Successful breakfast ceramah in Tawau


First of its kind not only in Tawau but in Sabah and Malaysia as well – a breakfast ceramah at 7.30 am.

Turnout at Sin Onn Market, Tawau by Tawau voters and their families for the breakfast ceramah was over-capacity and overwhelmingly supportive and most encouraging – highlighting the reality that the battle in the Sri Tanjong state Assembly contest is between the DAP candidate Jimmy Wong Sze Phin and the Barisan Nasional candidate while the Tawau parliamentary contest is between the DAP candidate Chan Foong Hin and the BN candidate, although there is a third candidate in both constituencies.

If not for the third candidate in Sri Tanjong, Datuk Kong Hong Ming (Keadilan), many Tawau voters would say that “Tiger” Jimmy Wong would have an edge over the BN candidate, a DAP “renegade”, especially as Jimmy Wong had done more than the incumbent BN candidate to fight for the rights and welfare of the people of Tawau – especially in his successful espousal of the cause of the people of Tawau to defend their “open spaces” from despoilation by an irresponsible axis of the local government and developer, an issue which affects not only Tawau and Sabah but the whole of Malaysia!

In the circumstances, Datuk Kong cannot win on his own but can only draw votes away from Jimmy to ensure that the BN candidate is the sole beneficiary by slipping into victory with a minority vote, which goes against the larger state and national objectives to ensure the defeat of every BN candidate, whether at state or parliamentary level on March 8, 2008.

In the interests of the larger state and national objectives to ensure that March 8 general election delivers a major blow to Umno political hegemony, whether at national or state level, Datuk Liew should seriously consider withdrawing from the Sri Tanjong contest – or the voters should ensure that every vote is husbanded to defeat the BN candidate by voting singlemindedly for Jimmy Wong and not wast away their votes and fundamental constitutional rights through split votes which is the greatest hope and wish of the BN candidate!

  1. #1 by u2 on Sunday, 2 March 2008 - 6:33 pm

    don’t just deny BN 2/3 majority,
    vote BA (PAS,PKR,DAP) into new government,
    get 2/3 majority for BA. The more seats for BA the merrier!

    god bless….

  2. #2 by ZhouYu on Sunday, 2 March 2008 - 7:22 pm

    I believe the best way is to either split the constituency that cannot be agreed upon between DAP and PKR (one goes to DAP and one goes to PKR) or 3 corners fights. It would be unfair to have either side to give up both constituencies for the other. Afterall, there was a 3 cornered fight in Sandakan and 4 cornered fight in Kuala Penyu, both won by Independent candidates.

  3. #3 by sheriff singh on Sunday, 2 March 2008 - 7:40 pm

    Its kinda late isn’t it to wish for a straight fight, not only in Tawau but in the many state and Parliament seats in the State.

    2008 is a good chance for a major change but looking at things, it is likely not to happen.

    But not to worry.

    I have prayed for your victories in Sri Tanjong and Tawau. You will win both.

    Also you will win both Kota Kinabalu and 2 state seats. Sandakan and the two state seats.

    Total: 3 Parliament and 6 state seats in Sabah fror DAP.

    PKR will win only 2 state seats (including Bingkor). Thats about it for Sabah, big win for BN there. Mark my words.

  4. #4 by ZhouYu on Sunday, 2 March 2008 - 7:48 pm

    sheriff:

    This time round, it seems to me that a lot of people are pissed off with BN compared to the past 2 elections. Nevertheless, at the end of the day, it still depends if these number pissed off people translate to a win for the opposition or only a reduced majority for BN.

    If things don’t change in 2008, it might as well never will. All the veterans are aging…..

  5. #5 by P.O.T.S on Sunday, 2 March 2008 - 8:18 pm

    DAP, PKR, and PAS may do better this election. But let’s not get enough of ourselves. Ceramah turnouts are no indication of the votes on polling day.

    The opposition must not capitalise on the voters’ hatred towards BN, because such hatred may not last forever. Instead, DAP/PKR/PAS need to win over voters’ belief and confidence in the opposition per se rather than the lack of confidence in BN.

