Monday, December 31, 2012

Isu tanah di Kelantan dan syarikat pemimpin DAP

KOntroversi Pemindahan Kubur di Pengerang

Lihatlah mayat2 orang Islam yang dikorek di Pengerang. Dibungkus dan dilonggok begitu sahaja di bawah pokok. Dihempap dengan cangkul atas kenderaan.

Mana etika dan syariat yang dijamin oleh Kerajaan negeri Johor seperti terkandung dlm Majalah Holistik edisi Pengerang?

Beberapa kata kunci berkenaan Emas Yamashita

America's Secret Recovery
Of Yamashita's Gold
By Sterling and Peggy Seagrave
Verso, 2003
332 pages, $49.95 (hb)
Review By Phil Shannon
The Green Left Weekly

In June 1945, with US tanks less than 30 kilometres away, General Yamashita, head of the Japanese occupying army in the Philippines, knew the war was lost. He held a farewell party in Luzon province for 175 Japanese chief engineers, in one of the 175 underground tunnel complexes the engineers had constructed. At midnight, with the sake and patriotic singing in full flow, Yamashita (with two of Emperor Hirohito's princes) slipped out and detonated dynamite at the tunnel's entrance. Buried 70 metres underground, the engineers had only the mute company of row upon row of gold bars, looted by the Japanese army from the territories it had conquered in Asia.
Thousands of Allied prisoners of war and civilian slave labourers from Asia were also buried alive in underground caves, tunnels and mineshafts after they had built the hidden treasure vaults. The only people who knew of the secret stashes and were meant to remain alive, as Sterling and Peggy Seagrave reveal in Gold Warriors, were the Japanese military tops and the imperial family elite, who intended to recover the booty after the war's end.
Despite the murderous precautions taken to protect the secret vaults, US military intelligence officers discovered their existence and seized billons of dollars worth of gold, platinum, precious gems and cultural treasures from the hiding places. Together with Nazi war loot from Europe, the Japanese plunder was funnelled by the US into a secret "Black Eagle Trust, named after the Nazi insignia stamped on gold bullion stolen by the Nazis.
US President Harry Truman set up a secret, high-level government team to launder the stolen assets into 176 bank accounts in 42 countries. In charge was US war secretary Henry Stimson.
The Japanese militarist regime's looting of Asia had been systematic and vast. Government treasuries, banks, factories, homes and art galleries had been raided with ruthless efficiency, exemplified by the meticulous attention paid to hammering the teeth of corpses to extract gold fillings.
Japan's top underworld crime boss, Yoshio Kodama, was made an admiral and put in charge of looting occupied Asia's gangsters. Called "Golden Lily (after one of Hirohito's poems), the operation was headed by the emperor's brother, Prince Chicubi, and managed by some of Japan's top financial figures.
Much of the stolen wealth was taken to Japan, some to pay for the war, but most to slate the greed of Japan's elite. When a US submarine blockade of Japan stopped the flow of loot, it piled up in the Philippines.
Once discovered by the US, its was tapped to finance a post-war Japan that would be an anti-communist bastion in Asia. The Golden Lily loot now financed the clandestine Yotsuya Fund which supported a death squad of Kodama's criminal associates, headed by a US army colonel, which targeted student leaders, liberals, leftists, union organisers, journalists and others who got in the way of the revival of capitalism in Japan.
The Keenan Fund, named after Joseph Keenan, the chief prosecutor in the Tokyo war crimes trials, also drew on Golden Lily funds to bribe witnesses to falsify their testimony so that the reputations of the emperor, right-wing politicians and criminal bosses like Kodama could be refurbished and bolster pro-US and solidly conservative political influence in post-war Japan.
The fund bribed witnesses of Japan's chemical and biological warfare program to commit perjury so that the deadly knowledge they held could be kept secret and passed on to the US military. It also bribed witnesses of the Golden Lily project itself. Making common cause with the Yotsuya Fund, there were violent deaths and suspicious "assisted suicides of those who resisted the bribes.
