Image from malaysiakini (modified) of bloggers Amin Iskandar (Executive Director of National Institute of Electoral Integrity) , with Chegu Bard (the PKR candidate for Rembau against Khairy Jamaluddin).

The duo including Bersih’s secretary Faisal Mustafa has lodged a police report on four conspiring Malaysian adults!

Election Commission chief Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman, Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, inspector general of police Musa Hassan and attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail for the last-minute cancellation of the indelible ink in the March 8 general elections.

Will police take action on these jokers who deprived Malaysians of a free and fair elections?

The report was lodged on the quartet after a not so smart Abdul Rashid told the whole world that it was Abdullah who ordered the EC to suspend use of the ink. No one believed Abdullah when he said that his ‘suggestion’ was not a ‘directive’. Not even a school kid would buy this joke lah.

The ink was supposed to prevent cheating in the recent 12th General Elections. With the ink, we would have had a massive earthquake, plus 12 after shocks perhaps. But all we got was a Tsunami. Mana cukup? (where got enough?)

But what I really want to know is what happened to the RM2.4 million and 48,000 bottles of inks from India?

Has anyone noticed the river at the back of their houses turning blue-black recently?

Urgh!

MCPX, Abdul Rashid unwittingly revealed that the cabinet had objected to the use of the indelible ink and that he was ordered to take the blame for the decision.

71 responses »

  1. oster says:

    All the institutions involved (EC, police) in this case are part of the federal executive.

    We all know nothing will happen unless it blows up to be a big case, and electoral fraud will certainly not arouse popular sentiments like say, a sex scandal.

    My vote is that nothing will happen, not until the next election.

  2. hutchrun says:

    Why down the throat only. The other way would be better.

  3. hutchrun says:

    KUALA LUMPUR (May 22, 2008): The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) has started an investigation into a disclosure in Parliament by Kota Belud MP Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan that he was offered enough money to last “two or three future generations” to defect to Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR).

    Its Director of Investigation Datuk Mohd Shukri Abdul told theSun when contacted today that an ACA officer had lodged a report on the disclosure which was reported in the newspaper, adding that Abdul Rahman is also being investigated on why he failed to report the bribery attempt.

    http://sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=22567

  4. lucia says:

    oh i had wanted to blog about this yesterday but was so sleepy. susan, you seems to have a lot of time these days to give us the latest up to date news so fast! and sometimes one day more than 1! good! it’s we who gain.🙂

    about the police report – since it is against all top 4 guns, do you think there will be any action? fat chance! the report will be sweep under the carpet!

  5. Ahmad says:

    Susan,
    May God prevail the truth. What ever the double standard games they play, believe me, they had sleepless night either on ACA or police officers who had to take the task.

  6. hutchrun says:

    Meanwhile the ex culture vulture wants calm:

    THE HAGUE, May 23 ─ Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Rais Yatim says Malaysians should be calm and mature in accepting whatever decision on the sovereignty of Pulau Batu Puteh, Middle Rocks and South Ledge is delivered by the International Court of Justice here today.
    http://themalaysianinsider.com/mni/rais-be-calm-mature-in-accepting-icj-ruling.html

  7. hutchrun says:

    Toyol breakdance:

    SHAH ALAM, May 23 ─ Selangor Local Government, Study and Research Committee chairman Ronnie Liu told the State Legislative Assembly yesterday that he has engaged counsel to sue people who have made certain allegations against him.

    “Actually, what was said by the Sungai Panjang (Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo) was only an allegation. I have appointed a lawyer and will bring the matter to the court,” he said when Sri Serdang assemblyman Datuk Mohamad Satim Diman was debating the motion of thanks for the address of Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah.

    http://themalaysianinsider.com/mni/selangor-exco-member-denies-khir-toyos-charges.html

  8. asrilamirul says:

    care for a royal commission investigation for this ink thingy anyone?

  9. bondoun says:

    The ink is part of the problem. Who knows what else EC do to cheat the voters. So far, they can’t even maintain an up to date database for the voters. EC should allow voters to change their voting location online. A lot of voters who worked outside of their area decided not to participate in the election to avoid the hassle of returning home.

    EC Chairman should be elected instead of appointed!!