    May the winds of change somehow blow in the land beneath the winds…

    http://unwantedcitizen.blogspot.com/2008/03/day-chinese-will-change-is-when.html

  6. #6 by Y1 on Sunday, 2 March 2008 - 9:04 pm

    I am in Kota Kinabalu. My wife and my votes are for the opposition this time. But we are confused because of the 2 oppositions. Christina Liew has been doing good work in Sabah but Mr Hiew is hardly known. Why split the opposition votes and let BN retain the seats? BN with a sizeable ‘Umno’ votes residing in the islands and outskirts plus postage votes might win because we have 2 opposition parties in KK. Please can anything be done before election day for one party to pull out?

  7. #7 by MST on Sunday, 2 March 2008 - 9:22 pm

    Just saw this from MT (RPK) blog.
    The Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall (KLSCAH) has issued a public statement calling on the voters of the Kulim Bandar Baharu (P.18) parliamentary constituency in Kedah not to support BN candidate Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir for the latter ‘s role as a leader of an Umno Youth mob that threatened to raze the building of the Hall to the ground and also for screaming anti-Chinese slogans in 2000. Contesting against Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir is PKR’s Zulkifli Noordin.

  8. #8 by ZhouYu on Sunday, 2 March 2008 - 9:38 pm

    P.O.T.S:

    Yes, but the opposition needs to capitalize on something to win. After that, they have to proof themselves that they are worthy to represent the people. Else they’ll lose again in the subsequent GE just like 2004.

  9. #9 by Menang atau mati on Sunday, 2 March 2008 - 9:44 pm

    Dear Zhou Yu,

    Take it one step at a time.

    Any party that does not perform we can always vote them out in future.

    Right now BN has failed us
    Vote them out.

  10. #10 by undergrad2 on Sunday, 2 March 2008 - 11:30 pm

    “The opposition must not capitalise on the voters’ hatred towards BN, because such hatred may not last forever. ”

    The people must re-take the government from a bunch of self-serving and corrupt politicians who are interested only in carving financial empires for themselves, their families and their cronies. A stronger political opposition is just but one step towards that goal.

    It could happen under a changed leadership within BN or under an opposition. But what is important is that the people must re-take the government long lost to a coalition of parties reponsible for the flagrant abuse of power and the corruption and an economy which is faltering.

    If the same were to happen under the alternative coalition now being paraded as the people’s better choice, we should be prepared to do the same.

  11. #11 by Come2Papa on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 12:08 am

    not to worry, undergrad! with lebai kamal bin put, the opposition is about to get its chance. but i wonder why he is using “we” unless he’s lebai kamal bin put – if you know what i mean!

    “We like to have lots of doubts on opposition parties,…..have we given the DAP a single day of opportunity to do anything substantive? For 42 years we have never given… we have continued to raise doubts of their sincerity and ability. … I feel that we are victims…”

  12. #12 by Cannottahan on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 12:13 am

    Time and again people are throwing this lame question of whether the BA are capable or trustworthy? To those concern, why need to act like someone being of real concern about the future of Malaysia and the well being of the the rakyats whereby time and again it had proven that the BN (MCA, MIC in a whole) was not sincere and committed in serving the rakyats of Malaysia in a whole.We need not have to search far to show proves of their insincerity over the years but proves on very recent happenings (lies,bias,inconsiderate,disrespectful of the laws,abuses of power,…),beginning from the the day before the dissolution of the parliament till this very day are proven well enough to supports all the needs and must for the rakyats to vote for change. I applaud the timely statement from the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall (KLSCAH) for their courage to stand up for chinese dignity and unlike those who claimed to represent the chinese communities and are still unrepentful of all their sins,lies and their immense contribution in plunging the non-muslims citizens to 2nd. class citizens. To all anak Bangsa Malaysia our battle are far from over.Be ready to brace to more of their haram tactics come election’s day. May God Bless us all through this battle of justice and freedom!

