Monday, February 9, 2009




Anonymous said...

They should now ask Mohd Nizar to fight for the Bukti Gantang parliament side.

Imagine the peoples victory if Mohd Nizar wins.

This will be a slap in teh face of the Sultan and Barisan Najis.

Not uncommon to have MBs also as MPs.

Khalid Ibrahim and Lim Guan Eng to name just 2.

Mohd Nizar for Parliament.!!!

If Mohd Nizar wins, this will b a real slap in the face of people like Najis Razak and all those blind waiving Daulat Tuanku idiots and if Mohd Nizar wins, we have the moral standing even for the Perak state assembly.

Pls pls ask Perak PAS to nominate Mohd Nizar for parliament.

You need to do it.

Anonymous said...

Yes!!! nominate Ir Mohd Nizar for Parliament Bukit Gantang.
Time to teach the back door entry Coup a lesson before the final countdown.
Vote for PAS!!!!!!!!PAS!!!!!PAS.

Anonymous said...

Hdup Democracy which BN and Sultan has denied. Semangat Rakyat never give up. My console to YB Haji Roslan Shaharum.

Anonymous said...

yes Get Nijar as the candidate and God pls help him win.
Let the Minister of arms commission know that his corrupt ways dont always win. God is surely greater than his dirty money.

Anonymous said...

nominate both Nizar and Zambry for this parliament seat.....let ppl choose!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I agree. I humbly propose the Rightful Menteri Besar Nizar to fight the Bukit Gantang by election.

Starmandala said...

Love your fighting spirit, Friar Tuck! :-)

Anonymous said...

Yes, yes, yes! Get Nizar to stand for on the PR thicket. In any case it is a PAS seat, so there should'nt be any problem with him as a choice.
I will like to see, how much BN money will pour into the constituency. The electorates should never forget and thank the late YB his parting gift to the people of Bukit Gantang.
God works in a very mysterious way,
this is one way to take the gloss off dodgy Najib.

Anonymous said...

We perakian will 100% support Datuk Ir Nizar to flight in this by election. We must kick umno ass out from Perak. Hidup Pas!! Hidup PR!!

Anonymous said...

Wait...SPR said no election...invalid letter...


Old Fart said...

Wonder if BN or HRH Sultan of Perak had this one in their plans so soon after what must be the lowest of low in Malayisan politics.

Maybe to save face they will say they give this a walkover!!!

Julian said...

And I'm looking forward to GE13!

Anonymous said...

R-A-H-M-A-N (Nizar) !! hahaha ....
the mighty living GOD must have heard me : thank you LORD, amen !!

Anonymous said...

el Zor, pls get ready of your Blue car & Barisan rakyat : welcome to Perak again !!

Anonymous said...

Don't be silly.

Nizar is already Menteri Besar

Is already state assemblyman for Pasir Panjang

You fellas also want him to be an MP for Bukit Gantang??

You think the poor man is a robot or what, for donkey's sake!

Give the man a break la!

Anonymous said...

Nizar for Bkt Gantang... Parliament, then maybe DPM or even PM!!

Anonymous said...

Can some one remember what happen to the Navy Ship that the Rakyat paid several years ago to a local company and never got delivered?

Anonymous said...

28+3 and Jackpot!
Looks like Toto, Sounds like Toto, Surely Toto

Jong said...

Ir Nizar for Parliament it is! - the best Menteri Besar, Perak has seen! We all love you Nizar!

The Sultan may have the last word but the Rakyat will have the last say! I can wait for the By-Election.

The One said...

Now, now. Lets not get overzealous just yet. There will be too much going on in Perak tomorrow. There will be the swearing in ceromony for the newly elected band of pirates, the hearing of two frogs who got caught crossing the road and a bunch of United Malays No Otak's barricading Nizar's right to serve the people. Lets see how all that goes tomorrow.

Anonymous said...

Barisan Nasional dogs propose, Pakatan Rakyat disposes. Now we will have to make sure BN suffer the ultimate humiliation of losing their deposit, or possibly pants, in the by-elections. Heard Rocky and company had a big celebration following Perak's illegal takeover.

Anonymous said...

demonstration/protest led by kj in ipoh : words like ' bunuh & pancung' have been used BUT BUT ' NO actions by polis & i doubt kj had the permit
= DOUBLE standard lah ! @#$%^&* !!

Anonymous said...

Lord of The Fools,
Khalid Ibrahim, Selangor MB, is also an MP. Same for Lim Guan Eng.

