If GE13 had been only an urban fight Pakatan would have won hands down. I have said this one two many times, You and I are not the WHOLE nation. What happened to the rural folks wants and needs?
Your needs are not the same as them.
Your concerns are not the same as them.
Start analysing issues, problems and people in different areas before you make a conclusion.
Take a look at the results in Sabak Bernam – Parliament and N1 went to BN while N2 went to PAS by a small 400 vote margin. I’ve been there, folks are simple farmers who have probably received much help from the government in terms of agriculture. They aren’t poor but simple people, all they want is someone who listens to them, someone who cares about their problems not the other way around. They don’t want to hear your Rosmah stories or urban problems, what does that have to do with them?
Stop calling Sabah, Sarawak folks as corrupt or useless. Our lives are verydifferent from theirs, their problems are different and Pakatan needs to LISTEN, LISTEN, LISTEN (;P) to them if it wants to win these seats. And make sure your candidates are local ppl who are respected. And that’s why candidates like Bung Mokhtar will continue to win as he knows his ppl, he knows what they want, heknows their culture and your ppl don’t.
Stop telling people you’re focusing on the wrong things when they point all this out to you. I’ve gotten so much flack for pointing out problems in Pakatan governance in my area even though I have facts to prove my points and yet I was criticised non-stop.
Stop believing internet polls – it doesn’t represent the demography of the rest of the country.
Truth is Pakatan and its people lack one important point – the ability to listen to their weakness. You’re truthfully worse than BN in this department.
Ah but my area went to PAS and DAP so I must be wrong! No my area is made up of older folks who know what is going on and young urban voters, voting for thefirst time. Look at the winning margin. You’ll be surprised but BN ceramah’s in my area were actually attended by folks and we never go to ceramahs. You know why we never go? Coz our BN reps were contactable on the phone or you could walk in to their office. But the PEOPLE decided on UBAH and I respect that.
Butthis GE saw some amazing things as it did some horrible things
80% of 13.3 million registered voters turned up to vote all over the country. Wow that is an amazing number – pat your backs on that. I have been urging Malaysians to votefor years. This is YOUR right and am so PROUD of each one of you.
Today we saw the folks in one of the richest neighbourhood turn up to protect what they believed in. Once again let’s applaud the folks of Bangsar – you people ROCK. If you hear anyone ever put down Bangsar after this an elitist place, tell them heck no that community loves their place and will fight to protect it!
We saw racist frog Ibrahim Ali and Zulkifli Noordin kicked out with a big NO THANK YOU. Though I still wonder on the huge number of people who vote for him –scary scary
Also gone is Rais Yatim – woohoo
BN Kapar candidate Sakthivel lost – woohoo I am so glad he was not picked
Candidates like Rafizi, Ong Kian Ming and many more have won – and kudos for bringing the min but make sure they perform and not just spend the time fighting the party’s nonsense.
And do realise that not everything this two have quoted on the economy and education is viable or correct – I pointed out two points from their manifesto that lacks planning and was rather vague.
The sad sad bullying of Malaysians who didn’t subscribe to your opinion which was not only celebrated but was justified. Did you for once think that the person is a fellow Malaysian who has the right to make their OWN choice? Nope only your opinion mattered. So much for equal rights eh?
On voting day Malaysians proved that racial profiling and discrimination was very much alive as people justified the abuse and hatred that had been hurled at Malaysians who looked different from their perceived notion. Worse people justified the actions of these people as better safe than sorry.
If you’re upset that Najib said Chinese Tsunami than this should have made you upset as well.
Folks you do know historically India was split into three nations? Pakistani,Bangladesh and India? And folks from all three nations have called this countryhome thought the majority are from South India? Oh by the way folks from Assam/ Nepal look like Myanmar folks – bet you didn’t know that! Yes you have no idea who your fellow Malaysians are but you didn’t find anything wrong in attacking them?
Andwhat about all the name calling of foreigners? Bangla and Indon are rudenicknames and instead of attacking them you should be hitting at the people whobrought them in. they didn’t deserve tobe treated that way.
That brings me to the most important point
We want CHANGE but we won’t CHANGE
We justify racial profiling but we say we are against racism
We justify abusing a poor migrant worker who took an offer most of us would have taken if it was PR for some Western country
We shout NO more Corruption and yet don’t hesitate to steal from others, cheat our family and friends, legally steal from banks and then declare bankruptcy, steal TNB fibre lines,
We want equality but we justify race discrimination just look at how we treat folks who are in a position lower than us regardless of being a foreigner or Malaysian
Wewant equality but won’t question Mandarin only ads and justify it as oh if there’s Bumi rights then this isn’t a problem. Seriously? Where did the we are united phrase go now?
We want equality but we attack anyone that doesn’t conform to our opinions. What happened to I agree to disagee?
We want a bribe free country yet we justify giving a bribe to cops as summons are too expensive.
Let’s look at changing ourselves first before we change the rest.
Change begins with the man in the mirror, let’s work together to change us as Malaysians
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