Saifuddin Nasution: ‘Anwarista’ kini mencari peluang politik dalam medan PAS

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Mantan ADUN Lunas, Saifuddin Nasution Ismail kini menempa sejarah baru sebagai ahli politik Pembangkang, dalam politik Kerajaan Pembangkang. Sebagai personaliti pilihan Exco Kanan Kerajaan Negeri Kelantan Dato’ Husam Musa, anak kelahiran Perlis Saifuddin dilantik Pengurus Besar Yayasan Tabung Tok Kenali selama dua tahun itu, kini telah diangkat sebagai Penasihat Strategik PAS, walaupun masih menjadi ahli dan penasihat strategik PKR.

Ini mengundang banyak kontroversi, samada dalam parti PKR dan PAS sendiri. Pada konvensyen tahunan PKR diSeremban Mei lepas, penasihat PKR Anwar Ibrahim terpaksa menjelas dan pertahankan kepada perwakilan tentang kedudukan Saifuddin sebagai ahli PKR dan mantan Naib Presiden PKN, yang kini dilantik kejawatan PAS itu. Biasanya, dalam amalan sebarang parti parti politik, seorang ahli ditegah mengambil bahagian, jauh lagi menduduki apa apa jawatan dalam parti politik lain, terutama yang berbayar. Tiada tindakan diambil oleh PKR, malah ianya mendapat restu dan pembelaan penasihat PKR Anwar Ibrahim, yang sememangnya ‘merajai’ parti yang ujud kerana objektif sempit beliau semata mata semenjak tahun 1999.

Pengambilan Saifuddin keatas peranan strategik dalam PAS itu juga tidak disenangi beberapa kumpulan dalam parti Pembangkang yang satu satunya masih berjaya mengekalkan sebagai Kerajaan Negeri, terutama dikalangan ‘Old Guards‘. Walaupun beliau seorang orator yang bagus, terutama dengan maklumat terkini mengenai isu isu semasa dan pengetahuan mengenai ugama Islam yang boleh dimodalkan dalam percaturan politik, namun begitu ada pemimpin PAS sendiri yang sangsi mengenai personaliti yang beberapa kali ‘melompat’ parti ini.

Saifuddin mula mula menerima perhatian awam apabila pada 9 November 1996, beliau telah ditahan Polis kerana menyerbu masuk persidangan Asia Pacific Conference on East Timor II (Apcet II) diKuala Lumpur. Ketika itu, beliau merupakan Setiausaha Kerja Pemuda UMNO dan Setiausaha Politik Menteri Pertahanan ketika mantan Timbalan Perdana Menteri dan Timbalan Presiden UMNO Anwar Ibrahim dipecat. Kedudukan politik Saifudin kini bertambah rumit, kerana adinda beliau, Shazlan kini bertugas dengan Timbalan Perdana Menteri Dato’ Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak.

Kini beliau memainkan peranan stategik dalam ‘perkongsian rapuh’ parti parti politik Pembangkang, yang sebenarnya mempunyai terlalu banyak kelemahan dan ketidak-sesuaian, samada prinsip, ideologi maupun pendekatan politik mereka. Beliau dikatakan telah ‘renggang’ dengan kepimpinan Anwar Ibrahim dan Azmin Ali, semenjak kempen pilihanraya kecil Ijok April lepas.

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Anwar Ibrahim dan PKR, yang kini dilihat sebagai sanggup membuat apa apa ‘stunt’ politik sekali pun kerana ‘sedang lemas’ (desperate) dalam dilemma antara ke’bankrupt’an modal politik, masalah dalaman PKR yang meruncing dan penerimaan dikalangan rakyat yang sedang menurun, disamping masih lagi kuat menerima sokongan agensi asing dan sangat akrab dengan pemimpin Yahudi Barat. Mantan peguam bela Anwar Ibrahim sendiri yang sanggup dijatuhkan hukuman kerana menghina mahkamah dan kemudian dimalukan dan kecewakan apabila kalah di kerusi Lembah Pantai pada Pilihanraya Umum November 1999 itu, kini mengecam beliau sebagai kuat menyokong “pengkhianat Negara”!

Semakin ramai orang orang Melayu yang sedar akan keadaan ini akan menyukarkan segala apa ‘sandiwara’ yang Saifuddin cuba persembahkan, yang akan dilihat sebagai satu lagi Anwarista yang cuba mengujudkan ‘pementasan bagi pihak Anwar Ibrahim’, tatkala begitu ramai pemimpin PKR dan orang orang kanan Anwar Ibrahim sendiri kecewa dan lari meninggalkanya.

Difahamkan Saifuddin kini giat aktif dalam siri siri ceramah PAS, terutama seluruh Kelantan dan sedang ‘melobi’ agar diberikan tempat dan peluang untuk bertanding dalam pilhanraya umum akan datang dalam Kelantan atas tiket PAS.

