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mahasiswaKamis, 12 Maret 2009 – 11:46 wib

BANGKALAN – Ikatan Mahasiswa Muhammadiyah Bangkalan, Madura, Jawa Timur menggelar aksi demonstrasi. Menjelang Pemilihan Legislatif 2009, mereka menolak menyatakan menolak money politic atau politik uang.Aksi demo ini dilakukan di depan alun-alun Bangkalan, Kamis (12/3/2009), sejak sekira pukul 11.00 WIB tadi. Sekira puluhan orang mengikuti aksi ini dengan berorasi dan menggelar aksi teaterikal.
Sebagian berperan sebagai pejabat sambil membawa uang pecahan Rp50 ribu yang dipamerkan. Sebagian yang lain berperan sebagai rakyatMenurut koordinator lapangan, M Syaiful, politik uang hanya akan mencetak pemimpin yang korup.”Ketika jabatan itu diperoleh dengan uang maka ke depannya akan mencetak pemimpin yang korup,” tandasnya.Sejumlah poster dan spanduk yang mereka usung, di antaranya bertuliskan “Stop Money Politic“, dan “Tolak Pemimpin Korup yang Makan Uang Rakyat”.
Hingga kini, aksi tersebut masih berlangsung. Akibatnya, jalur lalu lintas di sekitar alun-alun terutama menuju kota mengalami macet. Namun aksi tetap berjalan aman dan terkendali. (Subairi/Sindo/lsi)


miamiC’est autour du thème « Help for Haïti (aide pour Haïti) », que des artistes haïtiens et américains ont organisé, le samedi 27 septembre, un concert gratuit à Oak Grove Park, Miami. Une initiative du commissaire Dorrin D. Rolle du comté de Miami-Dade et patronnée par plusieurs maisons de commerce.

Le but recherché est de collecter 100 000 dollars américains est des dons en nourriture et matériels en faveur des victimes des ouragans Fay, Gustav, Hanna et Ike qui ont frappé le pays entre la fin du mois d’août et le début de septembre 2008.

Mecca, Suave, DJ Griot, Gabel, Hangout, Misty Jean, Robert Martino, Rara Lakay et Sweet Micky, Larry Dogg, DJ Markie Dee and Rayzor, Bizzle, Ball Greezy et Brisco, sont les artistes et groupes musicaux haïtiens et américains qui ont participé à ce concert.

Dorrin D. Rolle s’est réjoui de la participation de la communauté noire américaine à l’initiative pour venir en aide aux sinistrés d’Haïti. « Le moment est venu de manifester notre compassion envers nos voisins haïtiens frappés par quatre cyclones. Je suis fier de la participation de toute la communauté et, avec l’appui du comté de MiamiDade, nous arriverons à réaliser notre objectif », a-t-il déclaré.

« Les fonds, les nourritures et les matériels collectés dans le cadre du concert seront acheminés à l’organisation non gouvernementale Food for the Poor qui devra assurer la distribution sur le terrain, en Haïti », a indiqué Rolle.

Suite aux dégâts causés par les récents ouragans en Haïti, des organisations religieuses, sociales, des associations et des regroupements d’Haïtiens vivant aux États-Unis et dans d’autres pays ne cessent de se mobiliser pour recueillir de l’aide en nature ou en espèces en faveur des sinistrés. Le 20 septembre dernier, The Haitian League (la Ligue haïtienne), une organisation de la diaspora dont le siège est aux États-Unis d’Amérique, avait organisé à l’Église Baptiste du Christ Inmani, à New Jersey, un service oecuménique à l’intention des résidents de New Jersey qui comptent des parents victimes en Haïti. Elle devait aussi organiser un service à la Cathédrale nationale de Washington D.C. en signe de soutien aux populations sinistrées d’Haïti.

Dr. Bernier Lauredan, président de la Ligue haïtienne, a estimé que les défis à relever aujourd’hui en Haïti sont immenses.

obamaIn another clip from the same January 2008 interview with the San Francisco Chronicle in which Barack Obama promised to bankrupt anyone foolish enough to build coal-burning power plants, he also made an interesting admission about his entire energy plan.  Obama told the editors that his policies would make energy prices “skyrocket” as the energy industry passed along the exorbitant costs of his cap-and-trade policy.

