Friday, 22 January 2010

Phoenix from Ashes.

Khairy Jamaluddin (KJ) - the current Barisan Nasional and UMNO Youth Chief in his first year as the leader of the wing. The most competitive seat that he won. Tall, handsome and expressionless, he looks exactly like a man whom I thought could lead the youth of the nation; of nearly infinite variation should. He was once before getting methodically and mercilessly crushed by his once opponents.

‘He rose like phoenix from ashes’ a close friend of his text me once.

Genius can appear anywhere, but the origins of KJ’s talent are particularly mysterious.

When I first met him, I remember him petting my shoulder and for some reason which I still can’t get, I knew that KJ is going to bring some change to the youth in Malaysia.

Even pro-politicians, lecturers, professors etc. (I read once in an article published by an international university) a population inured to demonstrations of extraordinary intellect have been electrified by KJ’s rise. KJ is a leader at the early age of his 30’s and a man who would bring change to the youth of Malaysia.

In conversation, KJ offers subtle clues to his intelligence. His speech is technical fact to fact, grammatically flawless and logically irresistible. He dresses neatly and at the same time shows absolute comfort with formality. He would at times seem older than his age but for his habit of intermingle and his warmth, he will make his guests feel like they’ve known each other for ages.

KJ is rooted in a deep intuitive sense no computer can teach and that his supporters have a natural feel for where to ‘place the pieces’.

According to KJ in his recent interview with The Nut Graph, KJ quoted as saying “I prefer Pemuda to become a solution provider, sometimes merely pressuring the government to do this or not do that can make you popular in short term, but sooner or later people will ask “What’s your alternative?”” which is also KJ’s vision for Pemuda Barisan Nasional and Pemuda UMNO.

Let me say this to the oppressors; “the fear surrounding any such beautiful mind is that a life spent probing the edges of the never ending unintelligent conclusions, the possible variations of leading a few - the ‘estimated number of atoms in the universe’ will eventually lead to madness”.

Whatever whoever says, me-myself and those uncountable supporters of KJ will always be there by KJ’s side we will let KJ lead.

At the same time, it’s difficult to predict what will happen.

So far, at least, KJ has been making all the right moves.

Sameer Khan.

Monday, 18 January 2010

'Santai bersama KJ' session.

KJFC is organizing its first session to meet YB KJ up close and personal.

To ALL members who would like to meet YB KJ in person, please send a private message to Irkzik Imza (in KJFC on Facebook) with your name and contact number and he will get back to you immediately.

Please send it in fast because it will only be exclusive to 10 individuals per session.

Sessions will start from the 26th of this month and every tuesday for 2010.

Sunday, 17 January 2010

Barisan Youth chiefs hail quick action to curb ‘problem’.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Barisan Nasional Youth chiefs yesterday commended the authorities for their swift action leading to the prosecution of a 25-year-old student who used threatening words on his Facebook account on the controversy over the use of the word “Allah” on Thursday.

Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin said he hoped the authorities will continue taking such measures until the real culprits behind the arson attacks are caught.

“The student may say it is a joke but things like this should never be a laughing matter.

“His actions were irresponsible and insensitive, not only to Christians but also to Muslims,” he said to reporters after attending a Ponggal celebration festival held by the MIC Youth here yesterday.

MIC Youth chief T. Mohan said the Internal Security Act should be used to detain those with intention to cause racial and religious tension.

“It is vital that the authorities use the law to protect the country from people who want to disrupt our unity,” he said.

MCA Youth chief Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said the prosecution of the student showed the commitment of the authorities in maintaining the peace in the country.

“We respect freedom of speech but we do not condone those who spread malice and lies,” he said.

-Source, The Star Online.

Saturday, 16 January 2010

BN Youth on a Vital Mission.

PETALING JAYA: Barisan Nasional Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin has directed youth wings of the component parties in east Malaysia to go down to the ground to explain the “Allah” controversy.

