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Judi, Kasino haram di Hawai

Posted by Love Perak | Tuesday, November 30, 2010 | 1 comments »

Dipetik dari blog Tulang Besi MalaysiaWave

NOTA EDITOR: Artikel ini telah diemailkan kepada Tulang Besi. Kandungan yang sangat2 menarik bagaimana Hawaii boleh mengharamkan semua bentuk judi termasuk judi yang bersifat kebajikan masyarakat. Ertinya seluruh pulau Hawai, tiada sebuah pun kedai judi. Tapi, kalau pergi pekan Rembau, pekan Kuala Pilah, bersepah kedai judi. Tapi, di Malaysia ni ngaku Islam sebagai agama rasmi sedangkan Hawaii ni negeri bukan Islam.

Saya suka cara Hawaii mengawal aktiviti judi dalam suasana negeri tersebut bukan negeri Islam. Mereka hanya mengizinkan judi yang bersifat sosial, yakni tiada siapa yang diizinkan membuat keuntungan dari aktiviti judi sama sekali. Mengapa konsep yang sama tidak boleh dipraktikan di Malaysia?

Ke hulu ke hilir UMNO mengaku memperjuangkan Islam tapi negeri Hawaii yang kafir lebih mulia dari segi aktiviti judi berbanding UMNO.

Terdedah lagilah kemunafikan UMNO.


Di Hawaii tiada kasino, tapi di Malaysia ?

Tahukah kita bahawa kegiatan perjudian adalah diharamkan sama sekali di sebuah negeri di Amerika Syarikat ? Di Hawaii tiada satu pun kasino. Malahan kasino atas kapal pun dilarang masuk ke perairan Hawaii. Maju saja Hawaii tanpa judi. Siap ada siri TV Popular Hawaii Five O lagi. Tahu tak apa makna Five O itu ?

Five O ialah FIFTY atau Limapuluh, iaitu negeri yang ke 50 menyertai Amerika Syarikat.

Bandingkan Hawaii dengan Malaysia, tak malu ke ? Hawaii yang terkenal satu dunia tak ada kasino, Malaysia ada Genting. Hawaii tak ada kedai judi berlesen, tapi pekan kecil Kuala Pilah, pekan kecil Rembau pun ada kedai judi.

Bukan sahaja kasino tak dibenarkan di Hawaii, loteri pun tak boleh. Silap haribulan cabutan bertuah Sijil Simpanan Premium pun dianggap judi di Hawaii.

TAK PERCAYA ? Buatlah search sendiri, buatlah penyelidikan sendiri.

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Hawaii is one of the two remaining states in the US where all forms of gambling are considered illegal (the other being Utah). There are neither casinos nor state lotteries in Hawaii. Any form of betting or pari-mutuel betting is not considered legal. Even games and raffles for charitable purposes are outlawed. So long as there's an element of chance involving a reward or an item to be won, Hawaii Gambling Laws deem all of these as illegal
http://www.hawaiicasinos.org


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Hawaii: Not a Gambler’s Paradise

Close your eyes and think Hawaii – endless beaches of pristine white sand, lush tropical trees, luxurious hotels, exciting evenings, world class casinos…. STOP. You’ll have to backtrack a bit because the casino bit doesn’t fit into the classic Hawaiian fantasy. Did you know that there are only two states in the US that frown on any form of gambling… and Hawaii is one of them?!

The State of Hawaii doesn’t allow any form of games for rewards or money – and that includes bingo! And if you think the police turn a blind eye, think again. According to the state’s authorities, anybody contravening these laws are up against stiff punishment. Even cruise ships with casinos on board are barred from entering Hawaii’s waters.

But that’s not to say that Hawaiians are living in a little gambling-free bubble. It is a known fact that hundreds of thousands of residents from the Aloha State visit Vegas casinos each year, meaning that even though they can’t play on home turf, top-notch gambling entertainment is only a plane-ride away. Of course, online gambling is also an option, despite the grey area in the legality of doing so from Hawaii.

So how do Hawaiins get their gambling fix in a state that doesn’t even have a lottery in place? Thankfully, what is know as social gambling is allowed in the state, as long as everyone is on level terms and the house doesn’t get a cut. This gives enough leeway for impromptu social gambling games to be set up in private homes, and there are even services offered that set up a mini-Vegas in a location of your choice – as long as it in within the limits of the law.

Another thing to note is that Hawaii’s flower industry is literally flourishing thanks to demand from an interesting source – Las Vegas casinos and casino cruise ships. This means that even though casinos and gambling are outlawed in Hawaii, the state is still managing to make a killing from this very industry thanks to the demand for its exotic flowers.

Posted in Casino, Gambling.

By reneek November 2, 2010
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1 comments

  1. tungkaran hati.blogspot // November 30, 2010 at 2:55 PM  

    Perjuangan PAS lebih bermaruah tanpa PKR dan DAP.
    Keujudan PAS dalam PR hanya sebagai Babi tunggangan sahaja.
    Tak percaya? Tanyalah sama Anwar Ibrahim dan Lim Kit Siang.

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