Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mei 20, 2010

Sekarang, mereka membakar bangunan, tapi nanti,mereka akan mengangkat senjata – Thitinan Pongsudhirak

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  A Thai anti-government red shirt  protester falls after being shot by Thai military forces during fighting  on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to  have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in  and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt  leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a  sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time  curfew to be imposed.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  A Thai anti-government red shirt  protester is dragged to safety after being shot by Thai military forces  on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to  have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in  and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt  leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a  sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time  curfew to be imposed.

BANGKOK, THAILAND – MAY 19: A Thai anti-government red shirt protester is dragged to safety after being shot by Thai military forces on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed.

Anti-government supporters give aid to a fellow "red  shirt" who was shot in the chest after army soldiers penetrated  their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Rioting and fires swept  Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest encampment, forcing  protest leaders to surrender but sparking clashes that killed at least  six and triggering unrest in northern Thailand. A night curfew has been  declared in Bangkok and 21 provinces.

Anti-government supporters try to rescue a fellow "red  shirt" who was shot after army soldiers penetrated their encampment  in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Rioting and fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday  after troops stormed a protest encampment, forcing protest leaders to  surrender but sparking clashes that killed at least six and triggering  unrest in northern Thailand. A night curfew has been declared in Bangkok  and 21 provinces.

Anti-government supporters rush a fellow "red shirt" to  safety after he was shot by army soldiers who were penetrating the  "red shirt" encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Rioting and  fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest  encampment, forcing protest leaders to surrender but sparking clashes  that killed at least six and triggering unrest in northern Thailand. A  night curfew has been declared in Bangkok and 21 provinces.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  A Thai anti-government red shirt  protester is attended to by medics after being shot by Thai military  forces on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are  reported to have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades  raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors.  Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the  aftermath of a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a  night time curfew to be imposed.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  A Thai anti-government red shirt  protester is dragged to safety after being shot by Thai military forces  on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to  have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in  and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt  leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a  sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time  curfew to be imposed.

Buddhist monks, who support the anti-government "red  shirt" protesters, carry the body of a man who was shot dead by  army soldiers penetrating an encampment of thousands in Bangkok May 19,  2010. Rioting and fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a  protest encampment, forcing protest leaders to surrender but sparking  clashes that killed at least four people and triggered unrest in  northern Thailand.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  A fire burns inside the CentralWorld  mall after Thai military forces dispersed anti-government red shirt  protesters on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are  reported to have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades  raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors.  Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the  aftermath of a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a  night time curfew to be imposed.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  Thai anti-government red shirt  protester carry pallets to throw on fires set at the CentralWorld mall  on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to  have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in  and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt  leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a  sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time  curfew to be imposed.

BANGKOK, THAILAND – MAY 20: Thai anti-government red shirt protester carry pallets to throw on fires set at the CentralWorld mall on May 20, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At least 6 people are reported to have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 19:  (EDITORS NOTE: IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC  CONTENT)  A Thai anti-government red shirt protester is carried to  medics after being shot by Thai military forces on May 19, 2010 in  Bangkok, Thailand. At least 5 people are reported to have died as  government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in and around the  city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now  surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a sixth day of  violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be  imposed.

6 lagi maut dalam zon tunjuk perasaan

20/05/2010 3:06am

BANGKOK 20 Mei – Sekurang-kurangnya enam lagi mangsa yang terbunuh dalam kekacauan di Bangkok berada di sebuah tokong Buddha, Wat Pathum Vanaram, di dalam zon tunjuk perasaan.

Saksi-sakti memberitahu, tokong itu sepatutnya menjadi tempat perlindungan kepada penunjuk perasaan bagi menyelamatkan diri dari kekacauan jalanan tetapi kumpulan itu masih belum pasti keselamatan sekitarnya.

Beratus-ratus orang melarikan diri ke situ selepas tentera melancarkan serangan bagi menghentikan kebuntuan rusuhan politik yang tercetus sejak dua bulan lalu di ibu negara Thailand itu.

Seorang wartawan Kanada, Mark MacKinno yang berada di tokong itu berkata, keadaan masih bahaya dengan peluru dilepaskan sehingga satu gencatan senjata dirundingkan malam semalam.