Both funds were eventually rolled into the M-Fund, which began at a "modest US$2 billion, but grew quickly to be almost 10% of Japan's gross national product by 1950. The profits financed Japan's "self-defence army and the formation of Japan's hegemonic right-wing Liberal Democratic Party (LDP).
The M-Fund paid huge inducements to all LDP factions to support Nobosuke Kishi, who was actively involved in the use of slave labour as a wartime minister (and with a sideline in narcotics since the 1930s), as LDP leader against a less pro-US rival. During his three-year reign as prime minister, from 1957-1960, the LDP received $10 million each year from the CIA, chiefly drawn from the M-Fund.
The CIA also joined in the hunt for undiscovered Golden Lily loot in the decades after the war. Like bees to honey, or flies to something much less savoury, treasure hunters from Japan and the US flocked to the burial sites or the seas where treasure-laden ships were scuttled just days before Japan's surrender.
When the Philippines' President Ferdinand Marcos, one of Washington's favourite despots, cut himself in on the action after 1965, he used CIA aircraft, US Air Force planes and US Navy ships to shift the bullion. He used the CIA's global network of banks (such as the Nugan-Hand Bank in Australia, which had a board packed with retired US intelligence officials) to provide refuge offshore for the "black money.
Marcos (and Philippines President Corey Aquino in post-Marcos times) also had the help of the CIA, Pentagon-linked private US military firms and private intelligence organisations, which had joined the gold rush. As is the way with thieves, the joint ventures between the looters and politicians were often disrupted by deadly double-crossings and fatal fallings out.
US President Bill Clinton continued his predecessors' secrecy surrounding Yamashita's gold. He allowed the CIA to remove Golden Lily documents from declassified US records on the war in Asia, to avoid embarrassment for Washington. According to the Seagraves, two weeks into George Bush junior's presidency, two US Navy ships and navy commandos were despatched to the Philippines to recover more gold to replenish US gold reserves.
Swiss banks remain some of the major repositories and beneficiaries of the loot stolen by Japanese regime (and the Nazis). They cashed in on Switzerland's neutrality during the war.
One Swiss bank holds more than $190 billion (bigger than Microsoft's Bill Gates' net worth) in a covert US government account, the Seagraves report. US banks also have had their fingers deep in the golden pie, including the Chase Manhattan Bank, the Bank of America, Wells Fargo Bank and Citibank. Just as Swiss banks have denied for decades that they were sitting on, and turning a huge profit from, gold stolen from Holocaust victims, so US banks clammed up about Yamashita's gold, hoping to wait out the death of potential claimants.
"Black gold was secretly put to work by all US presidents to "interfere in the political life of sovereign nations, to buy elections, to undercut the rule of law, to control the media, to carry out assassinations, in short to impose America's will, write the Seagraves. It was used by the CIA to manipulate post-war elections in Italy, Greece and Japan, to fund the dictator Diem in South Vietnam, to spread anti-communist propaganda during the Cold War, and to reinforce the treasuries of Washington's anti-communist allies.
For 50 years, the recovery of Golden Lily war loot and its continuing political deployment by Washington has been a state secret. However, Sterling and Peggy Seagrave's extensive research and investigation " as well as racy tales from the publicity-shy world of gangsters, spooks, private detectives, gold brokers and ruthless politicians " have produced a rich and painstakingly detailed (and occasionally speculative) epic of greed, cover-up and covert political intervention.
Reactionary anti-communism and war loot, which brought Washington and former Nazi leaders and Gestapo torturers together, were also the political mating signals that worked their dirty magic between Washington and Japan's war criminals and looters.

