reality is much more prosaic, and it is replete with real failures.

  11. STEVEN SPIELBERG’S movie “Munich” describes the assassination (“elimination”) of PLO officials after the massacre of the athletes at the Olympic Games. As a masterpiece of kitsch it can be compared only to the movie “Exodus”, based on Leon Uris’ kitschy book.

    After the massacre (the main responsibility for which falls on the incompetent and irresponsible Bavarian police), the Mossad, on the orders of Golda Meir, killed seven PLO officials, much to the joy of the revenge-thirsty Israeli public. Almost all the victims were PLO diplomats, the civilian representatives of the organization in European capitals, who had no direct connection with violent operations. Their activities were public, they worked in regular offices and lived with their families in residential buildings. They were static targets – like the ducks in a shooting gallery.

    In one of the actions – which resembled the latest affair – a Moroccan waiter was assassinated by mistake in the Norwegian town of Lillehammer. The Mossad mistook him for Ali Hassan Salameh, a senior Fatah officer who served as contact with the CIA. The Mossad agents, including a glamorous blonde (there is always a glamorous blonde) were identified, arrested and sentenced to long prison terms (but released very soon). The real Salameh was “eliminated” later on.

    In 1988, five years before the Oslo agreement, Abu Jihad (Khalil al-Wazir), the No. 2 in Fatah, was assassinated in Tunis before the eyes of his wife and children. Had he not been killed, he would probably be serving today as the President of the Palestinian Authority instead of Abu Mazen (Mahmoud Abbas). He would have enjoyed the same kind of standing among his people as did Yasser Arafat - who was, most likely, killed by a poison that leaves no traces.

    The fiasco that most resembles the latest action was the Mossad’s attempt on the life of Khalid Mishal, a senior Hamas leader, on orders of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. The Mossad agents ambushed him on a main street of Amman and sprayed a nerve toxin in his ear – that was about to kill him without leaving traces. They were caught on the spot. King Hussein, the Israeli government’s main ally in the Arab world, was livid and delivered a furious ultimatum: either Israel would immediately provide the antidote to the poison and save Mishal’s life, or the Mossad agents would be hanged. Netanyahu, as usual, caved in, Mishal was saved and the Israeli government, as a bonus, released Sheik Ahmed Yassin, the main Hamas leader, from prison. He was “eliminated” by a hellfire missile later on.

  12. AH, OUR people say, that’s what’s happening among the Goyim. Not here. Our intelligence community is like no other. The Jewish brain has invented the Mossad, which knows everything and is capable of everything. (Mossad – “institute” – is short for the “Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations”.)

    Really? At the outbreak of the 1948 war, all the chiefs of our intelligence community unanimously advised David Ben-Gurion that the armies of the Arab states would not intervene. (Fortunately, Ben-Gurion rejected their assessment.) In May 1967, our entire intelligence community was totally surprised by the concentration of the Egyptian army in Sinai, the step that led to the Six-Day war. (Our intelligence chiefs were convinced that the bulk of the Egyptian army was busy in Yemen, where a civil war was raging.) The Egyptian-Syrian attack on Yom Kippur, 1973, completely surprised our intelligence services, even though heaps of advance warnings were available.

    The intelligence agencies were totally surprised by the first intifada, and then again by the second. They were totally surprised by the Khomeini revolution, even though (or because) they were deeply imbedded in the Shah’s regime. They were totally surprised by the Hamas victory in the Palestinian elections.

    The list is long and inglorious. But in one field, so they say, our Mossad performs like no other: assassinations. (Sorry, “eliminations”.)

  13. URING THE last weeks, a deluge of words has been poured on the assassination in Dubai of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, another senior Hamas officer.

    Israelis agreed from the first moment that this was a job of the Mossad. What capabilities! What talent! How did they know, long in advance, when the man would go to Dubai, what flight he would take, in what hotel he would stay! What precise planning!

    The “military correspondents” and “Arab affairs correspondents” on screen were radiant. Their faces said: oh, oh, oh, if the material were not embargoed…If I could only tell you what I know…I can tell you only that the Mossad has proved again that its long arm can reach anywhere! Live in fear, oh enemies of Israel!

    When the problems started to become apparent, and the photos of the assassins appeared on TV all over the world, the enthusiasm cooled, but only slightly. An old and proven Israeli method was brought into play: to take some marginal detail and discuss it passionately, ignoring the main issue. Concentrate on one particular tree and divert attention from the forest.

    Really, why did the agents use the names of actual people who live in Israel and have dual nationality? Why, of all possible passports, did they use those of friendly countries? How could they be sure that the owners of these passports would not travel abroad at the critical time?

    Moreover, were they not aware that Dubai was full of cameras that record every movement? Did they not foresee that the local police would produce films of the assassination in almost all its details?

