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(Perak) Chicken didn’t turn up but Anwar in Ipoh on Sunday February 8, 2009

Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Democracy, Human Rights, Malaysia, Politics.

Guess who was too chicken to turn up at Yuk Choy School, Ipoh tonight?
Why so scared? Only shoes mah… And didn’t you say you had the majority?

But come Sunday night, Anwar Ibrahim, Lim Kit Siang, Hadi Awang will be in Ipoh at Himpunan Kembalikan Hak Rakyat, 9 pm, MB’s residence.

Perak-ians, ex-Perak-ians and all those who love nga-choy-kai (beansprouts and chicken) from other states, this is your chance to return to your hometown and give your support to the people of Perak who are heading the battle against the great Evil. 

A journalist present at the school told us that there were about a thousand people at the function, mainly MCA and Gerakan running dogs; 400 democracy defenders at the candlelight vigil.

The atmosphere at the school, according to the journalist, was ‘cold’. 

In the meantime, BN is still fishing. Some got offers of Exco position and RM 3 million. Others only RM 4 million. 

We’ve got the name of one of the persons fishing for BN. It’ll be a while before he can walk down the streets without shoes, knives and other things raining on him. 

MACC – where are you when you are most wanted? Doing your filing and sniffing for cows? Pah.



1. pohyee - February 8, 2009

Ha ha ha… Chicken didn’t turn up but all the frogs jumping like roasted pigs right??? All black face and just like sudah HANGUS sebab lompat melompat salah masuk OVEN!!!

2. bbc - February 8, 2009


job done. fait accompli.

BN’s biggest contribution to nation? COMPROMISE all the vital institutions and make sure they are there to do BN’s bidding and not to uphold law and order.

3. kitsiang - February 8, 2009


Kita sudah kalah. Perak sudah mereka punya. Jangan baling kasut. Nanti orang lain baling terompah sama kita.

4. Joseph Chieng - February 8, 2009

Yes, UMNO is behaving like a daylight robber as usual. Shameless people who only talk about integrity when the very coup they executed in Perak lacks integrity and blatantly dishonest. Looks like the people need to kick them out of Parliament, next election so they cannot raid the treasury to cling on to power by hook or by crook. What is illegal to the majority of the people with common sense and decency can become legal just by their pronouncement of legality.

Umno cannot change. The only way they can change is for the existing tainted UMNO leaders to resign including Najb en bloc and start with a new crop of technocrats. Otherwise any talk of change will only be talk only.

KU LI is right. They will be kicked out of parliament next election including the BN if they ignore fair play in Perak by not resorting to election as a means of fair play which is the wishes of the majority of the people in the nation. Maybe PKR can conduct a referandum in Perak and see which way the wind blows

5. tony - February 8, 2009

MCA and Gerakan members and supporters are running dog? what about PR members and supporters, running dogs to anwar? Guessed it depends on which side you are on? anyway I think its unbecoming for a state exco to used words like this.

6. K.C.Cheah - February 8, 2009

If u believe in Karma, then Hee Yit Foong who suffered her handicap of polio-attack this life, is a result of her bad karma in her previous life. She’s probably did the same thing in that previous life by betraying the people then, as she did now. Thus her bad karma this life, and the same bad karmic result. maybe even worst, in her next or future lives.

The same goes for the rest of the ‘katak’s and the corrupted in UMNO and BN.

7. wandererAUS - February 8, 2009

Talking about shoes, Mongolian Nagis with his despicable act has given Abdullah a golden pair of shoes for his farewell gift! A PM leaving office at the bottom of the ladder in decency!
A mongrel with a chicken heart you mean, Elizabeth. A typical example of a tyrant is ex-Iraqi president, when corner, he behaved like a ‘RAT’ hidding in a hole. This to-be-tyrant in Malaysia is no better but, be prepared more dubious events to happen.

8. Michael Tan - February 8, 2009

UMNO can never change because majority of the division leaders are contractors for government jobs. There will be no job for the devision leaders if they were to change. How are they going to survive with job? The one and only way to change UMNO is through the RAKYAT. Please send a strong signal in any by-election or in the next general election.

