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HAL:  PM Baru Jepang Yoshihiko Noda Setelah Suratku Soal 5 Gram


Japan’s new Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda delivers a speech at his official residence in Tokyo on September 2, 2011. Noda and his cabinet on Sunday won solid backing in opinion polls, with respondents expressing confidence in his ability to lead the post-quake recovery. AFP via Yahoo! News – Sep 03 11:12pm 
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Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda answers questions after being elected as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) in Tokyo. Noda is set to be confirmed Tuesday as Japan’s sixth prime minister in five years, starting a term in which he must revive the troubled economy, push quake recovery and contain a nuclear crisis.  AFP via Yahoo! News – Aug 29 02:07pm
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Japan’s newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows as he was chosen as new prime minister as outgoing prime minister Naoto Kan (behind Noda) looks on, at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo August 30, 2011. The Japanese parliament’s lower house voted in Yoshihiko Noda on Tuesday as the nation’s sixth prime minister in five years. Noda, 54, a fiscal hawk who edged out a rival in a ruling party run-off vote on Monday, is finance minister in the outgoing administration of his predecessor Naoto Kan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN – Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) less Tue, Aug 30, 2011
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Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, flanked by Trade Minister Yoshio Hachiro (L), waves to local residents after his inspection at an elementary school that has completed radioactive decontamination work in Date, about 60 km (38 miles) from the tsunami crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture, September 8, 2011. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda on Thursday travelled to disaster-hit Fukushima, thanking military personnel involved in the cleanup of a crippled nuclear plant as one of his first official gestures less than a week after taking office. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN – Tags: DISASTER POLITICS) less Thu, Sep 8, 2011
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In this 1986 photo released by Yoshihiko Noda Office, Yoshihiko Noda, the first graduate of the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management, a political institution founded by late Panasonic founder Konosuke Matsushita, makes his policy speech to passers-by with a banner bearing his name in front of a station in Chiba Prefecture, east of Tokyo, when he was aiming to be a member of the prefectural assembly. Finance Minister Noda, 54, was elected Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2011 as Japan’s sixth prime minister in five years. (AP Photo/Yoshihiko Noda Office) EDITORIAL USE ONLY, NO SALES less Tue, Aug 30, 2011
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Japan’s Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda, left, is congratulate by his contender and former Foreign Minister Seiji Maehara, right, as another contender and Trade and Economy Minister Banri Kaieda stands by after his election as the new leader of the Democratic Party of Japan at a voting by the party lawmakers in Tokyo Monday, Aug. 29, 2011. Japan’s ruling party elected Noda as its new chief Monday, paving the way for him to be the next prime minister and inherit the daunting task of recovering from the huge tsunami and nuclear crisis. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara) less Mon, Aug 29, 2011
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Japan’s Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan, prepares to shake hands with outgoing Prime Minister Naoto Kan at the party’s leadership vote in Tokyo August 29, 2011. Noda will become Japan’s next prime minister after defeating Trade Minister Banri Kaieda in the ruling party leadership run-off vote on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN – Tags: POLITICS) less Mon, Aug 29, 2011 Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows after giving a speech at the Japan’s Democratic Party lawmakers meeting in Tokyo Friday, Aug. 26, 2011. Kan announced he was resigning after almost 15 months in office amid plunging approval ratings over his government’s handling of the tsunami disaster and nuclear crisis. The Democrats will vote Monday for a new leader, who will almost certainly become Japan’s next prime minister, the sixth since 2006. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara) less Fri, Aug 26, 2011
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Viewed as a fiscal hawk, Noda as finance minister since June 2010 has backed the government’s proposal to double the 5 percent sales tax by the middle of the decade to fund bulging social security costs and curb massive public debt. He has also said Japan will need to raise taxes temporarily to help pay for rebuilding from the devastating March 11 tsunami. But he has grown more cautious about the timing of any rises, saying economic growth and fiscal reform are both vital. Reuters
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Noda has also said Japan must rein in its huge deficit — twice the country’s gross domestic product — and has voiced support in the past for raising the country’s 5 percent sales tax, but has toned that down lately. AP
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This combination of three photos taken over a six month period shows the March 11 tsunami and its aftermath at Sendai Airport in Sendai, Miyagi prefecture, northern Japan. The top photo taken March 11, 2011 shows the tsunami engulfing the airport immediately after an earthquake. The middle photo, taken June 3, 2011 and the bottom photo, taken Sept. 6, 2011 show the restored and reopened airport. (AP Photo /Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, FRANCE, HONG KONG, JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA
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This combination of three photos taken over a six month period shows the March 11 tsunami, and its aftermath, in Natori, Miyagi prefecture, northern Japan. The top photo, taken March 11, 2011 shows the tsunami rushing towards an urban area immediately after an earthquake. The middle photo, taken June 3, 2011, shows the same area with one remaining house, while the bottom photo, taken Sept. 6, 2011, shows the area after the house was removed. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, FRANCE, HONG KONG, JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA less Photo By AP/Kyodo News Thu, Sep 8, 2011
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In this combination of three photos taken over a six-month period shows aftermath of the March 11, 2011 tsunami and its cleanup progress in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, in northeastern Japan. The left photo, taken March 12, 2011, shows The No. 18 Kyotokumaru fishing vessel sitting amid still smoldering debris after being swept away from a port by the tsunami. The middle photo, taken June 3, 2011, the ship staying along with collected damaged vehicles. The last photo taken Sept. 5, 2011, shows the ship sitting in the same position amid almost cleared land. Kyodo News reported that there is a movement among citizens to keep the ship as it is as a monument of the disaster. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, FRANCE, HONG KONG, JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA less Photo By AP/Kyodo News Thu, Sep 8, 2011
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In this combo image, the initial destruction and progress of cleanup after the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami is seen in Kesennuma, northern Japan. The left photo, taken March 24, 2011 shows the fishing boats swept away by tsunami and left on land. The middle photo, taken June 3, 2011 shows the boats stay in the same position in the area almost unchanged and the right photo taken Sept. 5, 2011 shows the area after the boats were removed. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, FRANCE, HONG KONG, JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA less Photo By AP/Kyodo News Thu, Sep 8, 2011
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Setelah 15 bulan menduduki posisi Perdana Menteri Jepang sejak Juni 2010, yang sempat pula aku tulis di Lukisan “BGT 29″ Dan PM Baru Jepang “Enak Oto ‘Kan……” , dan kemudian diterpa oleh Gempa Besar 9SR dan Tsunami Jepang Maret 2011, maka beberapa hari yang lalu pada 26 Agustus 2011 Naoto Kan mengumumkan pengunduran diri dari posisi PM Jepang.