Menurut seorang sukarelawan perubatan, Anan Thongniem, mangsa yang mati itu termasuk dua orang penunjuk perasaan, seorang ‘pengawal’ tunjuk perasaan dan dua orang doktor.

Kematian terbaru itu menjadikan jumlah kematian sehingga semalam mencecah sekurang-kurangnya 12 orang. – AP

Angka Korban sehingga pagi ini – 74 orang.  ( Bermula 13 Mei )

Cedera – 1800 orang.

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Troops move against protest holdouts

Buildings smoldered across central Bangkok early Thursday and troops exchanged sporadic fire with pockets of holdouts a day after the army routed anti-government protesters in a push to end Thailand’s deadliest political violence in nearly 20 years.

The government quelled most of the violence in the battered Thai capital but not the underlying political divisions that caused it, and unrest spread to provinces in the north and northeast.

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva imposed a nighttime curfew in the capital and 23 other provinces and said his government would restore calm. Although leaders of the Red Shirt demonstrators surrendered, sporadic clashes between troops and remaining protesters continued Thursday morning.

As night fell Wednesday, Bangkok’s skyline was blotted by flashes of fire and black smoke from more than two dozen buildings set ablaze — including Thailand’s stock exchange, main power company, banks, a movie theater and one of Asia’s largest shopping malls.

At least six people were killed in clashes that followed the army’s storming of the protest camp Wednesday. Witnesses said another six to eight bodies were in a temple where hundreds of demonstrators, including women and children, had sought sanctuary.

On Thursday morning, troops in the central business district, occupied by protesters for weeks, exchanged occasional fire with holdouts as locals in the area looted a vast tent city the activists had cobbled together.

Since the Red Shirts began their protest in mid-March, at least 74 people — mostly civilians — have been killed and nearly 1,800 wounded. Of those, 45 people have died in clashes that started May 13 after the army tried to blockade their 1-square-mile (3-square-kilometer) camp.

While many of the rioters were believed to be members of the Red Shirts and their sympathizers, there was also an element of criminals and young hoodlums involved in the mayhem in the city of 10 million people. The protest and violence in one of Southeast Asia’s most stable countries has damaged its economy and tourism industry.

With the top Red Shirt leaders in custody, it was unclear what the next move would be for the protesters who had demanded the ouster of the prime minister’s government, the dissolution of parliament and new elections. The protesters, many of them poor farmers or members of the urban underclass, say Abhisit came to power illegitimately and is oblivious to their plight.

The crackdown should silence the large number of government supporters who were urging a harder line, and the rioting that followed may extinguish the widespread sympathy many had for the protesters’ cause.

But that same violence also showed a serious intelligence lapse by the military, and the failure to secure areas of the capital raised doubt over how any unrest in the protesters’ heartland of the north and northeast can be stilled.

Many Thais feel that any short-term peace may have been purchased at the price of further polarization that will lead to years of bitter, cyclical conflict.

“The Reds rampaged and committed to armed resistance,” said Thitinan Pongsudhirak, a political scientist from Bangkok’s Chulalongkorn University. “Right now, they are just burning buildings, but later on, what if they picked up arms to fight the bureaucrats, security forces in other parts of Bangkok, and especially in the countryside? So this is just the beginning. The crackdown didn’t make them retreat fully. Things will get much worse still.”

Thitinan said the government will need to seek a political settlement. “The problem now is that who does the government talk to?” he said.

Some point to former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was ousted in a 2006 military coup and fled into exile before being sentenced to two years in prison for corruption. The government has accused him of bankrolling the protests and refuses to make any deals with him until he comes back to serve his sentence.

The crackdown began soon after dawn Wednesday, as hundreds of troops with M-16s converged on the Red Shirts’ camp, where nearby high-end malls and hotels have been shuttered by the prolonged protest.

Armored vehicles crashed through barricades of piled tires and bamboo stakes, and soldiers then gradually moved toward the protesters’ hub, opening fire with live ammunition and drawing return fire from militant Red Shirts, according to Associated Press reporters at the scene.

Bullets flew and several grenades exploded near the soldiers, forcing them to pull back briefly before pushing forward.

