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Sabtu, 28 Januari 2012

15 Download Site Will Be Closed As Megaupload


 
15 websites, including megaupload is being investigated, if proven guilty of the same offense, they will be in the same boat as Megaupload. To ensure that not arrested, some sharing site had closed their file sharing services like FileServe and FileSonic.

With the same reason, sites like Upload.to have block all internet protocol address which is based in the United States. I can still hardly any among the 15 confirmed this, who touches first. Furthermore, the implementation of the new Act was opposed by many.
 
1. BayFiles
Based in Hong Kong
2 weeks ago, made the announcement to close.
 
2. DepositFiles
Site based in Cyprus can upload files up to 300MB for free without registration. If the list is a member, users can upload files up to 2GB for free too. This site also offers membership "Gold" which allows users to download files quickly and without ads. Premium service is similar to that provided by Megaupload.  
 
3. Divx Stage
The site is openly offered to pay 10 dollars for each upload of 1000 film. Users can upload files up to 1GB.

4. HulkShare
This site allows users to upload files of songs and letting other people can listen to songs with the player who provided exclusively by HulkShare

5. MediaFire
Texas-based site allows users to upload files up to 200MB without a list. MediaFire also widely used for users to share files illegally, although banned by the manager.

6. MegaShares
This site allows users to upload files up to 10GB and the user pays according to the number of downloads the file belongs to them. How multi-level marketing, each measuring a minimum of 5MB of premium downloads will get one point. Points can be redeemed for cash if it reaches a certain amount.

7. NovaMov
The site is similar to Divx Stage. Users will be appreciated if it is able to upload movies of up to 2GB in size. Paid 10 dollars for each upload of 1000 film is also offered here.

8. OvFile
From the side view, this site seems fine. But its simplicity as "an online video storage service" to make this site could be a target of the investigation.

9. PutLocker
PutLocker allows users to upload files up to 1GB for free and can stream video without time limit. On February 1 later on, this site will discontinue its affiliate program that gives cash prizes to users.

10. RapidShare
Site based in Switzerland is one of the oldest sharing sites and are known globally. This site never caught a legal problem, but continue to operate and serve millions of users. On site is also no limit to upload and download files, but to be able to download files quickly to go through the registration process and paid.

11. SockShare
As PutLocker, SockShare will also terminate its affiliate program. In SockShare unggahnya limit is 1GB (free) and 5GB (premium).

12. UpLoadHere
This site provides a service to upload files up to 2GB. To download the files above 1GB, users must pay. Membership costs 8 U.S. dollars per month, or slightly less if paid at once for several months.

13. UpLoadKing
Much like UpLoadHere, except for a cheaper fee for premium service. Free users can only download files under 1GB and must not be downloaded more than one file simultaneously.

14. WUpload
Site based in Hong Kong is estimated is the second largest after sharing site Megaupload. The free service can be used to download up to 2GB.

15. Zshare
Sites that are purely based in Hong Kong for free and earning revenue from advertising. The user limitation can only upload and download files up to 100MB.

But the closure of an online file-sharing site reaped harsh criticism in cyberspace. Will not even reduce piracy activity. Online storage services such as Megaupload put certain files on the storage servers from service providers. While peer to peer is shared between users directly.

According to NPD analyst Russ Crupnick, a user peer to peer services like BitTorrent will increase. "I think the number of those who share files is not necessarily increased, but the volume of downloads via torrent may go up," he told Reuters.

Parties to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) seem unsure of the analysis. According to them, users still easier to use than the services a la Megaupload BitTorrent peer to peer style.

On the other hand, as if closing the door to the suppression Megaupload possibility distribution channels creative copyrighted works without the intervention of "Hollywood". Services such as Megaupload and other distribution channels may be movies, music or software directly from the artist or maker to the consumer.

With at doing things like this, of course the artists / musicians will be out of the agreement that limits their record label in whittle benefit greatly from their work. Services like this also becomes a way that is so important to get a great income and in giving birth to their works.

