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Tuesday, 27 December 2011

DAP 'plan' mahu pisahkan Pulau Pinang dari Malaysia.

Grand design untuk memisahkan Pulau Pinang seperti mana berlakunya kepada Singapura sedang dalam proses pembikinan. DAP sanggup untuk melakukan apa saja demi mencapai hasrat agar dapat kembali bersatu bersama PAP.
Sudah ada ura ura untuk memisahkan Pulau Pinang daripada kerajaan pusat semata mata kerana isu perbalahan Ketua Menteri dan SDO Nik Ali. Dalam perbincangan sulit mereka ada yang membincangkan tentang pemisahan negeri dari kerajaan Pusat dan mengkaji dalam bentuk apakah Singapura boleh membantu Pulau Pinang jika mereka berjaya mendapat autonomi.

Usaha mereka kearah itu sudah di rancang sejak begitu lama, mereka tidak berani membuat kenyataan secara terbuka, tindakan dan segala perancangan terlalu banyak yang tersirat hinggakan rakyat gagal melihat perancangan mereka.



 Sumber tulisan dari Malaysiakini ini telah di buang seperti yang terdapat dalam gambar dibawah:




 Tapi gua dapat cari semula tulisan asalnya, mari baca pendedahan dibawah ini.


 


 Source link direct: http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/138933

Dap Wants Autonomy For Penang

Autonomy for Penang in national interest
http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/138933

The recent spat between the Penang chief minister and the State Development officer brought to light an issue that most people think about but dare not suggest: autonomy for Penang.
Always the bell wether state, Penang has all the ingredients of being an example of a new model of development in Malaysia.
The best way to make Penang a sustainable and liveable state is to grant its people more autonomy to determine the type of development they need and the freedom to aspire to better futures.

Penang has a higher per-capita income than the rest of Malaysia and contributes about 30 percent of the total value of exports fromMalaysia.
Lacking in natural resources, Penang has been reliant on its people and foreign direct investments to modernise. But a national policy intent on 'spreading'wealth across the board has resulted in the artificial stunting of places like Penang.

Different model
Whilst wealth is concentrated in the Klang valley with KL as the biggest beneficiary, it is now time to look to a different model of wealth creation - one that does not take away from centres of growth but instead builds them up.
Like Kuala Lumpur and now, the Iskandar region in Johor, Penang needs to be given the opportunity to decide what type of development is suited to it.

Currently, there is so much politicking over such a small physical space with three to four layers of bureaucracy that Penang has not been able to achieve its full potential.
Like the Basque region in northern Spain, which recently saw a great rejuvenation, Penang can be declared an autonomous region with its state government allowed to collect taxes, manage its own finances and carry out its own development policies.
Uncontrolled development

There are two examples why the current system does not work for Penang. The first involves uncontrolled development in the state where development does not follow the existing requirements and limitations imposed bythe Structure Plan and Local Plan.
It is only natural that developers would want to maximise profits from their small plots of land. But uncontrolled development has led to very high densities in places like Batu Ferringhi and Tanjong Bungah, with scant regard to the carrying capacity of the one road that serves thearea.

The second example involves swift-breeding in Georgetown.Although the state government has come out quite clearly that swift-breeding is not suitable for heritage buldings and there have been incessant complaints by property-owners, there is still little action on the ground.
In both cases, the red-tape arising from federal, state and local governments make decision-making nearly impossible.

A certain type of high density development may be suitable for the Klang Valley, but not for Penang. Similarly, swift-breeding may be okay for some towns but not in Georgetown, which is a Unesco World Heritage Site.
In both instances, federal agencies have to be consulted and they have to make decisions that take into consideration the whole country. In short, the decisions are not only hard to make, but are also unnecessarily unimaginative.

There are fears that autonomy for places like Penang will lead to the eventual disintegration of the federation. The reality is that we are not so much a federation but a union, where state governments have very little autonomy to determine the type of development suited to local conditions.
Giving back to state governments their constitutional rights and the extra resources generated by its citizens will enable these growth centres to better contribute to the wider development of Malaysia.

Tthis is what they are planning for long time, first autonomy then they will ask for separation.first they took singapore away and now they want penang.we hope the government will investigate this dirty agenda of dap thoroughly.no wonder they are "cleaning" away some people out of penang lately.they are not given right to do business etc.dap is playing with fire now.we hope things are under control.




Salah satu bukti sepertimana yang disiarkan oleh malaysiakini sememangnya ada sentimen yang disemai kearah perpisahan Pulau Pinang
The recent spat between the Penang chief minister and the State Development officer brought to light an issue that most people think about but dare not suggest: autonomy for Penang.
Tanda tanda kearah itu cukup banyak,yang cukup jelas apabila Universiti Nanyang akan membuka cawangan di Balik Pulau, apa rasionalnya sebuah Universiti ultra kiasu yang hanya terletak di Selatan Semenanjung mahu dibina cawangannya di Pulau Pinang? Sudah tidak cukupkah kampus Universiti tempatan?

Pecah dan perintah adalah salah satu taktik yang sedang dijalankan seperti mana saranan Menteri Mentor Lim Kwan Yew kepada Guan Eng. Hal ini benar benar berlaku, apabila DAP melakukan rezoning pengundi.

Mana mana kawasan yang punyai pengundi Melayu yang ramai akan dipisahkan, malah pengundi cina akan dimasukkan kekawasan pengundi Melayu bagi mengurangkan peratusan, ini memudahkan mereka dijadikan sebagai pengundi penentu kepada kawasan melayu.

Contoh yang paling hampir adalah di kawasan Batu Maung, majoritinya pengundi kawasan ini adalah orang Melayu, namun sekarang ini perpindahan pengundi Cina amat drastik dan meningkat tinggi. Ini semata mata untuk dijadikan bargaining chip supaya pemimpim Melayu yang bertanding dikawasan itu untuk tunduk dan mengikut arahan mereka.
Guan Eng cukup gemar ke Singapura, setiap bulan 4-6 kali pasti akan terbang ke sana untuk bertemu dan berbincang dengan pemimpin PAP. Nampaknya semua yang dilakukan ada perakra sama yang dibuat Lee Kuan Yewe di Singapura pada tahun2 1960an dahulu.


Adakah anda mahu membiarkan perkara ini berlaku?


Remember the loss of pulau Batu Putih after singapure was given away.
Now they aim for Penang, later Perak, Selangor etc etc.
Soon they go for Sabah and Sarawak.
Be alert VERY alert.
The Malays in red dot have lost their VOICE. The rapid influx of chinese is a national agenda.
The call for economic advancement will be detrimental to the interests of the Malays. 
Once they "develop" the land, houses and parcels of land WILL be priced beyond the means of the ordinary Malays.

That is how they gain control of singapore - price everything way above the affordability of the Malaysia.

Dalam Persekutuan Malaysia dulu, S'jung, Singapore, Sabah dan Sarawak.. nie dikira sbg 4 entiti berbeza.. dan 4 entiti nie bersama2 bersekutu membentuk Malaysia. Lepas Singapore keluar, tinggal 3. So, skarang nih Sabah & Sarawak bukan saja sebuah negeri, tetapi sebuah entiti.

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