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    Default Re: LIVE from Stadium Kelana Jaya PJ - 8pm - 8 May 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by winners View Post
    This is so true. I've witnessed that even though the major governmental contracts are mostly awarded to the Bumis, however, they will later sub-con to the Chinese because they themselves cannot manage. The Bumis would prefer to take a cut from it, seat back, relax and let the works be done and managed by the Chinese.

    On the whole the Chinese do get a lot of businesses from the state contracts via this "backdoor" manner. Over all, the live styles of the average Malaysian Chinese are less stressful that Sinkie's Chinese.
    Added to all that, unlike S'pore, there is a massive hinterland in M'sia which allows different ethnic communities to congregate and live separate lives away from other communities. The Chinese have made a great success of Penang, Selangor, Johor, and Malacca. There are tremendous economic opportunities in M'sia unlike the situation in S'pore where opportunities are limited and getting to be even fewer by the day for native born S'porns amidst the massive foreign invasion. Consequently, you will notice that many M'sian Chinese are very disinclined to renounce their citizenship. If they can, they prefer to hold dual nationality in M'sia and some place else so that they can return to M'sia at any time of their choosing.

    What happens in M'sia is clearly not our fight, and it is wrong to allow M'sians living here to use S'pore to openly politically agitate for change in M'sia. Let us see whether the authorities take stern action, if any, on the 200 who protested illegally at Merlion Park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeMans2011 View Post
    Fucking retards. Which muslim country allow Chinese to thrive and doing better than the rest? Which muslim country allow chinese secular education to continue for 5 decades after independance? Yet they want to set the country on fire just because somebody cannot become Prime Minister.

    DAP should distance itself from Anwar once and for all. The Chinese are taking the cues from the DAP leadership. The Chinese are being made the ping pong ball between Anwar and Barisan Nasional.

    This is a prosperous country and possibly the most advance muslim country with lots of opportunity to make money. Malaysian Chinese in fact enjoy better quality of life than their Singaporean counterparts. If they want to paralyse the country like the yellow and red shirt they can forget it because the govt here will not hesitate to stamp this mindless rebellion.
    the DAP's rise to power is directly related to the MCA's failure to spread the wealth among the chinese. MCA sold out its own people giving rise to DAP.

    dont underestimate the DAP.

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    Default Re: LIVE from Stadium Kelana Jaya PJ - 8pm - 8 May 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by bryanlim1972 View Post
    the DAP's rise to power is directly related to the MCA's failure to spread the wealth among the chinese. MCA sold out its own people giving rise to DAP.

    dont underestimate the DAP.
    yup...being in msia for so many years..mixing and mingling with the politicians,tan sris,datuks,rich and poor,you are correct on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray_of_hope View Post
    Added to all that, unlike S'pore, there is a massive hinterland in M'sia which allows different ethnic communities to congregate and live separate lives away from other communities. The Chinese have made a great success of Penang, Selangor, Johor, and Malacca. There are tremendous economic opportunities in M'sia unlike the situation in S'pore where opportunities are limited and getting to be even fewer by the day for native born S'porns amidst the massive foreign invasion. Consequently, you will notice that many M'sian Chinese are very disinclined to renounce their citizenship. If they can, they prefer to hold dual nationality in M'sia and some place else so that they can return to M'sia at any time of their choosing.

    What happens in M'sia is clearly not our fight, and it is wrong to allow M'sians living here to use S'pore to openly politically agitate for change in M'sia. Let us see whether the authorities take stern action, if any, on the 200 who protested illegally at Merlion Park.



    yeah i wanna see wtf is the double standard ccb PAP gonna do to them....the last time a bunch of dumbfuck burmese did this, the fucker got arrested by the police and then got deported back to Burma where they proibably ended up getting tortured and beaten nicely....

    what a fucking bunch of right bastards this pap can really be........
    Is there any offence committed if civil servants and MPs abuse their access to privileged government policy and profit from it??

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    A rainbow seen right above the Kelana Jaya Stadium yesterday. A good omen, guys. God is on your side. #ubah

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    The crowd at Kelana Jaya stadium yesterday. I pity that one girl who was in the middle of the crowd & had to pee?

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    I pity anyone who had to pee or even worse. Shit....

    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmos10 View Post


    The crowd at Kelana Jaya stadium yesterday. I pity that one girl who was in the middle of the crowd & had to pee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray_of_hope View Post
    Added to all that, unlike S'pore, there is a massive hinterland in M'sia which allows different ethnic communities to congregate and live separate lives away from other communities. The Chinese have made a great success of Penang, Selangor, Johor, and Malacca. There are tremendous economic opportunities in M'sia unlike the situation in S'pore where opportunities are limited and getting to be even fewer by the day for native born S'porns amidst the massive foreign invasion. Consequently, you will notice that many M'sian Chinese are very disinclined to renounce their citizenship. If they can, they prefer to hold dual nationality in M'sia and some place else so that they can return to M'sia at any time of their choosing.

