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(GE12) Nominations through February 24, 2008

Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Democracy, Malaysia, Politics.
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In the Subang (P107) constituency, all Opposition candidates got their nominations approved. 🙂 It’s all straight fights in the state seats (Kota Damansara, Paya Jeras and Bukit Lanjan) as well as the Parliament seat.

The morning was not without the usual Election Commission nonsense. At the freshly painted green gates of the multipurpose hall, MBPJ Bandar Utama, we were refused entry initially. Apparently, the candidates, proposers and seconders all had to have name tags with a photo for ID purposes (and not all of us were given that).

No photo, no tag, no entry,” claimed an EC guy.
Isn’t MyKad enough? Is it not an ID?” I shouted.
You’re denying our democratic right to file our papers????” exclaimed one of the nominators.

One of the candidates just about had it. He told them to consult their superiors inside, since we too had already called the EC in advance about this, and were told, ‘no problems’.

“If you still refuse to open this gate, we will bring it down,” he said, pointing at our 500-odd noisy crowd of supporters. My darling parents who had come down from Ipoh, looked a little worried.

A minute, the EC officer scurried over to us and allowed us through.


The highlight inside the Nomination Centre was when the PAS candidate (Paya Jeras) objected to his opponent’s nomination and produced photographic evidence of shocking abuse of Selangor state facilities. The BN chap had opened his Operations Room in a KEMAS centre!

(KEMAS is the community development division of the Ministry of Rural Development)

Needless to say, PAS’ objection was dismissed.


Tonight – Ceramah @ Paya Jeras – 9 pm with all Opposition candidates (near Econosave, Sungai Buloh)


1. yh - February 24, 2008

lodge a report to EC for abuse of govt facilities!
but then, this EC is under a person by the name of ra-shit. he has clearly tell the whole world that only BN can rule this country. you think he will act? expect more shit from this ra-shit.

2. wattahack? - February 24, 2008


3. Abdullah - February 24, 2008


Our prayers are with you. I admire you a lot and I hope you win. The battle is not easy but there is nothing for granted and dignity has its price. You represent us.

4. victor chew - February 24, 2008

all the very best to you. i will always vote for BA. to all you voters out there, don’t listen to govt propaganda,- vote BA. for your childern’s future.

5. wattahack? - February 24, 2008

do u have a campaign fund? where to contribute to?

6. Wisdom above - February 24, 2008

>> ‘ paid Deposit using his personal cheque ‘ allowed ?

>>Since when SPR can legally allow payment of Deposit with a personal cheque ?

PAS legal advisers must file ‘election writ’ to disqualify BN candidate.

More technicalities..

>>Mind you, in a number of other cases where the BN candidates were alleged to have balls-ed up with their registration forms, ‘twas only the ‘returning officers’ who saved them, in many cases not even providing any reason to the opposition why their objections were overruled and the BN candidates’ forms accepted. The Boleh-decisions 😉

In one case Malaysiakini reported that PAS candidate Dr Lo’ Lo’ Mohd Ghazali (for Titiwangsa) objected to the nomination of BN’s Aziz Jamaluddin Mohd Tahir on the ’suspicion’ that Aziz’ statutory declaration did not contain the required stamp duty payment.

hahaha – EC chairman Abdul Rashid has been too clever by half.

It seems Aziz Jamaluddin also contravened election laws when he allegedly “paid his deposit with a personal cheque”. Cek calon BN di sahkan Bolehwan lah! hahaha

But the Election Commission officers – led by returning officer Che Yahya Che Soh – refused to allow the PAS team to go through Aziz’s nomination papers to verify the claims.

Che Yahya said he received directions from his superiors to the effect neither candidate are allowed look through the other’s nomination papers. What he probably meant was PAS couldn’t look at BN’s papers to see if there were indeed errors, like no stamp duty being paid 😉

Very dodgy lah. But mind you, this is BN Boleh Land.

>> Please at all costs traced what personal cheque nos. for ‘election Writ’ to disqualify BN candidate. Later replaced with a ‘backdated bank draft’ or by ‘Cash deposit’ with ‘backdated KEW38 resit’?

