Immediate response on the Parliamentary Dissolution announcement today

  1. #1 by a-malaysian on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 2:35 pm

    Dear Fellow Malaysian, Malaysian Of All Races

    Yes the GE is here.

    Please vote wisely.

    Do not be afraid

    1)This is our downfall for the past fifty years. Why must we be afraid? Do we want to be intiminated again by their slogan of riots and kris waving? We have only one life and so are they.

    2)Many are saying that they know who we vote for, so what if they know. What can they do to us small fry. There are over 10 million voters, pray tell me how can they monitor each and everyone of the voters. Only their members who want to vote for the oppositions are afraid and these are the people they are going after. Do not be afraid if they know who you vote, they cannot send all who votes for the oppositions to jail.


    For fellow Malays, do not think that the discrimination by bn are just affecting the non malays. You are wrong. Discrimination are all over and affect each and everyone of us irrespective of any race if you do not bow, toe their line and not a member of their executive club.

    The purpose of the NEP, you all know about it, but are they implemented in their true form. Fellow malays, please tell me, have you gain much from this NEP which is suppose to elevate you all to be at par with others. Have it achieve it’s real intention, you answer me.

    Education should be devoid of all political influence and they should be on merit. Using the NEP to project and in a way forcing the Malays to study and graduated them with no merit is not the answer. All capable Malays should be allow to compete with others and use the NEP to provide relevant courses more suitable to the other slower learners.

    Can the Oppositions run the country
    If anyone ask me this question, I will tell them, it is a stupid question.

    Just think back 50 years ago, do the people selected to run the country after gaining independence, have any experience in running a country before. They are given a chance to run the country and pray tell me why we cannot allow the opposition to rule. Just assume we are given the independence today and let the Oppositions lead us like what the loosely formed Alliance at that time was given the chance to do so.


    This is the main culprit that is destroying our country. The whole government system is rotten to the core. They are telling us, including the poor pm that we must make a report, get evidence and proof before they can act.
    Do you all not think that this is just plain stupid?

    Let me ask you, if you do not pay your income tax, what will happen? The IRS will come after you and can you tell them that there is no report against you for not paying, why are they running after you.

    If you do not pay your car road tax and the police stop and issue you a summon, can you tell them there is no report against you for not paying the road tax and why they are going after you?

    These agencies are doing their job to ensure that you abide by the laws of this country.

    Likewise for corruptions, ACA must pursue and act on their own initiative.

    ACA stands for “anti corruption agency” and what is their job?

    To prevent corruption, seek and destroy all corruptors.

    Do they need people to make a report to them, show them all the evidence and proofs before they can act?

    They must act on their own and take action to prevent corruptions from happening. They must be on the prowl to catch corruptors, using their power to search through bank accounts, land office, IRS and other means should they smell or hear anything suspicious like how come that minister can afford two or three or even four houses, that minister can afford to lose millions in gambling, that mb is so very rich and other ministers living beyond their means.

    Do you really need a report, evidence and proof before you can act, then what the hell do we need ACA for.

    Fellow Malaysian of all races, please open your eyes and lets walk together to show bn the door this coming GE.

    50 years is ENOUGH
    Vote For A Change
    Vote For Any Opposition
    Give Them A Chance To Change For A Better Malaysia
    Remember bn Is A Useless Grouping Of Self Serving, Corrupt, Dictator, Power Crazy, Racist, Kris waving, etc, etc type of parties.

  2. #2 by Thegame on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 2:39 pm

    lks by choosing the date he is not only insulting the chinese but insulting the muslims as well.The date is based in accordance to fengshui.The muslims must feel slighted and insulted for Paklah to be seen following fengshui which is not islam at all.shame on you paklah

  3. #3 by carloz28 on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 2:46 pm

    Releks uncle lim, by dissolving the parliament during CNY celebrations, BN just bought themselves a death sentence…This clearly works in DAP’s favor!

    BN OUT!

  4. #4 by k1980 on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 2:48 pm

    Yesterday, Abdullah had tried to quell the rumours that he would dissolve parliament on the 13th – his favourite number – telling reporters “No, it won’t be tomorrow”.

    Lim slammed the premier for the about-face. “I think it’s most disgraceful and shocking after the assurance yesterday evening that there would not be a dissolution today,” he said.,25197,23207413-25837,00.html

  5. #5 by wahlaueh08 on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 2:50 pm

    this time myself also cannot tahan liao!!
    please fellow malaysian, if you are!
    VOTE for a new GOVERNMENT that can bring more justice to all malaysian! 50 years is very much enough!!!