Anonymous said...

Tuesday February 10, 2009
RPK: Anwar, Kit Siang and Hadi should quit

PORT KLANG: Blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin has called for the resignations of three senior Opposition leaders for the loss of the Perak Pakatan Rakyat government to Barisan Nasional.

Pakatan de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang and PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang should resign and accept collective responsibility for the loss, he said at a Chap Goh Mei celebration at the Kuan Soon temple grounds in Pandamaran here.

When asked whether it was a leadership crisis, he said it was just bad leadership, with bad decisions and the three senior politicians were out of touch with the people on the ground.

“It is time for them to stop the blame game. Move aside and give the position to the younger generation that are more able.”

Anonymous said...

Vote for Independent lah. PR and BN are roses by other names.

PR blames the Police for roughage but they themselves are roughage too.

It's the same old story of boy crying wolf and crying over spilt milk. Nothing will change, no matter how many bicycles you ride to Parliament or get Camried to Parliament. The same.


Anonymous said...

Kera Jerit is synonymous for his oxymoron antics. Remember PP where he pompously declared that he and the UMNO/BN machinery was there TO BURY ANWAR. It was KJ and the BN goons who got buried.

Now if he really believes in 'bunuh & pancung' like the Talibans, then even the BN goons have to take note. There is one very mentally unstable and rabid dog that might run amok or even incite his zombie followers to actually carry out his biddings.

These are desparate times for the UNMOputras. KJ is fighting for his political survival. Now that his FIL is a lame duck in UMNO and with Mamakthir as Najis' advisor nothing is going to work for KJ and his 4th floor boys.

He might just hit out any which way to prolong the agony of his political career.

He might just go down in Malaysian political history as a ONE TERM MP.

Anonymous said...


RPK: Anwar, Kit Siang and Hadi should quit

Tue, Feb 10, 2009
The Star/ Asia News Network

PORT KLANG, MALAYSIA: Blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin has called for the resignations of three senior Opposition leaders for the loss of the Perak Pakatan Rakyat government to Barisan Nasional.

Pakatan de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang and PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang should resign and accept collective responsibility for the loss, he said at a Chap Goh Mei celebration at the Kuan Soon temple grounds in Pandamaran here.

When asked whether it was a leadership crisis, he said it was just bad leadership, with bad decisions and the three senior politicians were out of touch with the people on the ground.

'It is time for them to stop the blame game. Move aside and give the position to the younger generation that are more able.'

Anonymous said...

the legitimate MB Nizar was barred by polis from masuking into his office! ( kj gives his orders !!??
@#$%^&* the sial sil !!)

chinlwu said...

Yes, Nizar should contest for the Bukit Gantang Parliamentary seat. No issue here, it was a PAS MP before. Nizar go for it. The people of Perak wants you to there. The Police and UMNO have insulted and humilated you. The Seniors of PAS, you have to give Nizar the opportunity. To have Nizar as the MP is for the people to show to these people who the people has confidence in to be a leader of the people.

Anonymous said...

yes ! YM RPK has found a brighter super-clean STAR = YAB Nizar !!

TheWhisperer said...

Undi lah PAH!

Takbir, Allahu Akbar!!

From KT to BG. Get the Blue Blitz ready!!

Anonymous said...

Its amazing how all it takes is for one person to make a statement, however, unthought out and probably impractical,for people to jump on the bandwagon and rally behind. This applies to both the PR and BN supporters. Sad to say both PR and BN have so-called politicians who are fully aware of these supporters inability to think and to assess a sensitive, or just plain stupid statement. Thus we have the rubbish being bandied about by these politicians and sense and sensibility shown, even by a man of no less experience, prestige and status as DYMM Sultan Perak falls by the wayside. To the extent of obstructing YMM Raja Nazrin. Reasoning, understanding, critical analysis is not in many of our make-up. Blind faith for all the wrong reasons in the wrong people. As long as we are not able to clearly appreciate the actual problems faced by our country and be able to at least see another's person's point pt of view if not agree, then we deserve the inferior quality leaders that we mostly have on both sides and to the Drama Kings also from both sides.

flyer168 said...

Dear Bernard,

Yes, RPK has a point there !

After all RPK'S & his SB's efforts from the start & It is almost a year since the last G/E ....we are back to almost square one !

Devine intervention is giving PR 2 Bye-elections as a "Last chance" but their Inter & Intra squabbles, their Infra/member quality, etc is definitely not "Healthy" for this battle/War eventually !