7. Wisdom above - February 24, 2008

Read comments at your…

(GE12) SPR tries to trip the Opposition..

What SPR did to you , is small by comparison.

SPR , they also did worse to other candidates from ‘Barisan Rakyat’ all over the country.

See Keningau case, totally blocked, came late, & got disqualified ?

Horrible, terrible , vegetables….

8. monsterball - February 24, 2008

Bravo Liz!.Fearless to the last moment..never afraid of these orang hutans….shamefully call themselves Muslims.
A religion is not something to fool around with….yet Pak Lah introduced
a modern Muslim Malaysia to the world.with tear gases.water cannons and ISA treatments.
These are not true Muslims.per se….but orang hutans…as M.Besar of Kelantan called them ….cowards……cunning and cruel…..hiding under controlled police and legal system force …with their money in UMNO’s bank…stolen from the public…. such a filthy rich party …to do their dirty jobs with STOLEN money.
MONEY should be UMNO’s God…inspired by devilish Mahathir and accepted by all UMNO members.
So if those pro UMNO members… who really want to be noble and have principles in life…should not be afraid to vote against their party for their children and the country.
It’s never too late to realize the truths.

9. Libra - February 24, 2008

Oh that abuse is rampant. I saw some government vehicles on the road to night. What else could they be doing?

10. Wisdom above - February 24, 2008

A real brave ‘Patriot’.

An 89-year-old grandmother … , an independent candidate for the Kuala Terengganu parliamentary seat.

Possibly the oldest candidate in the 12th general election, Maimun Yusuf .

The divorced grandmother of seven said she had attempted to stand for elections four times previously, but didn’t qualify because of technicalities and a lack of documentation.

>> “I want to right the wrongs and bring down the price of essentials,” she said in her thick Terengganu Malay accent.

I believe she can be a better MP than the BN Umno MPs .

She talk sense, straight to the point , from rakyat’s hearts.

How about vote her into Parliament.

11. OD - February 24, 2008


The PKR website is down – bandwidth full.

People want to attend ceramahs but they need to know when and where.

I hope the opposition can quickly set up at least a blog that lists ceramahs daily all over the country

12. Free Malaysia - February 24, 2008

Fight those UMNO-BN crooks.

13. peisheah - February 24, 2008

Go for it! I vote Barisan Rakyat!

14. Hakkamui - February 25, 2008

All the best, Elizabeth. It is a tough and winding road ahead, take courage!

15. budak malaysia - February 25, 2008

Well! This Paduka Yong Dai Yin is just another zzzzz on her job and couldn’t get things done. It’s time to boot this slothful gaji-buta holiday tourist so that she could join her previous boss Babbler Lim.

This Padukaka Yong obviously has been in politics for too long and is complacent in her job. She by now should be loaded so there is not much motivation for her to slot like shit for the rakyat in Bukit Lanjan. She only cares how much money she could make from the obsequious billboards and the misappropriation of lands in her constituent for her cronies.

When comes to the livelihood and complaints by the people in her constituency, she is only patronizing.

Do we want a race based state representative who pretend superficially championing the cause of the voter but paradoxically plundering our wealth big time blatantly with impunity? How much money has she made from the LDP toll? We want transparency and accountability. We want to see the Toll’s operator account’s book. Else kick her out and let our auntie Elie does the job.

The Gerakan Lim’s Dynasty has plunder the wealth of the nation and it’s time to boot all these corrupt Gerakan traitors and send them to Sungei Buloh!

Now she wants to be elected again? Dear auntie Elizabeth, please help us to help you, so that together we can send her to join her boss, the king of babbler.

N.37 Bukit Lanjan (25,550)

1. Datin Paduka Yong Dai Ying (BN-Gerakan)

2. Elizabeth Wong (PKR)

Malays: 31.8% Chinese: 52.8% Indians: 14.7% Others: 0.7%

*2004: Yong Dai Ying (BN-Gerakan)

Total voters: 20,104 Turnout: 14,907 Majority: 8,339

Hon. Yong Dai Ying is a Member of the State Legislative Council of Malaysia. Ms. Yong is an elected Member of the Central Committee of the Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia (PGRM) and previously served as Deputy Speaker of the Party. She has held various post under the Women’s Group of PGRM including Treasurer and Vice Chairperson of the International Committee. Currently she is the Deputy Chairperson of the Women’s wing.

