It felt like the long-awaited MERDEKA celebration for Malaysians. Not because Anwar Ibrahim had won the Permatang Pauh by-election with an earthquake like majority last night.

It was because of the people who came together, irregardless of race and religion, to give BN/UMNO the strongest message ever.

That they want PAKATAN RAKYAT – a multi-racial coalition of PKR, DAP and PAS – to govern Putrajaya is quite a staggering thought.

At about 10pm, when Anwar and his friends emerged on stage at the Tengku Bainun teaching institute, the field drowned with intense shouts of Merdeka, reformasi, minyak turun (down with fuel prices) and cuti, cuti, cuti (off-day, off-day, off-day).

Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng who was present on the victory stage, was amused. But he did not declare another public holiday.

“Fuel prices will not go down until we reach Putrajaya!!!” said Anwar in his victory speech. Read the rest of the speech @ Anwar Ibrahim’s blog.


(More videos inside)

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Look at this amazing sight! The 10,000 strong crowd, who braved the drizzles, mosquitos, muddy field and what nots, sang NEGARA KU, the national anthem, when PAKATAN leaders gathered on the stage, after the EC declared a landslide victory for Anwar. 

At first, the EC did not allow Anwar to greet his supporters in the public rally. Then someone handed Anwar a loud hailer. A while later, we saw Guan Eng saying something to the effect of “we can use a mike”.

The crowd was electrified.

Earlier, everyone was wondering where were the BN/UMNO supporters. We could not see them across the field. One PKR supporter remarked cynically that they did not dare appear as they knew they have lost.

Another chipped in to say that perhaps it was too early? But there were still no signs of them until 11pm.

PAKATAN supporters entertaining themselves and others: “Where have all the money gone? They have been eaten by BN”. It was quite comical.

I asked them to repeat their song, which had lyrics like: “Where’s my cow, my cow wears BN clothes? Where’s my chick, my chick wear Puteri clothes?” – chick as in ‘ayam’. Aduh!

As the time draws nearer to announcement of the P44 results, the crowd started to pray for Anwar:

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At around 8pm, I managed to get into the counting centre, even without a SPR yellow card. I did not want to miss this historic moment. I blend into the crowd of polling agents, journalists, photographers and Opposition members.

I sneaked passed the policemen and women who were guarding the various entrances. They were mighty strict. I supposed ‘peti undi-s” are sacred.

Election commission officials waiting for the session to end. They looked a bit tired:

I mingled among my reporter friends, photographers and PAKATAN RAKYAT MPs.  

When Anwar arrived about 9pm, everyone rushed to him, as usual. Everyone loves a winner. They make him sit on a couch with the label ‘calon’ pasted on top.

There were three couches. The other two calons, did not appear. So Anwar’s friends and family sat on them.

He actually spotted me in the crowd of reporters and photographers.

“SUSAN! What are you doing here?” he asked. He often made a joke about it. As I was always around in press conferences eventhough I am no longer working for an agency.

I wanted to wish him “CONGRATULATIONS!”. But I felt the people out there waiting for him, those who campaigned so hard for his victory, and those who believed in him (DAP, PAS, civil society representatives and ordinary folks who voted from him), deserved it more.

As for the journey to Putrajaya, you may read Malaysiakini. I did not stay for the press conference which took place about 11pm.


205 responses »

  1. bogieman says:

    Thanks for the update Susan despite being so late … get some much needed rest!

  2. maw says:

    my young son and i prayed dsai and supporters for young son and i hugged each other crying when declared we won,i meant pr won.kita merancang allah menentukan.maha agong allah and thank you.

  3. cinta Malaysia says:


  4. najib says:

    Pakatan Rakyat for Government!!!!!!

  5. flyer168 says:

    Dear Susan,

    Alhamdulillah, God has answered our nation’s & its downtrodden rayaat’s prayers….

    My Heartiest Congratulations to DSAI, His Pakatan Rayaat Leaders & the PR Team…….,

    Our Blogger’s Brigade….

    Your goodself….

    YM RPK, Marina, Haris, Bernard Khoo, Din Merican, Anil Netto, Lilian, Queenie etc, for the “Magnificient” job well done !

    Also not forgetting All the PR supporters, & the People of Permatang Pauh….

    For this (People’s Power) “Historic” Permatang Pauh Landslide Victory.


  6. cinta Malaysia says:


  7. Antares says:

    You surpass yourself, Susan, with these vivid glimpses of P44 on 26 Aug 2008. One for the permanent archives! I bet Anwar’s personal greeting to you is a delicious moment you’ll never forget 🙂 xox

  8. 104East says:

    I guess the son-in-law is preparing his resignation letter now?

  9. genghiskan says:

    Yes, the remainign supporters stayed for quite a while as Anwar and the rest standing at the grandstand of the open Stadium Padang to start singing the Malaysia National Athem after continuous shouts of Merdeka Merdeka Merdeka.

    I dare say, perhaps, this is far more meaningful than the shouts of Merdeka by UMNO at Melaka in 1956.

    Give and take the first 3 great gentlemen Leaders TAR, TAR and THO, after that they are just a Mugabe and a Lousy Ustadz sleeping on the Jpb!

    And no barbed wires prevented the brave warriors from moving up front to the podium of the Grandstand.

    Ms, Sloone did you not like the better explosions of the Fireworks.

    And don’t forget, we have the unfisnihed job of catching the C4 fireworks they did on a poor helpless woman visitor to Malaysia.

    This is the real Merdeka for Malaysians.

  10. alrawa says:

    All the BN big guns and all the BN jokers could’nt put Anwar Ibrahim to shame.

  11. ktteokt says:

    By the look of things, all the smudging and dirty tricks of BN just helped DSAI win with a landslide victory! Syabas DSAI, may victory be with you always!!!!

  12. rozlan says:

    Congratulation DSAI.We have many work to do ahead..

  13. Isa X says:

    What will they do next?
    This is what Pandikar Amin said, as reported in The Star today:
    “I do not see any urgency for me to fix a quick date. For all you
    know, the newly elected MP may want to go for a holiday first,
    or even for an umrah before coming to the Dewan Rakyat,” he
    said yesterday.

    a`uzhoo billah!

    This isn’t a BN/UMNO candidate, what Umrah what holiday is it the same –
    Like the late Dt. Mazlan visiting Umrah while soliciting the aid and giving thanks to deviants under the Devil’s charm.
    These vagrants in UMNO believe performing Umrah with other peoples money and loads of ill deed knowingly and deliberately conjured is the way all Muslims behave.
    Well I have news for the Monafik; DSAI won fair and square therefore his first calling is to be present in the Dawan ASAP.
    PKR responsibility is to the people which is meaningful and genuine change.
    GOD will be pleased, trust me.

    Go to hell! Zoo Keeper, Open the doors of the Dewan Encik Pandikar Amin and stop using phony excuses. You Shameless monafik.

    Stop insulting our nation’s intelligence and institutions. Let us urge our KING to step in now. Swear DSAI in at the His Majesty’s Royal residence its enough.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Poeple like BobbyNZ and Chaptokam will feel sad like TDM.

    With Anwar winning, BobbyNZ and Chaptokam got nothing to celebrate.

    That’s is why they are so quiet in this blog.

    Heard that Chaptokam is outside playing with his dog’s. Same gang as Sai Full.

    Chaptokam is just a shitbag.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Cheer to Anwar

  16. Kherry Scarry says:

    Another post mortem… umno, where went wrong ? Where’s is badawi during the campaign, hardly see him in Permatang Pauh despite being a Penangite himself ???

    Such a nice day today, good music in radio, no traffic jam…..good breakfast, what a new beginning…..we shall see Sept 16…..all the best….

  17. puakangkang says:

    Susan, all of you had done a great job… to make this Merdeka a truly memorable one. Get some rest will you

  18. KLMAN says:

    DSAI’s victory is not for himself alone but for the Rakyat and their
    children and future genenrations.

    As for the BN devils in disguise, your worst nightmares have
    just began. The Rakyat has again spoken and yet you skunks
    don’t want to accommodate it. Rosemary is already in USA
    and the rest start packing your bags.

  19. Underdog says:

    Today is the dawn of a new era. Onwards to Putrajaya!

    Three cheers to the people of Permatang Pauh.

  20. Fair says:

    Dear Susan , welldone for all the excellent reports during the by-election.


  21. bangmalaysia says:

    Thanks guys,

    All of you were just great. This is the sweetest ever victory for the Malaysian People. I love you all.

    More appreciations at:

  22. Gary Hsia says:

    Susan, these videos and pictures really shows the people’s spirit in PP. Great insight!!

  23. Abdullah Bodohwi says:

    Oooophs… alarm clock forget to ring and I forgot to tell them to get my private jet ready that is why I did not show up.

    Anyway, I didn’t miss much. My SIL can represent me lah. He knows what to do, no need me to be present.

  24. Let see if AI will keep all his promises ?
    For the sake of Malaysia lets hope he will and he can, I hope the voters won’t regret giving him their support !

  25. onthestreets says:

    Najid said, the voters have spoken.

    In fact, it was more than the PP voters. It was the Nation, speaking.


  26. Bornfree says:

    Susan when the SIL says BN came to bury Anwar, we the people of PP says over our dead body. People of PP is solidly behind Anwar. Arif may be well like in Sebarang Jaya but he’s in the wrong party. This by election is not about Anwar but about our future generations. March Anwar March to putrajaya. A great victory for all Malaysians.

  27. squint88 says:

    Thanx Susan.

    Heartiest Congratulation to DSAI.
    May Allah bless U , yr family, PR & Supporters.

    Menyokong dari kejauhan…

  28. Amin says:

    All Malaysians solute fellow country folks in Permatang Pauh. You have made a wise decision to bring about change and hope for the country. MERDEKA, MERDEKA, MERDEKA.

  29. GoodWilll says:

    I remembered someone saying

    “I will migrate if Anwar BECOME PM”
    “I will resigned if Anwart BECOME PM” …

  30. MAHAGURU58 says:

    Dear Susan,

    Thanks for the videos and heartfelt writeup’s! You have made it possible for those of us who couldn’t be there for the historic moments over there at Permatang Pauh get a taste of how it was like and feel the euphoria of the unimaginable success of the rakyat in overcoming all odds thrown at them by the ruthless BN scoundrels and political eunuchs!

