Posts Tagged ‘general election’

Badawi Says: Judge Us

December 4, 07

That’s right, folks! Our PM asks us to weigh and judge for yourselves how well you think our present government is being run.

And if you don’t like it, by all means DO NOT listen to our Deputy PM who would rather we vote for his political party no matter how worthless a job it’s been doing

NOw get out there and vote your (dis)satisfaction!

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From The Star 4 Dec 2007:

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PM: Judge us by level of progress brought to the people

PUTRAJAYA: The country’s progress and development have benefited all Malaysians and no one should be hoodwinked because it is there for all to see, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said. 

“Society, be it the Malays, Indians or Chinese, will gauge us by the level of progress and development we bring to the people irrespective of race,” the Prime Minister said, adding that Malaysians could not be taken for a ride (diperbodohkan) by anyone. 

He said the people would use the nation’s level of success and progress to judge how serious the Government was to further develop the country and maintain peace and harmony. 

Taking strong exception to the allegations made by the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf), he said the nation’s level of success was the key element to ward off the group’s “wild and insane” claims. 

Referring to the Hindraf’s allegations that the Government was carrying out ethnic cleansing and had committed atrocities against Indians in Malaysia, Abdullah said the group had gone overboard. 

“It’s hard to believe such claims. If we have been doing what they claimed, then there will not be peace and harmony, or political stability in the country,” he said at the monthly gathering of the Prime Minister’s Department here yesterday. 

Abdullah said he did not believe any level-headed Malaysian would believe such claims, “but there are those who are gullible enough to believe them and act according to their emotions.” 

He reminded police to do their best to stop such wild allegations from spreading. 

The outrageous claims made by Hindraf had angered all Malaysians, including level-headed Indians in Malaysia, he said. 

“I did not say that we have done everything. There are still poor people among us and we have managed to reduce the country’s poverty level from 50% to 5.7% within the past 50 years,” he said. 

He said while the Government was determined and committed to eradicating hardcore poverty by 2010, others seem bent on causing trouble for their “narrow political motives”. 

“This sort of chaos should not be happening in our country,” he said. 

The Prime Minister noted that the successful development efforts in Malaysia would invoke confidence among the people that the Government was serious in undertaking initiatives to develop the country for the well-being of the people of all races. 

Abdullah said that while police dealt with street protestors who were out to create chaos in country, civil servants must continue to improve the public delivery system and carry out all the planned development programmes speedily.  

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The country’s progress and development have benefited all Malaysians and no one should be hoodwinked because it is there for all to see, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said.

That’s right, it’s very clear to see who is receiving the benefits and who is being denied a fair share. Do not be hoodwinked by anyone, by any political alliance, by any Government Enslaved Media (GEM) spin.

“Society, be it the Malays, Indians or Chinese, will gauge us by the level of progress and development we bring to the people irrespective of race,” the Prime Minister said, adding that Malaysians could not be taken for a ride (diperbodohkan) by anyone. 

Let us gauge the level of progres afforded/allowed to us by the present administration. Let us not be diperbodohkan by anyone. Let us voice our heartfelt opinion in the coming general elections.

He said the people would use the nation’s level of success and progress to judge how serious the Government was to further develop the country and maintain peace and harmony.

That’s right, we shall use the state of the nation to judge whether the Government has been developing the country fairly and maintaining peace.

Check Your Malaysian Voter Registration

November 27, 07

MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER

Check your voter registration and area at http://daftarj.spr.gov.my/

Check who your candidates are at http://resultpru13.spr.gov.my/module/penamaan/laporan/laporan_6/laporan_6.php

Due to cases like:

Go to http://daftarj.spr.gov.my and input the Mykad numbers.

And more!

Bersih 3.0

Bersih 3.0

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Are you registered to vote? Check it out at  http://daftarj.spr.gov.my/

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Voting in the upcoming general elections is the best way to influence change in this country for the better – not Bersih rallies or HINDRAF rallies (despite how impressive they may be and how over-reactionarily the government responds).

So if you don’t like how the current administration has handled things, is handling things, and plans to handles things in the future – vote them out of power.

The Barisan Nasional powers-that-be know that they’re privileged position is precarious. They even ask us not to vote for the Opposition even if we’re unhappy with the ruling party.

Do you need any more reason to get registered and get out and vote than a quote like that?

PS. Check who your candidates are at http://resultpru13.spr.gov.my/module/penamaan/laporan/laporan_6/laporan_6.php


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