Among the dead was an Italian photographer. A Canadian freelance reporter was wounded by shrapnel and a reporter for the British newspaper The Independent was shot in the leg. Two other journalists were wounded earlier — one Dutchman and an American documentary filmmaker.

The unrest spread outside Bangkok, with Thai media reporting that protesters set fire to government offices in the city of Udon Thani and vandalized a city building in Khon Kaen. Udon Thani’s governor asked the military to intervene.

TV reports also showed troops retreating after being attacked by mobs in Ubon Ratchathani, and more unrest was reported in the northern city of Chiang Mai, Thailand’s third-largest.

After protest leaders surrendered, their enraged followers scattered to other parts of the city to set fires, and some looting was reported.

One of the most striking images was gray smoke pouring from Bangkok’s landmark CentralWorld shopping mall. One of Southeast Asia’s largest shopping complexes, it measured 550,000 square meters (5.9 million square feet) and its total retail area was 1 million square meters (11 million square feet) — about twice as big as the giant Mall of America in Minnesota.

Firefighters trying to douse the flames at some of the buildings were forced to retreat for several hours because of gunfire.

Thailand’s stock exchange will be closed for the rest of the week after the building’s ground floor was set on fire, according to its president, Patareeya Benjapolchai.

She told the AP that the exchange, where about $600 million of shares change hands each day, may reopen Monday. The central bank, meanwhile, said all financial institutions in Bangkok, including commercial banks, would be shut Thursday and Friday.

Cabinet minister Satit Vongnongteay described the chaos as anticipated “aftershocks” of the crackdown.

Rioters also turned their rage on the local media, which has been accused of pro-government coverage. They attacked the offices of state-run Channel 3, setting fire to cars outside and puncturing water pipes that flooded the building.

“At Channel 3 need urgent help from police, soldiers!!!” tweeted news anchor Patcharasri Benjamasa. “News cars were smashed and they are about to invade the building.”

The building was set on fire, but its staff fled to safety. The English-language Bangkok Post newspaper evacuated its staff over fears of an attack.

Abhisit said in a televised address Wednesday night that troops had been given the go-ahead to shoot suspected arsonists. A 10-hour curfew took effect in Bangkok and other provinces at 8 p.m., and the government said army operations would continue through the night. Another announcement said captured arsonists and “terrorists” could face capital punishment.

It is the first time that Bangkok has been put under curfew since 1992, when the army killed dozens of pro-democracy demonstrators seeking the ouster of a military-backed government in a crisis now know as “Black May.”

“Tonight is going to be another worrisome night,” government spokesman Panitan Wattanayagorn said.

Authorities also imposed a partial media blackout on local TV stations, saying all of them would have to show government-prepared bulletins.

Seven top Red Shirt leaders surrendered Wednesday, saying they could not stand seeing their supporters being killed.

“Brothers and sisters, I’m sorry I cannot see you off the way I welcomed you all when you arrived here. But please be assured that our hearts will always be with you,” Nattawut Saikua, a key leader, said as he was arrested. “Please return home.”

Somyot Pruksakasemsuk, another Red Shirt leader, said the movement would go on despite the day’s events.

“This is not the end,” he said. “It will spread further and the situation will deteriorate. Initially, independent mass movements in Bangkok and other provinces will begin, then riots will ensue. This will be done by individuals, not by protest leaders. The crowds will reunite soon.” AP
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Petikan Terbaru dari Berita reuters..

Shots fired in Bangkok after day of violence

… A Reuters photographer said the protesters at the temple, including many women and children, ran in fright at the sound of the gunshots. A Reuters reporter said there were at least six bodies at the site, which appeared to have been there some time.

An Erawan official said she was aware of nine bodies reported to be in a temple inside the protest site, but rescue workers had so far been unable to get there.

The authorities said late on Wednesday that 27 buildings were set on fire by protesters, including Central World, Southeast Asia’s second-biggest department store complex, which was gutted and looked close to collapse.

A spokesman for Bangkok’s governor said there were 31 fires by Thursday morning, around half at banks but also including a mall in the protest camp area, where a fire had been started around midnight, after the curfew started at 8 p.m. (1300 GMT)… Reuters – 54 mins ago


Responses

  1. Sawadekhappppp……

    Pai nai DR.Pronthip…….. Help me….

    meh aw pai Malaysia ni…..!!!!