The problem is not technical, uh, and the problem is not mastery of the legislative intricacies of Washington. The problem is, uh, can you get the American people to say, “This is really important,” and force their representatives to do the right thing? That requires mobilizing a citizenry. That requires them understanding what is at stake. Uh, and climate change is a great example.You know, when I was asked earlier about the issue of coal, uh, you know — Under my plan of a cap and trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket. Even regardless of what I say about whether coal is good or bad. Because I’m capping greenhouse gases, coal power plants, you know, natural gas, you name it — whatever the plants were, whatever the industry was, uh, they would have to retrofit their operations. That will cost money. They will pass that money on to consumers.

They — you — you can already see what the arguments will be during the general election. People will say, “Ah, Obama and Al Gore, these folks, they’re going to destroy the economy, this is going to cost us eight trillion dollars,” or whatever their number is. Um, if you can’t persuade the American people that yes, there is going to be some increase in electricity rates on the front end, but that over the long term, because of combinations of more efficient energy usage, changing lightbulbs and more efficient appliance, but also technology improving how we can produce clean energy, the economy would benefit.If we can’t make that argument persuasively enough, you — you, uh, can be Lyndon Johnson, you can be the master of Washington. You’re not going to get that done.

Energy prices skyrocketing will leave the economy in tatters, as we saw earlier this year.  While no one doubts the need to start transitioning to better sources of energy, the manner in which that gets done means the difference of whether it gets done at all.  A stagnant or receding economy does not produce scientific breakthroughs, especially when government both increases taxes and imposes steep cost burdens on energy.  That cuts into both manufacturing and R&D, because as profits fall, fewer dollars go into research — which means that all of these wonderful developments would get delayed, or go unrealized altogether.

We need to plan for the transition better than what Obama proposes.  We need to use our own reserves of oil, natural gas, coal, and shale to cushion the economy while we develop the alternatives and build the infrastructure to deliver it.  That’s what John McCain proposed in his Lexington Project.Price shocks on energy is the last thing this economy needs.  It would be worse than the taxes Obama promises to impose on investment, and would have the same depressive effect.  It’s an utter disaster.

Reigning MotoGP World Champion Valentino Rossi will carry out a race-length simulation test at Sepang tomorrow on the final day of the official MotoGP tests – the first one on Bridgestone rubber.Rossi, who is still suffering slightly from his coffee table accident, isn’t physically able to do a full race distance but hopes to carry it out tomorrow, even if it is in two parts.”Today I did not do the long run; I will do it tomorrow if my physical condition allows it. I may have to do it in two parts, so that it won’t put too much stress on my stitches,” said The Doctor.

It will be interesting to do the long run with the new tyres, but I am not expecting it to be so much slower than last year. Today we tested some new electronic solutions in order to allow me to open the throttle earlier and they were not bad at all, but we still need to work to improve it even more. This afternoon the stitches hurt me a bit, but my pace was still very good so I am happy.”

Cristiano Ronaldo penalty In the match with Finlandia

Faro (ANTARA News/Reuters) – A second-half Cristiano Ronaldo penalty earned Portugal a 1-0 victory against Finland in a friendly on Wednesday but the hosts far from impressed with their poor finishing.
Portugal have struggled to find form since coach Carlos Queiroz took charge last summer and hope to overcome a weak start in 2010 World Cup Group One qualifying by beating Sweden in Porto next month.
“It`s a shame we didn`t score one or two more goals. It is a problem for me and the players to solve, but the pitch was not in a great state and didn`t allow us to pass, control and finish more efficiently,” Queiroz said.
Queiroz made six changes to the side that was thrashed 6-2 by Brazil in a friendly in November, but despite creating over 20 chances his team could not score from open play.
Pepe was moved up from his usual central defence role to play in front of Bruno Alves and Rolando, but with the Finns posing little attacking threat the performance of the Portugal front line became the focus of attention.
Portugal had most of the possession in the first half, but failed to break down a well-organised Finnish defence. Ronaldo volleyed just wide and Hugo Almeida went close with a header, but Portugal resorted mainly to shooting from distance.
Finland, who came into the friendly after a 5-1 thrashing by Japan last week, had their first chance on 39 minutes when a powerful Mikael Forsell drive was blocked by keeper Eduardo.
Portugal created more chances in the second-half with debutant Orlando Sa shooting wide from close range and defender Paulo Ferreira forcing substitute keeper Niki Maenpaa into a smart save.
The breakthrough came on 79 minutes with Ronaldo converting a penalty after Sami Hyypia fouled substitute striker Danny.
FIFA World Player of the Year Ronaldo was pleased with the performance and said Portugal “had managed to create many chances against a team which has tall and strong players who stay behind the ball”.

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