Friday, July 1, 2011

RE: [kl-bogel] FW: SHAMELESS SAMSENG REMPIT IN ACTION

Pak aji tu bg 20 ringgit kat gadis tu suruh beli suar dlm…

Pak aji bg 20sen jek kat janda tu sbb janda tu org BE END… miskin sampai x leh beli pisau cukur….

Betul tak Azih? Hehehehe….

 


From: kl-bogel@googlegroups.com [mailto:kl-bogel@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of catdog
Sent: Thursday, 30 June 2011 11:03 AM
To: kl-bogel@googlegroups.com
Subject: Re: [kl-bogel] FW: SHAMELESS SAMSENG REMPIT IN ACTION

 

oii pkr PAKAI SKIRT ARRR...

On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 3:45 PM, azih salleh <azih_inai@yahoo.com.my> wrote:

brooooooooooooo...xyah gadoh2 umno kew pas kew pkr ke same jew..!!     xpayah nak serabutkan kepala.  

 

mari ramai2 kita hibur hati hehe..

 

satu petang seorang pak aji jalan2 ronda  kampung.

tiba tiba dia ternampak sorang gadis sunti berumor lingkungan 13tahun diatas pokok rambutan dengan berbaju dan memakai kai batek. 

pak aji lalu dibawah pokok rambutan tersebut dan mendongak keatas.

selepas itu pak aji memangil turun gadis tersebut dan menghulur wang tunai 20 ringgit. dan berlalu.

 

secara kebetulan seorang janda berumor lingkungan 30an melihat pak aji bagi duit pada gadis tersebut.

lalu bertanya mengapa pak aji bagi duit kepada dia.

gadis sunti tu bagitau dia memanjat pokok rambutan dengan berkain batek tanpa memakai seluar dalam.

 

pada keesokan harinya janda tersebut melihat pak aji ronda di kawasan yang sama.

janda tersebut lalu naik memanjat pokok rambutan  berbaju dengan memakai kain batek tampa memakai seluar dalam.

pak aji pu lalu di bawah pokok rambutan tersebut dan mendongak keatas selepas itu memangil janda tu turun kebawah dan memberi duit 20 sen dan berlalu.

 

kisah benar ini berlaku dalam tahun 90an hehe..

 

soalanya..

MENGAPA PAK AJI BERI DUIT 20 RINGGIT PADA GADIS SUNTI TERSEBUT.

DAN

HANYA 20SEN KEPADA JANDA umo 30an tu.

 

bagi jwapan yg tepat

sape cepat dia dapat 

hadiah holiday 2hari 3malam di bali  hehe..tajaan kl-bogel.

 


From: shah <abiz98@gmail.com>
To: kl-bogel@googlegroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, 29 June 2011 1:11:42
Subject: Re: [kl-bogel] FW: SHAMELESS SAMSENG REMPIT IN ACTION


tk de puak umno...nk jelaskan..mmg samseng taik ayam...serupa mcm ketua dia....

On 28 June 2011 12:05, Hisham Bin Abdul Talib <hisham@soem.sharp-world.com> wrote:

 


Subject: SHAMELESS SAMSENG REMPIT IN ACTION

 

Pemuda Umno ancam bakar ibu pejabat PKR

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Regina Lee
Jun 28, 11
10:23am

 

Sekumpulan Pemuda Umno malam tadi berkumpul di ibu pejabat PKR di Petaling Jaya dan mengugut membakar bangunan seteru politik mereka itu.

Dalam demonstrasi yang diadakan dalam keadaan hingar bingar, kira-kira 300 orang menurut anggaran PKR datang dengan bermotosikal dan menuntut PKR agar menarik balik sokongan mereka ke atas perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0 yang dijadualkan pada 9 Julai.

Setiausha Agung PKR Saifuddin Nasution Ismail yang bekejar ke ibu pejabat parti setelah dimaklumkan oleh ahli-ahli parti berkata beliau tiba pada jam 11 malam semalam dan memantau dari jarak jauh.