  13. #13 by limkamput on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 12:29 am

    The ceramah at TTDI tonight, despite heavy downpour, was incredible. Most people attending refused to move despite the heavy rain. Along the corridor of a row of shop houses (facing the field where the ceramah was held) was filled to the binge. Theresa Kok gave lively speech both in English and Cantonese centred on the need for strong opposition voice and the need to televise live Parliamentary proceedings. She also asked all those present to write to PM’s email link in Chinese language to see whether they will get any reply as promised in today’s newspaper.

    The DAP candidate for Segambut needs to improve his oratory skill and also to research a little on issues he wants to highlight. For ceramah of this nature, just go for punchy and salient points if you think the audience is looking for facts and figures. There is no need to go into details and the rationale for each the point you make. It becomes too cumbersome and boring.

    From what I observed, I think many in the urban areas are ready for change. Never have I seen such an enthusiastic crowd both in SS2 a few nights ago and tonight in TTDI. We must all help the oppositions, particularly the DAP to keep the momentum going till March 8.

  14. #14 by Chong Zhemin on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 1:18 am

    Take good care uncle kit,

    I see your timetable is very hectic and you are losing your voice slowly. Drink more water and chinese herbs.

    btw here’s two very interesting speech by raja petra.

    http://dapceramah.com/2008/03/02/raja-petra-slams-racial-politics-at-dap-ceramah/

    http://dapceramah.com/2008/03/02/dap-ceramah-in-port-klang/

    He slams racial politics and UMNO putera for playing the race card. His speech is very convincing especially he is a bugis with royal blood. He has more right to hold the keris than umno putera!

  15. #15 by Come2Papa on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 2:13 am

    “From what I observed, I think many in the urban areas are ready for change.” lebai kamal bin put

    yes! they want a better than kg. attap education for their kids!

  16. #16 by goldenscreen on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 4:41 am

    Are you planning to stopover in Sarawak? The response of the public in Miri is overwhelming to say the least. The dinner function DAP held a few days ago was so successful that they had to increase the number of tables by 20 and yet still not enough! Many people are fed up with the daily pronouncements from Ting Pek Khing (toad face) that if they don’t vote BN then won’t have development for Chinese. Many people saying who the hell is Ting Pek Khing to talk down to people like that?

    Sadly there is still friction between Wong Ho Leng and Keadilan. Still sore on the Sibu issue when a one on one fight would have definitely ended the career of Lau Hoi Chew (the MP linked to gangsters).

  17. #17 by k1980 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 8:06 am

    BN will win because of postal votes
    http://yippeego.com/ypwordpress/?p=338

  18. #18 by chiakchua on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 8:15 am

    “The Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall (KLSCAH) has issued a public statement calling on the voters of the Kulim Bandar Baharu (P.18) parliamentary constituency in Kedah not to support BN candidate Abdul Aziz Sheikh Fadzir for the latter ’s role as a leader of an Umno Youth mob that threatened to raze the building of the Hall to the ground and also for screaming anti-Chinese slogans in 2000.”

    The appeal is most timely and courageous! Yes, all Malaysian associations, guilds and NGOs (irrespective of race and religion) must take note of all racist and religious extremist remarks or acts during the past 5 years prior to election and make call to respective constituency to vote against the particular candidate. This would deter everyone from making such ‘senseless’ statement or act that would endanger inter-racial relationship.

    I wish to appeal to anyone who has friends and relatives in Kulim to relay the reminder by Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall to them. I will certainly reminds at least 10 business friends who are there!

  19. #19 by KL Dude on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 10:55 am

    Its a good sign when many turn up at ceramahs but turn out at ceramahs could be misleading as experienced before and never be complacent because of this.

    The most important is continue to reach as many possible voters as possible via the internet, emails, sms and word of mouth, in view of the fact that all our mainstream media now s totally biased towards BN.

    The best targets are the Indians and Christian voters who can easily swing to the opposition this time so try to reach them as many as possible. This 2 groups can make the difference this time for the opposition, as the Malay and Chinese votes may be splited with BN gaining some edge.

