Friday, April 15, 2011

Are Anwar and RPK relevant in this Sarawak election?


I have stopped writing about political issues for quite some time now, simply because as I wrote before, there wasn't any local reader visiting my blog nowadays.  You can click on the top right to read that posting.  Recent events churned out by the BN people have agitated me to write a few comments.    If one local visitor is reading, I am still happy.   Even none, then at least I have released my pent-up frustration, and hope to live longer with less negative thoughts in my mind.

Are Anwar and RPK relevant in this Sarawak election?  NO.

If there are skeletons in their closets, and others of the opposition candidates, are they relevant right now?  No.

Even if all the opposition people are devils, racists, and bigots, are they relevant for this election?  No.

Are we to assume that all BN politicians are saints and goody-two-shoes? We all know too well.

There are so many blatant instances showing the true pictures of these BN politicians that we know they are not good enough to represent us.  Yes, we definitely know this.

LET US NOT BE DISTRACTED BY THE BN TWIST AND SPIN TRYING TO TARNISH THE CHARACTERS OF THE OPPONENTS. DON'T BE DISTRACTED FROM THE MAIN ISSUE THAT THIS PRESENT REGIME IS ROTTEN TO THE CORE.  WHAT WE MUST REMEMBER IS THAT BN IS ROTTEN TO THE CORE, AND THIS IS MORE THAN ENOUGH TO WANT TO KICK THEM OUT.

THE DECISION ON WHO TO VOTE MUST BE BASED ON KNOWING THE FACT THAT THE PRESENT REGIME IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR US, FOR REASONS WE ALL KNOW TOO WELL.  THIS WILL BE THE ONLY YARDSTICK FOR NOW TO DECIDE WHO WE WANT TO KICK OUT.  THE REST CAN WAIT.  THE WORST SCENARIO WILL BE THAT WE VOTED IN ANOTHER DEVIL.  NO LOSS, JUST NOT BETTER.

VOTE FOR CHANGE; NOTHING ELSE FOR NOW.  KICK THEM OUT.  THE MAIN MISSION IS TO KICK THEM OUT NOW.  IF WE END UP WITH ANOTHER DEVIL, SO BE IT.

The BN now is like a desparate salesman  trying to prevent his customers from rejecting his flawed product.  And the only way out is to attack the competitors.  Hopefully, his customers will be foolish enough to be distracted from the flawed product, and forget about the main issue, which is his flawed product.

Enough is enough!

I feel better now.

16 comments:

may ling said...

Clap, clap, clap..

A true Malaysian said...

Anwar is not relevant
RPK is not relevant
Najib is not relevant
Taib 'lagi' not relevant

as far as this Sarawak election is concerned.

The only ones relevant are Sarawakians at the moment,

then,

PAKATAN RAKYAT is relevant.

A true Malaysian said...

This one relevant to you, Justin?

Breaking news!! PKR won postal vote in Melaun and Balleh!

http://twitter.com/%40TaibMustGo

KW said...

thank you for this issue

bow said...

Individual is not relevant in this state election, but the political party is. RPK and Anwar are irrelevant people from west Malaysia, they are not savior for Sarawakians long term misery, only the Sarawakians can decide whether they prefer dignity and better future for themselve and their children by exercise their rights to vote wisely and intelligently. They are the master of their own destiny not some politicians from west Malaysia.

Justin Choo said...

Bow,

Now that the well-informed voters have spoken loudly; the hard work has to begin in the interior where the simple folks have to realize that they have been exploited.

If this can be achieved before the next GE; then we will have hope for the future of Malaysia.

bow said...

Justin, i'm sure you know that the draw up on Malaysia electorate constituency is not really a fair reflection of a fair and free democracy so far, in a city like Kuching or Miri, there is only one state representative seat for hundred of thousand voters, while the rural village of several hundred represent another state seat. Basically in this election, oppostiion pact got 45% of total votes in Sarawark, ended up their state representative makeup is less than one-third of state legislature. It is nearly impossible for PR to stand a chance to govern in East Malaysia.

Gan said...

Hi Justin,

looks like there was more then 1 Malaysian who read this post !

Justin Choo said...

Hi Gan,

Yes you are right. More than 1. As I wrote before, maybe 2 or 3!
(LOL) Hahahaha!!!

I am a joker!

bow said...

Sarawakians had minds of their own, they don't need a lesser evil from West Malaysia to chart their destiny on their behalf, they are the master of their own fate in Malaysia, i have full confident on their ability to vote for the candidates that can best serve their interests and provide a bright future for them and their state. Wahtever outcome of the election is the final decision of Sarawakians that i will fully respect, no matter it is PR or BN.

Justin Choo said...

Bow,
Unfortunately the actual scenario is not that simple as you make it to be. The voters in the interior are ill-informed of the actual situation. They don't know that their lives have been exploited by the white haired raja, and still ignorantly happy when being handed to them a few Ringgit come election time.

If it is on a level playing ground, then I would agree with you. But in the present circumstances, I beg to differ.

bow said...

Just like you say, a few dollars handout during the election campaign will make them happy, so be it!! So long as they are happy, who am i going to say they are being fooled or duped by BN. Obviously thing is not that complicated like you think, they may have satisfy with a long house, plenty of children and having some "nasi lemak" daily, so they choose to remain complacent and decide to keep the present political status quo, doesn't means that they are ill informed or making bad decision. As not everyone think alike in making political decision for their state future, it is not right or wrong decision, but rather
personal one.

bow said...

Sarawakians may have come to the conclusion that a 'White Hair Rajah' is better than a 'white Rajah' after many decades of political indoctrination. It is not that complicated like you put it. lol!!

Anonymous said...

Sarawakians are taking their time to learn, at least they are moving away a small step at a time from sworn allegiance on evil to a lesser evil in this election. In the beginning, they are under the white rajah, then before the election, they are under the white haired rajah rule, now, after the election, they are moving a bit farther away from this old haired rajah ruling party and closer to the opposition pact, it is a slow awakening, but is still a progress as far as new dawn in Malaysia is concerned. Cheer, Justin!! Look at the bright side, at least something is moving in the right direction in Sarawak.

Anonymous said...

Obviously the outcome of the election shown that Sarawakians are still quite fond of White haired rajah than White rajah. They are betting their future in the state is not going to be any worse by voted BN in control of state government again. May be their condition in Sarawak is not that bad like you want us to believe. Justin!

Anonymous said...

As you know, the drawn up of constituecy within Malaysia is not a fair reflection on democratic principle of equal representation base on vote. In big city, million of votes can have only one political representation, while villages and rural area with 30-50 % of that voting population can have one representation, it is hardly a secret that it is extremely difficult for opposition pact to make inroad in some of these rural constituencies because the racial divide is relevant to retain control.

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