Maybe let us ALSO ponder upon/ deliberate on the Action Plan NOW to mitigate the IMPENDING Political & Financial fallout and to start anew with "Fresh Calibered" personalities & not recycled Politicians/ Personalities.

Time is not on our side with the Financial & Political tsunami meltdown !

Please read this.

Published on Sunday, February 8, 2009 by
The Icelandic Volcano Erupts

Anonymous said...

Come on people, when you govern too "clean", how can people cari makan, imagine if you already make millions giving contracts on timber and suddenly its cut, of course you are kick la. Simple.
Therefore a clean and efficient will never Last.

Anonymous said...

Yo man up there who responded to my comment:

Nik Aziz just said that it is unwise for Nizar to contest in the Bukit Gantang election.

So as I said,

Let's not embroil Nizar in these by-elections.

Let him be the dignified Menteri Besar as he is and hopefully he shall be restored to his position.

So eat apple crumble, fooooooo!

Anonymous said...

let Nizar be a MP too, pls !!

Anonymous said...

" datuk, pls leave, PLEASE ! we r given the orders , sori ....!" pleaded by the polis who stopped Nizar from masuking his legitimate work place !!
Gently, YB & partners left : ok, bukan polis fauthed !
Polis & FRU ppl, u all know WHO bersalah, right ! WHY NOT do something for JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE
untuk masa depan & your children : GOD knows one , ok !! tq !

Anonymous said...

sultan was blackmailed : gamuda scandal !!

Anonymous said...


Why la bother with all these by-elections and all?? Our economy is fucked. Concentrate on earning a living better.

Anonymous said...

BN takes back Perak... Anwar embarrassed...
The Barisan Nasional now has majority seats in the Perak State Assembly after two Parti keADILan Rakyat Assemblymen Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi (PKR-Behrang), Osman Jailu (PKR-Changkat Jering) and a Deputy Speaker of the State Assembly Hee Yit Foong (DAP-Jelapang)decided to leave their parties and be BN-friendly. The State Assmblyman for Bota Datuk Nasarudin Hashim is returning to BN.

It is only a matter of time that the DYMM Sultan of Perak Sultan Azlan Shah will announce his decision on whether he should take the advice of the Menteri Besar and dissolve the State Assembly or give his consent to the Barisan Nasional to form the Government.

If the DYMM Sultan decides that the BN should form the Government, which is highly likely by virtue of BN being the majority, it will be a big embarassment for Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Anwar had been telling the world that Pakatan Rakyat would form the Government on September 16 last year because by then he would get many BN parliamentarians to cross over to PR. September 16 happened only in Anwar's dreams.

While he is going around telling the world that BN MPs are going to cross over to his party, the Opposite is happening right under his nose. Anwar is now in no position to say that party-hopping is unethical.

What's real is that BN is about to wrest Perak and the people in Perak especially and in Malaysia generally are losing faith in PR. That will be the biggest slap in the face for Anwar.

Anonymous said...

Hey ! one of the 6 exco members has said this b4( dun u remember?): " if u see an indian & a snake, kill .....
1st !!"

Anonymous said...

WHAT is the honourable thing for political leaders to do when they lead their party on the wrong path and land the party in trouble?


That was the demand made of MCA's Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting and MIC's Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu when their parties' parliamentary seats were reduced by more than half post-March 2008. That was also the demand made of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi even after they won the 1999 and 2008 elections respectively.

Assuming responsibility and bowing out is the norm in party politics. So, why are Pakatan Rakyat leaders and well-wishers so worked up with DAP chairperson Karpal Singh's call for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to resign as the coalition's de facto leader after the Perak fiasco?

Karpal SinghIs it because the timing is wrong? I am afraid not — would anyone have been more appreciative of Karpal's call if he made it months later? Perhaps after the Bukit Gantang and Bukit Selambau by-elections, in which the Pakatan Rakyat, in all likelihood, will triumph?

Anwaristas would probably ask: If Anwar can turn things around, why call for him to resign?

A week is too long in Malaysian politics — why should anyone think a time-lagged outcry would make Karpal a savvier politician?

Is the backlash against Karpal because he voiced dissent through the wrong channel? Maybe. He could have voiced it within the party but it would probably have been ridiculed and buried before even making the news.

Anwaristas would ask: If Karpal's views are not shared even by his own party's leaders, why should it enter the court of public opinion?

Anwar is the coalition

I think Karpal's real problem is that he has spoken to the wrong coalition. There can be no Pakatan Rakyat without Anwar. Period.