  10. max says:

    Bribery, see how fast the ACA is investigating the Opposition parties?? Ha, giving money to vote for BN is so common during Mahathir’s time that i still remembered a few years back, a taxi driver from East Malaysia was sharing with me that BN paid East Malaysians money to support BN. The higher you are, the more money being paid to you. He told me happily that he & his family has received the money, but never shared with me whether they voted for the party that paid.

  11. JAy says:

    Is Ink really exist, anyone had seen the 48,000 bottles of ink ?
    Can the repoter take a picture to proof the existence!

  12. Alexander says:

    With so many sacndals and misdeeds unfolded; whenever I see their faces in papers and TV, I always feel like an active volcano vomiting.

    Its torturing to see this bunch of bananas.

    Monkeys like bananas and bananas like monkeys

  13. hutchrun says:

    So what happen to the ink now? Now, I have to question whether the ink is truly imported from India for RM 2.4 million. Or was some black ink bought from some local stationery store for RM2.40 per bottle and the rest of the money goes into someone’s pocket. ACA, check the EC!

    Maybe they are truly bought in from India but not indelible ink. Or maybe they are after all truly indelible ink from India and also bought with the price of RM 2.4 million. However, someone thinks it can be put into better use than on some 10 million voters’ fingernails. As we can see, there are a lot of grey hairs, moustaches, beards and eyebrows within the EC and BN. Maybe someone had the idea of having a permanent dye, you know! Isn’t it rather tempting with the idea of permanent black hair for a younger outlook? It can help to have more ‘personal friends’ right?

    http://adamscreek.blogspot.com/2008/03/ec-ink-dilemma-imported-from-india.html

  14. hutchrun says:

    So what happen to the ink now? Now, I have to question whether the ink is truly imported from India for RM 2.4 million. Or was some black ink bought from some local stationery store for RM2.40 per bottle and the rest of the money goes into someone’s pocket. ACA, check the EC!

    Maybe they are truly bought in from India but not indelible ink. Or maybe they are after all truly indelible ink from India and also bought with the price of RM 2.4 million. However, someone thinks it can be put into better use than on some 10 million voters’ fingernails. As we can see, there are a lot of grey hairs, moustaches, beards and eyebrows within the EC and BN. Maybe someone had the idea of having a permanent dye, you know! Isn’t it rather tempting with the idea of permanent black hair for a younger outlook? It can help to have more ‘personal friends’ right?

    adamscreek.blogspot.com/2008/03/ec-ink-dilemma-imported-from-india.html

  15. Ink Ink Ink says:

    Sllone “tagline” reminds me of Fist of Fury (M’sian version – Ink of Fury) where Bruce Lee forced the Japanese to eat the “Weak Man of Asia” paper. Maybe Malaysians can join forces and force certain people (the Msian public knows who lah) to drink all the indelible ink and they must drink the ink in public too. It would be a lesson to those idiots not to waste public money anymore and try to fool Malaysians. This is what accountable means. Also, the event (Ink of Fury) should sell some extra newpapers for Wong Chun Wai.

  16. hutchrun says:

    And that reminds me of Catch-22:

    In another venture, Minderbinder corners the market on Egyptian cotton. Then he finds that he can’t sell off the bumper crop for conventional use in textiles. He approaches Catch-22’s central character, Yossarian, and asks him to taste something soft, round and brown.

    “What is it?” Yossarian asks, while taking a bite.

    “Chocolate-covered cotton,” Milo replies. Yossarian gags, spits and asks, “Have you gone crazy?”

    To which Milo responds, “Give it a chance … it can’t be that bad.”

    “It’s even worse,” Yossarian says.

    Later, Milo tries one more time. “I was joking,” he says. “It’s really cotton candy, delicious cotton candy.”

    But no matter what he calls it, it’s still indigestible.

  17. Devan says:

    Correct! Correct! Correct! The Top 4 Liars are the PM, EC Chairman, IGP, AG. Full of twisting and turning facts.
    LIARS …..LIARS……LIARS….
    Now who is going to investigate this group of STOOGES!
    Can some of our LEGAL EAGLES file a suit against these 4 stooges and get the whole fiasco straightened out???

  18. […] 1) Susan Loone:  48,000 bottles of ink down Pak Lah’s throat […]

  19. hutchrun says:

    Something is fishy. I felt Nazri was like ” go find out from EC la!” . Isn’t this EC under the PM’s Department and all this while Nazri has no problem in answering question raised related to EC?