"Macam mana saya tahu mereka ahli Umno? Pertama, mereka bawa bendera Umno dan mereka memakai baju T mejah yang tertulis Patriot,” katanya ketika dihubungi Malaysiakini.

“Saya juga nampak mereka (exco Pemuda Umno Lukman Adam dan bekas Wira PERKASA Arman Azha Abu Hanifah) mengetuai kumpulan itu,” katanya.Katanya, beberapa ahli PKR juga sempat merakamkan ucapan berap-api Lukman yang berbaur hasutan.

NONE"Sudah tentu, dia ada kata yang dia mahu bakar ibu pejbat kami. Dia boleh nafikan semua itu tetapi kami ada rakamannya,” kata Saifuddin.

Timbalan Ketua Penerangan AMK Rozan Azen Mat Rasip yang juga berada di lokasi ketika kejadian itu berkata Lukman secara terangan mengugut untuk membakar ibu pejabat PKR jika parti itu terus menyertai perhimpunan pada 9 Julai ini.

"Dia juga mengugut (Ketua Umum PKR Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim) dan (Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Pemandu BERSIH 2.0 Datuk) S Ambiga tentang perhimpunan itu," katanya sambil menambah kira-kira 50 ahli AMK memantau kejadian malam semalam itu.

Katanya, berdasarkan maklumat tang diperolehi dari blog pro-Umno, kumpulan Pemuda Umno itu berkumpul di dua lokasi. Pertama di sebuah stesen minyak di Shah Alam dan kedua di tol Batu Tiga, Lebuhraya Persekutuan sebelum menunju ke ibu pejabat PKR.

Rozan membuat laporan polis pada kira-kira jam 11.40 malam selepas kumpulan berkenaan bersurai.

Katanya, beliau juga menyaksikan kira-kira 20 anggota polis yang lengkap bersenjata dalam keadaan bersiap sedia tetapi mereka tidak melakukan sebarang tangkapan.

"Sebab itu kita juga tertanya-tanya,” katanya sambil meminta polis menyiasat kes itu.

Sementara itu, usaha Malaysiakini bagi menghubungi Lukman dan Arman masih belum berjaya.

Umno Youth threatens to torch PKR HQ

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Regina Lee
Jun 28, 11
10:12am

 

A group of Umno Youth members gathered in front of their arch nemesis PKR's headquarters in Petaling Jaya late last night in a noisy demonstration, threatening to burn down the building.

About 300 people, according to PKR estimates, had converged in motorcycles and demanded that PKR withdraws its support from the Bersih 2.0 march on July 9.

PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution Ismail, who rushed to the HQ after being alerted by party members, said that he arrived at about 11pm and observed the demonstration from a distance.

"How do I know they are Umno members? First of all, they were carrying Umno flags and they were wearing their red 'Patriot' T-shirts,” he told Malaysiakini when contacted.

“I could also see (Umno Youth exco Lukman Adam) and (former Perkasa Youth chief Arman Azha Abu Hanifah) leading the group."

Incendiary speeches on tape

Saifuddin also said that when he got there with several party members, they had recorded the fiery speeches made by Lukman to the Umno Youth crowd.

"He said that he wants to burn down the PKR HQ. He can deny it all he wants, but we have the recording," he said.

PKR Youth deputy information chief Rozan Azen Mat Rasip, who was also there, confirmed that Lukman had explicitly threatened to burn down the party headquarters if they were to continue participating in the July 9 rally.

"He also threatened (PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim) and (Bersih 2.0 steering committee chairperson) S Ambiga for supporting the rally," he said, adding that about 50 PKR Youth members were there to monitor the demonstration.

According to Rozan, the Umno Youth group converged in two locations - first at a petrol station in Shah Alam, second at the Batu Tiga toll on the Federal Highway - before making their way to the PKR HQ in Tropicana, based on information from pro-Umno blogs.

