Monday, June 27, 2011

要求公平选举 = 夺权


纳吉在PPP的代表大会上激动得白脸变红脸,近乎声嘶力竭地痛斥净选盟 的Bersih 2.0和平集会是“企图夺权”!

看到堂堂首相如此desperate,除了觉得好笑之外,再想深一层,其实不得不赞同Bersih 2.0的确是要夺权!

要求公平、干净、透明的选举,这不但是要夺国阵的权,简直还要了国阵的命啊!
所以,纳吉的激动是可以理解的、国阵部长天天轮流上报警告也是可以理解的、警察天天忙着捉人同样可以理解的、The Star和Utusan这类党报随着主子屁股起舞更是可以理解的。

马来西亚选举制度万一真的Bersih 之后,你叫人家国阵吃蕉咩?

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

我左看右看上看下看..
纳吉就配和穆加貝,卡達菲..之流稱兄道弟

JockMatGuy

阿阳 (Yang) said...

國文,Najis 有像你這樣的“信徒”,不枉了,呵呵。

moot said...

小鸡鸡的宣传战,又再输了。

安碧加真的要向小鸡鸡说谢谢, 要不是他那些动作, 冷漠的巴生谷人,还不知道Bersih 2.0 有这回事呢。哈哈哈哈。

Lawrence Teh said...

哈哈哈哈,小鸡鸡真的慌了!

国文兄,这篇借我转贴!

Anonymous said...

Bersih 2 not only UMNO afraid ,Malaysia Coward Association more afraid . Its members better stay at home the whole day on July 9.If they accidently come out and happen to spot by their leaders and say they join the big walk , they will be expelled from the party. I think Chua CD and his party leaders will be very busy on that day to catch members!

凌国文 said...

放心,马华会听话乖乖留在家里囤粮,或上酒店避难。

oic said...

I dun like yellow tee but I bought one yesterday for the rally,brothers n sisters from KK,pls join us at Foh Sang on 9thJuly 9am,we need a better Malaysia

大佬:“反秤复民” said...

囤粮?米价会起吗?

Anonymous said...

Indeed he was screaming with angor and body language acted fearsly in a speech to his component party assembly.

Look like his actions of throwing chanllenge to the Bersih 2.0 got little supports especially from his component parties. As they know very well that BN will not be given chance of walk-over to win a seat in coming general election.
Instead they are in nightmares to whether the results of the 13th general election will mark the end of his government in the country.

As said by an Author, "The tiger stops its roar" and now when the tiger roars it shows his unbearable and miserable to retain his power.

Malaysian has to decide and people will vote for what a truly democratic system of fair, justice, equality, freedom and new inspirations for ensure hopes and dreams of all Malaysian under the sun.

A Parent

Anonymous said...

他是告訴全世界=》此地無銀三百兩也!

Anonymous said...

Just read from twwter that DAP adun was arrested for wearing a yellow t-shirt. I suggest that since wearing a yellow colour shirt is an offence, the government should ban the selling of yellow shirts in all departmental stores and shops. It is ridiculous the government allows the selling of such shirts but wearing it is an offence!

Anonymous said...

There is no clean and fair election in this world!
Is 2000, George W Bush worn over Al Gore and became the President of USA, but he did not get a majority vote, instead Al Gore got the majority votes.But the system is such that one can still win without majority votes.
Why are Malaysians so upset?
What is Bersih2 ?
The loser always cries foul play!
Wait until Ali becomes the next PM and put all of you in jail or deport you back to cina or whore ever you comes from.

Anonymous said...

Indeed there is no clean and fair election in this world and what the anonymous of June 28, 2011 4:32 AM stated is true.

However, did G Bush dare to openly tell US people " You help me and I help you! " and openly dish out cheques whereby the purpose is so obvious?

Would the US government dare to allow such organized 1M group to distribute expensive presents and the anti corruption agency dare to blind fold their eyes?

Would the Bush dare to threaten its citizens so openly that he would defend White House till his last drop of blood when there is no foreign threat but clearly aiming to Democratic party? Would Bush dare to tell its people that White house belongs to the Republicans?

When it comes to seats allocation, is it not true that US will not have such huge cap of difference in No of people between 1 constituency with another compare to Malaysia? If you have a clear conscience and dare to face the truth, you can openly write and tell, not just those who support the calling of Bersih, but also the world, state your facts and I'm sure all Malaysians will just be too glad to hear it and the government will all gain more courage to allow the EC be opened to review.

