A helping hand

A Singaporean registered Hinda CRV campaigning for DAP

A Singaporean registered Honda CRV campaigning for DAP

Whether we like it or not, the battle for this 13GE is very intense. The Opposition is either sordidly driven to topple BN from the Federal Government or they are actually very delusional and worse still, desperate.

What should be a concern also is that either people from outside the country is busy involved in partisan campaign or Malaysians who have migrated elsewhere for greener postures felt they needed to change the administration the land they left behind. Since these Malaysians are not contributing to this country neither in taxes nor churning growth for the economy, their opinion should be deemed irrelevant.

Maybe Haris Ibrahim and his mad ABU Squad should act on people like this because it is almost obvious that “Foreigners are involved in our electoral process”.

Published in: on April 11, 2013 at 22:30  Comments (8)  

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  1. It won’t be long that this country will have a two party system, a Malay/ Native Party and the Nons

  2. Must be the work of Malaysians residing in Singapore. Typical bangsat who think they can treat Malays and Malaysia like door mats. If this is the work of a Singaporean who thinks JB or Johore is a place where he eats and shits and is part of his personal territory, and that he can interfere in Malaysia’s domestic matters, the car together with its owner should be towed across the causeway and tossed out of Malaysia.

    • PAP has released the white paper on the projected 6.9 million population. Perhaps they had Johor in mind as the greater singapore.

      Never brush aside their kiasu mentality. Better be cautious and err on the safe side.

  3. There are notion that these are Malaysians living in Singapore.

    They contribute to the Singaporean taxes and economy but wanted to excert their right as Malaysians to change the government?

    It’s a clear demonstration their attitude prevails. They are better of as Singaporeans.

    Then again, the Singaporean kiasus are not interested with lower middle class Malaysians. They are just mere cogs in the industrious lil’ red dot of modern day capitalism neo-slavery.

    • There are also suspicions of Indonesian economic criminals safely residing in mansions in singapore.

      The view that Indonesian chinese, Malaysian chinese and singaporean chinese unite for economic wealth has always been unrefuted. Today they are uniting for political power too.

      Johor has to be protected.

      • Ramblings among Johor Malays on the influx of foreigners including Singaporeans into JB and its surrounding areas have been going on for quite sometime but no one wants to listen to them. Their concerns are genuine and it maybe a mistake to take Johor malays for granted. Malaysian chinese working and residing in Singapore and their buddy buddy serumpun will be the greatest beneficiaries of the devts in Johor, whether Johor/ JB is won by BN or Pakatan. Johor must be protected but how? The floodgate has been opened beyond redemption.

  4. The following comment elsewhere attracted me, and hope you permit it to c&p below:

    And here are the comments in the previous posts showing Lim Guan Eng, Karpal Singh and Lim Kit Siang losing confidence in winning PRU13:

    1. Lim Guan Eng said while walking about at the wet market in Penang that it is going to be very tough to win Penang because BN is putting huge resources to win Penang – money, election machinery, manpower.

    2. Karpal Singh was also losing confidence in winning Penang when he said “Anything is possible” – he was talking about DAP wanting more seats in Penang (at the expense of PKR, which DAP does not believe can win the Malay votes) and PKR Penang Chief Mansor accused Guan Eng ” arrogant, cocky and tokong”.

    3. Alumni 4B To Assist BN Machinery In The 13th GE

    BUKIT MERTAJAM, April 11 (Bernama) — A total of 200,000 members of the 4B (4B youth movement) Malaysia alumni association will be assisting Barisan Nasional (BN) election machinery in the 13th General Election.

    4. GE13: Seven DAP branch leaders now support BN

    GEMAS: Seven DAP branch leaders in Negri Sembilan have shifted their support to Barisan Nasional citing loss of confidence in their party’s national leadership.

    5. Feng Shui expert says BN will wrest Selangor, Kedah and possibly Penag and Kelantan, too

    KUALA LUMPUR (April 11, 2013): A Feng Shui expert has predicted that Barisan Nasional will win the 13th general election (GE13) at the federal level and regain Selangor and Kedah.

    Privately, the Feng Shui also said, Penang and Kelantan, too.

    6. THEN LIM KIT SIANG ALSO LOST CONFIDENCE IN WINNING PRU13 WHEN HE TALKED IN GELANG PATAH ABOUT PR GOVERNMENT ONLY IN 2050:

    Kit Siang offers up ‘Vision 2050′

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 11 – Lim Kit Siang took a leaf from Tun Dr Mahathir’s Mohamad’s Vision 2020 and nudged Malaysians today to embrace a fresh government under Pakatan Rakyat (PR) with his “Vision 2050” goal.

  5. I hope that the BN election machinery reads this. I have seen postings of many of those working elsewhere especially Singapore are excited about returning to Penang to vote to ensure LGE stays as CM.

    Similarly, many Kelantanese will return to Kelantan to vote to ensure PAS stays in power power.

    I feel these people should allow the real people of Penang and Kelantan elect their government for it is them who have to live with their choice everyday. They are the ones who have to endure the day-to-day living conditions in Penang and Kelantan, not these people who live in the comfort of Singapore and the fresh running water of KL.


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