Challenge to SUPP Sibu chief Wong Soon Koh to a public debate on Friday night on his allegation that “A vote for Rocket is a vote for Islamic State”

The SUPP leadership has unveiled its “killer weapon” for the Sibu by-election, with the SUPP Sibu chief and Sarawak 2nd Finance Minister Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh opening the “killer” attack, declaring that a vote for Rocket and DAP/PR candidate Wong Ho Leng is a vote for PAS and an Islamic State.

The SUPP strategists believe that this is a “killer weapon” which could “finish off” the chances of Ho Leng of ever winning the Sibu by-election “Battle of the Century”, frightening off the Chinese and non-Muslim voters in Sibu, when Ho Leng is already the underdog in the by-election, starting off with a 40% to 60% against him.

In the past two days, as a result of the intensive campaigning by the candidate, Ho Leng, and DAP and Pakatan Rakyat leaders, members and supporters throughout the Sibu constituency, we are beginning to narrow the odds.

The sentiments in Sibu are clearly in favour of change because of the triple importance of the Sibu “battle of the century” – for Sibu, Sarawak and Malaysia.

In the past 48 hours, Ho Leng has perceptibly gained ground and I would roughly estimate that odds after two days of campaigning as 44% to 56% still in favour of the BN candidate.

However, this is already causing panic among the SUPP strategists which have unsettled the SUPP by-election strategy, as could be seen by three examples:

Firstly, hamfisted attempt to hijack the DAP/BN campaign of theme, coming up with billboards all over the Sibu constituency since last evening declaring: “Don’t want Change: Want Reform”.

DAP/PR wants change and reform, for it is not possible to have reform without change.

In saying that SUPP wants to have reform without change, the SUPP leadership is taking the people of Sibu, Sarawak and Malaysians as four-year old children and insulting their intelligence.

It is also an open affront of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s 1Malaysia policy where he declared to all Malaysians that “BN is capable of change”.

Now SUPP leadership claims that SUPP is incapable of change although they want reform – “changeless reform”, which deserves a place in the Guinness Book of Records as it is unheard of anywhere else in the world.

Secondly, SUPP leaders are resorting to lies and falsehoods, again with Wong Soon Koh setting the lead.

For instance, he accused me of making personal attacks on the SUPP candidate Robert Lau Hui Yew, why a cousin of the late Robert Lau was nominated as if there are no talents in Sibu, and then he launched a personal attack on me as my son Lim Guan Eng is Penang Chief Minister and my daughter-in-law is a State Assemblywoman.

What Wong said is a downright lie, as I had never made any such personal attack on Hui Yew, asking why a cousin of the late Robert Lau had been nominated and asked if Sibu had no talents. I challenge Wong to produce proof that I had made such a personal attack and if he cannot, would he apologise and withdraw his lies?

SUPP leaders have been ranting about not wanting West Malaysian political culture in Sarawak (why then is the Najib and Muhyiddin making frequent visits to Sibu?) and I want to ask the SUPP leadership whether what they are trying to preserve is the politics and culture of lies and falsehoods as exemplified by Wong’s baseless attacks on me.

The third example is the unveiling of the SUPP “killer weapon” meant to be released just 48 hrs before polling, but released prematurely to stop the momentum of growing support for the DAP/PR candidate, Wong Ho Leng.

SUPP strategists believe that their most powerful weapon against the DAP candidate in the Sibu by-election is the “killer attack” of “A vote for Rocket is a vote for Islamic State”.

DAP’s stand that Malaysia is a secular nation, with Islam as the national religion but not an Islamic state, is a constant and abiding principle which we had remained true, constant and consistent in the past 44 years and will be continue to uphold without compromise.

DAP, PKR and PAS have formed the Pakatan Rakyat on a common platform of principles which we have made public build a free, fair, just and prosperous Malaysia based on the fundamental principles declared in the original Merdeka Constitution 1957 and the Cobbold Commission 1963 safeguards which were the basis for the formation of Malaysia with Sarawak, Sabah and Singapore.

It is true that Islamic State remains the objective of PAS. However, the DAP objective that Malaysia is a secular nation, with Islamic as the official religion but not an Islamic state, also remains unchanged.

This means that Islamic State is not the policy of Pakatan Rakyat so long as DAP remains unswerving in our political principles – which is borne out by the record of dedication and consistency of DAP leaders over the decades.