    Love listening to and watching the Pakatan Rakyat supporters sing in unity and voice out their support to Brother Anwar!

    I am sure that deep in their hearts, many of the red helmeted FRU’s are celebrating in silence too!

    Malaysia needs a total revamp of its political system. The Pakatan Rakyat may not be perfect but they are a zillion times better than the rascals we have masquerading as the Government of Malaysia since 1957!!!

    I thank each and every voter out there at P44 Parlimen Permatang Pauh who voted for Anwar Ibrahim!

    May Almighty Allah bless you all and shower you and your loved ones with His Mercy and Salvation!

    I also would like to thank you Susan and all our fellow Malaysian Bloggers who were there to give us on the ground feedback and live reports as things took place.

    Please use your platform to seek the release of YB Gobalakrishnan and his family plus the PKR supporters who have been arrested and detained by the PDRM.

    Let’s all pray that this victory will be the turning point in our nation’s political set up and pave the way for a Pakatan Rakyat Federal Government very, very soon!!!

    Let’s bury the BN once and for ever politically and make sure that whomsoever was so bloody cocky and strutted around promising to bury Anwar go and take a flying leap into the nearest sewer !

    They must be made to pay for their sins against the rakyat!!!

  31. kai says:

    How come no one talk about the 3rd man? Poor Hanafi Hamat with only 92 votes. I can do a hell lot better with RM15,000. An overseas holiday would be nice. Hmmm, I wounder who those 92 voters were? Could it be those phantom voters who accidentally marked on the wrong box? For just 15 minutes of fame, this is just one expensive publicity stunt for him. Oh well, perhaps he was just trying to create a records by getting the least votes possible.

  32. CYBERBOY says:


  33. CYBERBOY says:

    The liwat accusation has BACK- fired !!! For sure, this time it’s painful in their asses.

  34. Margeemar says:

    If Speaker Pandikar, the BN/Umno regime or the Police think they can intimidate or thwart the Rakyats Long March to Putrajaya, they better think again. Mr. Speaker, be a good Muslim. Get DSAI sworn in as MP within the next 48 hours or else face the wrath of the Rakyat. What you gonna do when Makkal Sakti (People’s Power) runs wild on you! More…

  35. hafizah says:

    i just would like to THANK YOU!!

  36. CYBERBOY says:


  37. Anonymous says:

    BN Machineries FAIL TERRIBLY.
    13) LAIN-LAIN

  38. caravanserai says:

    The good son triumphed
    In Permatang Pauh by election
    A victory the people needed
    For Anwar Ibrahim goes for change

    The old horse of BN
    Too old now to challenge the world
    Too many holes hardly have time to fill
    Dreaming of 3Ps
    This is what they do

    With the experience of 51 years
    They run the country with rules and divides
    Brewing race base benefits
    Saying they treat every one equal

    It is just a lie
    The policies stand out in our lives
    The malay supremacy rules
    Don’t they know we are Malaysians?

    Now Anwar has his rights
    The first hurdle accomplished
    The line has drawn closer
    Will a new government formed?

    The celebration for this victory
    It will never end here in PP
    The marching onwards is just beginning
    The prize is Putrajaya

  39. Jimmy Page says:

    So will the Umno and Barisan trolls finally leave this site? I think so. Sodomy is really the last refuge of the scoundrel. I predict Badawi will drop dead of heart attack within a month. He was a loser ever since he went to his mother’s house to ask for her blessings when he became Prime Minister, then he goes and gets married, then he sits in charge of the biggest debacle in Umno Politics. So much for Mr. Clean. He is as clean and as trustworthy as Thaksin and that movie star from the Phillipines. Mr. Clean , konon.
    When all he can talk about is buggery. Hey, the 15 cents reduction of petrol really worked, la ! Whose idea was that? Khairy’s? Take your son in law and your family and spend the rest of your life in Harrod’s. Make your women happy, since you never bothered to do the same for our country.

  40. machitam says:

    susan, you ‘ve upset me!! all this while, najis and others bumno leaders were making “so much noise” for Anwar to swear, and now it’s you….i’m shocked!!..

    Anwar must swear asap….he cannot dodge this time, he must swear!

    i meant swear in Parliment…..

  41. Anonymous says:

    Dear Susan,
    Lets first congratulate Malaysians for their bold move.

    Secondly I would like to comment about loo seow pek. I don’t know what kind of game ‘loo seow pek’s are now doing in your blog. Two ‘loo seow pek’s kept accusing each other as imposters. I hope you take the appropriate actions towards that kind of spamming.

  42. CYBERBOY says:





  43. giggle says:

    Ulamak Badawi found slithering in Parliament abatoir

  44. fergie says:

    Thanks for everything, Susan. So very proud of our fellow Malaysians of PP for doing the right thing.

  45. Pak Sedih says:

    Hibis lah negara yang ku cintai jika sipeliwat ini jadi PM !!

  46. Eric says:

    I hope Abdullah and Najib by now know that BN is a government that we all don’t want. Why still cling on power? Resign now for last respect…

  47. Jimmy Page says:

    I wish I could see the meeting between Najib and Badawi.
    Badawi: “So how?”
    Najib : “I donno, lah, you tell me so how?”
    Badawi: “I ask you you ask me”
    Najib: “I want to be PM, le”
    Badawi: “So you sabo me and let me kena?”
    Najib: “Ya la..some more what? You have to resign..”
    Badawi: “If I resign you have to resign also”
    Najib : “Why?”
    Badawi: “Because I bukak lah, bahlol !!”
    Najib: ” We declare Emergency la, say they make problem, dissolve Parliament..”
    Badawi: “Then we lose our contract, man, semua duit hilang, bebe”
    Najib: “We blame it on Mahathir la..”
    Badawi: “Too late, you bantai him he bantai you..”
    Najib: “We postpone la”
    Badawi: “Cantik muka engkau, I get blasted some more”
    Najib: Ok, la, you resign first, then I resign..”
    Badawi: “Kepala Bapak kau, I am not that stupid, lah.
    Remember, I can always bukak . Your wife habis, you also habis, so you better stand by to cabut..”
    Najib: “Nevermind, I go to Bogor for a while till things cool down”
    Badawi: “Ok”

  48. Dr Lee says:

    Dear Susan,

    Your blog is awesome ! Your videos and pictures uphold the truth against those misleading news in mainstream papers.
    Keep up the excellent reporting of the truth to the rakyat !
    Thanks and God Bless Malaysia

  49. June says:

    Thanks Susan for the blog. And for those who cannot log in to Malaysia today please see the below:

    As of 26th August 2008 @ 8.20PM, if you are having trouble accessing please use:-


    More to be added soon. Help spread the word!

    This will be a temporary site. TMNet Streamyx is blocking on their service-level. Please check back here if you are unable to view MT and in case the alternative site is inaccessible.

  50. ciltra says:

    Dear Susan,ata girl.!!!!!we are proud of you.the videos were a blast.belief it,I sang along laughed so hard I wanted to pee,lah!!!!!ayoh,one tention over,now to get the swearing going to get DSAI to parliment.I too agree that everything must be done to get all those arrested yesterday released.Can we help to get our Agong to proceed with Anwar’s swearing in.Its such a such a happy day.thank you all you guys who worked round the clock to keep us posted,PP voters,and all the others.

  51. Jsss says:

    First of all thanks to Pematang Pauh Voters. Well done guys.

    Congratulations! to DSAI. GOD has answered our prays.

  52. Dax Low says:

    This is only the first step to Putrajaya.
    The enemies will lay many more hurdles before he can reached his destination.

    May Allah grant him strength to fight these evils of politics.

  53. chris chong says:

    thanks for the great video this time.
    have a nice day. 🙂

  54. peasant says:

    This LKS and LGE are just plain stupid and insensitive to the feelings of the Rakyat!

    Dap is nothing but a dynastic party.

    Is any any future for the Rakyat with dynastic warlords in the PR?

    This concludes that PR is nothing but a dynastic kingdom with different warlords .

    Mana ada future for Bolahland man?

  55. bamboo river says:

    God Bless Malaysia!

  56. peasant says:

    Looking at the pictures posted by looney with LKS & LGE standing together, Dap is the only party with the father and son holding the No:1 and no:2 posts in a party in the world.

    This Dap is the biggest joke in the Universe.

    Democratic Action Party, ha ha ha h a Porraaahhhhhhhhhhhhh!

  57. Jimmy Page says:

    Anwar won with a 15,000 majority, now you want to complain about DAP, do you honestly think anyone will listen to you at this time? Wait a couple of days, or a week , and start bitching and complaining. Tonight is the PKR’s night. And you are in the minority. By the way, say goodbye to Gerakan first, then talk about DAP.

  58. giggle says:

    MCA also leaving BN.
    Only semi value and nallakaruppan left to hold badawi and najissss hands

  59. yh says:

    what is more significant of the victory?

    anwar stood tall. he spread the same message of change, the message for a united malaysia, the message for the need to do away with the corrupted NEP and replace with a need-based formula regardless of race and religion. and all these without compromising the position of islam and usage of bahasa maalysia. and he has been very consistent with this message even in the malay heartland of permatang pauh. this is evidence of a true visionary leader unlike that from BN who will change the race script depending on the audience.

    Thank you the people of Permatang Pauh. You all have spoken.

  60. Jimmy Page says:

    Giggle, MCA also leaving?
    So Umno and MIC can win Carey Island !
    Klang also got chance. Alamak, they better
    talk to Nik Aziz and give him 50 million shares
    of Petronas. Otherwise game over and bye bye’United Malays
    National Organization. Seems to me they are not United anymore.

  61. Jimmy Page says:

    Loo seow pek you kalah oridi still want to talk ah? Kesian kesian kesian…
    Oi, you know why you mother gave birth only once?

  62. Patek1472 says:

    A Sinking “Titanic” (BN) in Malaysia? (The show has just begun!)