Rabu, 25 Januari 2012

List Of Sharing Sites That Have Been Closed




 


Sharing Site
Status
Closed
Closing does not sell premium
Deleting files. Locked in the U.S
Locked in the U.S
The news is arbitrary (under FBI investigation)
Closed! would disappear soon
Banned U.S. and the FBI went after the owners who are gone
Deleting all material (so will leave executables, pdfs, txts)
closed and locked in the countries affiliated with the USA
Deleting files with copyright and waits in line at the FBI
Called to testify in the next 90 days and it will open doors pro FBI
Org torrent
could vanish with everything within 30 days "he is under criminal investigation"
Network Share mIRC
awaiting the decision of the case to continue or terminate Torrent everything
operating 100% Japan will not join the SOPA / PIPA
Shienko Box
100% working china / korea will not join the SOPA / PIPA
ShareX BR
group UOL / BOL / iG say they will join the SOPA / PIPA

Japan, China and Korea have a say NO to the FBI and that even if laws are passed in the USA will not have any value within the sovereignty of their countries!

SOPA and PIPA are two words that people across the globe love to hate.

Social media networks such as Twitter and Facebook are buzzing with comments from people all over the world, all expressing their frustrations over SOPA and PIPA.

Over 7,000 websites have joined Wikipedia to strongly protest against SOPA and PIPA by blacking out their content for 24 hours on Wednesday. Their reason create awareness so that people know the new legislation is designed to curb online piracy and the impact it will have on Netizens. Any infringement of piracy can land someone in jail for three, four or even five years.

That explains why the tweets on Twitter have gone berserk, some saying “imagine a world without Internet; Urge Obama to veto #PIPA and #SOPA if they make it through Congress; SOPA and PIPA have nothing to do with piracy, it's to do with The Arts' companies losing money to Internet content; Tell the US congress to stop Internet censorship and reject the #SOPA #PIPA bills-Sign the urgent petition; Some people still think that SOPA is something to wash yourself with and PIPA is the sister of a princess.''

SOPA stands for Stop Online Piracy Act and PIPA, Protect Intellectual Property Act, not Prince William's sister-in-law Pippa Middleton.

Google said over 4.5 million people signed its online petition to Congress, voicing displeasure at the legislation; and Twitter said more than two million posts against the legislation. Wikipedia said 162 million saw its blackout landing page, and in the United States, eight million looked up Congressional rep to protest SOPA and PIPA.

What has got all the people worked up?

SOPA and PIPA are “two bills currently in discussion in the US Congress with an aim to strengthen copyright law''. The lobbyists for the two bills are the “powerful supporters, including lawmakers, the movie and music industries, and the US Chamber of Commerce''.

The lobbyists had expected a huge victory but not a backlash from the public.

Though the intention may be good, what worries people is that the “language used in these bills are seen to be vague'' and if any “intellectual property owner feels its copyright has been violated, they can have the site taken down without the normal due process of law.''

If the United States gets its way, this could set the example for other countries to follow suit, and that worries the rest of the world. As it is, China has a cap on content.

The Internet is the best thing that has happened to our lives; imposing unreasonable laws will only stifle the growth of businesses and individuals alike.

The Internet is now a social, business and economic tool as it educates, entertains and informs. You would not have been able to buy books online from Amazon without the Internet, nor could you send e-mails to your children if not for the Internet.

Taking that away will impact your life. But like everything else, there is the good and bad side. The bad side is often related to piracy and creators and aggregators want to protect their rights so that they get royalty for what they've created.

The question many are asking is, should we allow a few individuals to control the seven billion population of the world by pushing through this legislation or should it be refined?

By 2015, over 80% of the world population will have mobile phones and that means they will have access to all sorts of information. So, should that evolution be stopped?

This anti-piracy legislation will not only violate freedom of speech but stifle growth of nations and people and it could, as someone pointed out “break the Internet''. Are we heading in that direction or should the Internet remain a domain that is “free to use, explore and express”?

Deputy news editor B.K. Sidhu says the mighty double dragon can't wait to usher in happiness and goodness to all.
Sumber : Syok Download

Dr SMS dengan SAP?





 

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Sabtu, 21 Januari 2012

No more MegaUpload Sharing Site





 

WELLINGTON, New Zealand – With 150 million registered users, about 50 million hits daily and endorsements from music superstars, Megaupload.com was among the world's biggest file-sharing sites. Big enough, according to a U.S. indictment, that it earned founder Kim Dotcom $42 million last year alone.
The movie industry howled that the site was making money off pirated material. Though the company is based in Hong Kong and Dotcom was living in New Zealand, some of the alleged pirated content was hosted on leased servers in Virginia, and that was enough for U.S. prosecutors to act.
The site was shut down Thursday, and Dotcom and three Megaupload employees were arrested in New Zealand on U.S. accusations that they facilitated millions of illegal downloads of films, music and other content, costing copyright holders at least $500 million in lost revenue.
New Zealand Police also seized guns, artwork, more than $8 million in cash and luxury cars valued at nearly $5 million after serving 10 search warrants at several businesses and homes around the city of Auckland.
News of the shutdown seemed to bring retaliation from hackers who claimed credit for attacking the Justice Department's website. Federal officials confirmed it was down for hours Thursday evening and that the disruption was being "treated as a malicious act."

