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    Malaysian Politicians - Arrogance per se

    Have anyone ever realise how arrogant the way some politicians carry themselves.

    Sometimes they behave worst than gangsters... they become aloof and unapproachable... like as though we owe them reverance and respect...

    If only they realised that they are there because of our votes and their so called promises... then they refuse to budge from their post and positions.

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    you is talking about semi value yes?

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    do something about it in the next election...

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    LSLY is a pre-requisite qualifications for many BN politicians OK? Those who have nothing in the head must show off so that people think they got liao mah.



    ( shiit...can get banana for lsly ahh? )

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    Quote Originally Posted by trex92
    do something about it in the next election...
    most of us do... but most is not good enough...

    furthermore, the sh!tty part of the election - we are given the chosen candidates shafted in our faces by "supreme councils" and not chosen by the people per se. These candidates lobby within their own circles and next thing you know, this benial, smiling, patronising God-only-knows-who is standing for election....

    go figure...

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    Elections after elections we vote for the same arrogant monkeys. Some have been around for more than 20 years. These are the same monkeys we are griping abt now. Who is to blame?....When elections comes, our memory of the wrong doings vanishes cos of their sweet talking and unbelievable promises..so far how many have been arrested for corruption since the last election??..where is the clean government that Pak Lah promised.

    Ah!! the same story day after day we all are bombarded with these sorts of belly ache and gripe in blogs, forums, media, write ups and so forth...so boring lah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski
    Elections after elections we vote for the same arrogant monkeys. Some have been around for more than 20 years. These are the same monkeys we are griping abt now. Who is to blame?....When elections comes, our memory of the wrong doings vanishes cos of their sweet talking and unbelievable promises..so far how many have been arrested for corruption since the last election??..where is the clean government that Pak Lah promised.

    Ah!! the same story day after day we all are bombarded with these sorts of belly ache and gripe in blogs, forums, media, write ups and so forth...so boring lah.
    Let us remind each other before the next election. Then each one of us forumers remind/speak to 10 voters around us..... hopefully, the chain will then go a lonnnng way even into the kampungs The politicians reading this blog will have to be on their toes from now on, if they want to survive the next election

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmony
    Let us remind each other before the next election. Then each one of us forumers remind/speak to 10 voters around us..... hopefully, the chain will then go a lonnnng way even into the kampungs The politicians reading this blog will have to be on their toes from now on, if they want to survive the next election
    Haiya .. then they just pull off one of these stunts again lar :
    1. Voters get their records transferred to the rolls of out of state constituencies
    2. 257 voters' names using your dead German Shepherd's doghouse address as their contact address in the electoral roll
    3. 17,960 unreturned ballots as per Kuala Selangor in the last elections (mysteriously hilang or ppl take home as souvenir?)
    4. 98.39% voter turnout as per Kuala Terengganu ala Saddam Hussein's re-election
    5. Find some excuse to convict some "dangerous" opposition politicians so that they cannot qualify to stand
    6. Amend the Elections Act at the eve of Nomination Day to make the statutory minimum for campaigning to 3 days
    7. ... and the list goes on ..
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    Well said, Bob.

    Stop complaining about the government. Change!
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    Question

    Quote Originally Posted by trex92
    do something about it in the next election...
    hmmm....is that really possible ???

    1.)vote abc = bn
    2.)vote lmn = bn
    3.)vote xyz = bn
    ....
    ....
    ....
    15.)... = bn
    ..
    ..
    20.)... = bn



    am i right, or can someone enlighten me where is my error


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    Quote Originally Posted by USJ27Resident
    Have anyone ever realise how arrogant the way some politicians carry themselves.

    Sometimes they behave worst than gangsters... they become aloof and unapproachable... like as though we owe them reverance and respect...

    If only they realised that they are there because of our votes and their so called promises... then they refuse to budge from their post and positions.
    One of the things I do not understand about Indian community in Malaysia is since all Malaysian know semi value is doing more harm to the Indian, how come there is no...no nothing happen? I mean at least some revolt lar, a new Indian party coming out lar, or indian community group together and somehow defend themselves.

