According to PKR information chief, Tian Chua, ex-Gerakan’s MP and Penang state ex-co Toh Kin Woon visited the Permatang Pauh operations centre yesterday at 6.30pm.

He expressed his support for Pakatan and Anwar Ibrahim.

He urged Permatang Pauh voters to support Anwar.

He also said that for those who support multi-racial politics, Barisan Nasional is already out of fashion.

Are we seeing another cross over soon?

Whatever it is, welcome on board to multi-racial politics, Dr. Toh!

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78 responses »

  1. kittykat46 says:

    Toh Kin Woon has been the voice of conscience in Gerakan for some years now.
    Gerakan, especially Koh Tsu Koon, has chosen to sideline him, as what he had to say was “inconvenient”. I think its a matter of time before he quits or is fired.

  2. now thing’s started to get really interesting.
    Dr.Koh might get another shocking surprise soon, he lost Penang… will he lost gerakan?

  3. matt says:

    Sloone gerakan already irrelevant after mac 8 so is mic,mca and the sinking umno.Await these pp election results for a new MALAYSIA.

  4. KSK is still dreaming with his saliva running down on his pillow.

  5. wits0 says:

    It takes a spine somewhat to have that voice of conscience. KTK doesn’t, never have that in him. Gerakan will become a an irrelevant and useless memory.

  6. RKP says:

    There is surely more to all these. In just a matter of time, we will see the impossible happen. More and more will abandon the sinking ship.They will know its not worth the effort saving the ship, when it is fast approaching the rocks and a disintegrating shipwreck.

    Jump off, if you are smart!! or you will drown,suffocate and pass off forever!!

  7. gregwar says:

    Toh Kin Woon has always been consistent in his views regarding justice and fair play even when he was in the State Exco. Often this has been in conflict with his “boss” and others in Gerakan. But Kin Woon never bothered about this. He believed that as a leader he was elected to serve the people and not to lord over them. As for crossing over I am not sure that he will because as he said in the interview in Malaysiakini he only supports the movement that Anwar is leading and I think for the moment that will suffice.

  8. Badrol says:

    I think it is a certainty that many bn leaders will join pakatan as son as dsai is announced the winner in the bye election. They are all playing it safe by keeping quiet for now.

  9. Edi神 says:

    never trust those who jump ship

    they can jump anytime!

  10. tan, tanjong bungah says:

    Hi everyone,

    It was reported today that 80% of the Perak Gerakan delegates at their State Delegates Conference asked the party to leave BN. Apart from Dr. Toh K W, a very respected politician, the on the ground feelings amongst Gerakan members is that they should leave BN as BN has still not got the message of the 12 GE that their politics based on race is getting more and more irrelevant! Dr KSK is still in self-denial of the grassroots feelings of his party members!

    There is practically no news in the MSM about Dr Toh’s call to the Ptg Pauh voters to support PKR in the by-election. Would Gerakan now issue a show-cause letter to Dr Toh? What about BN’s response to this call by Dr Toh?

    Or, are there waiting to postpone any decision until after Aug 26? Just like their dilly-dallying in postponing their decision on the stand of SAPP!

  11. ktteokt says:

    That is why KSK is still an “Acting Chairman” of Gerakan! And man, is he “ACTING”!!!!!

  12. politicanalyst says:

    Perhaps he is another person paid by ANWAR to sabotage the Gerakan’s party. He should just move to PKR rather than poisoning other people to follow his footstep. Go on your own Toh Kin Woon, don’t disturb other people.

  13. Phua Kai Lit says:

    Hats off to Dr Toh!

    A true public intellectual.

  14. wandererAUS says:

    It is important to note, Dr Toh has made a point…to support Anwar.
    Joining PKR will be his personal decision but, it will be fantastic if he jumped on board.

  15. Patek1472 says:

    Nostrdamus Predictions on Possibilities In Malaysia.
    Ramalan Nostradamus atas Kemungkinan-kemungkinan di Malaysia.

    1. Is it possible that DSAI wins the Permatang Pauh elections and become the next Chief Minister of Penang as a stepping stone to becoming Prime Minister?
    Adakah mungkinnya DSAI memenangi pilihan raya Permatang Pauh dan menjadi Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang sebelum menjadi Perdana Menteri?