Yong Dai Ying should start to lead the charge to expose more wrong-doings of the council

There is still time for another CNY fiesta

16. Wisdom above - February 25, 2008

Christians called to vote wisely.

It is ’structural decay’ to the core in administrative RULES & REGULATIONS.
Ministerial Power never & not exercised in compassion & love.

Take land conversion as a cited case.

After buy & fully paid for the land,& also engaged a registered Town Planner
to submit for conversion of land- use to build, it get rejected again & again…

State Religious authorities objected left & right.

In KL, Pusat Islam reject land conversion without reasons.
Dukacita dimaklum , ‘Keputusan muktamad.’
Official Application file closed.
Re-apply again, ‘chasing after the wind.’

So everything left hanging & the congregation can only ” fast & pray “.

See controversies in Sandakan, Sabah . Very strange politic ..
Ex Chief Minister of Sabah have to sue the state Govt. for permission to build ?

…’if you apply for a land or apply to convert a piece of land for non-Muslim religious use, you’ll face insurmountable problems from the local authorities.’…

However, in Sabah & Sarawak , when the Bumiputra ‘Voters’ applied for Church land, the State Governments willingly granted them vast & big piece of lands to built their churches , topped up with free Big Government Grants to build too.

The Local Sabahan & Sarawakian also get their lands to built their temples .

Sabah & Sarawak are Blessed States.
Over there, Sabah & Sarawak ‘Love their peoples’.
Their political parties are ‘100% united and strong’.
Can you imagine what will happen if Sabah & Sarawak quit & left Ruling BN Govt ?

Where is the Ministry of Minority Affairs answerable to Parliament?

An honorable hardworking Subang Jaya state assemblyman, have failed to request for the creation of such a Ministry as a positive resolve .

I believed, YB SJ tried, but your BN counterparts rejected YB SJ proposal.
So YB SJ keep quite because YB have no say.

YB SJ wake up only later ,to … ‘ responding to a statement by incumbent Seputeh MP Teresa Kok that churches in MPSJ need to show concern about the municipality’s draft local plan.’

YB SJ also forgot …’Kok said most of the churches were unaware of the draft local plan and it was now “too late” to submit their objection as the objection period was over.’

Syabas, back to square one.

This ‘chasing after the wind’ is termed as ‘government protocol’.

The “Lord of Hosts” will answer at His timing.


17. berubahuntukmalaysia - February 25, 2008

EC people nothing else better to do meh? Tak Lain Kerja buat? Vote for opposition for a better future! If you all want your future generation to suffer then i got nothing better to say!
I am only 25 and i know what it means for our future to take out the corrupted government. If i can think that way, why cant you all?

18. PRITAM SINGH - February 25, 2008

you see bn is special no law can touch them, there is 1 set of law for us no law for them

19. anak perelih - February 25, 2008

in Shah Alam, since day 1, BN used TADIKA KEMAS as their operation centers… and at Section 8, PAS had made a complaint… not sure about sec 6 and others as I’m now in Perlis….

20. multidimid - February 25, 2008

There were tense Moments at REMBAU Nomination; FRU Separated the crowds from opposing camps led by SIL Khairy Jamaluddin & Badarul Hisham respectively; SIL also supported by Mother, wife Nori & witnessed by Foreign media. More details & pics at
plus 2min 51s Budak Nakal Khairy Jamalluddin Bull Shitting into Rembau
= == = == = ==
One of the fiercest electoral contests is in Kelantan, which has been controlled by PAS since 1990, making it the only one of Malaysia’s 13 states not run by the National Front. Several hundred opposition members chanted ‘Allahu Akbar’, or ‘God is great’, as PAS’ spiritual leader, Mr Nik Aziz Nik Mat, filed his nomination. For
MORE PICS & Video – Malaysian 2008 Elections; 222 Parliamentary & 505 State Seats; BN won 9 seats Uncontested; PAS won 1 with Rival Disqualified; Darlings on Nomination Day – Nurul Izzah Anwar & Roselinda Abdul Jamil at
plus Kepala Patas (Abdullah & PAS Subri Mohd Arshad) & Rembau pictures (Khairy & PKR Badrul Hisham); Batu Seat (Tian Chua & Lim Si Pin)

21. simon - February 25, 2008

Well half the chinese and 80% of indians vote for our Liz and she wins by a majority of 500 to 1000 votes in a fair and transparent election.