9. Ipohkia - February 8, 2009

All Perakians,
Turn out in numbers, show the BN goverment how strong is peoples power.Make more tombs at the round about for Najis and Zambry, who is a muslim and mamak and address him as a Malay, a pendatang like me. Please all who read this message, go to Malaysia Unplugged Uncensored article by Art Harun, he is right and interprete the constituition right. HRH Sultan arse will be on fire.
By now I believe he only gain respect from all BN kaki ampu’s, I believe 75% of Perakian loose respect for the Sultan. PR will be back soon. The Ong Kau Cheun has play with fire according to info’s spreading in villages especially Kanthan in Chemor, Hee Yit Foong is only a clerk by qualification, nothing professional in her, what competence she has, can’t evn speak simple Bahasa Malaysia but wants to be in the EXCO team, she must be dreaming, she taught she is playing near the lonkang when she was small. Even the villages does not want to sell food the her parents , becaus eof her evil deeds the parents suffers, already a polio victim still have evil thoughts.
Again here tonight please all Perakians, please turn out in big to support PR GOVERNMENT.

10. yumcious - February 8, 2009

I think it is premature in to say Umno/BN will be kicked out next GE, when what we really want to see is a change in Umno. Let’s be honest about it, the PR people tarred with the same broad brush of the three defectors “memang tak boleh di harap juga” — present company excepted.

In the next few years, if BN can steer the country to greater economic heights, then people will think they are the next best thing to slice bread.

So, our next GE will hinge on the United States, not on ourselves. Ironic, isn’t it?

11. MyDeskBlog - February 8, 2009

Money politics at its dirtiest at work. UMNO can’t change for sure. Are these the reforms reflecting Pak Lah’s legacy? Say bye bye and leave us with s**t. Literally.

I was there at Yuk Choy with my digicam ready to shoot any shoes sailing across the hall. But too bad, someone’s yellow. Including the newly self appointed MB. Chicken s**t.

12. shankar - February 8, 2009

Wonder if the royalty is UMNO? If they were lawmen before, what happened?

13. Samuel Goh Kim Eng - February 8, 2009


It’s not so easy to play both judge and jury
Any wrong decision will bring forth people’s fury
With so many wrongs still waiting to be properly buried
It’s not so simple to see real justice being openly carried

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 080209
Sun. 8th Feb. 2009.

14. OO - February 8, 2009

Ipoh is particularly quiet this 8th Feb Sunday morning. Roads leading to Sultan’s Ipoh palace and MB residents are barricaded by FRU and police. Last night, surprisingly, JUSCO area which normally sees busy weekends is traffic-jam-less at 8pm.

Gerakan, MCA are putting their heads on the chopping board for the frog-supported MB.

Ong Ka Chuan usually hikes Kledang hill on weekend for exercise. As a keen hiker, I see him occasionally and exchange nods. Friendly dude and has no trouble mingling with fellow hikers around Menglembu/Jelapang. No offense but this Sunday onwards, I doubt he’ll dare to go hobnobbing around in the quiet jungle trails of Kledang.

15. Bluekinetic - February 8, 2009

all agencies under BN rule will not function properly because they are controlled by BN for thier own interest. From Perak incident, look like we can’t put hope on Sultan as well. What people can do is coming any By election and GE 13, people has to use their vote wisely for better Malaysia and Malaysian. Pls don’t support BN who has ruining our nation day by day. BN cronies becoming richer but Malaysian or Malaysia getting loser.

16. Jerry - February 8, 2009

Eli, if the majority of the Perakians wants a by-election, pls ask PR to mobilise the raykat to seek the Sultan help to grant his subjects wishes by putting up banners with names and I.C. of all those in support of a by-election all over Perak. This will help the Sultan realise that he has made a incorrect earlier conclusion.