    2. Is it possible that DSAB resign as PM of Malaysia after the Permatang Pauh elections and handover to DSNTR earlier than expected?
    Adakah mungkinnya DSAB meletak jawatan sebagai PM Malaysia selepas pilihan raya Permatang Pauh dan menyerahkannya kepada DSNTR lebih awal dari jangkaan?

    3. Is it possible that UMNO and PKR will combine to form a new party?
    Adakah mungkinnya UMNO dan PKR akan bergabung untuk membentuk sebuah parti baru?

    4. Is it possible that all other component parties of BN without UMNO will combine with PKR to form a new party?
    Adakah mungkinnya parti-parti komponen BN lain kecuali UMNO akan bergabung dengan PKR untuk membentuk sebuah parti baru?

    5. Is it possible that PKR and PAS will combine to form a new party?
    Adakah mungkinnya PKR dan PAS akan bergabung untuk membentuk sebuah parti baru?

    6. Is it possible that PKR, DAP and HINDRAF will combine to form a new party?
    Adakah mungkinnya PKR,DAP dan HINDRAF akan bergabung untuk membentuk sebuah parti baru.

    7. Is it possible that TDM and all other Little Napoleons knows of these possibilities and are preparing to migrate?
    Adakah mungkinnya TDM dan semua “Little Napoleons” mengetahui kemungkinan-kemungkinan ini dan sedang bersedia untuk berhijrah?

    8. Is it possible that DSAI is charged and disqualified as Member of Parliament after winning the Permatang Pauh election?
    Adakah mungkinnya DSAI didakwa dan tidak layak sebagai Ahli Parlimen selepas memenangi pilihan raya Permatang Pauh?

    9. Is it possible that there will be another by election in Selangor or Perak?
    Adakah kemungkinan ada pilihan raya kecil semula di Selangor atau Perak?

    To be continued…….
    Akan disambung……

  16. High time BN has to disban.The parties inside BN are all espousing racial politics.They matter their own race rather than the interest of the Nation.Such are their behaviour that corruption has become so pervasive and endemic with this administration.Nothing is good with their policies either.
    I believe strongly that a muti racial party like PKR can only save Malaysia from going to the road like Burma and Zimbabwe!Majority of Malaysians believe that the Malaysia promised by Tunku ABdul Rahman is slipping away from them.

  17. wandererAUS says:


    Don’t you respect freedom of speech anymore. If you cannot accept different views in life, you are just an ignorant ass. Another licking lapdog of UMNO!

  18. Toh kim Woon is wise to leave Gerakan and BN.
    Look at this administration, they have nothing to say in TV and MSM but Saiful and sodomy!!
    Dear Prime Minister, you seem to have lost control of the administration by lowering yourself to this smut!We want to listen from you how are we to improve our economy not Saiful.I am fed up!!!Sodomy, corruption, ISA, Murder…what about the man on the street waiting for the Government to address their problems??

  19. Banker says:

    Mr Toh is a good man in the wrong ship. I fully support him to cross over, but do not think the opportunist in Perak is good.

  20. Kherry Scarry says:

    Yes !! Toh Kim Woon

    Besides intellectual, a person that dares to speak up……

    Good on ya……

  21. Banker says:

    Oh, i know both of them personally.

  22. matt says:

    cinta malaysia don;t you know we are on auto pilot with peem like this semua bolih.As you said the poor man on street is regarded as a non issue but for shitpool he has things to say.

  23. choongs says:

    “Harimau mati meninggalkan belang, manusia mati meninggalkan nama “

  24. ‘Harimau mati meninggalkan belang, Altantuya mati meninggalkan Najib’

  25. kayangsari says:

    Gerakan must take immediate action against Dr. Toh Kin Woon. This is a clear act and mark of a traitor. Where is your loyalty, Dr. Toh? Shame on you.

  26. yh says:

    when Anwar was incacerated in 1998, he was the first person from Gerakan to visit him in jail. All his senior colleagues from Gerakan avoided Anwar like a plaque. When asked about the visit, Dr Toh replied was simple. Anwar is a friend and will always remain so despite his ouster from UMNO.
    To that, Dr Toh, you will always have my respect.