Demonstration for Perón's release, 17 Oct 1945
(public domain / wikipedia)How could anyone have asked President Juan Domingo Perón to resign from his Perónist party in Argentina? The man was the party. Similarly, how can anyone ask Sam Rainsy to resign from Cambodia's Sam Rainsy Party? The man is the party.

Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) is an Anwarist party. Perhaps then the Pakatan Rakyat is more an Anwarist coalition.

The two-winged, united opposition fronts in the 1990s, the all-Muslim Angkatan Perpaduan Ummah (Apu) and the multiethnic, secular Gagasan Rakyat, were very much Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah (Ku Li) coalitions. The Semangat 46 party which served as the common member of the two wings was for all purposes a Ku Li party itself.

The problem is not Anwar. The problem is Malaysian opposition politics.

To marry the Islamist oppositionists in PAS and non-Malay, non-Muslim oppositionists in DAP, we simply need a moderate Malay-Muslim figure who is acceptable to both parties. More importantly, this moderate, Malay-Muslim figure needs to be mainstream enough to convince the country's conservative middle ground that the government-in-waiting is experienced and viable.

That almost automatically means the alternative prime minister (PM) has to be someone from Umno. So, it had to be Ku Li in the 1990s. It could have been Tun Musa Hitam if he had chosen to join the opposition. In future, if Datuk Zaid Ibrahim can build real grassroots support, he may have much to offer.

Outside Umno, there has not been a viable alternative. The Malay leftists have not won even one parliamentary seat since 1969 for them to be reckoned with.

Datuk Husam MusaAmong PAS leaders, the late Datuk Fadzil Noor was generally well-liked but he did not command the charisma that electrified non-Malay Malaysians and non-Islamist Malay Malaysians. Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat and Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang are too controversial to even come close to Fadzil. After his hudud stunt, Datuk Husam Musa will now have a hard time convincing skeptics that he is not a closet fundamentalist.

Thanks to the manoeuvres of Umno and the Perak palace, PAS may now have PM material in Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin in five to 10 years' time.

Pakatan's Hang Jebat?

But for now, Anwar is the only one who can tie the various opposition forces together. Hence, the coalition cannot just allow him to be attacked. I would not be surprised if Karpal retires by the next general election.

While Karpal's salvo may be damaging for Pakatan Rakyat in the short term, Malaysians may thank him for pointing out our over-dependence on and blind following of one man.

And if there is any lesson to learn from Perak, isn't it that we should no longer live in a fairy tale where political leaders — elected or hereditary — can be unconditionally trusted?

If the royals now have to be brought down from their pedestal to be examined critically for their political manoeuvres, shouldn't the "great leader" be deprived of his "immunity" too?

By "immunity", I refer specifically to the phenomenon of deference some Pakatan Rakyat leaders and well-wishers reserve for Anwar. In no way am I denying that Anwar is constantly attacked and demonised by Barisan Nasional (BN) politicians and the traditional media.

However, precisely because Anwar is not treated fairly by the government and the media, we find knee-jerk defences among many of his followers.

They have a reason for every decision he makes or does not make, every action he takes or does not take. In the eyes of some, he can do no wrong, not unlike the king in monarchist discourses.

While Karpal is widely seen as the loose cannon of Pakatan Rakyat, his unprecedented call for the dethroning of Anwar actually has a Hang Jebat feel to it. The only difference is that Karpal will not "menyembah mohon derhaka".

In no way am I suggesting that Anwar is a tyrant. On the contrary, I still believe he has the potential to be Malaysia's greatest leader in a generation's time. He has the potential to found the Second Malaysia which will be completely different from the First Malaysia which was born in 1952 when Umno and MCA formed their historic electoral pact. Anwar is the only one who can sell the nation a new dream.

For this reason, Karpal's demand for Anwar to quit is political suicide. But do not read merely what Karpal said or how he said it. Pay attention to why he said it. Karpal's political incorrectness shows us the most important tasks in Malaysian opposition politics post-Perak: constructive critiquing of Anwar and reinventing of the Pakatan Rakyat.

The two Anwars

The Pakatan Rakyat is actually the embodiment of two Anwars.

The first Anwar is the man who says "anak Melayu, anak Cina, anak India, anak Dayak, anak Kadazan, anak saya". He vows to end poverty and ethnic divisions. His idealism may be traced back to his university years and is widely believed to have been rediscovered and reinvigorated after his six years in jail. This is Anwar the idealist.

