Ku Li: Saya ada resipi selesai masalah kenaikan harga minyak

Mantan Naib Presiden UMNO Tengku Tan Sri Razaleigh Hamzah malam ini menegaskan bahawa beliau mempunyai ‘resipi’ untuk menyelesaikan masalah rakyat, jangkamasa pendek ke serdehana akibat kenaikan harga runcit petrol dan diesel dua minggu lepas diumumkan PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Beliau menyifatkan kenaikan harga runcit petrol sebanyak RM 0.78 dan diesel RM 1.00 seliter mendadak merupakan amat membebankan rakyat. “Apakah Kerajaan bersedia sekiranya harga minyak naik lagi? Apa persediaan seterusnya apabila harga minyak naik lagi?”.

“Buruknya ekonomi kita kalau kita tidak merancang kerana kenaikan harga pasaran minyak peringkat antarabangsa”, sambil menjelaskan keperluan untuk merancang secara teliti kesan kenaikan minyak yang dijangkakan akan berterusan.

“Keadaan politik tidak boleh distabilkan kerana keyakinan rakyat kepada Kepimpinan amat rendah”, dalam ulasan mengenai masalah ‘Tsunami Politik’ yang melanda UMNO dan BN, yang PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Abdullah masih berdegil untuk mengaku kekalahan dan rakyat sebenarnya menolak Kepimpinan dan bukan parti. Beliau juga mengulas tindakan SAPP untuk menunjukan ketidak keyakinan kepada Kepimpinan dengan cadangan membawa usul undi tidak percaya kepada PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Abdullah dan bukan BN, Isnin ini di Dewan Rakyat.

Beliau berucap dalam satu majlis makan malam anjuran UMNO sekitar Titiwangsa dan Ampang. Beliau mengesa agar calon calon UMNO akan datang dipilih dan ditentukan oleh Jawatankuasa Bahagian, “Mereka ini yang memahami keperluan masyarakat setempat dan bukan diputuskan di Putrajaya”.

*Perkembangan dikemas kini 19 Jun 2008 100am

Dalam sessi sidang media selepas majlis, Ahli Parlimen Gua Musang ini menegaskan “Kepimpinan gagal menangani permasalahan yang dibangkitkan oleh parti komponen Sabah, walaupun telah berkali kali mengadakan pertemuan”, bagi menjawab soalan mengenai cadangan SAPP untuk mengadakan undi tidak percaya dalam Dewan Rakyat Isnin ini. “Kepimpinan sepatutnya memanggil Yong Teck Lee dan cuba selesaikan, daripada membiarkan SAPP mencuba untuk undi tidak percaya keatas PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Abdullah. Ini adalah sesuatu yang buruk!”.

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  1. Hopefully Kuli tak bagi recipe tu kat Flipping Flopper, nanti dia akan dabik dada mengaku ‘Ini Idea Saya! –

    p/s bro BigDog, the link to Apanama from your site shud be – http://www.apanama2020.blogspot.com – tq for da link bro.

  2. Ku Li bercakap tentang cara penyelesaian masalah seolah-olah dia telah berjaya menjadi calon presiden Umno. Fokus sepatutnya ialah untuk mendapatkan pencalonan yang memenuhi kuota untuk melayakkan diri bertanding. Memanglah banyak pihak menyatakan sokongan kepadanya dalam jelajahnya ke seluruh negara. Namun, resmi Umno memang begitu. Semuanya mahu bermain cara selamat. Apabila di hadapan Ku Li, beria-ia menyatakan sokongan. Pertimbangannya, jika Ku Li berjaya dalam usahanya, bolehlah mereka ini mendabik dada kepada Ku Li bahawa merekalah yang memberikan kemenangan kepadanya. Walhal, kebanyakannya lebih cenderung kepada kuasa yang sedia ada, kerana sudah pasti menjanjikan habuan. Walau bagaimanapun, kita berharap supaya Ku Li akan berjaya dalam usahanya itu kerana lebih lama Dolah dalih menerajui parti dan negara, lebih parah keadaannya.

  3. Mungkin saya silap.. mungkin kerana emosi… tapi bukankah ini seolah-olah sama percakapan dengan Anwar Ibrahim?

    walaubagaimanapun, baguslah sekiranya ada resipi itu.. lebih bagus sekiranya kita dapat mencari tukang masak yang hebat utk menyajikan kita resipi itu..