    Malaysia’s Titanic (BN) was deemed unsinkable when it was first launched. Even when it hit an iceberg on 8 March 2008, it was so hard to accept that the ship will sink. When all efforts to save the ship from sinking was finally abandoned, the Captain (DSAB) just stood silently awaiting the fate as a forlorn man. He was hoping the Carpentia or some other nearby ships will come in time to save the passengers. It was sad to see the Captain firing off some distress flares to alert the Carpentier, but the Carpentier’s Captain (DSNTR) was just not convinced that the Titanic was in distress.

    In between is a love story of Leonardo DiCaprio (DSAI) and Kate Winslet (Azizah). Azizah refused to abandon her love, even though many a times, events show she should just save herself. She held on to hopes, hoping against hope that she and her love can pull thru and both will survive this tragedy. Both suffered mentally and emotionally and in the end, it was Azizah left to tell the tale of a great man who sacrificed himself to save her.

    As for the crew of the Titanic (Little Napoleons) and their friends who are rich and powerful corporate figures, who helped run the ship, did you see the desperation when they found out that the ship is really sinking. Most of them scramble to save their lives and abandon ship and some, with loads of money found they can’t buy anything they wanted, even a place on a lifeboat to save their lives (TDM migration). But not all, for there was a few brave Napoleons who tried to show they are committed to the name of Titanic (BN) and the show continues.

    There was an old couple who just lay in bed waiting for the ship to sink (MIC & PPP) abandoned by the young and too old to move around anymore. There were also musicians still playing the ship’s songs (MCA, PBB, LDP, PBRS, PRS, SAPP, SPDP, SUPP, UPKO) and died like true musicians dedicated to their role of love for music. There were also some crew (GERAKAN) still working to plug the leaks at the bottom of the ship until they themselves died thinking they were heroes not knowing the ship cannot be saved just by plugging some holes.

    Do you know who was the director of Titanic (BN) show? James Cameron (TDM).

    Did you know this show was shown around the world?

    Did you know Malaysia has some of the best actors and actresses and supporting casts?

    Anyway, it was just a movie, for the real show has only just begun!

    Posted at

  63. peasant says:

    Jimmy Page

    Can I, as a Boss of this land (according to pkr motto), not allowed to voice my opinion when there is something wrong in the system?

    You sound also like a BN dog to me!

  64. giggle says:

    So Umno and MIC can win Carey Island ! – jimmy page

    they also will win Pedra Banca and middle rocks votes – the fish will vote at ikan bakar stalls like satay stalls at PP

  65. wandererAUS says:

    Botak Hamid, did you see any hooliganism in the PK supporters. The trouble makers were from your UMNO lot, always thinking they have ‘Big Shot Monkeys’
    to protect their as*es.
    Your days are numbered botak, get your immigration papers ready, please don’t come down south, we don’t need a filth like you in this country…perhaps, Borneo jungle, most appropriate place for you.

    Susan, your pictures speak a thousand words. Thank you!

  66. bamboo river says:

    Loo Seow Pek! 槃¨%#~@! SIT ON IT! 😦

  67. Jimmy Page says:

    Peasant, I sound like a BN dog? Obviously you are too lazy to read my posts all over this blog from last night. Either that or you can’t read . My name is Jimmy Page. I have replies all over this blog/site, when you stop digging your nose, might i suggest you look it up. And wash your filthy hands, first, peasant.

  68. giggle says:

    The peasants are revolting

  69. squint88 says:

    Why cant I access Malaysia Today since last nite.
    Can someone help me with other link??? TQ

  70. omg says:

    “Police Detain Four PKR Supporters, Including MP ”

    while cheering 4 the results, shall v show concern to this as well?

  71. ah long says:

    It is NOT over yet. Anwar can still lose his seat if he is found guilty of sodomy. The law clearly states that anyone convicted of a crime cannot sit in Parliament.

    So my guess is BN/UMNO will try everything in the book to gain a conviction by hook or by crook. That is why they are rushing this DNA law through parliament right now.

    They will try to get Anwar to “shoot aeroplane” into a jar and smear that all over saiful’s under pants to fabricate the eveidence to get a conviction.

    Nothing is below these people from BN. Najib is a scum bag.

  72. omg says:


    according to MT update yesterday 7.25pm

    “TMNet is blocking all Streamyx users from accessing Malaysia Today. The updating is being done from outside Malaysia or else we can’t even do that. “

  73. idzan ismail says:

    Congrats y’all

    Anwar won. Is it? Sure?
    No election fraud, rigging, adding more ballot papers?
    Sad. Very sad. Achy-breaky heart.
    But the people have spoken.
    God help Permatang Pauh.
    God help us all.
    Kudos BN for a free and fair elections.
    As I said in my ex-Star colleague Chun Wai’s blog: Politics is not so much a matter of holding good cards, but playing a poor hand well.

  74. Skeptic says:

    Give him 6 months, a year maybe, before you truly celebrate this victory, because he may very well not turn out to be the “saviour” you’ve been sucked into believing. Often times, you’ve got to take most politicians at face value and wait to see if they will deliver the goods. True sincerity is a very rare commodity among politicians. They are frequently guided by vested interests and hidden agendas.

    But savor the moment, if for no reason other than to give the middle finger to amno! You can hope that this was one of many many salvos to come that will eventually raze amno to the ground. It truly has taken 1/2 a century affect change.

  75. Jimmy Page says:

    “Kudos BN for a free and fair election,” kak idzan? Is that all you can say? Kudos?
    I pity you . Majority 15 000 and you still say kudos to BN. People like you are sad.
    Very sad. The only tactic they have is to have some guy swear on a quran. Is that the only way to win an election? Is that the only way to run a country? Allah will also condemn them, and if you cannot see that, then you are blind, deaf, and dumb.

  76. giggle says:

    Even Mahathir`s “coffee boy” talks some sense now:

    Matthias Chang

    Najib Can Kiss Good-Bye To Premiership – If UMNO Members Fail to Dethrone The Trinity of Power “The Father, The Son, and The Son-in-law”, UMNO Has Forfeited Its Right To Lead and Rule

    As expected, Anwar won the Permatang Pauh By-Election. The larger margin of victory is significant as in any By-Elections the ruling party has a decisive advantage as it can marshal the entire government machinery and the mass media to bully the opposition. Yet, the Barisan Nasional failed to roll back the support of the rakyat for the opposition.

    Every dirty trick was employed to prevent Anwar Ibrahim from winning but to no avail. On the contrary, each exposé of the clumsy and stupid theatrics angered the electorate further.

    Anger against the inept and lame-duck Badawi was the principal cause for the defeat of the Barisan Nasional.

    That this by-election is the final warning to Badawi and his family to pack their bags and get out is evident from the sentiments of the non-Malay voters who have made known their views soon after Wan Azizah vacated the seat for her husband.

  77. Psychologist says:

    The results of the by election reveals a dark side of the voters for Anwar ; they like ass banging !!!!

  78. giggle says:

    Psychologist may not like it but is sure begging for it

  79. peasant says:

    jimmy page,

    the way you commented just proved that you are no different from the bn dogs.

    You need to go down the field for a good catharsis together with all the bn dogs for all your problematic mental brain!

  80. Orang Utan says:

    If ever PR were to become d next govt. PAS have to abandon their agenda of turning this country into an Islamic state with hudud law. This will frighten away potential investors. The issue is how long can they cooperae with other Pakatan party is yet to be seen once their common enemy is gone.In order to sustain this coalition PAS need to have liberal & enlighten leader like the Perak mentri besar to look at a bigger picture. If ever the coalition were to break up in future it will be mainly because of PAS ‘s Islamic agenda.

  81. Hunk says:


    Those 2 alone has mauraded at least billions in Malaysian ringgits. Even if both turned “heroes” like you suggested, they are not exempted from prosecution into their ill-gotten-wealth protected by their “Power-play-armour”. 🙂

  82. kittykat46 says:

    Now comes the hard part.
    UMNO will do ANYTHING – sell their mother, pray to Hindu Gods, etc. to stay in power.

    I think the most likely reaction to Anwar’s September 16 plan, if it happens, will be for UMNO to call a fresh General Elections and trigger another May 13.

    Of course, the result of P 44 shows the risk to UMNO of fresh elections – disgruntled voters may send even more of them into retirement.

    There is going to be a big thunderstorm before the sky clears again.

  83. Jimmy Page says:

    Jimmy Page (09:09:49) :

    I wish I could see the meeting between Najib and Badawi.
    Badawi: “So how?”
    Najib : “I donno, lah, you tell me so how?”
    Badawi: “I ask you you ask me”
    Najib: “I want to be PM, le”
    Badawi: “So you sabo me and let me kena?”
    Najib: “Ya la..some more what? You have to resign..”
    Badawi: “If I resign you have to resign also”
    Najib : “Why?”
    Badawi: “Because I bukak lah, bahlol !!”
    Najib: ” We declare Emergency la, say they make problem, dissolve Parliament..”
    Badawi: “Then we lose our contract, man, semua duit hilang, bebe”
    Najib: “We blame it on Mahathir la..”
    Badawi: “Too late, you bantai him he bantai you..”
    Najib: “We postpone la”
    Badawi: “Cantik muka engkau, I get blasted some more”
    Najib: Ok, la, you resign first, then I resign..”
    Badawi: “Kepala Bapak kau, I am not that stupid, lah.
    Remember, I can always bukak . Your wife habis, you also habis, so you better stand by to cabut..”
    Najib: “Nevermind, I go to Bogor for a while till things cool down”
    Badawi: “Ok”

  84. Hunk says:

    Where is that fiction writer Ktemoc btw? Has anyone heard from him or was he masquarading another nick while here. His unconscionable Anwar bashing does not work. It does not work at all. Another blogger is Marina Mahathir playing a saint while her father spew his philippic every now and then. Both and likewise trickeries will fail. 😀 hahaha.

  85. Jimmy Page says:

    The above is for Peasant for calling me a BN dog.
    Read first, then talk kok. Peasant.

  86. ka na sai says:

    today i am not go not be name kanasai, i have hope now,
    dear susan i will be changing my comment name.thanks

  87. giggle says:

    M`kini :

    Anwar to be sworn in tomorrow
    Aug 27, 08 10:10am
    breaking news Dewan Rakyat speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia announced this morning that the new MP for Permatang Pauh will be sworn in tomorrow.

  88. Jimmy Page says:

    Giggle, thank God for that.
    Now these idiots will finally
    realize they have lost and have
    nowhere to turn and nothing to say.

