Inside Story on Votes Rigging by DAP

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Zairil Khir Johari, the blue-eyed boy of Lim Guan Eng

The boo boo over the election results of the just concluded DAP elections seem to cast a huge cloud of suspicion, rather than the claim that the party is being transparent.

It also points to the outrageous manipulation, so evidently to put an elected Malay into the central executive committee (CEC) to check a possible mass resignation of Malay members.

There are many questions which have been left unanswered by the party’s secretary-general Lim Guan Eng who obviously has a hidden hand in the juggling act of the results.

Why disclose the blunder only after 19 days after the Dec 15 polls following outrageous backlash from the Malay members that not a single Malay was voted into the CEC.

One cant help but speculate that the blunder occurred too coincidentally and everything seem to point to a deliberate attempt to undo the party’s anti-Melayu tag after the party polls.

Not a single Malay candidate who contested for a CEC post got voted in and this had sparked outrage by Malay members who felt that they have been marginalised in DAP.

Enraged Johor DAP vice-chairman Ahmad Ton fired several salvos at the party for not living up to its Malaysian-Malaysia stand.

Fearing Malay members resigning en bloc in protest, Guan Eng had to concoct something quick.

The story goes that he and a few of his trusted men then hatched this idea of a computer glitch and conveniently catapulting his political secretary Zairil Khir Johari from 39th position to the 20th spot to qualify a place in the CEC.

The vote rigging was also a face saving measure for Guan Eng as both Zairil and his other political secretary Ng Wei Aik had failed to secure a place in the CEC.

Wei Aik only secured 407 votes putting him in 34th position.

So in the name of a computer glitch, the number of votes secured by Guan Eng’s blue eyed boy Zairil suddenly jumped from 305 to 803.

From 39th position, which is way way out to qualify a place in the CEC, the obvious is too obvious that he managed to scrape through to now get a place in the highest decision body of the party.

If it is manipulation disguised as human error and blamed on technical glitch, then the question arises – Why the election director Pooi Weng Keong got to resign. It does not make sense.

On one hand, Guan Eng is saying computer glitch, on the other hand, he called a press conference to proudly say that the party is transparent and that Pooi had taken the liberty to resign.

WHY should Pooi resign if it is computer problem and has nothing to do with human error. Caught you there, Guan Eng. They say if you want to bluff, at least learn how to bluff intelligently.

Don’t try to concoct the whole election fiasco thing, then blame on computer glitch, then get Pooi to resign to portray that the party is transparent.

The people are not so stupid as to believe all these. At stake now is the party’s so called Competency, Accountability and Transparency slogan.

If DAP wants to live up to its CAT propaganda, it should call for fresh party polls so that whatsoever ambiguity can be ironed out.

The election fiasco, which is politically glaring and gravely suspicious, is flawed with manipulation and deceit, and ridiculously senseless in blaming computer glitch.

So much about calling for a Free and Fair Elections. If even in their own backyard, they can’t get it right or worse still rigging votes, DAP should stop talking big about electoral reforms and all.

Please stop all the lies.

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98 Responses to Inside Story on Votes Rigging by DAP

  1. Rahmat says:

    How could DAP or anybody think Zairil ABDULLAH is a Malay – skewed thought altogether… Why nobody ever call him based on his real …. Dont ever recognize him as malay

    • ddd says:

      He resigned due to accountability. Something you dumno bastards will never understand.

      • Anonymous says:

        He resigned because of principle that he standby his tabulation of votes is correct. That is something a BASTARD would force him to quit. Something little bastards would not understand.

      • Equalizer says:

        To all those malays without principal, please go and join DAP, so that they can sell you for 5 cents.

        • Funniman says:

          Malays….to lose is not shameful as long as you still have your maruah with you. Be brave….DAP is not the last thing you have in the world.

      • PW says:

        Your great Tokong should be the one to resign. Tokong is the the first to demand people resign, but now he is dumbstruck. He should take responsibility and quit together with half blind father. Now father see no evil, son speak no evil and party dumbos hear no evil. Bunch of Monkeys.

    • New Penangite says:

      Yes!!! he is a Chinese muslim! NOT a MALAY…!!!! all malays are (supposed to be) muslims BUT not all muslims are Malay! Plzzz get this fact right!

  2. Zendra says:

    Does it matter whether Zairil is Malays or not?
    It does not actually. Productivity and efficiency counts. And most importantly, he has no experience, in stealing and robbing the people’s money.

    Talking about Malay, is mahathir mohammad one by the way?

