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26 April 2013

give bribes better than down oil prices says najis

Giving BR1M better than reducing petrol prices, says Najib


Giving the 1 Malaysia People’s Aid (BR1M) is more beneficial than reducing petrol prices as promised by the opposition, Datuk Seri Najib Razak said today.

The prime minister said the needy would benefit more from the giving of BR1M.

“We reduce the petrol price, who profits? The rich also profit, the rich driving big cars also profit, tourists also profit, illegal immigrants also profit, petrol sellers also profit.

“If we give BR1M, who profits? The people... now we (the needy) get five pieces (of RM100 notes),” he said asking the people to compare whether reducing petrol prices was more beneficial than giving BR1M.

He said this at a gathering with the people of the Bagan Serai parliamentary constituency here.





Our PM Najib is a blooming hypocrite! The only thing that profits from BR1M is his own popularity!...My travel expenses petrol for my car is RM500 a month can Mr.Najib give me BRIM every month

Is EC cheating or hiding incompetence ...EC says has store in Kajang, no ‘dubious’ diversion

The Election Commission (EC) has a store in Sungai Chua, Kajang, to keep its goods, its chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof said today, denying claims of “dubious” diversions for ballot boxes.

Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim showed photographic proof today that an EC vehicle carrying ballot boxes stamped with the commission logo had made a suspicious diversion to Jalan SC 2 in the Sungai Chua Industrial Park in Kajang en route to its Putrajayaheadquarters on April 8.

“Yes Sungai Chua has an EC store,” Abdul Aziz said

“What is wrong with seeing ballot boxes that has the EC logo in a vehicle? I don’t know why Anwar is questioning this? Now, the transport logistics for the general election has started. Not just in Sungai Chua, but also in Perak, Kedah and the whole country,” he said, laughing.

EC deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar said the commission had started to move its equipment for Election 2013 as advance voting would take place on April 30, ahead of polling day on May 5.

“YB Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim doesn’t have to worry. Normally ballot boxes are seen in vehicles with the EC logo. But if you see any other vehicles transporting ballot boxes, then tell me, I also want to investigate,” Wan Ahmad told The Malaysian Insider.

Abdul Aziz also denied Anwar’s allegation that the electoral roll contains 28,593 voters that are made up of foreigners from Indonesia, the Philippines, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

“How can? If you’re not a citizen you cannot be a voter. Automatically the system will reject,” he said.

He said, however, that if there are foreign citizens who have lived in Malaysia for a very long time and given citizenship, then they are eligible to be a voter after they get their blue identity cards.

“The EC won’t ask how they got their citizenship. The EC will only check with the National Registration Department (NRD). If everything is OK, then EC will register. If not, then EC will reject,” he added.

Regarding DAP national chairman Karpal Singh’s ceramah that was halted by EC officers in Bukit Gelugor, Penang last night, Wan Ahmad said there are Election Campaign Enforcement Team (PPKPR) in every area consisting of a EC officer, a police officer, a local council member and a representative for every candidate.

“They have the power to stop a ceramah without a permit. Besides that, if the person giving the speech is very harsh, PPKPR can ask him to tone down his meaning, which are offences in the Election Offences Act,” he said.

Some 13.3 million voters including 5,200 overseas voters are eligible to cast their ballots in the upcoming general election to choose their 222 federal and 505 state representatives in 12 states. Sarawak has had its
state elections in 2011.






“How can? If you’re not a citizen you cannot be a voter. Automatically the system will reject,” he said."

They must be smoking some special grass. What about Sabah Project IC? Please explain....

EC must understand that their credibility is almost nil with the opposition simply for being bias in their undertakings. Show us you are truly independent and show us you do really care about dubious voters in the voter rolls and show us that those incomplete addresses on the voter list are in fact verified against the NRD database.

The last time I check, I have to provide a complete address to get registered with the NRD.

Having a logo on the van is fine and dandy but where the van is going is another story. I urge the EC to allow independent observers to follow each and every ballot box and have them verified that there is nothing in it prior to balloting and then have it sealed and allow independent observer to verify that that the ballot boxes have not been tempered with. Also ensure that all ballots be counted on the same day in a controlled environment where observers from both sides can object to any shenanigans on the spot.

Show us you truly support democracy and truly independent! Failure to do so will result in severe consequences following Pakatan control. Messing around with democratic principle is a big no no in the best democracy in the world!

Like BN, EC lost all it's credibility. Everything the EC does will be under the microscope of the people and I don't think the present chairman and his gang will ever gain the people trust again. get used to it and move on.