Colllllllect …..corrrrrrect ….collllrrrrect

well get ready to pocket your allowances and put a badge on your car.

22. justruth - February 25, 2008

Congartulations Elizabeth. Listen to your speech at MTD Paya Jaras last night. Though your BM restricted you expression, but your deep concern from inside shone through. There is gusto inside that petite and unassuming shell.

Im sure you will do well. Once you meet the people they will see your sincerity and intention in serving your constituency. Know that when you stand, all of us stand with you, for you are the one standing for ‘rakyat’ and not ‘koporat’.

The wind of change is blowing and whether they like it or not, the gush is blowing on their faces.

I am working on the campaign team for in P107 Subang and N39 Kota Damansara. I am more than glad to help your team as well in Bukit Lanjan. Dont hesitate to contact me should you require help.

“The ideal tyranny is that which is ignorantly self-administered by its victims. The most perfect slaves are, therefore, those which blissfully and unawaredly enslave themselves.” Dresden James.

23. Raven - February 25, 2008

All the best, Eli. You can do it! Our prayers are with you.

24. Wisdom above - February 25, 2008

It is offence underElection rule & regulations.

So get PKR, DAP PAS of Barisan Rakyat tofile a Election Writ to disqualify BN Candidates.

Get photographiv evident ok?

25. Ming-Heng TAN - February 25, 2008

I would like to know the top 5 initiatives that Elizabeth have to address if she won.

EW: Dear Ming-Heng, my apologies as I’ve not been able to get online much these days.

Only 5? 🙂

At the Selangor State Assembly level, the first five initiatives that I would like to work on are:-
1) Return Local Council elections – I’m sure we have had enough of those local councillors who are unaccountable and non-transparent, who appear to work on behalf of big businesses and powerful politicians;
2) Regazette Sungai Buloh Forest Reserve and put in very stringent environmental controls to stop others from touching other green lungs ;
3) Review Selangor water privatisation;
4) Reallocation of more police personnel of Selangor into the Crime Investigation Department;
5) Stop all demolitions of temples, special permits for churches occupying shoplots and work towards a fairer and more transparent distribution of land.
And many many more!

26. kurangajah - February 25, 2008

Liz, jia u O. Never give up because you know you are fighting for a noble cause. My heart goes out to you and your family.

27. Anarchy - February 25, 2008

Go show these bananas who’s da boss.

28. Juan - February 25, 2008


Thanks for your reply on my comments on the Paya Jaras gathering. Hope to meet you soon too.

In the meantime, let me provide you some feedback from the ground, so that you and Sivarasa can plan the campaigns effectively.

Feedback 1:
My dad, a retiree (69 years old), had been actively talking to people in Sri Damansara and Desa Jaya, Kepong. Frankly, most of us were BN supporters in the past, particularly during Tun Dr.M’s time. But surely NOT now for all the injustice, corruption and incompetence under the Sleepy Pak Lah’s administration. Being the Chinese old folks, they tend to be more familiar with DAP as the main force of Opposition. They don’t really know Keadilan nor you nor Sivarasa.

Feedback 2:
My dad attended the CNY gathering, organised by Yong Dai Ying, at a Chinese school in Desa Jaya, Kepong, on 17 Feb. The first event was presenting ang pows to Indians, members of Gerakan, MIC and PPP! What a greatest show on earth!! What about the poor Indians in the estates?! If I’m not mistaken, Bkt Lanjan has about 14 to 15% Indians, who may just make a big difference in the election outcome. That’s probably why Yong is now planning for more of such vote-buying gimmick through handing out of money to the Indian community! As if by doing so, it can uplift their well-being in the long run!! Why now?! What did she do all this while when she was the DUN rep?! Hypocritical business-woman who has only her own business interest at heart!!