  6. #6 by wizzerd on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 3:09 pm

    What an example the PM is going to set to the people.!!
    He can lie to the whole nation. How to tell the kids if they lie..PM also can lie, why can’t we?

    You are not Pak Lah..but Pak Liar!
    Liar Liar Pants on Fire

    On CNY..hope that the insensitivity on dissolving the Parliament will swing the tide to the Opposition’s favour.
    Wrong move Pak Liar.

    Vote for any Opposition
    Enough is enough, kick the corrupt and insensitive regime OUT!!

  7. #7 by ContractorclassA on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 3:12 pm

    Uncle Kit,
    I’m glad it’s finally here. Never mind that the PM decides again to disrespect the chinese by dissolving the parliament during the cny period. We will speak our voice.
    We are behind you Kit.

  8. #8 by IsaMrofer on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 3:40 pm

    The time has come. DAP u have my vote.

  9. #9 by a-malaysian on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 3:42 pm

    YB Kit,

    Please remind all your candidates to be extra careful when they submit their nomination forms. Bring all the neccessary documents and ensure that all tiny things are checked.

    the ec is under umno control and they will try their best to disqualify as many candidates as they can on very simple error. They will do this to ensure umno regain control and this is the easiest way to do.

    Remember that they are liars and cheats and will do anything to remain in power as what the ec chief is saying, there is no better regime other than the racist umno.

    50 years is ENOUGH
    Vote For A Change
    Vote For Any Opposition
    Give Them A Chance To Change For A Better Malaysia
    Remember bn Is A Useless Grouping Of Self Serving, Corrupt, Dictator, Power Crazy, Racist, Kris waving, etc, etc type of parties.

  10. #10 by MAJULAHMALAYSIA on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 3:54 pm

    Hi All Malaysian, I would like to remind all of you. If you really hope DAP to win, don’t insult other people or make joke on racial. We must promote Unity. Tell all the Malaysian, DAP is a Malaysian party, it’s not a Malay, Chinese or Indian party.

    DAP fight for Malaysian.

  11. #11 by EggNoodles on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 3:56 pm

    Undeniably, he is a liar. He is no longer trustworthy.

  12. #12 by on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 3:56 pm

    You have my full support uncle lim, I’ll do my part a little by posting snippets online and around forums to keep malaysian a little more expose to the lies of the government and keep everyone on their toes. Congratulations on the work done so far for the country and I hope you and DAP will persevere on!

  13. #13 by Libra2 on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 3:56 pm

    All of us can do our part, albeit in a small way, to influence fence sitters and even BN supporters to vote Opposition.
    First start with our family members, relatives, club members, church members and colleagues.
    DO NOT FEAR your vote will be traced. I have voted in all general elections since 1978 and all my votes went to the DAP.
    Talk about the Keris, body-snatching, corruption, crime rate and racism. TALK ABOUT UMNO’S ARROGANCE!!!

  14. #14 by Evenmind on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 3:56 pm

    Well parliament is dissolved , the next good thing we can do with people power is to also dissolve the BN ( Brainless Nationalist ) party of Malaysia ,for good., I would like to share the following why they have misearably failed to perform.,

    Why look East to Japan for good governance when Singapore is just next door? Answer: Because Malaysia does not wish to ‘kalah bulu’ without realising that it is already more than ‘kalah bulu’!

    At 84, the fire still burns!
    By Ahmad Mustapha

    Singapore’s Minister Mentor, Lee Kuan Yew, who was Singapore’s founding father, has always been very direct in his comments. This was the man who outsmarted the communists in Singapore (with the innocent help of Malaya then and the willing help of the British) and who later outwitted the British and outpaced Malaysia in all spheres.

