Kerajaan tarik subsidi dari rakyat kerana mahu melangsaikan hutang tertunggak dari 1MDB
Lebih baik berusaha menyalakan lilin dari menyumpah kepada kegelapan.Pepatah pernah berbunyi: Jika hendak merosakkan tanaman "racunlah akarnya. "Jika hendak merosakkan "bangsa", racunilah "Sejarah" mereka... Dalam Musnad Imam al-Rubai’ diriwayatkan hadith berikut; لَعَنَ اللَّهُ الْمُسَلَّطَ عَلَى أُمَّتِي بِالْجَبَرُوتِ، وَالْمُسْتَأْثِرَ بِفَيْئِهَا “Allah melaknat orang yang memerintah umatku dengan zalim dan mengaut harta fai’ nya (harta milik awam) untuk kepentingan dirinya.” Imam al-Ghazali dalam kitabnya Ihya Ulumuddin pernah memberikan nasihat tentang cara berinteraksi dengan pemimpin yang zalim iaitu (mafhumnya), “Jangan bergaul dengan para pemimpin dan pembesar yang zalim, bahkan jangan menemuinya. Berjumpa dan bergaul dengan mereka hanya membawa petaka. Tetapi sekiranya kamu bertemu dengan mereka, jangan memuji-muji mereka (tetapi nasihatilah kepada kebaikan), kerana Allah sangat murka ketika orang fasik dan zalim dipuji. Dan barangsiapa mendoakan mereka panjang umur, maka sesungguhnya dia suka agar Allah diderhakai di muka bumi.”
Thursday, 5 April 2012
Anwar kantoi bohong lagi pasal Turkey?
Pembohongan terbaru Anwar Ibrahim dalam portal Keadilandaily.
MyMassa ingat nak bongkar pembohongan Anwar esok hari tapi tangan ni gatal nak menaip. Tak boleh tahan tengok si celaka ni terus menerus membohongi penyokongnya yang takde otak. Ini zaman IT la penyokong PKR, takkan tak boleh check sendiri kenyataan Anwar.
Bila MyMassa baca berita di atas, terus MyMassa cari fakta sebenar, BENARKAH TURKI MEMBERIKAN PENDIDIKAN PERCUMA DARI SEKOLAH RENDAH SAMPAI UNIVERSITI?
Ini fakta yang MyMassa jumpa.
Turkish students' detentions in protests draw criticism
ISTANBUL- Hürriyet Daily News | 10/6/2011 12:00:00 AM |
An NGO report reveals that 500 students are currently under arrest in Turkey, with 89 under arrest in Istanbul. Many students have been arrested for demanding free education during protests, the report says
University students have the democratic right to demand a free education but are being silenced by a politicized judiciary that has invoked anti-terror laws against them, the Progressive Lawyers Association (ÇHD) said yesterday in a press statement, adding that some 500 students are currently under arrest in Turkey, with 87 students under arrest in Istanbul alone.
“Students’ demands [pertaining to] free education, tuition fees [and] mass education are also included within the scope of the freedom of expression,” said lawyer Güçlü Sevimli, the ÇHD’s Istanbul branch secretary.
Many students have been arrested for demanding free education during demonstrations, according to the report.
“Due to the fact that the state has not been able to obtain any results regarding students who wage a struggle seeking their rights through the 2911th law [which provides the right to] assemble and demonstrate, the Turkish Penal Code’s articles that regulate organized crime are [being invoked,]” he said.
The legitimacy and the prosecution methods of specially authorized courts have come under question, Sevimli said, adding that trying students in these courts and holding them for prolonged periods of time caused them to lose contact with their schools.
Turkish students face 15 years in prison for demanding free education
March 10, 2012 - 13:27 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - A newly appointed prosecutor in an ongoing trial has requested between 7.5 to 15 years in prison on terrorism-related charges for three university students who unfurled a banner demanding free education in 2010, Hurriyet Daily News reported.
The previous prosecutor Kasım İlimoğlu had requested the students’ acquittal, arguing their act was constitutional and fell within the limits of the freedom of expression.