Apakah sekarang ini, Saifuddin akan berusaha untuk meng’Anwar Ibrahim’kan PAS, sedangkan ramai ahli ahli/penyokong PAS amat ‘alah’ (allergic) kepada nama “Anwar Ibrahim” dan “PKR” itu sendiri? Atau ahli ahli, penyokong dan pengundi PAS menerima personaliti politik ante-PAS mantan UMNO dan Keadilan ini? Tidakah Saifuddin dilihat sebagai personaliti politik yang tiada pendirian tetap dalam politik dan begitu mudah ‘beralih selera’? Tidakah akan berlaku konflik dalaman PAS antara ‘Old Guards dan ‘Young Turks‘, yang sememangnya payah untuk mendapat ‘keseimbangan’ itu? Dimanakah kareer politik Saifuddin ‘dalam’ PAS, apabila Murshidul Am PAS Dato’ Nik Aziz tidak lagi sebagai Menteri Besar Kelantan dan ‘Young Turks’ seperti Dato’ Husan Musa sendiri tiada ‘perlindungan’/’naungan’ dalam politik dalam PAS? Sekiranya ini berlaku, apakah Saifudin akan ‘melompat katak’ lagi, setelah pernah duduk atas ‘teratai’ politik dalam ‘danau’ UMNO dan PKR?

Persoalan persoalan ini perlukan jawapan dan ini adalah perkembangan menarik yang wajar dilihat.

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  1. Global big names ranging from drugmaker Novartis to oil giant ExxonMobil put down huge sums on big investments in Singapore, including bricks-and-mortar assets as well as research and development activity. GABRIEL CHEN assesses some of these mega deals

    THE stream of huge deals flowing into Singapore this year is striking proof that investors still have plenty of confidence in the country.

    Commitments were made in bricks-and-mortar fixed assets as well as research and development, with some global giants – such as pharmaceutical company Novartis, chipmaker Qimonda, Neste Oil and Renewable Energy Corp – ready to spend at least $1 billion each.

    These mega deals will also create jobs and boost the Republic’s reputation as a hub for petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals and renewable energy.

    Such huge investments are typically based on long-term considerations and are unlikely to be affected by cyclical events, although economists say a severe global recession could still delay some of them.

    Standard Chartered Bank economist Alvin Liew believes that as long as Singapore’s fundamentals remain sound and long-term growth projections remain buoyant, ‘investment commitments will be there and not fall off the cliff’.

    ExxonMobil’s Jurong Island petrochemical plant

    EXXONMOBIL announced in September that it would go ahead with its second multibillion-dollar petrochemical complex on Jurong Island.

    The new Singapore Parallel Train complex is estimated to cost US$4 billion (S$5.8 billion) – almost double the cost of ExxonMobil’s first complex, which is also on Jurong Island.

    The Train, which will be up and running by early 2011, will be equipped to turn crude oil components into petrochemical products that are new to consumers in booming Asia, said the oil giant.

    For example, it will be the first location in the world where ExxonMobil will produce large-scale commercial quantities of a new-age material called Vistamaxx. This is a kind of speciality elastomer or rubber said to have unprecedented elasticity, softness and strength, with uses ranging from medical equipment to space-age fabrics.

    ExxonMobil said 400 business and plant jobs will be created when the second complex is up and running.

    Its total investment in Singapore now comes to around US$11 billion.

    Novartis’ cutting-edge drug facility in Tuas

    SWISS drug giant Novartis announced its biggest-ever manufacturing investment – a US$700 million (S$1.01 billion) plant to produce protein-based drugs, known also as biopharmaceuticals.

    The facility will be sited in Tuas, next to its US$180 million tablet-making plant, Novartis announced in October. Construction of the plant will begin next year and will create more than 300 jobs when it is completed in 2012.

    The plant will carry out clinical and commercial manufacturing of products that can be used to treat such afflictions as cancer, asthma, arthritis and spinal cord injury.

    The development is especially significant as the drugs the plant will produce – known as biologics – are at the forefront of the global pharmaceutical industry.

    Industry watchers say biologics are set to be the pharmaceutical sector’s main growth driver in the next three years.

    World’s largest biodiesel complex by Neste Oil

    FINLAND’S Neste Oil is investing 550 million euros (S$1.15 billion) to build a biodiesel plant in Tuas, which will be the world’s largest.

    Construction will start next year and the plant will be completed in 2010, said the Helsinki-listed company in November.

    The plant, which will convert palm oil into car fuel, will be able to produce 800,000 tonnes of biodiesel annually.

    Biodiesels are a renewable energy source as they are derived from crops that can be repeatedly grown and harvested.

    Also, Neste says greenhouse gas emissions from its fuel are 40 to 60 per cent less than those from conventional diesel.

    It will most likely use locally produced palm oil for the plant, which will eventually employ 100 people.

