Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Ubah nasib


Sepanjang berada di wad bersalin di tempat kerja, saya sentiasa mengajukan soalan kepada teman-teman sekerja di hospital,

"Di mana korang mengundi tahun ni?"

Malangnya daripada 90% sahabat-sahabat saya mempunyai jawapan yang sama dan senada

"Malaslah nak mengundi. Macam lah ada faedah."
"Aku tak daftar pun. Macam manalah nak mengundi?"
"Politik-politik ni, aku tak layan sangat. Aku bukan minat pun."

Mereka ini semuanya golongan terpelajar. Graduan-graduan perubatan dari sekolah-sekolah perubatan yang ternama, baik di dalam mahupun luar negara. Aneh sekali, mentaliti mereka kebanyakannya hanya kelas tiga(paling bagus pun kelas kedua).

Saban tahun kita mengeluh kerana bermacam-macam isu yang melingkari kehidupan kita. Masalah jenayah yang langsung tak terkawal, masalah kos sara hidup yang terlalu tinggi, masalah perkauman, masalah tol yang tak pernah turun-turun tarifnya dan seribu satu masalah lagi. Kita hanya pandai mengeluh dan membebel sambil menyalahkan pihak itu dan ini termasuklah kerajaan.

Kenapa kita hanya pandai bercakap?Bukankah kita berkuasa mengubahnya? 5 tahun, hanya dalam tempoh 5 tahun sekali kita berpeluang untuk menentukan masa depan kita dan anak-anak kita. Kuasa mengundi yang diberikan, jangan sekali-kali dipersiakan.

Memang ramai yang memberi alasan, BN pasti akan menang. Kalau ramai yang mengundi pembangkang sekalipun, penipuan dan penyelewangan pasti akan berlaku. Jangan sesekali patah hati atau semangat. Yang penting kita langsungkan kewajipan kita. Kewajipan memilih pemimpin yang adil lagi mulia. Yang memerintah dengan wahyu dan bukan dengan akal serta hawa nafsu semata-mata. Ingatlah bait yang dilakar oleh Imam Ibrahim Laqani al-Maliki dalam matan aqidah yang masyhur, Jawhar at-Tauhid;


And wajiblah memilih imam yang 'adil, (yang memerintah) dengan Syariat, bukan dengan akal semata-mata

Kita semua pasti boleh melakukan perubahan. Biar pun dengan satu undi, undi inilah penentu segalanya. Ayuh, semua!!!

(Gambar sekadar hiasan di atas sekali ialah teman sekolah saya dahulu di MCKK. Jangan dilihat dan ditenung sahaja! Sila click di bawah)

4 comments:

Jerry said...

Syafiq!!! Setelah puas aku berlegar2 di dunia siber ni, mencari2 di mana ko...akhirnya Allah jumpakan aku dgn blog ko nih...Puji bagi Allah...bila balik m'sia? nak sangat jumpa ko. Ohh...satu lagi, pasal nak donate kat budu tu, aku klik tak kuar pun..kuar gambar jer...Ok, may Allah made easy for you...

nizam said...

BN still want to be in the power to shut up ACA and police mouths, force them to end any investigations into corruptions reports!!!!!

bring down BN to bring the corrupted leaders to the court of justice!!!

from http://utterance-monolog.blogspot.com/2008/02/ge-11.html

1. Parliamentary seats 219 parliamentary seats are contested in 2004. BN contested in all 219 seats. PAS= 86. DAP= 44. PKR= 59.The official “opposition” parties’ (PAS, DAP, PKR) seats is 189 only which reflected 86.3% of the total parliamentary seats up for grabs.

Why do not they put candidates in all 219 seats; higher possibility of securing more seats rather than just contesting in 189 seats (in fact, they managed to get 19 victories).

PAS won 12 seats. DAP= 12. PKR= 1.

17 seats won by BN candidates uncontested just like that; as a result of not putting opposition front in those seats.

Do put candidates in all 219 seats. Higher chance.

5. Do focus on sabah, Sarawak. BN candidates in Sarawak= 28 (max). Opposition= 7 only. Sabah, BN= 25 (max). Opposition= 12 only.

6. If want to make change in Malaysia policies, do concentrate more on parliamentary seats than state seats. Channels outstanding candidates to parliamentary seats. At least focus more on state seats for Kelantan, and if they can, for other states too.