The lie that “A vote for Rocket is a vote for an Islamic state” had effect in the 1999 general elections but does not have a market in Malaysia today, after the March 8 political tsunami in the 2008 general elections.

This is why in the Bukit Gantang by-election in April 2009, 85% of the Chinese voters in Kuala Sepetang voted for the PAS candidate, Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin for the Chinese voters have seen through the lie of the falsehood “A vote for Rocket is a vote for an Islamic State”.

Similarly, in the recent Hulu Selangor by-election, 82.5% of the Chinese voters in Rasa voted in support of the PR candidate, despite the RM3 million inducement by the Prime Minister for a new Chinese primary school for they do not believe that a vote for PR is a vote for an Islamic State.

SUPP leaders believe that what is no more credible in Peninsular Malaysia is still saleable in Sibu.

I challenge the SUPP Sibu chief Wong Soon Koh to a public debate on Friday night on his allegation that “A vote for Rocket is a vote for Islamic State”.

This will be an excellent occasion to debunk the SUPP falsehood – but the question is whether Wong Soon Kai would dare to accept the challenge.

  1. #1 by sheriff singh on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 3:08 pm

    “…SUPP Sibu chief and Sarawak 2nd Finance Minister Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh ….”

    Why does every one want a “2nd Finance Minister”? Is the job that difficult?

    My friend says the First Finance Minister is to take care of all the “credits” while the Second Finance Minister is to take care of all the “debits”.

    But this does not mean that all the credits will be equal to all the debits. In 1Malaysialand, the scales are often unbalanced.

    Let us hope that there will not be a need for a third one.

  2. #2 by Winston on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 3:28 pm

    According to the Oxford English Dictionary, to reform means to make changes.
    To have reforms without changes is meaningless.
    The dictionary does not cater to such meaninglessness. Only SUPP does!
    As far as UMNO/BN being the Federal Government, it is no secret that this country which is governed by them for five over decades is one big mess.
    They have not done any governing except to go all out to do everything against the interests of the people.
    Even those living right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur do not have clean water. And pipes burst like clock-work because they have become rusty and have not been replaced since they were first laid – decades ago.
    Under UMNO/BN, this country is one big disgrace.

  3. #3 by SGPR on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 3:50 pm

    Wong Soon Kai or Soon Koh? See last line…

    I will potong my KKJ if he dares to take up the challenge…

  4. #4 by yhsiew on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 3:51 pm

    If 70% of the Chinese in Hulu Selangor could bravely cast their votes for PR without fear of an Islamic state during the recent by-election, the Chinese in Sibu have nothing to worry about – just emulate their counterparts in Hulu Selangor and go for DAP!

    The Chinese in Hulu Selangor are not stupid, they must have taken everything (including Islamic state) into consideration before making their choice for PR.

  5. #5 by johnnypok on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 3:52 pm

    NEP = No need to work and get free money

    BN = Passport to wealth, license to plunder the economy, free to rob and kill.

    Sabah and Sarawak should pull out of the federation before it is too late.

  6. #6 by Jeffrey on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 4:33 pm

    Regarding SUPP strategists’ belief that “a vote for Rocket is a vote for Islamic State” is the “killer weapon” which could “finish off” the chances of Ho Leng of ever winning the Sibu by-election perhaps it could be pointed out that it is PAS that, in solidarity with PR’s position, opposes the govt’s ban of the use of “Allah” by Non Muslims/Christians in East Malaysia, that it is the BN govt that appeals against Justice Lau bee Lan’s High court decision allowing the use on constitutional grounds, and further the ban may be inconsistent with one of the basic tenent of 18 point agreement made between the state of Sarawak and the federal government on September 16, 1963 is : “While there was no objection to Islam being the national religion of Malaysia there should be no State religion in Borneo (Sarawak & Sabah), and the provisions relating to Islam in the present Constitution of Malaya should not apply to Borneo”.

  7. #7 by k1980 on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 5:02 pm

    A vote for BN is a vote for the killers of Altan, TBH, Kugan, Aminul and also for Saiful pintu belakang

  8. #8 by Dipoh Bous on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 5:09 pm

    I agree with #5 by johnnypok.



    Why not organize a survey to determine whether the people of Sabah & Sarawak support the above idea?

    My parents and my grandparents before didnot have any say in the findings of the Cobbold Commission….