Yamashita's gold

Yamashita's gold, also referred to as the Yamashita treasure, is the name given to the alleged war loot stolen in Southeast Asia by Japanese forces duringWorld War II and hidden in caves, tunnels and underground complexes in the Philippines. It is named for the Japanese general Tomoyuki Yamashita, nicknamed "The Tiger of Malaya". Though accounts that the treasure remains hidden in Philippines have lured treasure hunters from around the world for over fifty years, its existence is discounted by most experts.[1][2] The rumored treasure has been the subject of a complex lawsuit that was filed in a Hawaiian state court in 1988 involving a Filipino treasure hunter, Rogelio Roxas, and the former Philippine president, Ferdinand Marcos.[3]

The looting and the alleged cover-up

Prominent among those arguing for the existence of Yamashita's gold are Sterling Seagrave and Peggy Seagrave, who have written two books relating to the subject: The Yamato Dynasty: the Secret History of Japan's Imperial Family (2000) and Gold Warriors: America's Secret Recovery of Yamashita's Gold (2003). The Seagraves contend that looting was organized on a massive scale, by both yakuza gangsters such as Yoshio Kodama, and the highest levels of Japanese society, including Emperor Hirohito.[4] The Japanese government intended that loot from Southeast Asia would finance Japan's war effort.[4] The Seagraves allege that Hirohito appointed his brother, Prince Yasuhito Chichibu, to head a secret organization called Kin no yuri ("Golden Lily"), for this purpose. It is purported that many of those who knew the locations of the loot were killed during the war, or later tried by the Allies for war crimes and executed or incarcerated.[4] Yamashita himself was executed by the U.S. Army for his war crimes on February 23, 1946.
The stolen property reportedly included many different kinds of valuables looted from banks, depositories, temples, churches, other commercial premises,mosquesmuseums and private homes.[4] It takes its name from General Tomoyuki Yamashita, who assumed command of Japanese forces in the Philippines in 1944.
According to various accounts, the loot was initially concentrated in Singapore, and later transported to the Philippines.[4] The Japanese hoped to ship the treasure from the Philippines to the Japanese Home Islands after the war ended. As the War in the Pacific progressed, U.S. Navy submarines and Alliedwarplanes inflicted increasingly heavy sinkings of Japanese merchant shipping. Some of the ships carrying the war booty back to Japan were sunk in combat.
The Seagraves and a few others[4] have claimed that American military intelligence operatives located much of the loot; they colluded with Hirohito and other senior Japanese figures to conceal its existence, and they used it to finance American covert intelligence operations around the world during the Cold War. These rumors have inspired many hopeful treasure hunters, but most experts and Filipino historians say there is no credible evidence behind these claims.[5]
In 1992, Imelda Marcos claimed that Yamashita's gold accounted for the bulk of the wealth of her husband, Ferdinand Marcos.[6][7]
Many individuals and consortia, both Philippine and foreign, continue to search for treasure sites. A number of accidental deaths, injuries and financial losses incurred by treasure hunters have been reported.[8]
At present, the Mines & Geosciences Bureau of the Department of Natural Resources of the Philippines is the Filipino government agency that grants treasure permits.

Treasure skeptics

University of the Philippines professor Rico Jose has questioned the theory that treasure from mainland South East Asia was transported to the Philippines: "By 1943 the Japanese were no longer in control of the seas... It doesn't make sense to bring in something that valuable here when you know it's going to be lost to the Americans anyway. The more rational thing would have been to send it to Taiwan or China."[9]
Philippines National Historical Institute chairman and historian Ambeth Ocampo commented: “Two of the wealth myths I usually encounter are the Yamashita treasure and gossip that theCojuangco fortune was founded on a bag of money…” Ocampo also said: "For the past 50 years many people, both Filipinos and foreigners, have spent their time, money and energy in search of Yamashita's elusive treasure.” Professor Ocampo noted “What makes me wonder is that for the past 50 years, despite all the treasure hunters, their maps, oral testimony and sophisticated metal detectors, nobody has found a thing.”[10]

