28 February 2012

Kurt Westergaard on fire!! meet hell before hell...live in hell suCker

Igt lg mamat jahanam neh?? hahahaaaa....seketat2 sekuriti yg ko upah, seramai mana pn yg jaga ko, mati tbakar gak ko...lukis lg kartun yg bkn2...haaaaa, mendapat api neraka yg terpercik kt bilik ko..hahaaaa..eksen lg...korg sambung laa baca dr zimbio..

IN an investigative report, an Arabic newspaper, published from Saudi Arabia, has claimed that Kurt Westergaard, Danish cartoonist, has died in a fire incident.

The Danish authorities are trying their best to hide his death, who have found no clue about how the fire broke out and why only the room in which blasphemer Kurt was staying had been damaged. The initial investigation shows that the cartoonist, who committed blasphemy by drawing objectionable caricatures of Prophet (Peace be Upon Him), was provided complete security, as he had received many threats from across the globe after the Muslims had been enraged due to the repeated publication of the caricatures in the European press.

In February 2008, three Arab nationals were arrested for their alleged involvement in plotting the death of Kurt. A Somali man had also tried to stab him to death but the policemen deputed at his house saved him miraculously.
It is worth recalling that the blasphemous cartoons first appeared in Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
The investigative report says the incident took place some days back in which Westergaard was burnt seriously and died on the spot, but the international media is completely silent about it. The report further claims that some eyewitnesses are also available to testify the happenings. The Danish authorities have so far been unable to find any hint about the cause of fire, as they had started investigations while keeping in mind some external conspiracy to kill the blasphemer.

According to the BBC, a total of twelve persons were involved in the blasphemous act, but all of them, except Kurt, had opted to go underground to escape the public wrath after the Muslims around the world had participated in protest rallies which were attended by millions of people. People in Pakistan had also joined their brethren like those in Indonesia, Bangladesh, India and many Arab countries to register protest against the conspiracy to malign Muslims and their religion. In Lahore and Peshawar, the demonstrators had turned violent and around six persons were killed during the course, while property worth million of rupees was reduced to ashes.

But instead of expressing any remorse, Westergaard went public on many occasions saying he had no regret for committing such a shameful act.

The Saudi newspaper says the death of Kurt shows how powerful Allah Almighty is, as despite the foolproof security arrangements, none was able to save him from his tragic end.
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27 February 2012

Ape kes erykah tua neh!? ptuuuihh

Gmbr yg menyentuh aspek agama??! Memang laa..persoalan 1. Apahal la korg panggil minah ni buat show kt M'sia. 2. kalo nk tulis artikel pn, crk la gmbr laen..tatuuuu tuuuu...x cukup besar ke utk org2 paper ni nmpk? dr photographer, ke penulis ke editor...ish ... ish ... ish ...kalo ye pun korg ni up to date sgt pasal trend music or what so ever, jgn la mcm neh skali...

sian .. sian .. sian .... apa la nk jd dunia skang neh..siap support lg artis mcm neh??? hurrmmmmm.....

22 February 2012

Cuepacs tuntut naik gaji RM700-RM2,500 bagi gred 1-54

Kesatuan Pekerja-Pekerja Dalam Perkhidmatan Awam (Cuepacs) menuntut kerajaan memberi kenaikan gaji antara RM700 hingga RM2,500 untuk Gred 1 hingga Gred 54.      Presidennya Datuk Omar Osman berkata kenaikan itu perlu dilaksanakan terlebih dahulu menerusi skim sedia ada iaitu Skim Saraan Malaysia (SSM) sebelum sebarang pembaharuan dibuat menerusi Skim Saraan Baru Perkhidmatan Awam (SBPA).      Beliau berkata tuntutan yang dikemukakan ialah untuk Gred 1 hingga 16 kenaikan sebanyak RM700, Gred 17 hingga Gred 26 (RM1,000), Gred 27 hingga Gred 40 (RM1,500), Gred 41 hingga Gred 48 (RM1,800) dan Gred 52 hingga Gred 54 (RM2,500).      "Misalnya bagi mereka yang berada di Gred 17, gaji semasa dalam SSM ialah RM820 perlu dinaikkan sebanyak RM1,000 kepada RM1,800," katanya kepada pemberita selepas membentangkan kertas cadangan Cuepacs di mesyuarat pasukan petugas semakan semula SBPA di Putrajaya hari ini.      Omar turut mencadangkan agar mereka yang berada di tangga gaji tahap maksimum atau pada tangga gaji mati perlu dibayar tunggakan kenaikan tahunan selama mana mereka tidak menikmati sebarang kenaikan selain perlu dinaikkan gred. "Misalnya bagi mereka yang sudah terhenti kenaikan gaji sejak lima tahun lepas, sekiranya kenaikan setahun mereka ialah RM100 jadi perlu dibayar tunggakan sebanyak RM500," katanya.      Selain itu, Cuepacs turut menuntut mereka yang lulus Penilaian Tahap Kecekapan pada Aras 4 sebelum Disember 2011 perlu diberi kenaikan gaji. "Banyak aduan yang diterima apabila SBPA diperkenalkan mereka yang sudah lulus Aras 4 tidak diberi kenaikan gaji.      "Ini tidak adil kerana bukan mudah untuk mendapat lulus Aras 4, terpaksa berkorban baca buku siang malam tapi bila dah lulus tidak dinaikkan gaji, sia-sia sahajalah usaha mereka," katanya.      Omar berkata tuntutan Cuepacs itu dirasakan sesuai memandangkan mereka yang di kedudukan atas daripada Gred 54 telahpun menikmati kenaikan tinggi dalam SBPA.      "Kalau betul kerajaan berhasrat untuk merapatkan jurang antara pegawai rendah dengan atasan maka tuntutan itu adalah dirasakan wajar, apa yang Cuepacs lakukan ialah untuk menuntut kesaksamaan," katanya.      Beliau berkata terpulang kepada pasukan petugas SBPA untuk menilainya dan jika merasakan tuntutan itu melibatkan kos yang tinggi, Cuepacs mencadangkan gaji kumpulan yang menikmati kenaikan tinggi dalam SBPA dikurangkan dan disalurkan kepada gred bawahan.      "Jika tidak boleh juga...apa yang terkandung dalam SPBA sekarang perlu ditukar keseluruhannya dan digantikan dengan terma-terma yang baru," katanya.      - Bernama, credit to: malaysiakini.com