  9. #9 by monsterball on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 5:10 pm

    I have very strong faith that the Sibu Malaysian Chinese have learn alot after the 13th GE.
    Our of no choice…in the past comes the opportunity for them to vote for change in government with the excellent choice…right in front for them to see and feel.
    I also have strong faith Foochows values dignity more than money.
    It is obvious politics by UMNO B is dirty…supported by selfish good BN politicians…seen so clearly all these years.
    If SUPP truly believe in a Malaysian Malaysia…the party ..including MCA should pull out from BN after 12th GE.
    Realizing….Sararwak and Sabah are now the “third force”….to decide the faith of all Malaysians…it is simply illogical SUPP does not want change and accepts UMNO B sinners and crooks change of tactics ..and still be bedfellows with these crooks.
    It is up to the thousands of voters to think hard and know all the facts.
    Once the have full knowledge of the truths…their votes will be for freedom or continue be racists at their disadvantages.
    No minority can claim to be equal to the Malays …under UMNO B.
    Finally…it is up to SIBU voters to conclude…is massive corruptions a fantasy or real.
    If it is fantasy…they must vote for SUPP.
    If it is real…a billions stolen….whose money are those stolen from?
    They must move away from being selfish voters and vote on behalf of all Malaysians…especially on behalf of young Malaysians..and not their children only.
    Yes…let the SIBU Foochows vote with clear conscience….as the results of their votes.. will guide all Malaysians to the path of righteousness or hell.
    So SIBU with clear serious responsible like attitudes.
    Truths is so easy to understand…concerning lies and truth in politics. You decide.

  10. #10 by monsterball on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 5:16 pm

    Anyone who agrees with Johnnypok addresses Malaysia…as MALAYA is a NUT.
    Now we know…Dipoh Bous is a NUT too.
    If both do not like Malaysia…they can migrate elsewhere.
    No need to wait for Sabah and Sarawak to pull out….that may not happen in your lifetime.
    So get lost and stop talking nonsense.

  11. #11 by son of perpaduan on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 5:38 pm

    YB, do you have a break down on the voter age percentage? If young voter dominate in higher %, I’m confident DAP will score a huge upset in Sibu.

  12. #12 by johnnypok on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 5:41 pm

    Malaya will be sold to Indonesia for FREE, without the economic support of Sabah and Sarawak. The monster without balls will soon be working as a beggar in Aceh.

  13. #13 by grace on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 5:42 pm

    I understiiand that more than 50% of viters are Christians. They must understand that thae Allah and BM Bibleissue are caused by UMNO. SUPP and MCA and GERAKAN did not actively fight for your rights. DAP and PAS did help you all. So if you cast a vote for BN, you are actually supporting a pary that will bite your hands. on top of that, BN is known for corruption which is a sin and the work of devil. DO YOUWANT TO PARTAKE IN THEIR SINFUL ACT?

  14. #14 by grace on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 5:45 pm


  15. #15 by johnnypok on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 5:50 pm

    Wee-said …


  16. #16 by Tonberry on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 7:17 pm

    a vote for SUPP is a vote for master-slave relationship. It is also a vote for Apartheid and racial discrimination. How many years do the non-Malays still have to suffer?

  17. #17 by a-malaysian on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 7:19 pm

    In my previous Hard Talk series I deemed that the Home Minister and DPM as GAGA Ministers but after 3 days of campaigning for the Sibu by election it looks like the whole umno/Supp machineries have gone GAGA as well.

    For those who does not know the meaning of GAGA, this is what is explained in the dictionary : gaga – fatuous (vacantly silly, idiotic), senile, slightly crazy.

    Umno/Supp does not want change but to have reform, does this look like a gaga statement.

    Read more at:
    Sarawak Sibu P212 By Election – Hard Talk 5

    GE 13 – Change The Federal Government No matter what, we must ensure that racist umno bn do not regain the power like they had for over the past fifty two years.

  18. #18 by ReformMalaysia on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 7:22 pm

    It seems that a constituency can only get a big allocation from the Federal Government when the following criteria are met:

    1. The member of parliament is dead… so a by(or rather a ‘buy’) election is called by SPRM

    2. The chance of victory of Barisan Nasional is uncertain….and there will be a close fight such as 50:50, 40:50….

    3.The constituency is was previously controlled by Pakatan Rakyat.. but Barisan Nasional may have chance to grab it back through some cash inducement……..’instant noodles project promised in election campaign by Barisan Nasional’

    So … S ibu voters must know what to do to in order to ‘increase the shares value’ of Sibu….

