Lim Kit Siang in Sandakan

  1. #1 by pkrisnin on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 2:46 pm

    I’m sad to see the state of Sanadakan now, I lived there for 19years but had to move out for studies and work.
    Too see what UMNO has done to Sabah go here
    “In 1970, Sabah ranked as one of the richest states in the federation, with a per capita GDP second only to Selangor (which then included Kuala Lumpur).[20] However, despite its vast wealth of natural resources, Sabah is currently the poorest of Malaysia’s state”

  2. #2 by ENDANGERED HORNBILL on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 2:53 pm

    Tun M apologises to the nation for wrong choice of Pak LAh as the PM! How can the country vote for BN with a clear conscience when everybody knows Pak LAh is INCOMPETENT (bordering on crass stupidity; pardon the use of these strong words – anything less would be dishonest!) and was the INCORRECT choice for premiership!

    > Check it out at this website before it’s blocked;
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    Also, did Tun M wrong Anwar? I beleive the question will bother him till he goes to the grave!

  3. #3 by ENDANGERED HORNBILL on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 2:54 pm

    Oh, I meant to conclude: VOTE OPPOSITION

  4. #4 by k1980 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 3:22 pm

    This is what Gerakan think of Indians:- emotional, like murderers

  5. #5 by hellokitty on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 4:50 pm

    BN = barang naik

  6. #6 by concerned_citizen on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 5:55 pm

    My late neighbour kept two dogs, MC-A and MI-C. These two dogs are meant to watch his house from being tresspasing by a great robberer UM-NO. But unfortunately these two dogs weren’t faithful to him and hence bit him to death. Then these silly dogs wag their tails towards UM-NO and take him as their new owner.

    Now came in another silly stinky flea dog, GERAK-AN. Yet MC-A and MI-C welcome him to join in their team and bite all the people in town so that UM-NO can bermaharajalela and stays above the law.

  7. #7 by Democrats on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 6:27 pm

    Dear Sabahans,

    Power sharing with UMNO? Revolving CM? UMNO to bring administrative experience and federal funds to your state? In your dreams…..

    From now till 080308, You are therefore presummed as SUCKERS until proven SMART.

  8. #8 by k1980 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 7:05 pm

    Dear Penangites,

    Power sharing with UMNO, Revolving CM set to be established unless Gerakan is voted out of the Pearl of the Orient. (“Revolving” CM is defined by umno to be the post of CM is to be “revolved” among umno, mca and gerakan for a couple of years before it permanently becomes umno’s, as happened in Sabah)

  9. #9 by undergrad2 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 7:26 pm

  10. #10 by undergrad2 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 7:28 pm

    Offshore Malaysians from the east coast of the United States to the west coast of the United States are taking their stand – for a better Malaysia.

  11. #11 by k1980 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 8:01 pm

    the Penang state government had asked the federal government to offer a RM1 billion project to Motorola in a desperate attempt to stop the American telecommunications giant from pulling out of the state.

    If this wasn’t done, the Gerakan-led state government warned Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi that its “catastrophic impact” would be “politically very detrimental” especially in the run-up to the general elections on March 8.

    The three-page letter, signed by outgoing Penang chief minister Dr Koh Tsu Koon, was addressed to Abdullah and dated Dec 3 last year. Malaysiakini has seen a copy of the letter.

    According to the letter, the government would offer a RM1 billion project to Motorola involving the upgrading of the police force’s radio network in exchange for the multinational staying put in Penang and pump in an additional investment of RM350 million over the next five years.

    Motorola, which has a manufacturing facility at Penang’s Bayan Lepas Industrial Zone, announced its RM350 million investment in the state on Tuesday.

  12. #12 by undergrad2 on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 8:40 pm

    Watch UMNO being smashed by YB Kit! That’s one hell of a SMASH!

  13. #13 by observer on Monday, 3 March 2008 - 9:53 pm

    Uncle Kit , with 4 days to go to the Polling Station, please don’t leave out the Bumi votes especially in Penang, If the Barisan Rakyat could not swayed them to your side, the task of making Penang as the front State for Dap/PKR would be an uphill task. Anyway hope your passion for a Malaysian Malaysia would succeed in the 12th GE and beyond.

  14. #15 by StevenT on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 6:03 am

    It would be nice is the Opposition post all their ceramah videos on their blogs and youtube. This would certainly entice more younger voters to listen to your messages and get their votes.

  15. #16 by Come2Papa on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 7:16 am

  16. #17 by Come2Papa on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 7:21 am

    here’s another.

    watch the torch being passed to a new generation of DAP leaders, but never forget the trail blazers of this new kind of politics who came before them!

  17. #18 by k1980 on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 8:18 am

    Heatred argument between 3 stooges

    I have been selected by PM to be the new CM…

    No, not you, it’s me! You go and die-lah….

    Cannot this way-lah. Why not rotate the post among the 3 of us?

  18. #19 by all ready on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 8:36 am


    1. Barisan lost 2/3 majority once, in 1969. Only briefly.

    2. Since 1957, it has amended the constitution 690 times to propagate its power. By comparison, USA which is more 200 years old has only amended its constitution 27 times; Singapore as little as only 4 times.

    3. Barisan’s ability to amend the constitution as it likes (and make unjust and unfair constitutional changes) must be stopped now.