Prosecutor Adem Özcan who replaced him following his appointment to the case, however, demanded on March 9 that the students, Ferhat Tüzer, Berna Yılmaz and Utku Aykar, be sentenced on charges of membership of a terrorist organization. Ferhat Tüzer, a mechanical engineering student at Trakya University, Berna Yılmaz, an anthropology student at Ankara University and the other suspect Utku Aykar opened a banner demanding free education during Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s meeting with the Roma community on March, 2010. Tüzer and Yılmaz were subsequently arrested but later released after remaining behind bars for 18 months, while Aykar was tried withour arrest.
Kalau benar Erdogan bagi pendidikan percuma, kenapa Mahasiswa ni kena tahan dalam penjara sebegini lama? 7.5 hingga 15 tahun.
MyMassa rasa Kerajaan Malaysia tak sekejam Kerajaan Turki yang Anwar banggakan. Anwar yang dulu perusuh masa Universiti pun kena tahan ISA tak sampai 5 tahun. Elok geng Adam Adli, Safwan Anang ni dihantar ke Turki pergi merusuh kat sana. Kalau kena tahan sampai 15 tahun, baru diorang tahu mana lagi kejam. Malaysia atau Turki yang Anwar selalu bangga-banggakan.
Anwar memang pandai berpidato. Tetapi dia tak pandai untuk bercakap jujur. Hakikatnya Turki ada hasil minyak, bukan takde langsung seperti ceramah Anwar.
MyMassa dapat maklumat terbaru bahawa Turki sebenarnya negara yang mengeluarkan minyak. Walaupun tak banyak, ternyata Anwar Ibrahim memang pembohong.
Sumber maklumat ini dikirimkan oleh pembaca MyMassa. Terima kasih kepada pengirim maklumat ini.
Turkey is playing an increasingly important role in the transit of oil and gas supplies from Russia, the Caspian region, and the Middle East routed westward toEurope. Turkey has been a major transit point for seaborne traded oil and is becoming more important for pipeline-traded oil and natural gas, with significant volumes transported to westward to Europe. Growing volumes of Russian and Caspian oil are being sent by tanker via the Bosporus Straits to Western markets while a terminal on Turkey's Mediterranean coast at Ceyhan allows the country to export oil from northern Iraq and Azerbaijan.
As of January 1, 2011, the Oil & Gas Journal estimated Turkey's proved oil reserves at 270 million barrels, located mostly in the south-east region. Turkey's oil production peaked in 1991 at 85 thousand bbl/d, but then declined each year and bottoming out in 2006 at 44 thousand bbl/d. Turkey's oil production has seen a slight increase since then, reaching nearly 53 thousand bbl/d in 2009.
Turkey relies heavily on foreign sources of oil and imports nearly 90 percent of oil, with domestic supplies accounting for the remaining 10 percent.
Exploration and Production
Most of Turkey's 270 million barrels of oil reserves are located in the Hakkari Basin (which is also where most of Turkey's oil production occurs), with additional deposits found in Thrace in the northwest. There also may be significant reserves under the Aegean Sea, however this has not been confirmed as a result of the ongoing territorial dispute with Greece. Turkish Petroleum Company (TPAO) has increased its exploration activities in the Black Sea, which according to the company could hold 10 billion barrels of oil. A number of foreign companies are involved in the exploration of the Black Sea in joint ventures with TPAO, including ExxonMobil and Chevron. ExxonMobil is planning to begin drilling its first exploration well in the Turkish sector of the Black Sea in the first half of 2011. Chevron, which has announced a substantial increase in its exploration budget for 2011, will serve as operator for any future wells that are drilled in Block 3921 (third from the right in the map below).
Consumption and Imports
Concurrent with its economic expansion, Turkey's oil consumption grew for most of the last decade, peaking at 690 thousand bbl/d in 2007, far exceeding the domestic supply. Since then Turkey's consumption has decreased somewhat as a result of the global (and Turkish) economic downturn. In 2009, Turkey's consumption totaled 580 thousand bbl/d, the lowest level since 1994.
In 2009, Turkey imported about 90 percent of its total consumption. The majority of Turkey's oil imports originate in Russia, which became the country's top supplier in 2007, surpassing Iran for the first time. Additional oil imports originated in Saudi Arabia, Libya, Iraq, and Syria.