17. ROOOOO - February 8, 2009

byelection they cannot win,now they used new tactic ROB TO WIN

18. Katak - February 8, 2009

1) Hee mentioned that one of the reasons she quit DAP is because the 2 DAP cousins have sidelined her and would not be fielding her for the next election. It sounds like being able to stand for election is very important to her. I just wonder if BN would really field her for the next election, or as many suggested, her political, social, family and personal is all over.

2) With PRs MPs leading protests and thinking with their heart instead of their head, I am concerned that they would all be rounded up and sent to Kamunting. Then, the people’s voices in Parliament would be silenced. Please be rational and not emotional. Pls read RPKs article entirled “What More to Say?” at http://mt.m2day.org/2008/content/view/17783/84/

19. Tan Ah kah - February 8, 2009

Don’t be too sure about next GE. With time – 4 years – a lot can happen, e.g. create phantom voters and re-draw up constituencies, etc.

Also don’t forget, apart from money (tons opf it), new PM also got Army, police, ISA, EC, C4 and now DERHAKA on his side. Formidable resources, what?

20. Sad woman - February 8, 2009

Sad sad sad………. KU LI is right. They will be kicked out of parliament next election including the BN if they ignore fair play in Perak by not resorting to election as a means of fair play which is the wishes of the majority of the people in the nation. Long wait!!!!
Our future will be gone before the next election. ACTION FAST PKR!

21. Tony Gaspar - February 8, 2009

Thank God, we still got bloggers like you. I’ve stopped reading the weekly column of pious writings by a Dato’ in a Sunday newspaper. For all his anti-corruption talk, his acceptance of the new Perak regime shows his willingness to compromise corrupt and unethical practices by the ruling regime. As the saying goes, if you can’t fight them, join them.

22. Pratamad - February 8, 2009
23. Chong - February 8, 2009

Blah Blah and Blah!

Where were you when your own party people accept Bota? Serves you right!

24. Connie Ng - February 8, 2009

I am surprised and not too happy with the way this topic is written.
I did in past read your blog. Dear Elizabeth, I do not think you do discard your educated, civilised way of articulating your point of views.
Calling names like chicken, running dogs and inciting people to rain shoes, knives on the person soliciting cross overs is unnecessary.
Pakatan must also ask yourself, why is RM3mil sufficient for a cross over? Why are members of your team so cheap? Perhaps Pakatan’s ideology and management still rethinking?
Where is your shadow cabinet? If Pakatan is to be held in esteem as a via alternative, start working NOW.

EW: Since when did ‘zhou go’ become unbecoming? The world has changed.

25. Bravo12 - February 8, 2009

His Balls got C4ed … so where got balls .
and this Najis gonna be the next PM of Msia …
God save Malaysia !
So the kataks oso dare not showed up , only Balls carriers like Ah Koon there wanting to polish C4 balls but too bad … no chance !

26. telur dua - February 8, 2009

He is absent due to shame more than fear.

Imagine, a shameless person finally know what shame is. Maybe there is hope after all, Insyaallah.

27. Connie Ng - February 8, 2009

The world has changed. UMNO was once a respected party made of intellectuals (cikgu) and thinking men who acted and behaved like leaders. In the 1980s to 2000s, UMNO attracted lacklustre businessmen seeking contracts, funds and grants. In 2001, an UMNO leader told me that the intellegent, thinking people join PAS. See where it leads UMNO today? Even UMNO people are ashamed of their own party.

There are segments of society (esp.in your consituency) who are beyond bread and butter issues. We weigh between abandoning the country or stay in hope that we live to see the return of statesmen-like (women) leaders who are inspiring, charismatic to lead the country to a first world mentality of balanced power play. Street fighting, corruption, indecisions and uninformed decisions, stealing MPs and Aduns and name calling are not what we look for in choosing leaders, be they from any party or royal households.