A loose affiliation of hackers known as "Anonymous" claimed credit for the attack. Also hacked was the site for the Motion Picture Association of America.

On Friday, New Zealand's Fairfax Media reported that the four defendants stood together in an Auckland courtroom in the first step of extradition proceedings that could last a year or more.

Dotcom's lawyer raised objections to a media request to take photographs and video, but then Dotcom spoke out from the dock, saying he didn't mind photos or video "because we have nothing to hide." The judge granted the media access, and ruled that the four would remain in custody until a second hearing Monday.

Dotcom, Megaupload's former CEO and current chief innovation officer, is a resident of Hong Kong and New Zealand and a dual citizen of Finland and Germany who had his name legally changed. The 37-year-old was previously known as Kim Schmitz and Kim Tim Jim Vestor.

Two other German citizens and one Dutch citizen also were arrested and three other defendants — another German, a Slovakian and an Estonian — remain at large.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, which defends free speech and digital rights online, said in a statement that the arrests set "a terrifying precedent. If the United States can seize a Dutch citizen in New Zealand over a copyright claim, what is next?"

The indictment was unsealed one day after websites including Wikipedia and Craigslist shut down in protest of two congressional proposals intended to make it easier for authorities to go after sites with pirated material, especially those with overseas headquarters and servers.

Before Megaupload was taken down, the company posted a statement saying allegations that it facilitated massive breaches of copyright laws were "grotesquely overblown."

"The fact is that the vast majority of Mega's Internet traffic is legitimate, and we are here to stay. If the content industry would like to take advantage of our popularity, we are happy to enter into a dialogue. We have some good ideas. Please get in touch," the statement said.

Several sister sites were also shut down, including one dedicated to sharing pornography files.

The $8 million in cash seized had been invested in various New Zealand financial institutions, and has been placed in a trust pending the outcome of the cases.

Police spokesman Grant Ogilvie said the seized cars include a Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe worth more than $400,000. Two short-barreled shotguns and a number of valuable artworks were also confiscated, he added.

According to the indictment, Megaupload was estimated at one point to be the 13th most frequently visited website on the Internet. Current estimates by companies that monitor Web traffic place it in the top 100.

Megaupload is considered a "cyberlocker," in which users can upload and transfer files that are too large to send by email. Such sites can have perfectly legitimate uses. But the Motion Picture Association of America, which has campaigned for a crackdown on piracy, estimated that the vast majority of content being shared on Megaupload was in violation of copyright laws.

The website allowed users to download some content for free, but made money by charging subscriptions to people who wanted access to faster download speeds or extra content. The website also sold advertising.

Megaupload was unique not only because of its massive size and the volume of downloaded content, but also because it had high-profile support from celebrities, musicians and other content producers who are most often the victims of copyright infringement and piracy. Before the website was taken down, it contained endorsements from Kim Kardashian, Alicia Keys and Kanye West, among others.

The company listed Swizz Beatz, a musician who married Keys in 2010, as its CEO. He was not named in the indictment and declined to comment through a representative.

The five-count indictment, which alleges copyright infringement as well as conspiracy to commit money laundering and racketeering, described a site designed specifically to reward users who uploaded pirated content for sharing, and turned a blind eye to requests from copyright holders to remove copyright-protected files.

For instance, users received cash bonuses if they uploaded content popular enough to generate massive numbers of downloads, according to the indictment. Such content was almost always copyright protected, the indictment said.

The Justice Department said it was illegal for anyone to download pirated content, but their investigation focused on the leaders of the company, not end users who may have downloaded a few movies for personal viewing.

A lawyer who represented the company in a lawsuit last year declined to comment Thursday. Efforts to reach an attorney representing Dotcom were unsuccessful.

Although Megaupload is based in Hong Kong, the size of its operation in the southern Chinese city was unclear. The administrative contact listed in its domain registration, Bonnie Lam, did not respond immediately for a request for comment sent to a fax number and email address listed.

The indictment was returned in the Eastern District of Virginia, which claimed jurisdiction in part because some of the alleged pirated materials were hosted on leased servers in Ashburn, Virginia. Prosecutors there have pursued multiple piracy investigations.

