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Manohara Odelia Pinot Tragedy   New window

Date: Sunday, 26 Apr 2009 19:39

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Manohara Odelia Pinot young model is the birth of Jakarta, 28 February 1992. Born of a patrician Bugis mother, Daisy Fajarina and father France nation, Reiner Pinot Noack, no wonder if Manohara, name call, inherited form of the face and shapely body.

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His name began to rebound when the entry in the list of 100 Pesona Indonesia by Harper's Bazaar magazine. At the young age that he still has a noble goal, ie, have a social foundation, to help each other the less able.

Unfortunately, life is like a model to study the language and art is not to be beautiful before. Manohara Odelia Pinot be married with a young prince of Malaysia, Tengku Muhammad Fakhry is still in the age of 16.

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This begins from the meeting Manohara with Tengku Fakhry in December 2006. They meet in the reception dinner. From that, the prince fall in love. Although terpaut age difference, but the second man is engaged with Manohara mother permit, Daisy.

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Not long after that, says Tengku Fakhry desires to marry a former paramour Ardie Bakri this. On 17 August 2008, Manohara and their families to leave for Malaysia on the invitation Tengku Fakhry family.

Although the impression was too fast and does not approve, but this pair finally married on August 26 2008. In fact marriage is not the her Mother hopes, Daisy. Manohara was not happy and vague to Jakarta via Singapore on the end of 2008.

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Knowing the vague wife, Tengku Fakhri trying to coax the woman back home. Thorough, Manohara compliment the prince with a car in Manohara Odelia Pinot birthday on 25 February 2009.

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Not only coax the wife, Tengku Fakhry try taking a careful family Manohara too. The prince invites Manohara and their families to Umroh at the end of February 2009. This is where events start happening that make the prop bunda fog. At home, the family left the board Manohara, are Manohara Odelia Pinot and the husband has been raised to the aircraft.

Upon return to the ground water, in mid-March 2009, Daisy reported this incident to the King of Kelantan, Malaysia but there is no response until now. Daisy-ban even get in Malaysia.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

It is Time..

To all Malaysians: Stand up for Perak on May 7

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Tuesday, 05 May 2009 15:30

By Wong Choon Mei, Suara Keadilan

Pro-democracy groups are calling on all Malaysians to dress in black wherever they are and whatever they may be doing on Thursday, May 7 - a day that will surely go down in history as one of the darkest in the country’s history.

On May 7, Thursday, Prime Minister Najib Razak’s Umno party will disregard all democratic rights, including the laws of the land, when his appointed chief minister for the northwestern Perak state, Zambry Kadir, pushes through motions in the legislative assembly to seal his party’s hold on power.

After three months, the coup d’├ętat that Najib orchestrated in February, with the help of the Perak Sultan, has failed to gain the acceptance of the Perak people.

Instead of abating, their demands have intensified for fresh election to re-determine their state government. But to no avail! And this is the 21st century!

The Pakatan Rakyat administration led by popular PAS leader Nizar Jamaluddin was toppled as a result of the power grab, although it has the same number of seats as the Umno-BN coalition.

The peoples’ rights were clearly trampled on and ruthlessly suppressed.

Nizar has vowed to attend Thursday’s sitting and to fight on for the Perak people. His Pakatan coalition has vowed to support him all the way.

The Pakatan Rakyat leadership of Anwar Ibrahim, Lim Kit Siang and Abdul Hadi Awang asks all Malaysians to stand up for Perak.

Stand up for democracy and insist on your right to choose your own leaders!

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Suara Keadilan appends below comments from civil society leaders and human rights groups on the Perak debacle

Ramon Navaratnam, director of Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute
The whole chaotic situation has come about because the basic fundamental right of free and fair election was not observed.

Those at the very top must recognize this and take heed that this chaos and unhappiness is real and is caused by the peoples’ deep distress that their wishes have not prevailed.

Freedom of expression through fair and free election is being thwarted by the lack of political will on the part of many. There is only way way out of this chaos and confusion - free and fair election.

Only when the people of Perak are satisfied that they have been allowed to go through a process of utterly free and utterly fair election, then only will they be at peace.

P Ramakrishnan, president of social reform and human rights group Aliran
Rest assured that Perakians will long remember this hypocrisy and they will punish Umno without fail. The rallying cry for the next general election will be 
Remember Perak – Remember the Injustice!

Gavin Khoo, political analyst
My question is “Is Malaysia a rule-based society?”. What is the value of the constitution and rule of law if the guardians of our democratic rights can easily manipulate and misinterpret these rights to serve their own interests?

If we have to spend scarce resources on a good cause such as preserving our democratic rights then it has to be done e.g. the power grab and illegitimate government in Perak. It is clear and without a doubt that the BN installed Menteri Besar and state government would lose a state wide election if one is called. Simply, this was not the government elected by the people. Hence, to ensure our democracy works, it is important to go back to the people.

The society can only change for the better if everyone of us is committed to the effort of making this country better than what it was yesterday. We should decide if we wanted a better future for ourselves and our children.

Stop looking for the next politician or royalty to save us. Make all of them accountable for their words and action. You can make a difference. Do something for Malaysia.

Matthias Chang, former political secretary and adviser to ex-PM Mahathir Mohamad
Give Perak to them (the Pakatan Rakyat) and it will be their quagmire! Believe me. Don’t waste time in Perak. The Royal Household has created a big hole. Get out of it now!

From the Peoples’ Parliament
Imagine 7th May, and Malaysians from all walks of life, from Johore in the south right up to Perlis way up north, and our brothers and sisters in East Malaysia, at the train stations, bus stops, markets, offices, eating stalls, shopping malls, all dressed in black!

Imagine the youth, flash-mob style, turning fast food joints and shopping centres gloomy with their black attire!

Imagine the foreign and online media reporting how Malaysians turned out in full force throughout the country, all dressed in black wherever they were, to send a clear message to Najib and his cohorts in BN :

WE DO NOT APPROVE OF WHAT YOU HAVE DONE IN PERAK. RESTORE POWER BACK TO THE PEOPLE NOW OR BE PREPARED TO PAY DEARLY

I t will not take much for you to be a part of this effort. You do not have to give up a day at work. Heck go to work and get your colleagues to join you.

Make the effort now to call up at least 10 people you know and urge them to turn Malaysia black this 7th May.