Rogelio Roxas lawsuit

In March 1988, a Filipino treasure hunter named Rogelio Roxas filed a lawsuit in the state of Hawaii against the former president of the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos and his wife Imelda Marcosfor theft and human rights abuses. Roxas claimed that in Baguio City in 1961 he met the son of a former member of the Japanese army who mapped for him the location of the legendary Yamashita Treasure. Roxas claimed a second man, who served as Yamashita's interpreter during the Second World War, told him of visiting an underground chamber there where stores of gold and silver were kept, and who told of a golden buddha kept at a convent located near the underground chambers. Roxas claimed that within the next few years he formed a group to search for the treasure, and obtained a permit for the purpose from a relative of Ferdinand, Judge Pio Marcos. In 1971, Roxas claimed, he and his group uncovered an enclosed chamber on state lands nearBaguio City where he found bayonetssamurai swords, radios, and skeletal remains dressed in a Japanese military uniform. Also found in the chamber, Roxas claimed, were a 3-foot-high (0.91 m) golden-colored Buddha and numerous stacked crates which filled an area approximately 6 feet x 6 feet x 35 feet. He claimed he opened just one of the boxes, and found it packed with gold bullion. He said he took from the chamber the golden Buddha, which he estimated to weigh 1,000 kilograms, and one box with twenty-four gold bars, and hid them in his home. He claimed he resealed the chamber for safekeeping until he could arrange the removal of the remaining boxes, which he suspected were also filled with gold bars. Roxas said he sold seven of the gold bars from the opened box, and sought potential buyers for the golden Buddha. Two individuals representing prospective buyers examined and tested the metal in the Buddha, Roxas said, and reported it was made of solid, 20-carat gold. It was soon after this, Roxas claimed, that President Ferdinand Marcos learned of Roxas' discovery and ordered him arrested, beaten, and the Buddha and remaining gold seized. Roxas alleged that in retaliation to his vocal campaign to reclaim the Buddha and the remainder of the treasure taken from him, Ferdinand continued to have Roxas threatened, beaten and eventually incarcerated for over a year.[3]
Following his release, Roxas put his claims against Marcos on hold until Ferdinand lost the presidency in 1986. But in 1988, Roxas and the Golden Budha Corporation, which now held the ownership rights to the treasure Roxas claims was stolen from him, filed suit against Ferdinand and wife Imelda in a Hawaiian state court seeking damages for the theft and the surrounding human rights abuses committed against Roxas. Roxas died on the eve of trial,[11] but prior to his death he gave the deposition testimony that would be later used in evidence. In 1996, the Roxas estate and the Golden Budha Corporation received what was then largest judgment ever awarded in history, $22 billion which with interest increased to $40.5 billion.[12] In 1998, The Hawaii Supreme Court held that there was sufficient evidence to support the jury's finding that Roxas found the treasure and that Marcos converted it. However, the court reversed the damage award, holding that the $22 billion award of damages for the chamber full of gold was too speculative, as there was no evidence of quantity or quality, and ordered a new hearing on the value of the golden Buddha and 17 bars of gold only.[3] After several more years of legal proceedings, the Golden Budha Corporation obtained a final judgment against Imelda Marcos to the extent of her interest in the Marcos estate in the principal amount of $13,275,848.37 and Roxas’ estate obtained a $6 million judgment on the claim for human right abuse.[13]
This lawsuit ultimately concluded that Roxas found a treasure, and although the Hawaiian state court was not required to determine whether this particular treasure was the legendary Yamashita’s gold, the testimony relied upon by the court in reaching its conclusion pointed in that direction. Roxas was allegedly following a map from the son of a Japanese soldier; Roxas allegedly relied on tips provided from Yamashita’s interpreter; and Roxas allegedly found samurai swords and the skeletons of dead Japanese soldiers in the treasure chamber. All this led the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal to summarize the allegations leading to Roxas’ final judgment as follows: "The Yamashita Treasure was found by Roxas and stolen from Roxas by Marcos' men." [14]

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Warga akademik dihalang suarakan pendapat di twitter dan facebook

Kem Tentera Bawah Tanah Terbesar Di Dunia

Terletak di Sweden, Muskö merupakan kemudahan ketenteraam bawah tanah terbesar di dunia. Ia digunakan sebagai Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Sweden.

Info Ringkas:

Pangkalan tentera Musko dibina di bawah gunung batu granit, yang dikatakan mustahil untuk dihancurkan oleh meriam, bom penghancur bunker malahan bom berskala nuklear sekalipun. 

Musko digunakan untuk pembuatan kapal Fregat, Kapal Perusak dan kapal selam mempunyai dermaga terpanjang mencapai 350 meter.

Terdapat juga tempat membaiki kapal, kedai makan, berek, mall, bilik mesyuarat dan pelbagai lagi, semuanya di bawah gunung.

Selain itu, ia juga mempunyai sebuah hospital khas untuk tentera dengan kapasiti 1000 buah katil.

Najib lebih teruk daripada bapa saya - Marina Mahathir

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Rebat RM200 hanya untuk telefon pintar harga RM500

Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (SKMM) menjelaskan bahawa rebat RM200 untuk telefon pintar  yang diumumkan dalam Bajet 2013 hanyalah untuk telefon pintar yang berharga maksimum RM500.

SKMM telah menerbitkan kriteria berikut dalam lamanwebnya:

   1)  Warganegara Malaysia berumur 21 tahun hingga 30 tahun.

   2)  Berpendapatan bulanan RM3000 ke bawah.

   3)  Model telefon pintar 3G yang diluluskan dengan harga maksimum RM500.

   4)  Pelanggan jalur-lebar mudah-alih sedia ada atau pakej baru.

   5)  Hanya satu telefon pintar untuk seorang belia.

Menurut notis yang disiarkan semalam, program rebat di bawah Inisiatif Jalur Lebar Kebangsaan (NBI) telah diperuntukkan sejumlah RM300 juta oleh kerajaan yang akan memberi manfaat kepada 1.5 juta belia.

