Chain Reaction

Monday, April 26, 2010

A New Beginning for Hindraf. for Malaysiakini

A slightly isolated party Hindraf might need to join Pakatan Rakyat if the Pakatan Rakyat's Dream is to become a reality of moving into Putrajaya.

Hulu Selangor By-election has shown Pakatan Rakyats weakness. BN threw in 160 million to win with just a majority of 1,700. But it's not the money they had that saved them.

The Indians there were deciding factor since the Malay votes were 50-50 and the chinese were 100% for PR. The Indians this time supported BN 100%. Not because they were lured with money but because Kamalanathan is an Indian, Local and he is part of a new leadership in BN.

Even tough Zaid Ibrahim has the reputation and support to have won this By-Election comfortably against a nobody. He failed purely because BN did it's homework well and choose their candidate knowing Hindraf wouldn't be involved in this by-election. If it was one of the Hindraf party leaders standing against BN with the PR support for the by-election it would have been in favor of PR.

The fall out between PR and Hindraf is very unfortunate. But if Pakatan Rakyat is serious about toppling BN it has to seriously consider working with Hindraf. Because like Hulu Selangor there are many places in Malaysia that Indians are the deciding factor on an election.

It's a real pity that Zaid Ibrahim lost in this By-Election at Hulu Selangor. I would have loved to see him in Parliament. The General Election is not too far away. In another 2 years we will see the final showdown. With the help Hindraf it might be a reality to see a better Malaysia.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Hulu Selangor By Election

This is a time where Malaysia needs to grow up. We have been repetitively been fed bullshit above bullshit by the present ruling government. When was the last you saw a Government representative come out with a clear announcement about the Countries financial condition.
All the countries around Malaysian has taken preemptive actions to counter the economic slowdown. If we don't have much FDI then who has been feeding our economy. What I've heard is that they have been taking heavy loans to support our economy The Government has not taken any counter productive effort to support our country. The mess up with all the political issues that has been boiling up has not be addressed properly as well.
Do you want to continue with this kind of life? Let's make a change. Vote Zaid Ibrahim. Change Malaysia for the better.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Happy Deepavali

To All Malaysians HAPPY DEEPAVALI. A celebration to truly celebrate even though tough economic times. With the prospect of a better year ahead, we should rejoice the end of the troubled 2009.
The Bagan Pinang by election loss for Pakatan Rakyat is a good thing. We need accountability and responsibility from Pakatan Rakyat. BN choose the right person for Bagan Pinang and they choose the wrong person. So we will see what comes out of this in the months to come. MCA is big big trouble now that they haven't got a clue what to do now. But i respect their party for making the right decisions. The both of them didn't qualify to lead the party anymore.
Who knows what other parties are going to form and lead a new coalition? oopss....

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Malaysia a sinking ship. malaysiakini

The politic atmosphere in Malaysia has gone from interesting to down right stupid. Ever increasing mud-slinging and cock talks by politician diverts all the public concern issues. Last week i waited 45mins for a train at the KL Sentral KTM station to find the train arriving at train station in snail pace on tow by a KTMB engine train. It was not just embarrassing to see this but disappointing to know the pathetic state of our countries public transport system.

Some criticised Makkal Sakthi party as racially based party as a backwards thinking. But i don't see Malaysia coming out of the ropes of racial politics. Even Pakatan Rakyat does not carry that stand. Having PAS in their coalition defeats the pursuit of abolishing racial based politics. Malaysia will always be ruled by race politics unless they abolish race discrimination. There shouldn't be a race recognition in policies. There shouldn't be an issue of bumiputra or non bumiputra.
This is what that makes us slaves of racial politics. It's time to remove the shackles that deprive us of equal standards.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Malaysian Economic Democratisation – Extract 6

Malaysian Economic Democratisation – Extract 6

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What happen's behind the screen? malaysiakini

Is Makkal Sakthi Parties endorsement well timed for the coming by-election? It is sad that an activist organisation being so easily fooled to the folds of UMNO. Najib's ploy is to garner the indian support back to BN by using the famous anti BN slogan "makkal sakthi" as their supporter.

Friday, September 4, 2009

PAS shouldn't stand in Bagan Pinang. Malaysiakini

Barisan Nasional's Bagan Pinang state assemblyperson Azman Mohd Noor, 55, passed away today from an apparent heart attack. His death will pave way for the ninth by-election since the March 2008 general election.
But in Bagan Pinang there is a 60% non malay voters there. I'm not sure why a PAS candidate stood at N31 for the pass two elections. But with all the on going Islamation issues growing out of hand in malaysia. I do not think a PAS candidate would garner enough support with all the on going issues at hand.
I'm very sure that Hindraf would definately field a candidate for this by-election.