Nik Aziz’s son banks on Pasir Mas voters’ anger vs ibrahim katak mahatahi 's dog

PAS’s Nik Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz is hoping that Pasir Mas voters will still remember the Perkasa chief’s shifting allegiance in the last polls and let their anger decide their votes this time.

The PAS Youth wing deputy chief also hopes the message will help distinguish himself from being seen as just the son of the Islamist party’s spiritual adviser Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat, popularly known as “Tok Guru”.

“In Pasir Mas, the mood of the voters is very different compared to other parliamentary seats in Kelantan.

“Most of the voters, PAS supporters especially, are so eager to take back Pasir Mas,” Nik Abduh told 

Nik Abduh explained that Pasir Mas, which had been held by PAS since 1999, was given a shock when Ibrahim declared himself a Barisan Nasional (BN)-friendly independent MP after his win in 2008. Ibrahim had contested under PAS, but had a falling out with the Islamist party.

The stout Malay supremacy group chief, known derisively as “frog” for his party-hopping ways, has joined forces with BN this time as an independent candidate after the coalition’s Che Johan Che Pa failed to turn in his nomination forms on Nomination Day.

“What’s most important now is to grant the wishes of the Pasir Mas people who are looking for a truthful and trustworthy leader ... The current MP is a treacherous MP,” said Nik Abduh.

“Nik Abduh, he’s a ‘Mat Masjid’, so it’s a bit hard for him to hang out with ‘Mat Lepak’ and ‘Mat Rempit’ ... He’s really like a carbon copy of Tok Guru,” said a party worker who only wanted to be know as Izzat, referring to Nik Abduh’s reserved and quiet demeanour compared to the outspoken Ibrahim.

However, the PAS man made up for his demeanour with his religious expertise, a trait seen desirable by PAS supporters that make up the bulk of Pasir Mas voters. The three state seats under the Pasir Mas federal seat — Tendong, Pengkalan Pasir and Chetok — were all won by PAS in the last polls.

“If he does not win this year, he will still win in 10 more years. Islam will trump all in the end ... Only the crazies and the damned support Umno,” said Che Nawi Che Musa, 61, an entrepreneur who reminisced about his earliest memories of Tok Guru when Nik Abduh met him in a barbershop during the walkabout.

“Ibrahim won last time because he was backed by PAS ... This time he cannot be too sure, he’s running against Tok Guru’s son,” said trishaw rider Leman Daud, 78, as he smoked a rolled cigarette in his toothless mouth.

To counter Nik Abduh’s piety, Ibrahim had taken a page out of the playbook of his mentor Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, and pledged an upgrade to the area’s infrastructure that he claimed has been neglected under PAS rule.

He spoke about kickstarting the local tourism industry in Pasir Mas by pitching a Madame Tussauds-like museum for the town. Madame Tussauds is one of the major tourist attractions in London, displaying lifelike wax statues of famous celebrities and figures.

As he put on his sunglasses to leave, Nik Abduh joked that it would benefit both PAS and BN if he wins against Ibrahim.

“If Tok Him happens to win, Umno will never ever get to put its candidate for Pasir Mas,” he said, referring to Ibrahim by his nickname.

“We should bury Tok Him in defeat first, then we can both have a proper fight,” he added, smiling.

Newcomer Nik Abduh leads a group of 18 fresh faces put up by Pakatan Rakyat (PR) in the Malay heartland of Kelantan.

He faces Ibrahim to win the hearts and minds of 72,122 registered voters in Pasir Mas, 96 per cent of whom are Malays. Ibrahim won by a majority of 8,991 votes in 2008, but lost to PAS’s Ismail Noh in 2004 when he ran as an independent.






It is not a joke that it will benefit both PAS and BN if he wins. It is the truth. The people of Pasir Mas are solidly behind PAS. And the son of the illustrious Tok Guru will be a welcomed addition to the stable of PAS leaders. One thing is for sure when he wins : there will be no corrupt practices that Malaysians abhor, but which the BN government has chosen not to address all the years it has been in power.

due to police busy spying on the opposition and hokey crime statistics say more down ...

Customs No. 2 shot dead on way to Putrajaya office

Royal Malaysian Customs deputy director-general II Datuk Saharuddin Ibrahim was shot dead near a traffic light near the Putrajaya police station today, police said.

Media reports say the gunman on a motorcycle shot Shaharuddin about 8.40am at Leboh Wawasan coming from Dengkil.

He was rushed to the hospital and immediately wheeled into the intensive care unit, according to the New Straits Times news portal.

Police are checking the CCTV feeds.

KL police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohamad Salleh confirmed the incident.

The police are questioning Saharuddin's driver to establish what happened.

Last Saturday, armed men knifed 52-year-old Irene Ong to death in broad daylight in Bukit Gasing, Petaling Jaya, in an attempted robbery, bringing crime back as an electoral issue in the May 5 general election.