    Ku Li adalah pengasas Petronas dalam 1974. Asas perjajian pengeluaran yang masih diguna pakai hari ini ialah draf asal beliau. Perancangan untuk Petronas membina loji saringan dan memprosesan minyak dalam negara adalah rancangan beliau. Beliau kemudian menjadi Menteri Kewangan dan Perdagangan dan Industri.

    Beliau masih lagi selalu berunding dengan pemain pemain utama petroleum dunia, yang dikenali sebagai “The six sisters”.

  4. Baguslah, itupun kalau Tengku dapat jadi Presiden. Tak kisahlah itu semua. Yang penting kita orang Melayu dan Islam ni perlu bersatu. Nampak gaya sekarang Pak Lah macam nak jual negara dan hancur kan UMNO. Kita tunggu dan lihatlah. Minyak naik, harga barang akan naik. Masalah rakyat dibuat bodoh aje. Naik minyak sampai 78sen potong elaun keraian untuk cover line. Harga barang langsung tak boleh nak dijangka, lepas tu keluar statement bodoh “Ubah cara hidup” ubah cara hidup tengkorak dia!!! Cuba Pak Lah mulakan, kalau tak tahu pergi belajar ngan Tuan Guru Nik Aziz. Sendiri potong gaji dan elaun 50%.

    Memang benar rakyat tidak menolak BN, tetapi rakyat menolak pimpinan Pak Lah Tengkorak ni. Tapi si tengkorak ni ingat rakyat masih bagi sokongan kat dia. Kalau tak percaya “cuba adakan undi SMS orang ramai” aku rasa rakyat akan menolak si tengkorak ni.

    Tapi aku rasa si tengkorak ni ada agenda dia sendiri. Bukan kerana harta untuk keluarga dia ke atau apa-apa. Benda ni semua berlaku atas dasar memang Pak Lah dah jadi tengkorak hidup.

    Ya allah, selamatkan ugama dan negara kami dari si tengkorak hidup ni. Amiiiiiinnn

  5. Bigdoggy,

    While we want to help Ku Li, let us look at the facts:

    1. The Oil Future
    Government can’t repeal the law of supply and demand, but it could curb speculative excess.
    Wednesday, June 18, 2008; A14

    ADEMOCRATIC energy bill has died in the Senate — and it’s probably just as well. For the most part, it was election-year symbolism. Several provisions, such as a Justice Department investigation of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, a windfall profits tax and an end to certain oil industry tax breaks, might have stuck it to alleged culprits, but they would have had little or no impact on prices at the gas pump.

    Congress cannot repeal the law of supply and demand. In real terms, the price of crude oil has topped the postwar record set in 1980. Between these two peaks, oil was cheap — encouraging Americans to adopt fuel consumption habits that are painful to sustain now. And we were not the only ones gassing up; India, China and other rapidly growing developing nations began consuming more as well. Especially in the past two years, global demand has begun to outstrip supply — as production stagnated or declined slightly in Mexico, Venezuela, the North Sea and even Saudi Arabia. According to BP, the international oil company, global oil production fell by 126,000 barrels a day in 2007, while consumption grew by a million barrels a day. Notably, all of last year’s increase came in countries other than the United States and Europe, where demand actually went down a bit. Prospects are for more of the same, and the commodities markets reflect that.

    Still, market fundamentals cannot explain sudden, dramatic recent price movements, such as the $11 a barrel spike on Friday, June 6. In that sense, Democrats in Congress have a point: The froth in the oil market stems at least in part from financial factors — a.k.a. speculation. According to Michael Masters of Masters Capital Management, hedge funds and other institutional investors boosted their investments in commodities such as food and crude oil from $13 billion at the end of 2003 to $260 billion as of March 2008. The Federal Reserve’s recent interest rate cuts have contributed a fresh supply of cheap dollars to this tide. Commodities markets can be wonderfully efficient at helping producers and purchasers of raw materials hedge against supply disruptions. When they function as designed, society benefits. Current events suggest, however, that the exchanges are becoming a repository for “hot money.”

    Government could do something about this. One provision of the doomed Senate bill would have discouraged speculation by requiring commodities traders to put up more cash. This might help, if applied to institutional investors. The independent Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) already has the authority to take such a step in a declared “emergency.” The CFTC could also rescind its current policy of “no action” on lightly regulated exchanges that are nominally based overseas — but whose infrastructure is partly located in the United States. The CFTC said yesterday that the London-based ICE Futures Europe has agreed to adopt position limits used in the United States for trading West Texas intermediate crude oil contracts, which are tied to similar contracts on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Foreign officials also will share trading data with U.S. authorities daily rather than weekly. The CFTC has promised a broader interagency study of speculation; that is a reasonable idea given the paucity of hard information on the commodities markets. Unless underlying economic forces can tame excessive speculation, regulators may have to do more.