7. BN quite clever. All state seats= 567. BN put 505 persons only (short 62 from max). PAS= 265. DAP= 104. PK4= 121. Independent= 86. But BN have all 219 candidates for 219 parliamentary seats

8. Do avoid triangle contest; BN-opposition-independent. There are 31 independent candidates for parliamentary seats. Cannot ke opposition (in the parliament; DAP, PKR, PAS, independent) for the sake of winning more seats in parliament befriend the independent persons and allow the battle between independent and BN only? (very hard in difference of missions though but convince the independent people that they are going to be in opposition bench if got elected).

With triangle contest, BN will surely snap away the votes easily, perhaps. If DAP, PKR, PAS, independent joint venture, they have 220 seats in parliamentary election.

quite brilliant tactic by BN; contesting in all parliamentary seats but not for all state seats that is to say they focus on malaysia government policies making.

they know they can still control a state although they do not win it.

here is the excerpt from che det interview=

Q: In the recent state assemly sitting in Kelantan Datuk Mustafa Mohamad admitted he asked you to stop developing Kelantan when PAS took over Government…

Dr M : Well not only Mustafa but all the rest of Umno felt you should not develop Kelantan because if you do they will tell people…”Look even if you don’t vote for BN you will still get development, so why bother to vote for BN?” - that’s what PAS will say and that has always been a problem with PAS even in my constituency. If a village is supportive of PAS and i were to give a bridge or whatever PAS will tell people “Look you don’t have to support the Government so support us.” Because of that we had to hold back.
{ref= http://minaq-jinggo.fotopages.com/?&page=1}

i always hear the opposition parties want to deny the 2/3 majority in the parliament. but, what are their strategies except than good manifesto? what about the technical stuff? they say 'if we are given mandate by the citizen to govern the country,we will....' but in reality they contested in 189 parliamentary seats (yeah, higher than 2/3 but are they considering the math;degree of possibility)

Tawel Sensei said...

Syafiq, selamat mengundi! Aku kecewa tak dapat nak undi. Tapi sedih jugaklah bila kau cerita ramai member kau yang tak nak mengundi.

PS: Kekadang aku ternanti-nanti juga kot-kot kau pun akan bertanding di PRU satu hari nanti.

nizam said...

congratz!!!

Now, governs the 5 states successfully. Show the rakyat that you can govern states and then Malaysia nation especially in economy, safety, justice, education, state administration, transparency and many more.

if you excel in the five states, you can convince the rakyat to choose you as a ruling party at federal level; the same manifesto or strength of BN.

in your future manifesto, pay attention to investor/ corporate sectors. Draft the manifestos as if you are going to become the Malaysia ruling party. Alike BN, play with statistics and numbers; say 10 million for education, say millions for safety etc. opposition should have shadow cabinet line-up to prepare these manifesto.

Now, concentrate on Sabah and Sarawak parliamentary and state seats. pkr (or the opposition front) must show that it is a party for all races and ethnics ie bajau, kadazan, dusun etc. most of them vote BN because their mentality (i might be wrong) is BN brings development. if you can develop the 5 states, they can open their eyes and vote opposition in next general election.

Pas, pkr, dap etc must groom leaders or candidates for the 13th general election. Pick candidates with strong education background so that people have faith in them able to govern states (or Malaysia). Starting from today, these candidates must turun padang to list down all the problem faces by rakyat and tackled the problems; win their heart and show them that you do works. if the candidates don't have enough time and energy, seek help from opposition supporters or appoint assistances as many as you need.BN won uncontested in 11 parliamentary seats meaning opposition lacks 11 leaders/ candidates.

Starting today until the next GE, keep record of mismanagements, corruptions (power and money), wrongdoings of BN for your campaigning points.

Most of the main media in Malaysia are controlled by the ruling party. opposition candidates must use alternative medium such as internet or blogs to convey their messages, counter the ruling party allegations, reveals corruptions by BN etc. if the candidates are busy, ask the party supporters to run the blog; maybe can elect media committee. The opposition have won five states and KL; make as many press conference as you can to address your developments, progress etc. each states have its own radio station; use these opportunity to deliver the messages.

Work very hard during this 4 or 5 years!!

If not, rakyat will vote for BN in the next election

if selangor can beat pahang or sabah or sarawak in economy, safety, education etc performances, the sabahan and the sarawakian and pahang people might choose the opposition in 13th GE.

The opposition must pick an outstanding state as a benchmark while governing the 5 states. If say pahang attracted 10 foreign investors, the five states must have more than 10 investors. If sabah crime rate is 10 %( let say it is a state with lowest crime rate), the opposition must have lower than 10% of crime rate. The examples are endless.