    I did try to find out the whereabout of the indelible ink which cost our money RM 2.4 million. Although I did raise it during my debate, he did not reply and insisted that I ask next time.
    http://pokuan.blogsome.com/2008/05/22/211/

    So, where`s that ink? Was it the right ink even? Could be someone`s pockets were lined.

  20. Richard says:

    Depriving Malaysians of a free and fair election is something very serious and must not be taken lightly. It is a crime against all the voters in Malaysia. I’m sure those guilty will not be punished.

    Without free and fair election, rakyat’s choice of government may never be formed. Malaysia will be forever under BN government even if majority wants PR. It will forever leaving the country in the dark with judiaciary issue, ISA, no freedom of media, speech, etc. Doesn’t anyone angry with unfair election?

  21. hutchrun says:

    Doesn’t anyone angry with unfair election? – Richard

    BN isn`t angry. They are proud of it. And badawi`s still PM with his Najis Deputy.

  22. Richard says:

    Doesn’t voters who wish to have better gov, get angry with continuous unfair elections to deny their choice?

  23. caravanserai says:

    The ink dancing
    The fingers pointing
    The shadow play just begun
    The end shows hardly a surprise?

    The 4 messengers
    Gang it up to concoct a story
    Now the script tattering
    The small Brutus playing his game

    Police report made
    Let an independent officer investigates
    Let there be transparency and accountability
    Otherwise a file on ‘insufficient evidence’

    This is what will likely happen
    The police can’t investigate
    There is no green light to go in
    The indelible ink of 48,000 bottles
    The sun will take it up
    And the 4 messengers walk away coolly
    Under the camouflage of shades and shadows

    The PM, IGP, AG and EC
    They better tell the truth
    Finger pointing isn’t the way
    Tell the people why it happens?

    The shadow play
    The small Brutus makes his way
    The 48,000 bottles shaking their heads
    Don’t let us be prisoners; let us go out and dance
    Under the hot sun………………

  24. Alexander says:

    Very disturbing

    Waste waste waste !!!!!!!

    In Oil Palm estate awang 1,000 Rapid KL buses lying idle RM 500 million !!!

    Selangor RM 35 billion investment, only 6% successful !!!!

    Ink RM 2.4 million, mana sekarang ???????

    Penang PGCC, Batu Kawan, RM 3 Billion wang ehsan , vaporised ??!!!!!!???

    What else they still want to say lagi ???!!!!????, Malu lah. If I were them, better turn in an Ostrich, buried head intoo the Sahara desert.

    Rubbish, rubbish rubbish …… !!!!

  25. wanadoo says:

    If you live in a glass house you don’t throw stone, now The Mamak is out of the BN glass palace he can throw anything……..sure roboh

  26. Richard says:

    Alexander – you should be more angry with unfair election!
    Unfair election is what could cause all the wastage you mentioned! Without fair election how can a good government of the rakyat choice be formed. In short it causes those corruptions, wastage, and everything we dislike.

  27. sandyow says:

    Even without the ink, there is still a “tsunami” which happened in the last elections, resulting in Pakatan Rakyat winning 5 states. That itself also gave shock to everyone, and to label the elections unfair, well to what extent I dont know. Because if the BN really wanted to be “unfair” they’d probably let BN win big as always but that is not the case.

    Ink or not, it is also time for the winners of last elections (Pakatan or BN or whatever) to focus on working and delivering their promises. If there indeed is a by elections soon, let the people decide for themselves whether they want the same people up there or not.

    Police report against Musa the police chief? A little ironic isnt it? What’d expect that would change anything? COME on!

  28. Richard says:

    sandyow, it is believed that PR has formed gov if the 12th GE was fair election. I think it was written in Malaysiakini and other blogs.

    As for whether PR deliver their promise or not or what has it achieved, like someone has remarked – as long as it’s intention is good and working hard towards it, I personally don’t mind. Like what Dr. M said, not everyone loves PR but they dislike BN. Do we have an alternative?

  29. Billau Chris says:

    Sometime, somewhere; but certainly not somehow, I posited on this blog some weeks back a searching question to the EC Chief, Dato’ Rashid, to provide the official response whether the present electoral system guaranteed the secrecy of the voters. Obviously, it had fallen into deaf ears; of which, political appointees are most capable.