The Justice Department also was investigating the "significant increase in activity" that disrupted its website. It said in a statement that it was working to "investigate the origins of this activity, which is being treated as a malicious act until we can fully identify the root cause."

The site appeared to be working again late Thursday. A spokesman for the Motion Picture Association of America said in an emailed statement that the group's site also had been hacked, but it too appeared to be working later in the evening.

"The motion picture and television industry has always been a strong supporter of free speech," the spokesman said. "We strongly condemn any attempts to silence any groups or individuals."

Matthew Barakat reported from McLean, Virginia.

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Sumber : USA Today 
Hanya kurang sehari selepas protes terhadap SOPA, kini kelihatan laman MegaUpload, yang menyediakan ruangan storan percuma, serta kebolehan untuk memuat-turun secara percuma telah ditutup oleh pihak kerajaan disana, disebabkan pelanggaran hakcipta. Percubaan mengakses laman tersebut adalah gagal buat masa ini, sekaligus memberikan idea, ia telah ditutup daripada akses semua seluruh dunia.

Seperti semua sedia maklum, MegaUpload merupakan salah satu platform popular yang digunakan untuk pemuat-turun untuk berkongsi fail-fail seperti filem dan muzik. Ia dilaporkan, secara kasar, lebih daripada $1 billion kerugian terpaksa ditanggung disebabkan MegaUpload, dan ia telah menjana lebih daripada $175 juta.

MegaUpload menggunakan salah satu sistem ganjaran, dimana ia membayar kepada pemuat-naik media atau fail yang popular dimuat-turun oleh para pengguna seluruh dunia. Pada masa yang sama, MegaUpload juga diperkatakan tidak mematikan akaun pengguna yang mempunyai kandungan berhak-cipta, sebaliknya sekiranya dilaporkan, ia hanya sekadar membuang pautan untuk fail yang dilaporkan sahaja.

Mungkin dengan perkara ini, beberapa laman perkongsian popular lain turut akan berjaga-jaga dan mencari langkah mengatasinya.
 
Sumber :Amanz

Khamis, 19 Januari 2012

Dr SMS dan AS?


 
Dr SMS dan AS? Ape maksudnye? Tak de ar... Tadi masa saya check file-file dalam laptop saya untuk kemas kini dan mencari suatu file yang lama, saya terbuka folder gambar Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor masa dia datang kat sekolah saya di SMK Pulau Nyior pada 10 Julai 2008, kalau tak silap.

Kenapa dengan gambar tu? Apa kaitan gambar tu dengan dia dan AS. AS yang dimaksudkan ialah Adli Shinichi, bukan Amerika Syarikat. Tengok le yang dalam warna hijau tu... Itulah kaitannya... Dia merupakan salah seorang idola saya selepas Tun Dr Mahathir. Time dia datang kat sekolah dulu, saya takkan lepaskan peluang untuk berjumpa dia. Akhirnya, itulah sekeping gambar yg sempat dirakamkan pada masa itu, walaupun sedikit. Kini Alhamdulillah, InsyaAllah, saya akan lebih banyak peluang berjumpa dengannya... 

Kerana? Kerana inilah... Dr SMS dengan SAP?

p/s : ala, gambar sekeping pon nak heboh ka? Orang lain siap posing sakan lagi pon tak heboh... Poyo r...

Isnin, 9 Januari 2012

Part Time di PC Fair Jitra Mall 2012


 
Aku selalu baca blog teman-teman yang sudah bekerja. Ramai yang tulis pengalaman bekerja mereka. Jadi pada kali ini. Aku juga mahu menulis tentang kerja yang aku buat. Kenapa tajuk dia part time bukan full time. Sebabnya, aku ada kerja full time yang sangat hebat. Anda boleh tahu dengan membaca catatan saya yang lepas. Sekarang, saya mahu cerita tentang part time job saya.

Pada 25 Disember 2011 aku pergi la minta kerja dengan sebuah syarikat komputer tempatan di Jitra, Kedah iaitu RnK Jaya Trading. Selepas interview, aku memang dapat. Interview yang paling mudah yang aku jumpa. Tak sampai 15 minit pun. Biasa la, interview part time, bukannya full time.

4 Januari 2012, aku mula bekerja. Dari pukul 10 pagi hingga 11 malam. Tapi tak sampai pukul 11 malam pun. Aku minta agar dapat jaga bahagian install window ke ape ke yang berkaitan dengan laptop ni, tapi apakan daya aku ditempatkan dengan CCTV. Aku kata, tak ape la. Yang perting berkat. Mungkin Allah dah aturkan sesuatu. Dari 5 hingga 8 Januari 2012, aku kerja bahagian CCTV.