  89. just says:

    A big pleasant relief that Anwar won !Our rakyat wish lists will be fulfilled with DSAI as next PM.BN-uMNO failed because of one reason ii.e their 22 years of Mahaterism or better known as Mamakerism.That Mamak is not a true Malay. He doesnt represent the Malay race and culture as he is a truly Mamaksian.’97 asian crisis he ran to a mamak money changer for solution instead of getting advice from the professionals, he collaborate with Lingam etc etc.He is in disguise and a racist which does not represent the ordinary Malays’s view, only brain wash the Umnoputera/ris to divide and not unite the races. Now back fired! He also caused the divide amongst the Malays.If he cared for the nation, his job was to unite not divide. He ruined the Muhibbah vision that Tunku Adbul Rahman propagated. He is a real mamak! BN & Umnoputera/ris have been blinded by this one man and all became like “vultures” sucking the blood of the rakyat and the nation until left with bones. A rakyat’s view- actually if you look properly with an open mind the place Putrajaya government administration office look like an asylum (bad feng shui) no wonder all the BN got no more directions except to enrich themselves. They are paid by the rakyat and they squeezed from the rakyat. Police under BN rule only out to cari makan from the rakyat and not concentrating in their actual job to reduce crimes.Cant the police be paid well so that they dont have to cari makan by taking kopi money from us poor rakyat.Rakyat are very burden by having to paid hefty summonses for miniature offenses like parking etc etc.Pakatan, we rakyat risk ourselves for you DSAI so dont disappoint us when you are the next government.We welcome fuel reduction.Rakyat dont care about all these BN sandiwara and dirty linens or personal affairs, we only care for our living, cost of living, livelihood, economy, less burden n more job opportunities and nation progress, ethics and professionalism of the government with proper fund management and planning and no corruption.Corruption is the root of all evils in MalaYSIA.MERDEKA MALAYSIA & RAKYAT MALAYSIA.

  90. giggle says:

    Has Khairy been buried? Then it must be the zombie moving around carrying the 6 boxes for EZam.

  91. […] I feel so Merdeka!! and thus very jubilant!! Don’t miss watching the video below for more videos and pics, please go to Sloone […]

  92. Jimmy Page says:

    Khairy is flying to London. Ezam is going with him, as a chef, and saiful will be his driver.

  93. idzan ismail says:

    Assalamualaikum Pak Sedih

    Macam tulah ragam dunia kita. Yang si peliwat dijunjung yang diliwat dicaci.
    Tapi jangan bersedih. Kemenangan adalah ujian untuk Anwar dari Allah.
    Kan Allah berfirman setiap kemenangan dan kekalahan ada ujiannya.
    Kita sama-sama lihat ujian-ujian yang bakal dihadapi hamba Allah ni.
    Yang pasti Allah takkan lorongkan dia jadi PM.
    Allah mesti sayangkan negara yang kita cintai.
    Maaf dah bunyi macam Ustazah pulak

  94. TubeMoose says:

    Vive la révolution !

  95. Eric says:

    malaysia-today has often been hacked since the controversial article…..maybe hackers are hired by people who fear malaysia-today

  96. Hunk, jangan disturb Ktemoc la, he is having a good time with BobbyNZ.
    macam anjing, tidak boleh keluar!

  97. Jimmy Page says:

    Kak Idzan, ask Allah to forgive Najib and his wife and Badawi first.
    The people believe in Anwar. God will take care of Najib.

  98. Orang Utan says:

    It is obvious that the failure of BN is due to several factors. The most important I would consider is their racist policy.I think Malaysia is d only few countries in this world that practices racial discrimination.For proof just look at the civil service i.e after 50 years they r just being dominated by only one race.Now even some govt own GLC r following suit. Second is corruption. When BN were given a big mandate in 2004 d PM did not act fast enough to stamp out corruption & to have a fairer employment representation in d civil service.Third is education which practices racial discrimation. Sad to say that d thinking of the UITM students r so shallow that it is not even worth mentioning here.

  99. idzan ismail says:

    Yo Mac

    Good news. Your idol will be sworn in as MP tomorrow.
    Wow the first comment last night he made was wanting to swear in expresso.
    But when it comes to swearing to prove his innoncence in front of Allah so, so reluctant.
    I once said whatever Anwar demands, BN kowtows.
    Not scared but fear of the ruckus that will follow by his street boys.
    I am glad for you guys he won. If not someone will be reading you all the riot act.

  100. Jimmy Page says:

    It is not about the racist policy, Malays voted for PKR and especially PAS. They were fed up of corruption , cronyism and nepotism, and the last straw was murder. How can it be the racisit policy when Malays voted out BN and UNMO? –Orang Utan…
    PKR would never have won without the Malay vote. It was bad management, and Najib.

  101. giggle says:

    Cornered rats like idzan, peasant(piss ant?) now invoke Allah to save them. Easier to spread the plague, but as Dire Straits said,”that aint working”. Saifool`s sumpah also was ignored by Allah. The mosque too has been defiled.

  102. Jimmy Page says:

    Kak Idzan, you lost. Game over. Say what you want, but tomorrow when you wake up, you have still lost, and so much for your precious swearing on the Qu’ran. Why didn’t Najib swear on the Qu’ran about the Altantuya case? Why didn’t his wife swear? How come only you can choose when and where and what for to swear on the most Holy Book? Why didn’t Najib swear that he didn’t know her, and never met her? Why? Because he is afraid, and he is guilty and because he is the son of a PM , he does not have to. Malu punya Melayu. No shame.

  103. Orang Utan says:

    The present coaltion among d PR parties is very loose.They r now bonded by the fact that they have a common enemy to fight for.Therefore d PR coalition have to act fast.They have to come into a solid contractual agreement to map the future of this country.For e.g PAS have to denounce their Islamic agenda.As for DAP they have to recruit more Malays.At least 30% of the top leaders s/b Malays in order to atract the grassroot Malays to join them. However do not see anything like this to happen in d near future. Only PKR is quite representaive of all races.

  104. machitam says:

    dear idzan(a he or a she or a shim)

    idzan “No election fraud, rigging, adding more ballot papers? ” even we won, i think was fraud, the answer is yes idzan. you know what?
    EC announced from the voters register, voters turnout is 65 % and total votes counted is 81%.
    Anwar got 31,195 votes = 53% let’s say Ariff got the balance i.e 12% voters turnout
    Thus Ariff got 12 %( benefit of a doubt) =7020 votes vs 15500 votes he got.

    Idzan, how do the extra 10,000 votes got counted?

    Jimmy Page (10:43:37)

  105. calvin tan says:

    my heartiest congratulation to DSAI & FAMILY,ALL PAKATAN LEADERS & TEAM
    who campaign tirelessly last 10 days, may GOD BLESS all those sincere hearts.
    New DAWN for malaysia is ONSIGHT.May the ALMIGHTY be with u thru your passage to PUTRAJAYA to fullfil your promises to all m`sians. While u`ll be busy projecting m`sia to greater heights, pls do not forget to groom a future leader to continue ur good work n here i would like to suggest ur daughter NURUL IZZAH which i see great potential in this beautiful lady. Most m`sians might not agree with me at this moment but i beleive time wiil proof it. R.A.H.M.A.N. My best wishes to u DSAI.

  106. Eric says:


    I don’t think Saiful’s sumpah is ignored by God. I believe God consider it a sin and therefore holding him accountable. Whether he was right or wrong, he misused religion as swearing on Quran was unislamic.

  107. kittykat46 says:

    Talk about in the name of God.
    Oliver Cromwell’s fighting words applies most appropriately for BUMNO…

    “You have sat too long for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!”

  108. Orang Utan says:

    Jimmy Page,
    I think u r not clear about the racist policy of the govt.What I mention is d racist policy of d present govt. e.g awarding of contracts, transport licence, scholarships , education , employment etc etc. What I meant is d govt policies & not the people concern.

  109. Orang Utan says:

    U see now the policy of d govt only certain race can become head of this & head of that dept even though their experience & qualition r below the more deserving ones.The main reason is because they belong to another race.Just walk into any of our Govt back financial institutions & u see what I meant.

  110. Jimmy Page says:

    giggle (10:45:52) :

    Even Mahathir`s “coffee boy” talks some sense now:

    Matthias Chang

    Najib Can Kiss Good-Bye To Premiership – If UMNO Members Fail to Dethrone The Trinity of Power “The Father, The Son, and The Son-in-law”, UMNO Has Forfeited Its Right To Lead and Rule

    As expected, Anwar won the Permatang Pauh By-Election. The larger margin of victory is significant as in any By-Elections the ruling party has a decisive advantage as it can marshal the entire government machinery and the mass media to bully the opposition. Yet, the Barisan Nasional failed to roll back the support of the rakyat for the opposition.

    Every dirty trick was employed to prevent Anwar Ibrahim from winning but to no avail. On the contrary, each exposé of the clumsy and stupid theatrics angered the electorate further.

    Anger against the inept and lame-duck Badawi was the principal cause for the defeat of the Barisan Nasional.

    That this by-election is the final warning to Badawi and his family to pack their bags and get out is evident from the sentiments of the non-Malay voters who have made known their views soon after Wan Azizah vacated the seat for her husband.

    Now we wait for Hishamuddin, another son of a PM. This is the guy that will take over UMNO, you can bet your life on it. Najib is history. Now we wait for kerismuddin.

  111. Orang Utan says:

    What is d MCA & MIC doing all these while ? Their excuse is that they can only discuss behind close door. They should gather d statistics to argue for a fairer representation in employment, education , contract etc.Just as the govt require d private sector to employ at least 30% bumi why cant the govt also do like wise?

  112. Pak Sedih says:

    Sedih lah hari ini
    Orang undi sipeliwat
    Lebih baik dapat denggi
    Daripada kena meliwat

  113. giggle says:

    kekeke tak lama lagi pak sedih kena liwat olih ahli umno

  114. Jimmy Page says:

    Orang utan I know exactly what you mean.
    You don’t get the fact the Pakatan would
    never win if it wasn’t for the Malays. I know
    all about racism, you don’t have to educate me.
    I was aware of it back in the old days long before Mahathir.
    Anyway, let’s celebrate the victory and pray for the heath and
    safety of Anwar Ibrahim, the next Prime Minister of Malaysia.