  27. choongs says:

    Traitor not!
    “Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia, Parti Gerakan for short, has since its founding in 1968, been committed to the pursuit of a non-ethnic approach as the basis of its political struggle, be it in politics, economics, education and culture. Parti Gerakan has never relented, and will never relent, in our struggle for a truly Malaysian non-racial approach towards the attainment of a united, secular and socially just Malaysia, though the forms and modes of struggle can vary according to changing circumstances. This was the line of our party’s founding fathers. It remains our line to-day. It will be our line tomorrow. This consistency and steadfastness in our party’s commitment to the non-ethnic approach are premised on the belief that there is a large section of our society whose political consciousness is Malaysian, and want political representation as Malaysians.” – Parti Gerakan website.

  28. bamboo river says:

    So, saliva spitting Can Yak no comment on this ?
    Or his mouth already dried up?
    Slowly but surely members from the component parties of BN is going to move out and joint PKR. Starting from Gerakan ( first to membuat Gerakan ke Arah pangkal jalan) follow suit by PPP ( Progressive People towards PKR) and later MIC ( Mass Immigration for Change) and MCA ( Must Change Already) That if DSAI become the PM of Malaysia.

    What about our brothers and sisters in Sabah and Sarawak?
    Any takers?

  29. ANg Kong says:

    Dear Susan,

    should we hav a countdown counter to 16/9 on this blog?

  30. tan, tanjong bungah says:

    Hi kayangsari,

    Dr Toh is no traitor to his party’s ideals which is supposed to be on a social platform and multi-racialism.

    He has been consistently vocal on past and present issues and practices of BN which go against this multiracialism stand of his and that of his party.

    The other Gerakan leaders have for a very long, long time used the excuse that the party is ‘the conscience within BN’. They have been silent on issues and practices of BN which are contrary to their party’s ideals. They only use the excuse of being a conscience of BN for fear that speaking out would result in what they stand to lose and what they may not continue to gain in future, whereas Dr Toh was unafaid that he might lose his Pg State Exco post!

    The people of Pg have spoken loud and clear on what they think of these Gerakan leaders. They have been white-washed on 8 March, 2008 and yet, these leaders are still in self-denial mode!

  31. matt says:

    yh if what you say is true it means this man has principles and such man must be included in the future govt.

  32. wits0 says:

    In some ways, Gerakan is even more irritating than MCA like its incalcitrant indulgence with that barefaced hypocrisy of fake multi culturalism. It is as fake as they come.

  33. pp voter says:

    Aiya! All this politicians like to jump here jump there. Ask them to jump into Penang Ocean better lah! He he he he…..

    “Any doctrine of group activities that does not recognize individual rights is a doctrine of mob rule or legalized lynching… A nation that violates the rights of its own citizens cannot claim any rights whatsoever. In the issue of rights, as in all moral issues, there can be no double standard.”

  34. wits0 says:

    Well, Mahakutty was the one who pushes for “Eastern Values” which meant mainly that individualism is bad while conformity is virtuous! Perverted values are made from these sorts of false bumno pronouncements and promotions. It wasn’t that this began with him but he was the one to attempt to write that in stone and enshrine that openly for perpetuity. We say, “rubbish!”

  35. chaiong says:

    I believe that the captain of a sinking ship will be the last one to leave ! KTK will be the last one to leave GERAKAN and join PKR! The Crew in Perak will join PKR soon, even before 26-8-08! I hope so!

  36. Menyalak-er says:

    Gerakan was for years led by a spittle spewer, who’s materialistic to the core, wits0. The true intellectuals, who understood multiculturism and conflict resolution were treated like lepers. It was never democratic in its truest form, being arse lickers since its conception. Well, the ‘lepers’ are now doing what should have been done a long time ago, but don’t hold our breath.
    I can’t even bring myself to pronounce the initials of that other ‘unmentionable’ party – It’s just so abhorrent!

  37. wits0 says:

    The Gerakan spittle spewer(ex MCA fortune hunter ler) actually spewed foul smelling saliva all around in any press conference, it seems, according to reporters at the scene. Those nearest him have to run to take a bath. He has had the audacity also to attempt that dynastic thing with his HP 6 son whose name in Cantonese sound like the solid stuff collected in baby diapers. T’was so gratifying to see that dude soundly thrashed.