    We can see the rural areas in Sarawak which is a Barisan Nasional’s ‘stronghold area’ such as Baram & Marudi do not see much development because the Barisan Nasional excluded it from the priority list-as their position is not ‘threatened’.

  19. #19 by dawsheng on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 8:21 pm

    Slug it out fellas!

  20. #20 by chengho on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 8:23 pm

    Foochow vs Foochow , why Dap, father and son party from malacca coming to Sibu , Sibu has the biggest concentration of millionares outside KL , Sibu has the biggest no of banks outside KL.
    Vote for BN , 1Malaysia ,even ho leng pumping to vote 1Malaysia during nomination day…

  21. #21 by johnnypok on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 9:47 pm

    WSK wants to be the next President of SUPP but Georgie Boy is not ready to give up yet. So probably there will be protest votes in favor of Wong. The Allah issue is already a fixed-deposit, while the White-hair legacy is another reason to kick out BN. Perhaps the PM can promise to give 1000 each if BN wins. The money can easily be raised from special-draws.

  22. #22 by Bunch of Suckers on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 10:23 pm

    A vote for BN is a vote for suckers & mama-toppers!!! Like Hanjin Chengho using his ass to brag freely instead of his mouth!

  23. #23 by buy election on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 10:28 pm

    ‘asking why a cousin of the late Robert Lau had been nominated and asked if Sibu had no talents’

    This was stated by me in one of my writings at

    The writing reflected the truth, although I have nothing to do with DAP.

  24. #24 by Comrade on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 10:55 pm

    Dear voters of Sibu
    Wise up to all that is true
    About the corruptions and misdeeds of UMNO and crew
    Example, the Perak PR state govt that UMNO illegally overthrew
    The biased MACC, MSM and the boys in blue
    Including the biased judiciary system too
    And the ‘Allah’ controversy to mention a few
    Mind you, PAS opposes the ‘Allah’ ban issue
    Vote in PR/DAP to tell BN/SUPP/UMNO
    That their days are numbered and long overdue

  25. #25 by king cobra on Monday, 10 May 2010 - 11:20 pm

    without East Malayisa’s natural resources & support Malaya should long ago be given FREE or SOLD for a small token of sum to either Singapore or Indonesia or Thailand

  26. #26 by boh-liao on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 12:37 am

    The Malaysian Insider: One Krishnasamy wrote dat his academically brilliant son, with equally excellent extracurricular activities, didn’t get a PSD, Petronas, Shell scholarship, to name a few, matriculation, a place in any of the local universities, while students with 5-7 As had been offered more that one of the above scholarships.
    He had proof that children of rich people and Datuks were offered scholarships.
    He may have to mortgage his house or borrow to fund his son’s studies in a private university.
    He sought the help of the MIC and ministers, but there has been no response.
    He is a taxpayer and about 28 per cent of his monthly salary goes towards income and other taxes.
    Mr Krishnasamy, Y do you n many other Indian M’sians continue 2 support MIC, Umno, BN?

  27. #27 by boh-liao on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 12:45 am

    Sibu voters: plz pay attention 2 this 1M’sia message
    Just accept all d bribes (actually all your tax money) 2 b showered upon u by NR, BUT VOTE for DAP, it’s alright
    Choose DAP/PR 4 a better future 4 your children n grandchildren, n kick d evil n corrupt BN out, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah

  28. #28 by tak tahan on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 1:03 am

    Effect a change to induce reform=PR
    No change no reform=BN

    Sibu has to change after 5 decades of suffering under rent seeker n sly opportunist umnoputras.Get rid of the black sheep!

  29. #29 by ekompute on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 4:00 am

    Looks like if DAP can sway some 2,000 votes over, it will win this by-election. Is this a justifiable cause for panic among the SUPP strategists?

    The Star says: “All Barisan Nasional parties, including those from Sarawak, are equal partners who practise power-sharing, said Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.” Yes, but unlike the pigs in Animal Farm, Muhyiddin is not so honest when he missed out the part that says that UMNO is more equal than the rest.

    Muhyiddin also said: “It’s a big lie to say that Umno bullies other component parties.” Ya, this part I agree. It is not UMNO that wants to bully the component parties, it is the component parties that want to be bullied, so what to do?

  30. #30 by ekompute on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 4:05 am

    “Don’t want Change: Want Reform” is an admittance that they are not doing their job… as simple as that. If they have been doing their job, why is there a need to reform?

