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March 22, 2011

NO TO RARE EARTH REFINERY

Filed under: General,Human Right — wan muhamad azmi mamat @ 11:01 pm

I’M AGINST OF GOVERNMENT PLANNNING ON RARE EARTH REFINERY AT GEBENG INDUSTRIAL AREA, PAHANG.

WHY DO I AGAINST ON THIS MATTER? BECAUSE THE IMPACT OF THIS RADIOACTIVE PROCESS ARE MORE THAN WORSE, NONETHELESS IS DISASTER.

KEEP READ THE PART FROM WIKIPEDIA ARTICLE ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECT FROM RARE EARTH REFINERY INCLUDING THE PREVIOUS CASE AT BUKIT MERAH, PERAK.

Mining, refining, and recycling of rare earths have serious environmental consequences if not properly managed. A particular hazard is mildly radioactive slurry tailings resulting from the common occurrence of thorium and uranium in rare earth element ores.[35] Additionally, toxic acids are required during the refining process.[11] Improper handling of these substances can result in extensive environmental damage. In May 2010, China announced a major, five-month crackdown on illegal mining in order to protect the environment and its resources. This campaign is expected to be concentrated in the South,[36] where mines are commonly small, rural, and illegal operations particularly prone to release toxic wastes into the general water supply.[10][37] However, even the major operation in Baotou, in Inner Mongolia, where much of the world’s rare earth supply is refined, has suffered major environmental damage.[11]

The Bukit Merah mine in Malaysia has been the focus of a US$100 million cleanup which is proceeding in 2011. “Residents blamed a rare earth refinery for birth defects and eight leukemia cases within five years in a community of 11,000 — after many years with no leukemia cases.” Seven of the leukemia victims died. After having accomplished the hilltop entombment of 11,000 truckloads of radioactively contaminated material, the project is expected to entail in summer, 2011, the removal of “more than 80,000 steel barrels of radioactive waste to the hilltop repository.” One of Mitsubishi’s contractors for the cleanup is GeoSyntec, an Atlanta-based firm.[31]

Wikipedia source, here.

THEREFORE, ALL MALAYSIAN, PLEASE VOICE UP TO RAISE YOUR RIGHT TO STAY SAFE WITHOUT ANY MASS RADIATION ELEMENT.

December 3, 2009

Human rights day

Filed under: Human Right — wan muhamad azmi mamat @ 3:38 pm

Human Rights Day marks the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) adopted on December 10, 1948 that set down the basic principles at the very heart of the human rights movement. The UDHR has enabled remarkable progress in human rights, inspiring international human rights standards, laws and institutions that have improved the lives of many around the world.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Article 1.

  • All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood

Article 6.

  • Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law.

Article 9.

  • No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.

Did human rights in our country is good enough?

August 11, 2009

Di Palang Ini

Filed under: Human Right,Poetry — wan muhamad azmi mamat @ 3:35 pm

Di kamar gelap aku melukis
Di kamar gelap gambar isteri
Di kamar gelap gambar misteri
Di kamar gelap menyendiri

Di samar gelap ayah dan ibu
Di samar gelap anak dirindu
Di samar gelap kesudahanku
Di samar gelap bersendiri

Tolonglah bilang apa salahku
Apakah bukti kesalahanku
Tolong jelaskan

Apakah dosaku
Apakah erti menghukumku
Hakim yang tiada
Bukti yang direka
Apakah ini keadilan bagiku

Di palang ini aku tersaksi
Tangisan anak dan doa isteri
Di palang ini aku dirampas
Sebuah maruah dan harga diri

February 17, 2009

Tak Reti atau Buat-buat Tak Reti

Filed under: General,Human Right,Religious — wan muhamad azmi mamat @ 2:33 pm

Sister In Islam (SIS) menonjol kembali dengan penganjuran suatu perjumpaan yang dinamakan Musawah bermula Jumaat lepas dan akan berakhir esok. Perjumpaan tersebut bertujuan membincangkan dan mencadangkan perubahan dalam perundangan dan peruntukan dalam Syariah yang ada kaitan secara langsung dengan wanita. Perjumpaan tersebut mengundang aktivis hak asasi wanita dan pemikir liberis dalam isu Syariah.

