Thursday, May 10, 2018

Supreme Sifu of Malaysian Politics

I don't think I have to wait as I believe Pakatan Harapan has won the 14th GE and capture six states, namely Kedah, Penang, Selangor, Malacca, Negeri Sembilan and Johor. Pakatan is still uncertain about Perak but the probability is high PH has won it as well.


But we need to know all election results to concretise and legalise what we believe in. I won't stay to wait for that as my chief election interests have all been announced, namely Ayer Hitam, Teluk Intan, Langkawi (wakakaka) and the Penang State. 

Needless to say, the taut tied tension in our society is electrifying. Pakatan has wisely advised its members and supporters especially those in the south not to celebrate or insult anyone, lest emotions get out of control as it did in May 1969. Keep cool,
 the new government can only start tomorrow.

Much as I dislike Mahathir and his history (and I am not the only one), it's undeniable he has been the factor that made the beachhead into UMNO's Heartland. He still has the nous, magic and the wiliness of superior politics. I have to kowtow to the Supreme Sifu of Malaysian Politics.


Lim Father and Son have finally realised their dreams. I have to admit and respect they have both attained a mighty BIG step, from Kamunting and prison to now Putrajaya. I congratulate them but on principles I am no longer their fan, though I still support other non-inner coterie DAP pollies.

Mahathir will now become the new PM and I await to see how he treats his Pakatan Harapan allies in his new government. I only hope those of us (me especially) who did not want him as PM have been wrong in our assessments.

As Khairy Jamaluddin said, "The people of Malaysia have spoken. And the people's voice is sacred. Wishing you all the best, Malaysia and thank you to all voters for carrying out your responsibility to the nation."

My congratulations to Pakatan Harapan and the people of Malaysia who voted for the change. 


45 comments:

  1. A Malay Tsunami it is. Congrats PH.

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    1. Ombak saja tu bro, kalau tsunami umno (baru) bungkus.

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  2. Hurray……

    Money spent on flights ∼ US$10k

    Transits - 4 locations spanned 3 countries

    Time spent on travelling - 23 hours w/o sleep

    Worth every bits!!!!

    Will catch up on sleep then celebrate.

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  3. I am very glad Pakatan won its mandate without PAS Talibanism.

    DAP has a huge number of MPs in the New Federal Admunistration.
    Stand up for what is right, and there is no need to kowtow to Pribumi.

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    1. How are they going to distribute the harta rampasan perang among themselves will be their first test.

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  4. can we go sleep now? bec we worry wake up next morning bn menang pula.

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    1. only if bn wins all 46 unannounced results

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  5. Fuck you la Kaytee! Stay in Australia. Make sure that you cancel your fucking Malaysian citizenship. Don't come back to Malaysia. Just like Captain Ryan Goh

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    1. wakakaka,m so says a man who traded his malaysian citizen for a singapore one

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    2. Show me the prove that you carries Malaysian passport. Fucker!

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    3. can't you spell prove correctly as proof? wakakaka

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    4. Then stay put in australia, be a stupid fucking teacher

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  6. Umno’s problems are not over yet, even after this shocking defeat. They could still be declared an illegal party because they didn’t hold their party elections. With a new government in place the court wears new eyeglasses.

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    1. I don't think that's on the priority list

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    2. I thought your priority is to commit seppuku. Do it now.

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  7. PAS rules Kelantan and Terengganu + 17 MPs. Not bad Hadi. Alhamdulillah..

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    1. Kelantan & Terengganu are a strange breed. They followed the national narrative in rejecting Benjamin, but went for PAS instead.

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    2. congratulate pas n hadi.

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    3. Kaytee....go ask pauline hanson to allow u to be her senator

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  8. Kedah and Perak - a coalition of UMNO + PAS ?

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  9. PH has made a simple majority officially, according to the Elections Commission (SPR) 103 seats for PKR + 9 seats for DAP = 112 seats - PH has won GE14.
    http://pru14.spr.gov.my/#!/parliament

    Despite my criticisms of the shortcomings of Pakatan state governments, however I am glad they won.

    How a Pakatan federal government holds together after this is left to be seen and with a slim majority, the Pakatan government is at risk of frogs jumping ship, thus reducing their simple majority to a largest minority in government, which will be prone to instability and a hung parliament, basically.

    We live in exciting times moving forward.

    CONGRATULATIONS PAKATAN! GOVERN WELL.

