Photos: PRK Kajang Election Day Experience

24 03 2014
The best PRK Kajang poster.

The best PRK Kajang poster.

Yesterday morning, we drove around Kajang to see what’s happening on the election day of the N25 Kajang seat.

We shouted words of support to the BN teams of supporters whenever we saw them waving BN flags by the roadside.

The BN team waving BN flags.

The BN team waving BN flags.

It was fun, we put on the BN T-shirts that were given to us as we drove and somebody gave us a BN flag that my sister waved from inside the car.

PRK Kajang - election day.

PRK Kajang – election day.

As my father drove slowly and we were shouting, “Hidup BN” to the BN team, a BN supporter threw me a BN t-shirt from across the street to my car window and they shouted happily when I managed catch it.

We even got a BN umbrella, BN caps and even three kangkungs and shouted of foul words from the PKR supporters!

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PKR members bring kangkung everywhere, I guess PKR members love kangkung so much that they can’t live without it.

I was very excited to see the BN’s candidate, Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun talking to BN team by the roadside.

She and the BN team waved at us excitedly when they heard us shouting, “Hidup BN!” and waving the BN flag from our car.

Sadly, we did not stop so that my sisters and I can’t take a photo with her.

A woman wearing a hat.

A woman wearing a summer hat, maybe she was not given a PKR cap by her father.

By the way, we passed Nurul Izzah as she walked to meet the PKR team wearing a summer hat.

Though my father can’t vote for he is not a Kajang resident, but it’s fun giving support to the BN teams who worked very hard under the blazing sun.

But at the end of the day, it is very sad to see that the people of Kajang are supporting nepotism that is freely practised by PKR and its allies, PAS and DAP.

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Who Is Racist?

23 02 2014

Who are actually racists?

Below are some tweets by Pakatan Rakyat’s DAP Hannah Yeoh: 

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Pakatan Rakyat, an unregistered political alliance whose leaders and supporters always accuse UMNO as racist may not be too happy after BN announced Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun as the candidate for the Kajang by-election.

Below is a Facebook statement by a Pakatan’s supporter :

Click to enlarge (Image credit to Pisau.Net)

Click to enlarge (Image credit to Pisau.Net)

Look at what was written in the above red box; now who is talking about race?

My point is, Pakatan would accuse UMNO as racist if the BN’s candidate for Kajang is a Malay because Kajang’s seat used to be MCA’s; but when BN chose an MCA’s candidate, Pakatan made a racist remark that UMNO is scared of MCA.





SUARAM’s Candlelight Vigil – Who Actually Supports RACISM?

16 05 2013
The above photo was from Generasi Pejuang Bangsa.

SUARAM’s candlelight vigil at Esplanade, Penang. (The photo is from Generasi Pejuang Bangsa/ GPB).

Suara Rakyat Malaysia’s, (SUARAM) Candlelight Vigil was held at the Esplanade in Penang on May 13, 2013.

(sejarahmelayu.blogspot.com/2013/05/hot-melayu-pr-ppinang-engkar-fatwa.html)

I would like to say three things about the above picture:

  1. There is a man wearing Muslim attire in the photo  Didn’t he knows that Muslims should not join Candlelight Vigil?

  2. The candles on the ground forms the sentence, “TOLAK RASISM!!!” Who are they referring to?

  3. The second banner from left says; “APA WE MAO? Bersih Lah” Why did they use the word ‘MAO’ when they should know that the right word in Bahasa Melayu is ‘mahu’; so they actually humiliates the Malays, especially when the word ‘Mao’ is synonym to Mao Zedong, a communist leader from China.

GPB wrote that:

“Turut hadir beberapa anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN), termasuk (Sungai Puyu) dan Dr Afif Bahardin (Seberang Jaya).”

I am sad to see Muslims who do not understand that Muslims cannot take part in any Candlelight Vigil activity and PAS who supports SUARAM does not care to warn the PR’s Muslims about this.

(e-fatwa.gov.my/fatwa-kebangsaan/hukum-penglibatan-orang-islam-dalam-aktiviti-candlelight-vigil)

And in referring to them using the word ‘MAO’ instead of ‘mahu’, I want to ask SUARAM, now who are the ones who are actually racist?