12 February 2012

Whitney Houston 1963-2012..

  LOS ANGELES - Whitney Houston, who ruled as pop music's queen until her majestic voice and regal image were ravaged by drug use, erratic behavior and a tumultuous marriage to singer Bobby Brown, died Saturday. She was 48.

Beverly Hills police Lt. Mark Rosen told KABC-TV that Houston was pronounced dead at 3:55 p.m. in her room on the fourth floor of the Beverly Hilton. Her body remained in the hotel and Beverly Hills detectives were investigating.
Houston's publicist, Kristen Foster, said Saturday that the cause of her death was unknown.

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Whitney Houston 1963-2012

Houston's death came on the eve of music's biggest night -- the Grammy Awards. It's a showcase where she once reigned, and her death was sure to cast a heavy pall on Sunday's ceremony.
Her longtime mentor Clive Davis was to hold his annual concert and dinner Saturday, and a representative of the show said it would proceed.
Houston was supposed to appear at the gala, and Davis had told The Associated Press that she would perhaps perform: "It's her favorite night of the year ... (so) who knows by the end of the evening," he said.
Houston had been at rehearsals for the show Thursday, coaching singers Brandy and Monica, according to a person who was at the event but was not authorized to speak publicly about it. The person said Houston looked disheveled, was sweating profusely and liquor and cigarettes could be smelled on her breath.
Two days ago, she performed at a pre-Grammy party with singer Kelly Price.
Rosen said police received a 911 call from hotel security about Houston at 3:43 p.m. Saturday, and paramedics were already at the hotel because of a Grammy party. Paramedics unsuccessfully tried to resuscitate the singer, the lieutenant said.
The Rev. Al Sharpton said he would call for a national prayer Sunday morning during a service at Second Baptist Church in Los Angeles.
"The morning of the Grammys, the world should pause and pray for the memory of a gifted songbird," Sharpton said in a written statement.
At her peak, Houston was the golden girl of the music industry. From the middle 1980s to the late 1990s, she was one of the world's best-selling artists. She wowed audiences with effortless, powerful, and peerless vocals that were rooted in the black church but made palatable to the masses with a pop sheen.
Her success carried her beyond music to movies, where she starred in hits like "The Bodyguard" and "Waiting to Exhale."
She had the perfect voice and the perfect image: a gorgeous singer who had sex appeal but was never overtly sexual, who maintained perfect poise.
She influenced a generation of younger singers, from Christina Aguilera to Mariah Carey, who when she first came out sounded so much like Houston that many thought it was Houston.
But by the end of her career, Houston became a stunning cautionary tale of the toll of drug use. Her album sales plummeted and the hits stopped coming; her once serene image was shattered by a wild demeanor and bizarre public appearances. She confessed to abusing cocaine, marijuana and pills, and her once pristine voice became raspy and hoarse, unable to hit the high notes as she had during her prime.
"The biggest devil is me. I'm either my best friend or my worst enemy," Houston told ABC's Diane Sawyer in an infamous 2002 interview with then-husband Brown by her side.
It was a tragic fall for a superstar who was one of the top-selling artists in pop music history, with more than 55 million records sold in the United States alone.