  2. Sawadee kap
    wanni ker wanraek
    rau dai rian fud fasa Malay-Thai
    laa kon cher kan mai

    tha than mi panha tham dai rer tikta kab Admin duai babform khokhuam khanglang ni

  3. salam 1 malaysia,,
    syukur alhamdulillah kerana kita semua
    dikurniakan pemimpin yg beragama islam
    ya!!!walaupun tidak menjalankan negara
    islam sepenuhnya tapi tidak sekejam ini
    yg terjadi di Thai.
    Kalau dulu demonstrasi jalanan atau tunjuk perasaan di Malaysia hanya disembur gas pemedih mata saja,,

    • pdrm dan tentera kita ramai yg beragama islam
      apa2 yg hendak dilakukan kita berbalik kpd Allah s.w.t terlebih dahulu..
      antara bezanya ‘pemimpin islam dgn pemimpin bukan islam’

    • Lu orang umno anti islam mana tahu demotrasi jalanan.
      Siapa kata hanya sembur gas pemedih mata sahaja?

      oii mangkuk

      siap kena sepak terajang dan tembak pun ada. Pasal orang melayu.
      Kalau bukan melayu mana pdrm berani buat. Berani pada melayu bukan umno sahaja le.

  4. Tengok! apa komen si” Authar” yang menulis:-

    ” syukur alhamdulillah kerana kita semua
    dikurniakan pemimpin yg beragama islam
    ya!!!walaupun tidak menjalankan negara
    islam sepenuhnya tapi tidak sekejam ini
    yg terjadi di Thai”.

    Mari kita tanya dia. Berapa lama kah Islam itu ujud dialam maya ini?.

    Sebelum datangnya Islam yang dipertanggung jawabkan kepada nabi Muhammad s.a.w. sehinggalah sebelum turun firman ayat terakhir. Telah dimaklumi bahawa Islam diamalkan dalam keadaan separuh sahaja.

    Bilakah Allah telah menurunkan Firman yang menjelaskan yang Islam ini sudah sempurna?

    Yang peliknya Islam di Malaysia (kerana kita dakwa kita negara Islam) yang kalau dikira dari tempoh 1,430 tahun setelah wafatnya Rasullullah s.a.w masih beramal dengan Islam separuh. Sebab itu kita katakan negara Islam Malaysia menyorot kebelakang.

    Soalannya adakah Malaysia akan mengamalkan Islam sepenuhnya sehingga Allah turunkan Rasul lain, atau menunggu rasul yang benar dari bangsa Melayu?

    Negara yang tidak menjadikan Islam sepenuhnya sebagai cara hidup memang mudah terdedah kepada kezaliman dan bertindak kepada perkara yang bersifat fasik dan tidak berlaku adil dalam mengurus pasarana negara.

    Menentang kemungkaran dan kezaliman adalah wajib kepada mereka yang beriman. Mereka yang selemah lemah iman cuma menentang dengan hati. Dan mereka yang tidak beriman pula terus beramal dan membela kezaliman dan kefasikan menentang Islam.

    Kita harus faham bila berlaku kezaliman dan kefasikan oleh pihak yang mengurus negara, dan bagi mereka yang beriman seperti yang disebutkan diatas, hendakalah mencari ruang menegur dan membetulkan pihak2 tersebut, samada secara persaorangan (Mufti dan Ulamak),
    secara kumpulan (semua NGO) dan melalui politik
    kepartian.
    Ini adalah kewajipan kepada umat Islam dan memang dituntut oleh Allah…

    Sewajarnya PDRM dan ATM juga bertindak dengan kehendak hukum dan peraturan Allah. Bukan mengikut nafsu pemerintah.

    Setelah kita telah guna semua ruang diatas. Pihak yang berkuasa masih tegar mengamalkan perkara zalim dan mungkar itu.
    Bangun menentang secara demonsrasi itu juga adalah tuntutan amalan Islam.

    Dalam Islam tidak ada siapa yang berbeza, yang berbeza dalam Islam ialah mereka yang bertaqwa dan mereka yang derhaka kepada Allah subhanahuwataala..