  38. witso,
    The pressmen must be very happy indeed that he no longer give press conferences!

  39. Operasi Anjing says:

    Warning Warning!!! Operasi Anjing ie Dari Belakang seems to be taking effect. Malaysia would be renamed LiwatLand…………. It’s your choice!!!

  40. sklee says:

    Dr.Toh Kin Woon has always been a courageous and principled politician.He is widely respected by all in civil society.I hope his open support for DSAI will help to influence others in Gerakan who are still undecided to pull Gerakan out of BN.Its about time for Gerakan to make the move if it really believes in what it is fighting for…..a democratic multiracial Malaysia where everyone is an anak Malaysia !

  41. bangsa Cina Malaysia says:


    the chinese are 100% solidly supporting DSAI to be the next PM of Malaysia.

    to my malay and indian friends
    come let us together show and prove our solidarity and rally
    behind DSAI.

    forget about saiful sinful or whatever fool .

    just go all out and vote DSAI your MP and our next PM of all Malaysian.

    long live DSAI and may god bless you and your family.


  42. RKP says:

    What would you do if your life becomes uncertain, when you are caught in the open seas in a big thunderstorm and the ship you are in will be hitting shipwreck anytime?

    Suddenly, you saw a ‘ray’ of hope-another ship passing by. Would you dare say you do not want to ‘jump ship’ knowing well that you are at risk of loosing your life if you remain in that distress and duress ship?

    Pakatan Rakyat is that ship named ‘ray of hope’ for Malaysians to escape hitting shipwreck.

  43. There’s nothing like being true to yourself
    Being free to take yourself off the shelf
    No cares or worries anymore about compromise
    Answerable only to ownself and own promise

    (C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 180808
    Mon. 18th Aug. 2008.

  44. blueMoon says:

    From my information on the ground Indian are 100% behind Anwar in PP….Malays please wake -up…..

  45. kittykat46 says:

    Latest news at 5.30 pm – Toh has quit Gerakan.

  46. tony says:

    Gerakan has forego their founding principles since joining BN. It was formed as an alternative to the Alliance Party but in the end it goes the other way. All these years the members and most of them are refugees from MCA was quite happy to be part of the BN until the last general election. looks like they suddenly woke up and felt that their princples and conscience has been directed at the wrong policitcal ideology.

  47. Badrol says:

    Ayo yo kayangsari, kelam kabut already ah?! Like I said earlier, many more will jump ship. Once dsai is confirmed the winner, the number bn mp jumping ship will more than 35, trust me. And then goodbye to paklah & co.

  48. Alias says:

    Asal usul Kontrak Sosial.

    Masa sebelum Negara kita merdeka dulu memang ramai pekerja-pekerja kontrak dari Negara China dan India datang ke Malaysia yang di bawa oleh kerajaan British untuk bekerja di lombong-lombong bijih dan ladang-ladang getah di Negara ini. Tetapi masa tu mereka tidaklah dipanggil sebagai pekerja kontrak.

    Memang sifat orang Melayu dari dulu lebih selesa menjadi ‘tuan’ mereka tidak berapa suka kerja sebagai buruh kontrak ni. Mungkin juga kerajaan British ketika itu bayar upah yang murah maka orang Melayu tak suka kerja seperti itu.

    Sama jugalah seperti masa sekarang ini, kerja-kerja pembinaan yang memerlukan tenaga tulang empat kerat, kerja-kerja yang bergaji murah seperti pelayan-pelayan kedai, membersih bangunan atau pejabat tidak diminati oleh rakyat tempatan.

    Oleh itu kerja-kerja seperti ini telah diambil alih oleh pendatang-pendatang dari luar seperti dari Indonesia, China, India, Bangladesh, Nepal dan Myanmar. Akhirnya ramailah pekerja-pekerja asing ini memenuhi Negara kita.

    Mereka ini datang dengan niat untuk bekerja bagi mendapatkan wang untuk dihantar balik bagi keperluan keluarga mereka yang ditinggalkan di kampung. Mereka yang datang bekerja ini juga tidak pernah memikirkan untuk terus tinggal menetap di Malaysia.