  115. Phua Kai Lit says:

    Dear 104 East 5:41:49

    Khruschev to USA in the 1950s: “We will bury you!”

    KJ to DSAI in August 2008: “We will bury you!”

    Question of the day : who ended up getting buried ????

  116. Kherry Scarry says:

    Undilah undi
    Mari mengundi
    Pak sedih lagi sedih
    Yang kalah nampak pedih

    Hari mengundi sudah tiba
    Ramai ramai pergi pangkah
    Jangan lupa budi bicara
    Pangkah kat PKR sudahlah

  117. bamboo river says:

    please get your priorities right. Unless you are ignorant of the going ons about the swearing episodes.
    Swearing to Allah is between a muslim and Allah. No one , even the highest Ulama can dictate or force a muslim to swear to Allah. Even Nabi Muhammad (PBUH) do not tell his wife to swear when she was accused of close proximity. ( RPK enlightened me on this !)
    So, do not forsake Islam for your own political benefit!
    Swearing in Parliament is a law and DSAI or any MPs is compelled to do so. Swearing to Allah is personal .
    Do not misguide yourself about Islam, we non muslims are not stupid for we have muslim friends whom are willing to explain to us .

  118. siewkhim says:

    Mampus BN
    Jahanam BN
    Hapuskan BN pada muka bumi ini

    BN stands for “Barisan Nereka”, Barisan Najis”, Barisan Nonok”, Barisan Nakmampus, Barisan Nakmati”

    Dollah, Najis, Khairy dan semua BN-UMNO scums please jump out of Petronas highest tower immediately!!!!!

  119. giggle says:

    Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, a senior member of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) which leads the ruling coalition, called for a new leadership “to unite our people… and forge a clear national direction.”

    “(Abdullah) does not have the minimal credibility needed to run the country day by day, let alone to take it in the new directions we need to go in a complex world,” he said. “This dangerous situation cannot continue.”

    Razaleigh said the coalition’s by-election campaign, which was criticised for its racial overtones and focus on sodomy allegations against Anwar, has “embarrassed and divided the nation with its ugliness.”

    “It is time to face the music: it is we who have been buried,” he said.

  120. CK Peng says:

    Dear Susan,

    I have been following yor report on the P44 by-election for the last few days. Thanks a lot for bringing the latest and the most insightful news on the groud. Your report has capture the mood of the ground accurately, it has traslated into a big win for DSAI.

    Few days before the election, paper in Singapore still said Anwar still having a very dificult batle. Walau they should just log in and read your blog and not rely on their Malaysia counterpart to feed them news! Barvo Susan.

    Bravo Anwar in Parliment!

  121. Menyalak-er says:

    Dear Orang Utan,
    i seriously think that those 3rd. tier ‘unmentionable’ substandard parties that are within the ruling coalition are totally irrelevant now.
    There is no need for them to do any analysis, because they should have stood up in days gone by against the fascist-racists in bumno. Their analysis are likely to be the karat ‘blue ocean strategy’ thingy which is useless today.
    It is good that you are cautioning about the creeping ‘Islamization’ that can occur, it is also possible that we can see a true democracy with an enlightened ethnically ‘Malay-Muslim’ leader, for example DSAI, RPK, Nizhar, Husam etc.
    Surely all this is better than the ‘civilizational hadhari’ stuff that allows all sorts of swearing on the Holy Book, false witnessing, corruption and syncrestic-animistic behavior of the ‘reaper of Mongolian souls’?
    I would rather trust the so-called ‘devil’ i don’t know (actually i ‘do’ know) than the devil i don’t wish for.
    We see a new dawn coming, and we can only hope for level heads to prevail.
    Meanwhile, i thank Jimmy Page and others for patrolling this site with his wit and all our friends here (including detractors), for i’ll take a hiatus for a week to reconsolidate.
    Thank you.

  122. Peasant the name fits you very well. You must be the typical kampung dog barking
    for your scumbags UMNO. YB LKS and CM LGE went to jail fighting for the justice of the
    weaks and their beliefs. Do you have the marble to do like wise?
    If not, zip up! Go and bark in your kompung backyard.

  123. Surind says:

    Need the support of all Barisan Rakyat supporters!

    (TM Nut – Blocked MT, Invasion of Privacy, Censorship, Throttling P2P & Torrent Bandwidth, NST Printing Garbage!)

  124. .m says:

    Ya Allah! .. such an electrifying awe-inspiring events!
    thankyu Susan.

  125. Fortified City says:

    If you played a musical piece unskillfully,you will have to ‘face the music’ at the end of the show. Thats for bn/umno.

    If you strummed the right chords with the right musical piece, you will hear the thunderous applause. Thats for ALL The Pakatan People of Malaysia.

    The audience are not musical illiterates or else, they will not be there.Thats for the Permatang Pauh people.

    Bloggers, you connected us to the main ‘players’ effectively. Our admiration and gratitude to you.

    Now, do you think we should celebrate Merdeka with the people of Kelantan.
    Why Kelantan,you may ask?

    In PP by-elections,for DSAI and Pakatan,the Kelantan people who are the furthest from the east came to Penang and supported us fully to ensure a victory for DSAI.

    Now,don’t you think we should celebrate Merdeka in Kelantan,as a mark of respect for Tok Guru Nik Aziz,a very senior politician and the people of Kelantan. No state in Malaysia must suffer in silence. All states must be viewed equally. For along time now, Kelantan has been labelled as a extremely fanatical state which we all know by now that this is not true.

    We as Malaysians must break free from this ‘isolation’ mentality. Every state must be equally doing well.This Merdeka season why don’t we travel up to Kelantan in large numbers and buy all the Kelantan products like their beautiful batiks,souvenirs,decorations,foods,ikan kering and whatever we can find there and give the people of Kelantan, a Hari Raya bonus.

    Kelantan must be viewed as any state,with all its people with no lack just like any state. Well, this is just a suggestion. But I will go with my family and bless the people of Kelantan which ever I can. maybe, we can visit all the orphanages,rehabilitation homes,home for the old and neglected and bless them with some material blessings that we can afford and tell them sincerely that we are there for them and their well-being.

    Susan, I hope I am making good use of your blog-site for the right purpose,for Malaysians to benefit from it.

    Who said blogging is no good?

  126. machitam says:

    dear friends, menyalak-er, wits0,…and idzan

    yesterday was the longest day ever i’ve encountered. along the way, at times, i pondered whether i can see the light at the end of the tunnel.

    alas, we finally made it. at least we are now at the end of the tunnel. but there is another journey, a mountain to climb, to get to our destination, Putrajaya.

    this time along the way, we have to “uproot” 30 or more trees(BN MPs’) that stand on our way. we need this trees. these trees may not be able to be uprooted easily. the mountain keeper or “penunggu” (bodohwi, najis and gang) will be “guarding” these trees with a “devil” holding a hook.

    let us pray that good will overcome evil in this journet to Putrajaya.

    P.S ; MCA – 90 % members have jump ship
    MIC – 97 % members have jump ship
    Gerakkan _ sudah tidak begerak lagi
    the rest of BN racist party, “hidup segan mati tak mahu”
    as all knows, only RM is in BN head…..

  127. Drachen says:

    Plan A – beating AI at PP – has failed.

    Plan B will now be put into action. As RPK said, get AI’s DNA, stick it on Saifool’s underwear and use it as evidence to lock AI up until his teeth fall out.

    Time to contact your beloved BN MPs and get them to crossover before it’s too late!

  128. TSTan says:

    My son, 9 years old, prays before the TV last night, I asked him why, he said he prays so that Dato’ Seri Anwar will win in the by-election. I sincerely hope that with his victory, Dato Seri Anwar will bring new hope to all Malaysian, especially young children to have a better future living in this beautiful country called Malaysia, and parents will not need to plan for migrating to another country anymore!

  129. Ahila says:

    Its the Victory of Rakyat ! People have spoken in March and again,even louder on August 26 in P.Pauh. Rakyat wants BN out and PR in !!!! You have done so much sin,BN and have kept it swept silently under your UMNO carpet…… you think GOD will let you off the hook if you are guilty and still ‘swear’???
    No matter who you are, if you are guilty………karma will eventually come for you. BN………get set, ready…….cabut lari dari parlimen !!

    DSAI, Sir, guilty or not; its not for us to judge.People are on your side…its proven now! And we are celebrating your victory as our victory.Yesterday nite in Sg.Petani, fire works entertained our sky. Our victory is against corruption,injustice, racist, etc..etc…Malaysians are dying to see a New Malaysia under the Pakatan Rakyat flag. A Malaysia for all Malaysians.
    The day is not far away,sir,………….you will MAKE it as PM. What a way to celebrate our 51st Merdeka…Permatang Pauh gave us a reason to fly our flag with even more love. Thank You P44! Thank You DSAI ! Thank You Fellow Malaysians!………….God be with us all !

  130. Ghimo says:

    Orang Utan,

    You cannot make PAS more DAP than DAP. With more than 1.5 million
    active members, PAS is the second biggest party after UMNO.
    And these members believe in that ideals.

    In a democracy, anybody can have any ideals and I don’t think it
    should be wrong even if you don’t agree with it. The key thing
    is to tolerate one another and making decision for benefit of all.

    I personally feel, no party in PR should push their own agenda
    the way UMNO have been pushing the rest of the parties in the
    BN coalition. PR should not repeat BN’s mistake, or it will ended
    up like BN sooner or later (by serving interest of certain parties only).

    Each party should stick to their own ideals, but in a coalition,
    please work as a team. No party in PR should call another
    party stupid or outdated just because they don’t believe in their ideals.

    Anyway, congratulations to people of Permatang Pauh for making a very
    wise decision.

  131. idzan ismail says:

    Hello again

    Bamboo river. So hilarious, Your Islamic reference is RPK. wakaka. If it’s tok guru or some ulamak, I salute you.
    Jimmy Page (are you American) my contention is Muhabalah is between human and Allah.
    The idol got no problem wearing in front of human in the form of the Spealer.
    To Allah. no, no. Scared of the wrath of Allah. Because he’s guilty, guilty. okay
    Look at his campaign stunt.
    Wearing masks. True to form because they are masquerading, playing a charade.