  20. #20 by limkamput on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 11:46 am

    yes! they want a better than kg. attap education for their kids! papi chai

    Pervert, it is obvious that you have nothing meaningful to contribute other than trying to irritate others and worse still trying to make a pass on Jenny and Jong. Even the moderator had to remove your “passing” comment on them. If you have any dignity and decency left, you should have left this blog long ago. I may have an attap school education, but you are a reject of this country, probably can’t even get into any local university. So please don’t think too great of yourself. You are probably living a miserable and pathetic life in a foreign land because you are too shameful to be around all your peers who are doing much better than you.

  21. #21 by k1980 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 12:25 pm

    Votes were bought. Television coverage was embarrassingly skewed. Big men in large cars bossed vote counters. As a result, the party in power stayed in power. SOUNDS FAMILIAR?
    http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/03/01/asia/armenia.php

  22. #22 by k1980 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 12:42 pm

    The reason why Koh TK would not name a successor now is because he would get the big stick from umno should his successor be defeated in the GE
    http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Monday/Frontpage/2175453/Article/index_html

  23. #23 by Democrats on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 6:21 pm

    Calling All SABAHANS,

    Vote out BN! You have been duped by UMNO for too long. The political instability over the past two decade have given UMNO the very right and justification to invade SABAH. These sea rats travelled through South China Sea and gnawed on all your resources. Sabah is a state full of resources, yet it is now one of the poorest in Malaysia. Although Sarawak is so Pro BN, at least the WHite Hair manage to stop these UMNO invaders and kept some of its riches within the state (alot for himself too). UMNO have been trying to get into Sarawak for years.

    The started a stupid revolving CM system, CM change every two years to share with the local components, yet it is not revolving anymore. SUCKERS!

    Vote them out, and kick them back into West Malaysia, unless you like the SUCKER tag on you. Help fellow East Malaysians to tell UMNO they are not wanted across the sea.

    SABAHAN deserves better…..

  24. #24 by undergrad2 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 7:15 pm

    Limkamput,

    I think you have gone beyond the bounds of decency and civility and are continously trashing the blog.

    It is election time and there is a real need for a constant (read: meaningful) flow of information so the Party could best utilise its resources between now and election day.

    The people must work together, come together to re-take the government from a bunch of Islamo fascists. This opportunity must not be missed.

  25. #25 by undergrad2 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 7:34 pm

    United we stand! Divided we fall!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnBPBFtc310

  26. #26 by undergrad2 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 7:40 pm

    The country does not need another Lingam shuffle!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfGvM_JFwD0&feature=related

  27. #27 by undergrad2 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 7:52 pm

  28. #28 by undergrad2 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 9:40 pm

    “This country is about Malay-Islamic hegemony from the very beginning.” limkamput

    We should be very careful how we use the term “Malay-Islamic hegemony” today and during elections. We do not want to alienate Malay voters. YB Kit uses the term “UMNO political hegemony” which is the right term to use because the approach is then inclusive rather than exclusive.

    This election is all about the abuse of power and the corruption etc by UMNO leaders – and not Malay leaders i.e. by an UMNO led government rather than a Malay led government

    YB Kit says “In the interests of the larger state and national objectives to ensure that March 8 general election delivers a major blow to Umno political hegemony…”

  29. #29 by limkamput on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 11:40 pm

    i accept your comment on my use of the term malay hegemony. It is not politically correct, but it is a fact that the Malays are fighting for a Malay Malaysia today while other races are fighting to remain part of Malaysia. This model is not feasible, and the sooner the Malays realise that, the better.

    I do not appreciate you telling how i should behave. You can never be fair to me because you are blind to me being constantly abused by come2papa @ blackeye @ [email protected] colonel. I would appreciate you just shut up on this because i dont value it. How come others are supportive of me except you? May be you are one of them but i would prefer to give the benefit of doubt at this stage.