    Here are the statistics from the 2004 election:

    1. UMNO received 35.9% of the popular votes but has 110 parliamentary seats or 50% of all parliamentary seats.

    2. In total, Barisan received 63.8% of the popular votes but has 199 parliamentary seats or 91% of all parliamentary seats.

    3. The opposition received 36.2% of the popular votes but has only 20 parliamentary seats or 9% of all parliamentary seats.

    4. Why? Because of gerrymandering, or unfair election rules. The election rules are stacked against the opposition. No matter what happens, the opposition will never, I repeat, will never be able to win the next election.

    Here’s the decision-making power process within our present cabinet.

    1. UMNO not only controls the parliament via Barisan, it has allocated itself 24 cabinet positions or 71% of all cabinet positions.

    2. MCA has 5 cabinet positions or 15% of the cabinet positions.

    3. MIC has 1 cabinet position or 3 % of the cabinet positions.

    4. Gerakan has 1 cabinet position or 3% of the cabinet positions.

    5. Other component parties hold 3 cabinet positions or 8% of the cabinet positions.

    One should take note that although UMNO controls 50% of all parliamentary seats, it controls 71% of all the decision making processes within the cabinet.

    4. Many marginalization issues or unfair election practices are the result of legislations passed by Barisan (lead by UMNO) unchecked in a dominant Barisan parliament. Under the Barisan Party whip system, the majority component party within Barisan will dictate the rules of the game. Other Barisan component parties like MCA, Gerakan or MIC cannot vote against what UMNO decides in whatever it likes, even if they wanted to.

    5. Best part is this: even if the opposition won all the seats it contested, no single opposition party can form the next government. Why? Gerrymandering (of the present election borders) has ensured that even if Barisan were to win 50% of the popular votes in the upcoming election, it will still control 2/3 of parliament. As an example, in 2004 Barisan took 64% of the popular votes but ended up controlling 91% of parliament. It is easy to see why if they win only 50% of the popular votes in the next election they will once again be able to dictate absolute power in the parliament.

    From One Caring Malaysian To Another

    Let’s Do Our Part To Safeguard The Future….Our Children

  19. #20 by year of snake on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 9:42 am

    Dear All ready says, you are so right. However, I woul like to add to the remark, the 71% of all cabinet positions should be 95% of all Important cabinet positions because Non-Malays would never be PM, DPM, Home Affairs, Finance, Commerce, Defence, Foreign Affairs and Education. It is a also a lost cause for the opposition in Sabah because before joining Malaysia they have only about 70% of Sarawak,s population but now their population is double Sarawak. Just wonder how it happen!

  20. #21 by verbal-lash on Tuesday, 4 March 2008 - 11:38 am

    Fellow bloggers

    This is a plea for help. Please disseminate information to all you know that the Johor MB is threatening the Skudai constituency who is pro-opposition, that he will not settle outstanding land issues in that area if they vote for the opposition. This Ghani fella has always been arrogant, racist, corrupt and is totally incompetent. Look at the crime rates, the floods, the state’s poor economy as Singaporeans are not shopping in JB anymore and so on and so forth. He is also another one (like Bodohwi) who makes empty promises – the same stupid fella who thinks we can beat Singapore in 7 years’ time. If voters still vote for BN here, then they are totally BLIND!!! It’s sad fate that he is going to be the MB in Johor for another term, but at least, we can deny the BN here with too much power.

  21. #22 by 002008 on Saturday, 8 March 2008 - 11:42 am


  22. #23 by MD.Farijan on Wednesday, 12 March 2008 - 4:01 pm

    YB, saya ahli pkr dari tuaran. saya melihat kekalahan pkr dan dap di sabah disebabkan oleh,
    1. amalan politik wang oleh bn
    2. kelemahan jentera pkr+dap
    3. kesedaran rakyat rendah
    4. undi setia pemilik ic projek terhadap bn
    5. kelemahan kempen
    oleh itu, saya mencadangkan agar YB bertindak,
    1. menyiasat amalan politik wang di sabah
    2. berbincang bersama pengerusi dap sabah dan pengerusi pkr sabah tentang peletakan calon, agar tidak berlakunya pertindanan calon. contohnya di parlimen tawau, sandakan, kota kinabalu dan sepanggar. formulanya calon parlimen dari dap dun pula 2+1 1 dari dap 1 dari pkr. manakala di keningau, ranau, tenom calon parlimen dari pkr manakala calon dun 2+1 2 dari pkr 1 dari dap
    3. untuk menyedarkan rakyat kita perlu bergerak dari rumah ke rumah. di samping rapat umum dijalankan dari semasa ke semasa. di samping itu, ketu bahagian di setiap parlimen mestilah aktif.
    4. jika pilihan raya kecil diadakan dan pru13 pada masa akan datang, saya berharap lebih banyak poster dan bendera di pasang terutamanya di rumah ahli dan di rumah ketua-ketua cawangan.
    5. saya berharap isu sensetif tidak disentuh secara lebih-lebihan, contohnya ‘jika kita menang ic mereka kita akan ambil’ ini menyebabkan pemilik ic projek yang telah beranak pinak akan takut. tetapi ini tetap menjadi matlamat kita.
    semoga dap dan pkr mendapat kemenangan pada pilihan raya kecil dan pru13 akan datang.

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