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Apr 9, 2009

April 7: Another Date to Remember

Rakyat have spoken fourth time in a row, after March 8 General Election, Permatang Pauh, Kuala Terengganu by-elections and this time in Bukit Gantang and Bukit Selambau. Malaysians want changes. BN itself need to reform if they desire to regain popularity among Malaysian. There are no rooms for race-based politics in Malaysia. Thousand of promises are yet to be fulfilled, people feel cheated by BN's administration after tired of waiting for decades.

BUKIT GANTANG ELECTION VICTORY FOR NIZAR PROVED THAT PEOPLE STRICTLY REJECTING THE "BACK DOOR BN GOVERNMENT OF PERAK"

Money and machinery definitely can’t buy the voters. BN will lose, and will in the end lose everything, until it responds fully and sincerely to the peoples demand and rejects racial policies. BN’s leadership remains in denial. Loyal members of BN feel they are on a sinking ship. They can sense that no future for BN in Malaysia anymore if they not going to reform. The presence of Mahathir even can’t change BN’s fate. It’s another prove that BN’s massive defeat in the next General Election are unavoidable.

YOUNG PEOPLE GET OPPORTUNITY UNDER PAKATAN RAKYAT ADMINISTRATION

BEING THE YOUNGEST CANDIDATE NOT STOPPING S MANIKUMAR TO BE THE STRONGEST

Barisan Nasional lost 2/3 majority in parliament and 5 states to Pakatan Rakyat in General Election. Multiracial Bukit Selambau voters sent another clear message to Najib showing that Malaysians are not happy with his premiership too since Pak Lah also failed to deliver previously. BN must bring changes to the people immediately before people of Malaysia work together to change them in next General Election. Malaysian regardless of race and religion pushed the racial politics and policies away and welcomed equal and balance future for coming generation.

TUN DR MAHATHIR (A MAN WITH NO PRINCIPE), LOST HIS POPULARITY AND RESPECTS FROM MALAYSIAN

Pakatan Rakyat is now widening the score to 4-1 lead over Barisan Nasional. I wonder whether they are BN still can be the last minute winner of the struggles if there are more by-elections in near future.

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