    Tetapi harus diingat mereka yang derhaka ini, jika sampai mengancam akidah dan menzalimi secara fizikal dan mental orang Islam yang beriman. Orang islam yang beriman wajib mempertahankan dengan jihad fisabilillah….. Sebab itu Allah tidak mansukhkan ayat fisabililah didalam AlQuran..Kenapa?.

    Syuhada itu hamba pilihan Allah.

    • Autar islam had hari.

      Pergi main judi dan togak arak le

      Ini lah pembodek pemimpin yang minum arak

  5. salam 1 malaysia,,,
    tulis memang pandai….panjanggggggg
    tapi jgn ‘kufur’ dah lah!!!
    katalah apa yg patut…nak hina pun tak mengapa…
    makin menghina makin terserlah peribadi sebenar….

    • salam 1 malaysia,,
      kalau dah ulamak dan mufti pun dah tak sepndapat
      dan apabila dlm satu parti pun dah bercanggah pendapat
      macamana??????
      mmg dlm islam tidak ada siapa yg berbeza…semua sama
      tp mengapa masih adalagi yg suka menghina
      yg selalu menganggap dia yg terlebih baik dari yg lain
      islamnya yg lebih bagus,,
      memburuk burukkan yg lain..lebih rela bekerjasama dgn kafir harbi
      dari yg sesama islam sendiri
      susah sangatkah nak bersatu??????
      dan apabila telah bersatu perlahan lahan boleh diubah satu persatu
      apabila dijalankan spt ‘menarik rambut didlm tepung’
      tidak payah mendabik dada dgn mengatakan islam aku lebih bagus,,
      aku lagi pandai,,!!!!orang islam lain semua keji kerana tidak amalkan islam sepenuhnya…

      • salam,

        LA KUM DI NUKUM WALIYADDIN.

        kerana kalau nak mengamalkan
        islam secara total/keseluruhan dah
        termaktub di dlm al qur’an.
        Sekerat2 kena masuk suku …..
        Kalau masuk suku mana ada fun..
        Cuba tanya Bung Mokhtar dapat isi
        daging baru…ada fun ke tak masuk
        sekerat…boleh ka dia sabaq….

        Bila kita masuk deeply than only
        we can feel kemanisan nya……..
        beleive it or not…ripley

        adios amigo….gracias

  6. Sebab itu hadith nabi menyebut ada Ulamak jahat (Ussuk) dan ada ulamak baik (Hasan)..

    Ulamak jahat sedia menerima upah dan menyembunyikan kebenaran.

    Ulamak baik akan bercakap berasaskan sunnatullah dan sunnah Rasul.

    Adakah bahasa Kucing itu menghina?.

    Kafir harbi sudah pasti dia bukan Islam sebaiknya menjadi tanggung jawab orang Islam memperjelaskan kesyumulan Islam berbanding. dengan golongan Islam yang nampak beribadat seperti Islam tetapi menolak amalan dan cara hidup yang dituntut oleh Islam.
    Cuba sebutkan ayat mana yang melarang Islam bekerjasama dengan kafir harbi?

    Adakah wajib tunduk kepada golongan yang menolak Islam? kerana golongan ini berkuasa. Sabda rasul “Mereka beramal dan hidup seperti orang2 kafir, sesungguhnya mereka adalah dari golongan mereka”
    Maka perlukah golongan yang hendakan Islam itu ditegakan mengikut kehendak Allah dan rasul bersatu dan berkerjasama dengan golongan ini. Tidakkah golongan kedua ini sama seperti sabda junjungan hanya kerana patuh dengan kehendak mereka yang menolak Islam.

    Siapa yang kena ikut siapa sebenarnya?

    Tidak ada merujuk siapa yang pandai atau mendabik diri ” aku orang yg mengamalkan Islam sepenuhnya”. yang menjadi asas tanggung jawab orang Islam mesti menyampaikan Islam.

    • salam 1 malaysia,,
      surah 18,, ayat 103- 104
      “katakanlah, mahukah kami khabarkan kpdmu tentang org yg amat merugi perbuatannya”
      “yaitu org2 yg telah sesat perbuatannya waktu hidup di dunia, sedang mereka mengira, bahwa mereka mengerjakan pekerjaan itu sebaik-baiknya.”