  30. #30 by limkamput on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 11:46 pm

    “This country is about Malay-Islamic hegemony from the very beginning.” limkamput

    Yes, I stand by what I said. LKY saw this in 1964, and how come today we are still debating and procrastinating. Yes, we are in this position precisely many are spineless and gutless and just want to continue to trade short term expediency for long term misery. If we want to change, let’s have a clear break now. We are already 50 years late. May be you want to ask yourself why so many are now all over world. Malaysia today is every inch a third world country.

  31. #31 by undergrad2 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 11:59 pm

    DAP is not seeking to replace the hegemony of one race with another!

    http://www.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/3695/84/

    It is through racism that UMNO is able to maintain its hegemony through racial divide and rule. While in power, it amends the Constitution and enacts laws that abrogate democracy in a continuous process that eventually allowed it to have amassed immense autocratic power to the Executive.
    Kim Quek

    For the first time, there appears to be a clear-cut battle line between the opposition parties – PAS, DAP & PKR – and the ruling Barisan Nasional in the coming election.

    Reading through the manifestos of the opposition parties, they seem to have said in one voice: no more racial politics please, let us get on with real nation-building by restoring the democratic rights as enshrined in our Constitution to all citizens, irrespective of race or creed.

  32. #32 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 12:13 am

    “i accept your comment on my use of the term malay hegemony. It is not politically correct, but it is a fact that the Malays are fighting for a Malay Malaysia …” limkamput

    Malay leaders in PKR, PAS and PSM and their supporters are fighting for a Malay Malaysia??

  33. #33 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 12:34 am

    Anwar certainly does not sound like he’s fighting for a Malay Malaysia here

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6Z_m1csXfQ

  34. #34 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 12:48 am

    “How come others are supportive of me except you?”

    Do not mistake ‘silence’ for ‘support’.

    Correct me if I’m wrong but I have yet to see postings made against you calling you “scumbag” “dog” and “moron” all terms which you use against others here for having different opinions from yours. Is the use of derogatory terms necessary so you could put your point across?

    I don’t believe YB Kit has called any of his political adversaries names like “MCA scumbag”.

  35. #35 by limkamput on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 12:48 am

    I am not too sure Anwar and Pas will not extent Malay hegemony, given the almost complete domination of Malays now in every facet of our national life. But as I have said many times earlier, for the sake of democracy and change, we must be prepared to support Pas and PKR. I don’t subscribe to the ideal that PKR and Pas will naturally do the right thing. I subscribe to the idea that the Malays must be split right in the middle. Only then, a multiracial policy will emerge. I think that is where we differ.

  36. #36 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 1:08 am

    “I subscribe to the idea that the Malays must be split right in the middle. Only then, a multiracial policy will emerge. I think that is where we differ.” limkamput

    Looks you are for the same ‘divide and rule’ policies of the current ruling national coalition i.e. the same politics of race.

    You are cynical about the ability of PKR and PAS to live up to their electoral promises but yet you believe “a multiracial policy will emerge”. I’m sorry but I don’t follow your argument.

  37. #37 by limkamput on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 1:27 am

    Undrgrad2,
    Well, if you read all, you will notice that there are some who explicitly supported me and condemned come2papi for constantly harassing me. How about that donkey said that if I kiss the baby, the baby will get aids? That is why I always have this lingering doubt in my head that you can’t be fair to me. May be my feather is too bright to you also. Seriously I am not trying to be cocky here. If you want to debate with me on issues, that is fine with me. But please don’t try to teach me how to behave. I seriously think that some of the jokers here need scolding. Like this fellow matterofchoice2008 who put his same postings in almost every thread. Why nobody dare to tell him off? But I did and I don’t care.

    When I see those in MCA and Gerakan continue attacking DAP despite the fact that they are the one betraying the trust and the hope of the community they were supposed to represent, what do you want me to do? Yes, they are scumbags. It is ok, i am not standing for election so i can be the fall guy.

