Thursday, May 9, 2013

The Bogey Man

Many of you must have heard of the song, "Me and you and a dog named Boo", made popular by Lobo in the early seventies. Now, you've got to listen this version by the Comedy Court.

May 8 - the night of the Rakyat Tsunami

120,000 came on their own volition!!!

There were no pop concerts, no Michelle Yeoh condescending speeches, no sumptuous dinners, no cash handouts and no pledges of donations, and yet in the rain and monstrous traffic jam, they kept coming!

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

A song dedicated to Chua Soi Lek


Read the news article here.

Remember, "We don't need the Chinese votes"?

I just simply cannot understand why Mahathir, Najib and Ali Rustam are complaining about the Chinese not voting for them.  After all, wasn't it UMNO who told us plainly they don't need the Chinese votes, or have they forgotten?  If they don't need our votes, it is only logical we give it to those who need them.  So why the hue and cry?  What a selfish group of people.  When the Chinese gave them the votes in 1998 to save the party from extinction, they rewarded us by demonising SUQUI.  If that was not bad enough, they unleashed UMNO Youth onto the Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall, threatening to burn it down. Then, infront of millions of viewers on Merdeka Day that year, SUQUI was crucified and branded as terrorists, Al Maunah, etc. Finally, SUQUI was arm-twisted into signing an agreement that they will never bring up the 14-point appeal anymore.  In the first place, it was Mahathir and his then cabinet who agreed to accepting the 14-point appeal prior to the GE.  After he got what he wanted, he cast SUQUI to the wolves.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

It's elementary, Najib, it's elementary

Simple maths: There are 12.2 mil eligible voters in Malaysia.

EC accounts for 80% turnout.

That means 9.76 mil ppl came out to vote.

Total votes accountable for 'STATES' : 9.52 mil (give or take some spoilt votes)

This number is fair.

How come total votes for "PARLIMENT" can reach 10.5 mil?

If total people who came out to vote was only 9.76 mil MAX?!?

Where the hell did the other 1 mil votes come

[Source : Richter Chew DAP (Democratic Action Party Malaysia]

Now Najib, see what you have done when you opened your racist mouth to say the Opposition's gain is due to the "Chinese Tsunami"

This person is a sicko and with such posting on the internet, I wonder what the PDRM and the MCMC are going to do about it.  The racist brain of this chap just refuses to register that the Opposition's win was as a result of Malaysians from all races coming together for a common good.  The Chinese constitutes only  23% of the entire population with many of them still supporting MCA, Gerakan or SUPP.  So how could there be a Chinese tsunami anyway, unless all the 23% of the Chinese in the country vote for the Opposition.  Many political analysts have already stated the fact that this election was strictly between the urbanites and the ruralites.  We hope Najib will do something about this guy or his 'reconciliation' appeal will fall flat on his face, again.

Several netizens have contacted Harakahdaily over a call by a Facebook user urging Malays to "slaughter" the Chinese on the coming May 13.
The extremely racist remark by Facebook user Shahrizad Mohd Diah has been posted on the website of UMNO's Papagomo at 7.56 pm this evening as a response to an equally racist ranting by the blogger today, in which the latter declared it is a "must" to fight the "DAP Chinese" even if it means spilling blood.

"aku cadangkan 13 mei ini org melayu bangkit merusuh dan bunuh semua cina keparat di malaysia ini. itu jua caranya. sembelih cina macam babi," runs a comment posted via Facebook by the user.

(Translation: "I suggest that on the coming May 13, Malays rise up to riot and kill all the Chinese in Malaysia. That's the only way. Slaughter the Chinese like pigs.")

On the user's Facebook details (, it is claimed that he is "Managing Director at MD Property Development Plc, Agency Manager at Ambank Assurance and Agency Manager at CIMB Wealth Adviser".

He also claims to have taught at the International Islamic University, and attended school at St. John's Institution, Kuala Lumpur and Malay College Kuala Kangsar.

Shockingly, his comments have even earned a few 'likes' from fans of Papagomo.

On the same page, the blogger among others posted what he claims is the Malay translation of a leaflet in Chinese calling for the community to take political control from the Malays. The blogger, who has no qualms of posting pornographic images on his blog, also claims that DAP is behind the leaflet, without showing any image of the original.
 [Source: Harakah Daily]

