wah di ajak berenang di kali juga donk nanti obama sama sby,,,
pas lagi musim ujan kali,,,

From: Ahmad Faizal <ich_...@yahoo.com>
To: PPIBelgia@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Sunday, January 4, 2009 12:08:53 PM
Subject: Re: [PPIBelgia] Open Letter from Mahathir to Barack Obama

Presiden SBY sempat telpon-telponan ma BO....
Tapi ga ngomongin tentang politik...

SBY malah nanya kapan BO mau ke Indonesia.
BO menjawab dalam bahasa Indonesia:"Pasti saya akan datang ke Indonesia, saya 
kangen ma nasi Goreng dan Rambutan" hahaha...

Ini benar, posted a months ago in Jawa Pos

From: Furqon Azis <uton...@yahoo. com>
To: ppibel...@yahoogrou ps.com
Sent: Sunday, January 4, 2009 10:20:06 AM
Subject: Re: [PPIBelgia] Open Letter from Mahathir to Barack Obama

Bung Sulis, Bapak Persiden kita (SBY) ngirim surat ke Obama juga ga?


From: Sulistiono Kertawacana <sulistiono.kertawac a...@alumni. ui.edu>
Sent: Sunday, January 4, 2009 9:52:24 AM
Subject: [PPIBelgia] Open Letter from Mahathir to Barack Obama


Kind regards,
Sulistiono Kertawacana
http://sulistionoke rtawacana. blogspot. com/ 

--- On Sat, 1/3/09, Abdillah Toha <a...@cbn.net. id> wrote:

From: Abdillah Toha <a...@cbn.net. id>
Subject: Fw: Open Letter from Mahathir to Barack Obama
To: "abdillah toha" <a...@cbn.net. id>
Date: Saturday, January 3, 2009, 8:34 AM


January 1, 2009
Dear Mr. President,
I did not vote for you in the Presidential Election because I am
But I consider myself one of your constituents because what you do or
say will affect me and my country as well.
I welcome your promise for change. Certainly your country, the United
States of America needs a lot of changes.
That is because America and Americans have become the most hated people
in the world. Even Europeans dislike your arrogance. Yet you were once
admired and liked because you freed a lot of countries from conquest
and subjugation.
It is the custom on New Year's day for people to make resolutions. You
must have listed your good resolutions already. But may I politely
suggest that you also resolve to do the following in pursuit of Change.
1) Stop killing people. The United States is too fond of killing people
in order to achieve its objectives. You call it war, but today's wars
are not about professional soldiers fighting and killing each other. It
is about killing people, ordinary innocent people by the hundreds of
thousands. Whole countries will be devastated.
War is primitive, the cavemen's way of dealing with a problem. Stop
your arms build up and your planning for future wars.
2) Stop indiscriminate support of Israeli killers with your money and
your weapons. The planes and the bombs killing the people of Gaza are
from you.
3) Stop applying sanctions against countries which cannot do the same
against you.
In Iraq your sanctions killed 500,000 children through depriving them
of medicine and food. Others were born deformed.
What have you achieved with this cruelty? Nothing except the hatred of
the victims and right-thinking people.
4) Stop your scientists and researchers from inventing new and more
diabolical weapons to kill more people more efficiently.
5) Stop your arms manufacturers from producing them. Stop your sales of
arms to the world. It is blood money that you earn. It is un-Christian.
6) Stop trying to democratize all the countries of the world. Democracy
may work for the United States but it does not always work for other
Don't kill people because they are not democratic. Your crusade to
democratize countries has killed more people than the authoritarian
Governments which you overthrew. And you have not succeeded anyway.
7) Stop the casinos which you call financial institutions. Stop hedge
funds, derivatives and currency trading. Stop banks from lending
non-existent money by the billions.
Regulate and supervise your banks. Jail the miscreants who made profits
from abusing the system.
8) Sign the Kyoto Protocol and other international agreements.
9) Show respect for the United Nations.
I have many other resolutions for change which I think you should
consider and undertake.
But I think you have enough on your plate for this 2009th year of the
Christian Era.
If you can do only a few of what I suggest, you will be remembered by
the world as a great leader. Then the United States will again be the
most admired nation. Your embassies will be able to take down the high
fences and razor-wire coils that surround them.
May I wish you a Happy New Year and a great Presidency.
Yours Sincerely,
Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad
(Former Prime Minister of Malaysia)

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