    Kehidupan mereka di sini sungguh ringkas sekali. Mereka makan sekadar yang boleh mengenyangkan, pakaian pun jarang berganti baru, tinggal di rumah kongsi, lebih baik sikit mungkin ada majikan yang menyewakan rumah untuk dikongsi beramai-ramai dan jauh sekalilah untuk membeli perabut-perabut mahal dan harta kekal kerana susah untuk dibawa balik ke Negara asal mereka nanti.

    Kecintaan mereka kepada Negara ini memang boleh dikatakan tidak ada, hati dan perasaan mereka hanyalah kepada Negara asal mereka sahaja.

    Kita sebagai warganegara dan rakyat tempatan tidak begitu selesa dengan kehadiran pendatang-pendatang asing ini. Resam dan budaya mereka jauh berbeza dengan kita. Sudah tentu kita tidak mahu kalau pekerja-pekerja asing ini diberikan taraf warganegara. Kita masih curiga dengan kesetiaan dan kecintaan mereka terhadap Negara ini.

    Suasana beginilah yang berlaku semasa menjelang Negara kita mencapai kemerdekaan dahulu. Masyarakat Melayu yang merupakan penduduk tempatan Malaya ketika itu sangsi dengan kesetiaan dan kecintaan orang-orang Cina dan India terhadap Negara ini yang kehadiran mereka sebelum itu hanya dianggap sebagai pekerja asing yang mencari wang di sini.

    Kebanyakan pekerja-pekerja Cina dan India ketika itu memang lahir di Negara asal mereka, mereka datang ke Malaya untuk bekerja bagi mendapatkan wang. Oleh itu memang tak dapat dinafikan kesetiaan dan kecintaan mereka kepada Negara asal itu masih tebal, Malaya hanyalah tempat mereka mencari makan sahaja.

    Tidak hairanlah kalau semasa penjajahan Jepun tahun 1941, ramai orang-orang Cina di Malaya dibunuh oleh Jepun kerana orang-orang Cina di Malaya ini juga dianggap sebagai warga Negara China. Di waktu itu Jepun juga berperang dengan Negara China.

    Apabila British menawarkan Merdeka kepada Malaya, British telah meletakkan syarat supaya orang-orang asing yang mereka bawa ke Malaya iaitu orang-orang Cina dan orang-orang India hendaklah diterima sebagai warganegara seperti orang Melayu, tentulah syarat yang dikenakan British ini amat berat untuk diterima oleh penduduk tempatan atau orang Melayu ketika itu.

    Samalah beratnya seperti kita hendak menerima pekerja-pekerja asing dari Indonesia, China, India, Bangladesh, Nepal dan Myanmar sekarang ini untuk menjadi warganegara Malaysia.

    Memang ada sebab untuk orang tempatan berasa bimbang kalau pendatang atau pekerja asing ini diberikan taraf warganegara, kerana khuwatir orang asing ini akan merampas hak-hak dan keistimewaan yang mereka miliki sebagai rakyat tempatan.

    Maka dari situlah lahirnya apa yang dinamakan ‘kontrak sosial’ yang telah dipersetujui antara pemimpin-pemimpin dari tiga kaum terbesar ini iaitu Melayu, China dan India bagi mencari jalan tengah bagi mengatasi masalah tersebut.

    Mengikut yang punya cerita, dari ‘kontrak sosial’ inilah lahirnya ‘ketuanan’ dan ‘keistimewaan’ orang-orang Melayu yang telah dipersetujui antara pemimpin-pemimpin kaum tadi.

    Kini kita telahpun 50 tahun merdeka, hampir semua orang Cina dan orang India yang menjadi warganegara Malaysia hari ini adalah lahir di bumi Malaysia ini. Kesetiaan dan kecintaan mereka kepada Malaysia memang tidak boleh disangsikan. Di sinilah tempat mereka dilahirkan dan disini jugalah tempat mereka mahu dikebumikan.

    Oleh itu ‘kontrak sosial’ yang pernah dipersetujui untuk suasana di masa yang lalu itu memang tidak relevan lagi. Kita tidak kira kaum seharusnya mempunyai hak yang sama, tidak ada siapa harus menjadi ‘tuan’ dan tidak ada siapa juga yang harus menjadi ‘hamba’. Kita bukan lagi berdepan dengan pekerja asing dari China dan dari India seperti sebelum merdeka dulu, tetapi sekarang kita berdepan dengan orang Cina dan India yang lahir di bumi ini.