A message from Dato' Mohd Zaid Ibrahim

After 30 years of mollycoddling, the Prime Minister now has a real task at hand. The BN’s victory is not a sweet one. Datuk Sri Najib Tun Razak has to save the BN and himself sooner rather than later. His statement about national reconciliation, however, woke me up instantly. He has positioned national reconciliation as his most urgent priority, and so it should be. He has lost practically all Chinese support in the country, and has at the same emboldened Malay extremists to continue on their warpath to further strengthen Ketuanan Melayu, even if imperils our unity.
As a former colleague, I know him to frown on combative politics. He was always more interested in placating and pleasing, but this will not do when dealing with UMNO extremists. He tried hard to please them by putting Ibrahim Ali and Zulkifli Nordin up as election candidates. Sometimes his speeches to an UMNO audience bear the same uncompromising trademarks that peppered former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Ibrahim’s speeches—even Najib’s oratory style has been modulated to sound fiery. But I for one still think he has real concern for national unity. Let’s see what he will do in the next few weeks.
I will believe him to be serious about national reconciliation if he can, for a start, do the following:
  1. Disband Biro Tata Negara, a department first started to open Malay eyes and minds to nation-building and how they can participate in the process. However, it has turned into dangerous, fascistic propaganda training that creates fear and even hatred for other races. It’s totally unproductive and gives no positive outlook to the Malays at all.
  2. Explicitly repudiate Perkasa and the likes of Dr Mahathir, Ibrahim and Zukifli. The PM no longer has any excuse to tamely obey the wishes of Dr Mahathir as he now has his own mandate. Anything less will not do.
  3. Instruct the Attorney-General to repeal the Sedition Act, unless he is willing to apply the law fairly and without favour. Any UMNO/Perkasa statement must be viewed objectively as the law dictates and action must be taken against those who break the law. It should not just be applied to Karpal Singh and Lim Kit Siang.
  4. Immediately reorganise Utusan Melayu and the Media Prima Group so that media operators and journalists stop poisoning the Malays with dangerous rubbish, which has become standard practice. If the Prime Minister is unable to see the damage done by these people, then he is not fit to talk of national reconciliation.
The Chinese are not asking as much as Hindraf chairman P. Waythamoorthy did on behalf of the Indian community, which the Prime Minister has willingly obliged. The Chinese are just asking for respect and to be treated fairly. Sure, the Chinese are economically better off than the Malays, but this has nothing to do with wanting to feel included in the way this country’s affairs are managed. The Prime Minister must once and for all repudiate Ketuanan Melayu, a concept that is meaningless yet brings so much division in the country.
Some will say the Chinese are also extremists and their newspapers are also inflammatory.  Well then, apply the law fairly and prosecute them—but you can’t allow Utusan to get away with murder and complain when the Chinese react. The Chinese do not need to vote for an UMNO leader to keep their businesses running. Punishing the Chinese will not work as they are self-reliant and wily. The more the Prime Minister relies on the likes of Ibrahim and Zulkifli, the less chance an UMNO politician will get the Chinese vote.
In any case, there are Malays who will come in support of the Chinese and other ethnic groups because these Malays want to see peace and stability in the country. They abhor indiscriminate policies and they want to see unity in the long term. It’s already clear that DAP would not have done so well if not for the support of the Malays.
Finally, please stop calling Kit Siang a racist. He is a respected leader of the Chinese community and has served many years in Parliament. The Prime Minister would do well to bestow him with the title “Tan Sri” for his many years of service, just as the former Opposition Leader in Parliament Tan Chee Khoon was.
By doing these things the Prime Minister will undoubtedly be subject to serious body blows from the Perkasa patron and even his own deputy. But if the Prime Minister truly wants to unify the country, he has to have the stomach for it.

Monday, May 6, 2013

A letter from PEMANTAU, and more videos on fraud

PEMANTAU preliminary observation showed a number of major issues. These include the indelible ink, phantom voters, ballot papers, and unlawful arrest of PEMANTAU observers. However, there is improvement in the conduct of the election, especially in the reduction of pondok panas and campaigning during voting period.

Some of the worrying issues are as follows:

Indelible ink can be washed out
BERSIH 2.0’s contention on the indelible ink was proven to be true as can be seen in the reports received from our observers. With only soap and water, the so-called 7-day indelible ink can almost be immediately removed moments after polling.

Phantom voters
The fear of phantom voters is real. In Lembah Pantai, PEMANTAU observed vehicles ferrying phantom voters and suspiciously entering polling centres. They also reported non-citizens wearing police jackets while travelling in police van to polling centres. In other areas, some registered voters were denied their votes as they found others have voted on their behalf.

Irregularities in ballot papers
Irregularities were found in ballot papers. These irregularities include stained ballot papers, SPR officers found recording ballot papers’ serial numbers [what does this mean] and unstamped ballot papers. For example, SPR at Kampung Tawas distributed unstamped ballot papers to voters from 8:00AM to 11:00AM. PEMANTAU reported that EC officals rejected requests from voters for the issuance of new ballot papers because there were marks on the paper. We have even received reports of voters/observers who were forced to cast their votes on stained ballot papers.

Arrest of 7 PEMANTAU observers
At 3:45PM, two PEMANTAU observers were arrested at SRJKC Bukit Beruang, Ayer Keroh and were brought to IPK Melaka for questioning. At 4:30PM, another five PEMANTAU observers were arrested at SRJKC Nan Yek Lee Rubber, Wangsa Maju and were investigated under S341 of Penal Code and were refused access to lawyers under S28A of Criminal Procedure Code. They are still at Taman Setapak Police Station. PEMANTAU observers were also forcefully chased out of polling centres in Pekan, Temerloh and Danau Kota by mobs believed to be from Barisan Nasional.

It is shocking that the Election Commission, in today’s NTV7 press presentation, did not respond to any of the public complaints. They too have to answer to the irregularities in the conduct of the election and harassment of PEMANTAU observers.

PEMANTAU Pilihan Raya Rakyat (PEMANTAU) comprises of:
Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections 2.0 (BERSIH 2.0)
Malaysians for Free and Fair Elections (MAFREL)

This is how the BN won in Bentong. 

Illegal voters without ICs want to vote

Is this how Barisan Nasional win the General Election? What a hollow victory.