28. Maizul - February 8, 2009

Economi sudah teruk tapi masih ambik berjuta juta duit rakyat untuk beli adun.Betul-betul paria.Kalau PR kalah dengan cara gentlemen.Memang PR akan terima.Tak macam BN. BN memang tau dia orang tak boleh nak singkirkan MB begitu saja. tapi dia orang buat juga. paria tak paria cara BN ?
Macam buat wayang adun bota/adun barua. lompat sini lompat sana. tak bermaruah. one word we all can give him. PARIA. Badua UMNO.

29. lord - February 8, 2009

Hallo, what’s with the cows? I got 100 black goats. Can get contract or not?

30. Samuel Goh Kim Eng - February 8, 2009


People will surely remain calm
When they get the right balm
Secured in their opened palms
Beneath the swaying green palms

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 080209
Sun. 8th Feb. 2009.

31. paloi - February 8, 2009


government not all about economic and progress. some would love to see government with integrity. not all people just love to keep on money and money to be rich.

32. bbc - February 8, 2009

thats the hallmark of a chicken!

immigration records deleted. his personal security head is protected from the need to testify. special police force charged with C4 murder. arms deal commission. Port Dickson affair.

Hey, this fella is a real teflon. Nothing sticks. But, he knows the people of Perak are not with him this time round. People of Perak, kick Hee and the two goons out first. That will neccesitate a bye-election. Then, we ensure that Najib loses big in the by election, just as in Permatang Pauh and Terengganu.

Hallmark of a chicken. Cant win, despite all the advantages. So, use backdoor tactics no matter how unsavoury. Typical UMNO mentality.

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34. y3 - February 9, 2009

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35. y8 - February 9, 2009

“He is absent due to shame more than fear.

Imagine, a shameless person finally know what shame is. Maybe there is hope after all, Insyaallah.”

36. bl - February 9, 2009

Hi all,
All PKR ADUN & MP must watch the Mandarin movie HERO.
Instead of killing the Emperor(in this case the party /govt),and turn the country in chaos,the people suffer,the assasin did not kill the the Emperor for his own revenge and personal happiness
when opportunity arise.He was buried as hero by the Emperor later.
By the same situation,just because some unhappiness with party,and for her own material comfort ,happiness or revenge, she kill the Perak State PKR Govt.Now the Perakian suffer.
She could be having physical happiness with all the material wealth in this lifetime,but the mental suffering (see she smile in any media photo?) and the people curse and swear(possible from own relative) rocket at her and her immediate family in this lifetime and many lifetime.
She could be Heeroine but now Heechicken (name read from Chinese media) ..
* The BEnd may twist and use this argument asking the people not to overthrow the govt.But in this siituation,the overthrowing is not by singular person but the aspiration of the majority of voters for their own better future.The Emperor mentioned unified China and Chinese language,built the Great Wall to protect Chinese from babarian invasion.ie looking after country interest.But the BEnd look after his own personal interest.I would rather be ruled by a Dictator king looking after the country and people interest rather than by democractic govt where the politician looking after his own pocket

37. socratestes - February 9, 2009

The People’s Fury

Dedicated to would-be frogs everywhere:

Remember this day, the 6th of February
A day of shame that will go down in infamy
Call it Black Thursday to friend and foe
Perak is silver but has none of the glow

This day tyrants and traitors overturned the boat
Tear gas and batons were more important than votes
The Sultan agreed and the deed was done
The BN proclaimed a great victory was won

Through ways that were ‘fair’ though what this means
Is that money counts more than the people’s screams
And that the mighty can take whatever they can
And that the weak must surrender in silence to them

So do not forget and never forgive
Keep this with you for as long as you live
And do more than just hope that justice prevails
Prepare to achieve it with tooth and nail

38. Ipohkia - February 9, 2009

Hello Connie Ng,
You sounds very cultured, but by critisizing Eli what can you contribute to change her way of expressing her opinion. At least she has the guts to say it out. Connie you can write as nice as you can to please the BN the blogs , nobody will stop you. You seems want to be the Miss Kuan Ni Ma to let people see as a holy lady who does not write unwanted words adresses. Stop bullshitting.
I deal with this BN arsehole for the pass 15 years until the current PR government came into pictures. This government is good, effective and has done alot, only lacking is effective and good leader is needed. It’s only 10 months, please give them a chance.
Connie, sorry for not being polite to you but you have to accept the new landscape change in life daily, if you cannot change and adapt you shall go back to Afghanistan, I think Eli is not wrong and she will continue to do her good work.