Permohonan untuk rebat adalah terbuka dari 1 Januari hingga 31 Disember 2013 dan para belia yang berminat boleh memohon melalui lamanweb SKMM.

Bagaimanapun, mendapati lamanweb tidak boleh diakses sejak pagi ini.

Pada 28 September, di bawah Bajet 2013, Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak mengumumkan rebat RM200 bagi pembelian telefon pintar 3G untuk belia berumur 21 hingga 30 tahun, dengan pendapatan bulanan RM3,000 ke bawah atau tanpa pendapatan bulanan, daripada peniaga yang dibenarkan bawah Pakej Komunikasi Belia.

kesian adik UiTM ni hehehe, smartfon ape 500 dik?

Kereta Api Laju Beijing-Guangzhou mula beroperasi

Landasan kereta api laju terpanjang di dunia, landasan kereta api Beijing-Guangzhou yang jaraknya 2,298 kilometer mula beroperasi hari ini. Panjang keseluruhan landasan kereta api laju di China kini mencecah 9,300 kilometer.

BEIJING 26 Dis. - China hari ini melancarkan perkhidmatan kereta api laju di laluan terpanjang di dunia, dengan industri pengangkutan itu semakin berkembang tetapi sering berdepan dengan masalah.

Pembukaan laluan antara Beijing dan Guangzhou sejauh 2,298 kilometer akan membolehkan perjalanan antara kedua-dua bandar tersebut memakan masa hanya selama lapan jam berbanding 22 jam sebelum ini.

Badan penyiaran China Central Television melaporkan kereta api laju pertama bergerak pukul 9 pagi waktu tempatan (9 pagi waktu Malaysia) dari Stesen Kereta Api Beijing Barat.

Stesen televisyen berkenaan juga melaporkan secara langsung keadaan di dalam kereta api itu yang menunjukkan penumpang bergambar kenang-kenangan sempena pelancaran perkhidmatan kereta api laju tersebut.

Agensi berita Xinhua pula melaporkan sebuah lagi kereta api berlepas dari Guangzhou ke ibu negara ini kira-kira pukul 10 pagi.

Kereta api itu akan bergerak dengan kelajuan purata 300 kilometer sejam yang meliputi 35 hentian di bandar-bandar utama seperti Zhengzhou, Wuhan di Sungai Yangtze dan Changsha.

Media rasmi melaporkan hari ini dipilih bagi memulakan perkhidmatan kereta api laju Beijing-Guangzhou sempena tarikh kelahiran pemimpin China, Mao Zedong yang dilahirkan pada 1893.

Laluan Beijing-Guangzhou dilengkapkan dengan penyelesaian pembinaan laluan antara Zhengzhou dan Beijing kerana laluan Zhengzhou-Wuhan-Guangzhou sudah beroperasi.

Rangkaian kereta api laju China dibina pada 2007 namun menjadi industri paling berkembang pesat di dunia.
Xinhua melaporkan, China kini mempunyai laluan kereta api laju sejauh 9,300 kilometer.

Akhbar rasmi, China Daily hari ini melaporkan, laluan perkhidmatan kereta api laju itu akan meliputi sejauh 50,000 kilometer menjelang 2020. - AFP

Askar Israel disepak oleh budak perempuan Palestin berumur 10 tahun

Seorang budak perempuan Palestin berusia 10 tahun yang tampil dalam sebuah video sedang memukul seorang tentera Israel tiba di Turki sebagai tetamu kehormatan dari Kota Başakşehir İstanbul.

Ahed Tamimi telah menjadi hero bagi rakyat di Turki setelah video yang menunjukkan dia memukul tentera Israel telah diposting secara online pada 28 November. Dia tiba di İstanbul hari Isnin lalu.

FELDA Disaman RM200 juta Oleh 351 Peneroka

Seramai 351 peneroka Felda Mempaga 1, 2, dan 3 serta Felda Bukit Damar, Pahang hari ini memfailkan saman menuntut ganti rugi keseluruhan kira-kira RM200 juta terhadap Felda kerana menipu kadar perahan gred (KPG) sawit.

Saman difailkan melalui Tetuan Daim dan Gamany di Mahkamah Tinggi Temerloh, Pahang pagi tadi menamakan Lembaga Kemajuan Tanah Persekutuan (Felda) sebagai defendan pertama dan Felda Palm Industries Sdn Bhd sebagai defendan kedua.