Feedback 3:
My friends in Sri Damansara and Bandar Utama may have heard of Sivarasa because of the Lingam’s tape. But they are not familiar with you at all. I believe folks in Damansara Damai, Damansara Perdana, Mutiara Damansara, etc, are not too.

Feedback 4:
Yong Dai Ying had been courting 2 big resident associations (RAs), namely Bandar Sri Damansara RA and Bandar Utama RA. She’s arranging for the new Subang MIC candidate Murugesan to meet the RAs. But trust me, don’t waste time with these RAs because they don’t really represent the residents. The committee members represent more of themselves than the residents. So much of the corrupt regime! And, Yong had been paying lots of lip service to the residents. Just like Pak Lah, take feedback and then SLEEP on them! But some RA members are disillusioned by this so-called wakil rakyat, who is a MD of an IT company! That is why today, the Bandar Sri Damansara RA, where I live, is disintegrating. Even their website, http://www.bsdra.org, is no more available and in fact, is up for sale! In other words, most of us have nobody to represent us now.

To make my feedback constructive, I’d like provide some suggestions:

Suggestion 1:
Through Keadilan and PAS reps in the areas mentioned, organise some Meet-The-Rakyat sessions for what I call a Keadilan’s “Familiarisation Programme”. Put up public notices and/or house dropped leaflets to inform the residents.

Suggestion 2:
Feel free to speak in English in affluent areas such as Bandar Sri Damansara, Bandar Utama, Damansara Perdana and Mutiara Damansara. Perhaps, you can organise a meeting with professionals and businessmen and women from this areas. These people, while are inclined to vote for the Opposition, they will still want to assess the candidate first. Otherwise, they may just vote Yong again. A case of it’s better to work with the devil that one knows.

Suggestion 3:
Reach out to, especially, the Indian community, particularly with Sivarasa. Not ignoring the Malay and Chinese, of course. The Chinese, I believe made up more than 50% of voters in Bkt Lanjan. In these sessions, besides speaking in Malay, you can speak in Mandarin or Cantonese (if you can) and Sivarasa in Tamil. Trust me, Yong’s Malay is no better. In fact, your Malay vocab is better than her!

While studying Economics in the University of Malaya back in the mid 80s, I was exposed to Malay Literature. Hence, I’d like to share with you a Malay poem that I composed last night for you to use in your Ceramahs and the title is UBAH LAH! ITU SERUAN BANGSA!. It goes like this:

kepada kalian
melayu, cina, india bersama lain
Ubah Lah! Itu Seruan Bangsa!

berarak tuju arah satu
langkah semangat langkah besar
dari jiwa seruan kalbu
Ubah Lah! Itu Seruan Bangsa!

janji semua kita bersatu
laung Malaysia laung nusa
terus berjuang walau jauhnya berbatu
Ubah Lah! Itu Seruan Bangsa!

waris hingga anak cucu
satu bangsa satu bahasa
seluruh pelusuk sambutlah seruku
Ubah Lah! Itu Seruan Bangsa!

Feel free to share the poem with Sivarasa and all in your party, and use it if you want.

By the way, send my regards to Fuziah Salleh and best wishes for her campaign in Kuantan. I was her lecturer when she was doing her Univ of Wales MBA many years ago. She knows me only by my surname, Mr. Kui.

See you in Kg Melayu, Sg Buloh tomorrow night!

For change and justice,

29. tupingera - February 25, 2008

Why a state seat ??
U should be in parliament.

30. budak malaysia - February 25, 2008

You know something? This Paduka Yong and Dr. Lim Thuan Seng have one thing in common- they can’t get things done!

This Dr. Lim Thuan Seng has been with the SOS Damansara school for several years and yet the Damansara school is still closed!

Do you want to vote a government who behaves like terrorists who closes school and put people in jail without trial?

It’s time to kick all these useless warlords, thieves, plunderers and terrorists to where they belong- Sungei Buloh Sanctuaries….

31. mob1900 - February 25, 2008

All these monkey-business by EC must be doctored and recorded at all times. After GE, we’ll go after these turds in court!