    Singapore practices corrupt-free meritocracy and Malaysia affirmative action. The former attracted all the best brains and the latter chased out all the brains. The Singapore cabinet consists of dedicated and intelligent technocrats whereas Malaysia has one of the most unwieldy cabinets. Not only that, brain- wise it was below par not even good for the kampong. With that kind of composition, one that is very brainy, naturally Singapore , with no natural resources could outstrip Malaysia in every aspect of development. Malaysia , on the other hand, was too much preoccupied with its Malayness and the illusory ‘Ketuanan Melayu’ and was also more interested in useless mega iconic development rather than real social and economic development. Whenever Kuan Yew utters anything that deemed to be a slight on Malaysia, voices were raised admonishing him. Malaysia would never dare to face reality. That Singapore had shown that it could survive was a slap on those who believed that Singapore would fold up once it left Malaysia. Therefore it was natural that these doomsayers would try to rationalise their utterances to be in their favour to combat on whatever Kuan Yew commented. Its political jealousy. Singapore achieved its development status without any fanfare . But here in Malaysia, a development that was deceptive was proclaimed as having achieved development status. It was trumpeted as an achievement that befits first world status. This was self delusion. Malaysians are led to believe into a make believe world, a dream world.

    The leaders who themselves tend to believe in their own fabricated world did not realise the people were not taken in by this kind of illusion. Lee Kuan Yew believed in calling a spade a spade. I was there in Singapore when the People’s Action Party won the elections in 1959. He was forthright in his briefing to party members as to what was expected of them and what Singapore would face in the future. Ideologically, I did not agree with him. We in the University of Malaya Socialist Club had a different interpretation of socialist reconstruction. But he was a pragmatist and wanted to bring development and welfare to the Singaporeans. Well! He succeeded . Malaysia was so much embroiled in racial politics and due to the fear of losing political power, all actions taken by the main party in power was never targeted towards bringing wealth to all. Wealth was distributed to the chosen few only . They were the cronies and the backers of the party leadership to perpetuate their own selfish ends. Seeing the efficiency and the progress achieved by Singapore caused the Malaysian leadership to suffer from an inferiority complex. That Malaysia should suffer from this complex was of its own making. In a recent interview, Kuan Yew said that Malaysia could have done better if only it treated its minority Chinese and Indian population fairly. Instead they were completely marginalised and many of the best brains left the country in droves. He added that Singapore was a standing indictment to what Malaysia could have done differently. He just hit the nail right there on the head.

    Malaysia recently celebrated its 50th year of independence with a bagful of uncertainties. The racial divide has become more acute. The number of Malay graduates unemployed is on the increase. And this aspect can be very explosive. But its sad to see that no positive actions have been taken to address these social ills. Various excuses were given by Malaysian leaders why Singapore had far outstripped Malaysia in all aspects of social and economic advancement :- Singapore was small, they rationalised and therefore easy to manage. Singapore was not a state but merely an island. There was one other aspect that Malaysia practises and that is to politicise all aspects of life. All government organs and machinery were ‘UMNO-ised’. This was to ensure that the party will remain in power. Thus there was this misconception by the instruments of government as to what national interest is and what UMNO vested interest is.

    UMNO vested interest only benefited a few and not the whole nation. But due to the UMNO-isation of the various instruments of government, the country under the present administration had equated UMNO vested interest as being that of national interest. Thus development became an avenue of making money and not for the benefit of the people. The fight against corruption took a back seat. Transparency was put on hold. And the instruments of government took it to be of national interest to cater to the vested interest of UMNO. Enforcement of various enactments and laws was selective. Thus a ‘palace’ in Kelang, APs cronies and close-one-eye umno MPs could exist without proper procedure. Corruption infested all govt departments, the worst is the police and lately even in the judiciary. Singapore did not politicise its instruments of government. If ever policisation took place, it was guided by national interest. To be efficient and to be the best in the region was of paramount importance. Thus all the elements like corruption, lackadaisical attitude towards work and other black elements, which would retard such an aim, were eliminated. Singapore naturally had placed the right priority in it’s pursuit to achieve what is best for its people. This is the major difference between these two independent countries.

    Malaysia in its various attempts to cover up its failures embarked on several diversions. It wanted its citizens to be proud that the country had the tallest twin-tower in the world, although the structure was designed and built by foreigners. Its now a white-elephant wasting away in the glow of the sun and the moon. It achieved in sending a man into space at an exorbitant price. For what purpose? These are what the Malays of old would say “menang sorak” (hollow victories).

    It should be realised that administering a country can be likened to managing a corporate entity. If the management is efficient and dedicated and know what they are doing, the company will prosper. The reverse will be if the management is poor and bad the company will go bust. There are five countries around this region. There is Malaysia, and then Indonesia. To the east there is the Philippines and then there is that small enclave called the Sultanate of Brunei. All these four countries have abundance of natural resources but none can lay claim to have used all these resources to benefit the people.