    Kalau etnik Jawa, Minang, Banjar, Bugis telah boleh diterima setaraf warganegara Melayu lainnya, maka tidak ada sebab etnik Cina dan India tidak boleh mendapat taraf yang sama.

    Mungkin perbezaan adat dan agama menyebabkan kita sukar untuk bergaul antara satu sama lain, tetapi ini bukanlah sebab untuk kita membeza-bezakan hak-hak mereka melalui ‘kontrak sosial’ yang dikenakan kepada mereka tanpa mereka mengetahui justifikasi disebalik kewujudan ‘kontrak sosial’ itu.

  49. Anonymous says:

    News from NST,

    Police had concluded their investigation into the missing five kilogrammes of syabu from the Johor Criminal Investigation Department (CID) evidence room on July 31 with the arrest of two men in Jasin, Malacca on Friday.
    Johor police chief Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Shariff said the two suspects, aged 23 and 40 were flagged down at a roadblock at the north-bound KM185 of the North-South Highway near Jasin for speeding.

    Mokhtar said their bid to bribe the policemen manning the roadblock with RM450 to avoid a speeding ticket failed and they were arrested under the Corruption Prevention Act 1997.

    “Police checked their car and found white powder, believed to be syabu, in two small plastic containers, two bottles of a brown liquid also believed to be syabu and 67 Erimin 5 pills, prompting them to investigate the case under Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952,” he said.

    He said the suspects have previous criminal records under the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952, and one of them was in the police wanted list under Section 39 (A) (1) of the same act


    Can you believe that police not involved? do think so easy to steal something inside the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) evidence room? what a bull!!

  50. Menyalak-er says:

    Those who want to ‘jump ship’ or whatever should do it now.
    Although, i don’t know the gentleman Dr. Toh personally, he certainly shows the marks of an excellent leader! Not a waffler for certain. Kudos to him.
    As for the other wafflers, are you true to yourself or are you for yourself?

  51. Volcano says:

    Dr Toh knows what he is talking about. Just look at Gerakan’s Multiracial platfrom. Eversince they have join BN and For the past umpteen years they have been ignored, trampled, squashed, by passed, and made totally irrelevent in the eyes of UNMO.

  52. penang bridge is falling down says:

    Aisehman, whether they are BN or PR, they are all the same, they are nothing but dogs.

    Don’t believe? Click here ->Betrayed’ by Teresa and Ronnie

    This Dap spearheaded by the eunuch emperor & son just simply can’t be better than the Mca dogs. Adooi, Sama-sama macam abang adik dooi. …….. semua are wow wow wow anjing ….. ha ha ha ha ……

    “Any group or ‘collective,’ large or small, is only a number of individuals. A group can have no rights other than the rights of its individual members. In a free society, the ‘rights’ of any group are derived from the rights of its members through their voluntary, individual choice and contractual agreement, and are merely the application of these individual rights to a specific undertaking… A group, as such, has no rights.

  53. wits0 says:

    Tony, “Gerakan has forego their founding principles since joining BN.”

    Precisely! The betrayal started in ’69. It wasn’t something that happened later at all. A few bright moments afterwards from Tan Chee Khoon were really transient and diversionary from that fact. Fraud!

  54. caravanserai says:

    The upright leaders in BN
    MCA, MIC, Gerakan, PPP
    And other small party members
    Know your worth in multi-racial country
    Brewing race base philosophy
    Is a thing of the past………

    It is time to rethink your value
    The country has evolved; people have changed
    Yet these UMNO partners still get stacked in time
    Wake up and do the rightful thing
    Be multi-racial in outlook join the PKR wagon
    For the country needs and prosperity
    Do it for the people

    There is no shame in changing color
    When you are treated unequally
    When your voices aren’t make any difference
    It is time to rethink your strategy

    UMNO only thinks of its race and religion
    Brewing many policies and regulations
    Propping up its race……………….
    And what have you got?
    Begging for it
    Lip service saying you are equal in partnership
    The truth is you are just the number in the coalition
    Following orders for the sake positions and wealth