32. anttyk - February 25, 2008

God bless you, Liz.

33. bamboo river - February 25, 2008

Eli, just had lunch with a buddy who is staying at Bandar Sri Damansara. He and his whole family is voting for Bukit Lanjan State and Subang Parliament.
I told him about you and he said he don’t know about you contesting for Bukit Lanjan . (Better start distributing flyers for your next venue & date for your next meet the citizen campaign!)
Gave him a long talk about you and your blog, etc. over Bah Kut Teh and am glad to say he will be going to tell his family about you.
Anyway, I will be voting for Paya Jaras State and Subang parliament. Sorry lah, my vote just missed out at the border lah. But of course, Subang parliament sit and Paya Jaras state will go to BR (Barisan Rakyat ! not bamboo river 🙂 .)

34. Juan - February 25, 2008

Amended Version:


kepada kalian
melayu, cina, india bersama lain
Ubah Lah! Itu Harapan Bangsa!

berarak tuju arah satu
langkah semangat langkah besar
dari jiwa seruan kalbu
Ubah Lah! Itu Harapan Bangsa!

janji semua kita bersatu
laung Malaysia laung nusa
terus berjuang walau jauhnya berbatu
Ubah Lah! Itu Harapan Bangsa!

waris hingga anak cucu
satu bangsa satu bahasa
seluruh pelusuk sambutlah seruku
Ubah Lah! Itu Harapan Bangsa!

35. Juan - February 25, 2008

Matilah Kau Pak Lah! I am Innocent!

Posted by Raja Petra
Thursday, 21 February 2008

By Little Bird

Kawan-kawan, there was much drama at the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder trial yesterday. Someone is trying to do a number on someone. There are no angels involved. Only devils. For a minute the case was adjourned and the courtroom almost cleared.

The newspapers were not allowed to report on what really went on. Only a portion of what happened was reported in the press. Here is The Star version:

Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda, who is being tried for abetting two policemen in murdering Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu, lost his cool on the 90th day on Wednesday. He had a dissatisfied look when his father Datuk Abdullah Malim Baginda whispered something to him before the hearing began at about 9.30am. After the proceedings were adjourned for lunch, however, the 48-year-old political analyst, surprised all those present in the High Court when he suddenly kicked and banged the door with his hands. He was also seen crying before his lawyer Wong Kian Kheong and mother calmed him down.

Before the hearing began at 9:30 am, Razak Baginda’s father had whispered something to him. This made Razak angry the whole day. Finally, about three hours later, Razak Baginda could not stand it any longer and exploded. What did he say?

Reporter friends who were there said that Razak shouted again and again, “Matilah kau Pak Lah! Matilah Pak Lah! I am innocent! I am innocent!” Then he went into a mad rampage and kicked the chairs and doors in the courtroom. Even the Judge was shocked and did not know what to do. Both the defense lawyers and the prosecution team were also all shocked.

The story goes that Razak Baginda’s father whispered instructions to his son to incriminate his former boss Najib Tun Razak. The instruction came from the Pak Lah camp. This was yet another deal they were trying to make – Razak Baginda’s life for Najib’s head. The story is that Najib is outshining Badawi in this coming general election. Najib may win big in Pahang but Pak Lah may win small or even lose his seat in Kepala Batas.

The Pak Lah camp may also suspect that Najib’s people are working in the background to embarass Pak Lah in Kepala Batas. Hence the ‘whisperings’ through Razak Baginda’s father.

The Sun newspaper carried the story, complete with Razak Baginda’s outburst. However, the Home Ministry asked The Sun to withdraw their first run which carried the ‘Matilah Kau Pak Lah!’ outburst by Razak Baginda. The Sun had to withdraw thousands of copies of their print run early this morning.

Strange things are happening in the country, folks. No angels are involved. Only devils.

36. Juan - February 25, 2008

Fellow Malaysians,

I’m sure you have read in the papers that BN parties, esp UMNO, slammed Nik Aziz of PAS for using the term “orang utan”. And, then, the DPM, Najib said that BN will never resort to name-calling or use foul or dirty language.