    Now a related question has surfaced. What happened to the indelible ink that was supposed to be used at the last general election and which painfully cost the tax-payers a sum of RM2.4 milion. Was it drained into the Kalang River or replaced by some other stationery items as was reported immediately after the election on 8 March 2008.

    More questions now appear –

    1) Why the PM proposed to stop the usage of the said ink?

    2) If the ink was used, would it affect certain results in certain constituencies?

    3) How would the said ink prevent double or multiple voting?
    Would this not be to the BN advantages?

    4) Was the unit price for a bottle of ink? RM50/- per bottle!

    5) Was the price inflated? ACA please check.

    6) Who was the supplier? Was the supplier related to any of the political leaders? And , how?

    Now that a report had been lodged against the quartet, let us now sit back and await the operation of law.

  30. Alexander says:

    ya Richard . you are right

    lets see now how these 4 bananas going to explain the INK Issue.

    The whole Malaysia is watching them closely in the next few days.

    May be at the end, all answers are stupid. I predicted

  31. wits0 says:

    “Meanwhile the ex culture vulture wants calm..”

    What makes him think that everyone is excited or that everyone is a soccer fan? He just need to make some noise in the Press to signal that he’s alive.

  32. NO ISA! says:

    People will argue to the 40 000 bottles facts unless you come out with pictures…. Nowdays not many people believe in bloggers unless the pictures is showing the title of the bloggers` writing….

  33. hutchrun says:

    2) If the ink was used, would it affect certain results in certain constituencies? – Billau Chris

    SINGAPORE: De facto opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim claimed that the Election Commission’s (EC) decision to cancel the use of indelible ink five days before the March 8 general election had caused the opposition coalition to lose 15 seats.

    He also alleged that the manipulation of postal votes cost the opposition another 10 seats.

    http://www.theedgedaily.com/cms/content.jsp?id=com.tms.cms.article.Article_a087bc90-cb73c03a-18bbf550-dfc208a4

  34. Richard says:

    alexander, I’m sure all the answers will be accepted and no action be taken. Unfair election is what can enable BN to form gov forever and to do whatever they like as they are gov.

  35. hutchrun says:

    Betcha no action on this too:

    Two police reports have been lodged against an officer of DBKL, En Azlan bin Abdullah, at the Balai Polis Wangsa Maju this afternoon for 1) the continuing criminal demolition of private property; and 2) his criminal abuse of power and defiance of order from his superior to stop acting outside of his duties.

    The two police reports are: WMAJU/005428/08 (12.49 pm); WMAJU/005430/08 (1.41 pm)
    https://sloone.wordpress.com/2008/05/23/48000-bottles-of-ink-down-pak-lahs-throat/#comments

  36. hutchrun says:

    Meanwhile, unlike in Karpal`s case, the police have been unable to locate the PM to get a statement from him on the police report against him at Dang Wangi station for sedition.

  37. hutchrun says:

    hutchrun Says: May 23, 2008 at 11:44 am

    Ooops! wrong link there. The right one is:
    http://zorro-zorro-unmasked.blogspot.com/2008/05/this-is-dbkl-goon.html

  38. hutchrun says:

    hutchrun Says: May 23, 2008 at 11:44 am

    Ooops! wrong link there. The right one is:
    zorro-zorro-unmasked.blogspot.com/2008/05/this-is-dbkl-goon.html

  39. donplaypuks says:

    I raised this issue on 11th March 2008 in my blog “True & Fair Elections?’ at http:donplaypuks.blogspot.com.

    From the evasive answers given by Nazi in parliament yesterday, I think we can now assume that the 48,000 bottles of India Ink costing RM 2.4 million was never ordered, and therefore never delivered/received in M’sia, unless the EC chief offers physical evidence, cerified by the Auditor General.

    There has probably been a huge cover up and bloggers & MP’s should kep hammering away until the liars and cheats have een truly exposed, prosecuted and put behind bars!!

  40. donplaypuks says:

    It is also pure bullshit and utter nonsense that a Constitutional Amendment would be necessary to use INdia Ink. This is clearly a administration/procedural matter and voters cannot refuse to vote by objecting to India Ink being marked on their fingers.