    There is no need to keep proving to the world that you guys are dumb ass. We acknowledged that fact.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, totally agree “Productivity and Efficiency counts” and DAP election is a total failure in both of these areas. It is so efficient that the DAP election officer has to resign and it is a total waste of time and productivity in organising the election where people start to question its transparency.

      Of course DAP has no experience in stealing and robbing the people’s money. DAP only took thousands of hectares of land in lieu of money.

      I rather be a dumb ass than a hypocrite.

    • Anonymous says:

      Good of you to be sarcastic on the bloke using the name Zendra, Anonymous 8.40 am. Hope he understands sarcasm though I doubt if tebal muka blokes like him do.

      This bloke has no clue on the issue of Zairil masquerading as a Malay. Because this bloke is himself masquerading the name Zendra which was used in Ridhuan Tee’s blog some time back. He frequented that blog under so many names including PENYOKONG DAP, song, Malaysian etc. He ran out of the blog when whacked endlessly and now he appears here.

      He is an anarchistic bloke who respects no laws of decency and the norms of behaviour. He doesn’t respect the Constitution and has been especially sore about Article 152 on BM and 153 on the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak. As TRR said, that also includes the Babas and Nyonyas and those of Portugues descent of Malacca.

      This bloke needs to be whacked again and again the moment he goes out of tune and states his dissent not in decorum and decency. Including when he touches on the sensitive Articles of the Constitution that are covered under the Sedition Act. He refuses to accept that questioning the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumis would attract others to counter-question the citizenship right of the non-Malays and the non-Bumis, and that is not good for anybody.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sorry guys having to put out this c&p again, this time for the bloke (am tempted to us harsher words on him) masquerading the name Zendra trying to make fun of Tun Dr Mahathir:

      “You people keep making fun of the Malays, mamaks, etc, what about you Chinese? What’s the equivalent to call you all also having mixed blood? Now, now, don’t say you people are pure Chinese.

      Here is what Professor C.P. Fitzgerald says in his book, “A Short Cultural History of China” (600+ pages) – he lived in China for 5 years to research and gather material for that book:

      The phrase “origin of the Chinese people” is in itself misleading.

      1. Chinese culture took root in the plains of Manchuria, a foreign country until after World War II

      2. The northern provinces have always to some degree been mixed with “peoples from the Mongolian steppes”

      3. The southern and central provinces of China were, before the northerners moved southwards, “covered” by non-Chinese, the Miao, small in size and who the Chinese were contemptuous of.

      4. The south was originally occupied by “aboriginal tribes”. The ancestors of most of the migrants to Malaya/ sia came from the south. The Professor said, “A large proportion of the population of the south calling itself ‘Chinese’ is in fact descended from one or other of the aboriginal races” – page 6. Many living in the interior, in the hills and the highlands. Even in modern times, in Yunnan and Kueichou, tribesmen number half the population.

      The southerners comprise the following major groups:

      a. Fukienese (Hokkien), “a separate stock, mixed with immigrants from the north and the Yangtze Valley” and speaking “a peculiar dialect”.

      b. Cantonese, also speak a somewhat alien language, a form of old Chinese – the south was colonized by the northerners, colonization completed in the 7th Century – some 800 years after China was formed as a political entity by Chin Shih Huang Di.

      c. Hakkas, of Kuantung province, known as “guest families” – they speak a peculiar dialect, despised by the Cantonese and do not inter marry. These people were said to have come from the north, running away from frequent Mongol invasions that culminated in the conquest of China by Genghis Khan in the 13th Century.

      So, if any of you are referred to as descendants of the Miao (who are aborigines and non-Chinese), or other aborigines of south China, don’t blame me, I’m just a messenger of the news. You can’t also blame Professor Fitzgerald any more because he died some years ago.

      So, how about we refrain from racial profiling and name calling, ha? Still angry with me, wanna call me names? Don’t la, coz you also can be called names.”

      • Ex MIC says:

        All the above ‘Chinese’ as you mentioned are just regional. They lived in different parts of China, just like the Malays have Bugis, Java, Minangkabau etc etc. If you considered Hakkas, Cantonese and Hokkiens are not original Chinese, then Bugis, Minangkabaus and Javas are also not original Malays.
        But Mamaks are different as they are Indians with Islam as their religion. At least Babas have a origin place like Melaka or Penang. Mamaks do not have. That is why Mamaks are being made fun as often.