    What happens in M'sia is clearly not our fight, and it is wrong to allow M'sians living here to use S'pore to openly politically agitate for change in M'sia. Let us see whether the authorities take stern action, if any, on the 200 who protested illegally at Merlion Park.
    I like your replies.

    You seem to make some sense while the rest all I need to poke on them is ..

    say BALLESS to them including the Boss here.

    You see, the Boleh land system did not have a despotic psycopathtic dictator running the place for as long as they have existed unlike Sinkland.

    Opportunities are truly open not crony here, crony there ended up all linked monopoly system like Sinkland.

    Which makes the ppl really diverse.

    The very existence of what makes them human.

    Unlike Sinkie!

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    Default Re: LIVE from Stadium Kelana Jaya PJ - 8pm - 8 May 2013

    opposition leader[he has a cyberspace oil field] promised to reduce price of petrol if he becomes PM.

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    Default Re: LIVE from Stadium Kelana Jaya PJ - 8pm - 8 May 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by maxxi View Post
    But so few bumis..
    Spot on! So its "well done DAP".
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    Malaysia rally speakers may be charged: police

    Police said Thursday they may pursue sedition charges against speakers at a mass rally organised by Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to protest against alleged election fraud.

    The announcement was swiftly condemned by Anwar's party as a "politically motivated threat" aimed at silencing opposition claims that last Sunday's hard-fought elections were stolen by the ruling coalition.

    Vowing to "never surrender" as he addressed a sea of supporters at a rally in a Kuala Lumpur suburb, Anwar late Wednesday announced that a series of protest gatherings would be held around the country.

    Rafizi Ramli, an official from his party, said two rallies were planned for the weekend in northern states including Anwar's home state of Penang, with another two early next week on the east coast and in the south.

    During Wednesday's rally attended by tens of thousands, dressed in black to protest the election outcome, Anwar denounced the Barisan Nasional (National Front) government of Prime Minister Najib Razak as "illegitimate".

    "We will go to every corner of this country," Anwar declared, prompting roars from the multiracial crowd, who filled a stadium and its football field and spilled out in surrounding neighbourhoods.

    "We will continue to struggle and we will never surrender!"

    Hisan Hamzah, police chief of the state of Selangor where the rally took place, told AFP he may pursue sedition charges against most of the 33 speakers at the rally. He would not confirm whether Anwar would be among them.

    "This is a very serious offence," he said, declining to give further details. Sedition carries a penalty of up to five year's jail.

    "This illegal police investigation is clearly intended to divert attention from the massive electoral fraud and irregularities that are being highlighted by Pakatan Rakyat (People's Pact)," a statement by Anwar's party said, using the name of the three-party opposition alliance.

    The huge turnout and the charismatic Anwar's call for similar rallies across the country upped the ante in an opposition campaign to paint the elections as a fraudulent victory for the coalition that has ruled Malaysia for 56 years.

    Anwar has said he would soon produce evidence to prove his claims.

    Najib has denied the allegations and urged opponents to accept the election result gracefully.

    In the United States, a spokesman for President Barack Obama congratulated Najib on the win but said: "We note concerns regarding reported irregularities in the conduct of the election, and believe it is important that Malaysian authorities address concerns that have been raised."

    Najib's office said before Wednesday's rally that the gathering was "calculated to create unrest". But it went off without any reported incidents.

    It was not clear whether authorities would push the sedition probe.

    Police had earlier threatened to arrest rally participants, but with tension high over the country's closest-ever election result, no police were seen.

    Government critics routinely accuse the authoritarian government of using various criminal charges to silence dissent.

    Anwar has battled Barisan since he was ousted from its top ranks in 1998 and jailed for six years on sex and corruption charges widely seen as trumped-up.

    The opposition has made a host of allegations including suspicious handling of ballot boxes and suspected foreigners being drafted in to vote.

    Indelible ink -- meant to thwart multiple voting -- easily washed off.

    A report released Wednesday by two independent watchdogs noted "serious flaws" in the electoral system and said the vote was "only partially free and not fair".

    The election was seen as the first in which the opposition had a chance to unseat the coalition which has governed since independence in 1957.

    Barisan retained a firm parliamentary majority despite winning less than half the popular vote, a factor blamed on its tinkering with electoral districts.

    "The government has stolen it. This is not the people's will," said Kenny Lim, 32, an engineer who attended the Kuala Lumpur rally.

    "We come out peacefully to fight for a clean election -- that's why we are here."
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