He lodged a police report at the Tropicana police station, just a few doors down the road from the HQ, at about 11.40pm almost immediately after the crowd had dispersed.

No arrests made

Rozan said that he saw about 20 heavily-armed police officers on stand-by at the protest although no arrest were made.

"That's why we're puzzled," he said, urging the police to investigate the case under criminal intimidation.

Meanwhile, Lukman and Arman were unreachable for comment.

Though Bersih 2.0 - which stands for the Coalition of Free and Fair Elections - claims to be a politically non-partisan group, PKR is expected to mobilise tens of thousands of its members from all around the country for the massive rally on July 9.

Calling for electoral reforms, Bersih 2.0 will also be handing over a petition to the Istana Negara detailing their demands before the next general elections.

However, Umno Youth said that they will be organising a counter-rally on the same day, calling it the 'Patriot' rally.

Movement chief Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar had previously said that their objective is to defy Bersih 2.0, as well as supporting engagement with the Election Commission.

Malay rights NGO Perkasa have also vowed to hold another counter-rally in the bid to stop the Bersih rally.

Umno Youth members protest Khairy death threat at PKR headquarters

By Shannon Teoh and Clara Chooi

June 28, 2011

PETALING JAYA, June 28 — Hundreds of Umno Youth members on motorcycles circled the PKR headquarters here late last night in a threatening manner ahead of the July 9 Bersih rally, ostensibly to protest a death threat against their leader Khairy Jamaluddin.

They arrived at the office block in Tropicana, just a few doors away from the Tropicana police station, claiming that a death threat sent to Khairy recently came from the opposition party, which denied the allegation.

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The group of Umno Youth members protesting outside the PKR headquarters last night.

Executive committee member Lokman Noor Adam claimed he led 600 Umno Youth members at 10.30 last night, blocking the street in front of the PKR headquarters as they chanted loudly in the night.

He said the gathering of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur Umno Youth members was to “send a clear message to PKR that we are not afraid and we are ready to meet them even earlier.”

The Umno Youth chief, who is currently overseas, had said he received the threat via text message on Sunday warning him to call off a counter rally against the Bersih march for electoral reform.

PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution told The Malaysian Insider that 300 Umno Youth members, mostly on motorcycles, had travelled from as far as Shah Alam but were not stopped by police despite waving Umno flags.

“They gave a speech outside, threatening that if the Bersih rally proceeds, they will harm Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim,” he said, referring to the Bersih chief and PKR de facto leader respectively.

“They also threatened to burn down our HQ,” the Machang MP said, adding that he had lodged a police report at the police station a few doors down.

However, Lokman told The Malaysian Insider that Umno Youth did not threaten PKR with violence.

“We gave strict orders not to touch their headquarters. We are not like them,” he said.

PAS has promised to bring in hundreds of thousands of supporters from across the country as Pakatan Rakyat (PR) gears up for a second such rally in recent years.

The first Bersih rally in 2007 saw up to 50,000 people take to the streets of Kuala Lumpur before they were dispersed by police armed with tear gas and water cannons.

The demonstration has been partly credited for Pakatan Rakyat’s record gains in Election 2008, where the opposition pact swept to power in five states and won 82 parliamentary seats.

However, counter rallies are being planned by both Perkasa and Umno Youth who have pledged to march despite the government insisting it will not issue any permits for gatherings in the city on July 9.

Umno Youth defends mob-like action against PKR

By Debra Chong

June 28, 2011

KUALA LUMPUR, June 28 — Federal Territory Umno Youth chief Rizalman Mokhtar justified today the wing’s mob-like behaviour outside PKR’s headquarters last night as the only way to ensure its political foe gets the message that it will not tolerate any threats to its leadership.

Hundreds of Umno Youth members — dressed in the red T-shirts emblazoned with the words “Patriot” which were distributed yesterday at the launch of the wing’s Kelab Putera 1 Malaysia — were captured on video racing noisily on motorcycles around the PKR office in Petaling Jaya’s Merchant Square late last night, ahead of the July 9 Bersih rally.

