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Mar 28, 2009

Problematic MIC

Again and again MIC leaders are troubling and exploiting Malaysian Indian for their own political purposes. This time, they used a Tamil school in Skudai, Johor Bahru holding their official state meeting on March 8 2009 in the school premise. The meeting even officiated by Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister department SK Devamany. AS a deputy minister, he should be aware of the laws and regulations. SHAME ON HIM! Read here- Johor MIC lambasted for using school for politics

PARENTS AND CONCERNED CITIZEN HOLDING POLICE REPORTS AGAINST MIC LEADERS

Other than the shameful incident, 'computer classes' also held in the school every weekend for MIC members. RM30 charged for per person for the classes by the school administration. SHAME ON YOU MIC AGAIN! Facilities in schools are for students not for MIC members. If even it held in every weekend, the classes suppose to be held for students.

A lot of scandals haunting MIC leaders since decades ago, MAIKA, MIED scandals and Sujatha murder case still fresh in Malaysian Indian's mind. They come up with another case. Do you think Malaysian Indian need such a corrupted, scandalous, problematic MIC leaders? Can these kind of leaders direct them to a better bright future for generations to come?

Actually, MIC get the peoples voice, but they purposely ignoring them. If they refuse to change, Malaysian Indian will completely 'kill' and 'bury' them in the next general election. Just wait and see!

Mar 27, 2009

Support Earth Hour


At 8.30pm to 9.30pm on 28 March join millions of people around the globe and switch off your lights to show that you care about our living planet. It's as simple as a flick of the switch.

Earth Hour began in Sydney in 2007, when 2.2 million homes and businesses switched off their lights for 1 hour. In 2008 the message had grown into a global movement, with 50 million people switching off their lights from Sydney to San Francisco and from Times Square in New York to the Colosseum in Rome.

For the first time in history, people of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds have the opportunity to use their light switch as their vote. By switching off your lights you will be voting for Earth and showing the world that we need to take action.

2009 will be a crucial year in the fight against climate change, leading up to a major UN conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, in December. It will be here that world leaders will come together to agree on a new global climate deal that will replace the Kyoto protocol, and define how we deal with climate change in the future. For more details, please visit- http://www.earthhour.org/

TOGETHER WE CAN CHANGE THE WORLD!

Mar 26, 2009

He Deserves Respect from All Malaysian for this Cause



The statements above delivered by Pak Lah today during Umno general assembly. He admit that he had done not enough to the Malaysian. Read here- PM: I'm sorry for my shortcomings. For this cause, its nothing wrong if we allow him to stay as PM and give him more time to complete his task as a Prime Minister.

He should stay as PM to deliver his promises. At least until the next General election. What you think? We must admit that none of the Umno ministers or leaders has apologies sincerely to the people for the weaknesses and imperfections before this. Pak Lah is the one who break the record of the arrogant Umno leaders at the every first time. A salute to Pak Lah!

Mar 25, 2009

Keris Again... What does it Actualy Means?

I still remember Hishammuddin Apologised to non-Malays as well as Malays over the brandishing of a keris (Malay dagger) during Umno's general assembly year ago. But he did it again this year, Keris seems like appear again in Umno general assembly today.

The education minister had raised the keris during the Umno Youth assemblies for the past three years, claiming that it symbolised Malay supremacy and Umno's role in defending that. After the youth wing's annual assembly last year, he had also defended his actions, calling the keris a symbol of strength. I'm just wondering that is there no other material or tools to represent 'strength'?

Reject 'Malay supremacy', the time is now for UMNO championing all Malaysian. They should have learnt it right after the massive defeats in the march 8 GE. The days of being racial champions are over. Stoking up the racial fire will not deliver votes, please wake up.

I don't think the unsheathing and brandishing of the dagger is part of Malay culture. I think my Malay friends do not do it in our daily life or during any ceremonial functions. And I had never seen such action so far. It is outrageous that he does it despite the criticisms. He is being insensitive and irresponsible to all Malaysians.

ANOTHER YOUTH RACIST IN THE MAKING?

HISHAMUDDIN IN PREVIOUS UMNO GENERAL ASSEMBLY

WHAT HAPPENED TODAY

HISHAMUDDIN WITH KHAIRY

HISHAMUDDIN IS NOT THE MALAY RULER TO RAISE, WAIVED, OR KISS THE KERIS! AM I RIGHT?

Mar 24, 2009

Scenes from P59

Last Sunday, I visited Bukit Gantang. The area is one of the three constituencies that having by-election at the same time on 7th April 2009. Even before the nomination and election day, I can feel the heat of the campaigns. The main contesters-BN and PAS supporters have started their battles through party's flags.

During the visit, there are complains from some local residents who frustrated with the road construction works which cause heavy traffic jam in the area. Look at some pictures that I have taken during my visit to Bukit Gantang.

ON THE WAY TO BUKIT GANTANG

IN KUALA SEPETANG (ONE OF THE THREE DUNS IN BUKIT GANTANG)

A PAS SUPPORTER'S CAR

MASSIVE TRAFFIC JAM DURING ON THE WAY TO TRONG (ANOTHER DUN IN BUKIT GANTANG PARLIAMENT)

IN HEAVY TRAFFIC FOR HOURS

ON THE WAY BACK THROUGH CHANGKAT JERING TOL

Mar 23, 2009

Independent Candidates may Increase the Winning Prospects of Barisan National

S MANIKUMAR AND S GANESAN

Several numbers of independent candidates who come forward to contest in Bukit Selambau by-election make the way tough for Pakatan Rakyat to retain the seat. So far, the independent candidates those vowed to contest mostly their backgrounds are from opposition parties. Probably opposition’s votes are divisible by the candidates.

Let’s do some calculations, if 5 independent candidates contesting, each candidate gained at least 500 votes or more. Just imagine how much it will affect Pakatan Rakyat’s prospect of winning. We can witness the split of more than 2 500 votes.

Days before, Ganeson (former Lunas assemblyman) announced as BN candidate, and then Anwar Ibrahim announced S Manikumar as Pakatan Rakyat representative. Right after that, they are a small group PKR members voiced out dissatisfaction against the PR’s choice, claiming that he is not a ‘local’ candidate. So the independent candidates may take it as another grounds to fight for the seat.

Samy Velu said Ganesan is a worthy candidate while Anwar fielded a new fresh young candidate for the battle. And they will be facing several numbers of independent candidates in Bukit Selambau. Whatever the politicians doing, the decision is in Bukit Selambau voter’s hand. Let’s see what’s going to happen then.