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Lemon kills cancer cells

Just cut 2-3 thin slices of lemon in a cup/container and add drinking water will become "alkaline water", drink for the whole day, just by adding drinking water.  Take it as drinking water everyday is good for everybody. 

Stop being kaypoh, you blardee Kristian

I am sure you would agree that what is important is that no one prevents you from going to church every Sunday to pray so that you can guarantee your place in heaven when you die. In fact, even Hitler did not prevent Christians from going to church every Sunday to pray so that they can guarantee their place in heaven when they die. And that is exactly why the Christians closed both eyes to the extermination of six million Jews.

Gathering of ex-CMs reflects BN’s fear

Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman says he 'cannot run
the state alone' without his Barisan Nasional partners.
KEMABONG: Is Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman Musa Aman finally admitting that he may be on “shaky” political ground? Is that why the coalition was driven to invite several former chief ministers and state top officials to bolster his “fort” during the recent Juara 1Malaysia programme here?

300 stage rowdy protest against Penang CM, Bersih

GEORGE TOWN: Some 300 supporters from Umno, Perkasa and an unregistered NGO Suara Anak Anak Mamak Pulau Pinang held a nearly three-hour noisy march and violent protest in the city centre, condemning both the Pakatan Rakyat state government and the Bersih 2.0 rally.

The crowd first gathered at the historic Masjid Kapitan Keling after Friday prayers at 2.30pm.

Barisan Nasional’s sledge-hammer reaction to the Bersih Rally on 9th July 2011

Prime Minister Najib will be the ultimate loser in the coming General Election and will be ousted just like his predecessor, Tun Abdullah Badawi

The hype and exaggeration of the consequences of the Bersih Rally – civil commotion, financial losses in the RM billions, the takeover of the government, the revival of communism, etc. – is another symptom of an administration under siege and devoid of any creative response to what is otherwise a non-issue.

A situation in PRISON

3 men in Prison-
A Rapist
A Psycho &
A Gay.

Rapist: If I Find a Cat here I will f*** it hard till it Dies!

Psycho: Oh Yeah! & Once its dead I will f*** it till I die!

Gay Standing in the Corner Softly Says: Meeoowww. biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

Satu Alamat, 88 pengundi.. Apa penjelasan SPR?


SPR adalah sebuah Badan yang bernaung di bawah institusi Raja-Raja Melayu dan bertanggungjawab mengawal selia proses pilihanraya negara ini. Ianya sewajarnya adalah sebuah Badan yang bebas dan berkecuali dari mana-mana parti politik samada dipihak Kerajaan mahupun Pembangkang.

Bagaimanapun semalam Timbalan Pengerusi Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya iaitu Wan Ahmad Wan Omar telah mengeluarkan satu kenyataan yang boleh menjejaskan kredibiliti SPR sendiri.

Dalam kenyataannya yang jelas menunjukkan beliau memihak kepada Barisan Nasional, Wan Ahmad telah mendakwa perhimpunan Bersih 2.0 pada 9 Julai ini digunakan oleh Pakatan Rakyat untuk meraih sokongan bagi membina momentum untuk gagasan itu menawan Putrajaya.

Bersih Rally a Turning Point for Democracy

Umno also realizes that it has committed too many wrongs that betray the people’s interest, and more people have come to know of these through the fast growing alternative media. Combined with the growing influence of opposition alliance Pakatan Rakyat, the coming rally could be a powerful demonstration of the people’s will to reclaim sovereignty from the long-reigning kleptocracy through electoral reforms. That is something that Umno does not want to see happening.

Parti Sosialis Malaysia perjelas apa itu Komunis dan apa itu Sosialis


Disebabkan polis Raja di Malaysia dan Menteri Penerangan dan Menteri Dalam Negeri begitu banggang tentang isu ini, maka risalah penerangan harus dikeluarkan

Penjelasan kepada tohmahan-tohmahan Kerajaan UMNO-Barisan Nasional  terhadap Parti Sosialis Malaysia.
1.     Apa itu PSM ? Apa itu PKM ?

Human Rights Watch tells Malaysia to end crackdown on Peaceful Campaigners

BANGKOK, June 30, 2011 – The Malaysian government should immediately end its crackdown on the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) and release everyone arbitrarily detained for involvement in its activities, Human Rights Watch said today. Police should return all Bersih-related materials confiscated during the past week and cease pursuing spurious criminal charges, including sedition and “waging war against the king,” against peaceful political activists, Human Rights Watch said.  

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