    But this did not arouse too much excitement in Israel. Everybody understood that the British and the Irish were obliged, pro forma, to protest, but that this was nothing but going through the motions. Behind the scenes, there are intimate connections between the Mossad and the other intelligence agencies. After some weeks, everything will be forgotten. That’s how it worked in Norway after Lillehammer, that’s how it worked in Jordan after the Mishal affair. They will protest, rebuke, and that’s that. So what is the problem?

  14. ERHAPS THE impact of the operation on Israel standing in the world is even more significant.

    Once upon a time it was possible to belittle this aspect. Let the Goyim say what they want. But since the Molten Lead operation, Israel has become more conscious of its far-reaching implications. The verdict of Judge Goldstone, the echoes of the antics of Avigdor Lieberman, the growing world-wide campaign for boycotting Israel – all these tend to suggest that Thomas Jefferson was not talking through his hat when he said that no nation can afford to ignore the opinion of mankind.

    The Dubai affair is reinforcing the image of Israel as a bully state, a rogue nation that treats world public opinion with contempt, a country that conducts gang warfare, that sends mafia-like death squads abroad, a pariah nation to be avoided by right-minded people.

    Was this worthwhile?

    Uri Avnery is an Israeli writer and peace activist with Gush Shalom. He is a contributor to CounterPunch's book The Politics of Anti-Semitism.

  15. THE PROBLEM is that the Mossad in Israel acts like an independent fiefdom that ignores the vital long-term political and strategic interests of Israel, enjoying the automatic backing of an irresponsible prime minister. It is, as the English expression goes, a “loose cannon” – the cannon of a ship of yore which has broken free of its mountings and is rolling around the deck, crushing to death any unfortunate sailor who happens to get in its way.

    From the strategic point of view, the Dubai operation causes heavy damage to the government’s policy, which defines Iran’s putative nuclear bomb as an existential threat to Israel. The campaign against Iran helps it to divert the world’s attention from the ongoing occupation and settlement, and induces the US, Europe and other countries to dance to its tune.

    Barack Obama is in the process of trying to set up a world-wide coalition for imposing “debilitating sanctions” on Iran. The Israeli government serves him – willingly – as a growling dog. He tells the Iranians: The Israelis are crazy. They may attack you at any moment. I am restraining them with great difficulty. But if you don’t do what I tell you, I shall let go of the leash and may Allah have mercy on your soul!

    Dubai, a Gulf country facing Iran, is an important component of this coalition. It is an ally of Israel, much like Egypt and Jordan. And here comes the same Israeli government and embarrasses it, humiliates it, arousing among the Arab masses the suspicion that Dubai is collaborating with the Mossad.

    In the past we have embarrassed Norway, then we infuriated Jordan, now we humiliate Dubai. Is that wise? Ask Meir Dagan, who Netanyahu has just granted an almost unprecedented eighth year in office as chief of the Mossad.

  16. By way of deception, thou shalt do war”

    Israeli spy agency Mossad still unchallenged in the West

    By Paul J. Balles

    Redress, Al-Jazeerah,, March 29, 2010

    Paul J. Balles views the use of deception, disinformation and murder by the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad, and notes that “not a single establishment journalist nor Western intelligence agency has given enough credence” to former Mossad operative Victor Ostrovsky's revelations about the agency’s methods “to modify and correct the Mossad-planted line”.

    ”If journalists of the so-called free Western press ever took stock of Victor Ostrovsky's revelations, they've neatly swept them under the carpet. The hoax, the disinformation and deception created by Israel's Mossad, is finally crumbling like the Tower of Babel it reflects.”

    The British are again catching up with Israel's trickery. The BBC announced on 23 March that an Israeli diplomat had been expelled from the UK.

    That action resulted from Israel's involvement in forged British passports related to the assassination in January of Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai.

    Ironically, David Miliband, the British foreign secretary, expressed less concern about the criminal assassination than the forgery of British passports. Is the BBC also more focused on passport forgeries than assassinations?

    The BBC reported” "It is not the first time British passports have been misused by Israel. In 1987 the country was caught forging UK passports for an intelligence operation, and Israel promised it would not do it again."

    In this latest perfidy, forged passports from France, Ireland, Germany and Australia were also used in the operation. Dubai officials said they were "99 per cent certain" that agents from Mossad were behind the killing.

    Author of more than 62 books, Professor James Petras comments: "The Mossad openly stated that Mabhouh was a high priority target who had survived three previous assassination attempts. Israel did not even bother to deny the murder."
    "How many of the reports coming out of the great Western democracies, where freedom of the press presumably remains sacrosanct, have even vaguely alluded to Mossad's role as a key provocateur in American or British attitudes and actions?"