    Go do the right thing
    Let the last applause belong to the people
    You will save your face value
    In the new landscape of managing change

  55. Gerakan Is History says:

    Gerakan should have close down long time ago. The same with MCA……all useless umno puppet and the thick faced KSK still day dreaming. What have you people done for the Chinese? Ask yourself in your heart!! You people are not brave enough to fight for the people. You should not be in politic……find a work and work somewhere and be a manager. Then you can angkat your big boss and bully you subordinate. This the best you people can do, according to our public eye. Leave now and maybe you can still gain some respect. What have those puppet goons done so far in helping? Who needs a bunch of puppet in our country?? Stand Up and go straight and join PR for your childrens’ future as bm and sinking umno is almost history.

  56. Jimmy KL says:

    I just read in the Sun today, an interesting article by the Editor (special reporting) of the Sun newspaper, Mr. R. Nadeswaran :

    What morally wrong with the truth

    …all said and done, Datuk Dr. Ng Yen Yen has two simple questions to answer. One: Was it morally right on her part to take part to an oath if allegiance to the King and country when being appointed Senator in the Dewan Negara while being a permanent resident of Australia? She has since said that she did it for the sake of her three children’s education. Then, that too has to be answered: Was it morally right to take up PR status just for the sake of her children’s education? Did she not deceive the government of Australia? And more importantly by having one foot Down Under, is she implying that she does not have faith in the country’s future and its education system? People living in glass houses should not throw stones.

    Wah? It it legal to be in that position and hold another country PR? And of course, the moral issue involved. Malaysia Boleh, anyone?

  57. hawk says:

    Tuesday, January 22, 2008

    One of the most popular MCA parliamentarians, Ms Chew Mei Fun of Petaling Jaya Utara has made a implicit warning to her Chinese voters on Sunday: ” if there is no sufficient Chinese representation in the Barisan Nasional, it is not a good thing, the Chinese community cannot afford another May 13 incident.“

  58. samyaavee says:

    The MIC Youth, pro-MIC Blogger Punithan Shan and a host of MIC supporters attacked popular blogger MarGeeMar for using the word ‘PARIAH’. Now, MarGeemar is challenging them to do the same to Muhammad Shafee Abdullah for using the word ‘PARIAH’. Btw, I came to understand that MarGeeMar is neither Indian nor Hindu. Read MarGeeMar’s challenge to MIC here

  59. Menyalak-er says:

    Mdms. Y.Y.Ng & C.F.Chew? Aiya, please-la fellas, spare me the agony… they are the scum of womanhood – parasitic creatures that they are. Yucks!
    PR will jump sideways, upwards and downwards to avoid, if they try to jump ship to join up!
    Well at least the former has pr from Oz, but we have great compassion and send her to upkeep Ulhara, if they’ll have her.
    The latter, dunno – longkang lady of Damansara Utama, if they’ll have her.

  60. veonszu says:

    What will be, will be, no matter what.

    One of my friends email me his thought on the resignation of Dr. Toh KW, and it worth reproducing here in toto for our relection, of course with his explicit consent.

  61. loo seow pek says:

    Apa more cakap lagi , she has lost her elections

    yeh lah ini woof woof semua itu perempuan scum of womanhood , parasitic creatures , I ingat he is referring to himself . Shaggy scum dog woof woof !!

  62. loo seow pek says:

    oh ini mulut chao punya hawker sekarang boleh cakap ! aiyoo tengok ini PKR mulut busok sama ini woof woof ! burong sama terbang sama .

  63. REFORMASI says:

    Permatang Pauh is a classic case of Anjing Politics!!!!!!

  64. JOKER says:


  65. hutchrun says:

    hawk (21:42:16) :

    Tuesday, January 22, 2008

    One of the most popular MCA parliamentarians, Ms Chew Mei Fun of Petaling Jaya Utara has made a implicit warning to her Chinese voters on Sunday: ” if there is no sufficient Chinese representation in the Barisan Nasional, it is not a good thing, the Chinese community cannot afford another May 13 incident.“

  66. wits0 says:

    That’s why she chews on crows nowadays and deservingly so. All the beehoons are now belong to Tony Phua.