Plaintif dalam writ saman antara lain mendakwa, Felda Palm Industries berniat jahat dan sengaja menurunkan KPG sehingga enam peratus bertentangan dengan kadar sepatutnya dengan tujuan untuk menurunkan harga setiap tan buah sawit.

Peneroka terbabit turut mendakwa wujud konspirasi antara defendan pertama dan kedua menyalahgunakan kaedah penggredan untuk memastikan KPG diturunkan, selain menjual buah sawit dibawah KPG yang sepatutnya tanpa pengetahuan plaintif.

Disebabkan itu, plaintif mendakwa setiap mereka mengalami kerugian sebanyak RM30,912 pada tahun 2008.

Manakala bagi buah yang ditahan tapi tak dilupuskan, setiap peneroka telah kehilangan pendapatan sebanyak RM1345.63 (RM560.

08 setan).

“Kerugian kesemua plaintif untuk tahun 2008 lebih kurang RM11.322 juta,” writ saman itu menyebut.

Ganti rugi

Sehubungan itu, plaintif memohon mahkamah untuk mendapatkan printah supaya Felda dan Felda Palm Industries membayar ganti rugi khas kepada plaintif berdasarkan jumlah keluaran dan harga sawit untuk setiap tahun bermula tahun 1995.

Selain itu, peneroka terbabit turut meminta ganti rugi am dan teladan untuk penipuan dan pecah amanah, kadar faedah empat peratus setahun dikenakan keatas jumlah ganti rugi khas bemula dari tahun 1995 serta empat peratus jumlah ganti rugi am dari tarikh pemfailan writ sehingga kes selesai sepenuhny dan lain-lain kos.

Saman difailkan wakil peneroka Abdul Rashid Abdul Wahab sebagai plaintif pertama dan Din Mohd Arif (plaintif ke-331).

Mereka diwakili Ketua Biro Guaman PKR Latheefa Koya dan Timbalan Pengerusi Biro Peneroka Felda dan Orang Asal PKR T Kumar.

Turut hadir Pengerusi Biro Peneroka Felda dan Orang Asal PKR Suhaimi Said serta timbalannya Bob Manolan. -FMT


Sunday, December 16, 2012

LOVE is.... Caring for other even when you are angry

isu CIMB

Dalam video ini antara yang penting ;

1. Hamidah seperti mempersoalkan kewujudan/fungsi kesatuan pekerja CIMB bagi membela nasib pekerja CIMB.

2. Ketua bagi HR CIMB pusat,  Hamidah Naziadin telah dikesan melakukan pembohongan dalam isu kebajikan pekerja CIMB. Hamidah cakap pekerja CIMB mempunyai insentif perubatan yang unlimited, termasuk keluarga kakitangan, juga termasuk rawatan gigi, bonus dan sebagainya. Ini sebenarnya telah membuka unlimited risk kepada company [unlimited kos rawatan kesihatan kakitangan termasuk keluarga]

3. Namun kesatuan menafikan. Bahkan memberikan butiran lanjut berkenaan perkara tersebut. Hanya kakitangan tertinggi CIMB dan pegawai2 atasan tertentu je merasai insentif tersebut. Kakitangan CIMB mempunyai limited dan had masa untuk merasai insentif tersebut. Contohnya rawatan gigi, rm300 lebih kurang. Untuk pekerja yang berusia 40 tahun ke atas, medical checkup hanya akan ditanggung jika melakukan checkup 2 tahun sekali.. 

4. Insentif untuk berpantang, bersalin dan blablabla [kakitangan wanita] langsung tak pernah wujud. 

5.NUBE mempersoalkan kenapa bonus contractual 2 bulan menjadi isu besar kepada hamidah? 

6. NUBE menegaskan bahawa kakitangan berhak berkongsi keuntungan yang diraih syarikat kerana CIMB dibangunkan bersama. Ia tidak tertegak dengan atas tangan sorang seseorang. Ia kerjasama semua jadi apa masalahnya kakitangan CIMB turut merasai keuntungan yang diraihkan oleh syarikat?

7. CIMB tidak transparent dalam beberapa polisi yang mereka sendiri wujudkan. Contohnya laporan berkaitan prestasi dan PMS [maaf aku tatau PMS ini apa].