    • The Real Rakyat says:

      Zendra,

      who is we??….are you now saying that you are the one playing multiple IDs here and elsewhere??….don’t worry we here know that is a common tactic of PR troopers…have multiple IDs commenting to look as if there are many more than the sole one (1) trooper here masquerading as many……there is just one problem with that though…..it;s actually easy to spot…how??…multiple comments in support and the speed of the comments entry (usually within minutes of each other)……anyway notice that didn’t happen why??…i thought you all get 50 sen per comment and you only earned 50 sen only breakfast pun tak lepas wei!!…..

      Errr…Zendra, Zairil not clever yet in stealing as you call it BUT the lying part expert already!!…please do tell me how he can be Khir Johari’s son when he only married his mother in 1995??….if he is born say 1996 he will only be 16 now and not 28??…..You mean his mother had a world record pregnancy lasting years ah??……and he has zero looks of Khir Johari either……he looks pure chinese and i’m the chinese!! how he do it ah??

      • Pakatan Puak Pembohong says:

        this Zendra is trying to earn lunch money. competition is stiff in cyberspace. so this Zendra has to come in early to the office. Komtar 28th floor if I m correct. just now I was at Helen Ang’s blog. there’s this Ravin fella, he used to call himself Mohd Aziz. he was there early 9am. these people, now with GE13 getting closer, they have to come for the early morning shift to make money. pity them. they can’t find decent paying jobs so have to join the Komtar Gestapo.

        • Tee S Cee says:

          Good time to make breakfast, lunch, dinner & CNY reunion dinner money. A few comments here, a few comments there, VOILA!!! Collect payment after sign voucher from 28th floor KOMTAR. If not in Pyongyang, I mean Penang, can internet transfer also…

        • The Real Rakyat says:

          PPP,

          tell me about it…..this troopers are getting more and more desperate everyday….me and anonymous have been busy whacking what appears to be 2 lone troopers in another site….and their comebacks have been lame to say the least…it’s the usual f this and f that kinda talk…..i have so far managed to unmask which i believe is a chinese trooper in disguise….he said things that didn’t make sense and even claimed to be a member of a particular race in melaka…but when spoken to in the language of the clan….the response was deafening silence on his part and i asked twice in our language but yet he seems not to be able to understand…..which just proves everything you have been telling us is a lie…..you are not who or what you say you are….bcoz if u believe what he says then he is actually an 80 year old man but with the mental dexterity and verbal ability of a 20 something……now that doesn’t make sense at all…..hahahaha

          • anon says:

            the troopers will work overtime as election is drawing near

            their paymasters are also busy starting games already with what we read in the headlines nowadays

    • Anwar Kong Kek Kuat says:

      Please read the Malaysian Constitution to find out if Dr Mahathir is a Malay or not. He is as Malay as many Malays in Malaysia which have some mixed blood. Tunku has Siamese blood, Hussein Onn has Turkish blood, Pak Lah has Chinese blood. Anwar Ibrahim has Indian blood. Why don’t you question all these Malays? For your information, Dr Mahathir’s mother is Malay. Thus, that’s makes him a Malay unlike this Zairil Khir Johari bin Abdullah who is actually a pure Chinese whose father is a Chinese married to his Chinese mother. His Chinese mother, Christine Lim converted to Islam when she married Tan Sri Khir Johari and also converted his 13-year old son from her previous marriage and changed his name to Zairil . Thus, Zairil is actually a pure Chinese unlike Dr Mahathir , though his father was a Malayali, his mother was a pure Malay whose name is Wan Tempawan, a distant relation of the Kedah royalty.

      • Anonymous says:

        no use explaining this to the DAP supporters. they can’t understand. they won’t understand. they will continue to insist that this Zairil is a Malay. no use. they will continue to delude themselves. to them, Zairil is a Malay.

      • nshinah says:

        The DAP supporters……will continue to be blind deaf and dumb to any factual information disclosed to them.
        Bentang lah panjang mana pun FAKTA.
        Mereka akan berpura-pura tak faham akan KEBENARAN.

    • mail tunjang says:

      Zairil who is of full chinese blood only managed to get into the cec by the skin of his teeth and via a cheating conspiracy as well, and only because he got a malay name. They can’t even bear to put a real malay in the cec even though its for show.

      That mamak went on to become the president of umno, voted in by malay members! Seems that the malays are less racist and have proven that if somebody can unite the nation and improve the country they would not hesitate to put him to the top.

      Based on the above examples you have to wonder which party is the real racists here.