Malaslah aku cerita lebih. Yang penting makan sehari dua kali boss belanja. Jimat dah duit rehat. Ok la tu. Hari ini (8 Januari 2012) adalah hari yang meletihkan. Habis fair kena la kemas barang balik. Hampir pukul 1 pagi juga la siap. Penat hilang ketika boss belanja makan. Macam-macam ragam orang aku jumpa. Dari exhibitor hingga la ke orang ramai.

Aku nak cite pun dah tak larat. Esok ada lagi interview kerja dan esok last day kerja dengan RnK Jaya Trading (mungkin la). Aku malas nak minta sambung dengan RnK Jaya Trading sebab, siapa la aku ini kan.
 
Nak pesan sikit kat sini sebab ada la dua tiga orang teman aku yang luka. Jadi pesanannya ialah letakkan air luir ke tempat yang luka.

Mmm... Cukup la dulu sampai di sini. Kita sambung lagi ya nanti...

p/s : letih + penat + gembira + kenyang + tenang + pengalaman baru

Selasa, 3 Januari 2012

Kita hanya merancangan Allah yang menentukan


 
Malam ni aq nak cerita cikit kat semua. Hari adalah hari yang malang dan tension dalam hidup aku. Nak tahu sebab apa? Baca kat bawah
 
Semalam dah rancang nak pergi buat part time kat Politeknik Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin, Perlis sebab tak cukup orang. Maka kunci la jam dan suruh mak gerak pada pukul 5 pg nak pergi kerja. Tapi bila bangun tidor nak pergi kerja, kawan sms kata orang dah cukup.

Mmm.. Tak apalah, tak ada rezeki agaknya. Buat la plan lain. Call la rakan-rakan niaga nak set meeting. Sorang pon tak angkat. Mungkin depa sibuk kot. Tak apalah. Tunggu dua tiga jam lagi, mungkin mereka free kot. Call lagi, dan lagi dan lagi... Langsung tak angkat juga. Sibuk lagi agaknya. SMS la pulak. Langsung tak balas. Mungkin habis kredit kot. Tapi kalau habis kredit kenapa call pon tak angkat.

Argh!!! Tak pe la. Mungkin enset mereka hilang kot. Nak duk relax tak reti. Jadi call la kawan yang lain ajak keluar lepak atau minum-minum. Alhamdulillah, ada la seorang. Tapi, malang lagi. Hampir je masa yang disetkan, dia pulak ada keje.

Mmm... Nasib la nasib... Still tak boleh duk saja, ajak kawan-kawan yang lain pulak. Ramai yang tak jawab time aku contact. Yang jawab pon yang tengah kerja, dan yang duk jauh.

Apalah yang jadi pada hari ini?! Apa yang dirancang semuanya hancur. Tak apalah, aku dengan minda positif anggap ini semua rempah ratus kejayaan, walaupun dah down sikit. Aku mahu berjaya, tapi takkan aku nak berjaya sorang-sorang... Aku nak kita berjaya sama-sama. Tolonglah diri kita wahai rakan-rakan.

p/s : Kalau tak mahu cukuplah memberi satu alasan!!!

Karangan Aku Semasa Tingkatan 5 (2009)