The second Anwar is the man who was Mahathir's loyal lieutenant in the dark years of 1987 and 1988. Using money and the media, this Anwar ousted the late Tun Ghafar Baba in Umno. This Anwar orchestrated the downfall of Sabah's democratically-elected state government in 1994. This is also the man who hypnotised half the nation — including leading opinion leaders — with his 16 Sept 2008 scheme and who proposed the restoration of royal immunities. This is the man who has mastered and still plays the devil's game. If you like, this is the Machiavellian Anwar.

Anwar is the combination of two Anwars
Pakatan Rakyat's success has been built on the combination of these two Anwars. Without the first's idealistic vision, Pakatan Rakyat would not have won the hearts and minds of many. Without the second's devilish cunning, many would argue, Pakatan Rakyat would have already vanished by Umno's hand.

Perak is the battle between the Machiavellian Anwar and the BN's one-party state machine. The victory of Datuk Seri Najib Razak — the other arch Machiavellian, if you will — rightly angered and frightened many. At the time of writing, dominoes from Perak threaten to fall on Kedah and perhaps Selangor soon.

If Najib consolidates his gains, will Malaysia's third wave of democratisation — after near misses in 1990 and 1999 — be reversed back to pre-1999 levels? Even if the Machiavellian Anwar succeeds in playing the same game in Negeri Sembilan and later Putrajaya, will Malaysia really be free from Umno's dirty state craft? After all, this is the craft that Machiavellian Anwar learnt well from his long career in Umno.

Karpal is asking us to throw both Anwars out. I think we need to keep the appeal of Anwar the idealist. But we need to look for a clean, working replacement for the Machiavellian Anwar's means.

Anonymous said...

Has anyone given a thought on the date the EC is going to meet? Why Friday while they could have met and announced the by election on Tuesday? They met the very next day (or the day after) when Perak assembly speaker announced the resignation of the 2 katak.
Are they giving najis time to locate YB Arumugan?
I hope it's just me being very paranoid with all these people from EC and UMNO.

Anonymous said...

dr.scandal sex :" ..dun wori,we (bn) can win the 2 BUY-elections one..! "

Knights Templar said...

Rev'rand ... heard you were a bit under the weather ... maintain the Malt but go slow on the ice ...

Get well and God speed my friend .

Shalom .....

Anonymous said...

anon 8.36am

no scandal lah. gamuda finished builidng the road in sabah. got paid for a bitumen road and rakyat using gravel road only mah. Reported that report lodged with ACA but think in tong sampah now.

no scandal lah. after the double track to nowhere, now 15 billion job for LRT. Ooi, Gamuda ada buat LRT system, kah?

Dont ask too much lah. Sini Malaysia Boleh. Apa pun boleh if you want to boleh lah.

Wonder why others are billionaires, tapi you and I still trying to make ends meet. Bodoh, memang Bodoh lah. Learn from Gamuda lah.

Anonymous said...

Hi Anonymous Feb 11, 1:57

I've said it before and I will say it again:

UMNO is fast becoming the political party of the corrupt, the racists and the fooled.

Phua Kai Lit

Unknown said...

This is something picked up from a tamil blog and translated in english that I received in my email.

Dear All,
> Many of you may not know the true story. The stories we hear about
> Kugan is not true. He is not a luxury car thief. In fact he worked for
> his uncle whom tow cars for finance companies.
> Kugan actually was
> trying to tow a policeman’s own car and when confronted by the Police,
> he fired back at the police and said he was only doing his duty and
> not
> afraid of Police.
> The Police got angry with Kugan’s remark and thus
> arrested him and finally killed him. Spread this actual story around
> and don’t believe everything in the media. See how they are trying to
> link us so that the INDIAN people get wiped out of this country.
> Also heard that the policemen that got involved were transferred to HQ
> for their “own safety”.
> Guys don’t let this one go off
> easily. If the authorities failed to punish those responsible, the
> INDIANS should do something about it. Today its Kugan, tomorrow it
> might be our own brothers or kids. ?
> Have A Great Day,
> Thank you and warmest regards
> may his soul rest in peace

Anonymous said...

Nizar (tears-eyed) really got pissed off : "HANCURKAN, punahkan bn , the pencuri !" ( 1500-crowd cheered & sokongkan the bright STAR : rahmaN(NIZAR ) !!

Anonymous said...

NIZAR : " hancurkan...punahkan bn the pencuri !!"

Anonymous said...

BUY-elections on 7/4 is tuesday !?