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Batu Talam (3) January 16, 2007

Posted by elizabethwong in Democracy, Malaysia, Note2Self, Politics.
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Which ‘cott‘ did you not understand, ‘boy‘?

I didn’t realise we were speaking in Greek.

See also Boon Hui’s ‘Ghost’ Story.

(More tonight)

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1. kepalaotaklu - January 16, 2007

Why Ng Chee Pang, (thin blur sotong) want to run in batu Talam state seat as an independent candidate, he said to the entire Malaysian media:-
“I…er… like to contest…lo.”

His father Ng Kwi Lin had his own reasons.

“I want to bring business for the people of Batu Talam, if there is a contest, more people will come here,” said Kwi Lin (fat blur sotong), who is also DAP Pahang treasurer.

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I think he means, the Ng family will get more business and 20 hectares land; DAP will get eternal gratitude from UMNO.

Very tu-lan. Tonight we must sotong goreng.

2. Mahmood Abbas - January 20, 2007

DAP is not part of the Barisan Alternatif led by PAS and comprises of only PAS and PKR, two Islamic parties. Lim Guan Eng himself has said DAP left BA as it is an Islamic front and the BA-led Kelantan government advocates murdering murtads and BA Menteri Besar Nik Abdul Aziz enacted anti-murtad laws. A murtad is a non Muslim as apostate Muslims are non Muslims, and so DAP as a Socialist party cannot be part of BA.

When PAS and PKR (collectively BA) boycotted the Batu Talam election and perhaps the 2009 general elections, they do it in the capacity of BA party. DAP is not part of this boycott.

This is why DAP candidate Ng Chee Pang contested ignoring BA decision to boycott to show there is no such thing as an opposition nor opposition unity. There are 3 political parties with 3 different ideologies, BA, BN and DAP.

3. Rikey® - January 23, 2007

This is amazing!

A small election in Batu Talam district suddenly became a Celebrity event to capture the hearts of the Voters. In the name of charity to help the ‘not-so’ flooded victims there and to strengthen the ruling party’s chances at this very small election, the Beauty came to help the Beast instead.

Funny thing is Batu Talam is NOT the disaster area unlike Bukit Tinggi in Johor!

The urgency for the Beauty to show up at the call of the Beast to provide more pulling power to convince voters in the name of Charity. But the Charity should be at Bukit Tinggi! Why didn’t the Beauty go there instead if its really about Charity? Simple answer is the Voters are at Batu Talam.

http://wattahack.blogspot.com/2007/01/beauty-and-voters.html

4. Rikey® - January 27, 2007

Money Politics? David vs Goliath? RM100k vs Rm3k?

Could an Unemployed man stand for election without money?
Will an Unemployed man stay clean and noble when being place in a position to govern and make policies and avoid greed and money?
Or will it be just another (Raub) Klang Palace in the making?

On the eve of polling, Star Metro takes a closer look at the two candidates and how they stack up against each other.

Name: Abdul Aziz Kiram
Age: 47
Date of birth: Oct 16,1960
Place of birth: Kampung Batu Malim, Raub
Marital status: Married
Academic qualification: MCE

Occupation: UNEMPLOYED! (formerly field assistant with the Special Affairs Deparment)

Party position: Raub Umno division secretary and Pahang Umno Youth treasurer
Social activities: Raub Smallholders Co-operative chairman and Batu Talam sports community club acting chairman

Mode of campaigning: From door-to-door, public talks to community gatherings, fully-backed by Barisan Nasional component parties

Allocation spent: RM100,000 (estimate)

(FAMILY? FRENS? SUPPORTERS? SURELY FROM THE GOV COFFERS! WHICH MEANS OUR TAX MONEY! WHAT ABOUT HE’S OWN? CANNOT BE CAUSE HE’S UNEMPLOYED!)

Name: Ng Chee Pang
Age: 22
Date of birth: Jan 22, 1985
Place of birth: Mengkarak, Bera
Marital status: Single
Academic qualification: SPM

Occupation: TRADER

Party position: None (independent)
Social activities: Not known

Mode of campaigning: Door-to-door and supported by family members comprising father Kwi Liang (campaign manager), brother Chee Fu (photographer) and not more than 15 supporters

Allocation spent: RM3,000 (estimate)

MONEY FROM WHERE: (HE’S OWN? FAMILY? FRENS? SUPPORTERS? SURELY NOT FROM THE GOV COFFERS!)


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