39. freeperak - February 9, 2009

More Malaysians should raise their voices to fight for the freedom of Perak against political oppression. The right of the people of Perak to chose their own state government must be restored immediately.

“Free Perak!” – an online newsletter dedicated for this purpose.

40. sunwayopal - February 9, 2009

They should now ask Mohd Nizar to fight for the Bukti Gantang parliament side.

Imagine the peoples victory if Mohd Nizar wins.

This will be a slap in teh face of the Sultan and Barisan Najis.

Not uncommon to have MBs also as MPs.

Khalid Ibrahim and Lim Guan Eng to name just 2.

Mohd Nizar for Parliament.!!!

If Mohd Nizar wins, this will b a real slap in the face of people like Najis Razak and all those blind waiving Daulat Tuanku idiots and if Mohd Nizar wins, we have the moral standing even for the Perak state assembly.

Pls pls ask Perak PAS to nominate Mohd Nizar for parliament.

You need to do it.

41. orange - February 9, 2009

what’s wrong with calling a spade a spade? running dog, chicken, etc are just words or labels to describe something or some people appropraitely. nothing offensive or not sophisticated about those words, unless one were to think like connie who is a superficial cow riding on a high horse.
and tony – do you even know what running dog means? it’s not about taking sides, it’s about betrayal. then again, maybe it’s all the same for your kind.
btw, hee is lucky she was not caught out to be a running dog in the 1940s or she would have been strung up onto one of those lampost along the kinta river bridge and gutted like a sow.

42. Connie Ng - February 10, 2009

Sadly, my message is lost on some. My point being not to put our energies in name calling and low level street fighting. I am urging Pakatan politicans especially the lights of learned people like Elizabeth to take a leadership stance or a play leader like role. To have a clear and strategic plan to take on the BN government not just a series of disjointed tactics and reacting tricks like chasing low class politicians all over Taiwan. Fire the imagination of the citizens of Malaysia that there is a Pakatan alternative shadow cabinet. Revist your political ideology and reassess your own people so that the mission and souls are not sold at RM3million a piece.

43. alan - February 10, 2009

RPK also calling spade is spade.


Tuesday February 10, 2009
RPK: Anwar, Kit Siang and Hadi should quit

PORT KLANG: Blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin has called for the resignations of three senior Opposition leaders for the loss of the Perak Pakatan Rakyat government to Barisan Nasional.

Pakatan de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang and PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang should resign and accept collective responsibility for the loss, he said at a Chap Goh Mei celebration at the Kuan Soon temple grounds in Pandamaran here.

When asked whether it was a leadership crisis, he said it was just bad leadership, with bad decisions and the three senior politicians were out of touch with the people on the ground.

“It is time for them to stop the blame game. Move aside and give the position to the younger generation that are more able.”

44. TD - February 10, 2009

Look at it this way: Its a short term gain because any fool can see what the long term effects will be. The only unfortunate result right now isn’t so much that PR has lost its right to “reign” over Perak, but more of the loss by the people of Jelapang etc of their elected representative. See it anyway anyhow, that woman isn’t going to show up to provide competent service to her constituencies anytime soon.

From another perspective, do you think the defections could have been more the result of months and months of physical and psychological threats against those elected representatives and their families than the lure of money?

45. James H. - February 17, 2009

I am born in KL, but consider myself a Perak-ian since my dad’s family is still in Ipoh. I am truly disgusted with how Bee End is behaving lawlessly. Also, seems that UMNO cronies can just demonstrate anywhere at anytime without a permit and you won’t get arrested.

Truly an Evil Empire. Perak will be their downfall… just wait.

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