  132. cendana287 says:

    I only hope that all these will translate into a better Malaysia – and also better lives – for us all(?)

    IMHO there is too much focus on politics right now. In fact, it had all started from around the last GE, and has continued until now. It will remain so at least Sept 16.

    Folks, in this frenzy of all things political, let’s not forget “the other things” that are even more important than who gets to rule Malaysia; centred around living life to its fullest … relationships, improving our selves, interest in and care of others…

  133. TheWrathOfGrapes says:

    Hush, children – please take your school-yard antics where it belong – in your primary school fields. The adults here want to have serious discussion. And take that lolly-pop out of your mouth. If you still insists on your puerile taunts here, I will have no choice but to make it stand at the corner and pull your ears.

  134. machitam says:

    idzan, tch.. tch…what a shallow mind of yours to conclude that anwar is scared of the wrath of Allah for not swearing. and saifool is not scared of the wrath of Allah. he is playing politic with Allah. he’s daring.
    saifool is the accuser, consensual liwater swearing is making a mockery of the Quran i.e Islam. tembelang sudah pecah, the sumpah most people can see.
    Anwar is taking heed of the ulamak advise. he file a khazaf in the syariah court
    let see how the syariah court deal with saifool.
    idzan, so much on this oledi….
    and you said “The idol got no problem wearing in front of human in the form of the Spealer.”
    others bumno also swear in front of the speaker, in the name of god. don’t you think for a muslim, it should be the same as saifool sumpah you utter the wallahi…do you think this bumnos’ are scared of the wrath of Allah? i don’t think so !

  135. loo seow pek says:

    kai (08:22:26) :

    How come no one talk about the 3rd man? Poor Hanafi Hamat with only 92 votes. I can do a hell lot better with RM15,000. An overseas holiday would be nice. Hmmm, I wounder who those 92 voters were? Could it be those phantom voters who accidentally marked on the wrong box? For just 15 minutes of fame, this is just one expensive publicity stunt for him. Oh well, perhaps he was just trying to create a records by getting the least votes possible.


    I voted la. Bodoh

  136. Pak Sedih says:

    Habis lah maruah negara
    Pemimpin yang main belakang
    Seluruh dunia pun ketawa
    Politik pun dari belakang

  137. Anonymous says:



  138. giggle says:


  139. giggle says:

    Susan may have failed but you are loafing here kekeke UMNO now attacking bloggers. Go back to the cemetery even as zombies umno are useless.

  140. Anonymous says:

    ball carriers will be disappointed cos susan aint got any.

  141. giggle says:

    So will zombies with useless balls

  142. giggle says:

    PBS rebel chief Sindin quits party – Joe Fernandez | Aug 27, 08 3:03pm
    Sindin Ranggangon says he and his 3,000 supporters have lost confidence in the leadership of PBS president Joseph Pairin Kitingan. ‘Might join PKR’

  143. wits0 says:

    Anonymous: : “Dodomiser=loo siew pek=chaptokam all same identikon.”

    Nuisance making us having to scroll unnecessarily to read other comments that make more sense. If I were Susan, I would ban such trolling activities.

    No, Anonymous, how has Susan failed? It’s people like this rambling Dodo miser-ass who hopes to sabotage this Blog.

  144. Dodomiser says:

    Anonymous (16:49:24) :

    Go back to the cemetery , faceless one you also ain’t got no balls ! And stop referring to Susan !

  145. Anonymous says:

    Wit0, maybe you are right. I owe susan an apology.

  146. giggle says:


    Malaysia Today blocked! Order from MCMC
    Aug 27, 08 5:29pm
    Popular news website Malaysia Today had its access blocked by the country’s largest internet service provider (ISP) TMnet.
    ‘Insensitive comments’
    Zero censorship promise at stake?

  147. giggle says:

    Pakatan appoints Anwar as Opposition Leader -S Pathmawathy | Aug 27, 08 4:04pm
    updated 5.15pm PKR, PAS and DAP ink their consent for Anwar Ibrahim to be appointed as opposition leader in a letter to the Dewan Rakyat speaker.

  148. Hunk says:

    wits0 (16:57:02),
    Although Susan is the most lenient and the nicest blogger (should I say investigative sleuth?) to allow some unscrupulous commentators roamed and nuanced about, I think they are polluting this good blog. Just like BoobyNZ. Hahaha. 😀

  149. giggle says:

    ‘Khairy, look who got buried!’

  150. matt says:

    Idzan oh idzan you never fail to amaze me maybe what machitam said is so true,one word for u RIP.

  151. Orang Utan says:

    Yes I agree with u that each party should be tolerant of each other. However without any solid contractual agreement I doubt this can be done. If by chance PAS rep were to be chosen as PM I think there will be trouble for d coalition.PAS & DAP is like water & oil i.e. they dont mix.PKR is ok bcos they r quite multi racial in their present composition. PAS will definitely impose their brand of politics upon all Malaysians. So we have to keep our fingers crossed.

  152. giggle says:

    My “disgusting” coverage: Blogger crackdown looms?
    Oh dear, I guess you can’t please everyone.
    “BN Partyman” sent in this comment, which contains a none-too-subtle threat.

  153. giggle says:

    “In the name of freedom, these websites allow the broadcast of slander, lies and swearing, the use of harsh, degrading language and racial slurs without regard for the reader or those concerned” – Najib Abdul Razak, Malaysian deputy prime minister

    Najis is well known as “Mongolia”

  154. kittykat46 says:

    Also known by the nickname “Altantuya” .

  155. Orang Utan says:

    If u like a serene & non active non entertaining life then PAS brand of politics is good for u. Bcos they prefer d spiritual after life more than the present life. If possible no entertainment is better.

  156. giggle says:

    Najis has been educated by the famous ulamak badawi wgose SIL was buried in PP

  157. White Light says:

    Well done to PKR. A Big Thank you to all those who helped in one way or other in DSAI’s win. Terima kasih daun keladi..

    Here’s to a new beginning for a better Malaysia for all Malaysians. No more race based politics!

  158. giggle says:

    Ulamak Badawi is also PM M`sia and provides much entertainment

  159. giggle says:

    BTW ULamak Badawi is most serene, he has almost acheived “nirvana”

  160. Dodomiser says:

    Anonymous (16:41:41) :



    Its because of faceless ones like you loafing here and impersonating others !

  161. Orang Utan says:

    If we place too much hope into one person then the disappointment will be greater if he is unable to deliver.So all of u dont be that excited. Let us reserve our judgement until everything is proven .

  162. giggle says:

    Hole-y Mongolia Najis at prayers:

  163. giggle says:

    Bey is a Turkish title for “chieftain,” traditionally applied to the leaders of small tribal groups. And here`s the BEY (Big Ears Yacht) of malaysia:

  164. Mikael says:

    Malaysia Today has been banned by the Government! Site is still available on this address:
    Pass on.

  165. We’re fortunate to have pro-justice and pro-peace bloggers
    To keep us all up to date and well informed as non-political bloggers
    They all deserve a big congratulatory pat on the back
    For being able to distinguish clearly between what’s white and black

    (C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 27th Aug. 2008.
    Wed. 27th Aug. 2008.

  166. giggle says:

    Puteri UMNO apologising to Anwar Ibrahim

  167. giggle says:

    MT has been blocked by TMnet, and many prominent bloggers have been blocked too under orders from MCMC. It is expected other IPS too will block MT soon in a day or two

  168. giggle says:


    – Umno

    The charade is over. This is a party without spirit. This is a party without a leader. Ministers, deputy ministers and other senior party officials all campaigned in Permatang Pauh but it was more out of duty than anything else. There was no fire in their bellies. Some could not care less how Datuk Arif Shah Omar Shah performed in the polls. They showed up in the constituency to canvass for support in the upcoming divisional elections in October. One former menteri besar, eyeing a top position in the party, holed up in a hotel and dished out cash to streams of divisional officials. This is a party made of politicians who are consumed with their own interest and completely detached from reality. This could be the beginning of the end of this once powerful party.

    – The Barisan Nasional machinery

    There was a time when the Opposition used to shudder at the prospect of facing the formidable machinery, the women who used to campaign tirelessly from dusk to dawn, the men who braved the elements to tear down Opposition posters and ferry voters to the polling station. Not anymore. Dispirited, they just did the bare minimum in Permatang Pauh. In fact, it was the Pakatan Rakyat machinery which caught the eye. Their workers displayed the spirit of volunteerism which was once patented by the BN. How the mighty have fallen.

    – Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

    He was not in charge of the BN by-election team but the president of Umno and the chairman of the BN will not be able to absolve himself of blame for this dismal showing. The unvarnished fact is that he has not been able to inspire his party or the ruling coalition since March 8. If his party workers are listless, it is because they do not see him as a general capable of galvanising the troops in the face of an enemy’s onslaught. If his coalition partners are feeble, it is because they do not see him as a leader capable of reviving the BN. In all likelihood, there will be calls for him to speed up the transfer of power.

    – Najib Razak

    Without a doubt, the deputy prime minister is hurting. The uninterrupted stream of attacks on his character, his wife and allegations that he was involved with the murdered Mongolian model Altantuya Shariibuu have damaged him in the eyes of the public. His words once used to carry weight but now they ring hollow. His decision to swear in a mosque that he was not involved with Altantuya did not find popular support. Still, he remains best placed to take over from Abdullah. But he will need much repair to his image before he can claim to have the support of Malaysians.

    – Saiful Bukhari Azlan

    He claimed it was a coincidence but his decision to swear on the Quran on the eve of nomination day that he was sodomised by Anwar does not look very clever now. A snap poll of 544 Malay voters by the Merdeka Centre painted him as a pawn in a political game. He should stay out of the limelight till the trial begins

  169. shamsudin says:

    1. Peratus mengundi 65.25%
    2. Jumlah Undi 38,144

    3. Undi DSAI 31,195 (Kemungkinan sahih adalah tinggi)
    4. Undi Hanafi 92 (tiada sebab nak salah)

    5. Undi sebenar Arif 6,857
    6. Majoriti sebenar 24,338

    7. Undi Rasmi Arif 15,524
    8. Undi tambahan 8,667

    9. Jumlah pengundi berdaftar ialah 58,490

    10. Jumlah keluar mengundi mengikut kiraan ialah 46,811 (80%)

  170. shamsudin says:

    Kota Kinabalu, August 27, 2008: SAPP President Datuk Yong Teck Lee on the landslide victory of PKR Advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim at the Permatang Pauh by-election 26 August 2008

    1. The land slide victory of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim augurs well for non-racial politics in Malaysia. The rejection of racial politics shown in the March general elections has been repeated resoundingly by the voters of Permatang Pauh of whom 69% are Malays.

