Saturday, August 27, 2011

Siapa Pemimpin PR Penang yang dah jadi Jutawan itu wahai Ghani?

Menurut Pengerusi Suara Anak-Anak Malaysia, Mohamed Ghani Abdul Jiman pemimpin UMNO mengambil masa lebih dari 50 tahun berkuasa untuk membolehkan mereka memiliki rumah yang mewah.

Tetapi ada Pemimpin Pakatan Rakyat mampu memiliki rumah yang mewah hanya setelah tiga tahun Pakatan Rakyat mengambil alih pemerintahan Pulau Pinang.

“Pemimpin UMNO memerlukan lebih 50 tahun untuk memiliki rumah sebegitu tetapi ada pemimpin sekarang yang hanya memerlukan satu penggal sahaja untuk menjadi jutawan, Saya ada bukti untuk menyokong tuduhan ini” kata Ghani..

Jika benar bagai dikata kemukakan saja bukti dan nyatakan saja siapakah pemimpin tersebut.. kerana dalam Pakatan Rakyat baik PKR, PAS mahupun DAP tidak diperlukan pemimpin begini.

Tidak diperlukan pemimpin yang kelihatan lebih rakus dari pemimpin UMNO sendiri dalam mencari harta untuk kepentingan peribadi.

Kami pendokong dan penyokong Pakatan Rakyat tidak akan mempertahankan pemimpin yang tamak begitu, kerana kebanyakkan pemimpin Pakatan Rakyat telah berkata mereka akan memperjuangkan dan membela nasib rakyat.

Mereka tidak berjuang untuk kepentingan peribadi tetapi demi rakyat… jadi jika benar ada yang membina kekayaan dengan menipu rakyat, Pakatan Rakyat bukan tempat untuk mereka tapi UMNO!

Ghani slams Pakatan’s ‘one-term millionaires’

GEORGE TOWN: Umno leaders, according to Suara Anak-Anak Malaysia chairman Mohamed Ghani Abdul Jiman, took more than 50 years in power to purchase lavish homes.

However, he said Pakatan Rakyat representatives were dwelling in luxury within three years of seizing control of Penang.

These representatives, he added, lived in double and triple-storey bungalows as well as posh townhouses.

“Umno politicians needed 50 over years to buy such houses but current elected representatives only needed one term to become millionaires. I have evidence to prove my allegations,” he said.

After a long hiatus, the firebrand Ghani led several pro-Umno NGOs to stage their outine post-Friday prayers anti-Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng protest outside Masjid Jamek some 50m from Komtar this afternoon.

Unlike the last riot-like street demonstration against the state government on July 1, this time the protest was a tame affair with about 10 people taking part.

Media representatives and police personnel at the scene outnumbered the protesters.

Despite the poor turnout, the protesters however did not lose their sting when attacking Lim and his administration.

‘Jump off the Penang bridge or Komtar’

The demolition of Malay and Mamak-owned eatery outlets on the island was the main issue of their protest.

“We wish Selamat Hari Raya to all victims of Lim’s brutal rule. The current state government only demolishes Malay and Indian shops, not Chinese shops.

“I am not a racist. I only want a government which is fair to all,” said Ghani, who is also the vice-chairman of the Coalition of Islamic NGOs Penang.

He urged Lim to step down if he could not return the items seized from the demolished outlets, including from his shop.

“If he can’t return my belongings, I will present him with a special gift soon,” warned Ghani, who also heads another unregistered NGO, Suara Anak-Anak Mamak Pulau Pinang.

The protesters displayed three anti-state government banners and chanted anti-Lim slogans, where the chief minister was condemned as a “communist, coward and ‘pondan’ (transvestite)”.

Shouting at the top of his voice, Ghani called on curious onlookers to reject Lim because “the Malaccan was not a Chinese but a communist.”

He called on Lim to quit and go back to Malacca immediately and repeated similar calls on the chief minister’s political secretary Ng Wei Aik, who is also the Komtar assemblyman.

Ghani also suggested that Lim jump down from either the Penang Bridge or the Komtar building to save Penang.

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