      !. menjual nama ALLAH
      2. berceramah tentang kristian didlm gereja
      3. solat hajat untuk pemimpin dap
      4. tidak melarang penjualan arak di merata tempat di selangor
      5. nak bina kuil berselahan dgn mesjid
      6. nak bina kandang babi di perkampungan melayu
      7. membiar org2 kafir mempertikaikan agama islam
      8. membiarkan si kafir melarang azan
      9. HIPOKRIT tidak suka judi dlm masa yg sama menyokong pemimpin
      minum arak,, dan menyokong kandang2 babi diperbesarkan
      10.bersekongkol dgn org2 yg terang-terangan menentang islam

      surah 86,, ayat 13-14
      “sesungguhnya al-quran itu benar benar firman yg memisahkan
      yg hak dan yg batil.”
      “dan sekali-kali bukanlah ia kata kata yg olok-olok.”

      • Orang yang sokong judi , arak dan anti ISLAM bercakap mengenai islam.

        pi mabuk dan main judi le umno

      • Apa yang dikomen diatas adalah UBN israil untuk menentang Islam diMlaysia.
        Inilah dakyah Israil 1Malaysia.

        Aku umno perkayakAN. terima kasih UMNO. TERIMA KASIH BN.

        Orang melayu tidak boleh kaya nanti sokong PAS pula. kalau boleh beri kekayaan kepada Bukan Melayu.

  7. Salam 1Malaysia aka
    Salam TGNA suka.
    Salam kepada duatigasukusakat.
    great chief dan Kucing Kota.

    Alhamdullilah.
    Polis Malaysia tak ikut budaya Kucing Kota.
    Dok tengok, terkelip, kelip mata.
    Nak terkam takut, takut pun kat TIKUS.

    Polis Malaysia ada cara sendiri.
    Demo sikit, semboq dulu, bagi lerai.
    Jangan dok takut kat poliTIKUS.
    Demo, demo tu.
    Deme, deme, depa, depa polis.
    Tak ikut budaya Kucing Kota.
    Budaya kelip, kelip mata.

    Kalau ada great chief pon.
    Polis jangan takut.
    Semboq dulu.
    Tak great setara mana.
    Menangkala sukusakat yang lain pon.
    Pandai kandaq2 saja.
    Dok KeLi, KeLiRu jugak.
    Gubiq pon nak jadi pembangkang saja.

    Orang Siam lemah lembut.
    Dia biaq dulu.
    Biaq dok biaq, itulah jadinya.

    Orang Siam tahu.
    Ini angkara fulus Thaksin.
    Tapi, tengoklah.
    Siam ada caranya sendiri.
    Itu sebab, yang comel2 tu, yang disayangi.
    Kita nama Kucing Siam.

    Kucing Siam dengan Kucing Kota.
    Ada beda.
    Jauh beda.

    Macamlah.
    Yang Islam dan yang mengaku Islam.
    Ada beda.
    Jauh beda.

    Sekadaq TGNA arif tentang beda2 ni.

    • salam,

      Tok bon ada la tahan seorang hamba ALLAH.
      tOK BON MINTA IC DIA KATA TARAK.
      HABIS TOK BON NAK ANGKAT DIA PI
      DIA KATA BERENTI SAT
      DIA KATA DIA ADA SURAT
      TAU SURAT APA……………
      SURAT WAT SAKIT JIWA PERAK ROAD.

      HARAP2 HANG TAK DAK LA SURAT TU.
      KALAU ADA JGN LUPA TELAN UBAT.
      KALAU SINI TANJUNG MARI KATA
      “”””””LAMBONG””””””

      KROSOT

      • Salam great chief.

        Hujung minggu ni, jangan pi mana mana.
        Jangan dok main daun kat Padang Kota.

        Buat azam baru.
        Baca buku.
        Baca sama anak2.
        Biaq anak tengok ayah baca.
        Baru tak mengantuk.
        Baru jadi contoh.

        Nanti, depa besaq.
        Depa tak bakaq bangunan.

        Sekadaq bakaq ikang KeLi, cukuplah.


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