“We do not want any parties to exploit the issue in east Malaysia.

“We are glad to receive feedback that folk in Sabah are staying cool over the issue although the situation in peninsula is hot,” he said after Liberal Democratic Party youth secretary Dexter Lim led a delegation to pay a courtesy call on him at the Umno headquarters here yesterday.

Lim said the meeting was aimed at strengthening collaboration in preparation for the next general election.

Khairy also said the younger generation was fed up with non-stop politicking in Barisan component parties.

-Source, The Star Online.

YB Khairy Jamaluddin's PC after Pongal Programme at MIC HQ.

Saturday, 9 January 2010

Khairy Jamaluddin on Al Jazeera at Metro Tabernacle Church.

YB KJ orang pertama melawat Metro Tabernacle.

Khabarnya ramai Menteri sedang melawat Gereja yang dibakar. Alhamdulillah, semangat 1Malaysia merentasi batasan kaum. Keamanan perlu dipelihara. Tahniah kepada Ketua Pemuda UMNO yang menjadi orang pertama melawat pagi semalam. Ini jenis pemimpin 1Malaysia yang kita mahu. Bukan 'playsafe' dan ikut rentak tapi berani mulakan rentak. BERANI KERANA BENAR!!!

Wednesday, 6 January 2010

Isu Kalimah 'Allah': Kenyataan Ketua Pergerakan Pemuda UMNO Malaysia.

When majority in Malaysia are acting emotionally about the use of 'Allah' by Herald, YB KJ acts in the most rational manner by saying that Majlis Fatwa and the Catholic Church should meet and solve the matter. Our youth chief came out with the best idea, no doubts in supporting YB KJ at all for me. Better than writing a letter and telling a judge 'you've been a bad boy'!

Isu Kalimah 'Allah': Kenyataan Ketua Pergerakan Pemuda UMNO Malaysia.
Pergerakan Pemuda UMNO Malaysia memandang serius perdebatan kalimah Allah yang menjurus dari keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur membenarkan majalah The Herald menggunakan 'Allah' sebagai rujukan kepada Tuhan sembahan mereka. Kalimah 'Allah' sepertimana yang difahami oleh orang Islam adalah satu kalimah suci yang membawa erti Tuhan yang Maha Esa.

Pemuda UMNO juga mengambil maklum sentimen di kalangan akar umbi Melayu dan Islam yang begitu risau dengan perkembangan ini, disamping tidak menolak sensitiviti penganut agama Katolik.

Oleh itu, Pemuda UMNO menyarankan agar satu pertemuan diadakan antara wakil Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan dan pihak Gereja Katolik yang menerbitkan majalah The Herald. Dialog hasil perjumpaan ini bakal menjadi titik pertemuan bagi kedua-dua pihak disamping menjadi medium menyampaikan kekhuatiran umat Islam di Malaysia kepada pihak penerbit, lantas mencari jalan penyelesaian kepada kemelut ini.

Disamping Pemuda UMNO menghormati proses undang-undang yang sedang berjalan, Pemuda UMNO juga percaya bahawa isu sensitif ini perlu kepada satu penyelesaian yang lebih menyeluruh supaya prinsip saling menghormati dapat dipelihara berdasarkan dialog antara pihak yang terlibat. Pemuda UMNO percaya ini adalah sejajar dengan gagasan 1Malaysia yang memerlukan pemahaman merentas batasan kaum dan agama.

Harapan Pemuda UMNO adalah dialog yang dicadangkan ini akan dapat memastikan pandangan kedua-dua belah pihak dapat disampaikan tanpa perlu memanjangkan perdebatan isu ini di dalam akhbar, sekaligus mengurangkan ketegangan hubungan antara kaum dan agama. Keharmonian di kalangan masyarakat majmuk di Malaysia kekal sebagai satu perkara yang teramat penting untuk kehidupan seluruh rakyat di negara ini.