    2. But the BN leadership, especially UMNO, never learn. Instead of strengthening national unity among the people, UMNO tried desperately to whip up racial emotions on the NEP issue by mob demonstrations in Penang immediately after the elections. The orchestrating of the student demonstrations at UiTM by UMNO this month, the inflammatory speeches of their MPs in Parliament and racial instigation against SAPP MPs over the no confidence motion in June all prove that the BN and UMNO are still trapped in the old mind set of racial compartmentalization of Malaysian politics.

  171. shamsudin says:

    PETALING JAYA (Aug 27, 2008): The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) has slammed the brakes on a syndicate involving Puspakom staff and runners responsible for approving tests and carrying out bogus inspections on commercial and private vehicles nationwide.

    A total of 63 people, comprising more than 28 Puspakom staff, vehicle examiners, runners and agents were nabbed in a series of nationwide swoops between yesterday and today.

    Some were reportedly “earning” between several hundred ringgit and RM1,000 daily.

    Tapi nalla bayar RM60M pada Anwar very difficult to investigate kerana dia orang BN.
    Samy vellu main maika pun susah. KJ main ECM Libra pun tak boleh kerana FIL dia ulamak umno.

  172. giggle says:

    Even malaysian robbers are of low quality:

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 27, 2008 (AFP) – Malaysian robbers ran off with a bag of cakes instead of 1.9 million ringgit (560,000 dollars) in cash, in a botched heist that left a money changer shot and wounded, reports said Wednesday.

  173. giggle says:

    Even malaysian robbers are of low quality as the world laughs:

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 27, 2008 (AFP) – Malaysian robbers ran off with a bag of cakes instead of 1.9 million ringgit (560,000 dollars) in cash, in a botched heist that left a money changer shot and wounded, reports said Wednesday.

  174. giggle says:

    Running dog fight:

    FORMER MCA vice-president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek has upped the ante in his media war with party presidential candidate, vice-president Datuk Ong Tee Keat, with a dare to Ong to repeat to Umno what he told the Chinese press lately — that MCA may pull out of Barisan Nasional if Umno does not shed its “Ketuanan Melayu” policies.

    Writing in his blog on Tuesday, Chua, without mentioning names, chided the only man (so far) who has offered to run for MCA presidency for pretending to speak out for the Chinese community.

    “One would think that when the only man running for the post of MCA president says the party may have to pull out of the Barisan Nasional if Umno continues to champion the concept of ‘Ketuanan Melayu’, it should make the front page of all newspapers,” he said.

    “Instead, it was only reported in Sunday’s Nanyang Siang Pau.

  175. ktemoc says:

    Susan, you’re on your way to see pah man shortly, with so many enthusiastic visitors 😉

  176. ktemoc says:

    I mean see pah barn, not man 😉

  177. Nas says:

    We could not have won without the firm, unwavering support of our friends in the Pakatan Rakyat and the tens of thousands of Malaysians – Malays, Chinese, Indians, Ibans, Kadhazans – who have come to Permatang Pauh to work hard for this victory. I truly appreciate your courage, conviction and valour; and congratulate your commitment to our shared principles of freedom, justice and democracy.

    This may be one small step for Permatang Pauh but one giant leap for the people of Malaysia.


  178. sheema says:

    The Permatang Pauh by-election and Anwar Ibrahim’s victory is a historic milestone in Malaysian nation-building and political development for three reasons.

    It is firstly a ringing endorsement of the March 8 “political tsunami” where Malaysians transcended race, religion and political affiliation to vote as one people to demand an end to the decades of Barisan Nasional misrule, abuses of power, corruption and human rights violations.

    It demonstrates that the 12th general election results which saw the establishment of five Pakatan Rakyat state governments and the end of the unbroken two-thirds parliamentary majority of the Barisan Nasional represented the deep-seated aspirations of Malaysians and not a fluke shot or fleeting phenomenon.

    Secondly, it is an unmistakable verdict on behalf of 27 million Malaysians at their disappointment with the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, the Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, the Cabinet and the Barisan Nasional component parties at their failure in the past six months after the March 8 general election to end the deepening crisis of confidence and restore public trust and faith in the government as well as a censure of Abdullah’s failure to honour his renewed pledges to implement wide-ranging reforms, especially the police, the judiciary and on anti-corruption.

  179. sheema says:

    Anwar’s in, Pak Lah’s out

    AUG 27 — Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s stunning win at the Permatang Pauh by-election not only cemented his position as the undisputed leader of the opposition in Malaysia, it prompted senior Umno politicians to begin the countdown to Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s last day in office.

    The majority view is that he has to go by the end of the year if Umno and BN are to stand any chance of checking the advance of Pakatan Rakyat and holding onto to power at the next general elections.

    Tuesday night was a repeat of March 8 with Pakatan Rakyat giddy with an electoral success and BN politicians dizzy with another rejection by the public.

    But the joy was sweeter for the opposition because their icon not only won but did so in style, trouncing BN’s Arif Shah by a 15,671 majority, 2,000 more votes than what his wife obtained five months ago.

    The pain was more severe for BN because unlike March 8, they were not caught blind-sided. They poured in millions of ringgit into the campaign, brought their heavy hitters, threw every conceivable missile at Anwar but still ended up losing badly.

    The consequences of the Permatang Pauh by-election could be far-reaching, with even Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s neatly-packaged two-year transition of power under threat from increasingly disillusioned party members and leaders of coalition partners.

    On Tuesday, only two hours after the last box of votes had been counted, senior Umno politicians were in deep discussion over the need for Abdullah to step down, believing that he had lost the ability to check a resurgent opposition.

    A check of the voting pattern at 25 polling stations showed that Anwar snared a handy portion of Malays votes and the bulk of non-Malay votes.

    Even the Siamese electorate – a traditional bank of BN support – gave their vote to Anwar.

  180. sheema says:

    Najib put on a brave face, saying that Anwar’s victory proved that democracy was alive in Malaysia. Left unsaid was that the BN defeat showed that not much had changed on the ground since March 8. Despite the raft of promises by Abdullah to reform the system, the public was not moved.

    If anything, Permatang Pauh confirmed that Chinese and Indians no longer fear giving their support to the Opposition.

    It also confirmed that the umbilical cord between the Malaysian voter and the Barisan Nasional has been severed.

    BN politicians have compiled a list of excuses for the heavy defeat, saying that Permatang Pauh has always been Anwar’s fortress; that the campaign was pockmarked with allegations and innuendoes and that the electorate was in no mood to support the establishment because of the rising cost of living.

    But they all sounded like excuses and could not obscure the fact that BN suffered its heaviest by-election defeat in recent memory.

    Never has BN been in a deeper hole. Never has Abdullah Ahmad Badawi faced such a bleak picture.

  181. sheema says:

    Now Umno must ask if Najib can take on Anwar
    Commentary by Leslie Lau

    AUG 27— When Umno deputy president Datuk Seri Najib Razak decided at the height of the Permatang Pauh by-election campaign to swear in a mosque that he had nothing to do with murdered Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu, it was meant to show up Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as a hypocrite for not daring to do the same over the sodomy charges he faces.

    Yesterday’s results – a thumping win for Anwar – showed instead that Najib’s move had failed.

    Najib’s stewardship of BN’s campaign failed to even chip away at Anwar’s support, and instead raises questions about whether he can lead Umno towards regaining the large chunks of Malay votes it has already lost to the Pakatan Rakyat alliance.

    The massive defeat the PKR leader inflicted on the Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate may have also put a dent in Najib’s own drive to succeed Datuk Seri Abdullah Badawi as prime minister and Umno president.

    “Yes, Najib will take over but there are worries over whether he can take on Anwar,” a senior Umno leader told The Malaysian Insider.

    “Despite the swearing, the Mongolian thing has still not gone away.”

    While not one shred of credible evidence has surfaced so far to show Najib’s involvement with the Mongolian model, the DPM has found it hard to shake off the allegations against him.

    His swearing in a mosque has done little to help repair the damage to his reputation.

    This is because the by-election was about Anwar’s credibility, and a majority of voters chose to believe him over whatever was said by Najib and other BN leaders.

    Yesterday’s results have also reignited calls for Abdullah to step down sooner rather than in 2010 when he has promised to hand over the reins to Najib.

    There is now concern that Abdullah is a liability and that his perceived weaknesses will allow Anwar to topple the BN coalition soon.

  182. sheema says:

    But while there is strong support within Umno for Najib to take over as prime minister, the big loss in Permatang Pauh also demonstrated that the DPM had little sway outside his own party.

    Under his stewardship, the BN campaign machinery failed to convince enough voters to at least reduce PKR’s majority from March polls and therefore score a moral victory.

    But with few credible alternatives, Najib remains the best bet to take over Umno.

    He will have to prove his mettle in the weeks and months to come as he goes head-to-head against Anwar in Parliament.

    Najib will have to prove his ability to unite the disparate parties of his BN coalition against the onslaught expected from Anwar.

    The slowing economy will certainly help Anwar, and Najib, more than the PM, will have to show the BN offers a better future than a Pakatan Rakyat government.

    As the Permatang Pauh election results came in last night, satellite television station Astro’s news channel Awani featured prominent political analyst Prof Datuk Dr Shamsul Amri Baharuddin describing Anwar as the new “head boy in the classroom” in response to a question of whether the former DPM could unite the disparate parties within the PR alliance in his new role as parliamentary opposition leader.

    “Such is his ability that with one look or just a turn of his head he will be able to ensure the others toe the line,” Dr Shamsul quipped.

    What he meant was that Anwar has excellent leadership qualities.

    Is Najib enough of a leader to take on Anwar? The answer will begin revealing itself when Anwar returns to Parliament tomorrow.