Police have detained three youths in connection with the killing.

Putrajaya has said that from 2009 to 2012 the national crime rate dropped by 27 per cent while street crime fell by 39.7 per cent.

Police also said the national crime rate fell six per cent in the first quarter of 2013 against the same period last year.






My God! I thought DPM Muhyiddin has just declared "Malaysia is safe. Security in top notch"!!!
Is he joking or he is serious when he said so???

What is next? Damn worry.

Criminals are getting bold and fearless because of the complacent and indifferent attitude of the police.We urgently need a new government to stop the rot before we end up living forever in fear

Deepest condolences to Datuk Saharuddin Ibrahim. Although I do not know you, my heart aches each time I read about crimes happening in Malaysia. It is getting so common nowadays that the reports by PDRM, PERMANDU on the purported drop in crime rate is really making a mockery of the Rakyat.

If the current government is not able to REDUCE CRIME, then perhaps it would be better to give PR a chance to run the country!

Once again, my deepest condolences to all the victims of crimes in this country, as well as their families
Targeting the Deputy DG of Customs must be the work of nefarious forces with deep involvement and interest in the Customs dept. This is not random killing but a planned one with sinister implications. Will our 1Malaysia police be up to the investigations even if it involves very influential higher-ups?

25 April 2013

BLATANT AND WHOLESALE CHEATING BY BN n SPR AGAIN....EC transfer ‘dubious’ ballot box diversion to Kajang.!!!

The Election Commission (EC) must explain the “dubious” diversion of an EC vehicle carrying ballot boxes to the Sungai Chua Industrial Park in Kajang en route to its Putrajaya headquarters on April 8, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said today.

The opposition leader showed reporters a photograph of what appeared to be two ballot boxes, wrapped with what he said to be a polyester material, stamped with the “SPR” logo as proof, alleging that they had been transported in a Pajero to Jalan SC 2. SPR is the Malay acronym for the EC.

“I want an explanation from the SPR. What game are they playing?” Anwar told reporters at the PKR headquarters here today.

He also pointed out that PKR had done another analysis of the electoral roll and found that 28,593 registered voters are designated as Indonesians, Filipinos, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis which, he said, are countries with a huge number of workers in Malaysia.

He said the majority of these foreign voters will be voting in Sabah, Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.

“Sabah alone has 15,907 registered foreign voters, mostly Filipinos and Indonesians, and Selangor has the next highest number with 4,324 foreign workers,” he said.

“What is even more disturbing is that 16,589 of these foreign voters are assigned with the Sabah ‘kod negeri’ even though they are from Indonesia or the Philippines,” he added.

Anwar highlighted that the parliamentary constituencies in Sabah with the highest number of foreign voters include Silam, Kibaran, Kelabakan, Putatan and Tawau; and in the peninsula, Gombak and Ampang.

He said what was worse was that 42 foreign voters from the Philippines, Indonesia and Pakistan are registered as postal voters in the army and the police force.

“I’m not aware of any army personnel who are either Filipinos or Indonesians,” he said.

Anwar has also accused BN of bribing voters with gifts, cash and cash vouchers ranging from RM50 in Penang to RM1,000 in Sabah, saying he had the video evidence to prove it and would be releasing it in the coming days.

“BN is so worried that they will lose and are desperately bribing voters,” he said.

He appealed to all “legitimate voters” to come out and vote in the May 5 general election.

“Do not let those who have corrupted our electoral system to steal democracy from you,” he said.






Such cases must be reported officially to the Conference of Rulers who appointed the EC. If need be the EC must be sacked immediately. Such naughtiness and dishonesty should not be tolerated by the peace loving Malaysians. Going to courts will not help because the laws are written to protect the manipulators and not to protect the democracy

The nation will rise and there will be chaos if the election result does not have integrity and when people do not trust the result due to EC playing cheat.

So, Pakatan and Bersih MUST ensure minimal to no cheating from EC this time round.

Anwar, we are seeing the GE13 literally stolen in front of our eyes from what you have told us!!
We know this elections present the rakyat with the best hope for change !!!
Yet if you and your PR colleagues cannot come up with effective strategies to counter the cheating and bribing being done so openly, I fear the war is lost.

BN is trying to win by cheating with foreign n phantom voters. When results are out, BN will say PR are sore losers. The Rakyat must prevent and stop that from happening. Can we get the army to ensure a free and fair election bcos national seccurity is at risks

21 April 2013

zul kolom rare species more racist candidate produced by UMNO-BN... confident of his image, Selangor BN sweep


Perkasa’s Datuk Zulkifli Noordin believes his image does not need any repairing with any demographic in the Shah Alam race, saying he is also confident of Barisan Nasional (BN) recapturing Selangor in Election 2013.