    Poverty was rampant and independence had not brought in any significant benefits to the people. But tiny Singapore without any resources at all managed to bring development to its citizens. It had one of the best public MRT transport systems and airlines in the world and it is a very clean city state. Their universities, health care, ports are among the best in the world. It is impossible to compare what Singapore has achieved to what all these four countries had so far achieved. It was actually poor management and corruption, and nothing more.

    Everything is done for the vested interest of the few. Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines and the Sultanate of Brunei need good management teams. They would not be able to do this on their own steam. I would advise that they call on Kuan Yew to show them what good governance is. Why look East to Japan when the answers are all there just next door across the causeway.


  15. #15 by Malaysian citizen on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 4:09 pm

    As a Malaysian citizen and if you are not a Malay , it is really stupid to vote for any BN parties since you are being treated as a 2nd or 3rd class citizens here.

    You can see all projects from the government are 100% given to the Bumi companies or the Umno related companies , if this continues , the non-Malays will be facing a harder and harder life in Malaysia.

    Why vote for MCA , Gerakan , MIC or PPP when you do not have the equal rights in so many aspects in your daily life compare with the Malays.

    Most of you voters , I believe are born in Malaysia , don’t you feel something unfair here when you do not have the equal rights as the Malays.

    Don’t you feel uneasy when you are being called the “Non-Bumis” . Meaning not born in Malaysia.

    Vote for DAP or any opposition parties so that they can fight for your rights .

    You have nothing to loose since you have been treated as a 2nd class citizens since 1970.

    As for the Malays out there , don’t feel too confident with the NEP policies as this policy is actually breaking-up the citizens unity. when there is no unity in the country , there is no progress for that country.

  16. #16 by Evenmind on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 4:09 pm

    What we want is a just and fair Malaysia .No more Bumi /Non Bumi , Islam / Bukan Islam , WE should all be called Malaysians , and help / assistance should be rendered to anyone in need irrespective of race , colour or creed.


  17. #17 by gofortruth on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 4:16 pm

    No time to lose. I found out that even a lot of city chinese youngsters are still having indifferent attitude and do not want anything to do with politics (they think voting is getting involve in politics, sigh!). I’m doing my level best to send relevent articles to them.
    Uncle Kit please post more of your short video clips (no more than 5min in length each) exposing the wrongs of this ruling gomen together with short write ups.
    We will send them until we reach the last Malaysian citizen.
    Quick! Quick!Quick!

  18. #18 by oknyua on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 4:18 pm

    YB Lim, Malaysia Today is under attack. Get your IT staff ready.

  19. #19 by dawsheng on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 4:25 pm

    Please donate for a better Malaysia.

  20. #20 by gofortruth on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 4:39 pm

    Thanks dawsheng, so kind of you to let us know where to donate.

  21. #21 by grace on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 4:59 pm

    Pak Lah had hoodwinked the rakyat for the past 4 years with his impressive useless slogans and promises.
    I believe almost all the readers are not responsible for the follies because we did not vote the sleepy head to office.
    The bulk of the voters innocently fell to his trap and gave him an overwhelming majority.
    This time around, let us do our bits. Just help convince your friends, strangers and relatives to vote either DAP, PKR or PAS simply just to reduce the BN majority.

  22. #22 by year of snake on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 5:04 pm

    I am glad to hear that the GE is going to happen and awaiting for the date to be announced. I am especially keen to hear where the unofficial PM, Khairy will be standing so that I will know how I can canvass for his opponent. I hope everybody will contribute to his downfall on his debut in the GE. He is already acting so high and mighty when not in parliament, imagine what he will be like when he is in.

  23. #23 by Jimm on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 5:19 pm

    This will be the new millenuim most scandal GE in world history.
    We always talk about the 3rd world countries GE scandals and how their politician planned the voting result, now Malaysian will be able to witness all the said right in front fo their own backyard.
    The EC have decided on the voter names and which constitution they will be voting. The police will make sure that the right voters are given ‘protection’. There won’t be any record of ballot paper as casting vote are ‘supposed’ to be secret. Ha!! there will be so much turnout in all those polling centres where result need to be swing. Postal voters quantity will be the best tool to combat unwanted result as before.