      • Vic says:

        Pls give Zairil a break. He does not deserve all this abuse. His personal life is in shambles since he left his Malay wife for a Chinese woman. His mother broke up the family life Khir Johari. She masuk Khir Johari life by the side door while Zairil masuk DAP politics by the back door. Funny family, never by the front door. It is no fun growing up that way. Now is his moment so let him be.

    • Jijah says:

      Zairil has a chinese mom and dad

    • Anonymas says:

      “…And most importantly, he has no experience”

      More reasons why he shouldn’t have gotten voted up in the first place! There are many more Malays in DAP that is more fitting for the post and this fake Malay got elected. Both his parents are Chinese.

      “Talking about Malay, is mahathir mohammad one by the way?”

      Yep. have you seen his house, his mom etc? He has indian lineage like from 2-3 generations before. If you want to disown Dr M as mamak and not Malay, I bring you one guy from PR who is in the same boat: Anwar Ibrahim (Mamak Penang)

      P.S. If you come here to Kuala Selangor and say that us Jawa are ‘pendatang’, prepare to be thrown into the sawah padi! Hahahaaa

      • Anonymous says:

        Not to the sawah padi, brother. To the South China Sea.

        We’ll take ‘em by road all the way to Kuantan, do a Lynas demo, and hunger strike by the roadside, cendol by the side, rojak at Telok Cempedak, then dump em to the South China Sea, hahaha.

    • Zebra says:

      Hmmm.., initial count 305,
      Now 803, still excited with 308. So vote count also reflect the auspicious number !!

    • ohyeah says:

      Oh yeah? When you dapsters lose the argument you bring in dr mahathir. Dr Mahathir’s mum was malay lah wei, his father an indian muslim. He speaks malay, is muslim, practises the culture etc. So melayu lah tu, we malays very inclusive one, no problem there.
      My aunt’s husband is mat salleh, but he speaks the language and lives like us. So much so we think of him as one of us. Same with my chinese cousin-in-law. No problems.

      Only your Malay is pseudo-Malay maah. heheh.

      No shy ah? Simple party election also cannot count. Shy lor.

    • New Penangite says:

      Dr Mahathir is a Malay. Yes, he has Indian blood from his fore fathers. FYI, one is regarded a Malay if the person has a Malay blood from at least one of the parents. Dr Mahathir’s mother is a Malay. In fact, many Malays in Malaysia have mixed blood due to mixed marriages which have occurred for centuries. Zairil, on the other hand, is a genuine Chinese. Both of his biological parents are Chinese. I guess you are not from Malaysia since you do not know this fact.

  3. AnonKL says:

    I never trust DAP, and I will never will.

  4. wak says:

    ‘It also points to the outrageous manipulation, so evidently to put an elected Malay into the central executive committee (CEC)’ …. correction….
    ‘It also points to the outrageous manipulation, so evidently to put an elected “MALAY NAME “into the central executive committee (CEC) ‘.

  5. troopers says:

    Dear PRdogs. If PKR’s plain manipulation of its party election is not enough, how about DAP’s blatant manipulation of its own being stuffed up your ass? To those neutrals who just wanted to have a new feel for a new gov, think about this, once you elected these monkeys to the top seat, they will never ever let go of their banana

  6. jojo45 says:

    Mahathir may not be a Malay in your eyes, but he has never blamed a computer for his mistakes. DAP’s arrogance has come back to bite them. On what basis can they insult the EC now? Truth always comes out at the end.

  7. Abdullah says:

    The made in world’s best Singapore Humpty Dumpty can never be put together again. It sucks for all the DAP Bumiputra members with such bare-face blatant discrimination.

    • Anonymous says:

      The Malays are already redfaced with those Bumi favoured policies these days. Sometimes they feel that they are so ashamed that they had to be assisted to be at par with other communities. Sometimes those who are left out hope to get some opportunity at the opposition camps.

      The last thing they need from these Chinese dominated goons by giving them a compassionate place in the DAP polls. That is at the mercy and under pitiful circumstances. Of course by the instructions of their leaders.

      Please do not kick them anymore when they are already lying down on the floor in pain.

  8. 69 steps says:

    Let the MCA invites Zairil Khir Johari to be their Special Advisor (General Duties) to the President and shows how it breaks the shackles of race and chauvinism with the potential of survival for the next 50 years. If Zairil is worth his self-esteem, he should resign from DAP forthwith.

  9. Sockalingam says:

    The arrogant attitude of DAP show that the rest of Malaysia are treated like schoolboys aping the awesome Lee Kuan Yew with feet of clay !

  10. Lily says:

    My heart is with the Bumis !