  31. #31 by ekompute on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 4:08 am

    Boh-liao says: “Mr Krishnasamy, Y do you n many other Indian M’sians continue 2 support MIC, Umno, BN?”

    Serve them right. They get what they choose. Throw them a few peanuts and they grab it like gold nuggets.

  32. #32 by ekompute on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 4:13 am

    Sheriff singh ask: “Why does every one want a “2nd Finance Minister”? Is the job that difficult?”

    Me wondering too… everything is done by consultants. We don’t even need a Finance Minister, just a Finance Ministry spokesman is good enough.

  33. #33 by ekompute on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 4:30 am

    Bernama reports that Sibu PKR Youth head, Jee Chang Peng, 42, has quit the party because of the ‘internal squabbles and uncertainty in the party’.

    Why do frogs like to hop during by-election time?

  34. #34 by monsterball on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 7:30 am

    Chengho have learn the art to divide a race to fight each other and see who wins….knowing Najib holds the 4 aces…bribing…governing the country…some corrupted …police and judges.
    But all Najib’s 4 aces are useless to People’s Power.
    He knows that too…thus “1Malaysia” and “People First. Performance Now” slogans hope to do the trick.
    Chengho forgets he is talking about a race that values dignity and principles in life..more than money.
    The truth lies….how much SIBU Foochows stick to their roots and be proud of it.
    They can be forgiven for being slow in 12th GE…but it is better late than never to vote for change in government at all cost..for their children’s future…country and people.
    Let SIBU Foochows use their conscience and vote wisely.

  35. #35 by buy election on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 7:32 am

    ‘asking why a cousin of the late Robert Lau had been nominated and asked if Sibu had no talents’

    This was stated by me in one of my writings at

    The writing reflected the truth, although I have nothing to do with DAP.

  36. #36 by buy election on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 7:33 am

    ‘asking why a cousin of the late Robert Lau had been nominated and asked if Sibu had no talents’

    This was stated by me in one of my writings at

    The writing reflected the truth, although I have nothing to do with DAP.

  37. #37 by undertaker888 on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 8:05 am

    I say let BN win in Sibu with 200 million thrown in with less than 1000 majority votes. At least the rakyat gets the goodies instead of ibrahim-type hoodlums. Then in GE13, get them real good.

    PR is like an ATM machine with BN filling the machine with cash. Yeh!! PR, make BN spend a fortune to win.

  38. #38 by dagen on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 8:29 am

    The umno gobermen is beyond salvage. It has to be kicked real hard before it moves a tiny bit. Look at HS. Chinese there had to give pakatan very very substantial support before jib, in the midst of outbursts and protests by ibrahim bin perkasa and umno people, came out with the RM3m he promised.

    The moral of the story for sibu by-election is vote pakatan to make umno deliver. Better still, come general election, vote pakatan into putrajaya.

  39. #39 by dagen on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 8:50 am

    Hoi sibu people, i hv an idea. HS people is one up on umno. They cleverly gave umno a narrow win which they could use to compel umno to deliver. Try this now. Kick umno out. Yes. Just get rid of umno’s candidate – that robert fella. See if umno dares to back-track on its promises.

    Dont worry. My gut feeling. Umno wont back-track. Pakatan will be hounding them till they honour their promises. Remember, pakatan is now very strong. And umno knows it. The intensity of negative news on pakatan by umno’s media is a clear indication of pakatan’s position and strength. Besides, pakatan in now cleansed of a lot of unreliable, weak or unscrupulous members. Further, umno is really desperate and it leaders are experiencing a certain sinking feeling about the party’s position in putrajaya.

  40. #40 by boh-liao on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 9:48 am

    “A vote for Rocket is a vote for Islamic State”
    What’s SUPP’s stand on Islamic state?
    Isn’t SUPP a partner in crime by being a BN component n supporting d racist UmnoB’s declaration dat M’sia is an Islamic state?
    Did SUPP object when d racist UmnoB declared dat M’sia is an Islamic state?
    OK too, just join d reformation movement of PKR
    Stupid SUPP, nak plagiarise, nak change, but takut UmnoB

  41. #41 by negarawan on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 10:24 am

    Godspeed to the PR candidate, Wong Ho Leng. Just do your best, in sincerity and honesty. Knowing that the BN/UMNO/SUPP culprits are using massive amounts of money to bribe and lure votes, it will be a difficult campaign. Just win as many hearts and minds as you can. This is a part of a long journey for PR, and many right and fair minded Malaysians will be with you in this journey.