Program ini seperti tidak disebarkan secara terbuka melalui massa tempatan, namun ianya merupakan program bertaraf antarabangsa kerana mengumpulkan banyak negara. Beberapa pertubuhan membantah dan mengecam tindakan penganjuran program ini seperti daripada PAS, PUMPP dan beberapa NGO yang lain. Terdapat juga bantahan daripada mahasiswa. Namun isu ini seperti tidak penting kerana tidak banyak pihak yang bersuara mengenainya. Bahkan pemimpin kerajaan juga tidak bersuara, melainkan penasihat kepada PM, Datuk Seri Sharizat Jalil yang hadir merasmikan perjumpaan tertutup tersebut.

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January 6, 2009

Eliminate the UN veto power

Filed under: Human Right — wan muhamad azmi mamat @ 5:14 pm

un11The debate about the United Nation Security Council reform is already been discussed for many years. Many looby has been proposed for new permenant member of Security Council which are Brazil, Germany, India and Japan. These new members is proposed based on on current situation regarding to their contribution in UN.

Another important issue that has been disuccesed is the veto power. The veto power is hold by five permenent members currently are Russia, United State, China, France and United Kingdom. Many irresponsible misuse  of veto power been made by those veto member. The veto power or vote has influence the general assembly voting in making decision of proposed dratf on certain issue. The draft is objected if one of the veto member doesn’t agree even majority of the UN general assembly agree. This make the voice of other members in general assmebly is useless.

The example of veto power misuse indicate by Wikipedia is in Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, Vietnam war and Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. US has been used many its veto power to cover Israel from the Middle-East conflict. Many war crime cases has been done by Israel such as the masscarre killing at Shabra and Shatilla, the 6 days war, the 36 hours offense mission at south Lebanon and the current tragic crisis, the attack of Gaza. The Israeli leader never been draged to Justice Court on thier crime because had cover by US through it’s veto power.

The veto power reform has been discussed and several proposals is presented including limiting the use of the veto to vital national security issues; requiring agreement from multiple states before exercising the veto; and abolishing the veto entirely. But the article 108 and 109 of UN grant give the full autority to the P5 for any reforms and modifications. What kind of lack and reckness of human thinking and system (that has been planned by top hand in this world)?

The democracy that the world is proudly and commited with it never give promised in justice for all human being, but has been used for self-agenda. Who can ensure that someone will act just when he get the power? Who can ensure that someone who has veto power won’t act based on own will?

everyhumanhasright2

The veto power should must be eliminated to give hope for all nation vioce out their right equally.

December 30, 2008

Konsistensi keganasan Yahudi

Filed under: Human Right — wan muhamad azmi mamat @ 11:51 am

Permulaan tahun baru hijrah kali ini amat mendukacitakan kerana diwarnai dengan lumuran darah rakyat Palestin yang menjadi mangsa bedilan peluru berpandu tentera Israel. Pemimpin Israel seperti mengetahui bahawa tarikh 1 Muharam menjadi detik yang penting bagi umat Islam berbanding 1 Januari, maka dengan itu mereka mahu merosakkan detik kegembiraan dan semangat baru sempena tahun baru hijrah.

Apabila melihat kepada berita yang dipaparkan di televisyen dengan tanyangan video, rasa sangat sayu dan pilu dengan tindakan yang amat kejam sehingga mengorbankan nyawa orang awam termasuk kanak-kanak penduduk Palestin.  Saya amat tidak bersetuju dan mengutuk tindakan seumpama ini.

Israel sentiasa memberi alasan bahawa tindakan mereka adalah untuk menhentikan serangan daripada pejuang Palestin bagi memastikan rakyat Israel tidak berasa takut. Apakah tindakan ketenteraan daripada Israel tidak menyebabkan ketakutan kepada rakyat Palestin? Ternyata pemimpin Israel sengaja menyembunyikan kefahaman asas dalam hal perikemanusiaan ini dengan melakukan tindakan yang kejam dan bersifat penjenayah antarabangsa.