 
Kali ni saya nak tunjukkan karangan saya masa saya tingkatan 5 pada tahun 2009. Karangan pertama saya yang hanya ditanda betul tanpa ada salah. Karangan ni masa ujian 3 kalau tak silap saya. Tajuk yang saya beri ialah 'Kemerdekaan'. Boleh la baca kat bawah. Dengan karangan inilah saya mula berkarya dalam bidang cerpen. Nanti saya akan update lagi cerpen yang saya buat.
 “Masih ingatkah kamu akan zaman sebelum merdeka dahulu?” tanya Tok Ki yang berumur 90 tahun kepada isterinya, ”Ya, aku masih ingat dan tak akan aku lupa setiap detik itu,” balas isterinya, Saleha dengan matanya yang merenung ke arah sawah yang terbentang luas. 
“Dulu begitu susah untuk mendapatkan makanan, tempat tinggal, pakaian dan sebagainya, kita terpaksa bermandi dengan darah, orang Inggeris datang, Jepun datang, mereka semua penjajah yang ingin menawan Tanah Melayu yang kita tinggal sekarang. Kita tidak mempunyai apa-apa dan hanya mampu bersembunyi. Tetapi itu semua tidak wujud dalam diri kita, kita cuba melawan balik walaupun tidak ramai yang hidup dan selamat,” kata Tok Ki. 
“Pada waktu itu juga kita tidak dapat makan dengan selesa, tinggal dengan selesa dan hidup dengan selesa. Letupan berlaku di sana sini, tembakan juga begitu, berlaku di sana sini. Kita hanya makan ubi kayu saja. Itu pun sudah mencukupi bagi kita untuk terus hidup. Waktu Jepun datang dulu, radio pun tidak boleh dengar, jika mahu dengar berita kita terpaksa dengar secara sembunyi-sembunyi. Kita terpaksa tunduk dengan arahan mereka,” balas Saleha. 
“Tapi, kini anak-anak kita tidak lagi begitu. Mereka hidup di zaman Michael Jackson sudah putih wajahnya. Mereka tidak tahu apa itu katrij, yang mereka tahu, Play Station, VCD/DVD Player dan sebagainya. Mereka tidak kenal siapa Mat Salleh, siapa Rentap, siapa Datuk Onn dan mereka tidak kenal siapa pejuang negara dahulu kalau tidak diajar di sekolah. Mereka kenal Batman, Spiderman, Superman dan super hero yang seumpamanya,” kata Tok Ki. 
“Dulu kita hanya jalan kaki melalui jalan tanah merah yang berlopak sana sini untuk ke sekolah. Tapi Ki, mereka sekarang ke sekolah dengan van,bas dan sebagainya yang datang ambil di depan rumah dan menghantar kembali di depan rumah,” ujar Saleha. 
“Kita dulu baju sekolah sehelai saja, kita pakai sampai hilang warnanya. Tapi mereka setahun sekali tukar baju baru,” balas Tok Ki. Tok Ki meminta Saleha buatkannya kopi kerana kering tekaknya bercakap. Saleha pun bangun menuju ke dapur untuk buatkan kopi unyuk Tok Ki. 
Tok Ki merenung jauh ke sawah yang terbentang luas di hadapan rumahnya yang usang sambil teringat akan zaman sebelum merdeka. Dia dan kawannya, Leftenan Adnan bersama-sama memerangi komunis demi mempertahankan negara. Mereka berjuang habis-habisan dengan penjajah komunis yang datang untuk merampas Tanah Melayu. Suatu hari Tok Ki menerima suatu khabar kawan karibnya, Adnan telah mati ditembak komunis. Tok Ki amat marah lalu mengumpul orangnya bersiap sedia untuk memerangi habis-habisan dengan komunis. Mereka telah berjaya membunuh tiga perempat dan menawan selebihnya komunis itu. 
Dia tersenyum mengenangkan peristiwa itu. Lamunannya tersentak kerana kopi yang dimintanya tadi sudah sampai. 
“Jauh termenung nampak,” tegur Saleha. “Aku terkenangkan masa aku bertugas dengan Adnan dulu,” balas Tok Ki lalu menyambung, “… tapi, Alhamdulillah kerana Tunku Abdul Rahman telah berjaya berunding tentang kemerdekaan Tanah Melayu yang kita tinggal sekarang ini dan berjaya mendapatkan kemerdekaan itu sewaktu berunding di London. 
“Tanggal 31 Ogos 1957, Tanah Melayu telah merdeka. Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka! telah dilaungkan oleh Tunku Abdul Rahman dan diikuti oleh rakyat jelata,” kata Tok Ki. 
“Tanah Melayu ditukarkan kepada Malaysia pada tahun 1963, dan pada waktu itu jugalah kita mulai senang,” sambung Saleha. 
“Erk, Alhamdulillah, sedap kopi ni,” puji Tok Ki kepada Saleha. 
“Sekarang sudah hampir 51 tahun negara kita bebas daripada penjajah. Kita perlu bersyukur dengan kebebasan ini, dan sentiasa berwaspada serta beringat-ingat kerana mereka yang dahulunya menjajah kita tak akan membiarkan kita terus bebas,” sambung Tok Ki. 
“Sekarang ini pun anak-anak Melayu sudah dijajah melalui media-media elektronik seperti televisyen, komputer dan sebagainya. Mereka percaya Incredible Hulk, Power Rangers, dan seumpamanya,” sambung Saleha pula. 
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 p/s : Cikgu aq ingt aq tiru karangan ni... 

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