  24. #24 by k1980 on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 5:23 pm

    To the Liar, from the rakyat who have been fed lies for the past 4 years

    “Feel Good Lies”

    You think you’re irresistable
    So hot it’s unbelievable
    I’m thinking you’re just predictable
    Yeah yeah yeah yeah
    Better check your alibi
    When you look me in the eye
    Make ’em real good lies
    Like them feelgood lies
    Think I’m messing with your plan
    I don’t really give a damn
    ’bout them real good lies
    Them feelgood lies

  25. #25 by gofortruth on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 5:23 pm

    Apart from doing my part on financial support, I’ll e mail this to everyone I know and ask them to do the same:-

  26. #26 by Xiao He on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 5:59 pm

    Yes, the BN ministers are now CARETAKER ministers.. So, they must not abusing the government’s (People’s) resouces anymore.. If they come to your constituency for campaigning, ask them to come with their own transport.. If they were holding ceramah and giving out free dinner, ask them to fish the money out of their own pockets..

  27. #27 by justice_fighter on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 6:01 pm

    Dear gofortruth,
    Good effort! I am also doing similar things to convince young elegible voters who are reluctant to vote!! Time to kick UMNO’s ass!!

  28. #28 by I Malaysian on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 6:03 pm

    Dear YB, It is also important that as the head of opposition you see to it the ministers and BN leaders are not using government or officials means to propaganda BN’s agenda. If they do then they should be taken to court for misuse of government means. At our side, we could do all that is possible to help opposition.
    How to believe a man who has just refuted claims that the parliament would be dissolved today and less than 24 hours he went back on his word to dissolve it. Looks like there is a million mile difference between him and a word in honor. Disgusting la… Malaysians.

  29. #29 by iweepformalaysia on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 6:10 pm

    Yes YB Lim, he (Abdullah) has to explain (or give a valid excuse) on why he chose to dissolve the Parlimen although he gave assurance that it won’t be today (Wednesday, 13/2/08) and in the middle of Chinese New Year celebration.

    These proved that he is not honest (contradicting the teaching of Islam Hadhari he preached since day one) to the people of Malaysian, playing with words and thereby treating them as idiots. I would personally think that he had no idea what he wanted to do, perhaps he had no idea what was the content of the scripts he was reading all these while. Anyway, both thus proved that he is incompetent and lack of credibility as the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

    Secondly, he does not respect Malaysia as a plural country for dissolving during Chinese New Year (which traditionally last for 15 days). Previously, it was Deepavali that he chose to ignore to allow UMNO General Assembly to continue.

    So, would you continue to vote for a government that does not take into consideration of every Malaysians, does whatever they want and they like, and practices dishonesty? Would you continue to vote for a government that treats each and every Malaysians as IDIOTS?

  30. #30 by dawsheng on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 6:27 pm

    Abdullah wants to make race an election issue and that’s why he dissolved parliament in the middle of Chinese New Year celebration, Abdullah fears he may lose supports among ethnic Malays and the only way to get the Malay votes is there’s many angry Chinese, angry Chinese is translated as anti-Malay. Uncle Kit, this is a non-issue in the coming general election. Reminder to all, UMNO is Malay but not all Malay is UMNO. Do not fall into the trap of race politics of BN.

  31. #31 by mysn1st on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 6:29 pm

    It is clearly Pak Lah is lying to the whole Malaysian on his yesterday statement.

  32. #32 by dawsheng on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 6:32 pm

    I expect some good news from PKR de facto leader, Amwar Ibrahim!

  33. #33 by k1980 on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 7:41 pm

    Is the nation-wide DAP-PKR electoral pact ready? If not, BN will continue to have a 2/3 majority for the next 5 years

  34. #34 by zizou on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 8:37 pm

    Just wondering , in Islam Hadari, why no fatwa against corruption?

  35. #35 by AhPek on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 9:05 pm

    PM has been lying for over 4 years.Can you not recall his homilies:
    (1) Work with me and not work for me.

    (2) I am a Prime Minister for all Malaysians.

    (3) We are not in the business of cheating.

    (4) There will be no more mega projects.

    And it was him who call for a Royal Commission on the police force.The Commission has long come out with a Report and recommendations and now what.IPCMC has vanished into thin air and by now long forgotten!
    So nothing he has done most recently is new such as asserting yesterday that dissolution of Parliment would not be declared on the 13th Feb and doing the reverse today(13th Feb).He hasn’t change a bit from his normal habit of lying.He is exhibiting his usual characteristic behaviour.
    However,YB KIT,it is to your advantage and you have done a great job in reaping such a bonus.I’ve said PM will definitely do it simply because you have warned him not to.