It is easy to say bad things about others but it is hard to admit our own mistakes and for SUARAM, they are always perfect and like all the PR leaders, members and supporters – BN is never right and they would try to blame BN for whatever mistake that they ever made. 

 Muzakarah Jawatankuasa Fatwa Majlis Kebangsaan Bagi Hal Ehwal Ugama Islam Malaysia Kali Ke-88 yang bersidang pada 2 Oktober 2009 telah membincangkan Hukum Penglibatan Orang Islam Dalam Aktiviti Candlelight Vigil. Muzakarah telah memutuskan bahawa:

  1. Islam melarang umatnya daripada terlibat dalam apa jua amalan yang bersifat ritual atau upacara agama bukan Islam.

  2. Umat Islam dilarang menyertai aktiviti Candlelight Vigil kerana ia mengandungi unsur-unsur tasyabbuh dengan agama bukan Islam yang akan menjejaskan akidah umat Islam.





Barisan Nasional Wins GE13/ Barisan Nasional Menang PRU13

6 05 2013

Barisan Nasional (BN) had won simple majority at 12:50.





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5 05 2013

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GE13:Should BN Politicians Who Are Not Chosen As Candidates Support PR?

18 04 2013

Barisan Nasional’s leader, Yang Amat Berhormat Dato’ Sri Mohammad Najib Bin Tun Abdul Razak has announced the BN’s candidates for the coming 13th General Election.

I’m sure that the chosen ones are happy to have been chosen but I’m not sure if all of the BN’s politicians who are not chosen as candidates are happy for their teammates and will still work hard for the party during the campaign period.

It is a pity that when this happens, there are politicians who had not been nominated as candidates will sabotage their teammates and even vote for the oppositions as a revenge.

That is indeed a very bad thing to do and they will not gain anything by doing so.

Imagine what will they feel if others do that to them later and what will happen if the oppositions win the election.

And when that happened, sometimes BN lost in the election as in some cases during the 12th General Election.

But some politicians are very selfish and only think about themselves; not their party, the people or their country.

Before the nomination day, they told people that the oppositions will destroy the country and when they are not chosen, some will talk bad things about BN, sabotage their teammates or campaign for the oppositions or even join the oppositions parties together with their supporters.

Of course they must be sad because they feel that they have worked very hard and done very well and deserved to be nominated as a candidate but adults always tell children like me, we cannot always get what we wanted.

As I wrote earlier, revenge won’t bring any good to the party and politicians must be faithful to their party if they think that their party is the best to lead the country.

My advice to those politicians is to work hard for BN as if they were the candidate themselves to make sure that BN wins in the coming general election.

Maybe in the next general election, they will be chosen as candidates and the candidates whom they helped before, will campaign and vote for them.

As the idiom says, ‘a friend in need is a friend indeed’.

Sometimes I wanted something from my mother and she promised to give it to me the next day but something happened and I only receive them months later.

I was sad and sometimes I complained and I cried but my mother keeps on telling me that but Allah knows better what is the best for me; and for the same reason Allah knows best why things happened the way they happened.

Maybe there will be certain problems that will happen that the other person cannot face or solve but the nominated politicians could.

We should be thankful to all the things that Allah gave us and understand that Allah is always watching us.

It is good enough to be a politician and be able to work for the country; in fact one can still help others even if one is not in power.

After all we cannot get everything in this world just for us alone; so please be an honest and responsible politician.

Stop doing silly things and stop behaving like little children, remember, there’s no fool like an old fool.

That is why we should not vote PAKATAN RAKYAT!

Vote for BARISAN NASIONAL!





GE13: Pakatan Rakyat’s Empty Promises

14 04 2013

The opposition parties gave all kinds of sweet promises to gain the supports from the voters; even when some of the promises are impossible for them to fulfill.

The video below shows some of Kelantan’s PAS Government’s empty promises and black lies 🙂

Do they care to fulfill their promises?

I don’t think so, because as PR Selangor says, “Manifesto Bukan Janji”.

JANJI_DICAPATI_PR

That is why we should not vote PAKATAN RAKYAT!

Vote for BARISAN NASIONAL!








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