    Shell Eastern’s petrochemical plant

    SHELL Eastern Petroleum announced in April it will build a butadiene extraction unit to complement the US$3 billion (S$4.4 billion) petrochemicals complex that will be completed in 2009.

    Though it did not reveal the cost of the unit, industry watchers say it could run into ‘several tens of millions of dollars’.

    Butadiene is used to produce polymers and chemical intermediates for making end-products such as synthetic rubber.

    Shell’s wholly-owned complex will span Pulau Bukom and Jurong Island.

    When completed, the complex will employ about 200 engineers, skilled workers and semi-skilled labour.

    Singapore-led group’s Jurong petrochem facility

    A CONSORTIUM led by Singapore’s Jurong Aromatics Corp (JAC) will build a US$2 billion (S$2.9 billion) petrochemical plant on Jurong Island, JAC announced in October. Its partners include Swiss- based oil and commodity trading house Glencore and South Korean refiner SK Energy.

    The facility will produce petrochemicals such as benzene and xylene, which are used in end-products like detergents.

    Construction will begin next year and is expected to be completed by 2011.

    Renewable Energy Corp’s solar plant in Tuas

    NORWEGIAN firm Renewable Energy Corp is building a $6.3 billion plant for making solar energy products.

    The plant will have the capacity to make solar modules with annual output of 1.5 gigawatts – enough to power several million households, the firm announced in October. The plant, to be built in Tuas View, is expected to start output in 2010 and create 3,000 jobs.

    Qimonda’s wafer fab in Tampines

    GERMAN chipmaker Qimonda will build an estimated $4 billion wafer fabrication plant in Tampines.

    The plant, announced in April, will make Dram chips that usually go into personal computers. Production is expected to start in 2009 with 1,500 jobs created.

  2. Translations for: Stupid

    Dansk (Danish)
    adj. – dumt, tåbeligt, fjollet, stupidt, dorsk, sløv, kedelig
    n. – dumhed

    Nederlands (Dutch)
    stom, dwaas

    Français (French)
    adj. – stupide, bête, idiot, imbécile, abruti
    n. – imbécile

    Deutsch (German)
    adj. – dumm, benommen
    n. – Dummkopf

    Ελληνική (Greek)
    adj. – ηλίθιος, ανόητος, ενοχλητικός

    Italiano (Italian)
    idiota, stupido

    Português (Portuguese)
    adj. – lerdo

    Русский (Russian)
    дурак, глупый, скучный, оцепеневший

    Español (Spanish)
    adj. – tonto, bobo, estúpido, atontado, aturdido, soso, aburrido, sin interés
    n. – tonto, bobo, estúpido, necio

    Svenska (Swedish)
    adj. – dum, enfaldig, obegåvad, tråkig, ledsam, omtöcknad

    中文(简体) (Chinese (Simplified))
    愚蠢的, 笨的, 迟钝的, 麻木的, 无知觉的, 无聊的, 讨厌的, 乏味的, 笨蛋, 傻瓜

    中文(繁體) (Chinese (Traditional))
    adj. – 愚蠢的, 笨的, 遲鈍的, 麻木的, 無知覺的, 無聊的, 討厭的, 乏味的
    n. – 笨蛋, 傻瓜

    한국어 (Korean)
    adj. – 어리석은, 우둔한, 몹시 시시한
    n. – 바보 , 멍청이

    日本語 (Japanese)
    adj. – ばかな, ばかげた, 下らない, ぼうっとした, 感覚が麻痺した
    n. – ばか

    العربيه (Arabic)
    ‏(صفه) غبي, أحمق‏

    עברית (Hebrew)
    adj. – ‮טיפשי, אווילי, מגוחך, מטומטם, מעורפל-חושים, משעמם‬
    n. – ‮מטומטם, טיפשון‬

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  3. Satu lagi ‘wayang’ oleh Puppet Master dalam siri ‘sandiwara’ yang tidak sudah sudah!

    Berangan betul Saifudin Nasution ni. Mentang mentang bini orang Machang, sekarang ni berangan nak lawan Sazmi Miah diMachang pulak.

    Dulu Setpol Menteri Kota Tinggi, lepas tu Adun Lunas, sekarang ni nak jadi MP Machang pulak! Dia ingat orang Mache ni bongok ka????

  4. […] Pengurus Besar, Tabung Tok Kenali, satu agensi dibawah Kerajaan PAS Kelantan. Saifuddin dikatakan ‘ayam tambatan’ aka Anwarista Anwar Ibrahim dan kini menjadi ‘blue eyed boy’ Exco Kanan Kelantan, Dato’ Husam […]

  5. […] sendiri semata mata dan berterusan ‘bersandiwara’, termasuk sanggup mempertahankan kewajaran Anwarista ‘Ayam Tambatan’ beliau sendiri berkhidmat dalam parti politik lain. Kesan ’sandiwara’ berpanjangan ini […]

  6. ini adalah satu artikel yg bermodalkan sumber2 yg cetek.jelas sekali


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