Tuesday, August 26, 2008

The road to Putrajaya is wide open

They threw everything they had at Anwar - Saiful, Ezam, Nalla, American agent, Jewish Agent, Mr. Double Face, Sellout to the Malays. He did not waver.

They threw everything they had at the voters of Permatang Pauh-election on working day, hyperactive media propaganda machine, goodies, petrol price reductions etc. They did not waver.

They threw everything they had at the Pakatan Rakyat party workers –roadblocks, intimidation, hostile govt. dept support machinery, phantom voters, uncooperative EC etc. They did not waver.

They did not waver because they know that the rakyat is with them .They did not waver because the hopes of ordinary Malaysians and future of Malaysia rests heavy on their shoulders. They did not waver because they are Nationalists and consider themselves as patriots

Now they have won a strong psychological victory over UMNO and they are relishing every moment of it.History was made on 26th August 2008!

One man absorbed the entire UMNO onslaught and came out victorious. Not only did Anwar and Pakatan did not waver. They have come out of this fight even stronger and the road to Putrajaya is now wide open.

For UMNO and its BN’s sidekick, the writing is on the wall. As Pakatan Raykat march on to Putrajaya, each of their MPs will have to decide whether to join the victors or face oblivion.

Friday, August 1, 2008

Use indelible ink for Permatang Pauh By-election

Since the by election for the Permatang Pauh will be held soon, I would like to take this opportunity to resurrect the issue of the indelible ink once again.

SPR purchased the ink costing RM 2.4 million of the taxpayers’ money. Rather than letting it go to waste, we might as well use it for this by election. It would be most fitting that this election, which will most likely propel DSAI back into Parliament, will make history as the most transparent ever.

I would like Pakatan Rakyat to raise this issue in Parliament on behalf of the rakyat.

The rakyat would also like to know what action will be taken against the SPR Chairman, the Attorney-general and the National Chief of Police for misleading the public in a live TV telecast, into believing that there was credible evidence of sabotage, which prompted SPR to cancel its use. Being civil servants, their partisan action should not go unpunished.