  38. #38 by limkamput on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 1:47 am

    I don’t know whether you act dumb or you just want to make it difficult. The reality is this nation is already, in many aspects, a “mono racial” country – the civil service, the armed forces, the police, the institution of monarchy, the judiciary, etc. Any government that comes in (whether new or BN) will have to face this reality. To assume that PKR and PAS will quickly move from this reality is to me a little farfetched. I have my doubt they will do it naturally and out of their good conscience at least in the initial stage. That is why I said we need all the races divided politically so that each will depend on their other to form the government. Right now, UMNO is so strong that it does not really need to listen to other races.

    Having said that, I of course believe in multi-racism if only we have enough good men and women coming forward and begin to dismantle the colossal racism apparatus that we have installed in the last 50 years.

  39. #39 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 2:29 am

    This is not my personal blog and I don’t believe I have the right to tell a visitor to this blog what to post or/and what not to post, where and so on – except when he or she uses derogatory words against another to make a point i.e. when he breaks the rules of civil behavior in a public domain such as this.

    “Yes, they are scumbags. It is ok, I am not standing for election…” limkamput

    You may want to re-consider what that does to the reputation of YB Kit who runs this blog. BN politicians have earlier pointed to postings on this blog as indication of the ‘mischief’ opposition politicians are up to.

    Your use of derogatory words unprovoked against commentators cannot be justified. Whoever wrote about “you kissing babies could spread communicable diseases” is only pulling your leg, meaning only to annoy and you know it! We are all ‘digital’ personalities existing only in cyber space without a reputation to protect and not real like YB Kit.

    I don’t wish to re-visit this issue and will let some others speak for themselves.

  40. #40 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 2:40 am

    Meanwhile, I leave you with thoughts of cyber advocacy.

    http://www.aliran.com/content/view/455/10/

  41. #41 by Robin on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 5:55 am

    Waaaah…! This is very funny! limkamput is real person? Why so stupid use real name? If not why care what people say? This is so stupid!

  42. #42 by k1980 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 8:29 am

    However, days before a general election, the Malaysian PM, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, has been accused of dozing off in cabinet meetings and political gatherings.

    Anti-government websites are circulating pictures of the politician yawning or sitting with his head bowed and eyes closed in various high-level political sessions.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/mar/03/malaysia

  43. #43 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 9:13 am

    Somewhere hidden in the lyrics of this song lies the future of Malaysia – enjoy Anekke Gronloh’s “Oh Malaysia”

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgw5PbhlSpI&feature=related

  44. #44 by k1980 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 10:31 am

    For those planning to vote BN, kindly read this :—
    http://www.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/3577/84/

  45. #45 by Earshot on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 11:46 am

    undergrad2 say “Somewhere hidden in the lyrics of this song lies the future of Malaysia – enjoy Anekke Gronloh’s “Oh Malaysia””.

    You are right. And 1 more thing, it shows we must be about in the same generation, for only those who grew up in the 60’s would have heard of Anekke!

  46. #46 by badak on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 12:33 pm

    IT,s sad my future lies in the hands of my INDIAN and CHINESS friends…Please wake up …Can,t you see that UMNO led BN goverment .. Are rule by a bunch of CORRUPTED officials.

    With the OSA in place ,No way can we catch this BUNCH of CORRUPTED OFFICIALS. VOTE OPPOSITION SO THEY CAN FIGHT FOR OUR RIGHTS…

  47. #47 by limkamput on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 5:36 pm

    Undergrad2, so it is completely ok I am provoked and made fun of without reason. But when I retaliate, it is not ok, because I must somehow show civility. This really is puzzling to me. If you care to read carefully, I have never initiated the provocation with this good for nothing moron in recent time. I only retaliate and I think that is the only language he understands. He ridiculed me, insulted me, made fun of my racial origin, and even accused me of being a fraud without justification. He even tried to talk sexy with Jong and Jenny and the moderator had to remove what he posted. That is a fact.