  11. Pakatan Puak Pembohong says:

    competency. accountability. transparency. on all 3 counts. failed. F grade. should replace with corrupting, antagonistic, terrorizing.

  12. Calvin Sankaran says:

    Hi admin,

    Understand that there are some Dapster cyberthugs have hijacked my name and using it to post comments praising their Dear Leaders. Can you please block them?

    • Zebra says:

      Have you forgetten what you championed?
      Freedom of expression!
      Not found in mKini or PRBlog.
      You contradict yourself and damn confused.

  13. Zendra says:

    That’s very typical of Bnajis troopers, accusing others of hijacking their name when they are not able to defend or when they make negative comments towards their paymaster.
    what a good way to hide their actual dual identity. the undisputed hypocrites.

    • Pakatan Puak Pembohong says:

      this is your second comment. now you’ve earned RM1. you still have some way to go there. you’ll need at least RM3 for lunch. keep trying. at this rate, you still need to make 4 more comments.

      • Zendra says:

        Is that all you are capable of? come on, you can do a bit better…
        but, wait, after all, what to expect from a Dumno supporter….. apart from being dumb…

        • Anonymas says:

          Is this the extent of your argument? “Durrrr dumno people are dumb”. Come on, gimme more!

          What’s dumber than a party which blames Microsoft Excel on an organization-changing election and sacks the officer anyway? Just uninstall lah Excel from your computer and use SPSS.

        • The Real Rakyat says:

          Zendra,

          dumb we are not….however last i checked how smart a program is depends on the fella imputing the data….so in this case the Excel sheet was as shitty as the guy who put in the data……but surprisingly only affects one person seat….i mean there are only 1800 delegates so if 500 went the way of Zairil…..wouldn’t that mean that LGE, Karpal position would also be suspect too??….hmmmmm….so that means that 1300 votes between the 19 others….if we divide it up it means that each delegate will get only 69 votes!!!…Hooray Zairil is the new DAP Chairman and Secretary General since he has won 803 votes I mean he gotta take from somewhere!!! Yippeeeeeeee!!!

        • Servant of God says:

          Zendra,

          In this case it’s not so much of what some people are capable of, but what you deserve.

          Here, you deserve to be treated like the dirt-cheap, unprincipled mercenary that you are.

    • Anonymous says:

      Can’t expect much from the stupid fellow. So, when he comes in with no substance comments, we whack him the same lorr.

      Just shit him to kingdom come.

    • Zendra says:

      Oh Zendra…….see how easy it is to just change the identity of the commentor!!…

      Oh make sure comment yeah!! after all need to earn your 50 sen per comment…..hahahha

      courtesy of The Real Rakyat….

    • ray says:

      Haiya zendra

      No need to work too hard. BiaDAP has revealed its true colours: dirty yellow.

  14. ExDAP says:

    The main issue here is that DAP should have to recount the votes again, in full view of their members. But when asked about the ballots, Mr Phooi replied that it was out of his hand.

    What kind of answer is that?

    Is he trying to hint that the ballots has also been tampered and missing?

    Instead of rectifying the election with recount or reelection, DAP just change the figure and say this is the actual ballot counted. If they can count wrongly then, they can also count wrongly now.

    So the conclusion is that DAP manipulated the votes to fit into their political agenda.

  15. Korean Fan says:

    What is more surprising is until now, DAP members are still mum. Why? Isn’t there a procedure in DAP election? Couldn’t the members contest the result and asking for a recount? And publish the recount result. If want to be transparent, why don’t you call a third party to monitor the recount and publish the result to the public to clear the cloud?

    • Anonymous says:

      Don’t be surprised that DAP members themselves will lodge a complaint to ROS or the police to ask for a proper recount or investigation.

      DAP is not a private company. It is registered through Registrar of Societies. DAP belong to its members who pay subscription fees every year. It does not belong to Lim Guan Eng, Lim Kit Siang or Kapal Singh. They are elected by its members to manage DAP according to its constitution, rules and regulation with the help of its Central Committee / Exco.

      Members of DAP, if you are not happy, you can complain and get it right. I know you love your leaders but I also know you support your party DAP more. Leaders are temporary but the PARTY is forever.

    • Nani says:

      Dulu masa KJ menang Pemuda UMNO … org UMNO senyap gak … yg menurut je … sama juga le … org DAP pun … yg menurut je.