    2. McCain Delivers Remarks on Energy and Economic Policy
    CQ Transcripts Wire
    Wednesday, June 18, 2008; 3:12 PM

    SPEAKER: SEN. JOHN MCCAIN, R-ARIZ

    Thank you all very much. Dr. Nietzel, I appreciate the introduction, and the warm welcome to Missouri State. We have some distinguished guests here today. And one of them is a son of Missouri who went on to become our Supreme Allied Commander in Europe — my friend, General James Jones.

    I’m here to learn about energy issues as well as to talk. So let me just offer a few thoughts before we turn to our panel and then take some questions.

    The fact is, people have been worrying and talking about America’s energy problems since long before the students here were even born. A lot of folks in Washington are still talking about it too — talking is what they do. But this nation cannot afford to put off serious energy reform any longer. For the sake of our economy, for the sake of our environment, and for the sake of our national security, we need to get it done and get it right.

    All across this state and nation, people are hurting. Small farmers, truckers, and taxi drivers are unable to cover their costs. Small business owners are struggling to meet payroll. The cost of living is rising, and the value of paychecks is falling. All of this, in large part, because the price of oil is too high, and the supply of oil is too uncertain. Working Americans rightly believe their government has a duty to finally assure the energy security of this country.

    Even one extra penny at the pump costs our people a total of one billion dollars more in a single year. And there are other costs to our economy as well, like the effect of oil imports on our trade deficit. Petroleum-related imports came to 331 billion dollars last year, and the bill keeps rising. We are actually borrowing from foreign lenders to buy oil from foreign producers. Over time, in interest payments, we have lost trillions of dollars that could have been better invested in American enterprises.

    The sum effect of these international deficits is a weaker dollar that undermines confidence in the American economy. The weak dollar is a further tax on the economy in the form of higher prices for everything we import — including oil itself. And we wind up caught between the rock of slower growth and the hard place of inflation.

    For his part, Senator Obama has a different outlook on all of this. Instead of new energy production, he wants new energy taxes. And he’s against any tax relief to give folks a break at the pump. I’ve noticed a pattern here. When the speechmaking is over and you stop to figure out what all the rhetoric really amounts to, the answer is usually some new tax. For Senator Obama, the solution to every problem and the answer to every challenge is a new tax. And he is convinced that a 1970’s-style windfall profits tax is just what America needs in the 21st Century.

    But it’s pretty clear to most of us that when it comes to energy, what we really need is to produce more, use less, and find new sources of power. The next president must be willing to break with the energy policies not just of the current administration, but the administrations that preceded it, and lead a great national campaign to achieve energy security for America.

    In the short term, this requires more domestic production, especially in the Outer Continental Shelf. We need to encourage production in ways that are consistent with sensible standards of environmental protection. And in states that permit exploration, there must be a sharing of benefits between state and federal governments. But as a matter of fairness to the American people, we must assure affordable fuel for America by increasing domestic production.

    When I announced this policy the other day, Senator Obama wasted no time in mischaracterizing it. He described my position as — you guessed it — another example of Bush’s third term. I guess the senator has changed his position since voting for the 2005 Bush energy bill — a grab-bag of corporate handouts that I opposed. Come to think of it, that energy bill was the only time we’ve ever seen Senator Obama vote in favor of any tax break — and it was a tax break for the oil companies.

    In the big picture, of course, more domestic production of oil is only part of the solution. We need a fresh start as well to meet America’s growing electricity needs. And if we’re looking for a vast supply of reliable and low-cost electricity — with zero carbon emissions and long-term price stability — that’s the working definition of nuclear energy.

    One obstacle to expanding our nuclear-powered electricity is the mindset of those who prefer to buy time and hope that our energy problems will somehow solve themselves. It has a lot more to do with the politics of matter than with the merits. And you can observe this approach even in the case of the senator from the state with more nuclear power plants than any other. Senator Obama says, “I am not a nuclear energy proponent.” I think that makes him a nuclear energy opponent, though he does have a knack for nuance and it’s not entirely clear.