    This would be like saying that at the polling booth, the voters rights will be affected if they are ask to produce their IC for verification and they can also object to th etype of pen used to place a X on the ballot paper. These procedural matters do not require Constitutional Amendment.

    The AG, EC CHief & Govt are clearly trying to cover up for a very huge mistake, and that is likely to be that the India Ink was never ordered in the first place!!

  41. donplaypuks says:

    It is utter rubbish and nonsense that a Constitutional Amendmend would be required for voters to have India Ink marked on their fingers.

    The requirement to produce one’s IC and use the pens supplied by the EC at the pollong booths is an administrative and procedural matter that does not require approval by Constitutional Amenedmend. Likewise, India Ink.

    It is therefore very likely that the EX Chief, AG & Govt are trying to cover up a huge balls up. And you can see this from the evasive answers given in Parliament by Nazri.

    Keep banging away Susan until we have liars and chaets behind bars!!

  42. Billau Chris says:

    Thanks Hutchrun for providing the answer to one of my questions on whether withdrawal of the indelible ink would have an impact on the election results.

    If what Dato’ Seri Annuar claimed was true that the withdarwal had caused his party to lose 15 seats, then it is a worthwhile proposition to fight on if he has the evidence up his sleeves.

    Coupled with the postal manipulation that caused another loss of 10 seats, PR is within reach of taking control of the Government with certain cross-over of some unhappy Sabahans and BN MPs.

    Let us look forward to see what is going to happen next.

  43. kcee says:

    Since the EC chairman and Umno decided to withdraw the use of inks they should then be held accountable to redeem the Malaysian Taxpayers for the 2.4 miilion spent. Therefore would suggest that the salaries of the EC chairman and Umno MPs be deducted proportionately according to their take home pay. Also the EC chairman should be taken to court for not being independent, that the constitution clearly requires impartiality on the role of the EC.

  44. Maverick says:

    OCTOPUSSY :
    I truly believe there is an element of bulldust all over it and why aren’t the cops swinging from trees to trees concerning this case. Ain’t they always blow their trumpet that no one is above the law and when it comes to someone not from their camp the law comes swiftly on them. Mana bolih macam ini tak adil lah!!!!!!!!!!!!

  45. Thinkvision says:

    Everyone is laying that’s what this is….

    When PM said the cabinet had decided, did he meant: he and his advisers had decided? It seems that most if not all his cabinet members do not know about this decision, including their closest bed partner, the drowning MCA.

    When the PM said he was only suggesting the cabinet decision to EC Chief, did he meant to imply that the process of election in this country is a joke anyway, and therefore it does not warrant any in-depth discussion with the EC chief on the usage of the indelible ink. A suggestion will do.

    I could only image the conversation between these 2 educated gentlemen that goes along this line: “You suka guna, gunalah, tak guna pun takpa.” “Pengundi-pengundi semuanya memang bodoh, boleh ditipu selalu.” “You are the MAN!” “OK, Boss!.” And they were having this conversation while shitting in their respective cubicle in the toilet. It’s such an insignificant event that nobody really remembers what happened. Since it’s such a vague exchange of words, that’s why both this gentlemen are pointing fingers at each other now. They could only remember wiping their ass while staring blindly onto Miss March center-spread. So we shouldn’t blame them. Ini semua Miss March punya pasal.

    And we also have to congratulate the AG, EC Chief and the Police Chief for the ensuing drama to convince the voters that there really is a public threat of using the indelible ink. Imagine a stage where a staged press conference is being held. Those stager of the staged press conference should be nominated for an Oscar for “Best staged political drama ever staged.”

    Spielberg could even make a best-selling documentary out of this ‘shit’ called “ink-in-loo.” Those imbeciles could ink their movie contract with the RM2.4M indelible ink left over from their ink-gate fiasco. It certainly could very well be the waterloo for those marred by the ink! Unless, …………… they sacrifice ‘one’ by drowning him in the sea of black-indelible-ink.

  46. surferboon says:

    Why not do a People’s audit? Malaysiakini’s reporter to interview Rashid and grill him properly as it was reported that the ink was bought, arrived, awaiting distribution and suddenly a point of law came into the picture and the ink scrapped. After the scrapping, the EC said that the ink can be sold off. Later, EC said can turn it as barter trade and after that nothing was heard until Rashid said its under cabinet directive that it should not be used.