      Tapi … menyalahkan … komputer dan/atau Microsoft Excel … menunjukkan kebodohan sendiri … satu dunia guna komputer dan Excel … tapi kat DAP-Malaysia je yg buat silap … sebenarnya silap siapa ?

      One out of billions ?

  16. Anonymas says:

    LGE should sue Microsoft for being the software developer of Excel, which is clearly faulty in this case. He should sue Steve Ballmer like 100 million dollars.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Supporters of Ng Wei Aik & Pooi Weng Keong,

    You owe this to your leaders. They cannot say anything but you, as loyal members of DAP need to speak out for them. They need you help and clear their names. Speak out now or forever, your continued struggle will be in shame.

    If you can’t fight against your hypocritic leader in manipulating the elections, how are you going to fight for the Chinese against PAS??? You would be called something worse than seedless durian.

    We are not asking you to fight against your leaders but to ask for a fair election.

    • funniman says:

      Finally, the Grassroots of DAP is calling for a re election. LGE, show that you are fair…your strong arm tactic in twisting the polls won’t work.

  18. linpehkong says:

    Computer error, Have to make correction. In all my post I have always want to whack BN — but computer error cause me to whack Fukatan instead –just like the computer biaDAP used to compute their election results.

  19. Atok says:

    DAP only know how to blame other people and the whole world, including Windows for their own blunder.
    Never admit their own mistake.
    Remember TBH case? They capable to twisted all facts and cheated the Rakyat. Now, they just keep silent and who suffer, if not family of TBH?

    So, they will keep their Poisonong, Mislead and Hatred methods to win votes.

  20. PAShit says:

    EARTH SHATTERING REVELATIONS FROM FORMER DAP VICE CHAIRMAN, TUNKU AZIZ.

    LET’S SEE HOW DAP DOGS OOPS SORRY PARATROOPERS LIKE ZENDRAB REACT TO COVER THEIR BOSSES ASSES!

    NOTHING DEMOCRATIC: DAP’s congress was notable for not electing a single Malay to its CEC, a sign of the chauvinism in the party

    THE recently concluded 16th Democratic Action Party national congress gave multiracialism a whole new meaning. The party failed to return even a single Malay candidate, out of the eight who contested, to its central executive committee. “Malaysian Malaysia”, the party’s stock in trade, proved to be a bare-faced sham, in much the same way as the party’s other bombastic claims.

    DAP watchers are united in their verdict that the evidence the congress produced was inconvertible: the occasion will long be remembered by Malays as the definitive triumph of Chinese chauvinism over multiracialism. The “Chinoisnisation” of the party was complete.

    Mulltiracialism in the party’s political lexicon is a web of doublespeak or, not to put too fine a point on it, a pack of lies.
    So is the term “Democratic” in the party’s name.It is nothing if not a feel-good trap for the unwary.

    The truth has now been laid bare: the overwhelming majority of the Chinese membership of the party voted with their feet to send a clear and emphatic message that they wanted no part in changing the chauvinistic Chinese character of their party.

    It is clear for all to see that the Lim father and son had scant influence in this matter.

    There was no overt support for the Malay candidates and that was that.It is an unapologetically Chinese party, warts and all, founded to continue the failed People Action Party’s narrow Chinese agenda in the nascent federation.

    It is fair to say that the congress had left Malays in utter disillusionment, and in absolutely no doubt about their future under DAP.

    Ask any Penang Malay for a blow by blow account of what it is like living in Lim Guan Eng’s much trumpeted socialist paradise. How many Malays after all can afford to live on the island proper without the promised safety net of regular employment and affordable housing, which is yet to see the light of day more than four years after the promise was made to trusting, unsuspecting poor Malays and Indians?

    The Chineseness of the party is in striking contrast to the much maligned Malaysian Chinese Association.

    While unequivocally Chinese, MCA, unlike the Lim family dominated-DAP, understands that given the unique historical, social and economic imperatives that have shaped our fragile nation, playing the zero-sum-game is a suicidal option.Malays have worked constructively, in mutual trust and respect, with MCA.

    They have proved to be trustworthy and reliable partners in the demanding task of nation-building. Successive MCA leaders, without exception, have put national interests above sectarian considerations.

    The contributions of MCA to national unity, peace and prosperity have yet to be given full recognition by the people of our country.Chauvinistic Chinese such as those to be found in the serried ranks of DAP continue to mount their campaign of hate and lies.

    Unlike MCA, DAP as a party, in spite of protestations to the contrary, is Chinese to the core. It makes no concessions to Malay sensibilities: its elected members of parliament and state assemblymen refused, in a display of racial arrogance and defiance of an established practice following their unexpected 2008 election windfall, to don the songkok as it was a Malay headgear.