    Second, to you, it is ok for some to post their SAME postings in every thread even though this creates irritation and unnecessary reading for others, but it is not ok when occasional words like scumbags and dogs were used when obviously some of these people have intended to create doubts in the minds of voters to vote for opposition. We are only a few days to election. You will see even more damaging strategies coming out, read my lips. I will not let this happen in Sdr Lim’s blog in the name of free speech, no matter how unpopular this may be. I have a conviction and I intend to carry it out for this is something that I am willing and prepared to do. Let those intruders who believe that they have the free speech to sabotage and create doubt in DAP and they shall face my free speech to hit them bloody hard. After all we are all here to write something that all visitors can read. It is free contest of ideas.

  48. #48 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 6:51 pm

    Earshot,

    Hope you enjoy Anekke Gronloh! I do. It sends shivers up my spine just listening to it. This one by D’lloyd sends tears down my cheeks – thinking of friends I left behind in Malaysia!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgUUA8HoxVo

  49. #49 by undergrad2 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 6:57 pm

    Earshot,

    I think this one is a better redition of the same song:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWDdJ08FT-E&feature=related

  50. #50 by Come2Papa on Wednesday, 5 March 2008 - 8:52 am

    “Let those intruders who believe that they have the free speech to sabotage and create doubt in DAP and they shall face my free speech to hit them bloody hard.” Limkamput

    i have never seen so stupid a remark. the election is not being fought here on this blog in case you don’t notice! you’re more dumb than i really thought.!! “sabotage” and “create doubt” ??? aren’t you insulting the intelligence of DAP supporters a little here? no, make it a lot!

    we can reason and think for ourselves. thank you.

  51. #51 by limkamput on Wednesday, 5 March 2008 - 9:36 am

    A donkey asking human how to think and reason? Election not being fought here in this blog? Now, this must be a real dumb donkey, a perverted donkey who only know how to talk sexy with Jong and Jenny. A donkey that has nothing to say other than braying all day. What do we do to such a donkey? I suggest we just whip the sh*t out of it. Yes, you are a it.

  52. #52 by Come2Papa on Wednesday, 5 March 2008 - 11:02 am

    well what do you know? someone shares the same opinion

    kickbutt Says:

    Today at 00: 13.13 (10 hours ago)

    Hello Limkamput!

    You show what we call a “dog in the manger” attitude. It is time you split! You are a pain in the you-know-where!

  53. #53 by LadyGodiva on Wednesday, 5 March 2008 - 11:21 pm

    My God! This lamkmput deserves to have his butt kicked! He is pulling down the blog with all his stupid comments which have no relevance whatsoever.

  54. #54 by limkamput on Thursday, 6 March 2008 - 2:05 am

    Don’t invoke God’s name without a reason. It is sinful.
    Let’s others be the judge on who has contributed meaningfully and who is stupid.

  55. #55 by kickbutt on Thursday, 6 March 2008 - 2:27 am

    The lady is right! We know who is stupid.

  56. #56 by limkamput on Friday, 7 March 2008 - 12:11 am

    kickyourbutt, are you talking to yourself. come on.

  57. #57 by watchingu on Wednesday, 12 March 2008 - 6:52 pm

    first of all congratulation to dap and supporters.
    think you have learned and worked very carefully this time just a bit of hic cups from batu gajah. i think mr wee learn his lesson well too but just arrogant to be back in dap .anyway still on the same boat.
    i am very curious, will mr lim ks and mr karpal singh or mr lim gn and ect, who fought with their blood ,sweat and tears be given titles such as dato/ datuk/tan sri and so on for representing the true voice of the people???? it is not that important but to the seniors i think they deserved it!! to the younger dap leaders i hope if they gets it, its not a time for gain and change of social status but stay focus!
    anyway, many are waiting to see if dap can make it or mess it-heard you ve got anuar to help looking into? i think it should be ok, he ‘s got the experience and has been.time will prove cos you dont hold the $$$ and signatures for further development is not in your hand still but you ve got the voices….

    they say you lot are currently able to bring down the price of minyak…..angin! ha! ha!

    keep the objective and focus on or they will say, no project, no money! ada project and ada duit dalam poket!

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