The mob had ostensibly gathered to protest a death threat against their leader Khairy Jamaluddin.

They arrived at the office block, just a few doors away from the Tropicana police station, claiming that a death threat sent to Khairy recently came from the opposition party, which denied the allegation.

“We know PKR leaders are behind the death threat to our Youth chief. That’s why we want to send the message, ‘Don’t ever play with us’,” Rizalman told The Malaysian Insider when contacted this morning.

The video of the mob gathering at PKR headquarters last night has been uploaded online to YouTube. Some quarters have likened the motorcyclists’ actions to “rempits” or street hooligans.

Rizalman did not deny the comparisons that have cast a shadow on the wing ahead of its “peaceful” counter Bersih rally.

Instead, he defended the motorcyclists’ actions as the only way to drive home Umno Youth’s message that it was deadly serious about death threats targeting its leadership.

“I don’t think we have any other way. If we do it the proper way, this kind of group, it’s very hard to discuss with them. They always politicise things,” he said, referring to PKR.

“This is the maximum level to show we are serious,” he added.

Rizalman repeated his statement yesterday that if the electoral reform march by civil society, which PKR publicly supports, is not called off, then Umno Youth too will carry out its own march.

The first Bersih rally in 2007 saw up to 50,000 people take to the streets of Kuala Lumpur before they were dispersed by police armed with tear gas and water cannons.

The demonstration has been partly credited for Pakatan Rakyat’s record gains in Election 2008, where the opposition pact swept to power in five states and won 82 parliamentary seats.

However, counter rallies are being planned by both Perkasa and Umno Youth. The latter group has applied for a permit to march despite the government insisting it will not issue any permits for gatherings in the city on July 9.

Umno’s dirty politics will benefit Pakatan, says PKR Youth

By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal

June 28, 2011

KUALA LUMPUR, June 28 — Umno’s threats and harassment of Pakatan Rakyat leaders will benefit the opposition in the long run as voters will see how Umno compromises public safety for political gain, PKR Youth has said.

Hundreds of Umno Youth members on motorcycles circled the PKR headquarters in Petaling Jaya late last night in a threatening manner ahead of the July 9 Bersih rally, ostensibly to protest a death threat against their leader Khairy Jamaluddin. 

They arrived at the office block in Tropicana, just a few doors away from the Tropicana police station, claiming that a death threat sent to Khairy recently came from the opposition party, which denied the allegation.

Selangor PKR Youth information chief Mohd Saifullah Mohd Zulkifli charged that Umno Youth’s actions showed that Barisan Nasional (BN) no longer had the mandate to govern the country, and had to resort to unscrupulous means to stay in power.

“The dirty political games played by Umno-BN will benefit Pakatan Rakyat in this coming general election. People will not be fooled by disgusting and archaic form of politics,” he said in a statement today.

He said BN had failed to address more pressing concerns — wastages in government expenditure as well as the exorbitant cost of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and wife’s overseas trips. 

“The latest developments with Umno Youth and Perkasa’s counter rally against Bersih is an example... Leaders have been arrested and questioned by the police. It shows how the (certain) institutions are manipulated for public interests,” Mohd Saifullah added. 

The first Bersih rally in 2007 saw up to 50,000 people take to the streets of Kuala Lumpur before they were dispersed by police armed with tear gas and water cannons. 

The demonstration has been partly credited for Pakatan Rakyat’s record gains in Election 2008, where the opposition pact swept to power in five states and won 82 parliamentary seats.

PAS has promised to bring in hundreds of thousands of supporters from across the country as Pakatan Rakyat gears up for a second such rally in recent years. 

However, counter rallies are being planned by both Perkasa and Umno Youth who have pledged to march despite the government insisting it will not issue any permits for gatherings in the city on July 9.

 

 

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