Beberapa orang sempat disebut sebagai kandidat untuk menggantikan Naoto Kan memegang posisi PM Jepang, antara lain mantan menteri luarnegeri Seiji Maehara, menteri keuangan Yoshihiko Noda dan menteri perdagangan Banri Kaieda.

Sampai putaran terakhir pemilihan, tinggal dua orang yang tersisa yaitu menteri keuangan Yoshihiko Noda dan menteri perdagangan Banri Kaieda. Dan yang berhasil meraih suara terbanyak pada pemilihan tanggal 29 Agustus 2011 itu adalah menteri keuangan Yoshihiko Noda, dengan 215 suara berbanding 177 suara yang diraih menteri perdagangan Banri Kaieda, sehingga Yoshihiko Noda terpilih menjadi Perdana Menteri baru Jepang. Yoshihiko Noda menjadi Perdana Menteri Jepang yang ke-enam dalam lima tahun terakhir ini, dimana dalam lima tahun terakhir ini sejak tahun 2006 sebagian besar Perdana Menteri Jepang cuma bertahan kurang dari satu tahun.

Sebagaimana terlihat dari kutipan artikel diatas oleh Reuters dan AP, pada tahun 2010 Yoshihiko Noda yang waktu itu masih menteri keuangan dikenal sebagai pendukung kuat terhadap usulan menaikkan pajak penjualan 5%. Sehingga ketika terpilih menjadi PM baru Jepang pada 29 Agustus 2011, seperti terkait dengan suratku soal 5 gram tertanggal 21 Agustus 2011 Mencermati Isyarat Dari Kasus Nazaruddin. Pada surat itu aku menyebut soal data dari Tansparency International mengenai urutan Indonesia dalam hal korupsi dibanding negara-negara lain di dunia. Setelah 12 tahun sejak reformasi, ada perbaikan untuk skor Indonesia di bidang korupsi, namun cuma sedikit yaitu dari 2,72 di tahun 1997 menjadi 2,8 di tahun 2010.

Pada surat itu aku juga mengutip ketua KPK pak Busyro Muqoddas yang pada saat memberi pengantar dalam konperensi pers 18 Agustus 2011 sebelum menunjukkan video perjalanan Nazarudiin, mengatakan bahwa korupsi di Indonesia sudah semakin sistematis dan kolektif. Sehingga aku mempertanyakan apakah ini berarti kita semakin mendekati posisi sebagaimana hadist Rasulullah mengenai pada akhir jaman umat Islam berjumlah besar namun “seperti buih di lautan”, dengan kata lain tingkat korupsi yang tinggi di Indonesia itu berarti kita sedang ikut mendorong dunia ini mendekati akhir jaman……..

Apabila diibaratkan kebaikan bangsa Indonesia adalah 35 juta ton, akan tetapi seiring dengan itu ada pula keburukan akibat  korupsi yang berjumlah 35 juta ton, berarti timbangan kebaikan kita menjadi nol, kita cuma seperti buih di lautan.

Dengan kata lain, setelah sekarang ini Yoshihiko Noda terpilih menjadi PM baru Jepang maka seperti nama belakang PM baru Jepang Yoshihiko Noda itu, kebaikan yang ada pada bangsa Indonesia itu mendapat noda akibat keburukan  korupsi.

Maka apakah karena ini pula kita berdua sedang mendapat tugas dari Allah, untuk sekedar menambah lima gram saja timbangan kebaikan itu agar minimal menjadi lebih berat timbangan kebaikan meskipun cuma lima gram.

Apalagi kemunculan Yoshihiko Noda menjadi PM baru Jepang pada 29 Agustus 2011 adalah setelah pada bulan Maret 2011 Jepang dilanda bencana besar, Gempa Besar 9SR dan Tsunami. Apakah semua ini bukan merupakan skenario dari Allah berkaitan tugas yang akan diberikan kepada kita berdua setelah kita terikat pernikahan, untuk kebaikan umat manusia …………….


Jakarta, 12 September 2011.
wassalam,


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