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  10. Najib personally will be facing multiple headaches. Auditor General’s 1MDB report will be declassified, a new Attorney General will probably re-open investigations into the 681million, SRC will want their millions back that flowed into his credit card accounts. US DOJ can openly name who MO1 is and their kleptocracy investigation can accelerate without the awkward problem of prosecuting a foreign elected leader. And oh don’t forget that Sirul in Oz can start singing, if he has a song to sing, entitled “Spring in Mongolia is beautiful” or something like that. And poor Arul, he either drops the ball on his boss or he may be dragged into the 1MDB mess himself, with criminal implications if investigations turn out that way.

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    1. I am more interested if it somehow involves this cheebye kaytee. He was almost silent on anything najib

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  11. http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/05/10/subra-accepts-defeat-says-he-might-go-back-to-medicine/

    I supporter PKR to win, for sure, but Subra is a good man.

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    1. I agree with you. Dr Subra has been one of the better MIC men, if not the best in its history. He talk3ed sense and with purpose. I rate him as of much higher calibre than any recent MCA or Gerakan leader. Sad to see him go. I wish him all the best.

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  12. The water assets resolution in Selangor, the tunnel/highway, airport expansion projects in Penang can now proceed smoothly. ECRL needs a serious re-look, study the agreement that was signed with the Chinese. BN now in control of Kelantan, Pahang, Terengganu and will have a tough time bringing up these states economically. Good luck to them. Perak is in limbo but Sabah should be Harapan's, with STAR seats. Sarawak had their state elections only 2 years ago but considering the broad-spectrum tsunami that just happened, including a mini-one in Sarawak, Sarawakians should demand an early state election otherwise an out-of-sync state-federal government will only stymie their growth. The BN controlled assembly must seek a re-validation of support, or yield to the will of the people, like the rest of Malaysia.

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    1. correction to your statement - BN is NOT in control of Kelantan and Terengganu. PAS is.

      I don't believe the central government should interfere with a BN-controlled Sarawak (or in name only as there is NO umno in Sarawak) - it'll only invoke further resentment which I reckon has been one of the factors that cause Najib to fall. Why cari pasal.

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    2. Cheebye kaytee from now onwards stop interfering in malaysia politics.

      Else show us the fucking ic.....kaytee mock

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  13. Anxiously waiting to see the popular vote totals. I suspect it will show the breadth and depth of tsunami even more.

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  14. If MCA, Gerakan and MIC remain in BN, it will be amusing to see how they participate and make themselves relevant in the state administration of Kelantan and Terengganu.

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    1. I don't mean to be cruel as I have MCA, Gerakan and MIC mates. But those 3 parties are now irrelevant and will eventually become moribund like myPPP and constant embarrassments to both UMNO and Pakatan

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    2. I dont to be cruel....i mean to be filthy cruel towards kaytee. I am waiting for kaytee to hang himself. Or bang head again the wall

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  15. My vote for the next Chairman of the PAC : Hishamuddin or Khairy. They are capable people in the wrong party. Appoint Zaid as Senator and he can be President of the Dewan Negara. Dare we say Hannah as Speaker? Wow what a thought....

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  16. KT, the infighting, finger pointing and witch-hunt that is about to begin within UMNO will tear the party apart. That might be more entertaining than watching the court / EC declare UMNO an illegal party. UMNO now needs someone who can bring the party together and really Zahid is not the man. Hishamuddin and Khairy should also be wary of taking on such a task, given how corrupt and broke the party is.

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    1. Ku Li. Let's see an 81 year old unite UMNO just as what a 93 year old did for Pakatan, wakakaka

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    2. Ku Li is a "nearly man". Always nearly but doesn't deliver.

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    3. Nah.....ku li will just join pakatan. Cheebye....you forgotten rais yatim batting for ph last 2 days

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  17. May 9 2018...the day we finally put May 13 1969 to rest..

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  18. Syabas Mahathir!

    You destroyed old UMNO and created UMNO Baru.

    You have now completed your life's work by destroying BN and creating BN Baru - complete with a Malay Nationalist wing!!!

    Syabas all Malaysians for your role in this!!!

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    1. He had been trailing by 1-2 (all the 3 goals were scored by him) for a quite number of years n yesterday he managed to equalize. What a performance.

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    2. He pulled out all the dirtiest tricks, even the Hand of God to win it. Well, history is always written by the winners anyway.

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