8. Ramai kakitangan yang dah lama berkhidmat [usia] tidak disambung semula, boleh jadi ia adalah agenda CIMB mahu mengyahkan kakitangan seperti ini.. apatah lagi dengan kewujudan skim MSS [Mutual Separation Skim = Masa sudah sampai]. Menurut NUBE ialah adalah dikriminasi usia. 

9. Namun NUBE mengatakan itu tidak sepatutnya kerana mereka telah lama bersama CIMB, berkhidmat, jatuh bangun, ada jasa...   


Dan yang kedua ialah gambar kat bawah neh hah ; 

Sumber : sini

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Norlaily Mat Loddin yang berkhidmat di CIMB Bandar Baru Nilai dan hamil 4 bulan telah dijerit, dimarahi dan diugut oleh Pengurus Cawangan, Amiruddin Hanuddin di hadapan para pelanggan dan rakan-rakan sekerjanya apabila enggan melakukan transaksi secara salah. Akibatnya, beliau pengsan dan terlantar di hospital.

Satu laporan polis telah pun dibuat.

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Utusan Malaysia kalah lagi 2-0

Fitnah: Utusan diperintah bayar Karpal RM50,000
Mahkamah Tinggi di Kuala Lumpur hari ini mendapati akhbar Utusan Malaysia milik Umno bersalah memfitnah Karpal Singh dan diperintah membayar gantirugi dan kos sebanyak RM70,000 kepada pengerusi DAP itu.

Ia berhubung penyiaran satu tulisan dan akhbar itu empat tahun lalu melibatkan satu acara pada malam sebelum pilihan raya kecil Permatang Pauh.

Satu bahagian dalam tulisan berkenaan dipetik sebagai kenyataan Karpal walaupun peguam itu tidak hadir di acara tersebut.

Penulisnya, Zulkifli Jalil yang kini merupakan pengarang berita akhbar tersebut, membuat permohonan maaf secara terbuka ketika memberi keterangan dalam kes tersebut awal tahun ini.

Hakim Nik Hasmat Nik Mohamad memutuskan bahawa permohonan maaf semata-mata tidak membebaskan Utusan daripada kesalahan fitnah.

2 MP PAS berjaya tuntut gantirugi kes BERSIH 2.0
Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur hari ini memutuskan penahanan dua Naib Presiden PAS Salahudin Ayub dan Datuk Mahfuz Omar sewaktu perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0 dilakukan secara salah.Hakim Dr Prasad Sandosham Abraham juga memutuskan supaya kerajaan dan Polis DiRaja Malaysia supaya membayar RM70,000 setiap seorang daripada mereka.
NONEKeputusan itu dibaca di Mahkamah Tinggi Shah Alam memandang Dr Prasad kini ditugaskan di mahkamah tersebut.

Peguam Zulhazmi Shariff ketika dihubungiMalaysiakini berkata kedua-dua pemimpin PAS itu memfailkan tuntutan sivil meminta gantirugi kepada Kerajaan Malaysia dan PDRM ke atas penahanan salah terhadap mereka sewaktu perhimpunan itu.

Tuntutan itu difailkan pada 8 Ogos 2011 di Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur.

Kedua-dua pemimpin dan ahli parlimen PAS itu diwakili oleh empat peguam iaitu Zulhazmi Shariff, Faiz Fadzil, Abdul Aziz Hamzah dan Surya Putra Taulan.

Mereka memfailkan saman terhadap kerajaan persekutuan, Ketua Polis Negara Tan Sri Ismail Omar, Ketua Polis Daerah Brickfields Wan Abdul Bari Wan Abdul Khalid dan pegawai polis yang menangkap mereka Inspektor Mohd Zaid Madzizat.
NONEMereka menuntut ganti rugi am, ganti rugi teruk dan gantirugi teladan, kos serta lain-lain relif atau perintah yang difikirkan sesuai oleh mahkamah.

Mereka sebelum ini mendakwa penahanan mereka di KL Sentral ketika perhimpunan BERSIH 2.0 pada 9 Julai lalu adalah tidak sah kerana dilakukan di luar kawasan yang diwartakan sebagai kawasan larangan untuk dimasuki oleh mereka.

Mereka ditangkap kira-kira pukul 11.50 pagi sebelum ditahan hampir 10 jam di lokap polis di Balai Polis Jinjang. Sepanjang penahanan pihak polis tidak mengambil apa-apa keterangan dan juga tidak diberitahu sebab-sebab penahanan mereka.