  67. ktteokt says:

    The “activation call” of Permatang Pauh victory by Keadilan will set “kataks and kodoks” from BN jumping right after the By-election!!!

  68. ktteokt says:

    Another May 13 threat by Chew Mei Fun. Didn’t she learn something from the road accident she met just before GE12? Why of all the passengers in the car she was travelling in did not suffer any injuries except her and she had to be wearing “special” glasses all these while? It was a warning from the Almighty above that she should refrain from threatening her own kind but she ignored and has continued ignoring. Is she expecting something “bigger”???? Already the government has banned the May 13 subject but she seemed to enjoy bringing it up for her personal ends!!!!

  69. ktteokt says:

    And Ng Yen Yen is too busy formulating ways and means of teaching Malaysian women “How to Tie Thy Husbands”!!!!

  70. pretty boys says:

    Guangming Employee Punched by Umno, Slapped by MCA
    Posted on November 18th, 2007

    MCA eat their own – cannibals. MCA was a benefactor in May 13.

  71. darn says:

    The honest to god truth? I AM EFFING SPEECHLESS. How would insufficient Chinese representation in BN lead to another May 13? Is it because Miss Chew knows that BN members will start slaughtering the Chinese community? If she knows something, she had better tell us so that I can make preparations to take an extended holiday break in Haadyai, or somewhere where I will be safe.

  72. Phua Kai Lit says:

    Hi Hawk 21:42:16

    Chew Mei Fun’s propagandistic scare tactics won’t work this time!

    1. Our Malay brothers and sisters of goodwill in PKR, PAS etc will stand arm-in-arm with their non-Malay brothers and sisters

    2. As documented by Dr Kua Kia Soong in his recent book on May 13, it was an evil plot hatched by some evil politicians

    3. The noble aims of the NEP i.e. to uplift the Malays and to end identification of race with economic function was hijacked by the UMNOputras and changed into a way to concoct endless rent-seeking schemes for their enrichment. Many Malays are aware of this!

    4. After the regime change, I hope that PM Anwar Ibrahim will set up a Truth and Reconciliation Commission on May 13. This will expose all those evil people (dead or still alive) who hatched this. These Malaysian Slobodan Milosevichs and Malaysian Radovan Karadzichs will have their names deservingly disgraced and condemned in the annals of Malaysian history.

  73. yang says:

    Umno can’t trigger a May 1969 ‘solution’ to the March 2008 election. So now MCA is trying to do that. Let us pray that these MCA agent provocateurs rot in hell for seven generations. And if anything adverse does happen, let us hang the MCA people from the highest tree and leave their bodies to rot in the sun.

    I, for one, do not want a May 1969 ‘solution’. Most Malays, if not all, don’t as well. And we Malays curse those MCA Chinese who are prepared to see this country burn and lives sacrificed just so that they can win back ground they lost on 8 March 2008.

    -RPK in an article

  74. Michael says:

    loo seow pek as the name implies, come here to create trouble only

  75. loo seow pek says:

    she lost because she was drinking wisky with wisky boy ! lah and all the lady boys and pretty boys . pretty boy when can ? I tak tahan aleady !

  76. CYBERBOY says:



  77. Joshua says:

    It doesn’t really matter if he joins PKR or not as long as he openly supports the cause of justice! YEAH!

    Anyway, my two cents here:

  78. Muming says:

    Secondly, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Bin Azlan, IC No: 850706-01-5687, of No. 29, Jalan BU 7/6, Selangor, swore on the Quran at 6.00pm on 15 August in the Federal Territory Mosque in front of Ramlang Bin Porigi, UMNO Member No. 03405853 of Cawangan Seri Macang, Bahagian Bukit Mertajam, Parlimen Permatang Pauh.

    Can you now see the comedy of the whole thing? Ramlang Porigi, the so-called ‘Imam’ who conducted Saiful’s swearing on the Quran, other than possessing a name that sounds like an illegal Indonesian immigrant who has just been given a ‘blue’ IC, is an UMNO member from Permatang Pauh. Any wonder why Anwar ‘tak layan’ this whole matter? It was all a circus show for the benefit of the Permatang Pauh voters.

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