  183. idzan ismail says:

    Dear Mac & Matt

    Just had a victory dinner of sorts. Heard on the way Tun M saying PKR didnt win but BN lost.
    I agree. But Judging from the euphoria on this site, Anwar is one step to Putra Jaya,
    My friends, ease off. On Sept 16 Najib is still DPM.
    Come 2010 Najib is your PM.
    Anwar’s victory yesterday was also due to PAS’s hard work.
    PKR people are only good at shouting slogans, beating up people, pushing old folk to stop from voting and throwing mineral water bottle at the DPM.
    If not for PAS, the PKR boss will lose.
    So Hadi Awang has the right to stake a claim in becoming PM.
    Did not hear the ungrateful one thanking PAS.
    Nothing unsual, he was ungrateful to Dr M for bringing him to UMNO.
    You guys too must thank Dr M for having the man to idolise.

  184. goldenscreen says:

    All BN supporters and cyber troopers, you all can go home and tapau starting from today. The money is drying up in UMNO, the tipping point against BN has been reached from which there will be no return, and watch out for the component parties to withdraw from BN sooner rather than later. And if you are hoping that Daim and his billions can come and save the day once again, stop dreaming a fool’s dream. Change is afoot in Malaysia, the silent majority has decisively moved away from BN to PR.

    UMNO has lost what is termed moral authority or legitimacy or mandate of heaven to rule Malaysia. Not even the TRUTH can save UMNO now, for without the moral authority bestowed by the silent majority, no ruling class can rule!

  185. kitakawan says:

    now call 4 snap election,c wat happens ! kowsai gomen got no balls!!!!!!!!!!!

  186. goldenscreen says:

    Idzan, I agree with you. Najib will become the PM first before Anwar. That is because Najib will be the last part of the RAHMAN prophecy which will see the ultimate downfall of UMNO. So pray very hard that Najib becomes the next PM of Malaysia. As for Anwar, originally slated by destiny to be part of rahmAn but then became the chosen one to bring about the downfall of UMNO. That is why his downfall from UMNO, arrest, conviction and beating by the police is actually a blessing in disguise. There is a saying that you should be grateful to the people who do evil unto you because it will make you stronger and wiser. And Anwar is stronger now then he ever was inside UMNO. Cometh the hour, cometh the man!

    And Idzan, I don’t know about you but I distinctly heard in the first video posted above that Anwar thanked Nik Aziz and Husam Musa (and by extension PAS). And here we have an idiot who is deaf like you who say Anwar is ungrateful and didn’t thank PAS. Might I humbly suggest that you wear a hearing aid and use your brain first before embarrassing yourself?

    Does being ungrateful to the son of that Kerala Indian include spending 6 years in jail and suffering a horrendous beating at the hands of the police? I would like to see how man you are to be willing to spend 6 years in jail and being whacked by the police. Take it as a test of your gratefulness to that Indian Muslim.

  187. idzan ismail says:

    Wow goldern screen

    You are hurting this lady here. Don’t be so harsh and uncouth like calling me idiot and deaf okay.
    I didn’t read nor hear it from the main papers or the radio and Tv, okay.
    Also don’t be such a racist. What’s wrong in being an Indian Muslim from Kerala?
    If you must know Dr M loved him so much, but he betrayed that trust.
    So isn’t ungrateful is the word.
    People are not jailed for nothing.
    I rest my case. Nite

  188. Pak Sedih says:

    Apa apa lagi sekarang
    Lepas peliwat masuk Parlimen
    Sedih nak “dari belakang”
    Nak tujuk dia banyak “semen”

  189. “Fooled!”
    On 25 August, the Deputy Home Minister Chor Chee Heung was quoted to have said this in Parliament:

    “I hope voters in Permatang Pauh will not be fooled by Anwar Ibrahim’s campaign.”

    Well, it certainly looks like the voters in Permatang Pauh have been “fooled”. The MCA voters in Permatang Pauh have been “fooled”. In fact, the whole country have been “fooled”. We have all been “fooled” by DSAI that he can bring about real change to the nation, for that is why the people of Permatang Pauh voted the way they did.

    Therefore we, the members of the seven MCA branches in PJ Utara, call on our leaders to take MCA out of BN NOW for the people of Permatang Pauh have shown to us that they would rather be “fooled” by DSAI than to remain as parrots and puppets in the BN coalition.
    Posted by

  190. Hunk says:

    Hahhahaha, Ktemoc! For a while there I was thinking you were polishing Anwar’s
    shoes. Antway, nice to see you here again. Hahaha. 😀 U r quite funny with your commenteries sometimes. 😀

  191. Hunk says:

    One quetion:- How much has Deputy Home Minister Chor Chee Heung profited from the BN projects?

    Nice to meet you again ella-mae. hahha. You are cute.

  192. wits0 says:

    Hunk, this one also wanted to ban Harry Potter not that long ago, saying this was bad for reading. Now he imputes we’re stupid as to be so easily fooled. Man, I call that sort of spew, insulting the people…and that’s why they must go, vamoose soon!

  193. Hunk says:

    hahaha Wits, For a while there I also thought that Ktemoc has fled Bolehland. Don’t worry lah Ktemoc, Susan and Wits0 will make a special appeal to the “Man-Of-The_Year” as he was a forgiving person. I will also join the plea lah Ktemoc. Please tell Ktemoc about my message. Tq. hahaha. 😛

  194. drsd1665 says:

    For those who cannot access Malaysia Today, do not worry. There are workarounds that these fools at MCMC will never be able to beat.

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  195. citizenken says:

    i was there at sembilang poling station on polling day, i heard the sudden loud noises of jeering, quickly i ascend from the car to observe what is going on, i was wearing a keadilan tshirt, i walk on the side of keadilan of supporters, i saw najib got out from the car other side of barisan supporter. he was standing up giving moral support to the barisan ground troop. while barisan supporters were shouting liwat, keadilan supporters replied with altantuya. the noises from the shout increase as keadilan supporters were winning the vocal wars with” altantuya , altantuya”. one also can tell the keadilan supporter shouted more passionately, whole heartly than the pathetic cries of liwat by barisan supporters, very soon “altantuya” cries drown “liwat” calls, i could start see najib standing with his face blusing red,next i saw was a few bottles of mineral water being thrown by the other side of the barisan supporters, a bottle flung miss me by a foot, by that time, keadilan supporters were ducking to avoid the missile. one of us, the keadilan supporter were holding a barisan branded mineral water and shouted injustice. as the situation get unruly ,the FRU trurn their sheild on keadilan supporters and najib were quickly whisked to his car by a band of his body guard. the next day i saw najib screaming violence by keadilan supporters which indeed was violence being started by the barisan supporters, we, the keadilan supporters were ducking to avoid those missiles and did not retailiated at all, the MSM media spin their stories to suit the goverment’s liking and blame the opposition for agression and violence. from that day onwards, i was not surpised Najib is being pissed and took his grudge to RPK and Malaysian today the very next day as TMnet blocked the popular about bias reporting and dirty blame tactics,ihave seen it live and i have seen Najib red faced with “altantuya, altantuya ” chanting.

  196. Payback Time says:

    Well done PR..we salute to the RAKYAT of Permatang Pauh who voted our favourite son back to Parliment. Better cover your S>holes those BN GOONS..this time DSAI have swallow a bottle of ‘viagra’..he mean ‘business’..they already started extending Sg Buloh prison

  197. Journalist says:

    It is obvious to us, overseas journalists, that majority of you, are a bunch of morons !!! You have voted a proven corrupt politician and of course we all know so well he is bisexual!!

  198. BN Partyman says:

    Wits0 and Hunk don’t be too happy with your comments and sneering !

    BN Partyman” sent in this comment, which contains a none-too-subtle threat.

    Dear Anil,

    Your biased live coverage of the PP buy-election was disgusting to say the least. It seemed like the Barisan Nasional was non-existent in PP. The fact that more than 15,000 people voted for Arif Shah is testimony to BN’s popularity. If it were not for the rough house tactics of the PKR goons, more legitimate voters would have made it to the polling stations. You and your ilk ought to be detained under the ISA and the keys thrown away.

    You are partisan, unfair, biased, and a false witness to the events in PP. Like the 31,000 odd who voted for Anwar, you are ungrateful for the development and progress wrought by the BN. Honestly ask yourself: Would you even own a laptop or even know how to use the Internet if not for the education that the BN gave you? Just like the other bloggers and commentators on the blogsites, you bite the hand that feeds you. You are despicable and so is Raja Petra and the likes of him.

    When the BN government finally wipes out the Opposition from the face of this Earth, we’ll be coming after you and all of your ilk for the lies and ridiculous untrue propaganda that you spread to the innocent rakyat. Unfortunately it seems now that a large minority of the rakyat are stupid enough to pay attention to the lies of the Opposition. The BN will educate them very soon and I assure you it will be a painful lesson indeed.

    BN Sakthi!!!

  199. bamboo river says:

    “Bamboo river. So hilarious, Your Islamic reference is RPK. wakaka. If it’s tok guru or some ulamak, I salute you” – idzan.

    idzan, you are saying the messages conveyed by Raja Petra Kamarudin about Islam from the Holy Quran is laughable and hilarious.You are insulting not RPK but the Holy Quran and Islam.
    Bertaubat lah!

  200. Jimmy Page says:

    I seriously doubt Badawi or Najib will survive their own party Elections.
    Forget about Najib taking over until 2010, he won’t even take over for a week.
    As for Badawi, when he goes down he will take Najib with him. Permatang Pauh is the day that UMNO died. And this UMNO will never be reborn. Even Razaleigh will have to start another party with another name. He has done in before with Semangat 46 and he will do it again. Hishamuddin can take over UMNO but he will have no coalition partners, as MCA and MIC are finished, and Gerakan is on the way to join Pakatan.
    So, keep your insults going for the next three months, because that is all the time you will have in the world. Your time is over. Your BS is over and your voice is useless, UMNO people.

  201. machitam says:

    BN Partyman (07:52:05 “..Honestly ask yourself: Would you even own a laptop or even know how to use the Internet if not for the education that the BN gave you?..”

    halo hey! BN man! where are you coming from? which jungle? batang kali or batang berjuntai?

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