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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Iktibar Krisis Mesir : Malaysia jika berlaku

Krisis Mesir hari ini telah hampir memasuki minggu kedua sejak tercetus yang disebabkan oleh pengaruh media-media alternatif seperti Facebook,Twitter dan lain-lain (masih ingatkah anda akan krisis Ahmadinejad vs Moussavi di Iran?)


Telah banyak yang menulis tentang krisis ini malahan sehingga ada puak yang begitu berminat untuk mengimport Revolusi itu di Malaysia

Namun kini Krisis Mesir memasuki babak baru

Sebelum ini hanya pihak polis sahaja yang bertindak keatas para demontrasi ketika pihak tentera mengambil sikap berkecuali namun perkembangan terbaru semakin panas nampaknya:

  • Ribuan Penyokong kerajaan Hosni Mubarak mula bertindak balas
  • Berlaku pertempuran diantara penentang kerajaan diktator Hosni Mubarak dengan penyokong 
  • Terserlah Amerika dan Israel kini tidak sefahaman dalam isu Mesir




Petikan Los Angeles Times

Violence in Egypt as foes, supporters of Hosni Mubarak clash

Thousands of supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak besieged anti-government forces ensconced in Tahrir Square on Wednesday, leading to violent clashes and some injuries.

Pro-Mubarak forces tried to push their way into the square through numerous side streets and were met with, in some cases, cordons of peaceful protesters and, in others, by those throwing large chunks of stone or concrete.

At El Bustan street, just off Tahrir Square, the two sides surged back and forth for more than an hour, with at least a dozen of the pro-Mubarak Egyptians injured by the flying stones — two at this spot were carried away unconscious. One man staggered away with blood running down his face after apparently being hit by a rock. Other men brandished wooden clubs and glass bottles.


Ambulances tried in vain to get through the crowds to help the injured.

Al Jazeera showed scenes of men on horseback and camels storming into the crowds in an apparent attempt to disperse anti-government protesters. At one point, the demonstrators attacked one of the men on a horse, pulling him down to the street and pummeling him.

Finally, army armored vehicles moved in to separate the two sides. By late afternoon, the army had blocked some of the major entrances to the square, pushing the two sides apart.

Wednesday morning, before the fighting, the Egyptian military had called for a halt to demonstrations and urged protesters to go home. The announcement on state television was a signal that the military had not abandoned Mubarak, who late Tuesday night announced he would not run for reelection in September or October but made a plea to hold onto power in the interim. Opposition leaders immediately rejected Mubarak's announcement as a ploy to hold onto power.

"You are the ones capable of returning normal life to Egypt," military spokesman Ismail Etman said on state television. "Your message has arrived, your demands have become known."

"The armed forces call on the protesters to go home for the sake of bringing back stability," came another statement on state television.

Many of the anti-Mubarak forces were unaware of the military's request to disband — and said they would disregard it in any event.

"We're not leaving. We'll sit under the tanks if the army tries to stop us," said Omar Adli, an anti-Mubarak demonstrator who was bearded and clad in a long robe-like galabeya. Then he broke off speaking to run toward a nearby knot of men who had begun shoving one another and throwing punches.

Mubarak supporters chanted, "In spirit and blood we want you, Mubarak," they chanted, as a handful of soldiers proved powerless to hold them back.

"You are your president. You are our president," they shouted.

The push into the square by pro-Mubarak forces appeared highly organized, concentrated on a few key access routes to the plaza. The anti-Mubarak protesters have accused the Egyptian leader's allies of paying people to rally in his support — and to use force to intimidate anti-government demonstrators.

 


Apakah maksud semua ini?

  • Mesir bakal terjebak didalam Perang Saudara
  • Israel bakal campur tangan dengan lebih hebat demi agenda tersembunyi
  • Israel mungkin mencerobohi Sinai demi kepentingan Terusan Suez yang sangat penting
  • Geopolitik dunia semakin bercelaru. Pengkhianatan demi pengkhianatan
  • Israel terkejut dengan pengkhianatan Amerika terhadap Rejim Hosni Mubarak Klik Sini

Apa kaitannya dengan Malaysia?:

  • Kerajaan BN dibawah Najib perlu mengambil iktibar terutama dengan liabiliti Rosmah Mansor
  • Jika berlaku keadaan sebegini di Malaysia (mungkin pasca PRU 13) keadaan akan sama seperti di Mesir malahan mungkin lebih buruk kerana sokongan adalah terbahagi dua secara hampir tepat 50-50
  • Pasca PRU 13 mungkin menyaksikan senario pertempuran antara dua pihak pro PR dan pro BN malahan berbahaya menjerumuskan negara ke kancah perang saudara dan pemecahan wilayah seperti Yugoslavia dan Timor Timur
  • Akan ada pihak luar yang akan campur tangan walaupun mereka kecil tetapi kekuatan senjata mereka sangat besar dengan mungkin memberikan tumpuan keatas pulau dan wilayah strategik selatan Johor dengan alasan memelihara kepentingan pelaburan mereka atau juga mungkin dengan menggunakan topeng 'pengaman'

Adakah potensi situasi Mesir berlaku di Malaysia?

Ada..... berdasarkan pro dan kontra:


  • Kemeluatan sebahagian rakyat terhadap Rosmah Mansor
  • Kelembutan kerajaan Najib
  • kebebasan maklumat internet
  • kebebasan berita-berita palsu hingga sukar membezakan yang mana benar dan yang mana palsu
  • Perjanjian Syaitan PKR DAP - menurut Zulkifli Nordin dan Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria
  • Usaha berterusan menjatuhkan kredibiliti PDRM,ATM, institusi kesultanan, pluralisme agama dan lain-lain
  • Kebutaan PAS terhadap kekangan pengaruhnya serta impian negara Islam oleh DAP dan PKR melalui pembahagian kerusi
  • Peningkatan kos sara hidup kerajaan gagal mengawal peniaga terutama monopoli pemborong
  • Kredibiliti menteri-menteri semakin merosot - jauh berbeza ketika era Mahathir
  • Peluang pekerjaan yang banyak tetapi lebih diboloti kaum pendatang 

Tetapi.....opssss nanti dulu
Ia mungkin tidak akan berlaku


  • Malaysia tidak mengalami masalah pengangguran yang serius dan kritikal - buktinya ada 2 juta pekerja asing di negara ini dalam pelbagai sektor
  • Malaysia bukan diperintah secara diktator - Pilihanraya bebas sehingga membolehkan 5 negeri dirampas
  • Rakyat Malaysia memiliki kemakmuran ekonomi walaupun tidak mewah
  • Ketidak puasan hati sebilangan rakyat Malaysia hanya disebabkan rasa TAMAK - komplen harga kereta, kualiti kereta nasional, hak asasi agama bukan islam dan lain-lain
  • Kebebasan media - perubahan hanya akan berlaku melalui demokrasi perhatikan Singapore... adakah anda fikir rakyatnya akan melakukan revolusi hanya kerana tiada kebebasan media dan diskriminasi? Tidak asalkan mereka cukup makan dan selesa mereka go on je.

    1 comment:

    1. Kenapa tengok Rosmah sbg liability?

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