    Now if the ink was really bought, can the EC or whoever pays the money account for it ie the remittance to the Indian party, the shipping documents, packing list, the clearing, the receiving by the EC and show us the stock. If disposed to whom and where and when and what about the proceeds of RM2.4 mil or the distress sale value.

    Now the EC and cabinet is not on so good terms, can the EC also spill to the People on the changing of electrol broundry’s, 120 year old voters etc. etc that all these are at the behest of the powers.

    To all the people in the Election Commission, Do you have a conscience, if one of you have it please say it out and you will definitely sleep better and enjoy life and not afraid of shadows as one of this fine days, the cabinet will throw you to the dogs where you will have to fend for yourselves. Just remember, the People are your friends, you are one of us, the cabinet uses you and will dump you when they feel you are irrelevant like they said to Rashid that it was a suggestion only. Lu mati lu punya pasal.

    It is now to C.Y.A and not theirs (C=cover Y=your A=Arse)

  47. kai says:

    It appaers that Malaysia has lost the tiny island to Singapore called Pedra Branca (by the Singapore).

  48. hutchrun says:

    Yeah. Gani Patail looked like a whipped boy sitting at the court with his arms crossed and sulking.
    By tomorrow TDM will be tearing Badawi, Gani Patail, Syed Hamid Albar and rais Yatim for poor preparation. He`ll claim during his time he dint let go of Sipadan to Indonesia.

  49. hutchrun says:

    `..why aren’t the cops swinging from trees to trees concerning this case..`

    Obviously cos the IGP himself is involved. By right ACA should be investigating him for corruption of power too.

  50. hutchrun says:

    It is utter rubbish and nonsense that a Constitutional Amendmend would be required for voters to have India Ink marked on their fingers.

    The requirement to produce one’s IC and use the pens supplied by the EC at the pollong booths is an administrative and procedural matter that does not require approval by Constitutional Amenedmend. Likewise, India Ink.
    – donplaypuks

    I think you are very right. This sort of thing is definitely not one of requiring a Constitutional Amendment. That EC bloke is taking everyone for a ride with that rubbish.
    He should be called to strict proof on that malarkey.

  51. Khairy Kemulutin says:

    We can all help this quartet.

    Get a copy of the same report, change the date and I suggest some of us that have some time in hand to lodge similar reports all over Malaysia.

    See what the police do with the report.

    One person report against RPK, police came immediately!!! without even an iota of evidence.

    What is this? Let’s give them a hard time can we?

  52. david says:

    If this is China, I guarantee that all of the ministers in BN will face the firing squad.
    Lucky for them to be Malaysia.

  53. hutchrun says:

    The recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Lingam video has once again turned the spotlight on the Attorney General, and the awesome powers wielded by an unelected and unaccountable person. Members of the Bar may be interested to read the following article that was published in the August 1983 issue of INSAF, when Mahathir was the Prime Minister, Musa Hitam the Home Minister, Abu Talib the Attorney General and Hanif Omar the Inspector General. Readers have to form their own opinion on whether the events of the last 25 years support the argument that much of the Attorney General’s powers must be removed, and whether he should be elected to the Dewan Rakyat or at least appointed a Senator, and thereby accountable to Parliament (and the people).

    http://www.malaysianbar.org.my/opinions/comments/the_attorney_general_the_most_powerful_person_in_malaysia_.html

  54. Deol Abdul says:

    The next time police stops me for speeding, I will tell him I am a UMNO member. Maybe he will give me RM10 and apologize for stopping me.

  55. Mahathir the longkang leader. says:

    Aiyo, use the ink to paint all the UMNO members ass loh!

  56. Pegasus says:

    The black ink has left a huge black mark on the quartet but this was waiting to come. These idiots should be thrown behind bars for the part they had in bringing the country to the knees with their despicable act. They have suppress justice and flown their arrogance around the rakyat. The opposition would have won the 12 GE easily with the black ink introduction,but justice have been denied to the people, the whole set should be arrested immediately and thrown into the slammer.

  57. Payback Time says:

    Agree with all bloggers out there.. this gang of 4 are answerable..for making our bolehland the laughing stock of the world. I got a feeling they could have diverted the ink to utusan to publish their propaganda..NIAMAH!!!