    Chairman Karpal Singh is on record as having issued what amounts to an edict prohibiting DAP members from accepting state awards from Malay rulers.

    One or two have gone ahead and accepted these honours, including one man who had made a song and dance over the wearing of the songkok on formal state occasions.

    These are the self-same people who at the drop of a hat will proclaim noisily their undivided loyalty to king and country.

    Can we trust them to govern a multiracial Malaysia?

    The Umno-MCA relationship is based on an instinctive understanding that in a complex society such as ours, the guiding principle as promoted and practised by Tunku Abdul Rahman is to “take some and give back some”.

    It is about mutual respect, tolerance and acceptance of our cultural diversity.The politics of hate as practised by DAP and its spiritual mentor, Pas, must be nipped smartly in the bud before they take root among the unthinking masses across our society.

    The future of our country must be predicated on a solid foundation of national unity, derived from a sense of a common destiny underpinned by fairness and equity.

    Their zero-sum-game promoted and nurtured so passionately as an article of faith must be rejected.The nation can ill-afford to experiment and gamble with what is a characteristically unMalaysian ideology, a luxury we can do without in our search for our Malaysian identity.

    You cannot say you have not been warned about the hidden traps DAP has set for the unwary.After all, what is apparent is not always real.

    PAShit

  21. Mangkuk says:

    Big political Party such as DAP used Excel? Are you joking!

    They suppose to use specialize election applications software together with rfid card? I wonder where the siphoned money goes if not for the good of a party.

  22. Apolitical says:

    I fail to understand how DAP can do such a lousy job with an election of less than 2000 votes.!

    I wonder what will happen if DAP form the next government and they need to oganise GE14. Can they cope with the MILLIONS of votes?

  23. Mangkuk says:

    Apolitical,

    Where that you learn that the government need to organised GE?. Here is from our constitution:

    All 7 members of the EC are appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (acting on the advice of the Cabinet), after consulting the Conference of Rulers. To enhance the independence of the EC, the Constitution provides that: (i) The Yang di-Pertuan Agong shall have regard to the importance of securing an EC that enjoys public confidence when he appoints members of the commission (Art. 114(2)), (ii) the members of the EC cannot be removed from office except on the grounds and in the same manner as those for removing a Federal Court judge (Art. 114(3)) and (iii) the remuneration and other terms of office of a member of the EC cannot be altered to his or her disadvantage (Art. 114(6)).

    How can an elections be fair if the PM or the government conduct election itself? We can’t swallow that logic.

  24. Littlejohn says:

    Was there really an election as staged by the DAP ?

    There should have been auditors from a respectable firm and lawyers to monitor and scrutinize everything. Let not the DAP blamed the whole revolting fiasco on the vote counting machine made by Singapore for Singaporeans.

    Obviously, this election farce is illegal and should be reviewed by the Registrar of Societies. No one is above the Law and should not treat important political bodies like their grandfather’s !

    And there is an ancient saying ,’ You must harmony at home before you can fight successfully in the streets.’

    The DAP leadership will fight the General Elections with no rearguard. This is what the saying means.

    • linpehkong says:

      Did you realized how subservient biaDAP members are. Have not heard one squeak from any of the members. They are so used to being manipulated that this is no big deal. biaDAP leaders can do no wrong otherwise how can anybody accept the explanation that excel spreadsheet can lead to this farce.

      • Mangkuk says:

        LinPehkong,

        May be pirate excel or DIY kinda spreasheet to make it easy manipulate.

        Excel spread sheet? What a class ha ha ha

  25. Shanmugam says:

    Ya. As a legal man, this important election held by the DAP as reported in the media did not seem to comply with the laws. The Registrar of Societies should review its proceedings which were not attended, monitored or scrutinized by qualified auditors or lawyers or other professionals. Let us all hope it was not illegal. If it was illegal, then it will be a different story. I agree that no one should be above the laws !

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m not a legal man but wonder what the DAP Memorandum of Association says on their party election procedures. Maybe silent on vote counting procedures – is that possible? Maybe in very general terms or skimpy few words that can be manipulated by the office bearers.

      Or like the Bar Council constitution, statue or whatever that governs the life of the Council – mentions only of election voting scrutineers? I’ve read 2 blogs pointing out the Bar Council President not allowing, in writing, a member requesting to be a vote counting observer.

      But I get the impression that the Registrar of Societies has largely been passive all these years, have not read of them taking action on any political party. Would anyone correct me if my impression is wrong, please.