Just watch thesevideos, which shows Khairy talking dirty at Lembah Pantai.


Go to:
(after the main video, also click on the related videos)

Do you think Najib or any of the BN parties and cronies will dare slam this powerful political son-in-law for his foul language?

Do you want to vote for these hypocrites??

You decide!!

37. monsterball - February 25, 2008

Sorry Liz…..Please allow me to report this.
UMNO BARU’s election slogan is…”Security…Peace ..& Prosperity”…….the three things we always have in our country….being made into…”Feeling Insured…Fear…Poor”……by UMNO BARU….and we know they are trying to makan gaji buta again…if they win…….for .they will keep making the Malays feel insured.to depend on them…..create Fear with tear gas nd water cannons….and boy…prosperity..with our natural resources wealth???
DAP…..knows the their slogan is full of shit…came out with….’Just Change it!!”….inspired by ‘Just do it” …a famous sports slogan?
I think UMNO Baru will need to be clobbered…….keep fooling the public….even with their so call 9 wins…uncontested….all headline news …to program readers to think positive of them….WITHOUT telling it is from Sabah and purposely ignore the one win for PAS in Kelantan.
By the way…in last election…..UMNO BARU won 51 uncontested seats…….most from West Malaysia….and Pak Lah knew…the present 9 out of 51..is real real bad news for him.
How many more ‘half past sixes” created by Mahathir…..smart enough to say that first..to avoid public accusing him …in the first place……but this old fut have been contradicting his own speeches…with opposite actions…..so many times. So everyone knows him very well now.

38. zaharibb - February 25, 2008

all the best you you. sorry i am not voting in your constituency buck back in Kedah. Over there PAS needs me and my wife for one vote each.

39. orange - February 26, 2008

i am trying to group people to help you on election day (nat mentiond that polling centres need people ). have about 6 confirmed. appeal sent out to ex MGS mates residing in KL. very proud of you! please drink lots of wong lo kat & pop vit C to keep engine running. all the best.

40. oA - February 26, 2008


…Matilah Kau Pak Lah! I am Innocent!…


Another bn’s baloney.

Another “scripted play” for publicity.

He never stops trying to portray himself as just.

Sleepin ugly .. oh .. sleepin ugly.


41. Clara - February 26, 2008


R u in the black suit with a throwback in to the “loo foo tze” spectacles? Why U look like that?

42. pakshah - February 26, 2008

Rooting for you Liz .All the best.

43. Vincent Ho - March 19, 2008

Congratulations to Ms. Elizabeth Wong 4 your win at N.37 Bukit Lanjan.

Unfortunately, I’m saddened to read the article by ‘budak Malaysia’ who seems to bad mouth the outgoing incumbent Datin Paduka Yong Dai Ying.

Question to ‘budak malaysia’:
1. Have you spoken to her about your grouses or misgivings about the things you said about her?

2. What has she don’t to you that makes you attack her so viciously?

Comments to you: (1) LDP toll is a Federal Project n not a State/DUN project…ask the Works Ministry about it.

(2) Billboards ask the local council about it – MBPJ chairman.

(3) Which land misappropriation you talking about and cronies? (do you have the fact and prove). Don’t just shoot your mouth. Be responsible and accountable for what you say.

(4) Dont hidden behind nicknames and uses Aunty Elie to bear the blunt of your words. It’s very unkind and selfish from you.

(5) Be a man or a woman: Talk the talk and Walk the talk.

(6) If you are a resident in N.37 what part have you play in making life better at Bukit Lanjan besides condemning and staying silent (coffee talk) by the sidelines? Have you offered your services to those in need or air your grouses through the proper channel (met Datin Paduka Yong Dai Ying at her service center during her tenure)? If not, why you didnt do it?

People tend to forget about the good work of a person but remember easily small or minute mistakes. If you still have rubbish to throw at her, please do so by contacting me at 0163956183 to fixed an appointment to see her. She would much like to meet with you and have lunch/dinner/tea or coffee with you.

Thank you for your time.
Hidup BN! Hidup Gerakan!

Vincent Ho,
Special Assistant to Datin Paduka Yong Dai Ying.

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