The incumbent Kulim-Bandar Baharu MP has riled the Indian community with his comments about their faith, but he told the news portal that his BN candidacy was “living proof” of coalition chairman Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s commitment to political transformation.

“I am what I am,” Zulkifli said in a video interview uploaded in the news portal yesterday.

“It is a proof of Najib’s commitment to transform the political scenario in Malaysia, thinking outside the box. So I am the living proof of that transformation programme,” he claimed proudly, referring to his candidacy as someone not affiliated to any of the BN component parties.

The syariah lawyer and former defence lawyer for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is the first person to be running under the flag of “Friends of Barisan Nasional” in the May 5 general elections.

The decision to field Zulkifli has earned BN much criticism, not just due to his reputation as a Muslim hardliner and his position as vice president of the Malay rights advocacy group Perkasa, but also the recent controversies over his insults against the Hindu community.

In the interview, Zulkifli said Najib was brave to field a “rare species” like him in the upcoming elections and that Malaysians should appreciate that.

However, he voiced his surprise at his critics’ concern with his connection to Perkasa.

“I’m quite surprised people are so concerned about Perkasa, me with Perkasa. People never ask me whether I’m a part of of the Bar Council. I am a Bar Council exco member…” he said.

He also deflected the question of whether he was a champion of Malay rights by saying, “I am the champion of constitutional rights.”

Malaysian Indians have been especially angry by his nomination due to a video of Zulkifli referring to them as “Keling”, which they consider derogatory, that went viral recently just days after another video was released in which he questioned the purity of the Ganges River, considered sacred by Hindus, and asked an Indian trader why Hindu gods did not prevent the man’s shop from being flooded.

However, Zulkifli has said that he had made these comments when he was still a PAS member.

“We commit a lot of mistakes… During my time in the opposition, we were taught the politics of extremism, chauvinism, racism… until today. That’s why you can see as recent as about few weeks ago, one live member of PAS came out in the open admitting that they were so extreme in their politics they want to murder the former prime minister Tun Mahathir,” he said.

The former PKR man also said: “My first speech in parliament after becoming a Independent member was to admit the mistake and apologise to the people of Malaysia regardless of race and religion that I committed a serious mistake when I was with the opposition. And I apologised openly.”

Zulkifli became a BN-friendly Independent MP and critical of the opposition when he was dismissed from PKR on March 6, 2010 over a police report he lodged against Shah Alam incumbent Khalid Abdul Samad.

He also told that he was “101 per cent” confident that he would win Shah Alam against PAS’s Khalid Samad, who won the seat in Election 2008.

“After 5th of May you will see me as a wakil rakyat of Shah Alam, because I am confident of the prime minister,” he said.







Zul is part of PM plan to change UMNO/BN from within - to be more racist.

What image???

Image of a Creepy Vampire luring Malays to vote for him hehehehe....

He is hoping that all the Malays in Shah Alam are racist like him as Malays form the bulk of the voters there and he knows that he won't get any votes from the non-Malays but he just don't care. I only hope that his assumptions on the Malays in Shah Alam is incorrect.

Still so arrogant and full of confidence of himself.Confidence and reality are different issues.If Najib endorse him it does not mean the whole of selangor or malaysia will accept him.You can bet he will be the cause of non malays deserting bn along with his number one ibrahim.If he is so useful and popular with all malaysians go and tag along when other non malay bn candidates have ceramahs with majority non malay voters.See what the response will be.

You are what you are AND we do what we want to Do . We will vote you out and you detested Barisan out of power! ABU.!

Zul appeared in the YouTube video clearly behind the banner which included the date 6th March, 2013. How can he mention that the derogatory words were uttered when he was in PAS ? He was dismissed from this party sometime ago. dickhead...!!!....if there is democracy in this country give the opposition a chance explain his manifesto through tv channels like BN parties

Many independents contesting shows democracy healthy in Malaysia, says Ahmad Zahid

The emergence of many independent candidates in the 13th general election (GE13) shows that democracy is alive and healthy in Malaysia, says Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

"No matter how many candidates are contesting in this general election, ultimately it's the voters who decide who should represent them.

"But they should be smart in choosing the candidates. The important thing is to vote in Barisan Nasional (BN) candidates because if these individuals become elected representatives, they're going to help the people.

"I think we should reject (the independent candidates) because most of them are those who are disappointed for not being selected by their party to contest," he said after opening the Karnival Sukan Rakyat in Sungai Ipil, here, today,

A total of 79 independent candidates will vie for parliamentary seats and 191 for state seats in GE13.



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