      • funniman says:

        There are 2 recourse on this issue:
        1. To hold EGM and but you have to get at least 30% or more members to agree and petition to the court forcing DAP to convey the EGM.
        2. To lodge a report to ROS and see if there’s any basis, given the circumstances. ROS has the power to regulate the conduct of the companies under its registration.

  26. linpehkong says:

    And now that butt man claims that Japan paid millions to be distributed to victim of their atrocities in the occupation. This just goes to show how desperate and void of ideas this idiot is.
    He throws every and any accusation knowing that it is not possible for it to be true but pretending that he does not really know. He then sits and watch his stupid followers do stupid thing – like in “Kotor 2″ when he himself will always stay away from trouble and can go visit another whore house at the end of the day.

    The problem I have is that there are so many of my fellow Malaysians who believe a traitor like this. Such a pity

  27. Mangkuk says:

    LinPekKong,

    If they want to search for the truth they can nowadays. Just goggling and they can find all relevant data.

    So we can conclude those who ignorance is actually are LGBT sex maniac. Their mind is not in the skull but you know where.

    • linpehkong says:

      Mangkuk,
      How to google when their computer has problem. When they google, it takes them to the Rocket site.
      I wanted to point out that “Sial” butt man’s strategy — Throw everything and the kitchen sink . If you respond then he will have a forum to tie you up– if you dont respond, the idiots who will bend over for him will accept what he says as true

  28. Einstein says:

    Common sense dictates that the PR with the DAP has no notion of values. When reparations negotiations with Japan began in the 1960s and concluded soon afterwards with only a freighter of 12,000 tons, a Mercedes cost only $12,000 and a Mini $2,000. Where were the billions of ringgits ? I doubt our reserves at that time were even $1 Billion. The nonsense in creating sensation by the Opposition sucks.

  29. Lawyer says:

    The DAP in its moment of transparency and fairness should voluntarily invite the Registrar of Societies to review the whole Elections and give DAP a clean bill of health like Lee Kuan Yew in Singapore. What say you DAP ?

    • Anonymous says:

      Fat hope, my friend.

      They are made up of many descendants of secret societies, thugs and gangsters. They hardly admit mistakes, and once in thousand years they do, they’ll try to tell the world they are honest.

      Note the key word “try” – they’ll not succeed. Even foreign news agencies are laughing at the DAP CEC election vote counting!

  30. linpehkong says:

    That traitor’s strategy is simple because it is easy to influence the people who eagerly expose their back end to him. He can and will say anything that he knows is totally untrue — the more absurd the better – and the idiots that swallow shit will lap it all up.
    The 3 recent examples — The Scopene trial in France. Najib having a stroke and Japan’s compensation.
    But when it comes to clear evidence related to him — video expose from people who were with him at the time of the incident– are not believed. He now thinks he is God – with even the running dogs in biaDAP pushing him as PM. He needs to be taken down a few rungs.
    But then there will always be idiots who blindly follow conmen like Ayah Pin, Jim Jones and their likes. They make the world laugh. But we cannot risk letting Malaysia be run by these people.

  31. Soosai says:

    Transparent elections are the anchor piece of democracy. When elections are openly fiddled around, it is not democracy. How many fools are there in Malaysia ?

  32. Viktor Vaz says:

    Two Wongs do not make a Right. The bungled DAP elections were wrong. The recent DAP announcement of no more fresh elections is wrong.

  33. 1India says:

    The DAP has been in opposition too long. Only fools support it.

  34. linpehkong says:

    The establishment has a hard time taking action against these cocky people. If action is taken (ROS has a finite task of asking for an answer) then their blind supporters will say that it is unfair treatment. They have been opposition for so long that they do not know how to help build a nation – they only know how to demolish – nations value, nations pride and everything that matters.
    He who knows not and knows not he knows not — these are the fools that we are dealing with today.

  35. Anonymous says:

    Sorry off topic. But the Bersih blokes advertising the 12 Jan rally hung a banner showing the Malaysian flag crossed and another communist-like flag beside it – photo shown in http://bigdogdotcom.wordpress.com/.

    Bloody pengkhianat and penderhaka negara those blokes.

    They deserve whacking by you guys as well – I’ve done my part (am not telling which of the comments already appearing in there is mine!)

  36. Abdullah 37 says:

    When is a rose not a rose ? When is marney is not marney ? Most important of all, when is a vote not a vote ? Ha ! Ha ! Ha !

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