  36. #36 by raven77 on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 9:20 pm

    It is time now. The Dap must help in ensuring the BN doesnt achieve its two thirds majority….But more then that…the DAP must see if it can snatch Penang. And if it does….it must transform Penang into a world class economy even if the BN throw all soughts of obstacles…and if they succeed in making Penang better then Singapore….they would have proven to every Malaysian….that a Malaysian party can indeed take a Malaysian state to first world status by using the best brains…..and that alone will convince and snowball every Malaysian to keep voting in the DAP……If the DAP deliver by exemplenary governance…..yuou would have given hope to so many Malaysians who have lost hope in this country…….May God be with you….

  37. #37 by chiakchua on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 9:45 pm

    Yes, break the 2/3 in Parliament as one of the 2 main goals for the 12th. GE. The other one is go all out to get Penang! Let our Malaysian see how the opposition could rule Penang better than all other BN ruled states! Let ruling of Penang be the eye opener to ruling of the whole nation in time to come.

    Opposition cannot manage the country? What a lie! What special capability our cabinet ministers have? I am dead confident many of us in the private sector can manage the country many times better than them! What a laughing stock for they can’t even collect higher educational loan from the borrowers? Give me free hand for 1 month without pay and I will sort them out without any problem! May be they are referring to the opposition may not know how to go about the ‘corrupt practices’!

    ABB had recently said all students must be taught racial harmony. He is only giving lip service to ‘shiok’ the non-Malays to hook their vote! How could the non-Malay students be so dumb that they can’t see for themselves the so many unfair practices around them?

    Come on MCA, Gerakan, SUPP, don’t help UMNO to cheat the non-Malays anymore!

  38. #38 by techie on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 10:11 pm

    People! Do not be afraid to vote for the Opposition. They can’t trace your votes. I’ve always voted for DAP (twice). I’m a government servant and nothing has happened to me. There’s no way for them to go after the millions of voters who vote for opposition.

  39. #39 by cheng on soo on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 11:08 pm

    The Malay, (also all non bumi Msian) must think, do they wan this bn to lie, to suck Msia dry, til it is too late, and then all Msian (bumi, non bumi etc) will suffer, examples of rampant corruption are too obvious, and hv too many such cases.
    If continue like this, it is a certainty (just when, many similar cases around the world) Msia will be sucked dry by this bn, capable Msian will go away, and ordinary Msian will left to suffer in future! by then all those bn fellas will be enjoying life oversea! Do U wan this to happen!

  40. #40 by voice on Wednesday, 13 February 2008 - 11:56 pm

    If there’s no changes in this election, I don’t think it’s safe to live here anymore.

  41. #41 by cheng on soo on Thursday, 14 February 2008 - 12:00 am

    Non bumi, remember, the keris in yr blood, burnt down SCA hall, throw away yr suqiu, bully pig farmer, demolish temple, ISA for yr Hin… 5, high crime rate, many little Napoleans here there, closed yr Damansara Sch.., submarine purchase, PKFTZ, ‘even God cant sink UMNO! ‘quota in Uni. change yr God name, remove yr cross, etc etc, Easily can find min. 24 reasons not to vote for BN .

  42. #42 by pwcheng on Thursday, 14 February 2008 - 1:01 am

    We must be fools if we are to vote for a party with a leader who has no credibility, who talks cock, and who leads a party called “Bangsat National”.

    Come on all voters of Malaysia, Malays, Chinese, Indians, Ibans, Kadazans and all other races, please wake up and do not be fooled again by this fool. Its time for a change and it cannot be worse.

  43. #43 by g2geetoo on Thursday, 14 February 2008 - 11:51 am

    DAP, PKR or PAS will have my vote in this election.

    I feel offended by Barisan Nasional dissolving Parliament and calling for an election while Chap Goh Meh is not even over yet. This is total arrogance and disrespect to the chinese community and we should hold Gerakan and MCA responsible for selling our festive rights.

    Enough of UMNO arrogance! Vote BN out!

    Badawi, you dig your own hole!!

  44. #44 by treeman1957 on Saturday, 16 February 2008 - 9:34 am

    Can DAP and PSM/PKR go all out to please ensure that Sg. Siput is a 0ne-to-one contest. Let’s not split the opposition votes and teach Samy a humble lesson, that is if he is nominated to contest there. Even the non-Indians cannot put up with his arrogance any longer.

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