    How come...nothing happen ah? please advise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmony
    Let us remind each other before the next election. Then each one of us forumers remind/speak to 10 voters around us..... hopefully, the chain will then go a lonnnng way even into the kampungs The politicians reading this blog will have to be on their toes from now on, if they want to survive the next election
    The 'blinking idiot' would probably say something stupid like " yunno sir, in the next election... your area will no more be covered by my contituency, so now I cannot help you... "

    Hello... ! if that is not a stupid thing to say... I don't know what is... but there is this idiot that said this very same thing to me before the last election. If I wasn't gobsmacked - I don't what to describe it then....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wAISEKMAo
    One of the things I do not understand about Indian community in Malaysia is since all Malaysian know semi value is doing more harm to the Indian, how come there is no...no nothing happen? I mean at least some revolt lar, a new Indian party coming out lar, or indian community group together and somehow defend themselves.

    How come...nothing happen ah? please advise.
    Kayveas has done it. Pandithan is trying.

    As for PPP, it's more of a multi racial thingy, an in between. Pandithan is going for an all out all indian channel. That being the reason SV has put a block from IPF being a component party.

    Bottomline, MIC would be the only party representing the so-called Malaysian Indian. What jampi he has got on the PM's only God knows!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wAISEKMAo
    One of the things I do not understand about Indian community in Malaysia is since all Malaysian know semi value is doing more harm to the Indian, how come there is no...no nothing happen? I mean at least some revolt lar, a new Indian party coming out lar, or indian community group together and somehow defend themselves.

    How come...nothing happen ah? please advise.
    Here's a list of existing Indian based political parties :
    1. AMIPF : All Malaysia Indian Progressive Front
      Registered in 1990. Applied unsuccessfully to join BN since 1995 due to objection from a particular BN component party after withdrawing from the Gagasan Rakyat coalition.
    2. KIMMA : Kongres India Muslim Malaysia
      Registered in 1977 and deregistered twice (1978 & 1998) but has since been re-registered. Applied unsuccessfully to join BN since 1991 due to objection from a particular BN component party after withdrawing from the Gagasan Rakyat coalition.
    3. MCC : Malaysian Ceylonese Congress
      Traces it's roots from the Selangor Ceylonese Association founded in 1900. Reorganised in 1958 as the Malayan Ceylonese Congress and had representation in the Dewan Negara until 1981. Not a member of the BN and is not listed in the Elections Commission website as a registered political party.
    4. PPM : Parti Punjabi Malaysia
      Registered in 1982. Applied unsuccessfully to join BN due to objection from a particular BN component party.

    Here's a list of non ethnic parties with a large Indian representation :
    1. PPP : People's Progressive Party of Malaysia
      Registered in 1953 as the Perak Progressive Party and reorganised in 1956. Joined the BN in 1971 and captured it's first seat in the Dewan Rakyat since 1978 when the president M. Kayveas won the Taiping constituency in the 2004 election.
    2. PRIM : Parti Reformasi Insan Malaysia
      Led by activist lawyer P Uthayakumar, the party has been refused registration to date.
    3. PSM : Parti Sosialis Malaysia
      Active among the working class community, especially among the rural Indian working class, the party has been refused registration to date.

    The lists above are not exhaustive, I think .. but the trend is pretty clear. MIC insists on holding the monopoly of representing the Indian community within the BN coalition and all other parties, save PPP, have either been barred from joining BN (which ostensibly require a consensus from all component parties to accept new members) or been denied registration.

    Anyone else feels that MIC doesn't seem to act like a feudal warlord?
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    couldn't a person like say, lord, stand as an independant? Of course, he will have to play the racial card to win lah...I mean if it is so v susah to reg an all-indian politico party, then start as independants and who knows what a bunch of independants can lead to, no? Or am I being really simplistic & blur & stupid in this politico bolehland?

    yang amat blur sotong lato tupai

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