  42. #42 by boh-liao on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 10:31 am

    As expected, BN use divisive n fear-creating lies 4 different ethnic grps during elections
    In Sibu, there r different BN campaign posters n pamphlets 4 muslims n nonmuslims, 4 Malays, Ibans, n nonMalays
    All lies aimed 2 create fear n suspicion, even hatred (make d 1M’sia slogan a big fat joke)
    NEVER expect BN 2 compete fair n square
    BN lie, bribe, make racial n divisive statements, threaten, make empty promises, etc 2 convince simple-minded voters, esp those fr rural areas, 2 vote 4 their candidates

  43. #43 by Comrade on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 10:39 am

    Undertaker888, isn’t this better still? Make BN spend a fortune and out comes two winners, one the people and the other winner is not BN but DAP.

    Let BN spend a fortune
    By all means accept all the govt offers
    But do not dance to UMNO’s tune
    Instead vote in DAP, be wise voters

  44. #44 by frankyapp on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 12:28 pm

    Natural frogs jump when it rains. However human frogs jump when it rains money and such money rain can only happen during by/buy election or in a general election. It’s pretty simple,comes rain go catch real frogs,come by election/general election go catch human greedy frogs. Perhaps it’s appropriate to mention about the recently concluded “hung parliament “in the UK.Up til now,I have not seen any political frog yet and I think there will be none. If it’s in Malaysia,by now we may have a dozen of frogs already jumping around.Let us hope our malaysian politicians can learn something from our British politicains of really being to serve the party,people and nation above all other self interests.

  45. #45 by k1980 on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 1:09 pm

    The Foochows of Sibu must think back as to why their forefathers left China in the first place. It was because of the corrupt and delinquent Qing Dynasty, which was incapable of providing livelihood to its own people. Jib’s bolehland is today’s tottering Qing China

  46. #46 by johnnypok on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 4:30 pm

    A vote for Rocket is a vote for DEMOCRACY.

    A vote for BN is a vote for BANKRUPTCY.

  47. #47 by Bigjoe on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 - 6:15 pm

    Wait a minute, I thought they said that the ‘Allah’ ban did not apply to Sarawak – that they would not interfer with religious freedom in Sarawak and Sabah? Wasn’t this just a couple of months ago?

    The only promise worth anything by BN is one with guaranteed check by PM himself and he is not writing anymore..

  48. #48 by ekompute on Wednesday, 12 May 2010 - 1:33 am

    Bigjoe says: “The only promise worth anything by BN is one with guaranteed check by PM himself and he is not writing anymore.”

    Ohhh, wait and see. Last minute surprises in store in Sibu buy-election if the sentiments on the ground are not in BN’s favour. If BN is very confident of winning, well… better save the money for the next buy-election, no?

    There may still be many frogs in PKR that can easily be bought, as long as you have the money. Unfortunately, this Sibu by-election is fought by DAP and not PKR.

  49. #49 by johnnypok on Wednesday, 12 May 2010 - 6:15 am

    “If PR wins, come and see me tomorrow, and I will issue a check for 100 million”

  50. #50 by ktteokt on Wednesday, 12 May 2010 - 10:28 am

    Singapore has pulled out of Malaysia in 1965. Look at how it has prospered since then. At that time, S$1=RM1, but today, S$1=RM2.50! If Sabah and Sarawak pull out of the Federation, I am sure their currency will rise! Just look at their neighbour, the tiny little BRUNEI!

  51. #51 by ReformMalaysia on Wednesday, 12 May 2010 - 6:23 pm

    A vote for Barisan Nasional is a vote for continuation of Corrupt Practices……

    Remember – 60% of Sarawak Government project ‘bocor’, PKFZ multi-billion Scandal, stalled Ba’kelalan micro hydro-electric project, NCR(native lands) lands given away to cronies by the stroke of pen of the person-in-power of Sarawak, …. just to cite a few example(or that might be just the tip of an iceberg?)

    Sarawakians must be wondering where the 5% oil royalty spend on? – Unknown….! Sarawak remain poor under BN rule for 47 long years…. Its time up for Barisan Nasional….. sufficient time and chances has be given to Barisan Nasional….. Now. Game over!

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