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FILLER ENTRY : Andai Di Pisah ..... Pantai dan Irama

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    FILLER ENTRY :

    Andai Di Pisah .... Pantai dan Irama




    Lemah ... tiada berjiwa

    hampa ....



* Pantai Irama, Jajahan Bachok - Disember 2006




* Pantai Irama, Jajahan Bachok - Jun 2008






* Pantai Irama, Jajahan Bachok - Disember 2006




* Pantai Irama, Jajahan Bachok - Jun 2008



* PERHATIAN :

Bagi mengelakkan kekeliruan,
kawasan yang ditambak sebagaimana dalam foto-foto di atas sebenarnya bukanlah
" Pantai Irama " yang biasa menjadi tumpuan umum. Namun demikian, ianya terletak
hanya bersebelahan ( belakang Tabung Haji ), bahkan jelas kelihatan dari Pantai Irama.
Kerana itu, ianya bolehlah juga dianggap sebagai sebahagian jaluran Pantai Irama.

Penduduk setempat memanggilnya, " Pantai Kuala Belongae ".





Kehilangan tanah kerana masalah hakisan, satu hal.

Kehilangan artifak sejarah kerana masalah hakisan dan pengabaian pula, satu hal.

Yang ajaibnya,
apabila memikirkan isu kehilangan " tanah " dan " sejarah " dengan serentak,
entah kenapa, teringat pula dengan kisah yang berikut :




Quote:

    " ......... Merujuk kepada surat daripada Pemangku Setiausaha Kerajaan (SUK)
    negeri Johor pada 1953 kepada Singapura, yang mengatakan bahawa kerajaan
    Johor tidak menuntut hak milik ke atas Pulau Batu Putih, Dr. Ramlah berkata,
    ia juga menunjukkan kelemahan pentadbiran kerajaan negeri pada masa itu.

    "Pengakuan kita (surat SUK) bahawa ia (pulau) bukan hak milik kita menunjukkan
    kelemahan dan kesalahan kita betapa tidak menggunakan sejarah sebagai panduan
    dan tidak membuat rujukan serta penyelidikan yang betul.

    "Ini pengajaran kepada Malaysia betapa pentingnya dokumen-dokumen sejarah
    dan merujuk kepada orang yang terlibat sebelum membuat keputusan," katanya
    ketika dihubungi hari ini ...... "


    Petikan dari :
    Utusan Malaysia Online, 24 Mei 2008 : Pengajaran kepada Malaysia









Apa kaitan ?

Haaaa ... ada kaitannya .... dalam konteks tersirat ...

Tapi kena fikir, dan renung renung sendiri laa ....






BACAAN BERKAITAN



Quote:


    The New Straits Times 25 Sep 2006 : Shrinking Malaysia

    * 1,400km coastline being eroded;

    * Up to 40m of land in 33 areas lost yearly;

    * More than 70pc of Kelantan, Perlis and Selangor coastlines facing erosion;

    * Malaysia faces huge losses in lives, property.


    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is shrinking. Literally. Thousands of lives and millions
    of ringgit in property are in danger in at least 93 areas of the country as the hungry
    sea continues to gobble up land.

    In 33 areas, the authorities confirmed, we are losing stetches of up to 40 metres of
    land a year. Drainage and Irrigation Department (DID) statistics reveal that 223
    stretches of our coast — or 1,414km of land — are being eroded. But coastal folk,
    especially fishermen, say government figures are too conservative. They may be
    right as the number of "critical" areas has increased in the last 10 years, despite
    government efforts to stem the tide.

    ................

    The top beaches in "critical" condition are Pantai Sabak in Kelantan, Bagan Datoh in
    Perak and the Kuala Sala and Kuala Kangkong stretches in Kedah.

    ................

    He said the states with the worst coastal erosion were Kelantan (73.4 per cent of the
    coastal area), Perlis (72.5 per cent) and Selangor (71.3 per cent).

    "For Pantai Sabak in Kelantan, erosion has taken away a stretch of 200 metres in the
    last 10 years."

    However, the state with the most number of beaches in the "critical" category is Kedah
    with 16 beaches, followed by Pahang with 11 beaches, and Selangor with 10.

    ................

    Short-term measures include placing large rocks or linking concrete blocks, called
    "revetment", on the beach to absorb the force of the waves. Another way is to induce
    sedimentation by placing "groynes", which are structures built into the sea, to keep the
    sand within the zone created by it.

    For beaches with aesthetic value such as Batu Ferringhi in Penang and Port Dickson
    in Negri Sembilan, Keizrul said placing rocks would mean there would no longer
    be a beach.


    "Here we do something called "beach nourishment" where we bring in sand to the beach.
    Since the sea will eventually take this sand away, we have to do this once every five
    years," he said.


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