What is so wrong to have electorate reform? I just don't understand why some quarters have to be so agitated about it?

Yes, we do concern about keeping law and order and if the rally can be hold peacefully. Allowing idiots like the fat toad to threaten certain community while the sedition law always applies to the wrong people for the wrong motives, just not the way to solve the issue.

It is like parents who always discipline the hardworking children and forever forcing the good ones to feed the lazy and uncouth siblings yet not allowing the good children to complain and listen to their good points just won't bring peace, harmony and prosperity to the family. There is always unfairness and unjust, but at least, the one in authority must show sincerity to wanting to right the wrong. The Singapore PM clearly exhibits such good leadership quality and he deserve applause from all his people.

Anonymous said...

Why waste time go for the march on 9th of July.
Use the votes in your hands in the next GE.
Convince one person a day to use the vote right is more productive than demonstration.

Demonstration wont change a thing.

Dont even think of Arab Spring. We are Asian, not Arab. the Arabs are crazy people, jumping from dictatorship to chaos to let the westerners gain control.
Look at Egypt, people are still fighting each other on the streets this week. Many had died.

Use the vote in your hand!

The problem lies with the voters, not the politicians.

The voters accept presents to sell their votes because it appears Malaysian voters are cheap voters. Many Malaysian voters have no principles, no concept of values, no moral. Cheap Cheap lah. If these are all true based on what many of you believe and say.
I wont sell my vote for a million ringgit. Will you, seriously? We have few rights left,if we sell our right to vote, we have no right left,then we are slaves.

You get what you vote for !!!

In the USA, political demonstrations are peaceful. There were 1 million Republican and conservative supporters marching on National Mall in Washington DC denouncing Obama and his policies. They made speeches to attack the President and his policy. The next week, another million Democrat and liberal supporters gather on National Mall supporting Obama. There were no fights,no threats because any person who assault on others will be arrested, tried and go to jail, it does not matter who, the law is the law. In all these, you do not see Obama comes out scolding away...he stays above all these because all these are the basic rights of the citizen in a nation which practice democracy. That is why politicians in the USA have to work their ass out to win votes. On step wrong and he is finished.
Politician has no right over the constitutional rights of citizen as long as they stay within the law. That is why a country needs the governance of law.
With all these said, the election system in USA is still not vote by vote fair and square. Where you think all the tricks of zoning comes from? Invented in Malaysia or Singapore? These are all imported stuffs.

Anonymous said...

Interesting, actually I'm neutral regarding to the happenings in Malaysia but just like to ask the Anonymous of June 30, 2011 7:10 AM, the following:

Is there tight control of media in US?
Does the enforcement agencies in US serve a particular political party?
Dare the ruling party without the approval of the congress to set up rule, say to bar its people from wearing a certain color clothes?
In US, dare the president use police or army to disperse political campaign from opposition party?
Dare Nixon or Clinton controlled the judiciary and not following proper court procedures?
Dare the ruling party bar its own citizens from entering certain constituency in its own land while there is election?

Dare the ruling party openly utilize country's resources to further its political agenda say using nation's money as if it is from belongs to the ruling party for political campaign?

Do you agree that democracy in US, UK and Australia is not just born to be what they are today, but is changed progressively, hoping to improve upon it from time to time. I guess that is what people here want to see after decades of non improvement and to them, it is going backward and they want to stop it from following the footsteps of Zimbabwe.

It is very immoral to stop people from wanting to progress especially when one is enjoying the fruits of the struggles of others.

HEE YONG said...

BERSIH demonstration is to guarantee registered voters can cast their votes in an election that without dirty tricks and manipulation. You got it son?

楼上的你错了,净选盟游行恰恰就是为了保障你手中的一票是在公正及不被操纵的干净选举中投下的。

HEE YONG said...

澄清: 我是写给Anonymous of June 30, 2011 7:10 AM

Anonymous said...

Anonymous of June 30, 2011 7:10 AM,

Can you please tell us if there is an Election Commission in US which dares to openly speak up for the ruling party and no action be taken against it?

Please tell us what would the imperfect US government do if the Election Commission never wants to rectify flaws in the system nor cares to root out the problem of phantom voters to ensure say Democrats or Republicans to stay in power to rob the US citizens till they become so poor and stupid ( Not that they are very intelligent now) a votes of US$50 can feed the family for a month's food on table when the rest of the days they have to toil for weeks still can't get that amount?