Dalam hal kemanusiaan, semua manusia berhak mendapat kebebasan dan keamanan, maka mereka berhak mempertahankan kedua-dua perkara tersebut. Jika Israel sering mengatakan mereka inginkan keamanan dan keselamatan, maka demikian juga rakyat palestin.

Keangkuhan Israel yang berterusan ini kerana sokongan yang kuat daripada sekutunya yang sering diwar-warkan sebagai polis dunia iaitu Amerika Syarikat. Konflik Palestin-Israel merupakan isu antarabangsa yang paling sukar menemukan titik penyelesaian kerana hampir kesemua badan dunia tidak berfungsi dengan sewajarnya. Liga Arab, OIC, NAM, NATO bahkan PBB langsung tidak mampu menyelesaikan masalah konflik tersebut yang telah berlarutan sejak pertengahan dekad lepas. Kuasa veto dalam PBB wajar dihapuskan dan digantikan sepenuhnya dengan suara majoriti.

Warta berita juga menyiarkan demonstrasi dan bantahan yang dianjurkan di pelbagai negara seperti Indonesia dan Australia. Namun tiada bantahan atau perarakan yang diadakan oleh rakyat Malaysia. Apakah sentimen kemanusiaan ini telah terhakis di kalangan rakyat Malaysia?

Pemimin Israel wajar diheret kepada mahkamah jenayah antarabangsa kerana melakukan jenayah perang kemanusiaan secara terangan-terangan. Semoga lebih ramai manusia dapat menilai keadilan dengan lebih telus demi keharmonian dunia sejagat.

August 28, 2008

Perlukah Akta DNA di Malaysia?

Filed under: General,Human Right — wan muhamad azmi mamat @ 6:47 pm

Menteri Dalam Negeri Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar telah membentangkan Rang Undang-Undang DNA di parlimen pada 26 Ogos 2008. Beliau menyebut tujuan rang undang-undang tersebut ialah antara lain, bertujuan untuk membolehkan penubuhan Bank Data DNA Forensik Malaysia, mengambil dan menyimpan sampel DNA, menganalisis sampel DNA dan menggunakannya untuk tujuan kemanusiaan.

Selanjutnya beliau juga menyatakan bahawa Rang Undang-Undang DNA 2008 atau Akta Identifikasi DNA itu akan memberi kuasa kepada Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) khasnya, untuk mendapatkan, memperoleh sampel-sampel DNA daripada mana-mana suspek yang mempunyai kaitan langsung dengan sesuatu kes jenayah yang disiasat selain untuk dijadikan bahan rujukan bagi tujuan menyelesaikan sesuatu kes di masa akan datang.

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June 4, 2008

60 tahun kegagalan hak asasi manusia

Filed under: Human Right — wan muhamad azmi mamat @ 11:51 am

Sempena pelancaran Laporan Tahunan 2008 mereka, Amnesty International (Malaysia) menyatakan bahawa Kerajaan Malaysia gagal dalam melindungi aspirasi yang dinyatakan dalam Deklarasi Sejagat Hak Asasi Manusia (UDHR) memandangkan Malaysiaialah anggota kepada Jawatankuasa Hak Asasi bagi Pertubuhan Bangsa-bangsa Bersatu (UN).

Pencabulan hak asasi manusia, ketidakadilan dan bebas daripada hukuman (impunity) masih berleluasa di Malaysia dengan keadaan di mana kerajaan gagal untuk melindungi hak asasi rakyat.

Sungguhpun Malaysia sudah 50 tahun merdeka, Malaysia masih lagi dibelenggu dengan undang-undang kuno yang bercanggah dengan prinsip hak asasi manusia seperti Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA), Kanun Darurat, Akta Dadah Merbahaya, Akta Hasutan, Akta Penerbitan dan Percetakan, Akta Rahsia Rasmi dan Akta Universiti dan Kolej Universiti.

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