    In any case, I am a proponent of this clean, safe, and efficient source of energy. Right now, we have 104 nuclear reactors in our country, generating about twenty percent of our electricity. Every year, these reactors alone spare the atmosphere from the equivalent of nearly all auto emissions in America. Yet for all these benefits, we have not broken ground on a single nuclear plant in over thirty years. And our manufacturing base to even construct these plants is almost gone. China, Russia, and India are all planning to build more than a hundred new power plants among them in the coming decades. Across Europe there are 197 reactors in operation, and nations including France and Belgium derive more than half their electricity from nuclear power. And if all of these nations can find a way to carry out great goals in energy policy, then I assure you that the United States is more than equal to the challenge.

    So, if I am elected president, I will set this nation on a course to building 45 new reactors by the year 2030, with the ultimate goal of 100 new plants to power the homes and factories and cities of America. This task will be as difficult as it is necessary. We will need to recover all the knowledge and skills that have been lost over three stagnant decades in a highly technical field. We will need to solve complex problems of moving and storing materials that will always need safeguarding. We will need to do all of these things, and do them right, as we have done great things before. At the same time, we must invest more in the great task of acquiring clean-coal technology. Coal is a strategic national resource, and today provides most of our nation’s electricity — and about 85 percent here in Missouri. Burning coal cleanly is a challenge of practical problem solving and human ingenuity, and we have no shortage of those in this country. Perhaps no advancement in energy technology could mean more to America than the clean burning of coal and the capture and storage of carbon emissions. And to this end, as president, I will commit two billion dollars each year on clean-coal research and development. We will build the demonstration plants, refine the techniques and equipment, and make clean coal a reality. This single achievement will open vast amounts of our oldest and most abundant resource. And it will deliver not only electricity but jobs to some of the areas hardest hit by our economic troubles.

    The good that clean coal can do extends around the world — and into its skies. Once we supply the means of clean-burning coal and carbon capture, nations everywhere will pursue the same end: abundant energy with low carbon emissions. China in particular has enormous coal reserves that could power its continued economic growth cleanly and efficiently. And by mastering the technology, America will lead the way.

    In the progress of other alternative energy sources — such as wind, solar, geothermal, tide, and hydroelectric — government must be an ally but not an arbiter. In less than a generation, wind power alone could account for a fifth or more of all our electricity. And just in recent memory, solar energy has gone from a novelty to a fast- growing industry. I’ve voted against the current patchwork of tax credits for renewable power because they were temporary, and often the result of who had the best lobbyist instead of who had the best ideas. But the objective itself was right and urgent. And when I’m signing laws, instead of casting one of a hundred votes, I intend to see that objective better served. We will reform this effort so that it is fair, rational, and permanent, letting the market decide which ideas can move us toward clean and renewable energy.

    We Americans like to say that there is no problem we can’t solve, however complicated, and no obstacle we cannot overcome if we meet it together. I believe this about our country. I know this about our country. And now it is time to show those qualities once again. I thank you all for your kind attention, and now let me turn you over to my friends on the panel.

  6. Contrary to what Che Det Tun has to say – Ku Li will have only two division nominations – Ku Li will fulfill all requirements to stand as a clear candidate to contest the post of Presiden UMNO and win(6:4) in this coming December UMNO election. Ameen.

  7. Salam

    Betulkah Anwar Agen Amerika ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Sc5irk1zHk

    Anwar sokong Amerika serang Iraq http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDOTQX8Yw8s

    Betulkah Anwar terima duit Yahudi?

    Sumber :
    http://www.anwaribrahimdotcom.blogspot.com/

  8. Salam Semua
    Berita Pak Lah

    21 Jun 2008, semua ketua cawangan umno negeri johor akan berhimpun di KL. Malam ada persembahan hiburan di PWTC

    22 Jun 2008 taklimat oleh Pak Lah kepada semua ketua cawangan umno seluruh negeri johor

    Kos 10 juta

    apa pandangan ahli-ahli umno semua?

  9. awk sebenarnya cute pada bahagian yang botak 2…hahah…
    gurau jer li….jgn mrh….nanti cepat tua…huhh….walaupun dah tua…tp…kepala awk mmg menggoda……maaf lah….bkn nk wat lawak,,,,serius ni,,hurmmm…..x perlah li….sy sibok ni…nk g berak jap….love u forever n ever……uummmuuaahhh….(danger kiss)…..kim salam kt abg jid 2….ckp…kepala dy mmg cute lah….geram i tauuu….dh lah…buang masa layan kau li…….ayg blah dlu ae….ee


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