  17. Mossad's motto, "By way of deception, thou shalt do war," has been accepted and approved by the Israeli government. Ostrovsky, rejecting an offer to be trained for the assassin's squad, became a case officer. He retired because of the agency's activities that he exposed.

    If journalists of the so-called free Western press ever took stock of Victor Ostrovsky's revelations, they've neatly swept them under the carpet. The hoax, the disinformation and deception created by Israel's Mossad, is finally crumbling like the Tower of Babel it reflects.

    Perhaps the exposure of the assassination in Dubai will force enough governments and media mavens to bring the use of Mossad's disinformation campaigns and extra-judicial assassinations on behalf of Israel to a halt.
    Paul J. Balles is a retired American university professor and freelance writer who has lived in the Middle East for many years. For more information, see

  18. There's reason for concern about Israel getting away with such operations. Petras notes: "The unfettered operation of foreign state-sponsored death squads, carrying out extra-judicial assassinations with impunity, is a serious threat to every critic, writer, political leader and civic activist who dares to criticize Israel."

    The concern extends to ordinary travellers. "Thanks to Israel’s use of British passports to enter Dubai and murder an adversary, every British businessperson or tourist travelling in the Middle East will be suspected of links to Israeli death squads," writes Petras.

    We forget that Israel was/is the major beneficiary of 9/11. How did Israel benefit? Mossad, Israel's intelligence agency, believed that Iraq could have weapons of mass destruction; and Israel wanted Iraq neutralized before it had a chance to use WMDs against Israel.

    Mossad has been getting away with intelligence crimes for years. Considered a traitor by Israel for exposing the clandestine activities of Mossad, Victor Ostrovsky authored several books and numerous articles detailing Mossad's misconduct. These include By Way of Deception (St Martin's Press, 1990) and The Other Side of Deception (Harper Collins, 1994).

    Ostrovsky's exposure has been available to journalists and investigative reporters since 1990, yet not a single establishment journalist nor Western intelligence agency has given enough credence to Ostrovsky's revelations to modify and correct the Mossad-planted line.

    How many of the reports coming out of the great Western democracies, where freedom of the press presumably remains sacrosanct, have even vaguely alluded to Mossad's role as a key provocateur in American or British attitudes and actions?

    I previously compared Mossad's activities with Homer’s story of the Trojan War, when the Greeks created a clever plan to get into the city of Troy with the infamous Trojan Horse. Describing how Mossad used Trojans, Ostrovsky revealed how Mossad used deception to gather intelligence and conduct assassinations.

  19. Now we know why Isrealis love/hate the Iranians..

    Iranian developers defy huge odds to create acclaimed computer game
    By Thomas Erdbrink
    Washington Post Foreign Service
    Sunday, March 21, 2010

    It might not seem that remarkable for a ragtag group of friends to come up with a computer game in a dusty back office.

    But the Iranian engineering students, programmers and fantasy animators who created "Garshasp, the Monster Slayer" have not only impressed foreign companies with their product. They have also proved that young Iranians can carve out opportunities for themselves against a backdrop of international sanctions, domestic deterrents and anti-government demonstrations.

    Hold Me Back!
    by Uri Avnery, April 05, 2010

    The day before yesterday a correspondent of Israel’s popular Channel 2 called me and asked, in a shocked voice: "Is it true that you have given an interview to the Iranian news agency?"

    "That’s true," I told her. The agency mailed me some questions about the political situation, and I answered.

    "Why did you do this?" she asked/accused.

    "Why not?" I replied. That was the end of the conversation.

    And indeed, why not? True, Ahmadinejad is a repulsive leader. I hope that the Iranians will get rid of him, and assume that this will happen sooner or later. But our relations with Iran do not depend on one single person, whoever he may be. They go back to ancient times and were always friendly – from the time of Cyrus until the time of Khomeini (whom we provided with arms to fight the Iraqis).

    In Israel, the portrayal of Iran nowadays is a caricature: a primitive, crazy country, with nothing on its mind but the destruction of the Zionist state. But it suffices to read a few good books about Iran (I would recommend William Polk’s Understanding Iran) which describe one of the oldest civilized countries in the world, which has given birth to several great empires and made a remarkable contribution to human culture. It has an old and proud tradition. Some scholars believe that the Jewish religion was profoundly influenced by the ethical teachings of Zoroaster (Zarathustra).

  20. oh boy oh boy oh boy..sharif uni of tech is one of the best in the world..

    Seelcted Comments
    docfaustus111: "Wow, this is really impressive...some of my best friends are Iranian and they are all so intelligent. Most Iranians are just very clever, esp in the fields of IT and medicine, so it's not surprising that this college ranks with top brass! Keep up the good work"
    6 months ago

    Stanford-Sharif: Decades of Mutual Contributions - Part 1 - Introduction By Dr. Jalil Kamali


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