  58. Pak Kassim says:

    The government is not giving the public/voters credible reasons for cancelling the use of indelible ink in the 12th GE. Evidence available is more than enough for the citizens to file a complaint to court. The Pakatan Rakyat should apply the pressure so that the rakyat can have the TRUTH.

  59. danet7882 says:

    Ink or no ink let’s have another round of General Election.. Don’t lecture me about the cost(RM) cause the cost(RM) will be lesser than those what those goons have taken…. Why not suggest an independent EC and pay them about RM100million as professional fees, well we do have the tendency to pay commision right, Mr Nagib? well RM500million++ also can pay why not RM100million, peanuts, right? Get the EC from Britain since we are commonwealth member.. probably can still get 20% discount, hehehe…
    Give the ‘rakyat’ 3 months to reregister as voter, 1 month for preparation of election then 2 days for election.. don’t worry about the fraud, we use printed material like the one british is using..
    RM100million ‘pao’ printing material… cheap….

    why we need to resort to this, cause we don’t trust anyone but ourselves..
    the current government can’t produce transparency…..

  60. kesava says:

    According to Jeffrey who is also Sabah PKR deputy chief, the first batch of Barisan MPs to join Pakatan will take place either at the end of May or early next month.

    This would be followed by those in the peninsula, he said, adding that Sarawak MPs would be the last to follow suit.

    http://bolehjokes.blogspot.com/2008/05/bolehland-daily-anwar-says-it-again-we.html

  61. Pegasus says:

    Can’t wait for Pakatan Rakyat to form the government,hopefully they live up to our expectations or else its the boots for them later…

  62. tamade says:

    The indelible ink fiasco only highlights the rotten culture of cronyism and poor governance among SPR, UMNO and police. If the police is impartial, they have to act fast, if the AG is sincere, he has to act immediately or else he must resign from public office, if the UMNO Nazri is honest and accountable, he must not hide behind the bush in addressing the opposition MPs. If the SPR Rashid still has conscience, he must reveal the truth, nothing but the truth. If no one is willing to accept the responsibility, then Rashid, Nazri, Musa and all cabinet ministers must be surcharged for squandering the RAKYAT’s blood and sweat money, and their salary must be cut to compensate the millions of ringgit involved.

  63. hutchrun says:

    August 14, 2007 – The black ink from India, which would cost less than one million ringgit, would be applied on a voter’s left forefinger, the paper said.
    http://www.deccanherald.com/Content/Aug142007/foreign2007081419086.asp?section=scrollingnews

    February 23rd, 2008 – The indelible ink, costing over RM 2million, will make its first appearance in a general election here.
    http://www.topnews.in/malaysian-poll-body-requisitions-47-000-bottles-indian-indelible-ink-221864

    Between August `07 and Feb `08 someone has made the difference of more than RM1 million.
    The reason for the conflicting statements is `cos the thieves are fighting over the spoils.

  64. hutchrun says:

    August 14, 2007 – The black ink from India, which would cost less than one million ringgit, would be applied on a voter’s left forefinger, the paper said.
    deccanherald.com/Content/Aug142007/foreign2007081419086.asp?section=scrollingnews

    February 23rd, 2008 – The indelible ink, costing over RM 2million, will make its first appearance in a general election here.
    topnews.in/malaysian-poll-body-requisitions-47-000-bottles-indian-indelible-ink-221864

    Between August `07 and Feb `08 someone has made the difference of more than RM1 million.
    The reason for the conflicting statements is `cos the thieves are fighting over the spoils.

  65. hutchrun says:

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  66. hutchrun says:

    Indelible Ink (Voters Ink) For Elections

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  67. Kesava says:

    If can find out which Indian company supply the ink then make a report to the Indian Gigh Commission for possible tax evasion by the indian company which may have been doing `double invoicing` to evade taxes.
    India very strict on this tax evasion. Like that semua will bocor, and EC chairman tak boleh lari lagi.

  68. ktteokt says:

    AAB and the EC chief are probably “toasting” with the ink at every dinner or do they prefer to have baths with the ink, so that they can “disguise” themselves to hide from the shame they have committed.

  69. tommycol says:

    Like to know where’s the ink? so , the IGP / AG / ACA told AAB ~RELEK , with so much pollution in our river ,the ppl can nv tell the difference !!

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