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(GE12) BN ups psywar March 5, 2008

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Someone made a comment re Chandra Muzaffar – ‘it’s alright if you sell-out, but don’t be made a tool of BN’. One must expect more riff-raffs to come out of the woodwork in these last couple of days of elections.

Anyway, there’s a VDC being distributed to Malay Muslim voters, which tells the story of the conspiracy of Jews and Western powers whose agents are Anwar Ibrahim and all leaders of the Opposition – and issues such as the Interfaith Commission, other Opposition issues and even BERSIH – the coalition for free and fair elections, are in fact part of the *BIG* Jewsih plot.

Get a life, guys.

Among all the politico-celebs, one non-leader stuck out like a sore thumb – ME! (Hahahahahaha!) But I have to thank Umno/SB for promoting me to their ranks and using a nice photo 😀  I must be doing something right re: Inter-faith dialogue, freedom of religion and free, fair elections.

Below is a statement by Dr. Syed Husin Ali:-

Criticisms prove Anwar and KeADILan on right track

The increasing attacks by the BN-owned media towards Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim clearly demonstrate that his message of hope for a better Malaysia is resonating with an exponentially increasing number of Malaysians.

Barisan Nasional (BN) is well aware that the ideals we and our associates in the Opposition are seeking to uphold are irrefutable and are recognised by ever more Malaysians as a better vision for the future our nation. BN is thus now seeking to draw attention away from issues that are pressing to all Malaysians by focusing on a feeble attempt by feeble individuals to smear the reputation of one man whom they fear.

To Dato’ Seri Anwar’s credit, the best agents BN could come up with for this task were individuals whose history of political flip-flopping raise serious questions about their credibility. Some are now raising objections that they had a moral and in some cases legal obligation to raise while inside KeADILan many years ago.

The timing of these statements that are continuously highlighted in the BN-owned media unfortunately raise serious questions as to each accuser’s motives and integrity.

Charges that Dato’ Seri Anwar is anti or pro any particular ethnic group are also indicative of a BN that is unable to make up its mind. Umno insists that Dato’ Seri Anwar has become pro Chinese or Indian and anti Malay, while MCA, MIC, and Gerakan charge that he is pro Malay and anti Chinese or Indian.

These discrepancies clearly show that KeADILan is on the right track. If our opponents can simultaneously brand us as being both pro and anti Malay, Chinese or Indian, it conclusively shows that KeADILan is a party that is in fact anti-racism and pro-Malaysian.

I have known Dato’ Seri Anwar personally since he was a student in University Malaya during the period I was teaching there and can bear witness that whatever his choices throughout his political career, Dato’ Seri Anwar has consistently stood for the rights of the downtrodden and for integrity in public office.

The failure of BN to produce any more credible critics or criticism than the disgruntled few thus far produced is a clear indication that both Dato’ Seri Anwar and KeADILan, unlike BN leaders, have no skeletons in their closets and are offering a viable, dyanmic vision for a safer, more united and prosperous Malaysia.

Dr. Syed Husin Ali
Deputy President
Parti Keadilan Rakyat

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1. malayamuda - March 5, 2008

If Bodowi has forgotten Anwar and if Anwar is a non issue then why has 2 pages of NST today been dedicated to Anwar. Bad Press is also publicity sometimes.

I’m sure tomorrow they may get a few more irrelevant morons to speak about Anwar.

The Rakyat will not be swayed………

2. Malay Women in Malaysia - March 5, 2008

Hi Liz..

U wanna see BN’s version of worldwide psywar? Follow my link and see just how desperate they are at the moment!

3. Firdaus Omar - March 5, 2008

yeah

4. Wisdom above - March 5, 2008

…The increasing attacks by the BN-owned media towards Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim clearly demonstrate that his message of hope for a better Malaysia is resonating with an exponentially increasing number of Malaysians…

..These discrepancies clearly show that KeADILan is on the right track. If our opponents can simultaneously brand us as being both pro and anti Malay, Chinese or Indian, it conclusively shows that KeADILan is a party that is in fact anti-racism and pro-Malaysian…

Very clear & explicit exposition.

Syabas. Barisan Rakyat.

5. Damocles - March 5, 2008

We know the BN stooges for what they are!
Especially the so-called Editors and writers of the so-call mainstream news media controlled by them.
All these people have sold their souls for dough!
They are so stupid that they even get on the Internet bandwagon to criticise the opposition because this is one media that they cannot control and we KNOW what these soulless people have been doing to the country.
The only voters they seem to be able to convince maybe those who are not Internet savvy.
In this respect, I think that the opposition parties could do well to spearhead offensives into such territories even after the election to let such voters know that the short term gains offered them are of dubious quality and are made to enslave them to the BN – it simply isn’t worth such gains!


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