Michael Wong Mourns Results of Malaysian Election

By on May 6, 2013 in Hot Gossip!, NEWS

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The Barisian Nasional, which has been Malaysia’s governing coalition since its formation in 1971, emerged victorious in the recent general election. However, it faced heavy resistance from the Pakatan Rakyat, an informal political coalition in opposition to the ruling coalition. After the Barisian Nasional announced its victory, many Pakatan Rakyat supporters, including Malaysian-Chinese singer Michael Wong (王光良), changed their Facebook pictures to black to signify their discontent with the disputed election results.

Although the Pakatan Rakyat forced the Barisian Nasional to suffer its worst-ever electoral showing, this small triumph was insufficient in consoling the supporters of the oppositional party. Former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim, who leads the Pakatan Rakyat, later challenged and rejected the election results, saying that the Election Committee had neglected to investigate the existence of voter fraud.

While the results of the election were still in flux, Michael posted at various times throughout on his Facebook, in an obviously agitated manner.

“They keep talking on TV,” he wrote. “It’s been three hours, and they’ve used up almost all of their words. Are they still unwilling to report the results in other electoral districts? Are the Malaysians’ knowledge of mathematics that bad? They can’t bear to lose, so they don’t dare report it? Or are they waiting for the opportunity to ‘strike’?”

Later, Michael posted statements such as “I can only use strange to describe it…” and “Evil cannot triumph over justice.”

When the final results were reported, Michael changed his Facebook cover photo to black and lamented, “Heaven is watching what people on earth are doing!”

Michael was not the only artist shaken by the election results. Malaysian-Chinese singer Fish Leong (梁靜茹) posted on Facebook as well, saying that she wept upon hearing the news. Taiwanese singer Kenji Wu (吳克羣) uploaded a black picture on his Sina Weibo, writing, “Today a friend from the other end of the world passed through a dark day, but I believe that after the darkness, there will be a radiant rebel attack!”

Source: Apple Daily

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  • 90 comments to Michael Wong Mourns Results of Malaysian Election

    1. Rene says:

      its an unfair election.
      when pakatan is leading ,suddenly blackout at counting vote area and then “black magic” happened.New ballots appeared and it all belongs to the Barisan.Angry!

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      • moron aaron replied:

        WHY MALAYSIAN GOVERNMENT LIKE THAT? IN ,Y COUNTRY NEVER HAPPEN THIS KIND OF THINGS. NO RESPECT FOR THIS KIND OF GOVERNMENT. I SUPPORT YOU MALAYSIAN. DONT GIVE UP.

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        • rosemary replied:

          thank you.

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      • Rambling Mind replied:

        I assume you know which areas had blackout. Could you please name the areas? We’re collating and making a complaint to the EC.

        Unless of course, you got the news from hearsay, then I’d be asking on what basis you are making this comment

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      • Malaysian replied:

        What Michelle Yeoh (楊紫瓊)has to say….

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        • Ross replied:

          MY is the happiest of all! 98% Malaysian Chinese voted against this corrupt regime …& being on the winner’s side, this international celebrity is probably rejoicing BN’s victory, popping champagne with her beau….indeed one of the rare PR opposing 2% of the Chinese population of Malaysia, considered to be a very successful international artiste globally.
          One more thing, Malaysian Chinese are not racist…we are fed up with corruption …& will have no second thoughts of voting any other Malay or Indian political parties as long as they are clean & fair.

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      • Abdul replied:

        Majority over Minority? Halal vs. Pork in muhammadland may well favor doner kebab.

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      • Jayde replied:

        May I asked if all these ppl like Michael, Fish and Gary, did they cast their votes ? If not please refrain from bad mouthing your own country.

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        • Ross replied:

          @Jayde, pls check Michael Wong’s facebook & his interview by The Star paper on Malaysian celebrities who voted in GE13. How about you then? If you didn’t vote, pls keep your mouth shut. TQVM.

          I don’t agree with anyone bad mouthing the country by spreading lies, much like you. However, we do have heavily corrupt leaders in Msia, do you agree? Even UMNO Sec Gen Tengku Adnan admitted UMNO/BN had been perceived by the Malaysian ppl to be corrupt….so what’s new? Everyone knows…the truth hurts, isn’t it?

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        • Jayde replied:

          You shut your bloody mouth moron ! Many boycott and don’t read STAR !!! It’s a pro government paper. Dont you know !!! I don’t even need to answer your question if I voted. Only a moron like you who knows a little and thinks you know it all. And btw, DSAI is a family friend.

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        • Jayde replied:

          And btw, our family relationship with DSAI goes way back when he was sacked as Finance minister in 97. You probably was just coming out of your diapers and pacifier. Vote with your head and not our other head ! If every voters were like you so fast to jump and disrespectful telling people to shut up, I feel sorry for the for PR having such emotional and not rational supporters.

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        • Jayde replied:

          You want to know the truth and what hurts its the same BN Chinese cronies Vincent Tan, Francis Yeoh, Lee Kim Yew to name a few who were part of the corrupt gov who gets the IPP. PR is as corrupt haven’t you read the amazon fiasco. DSAI is no angel either, I voted for the lesser of two evils. Tian Chua is a womaniser who screws the PR ladies. And do you know that ??? Go read MT! FMT! DIGEST! CHRONICLE. No one reads Star and NST. You are so ignorant.

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        • Jayde replied:

          Typo error it should be AZMIN fiasco

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        • Ross replied:

          @jayde, got agitated eh? Cool down bro! Can’t take it? You might get a heart attack! Wakakaka!

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    2. RLF Lover says:

      It is truly frustrating. I wouldn’t admit myself as a Malaysian if it means accepting and agreeing with the kind of government that is in place.

      The only consolation that I can take from this recent election is that people are starting to care for a better Malaysia.

      Other HK celebrities such as Chapman To and Steven Cheung have also taken to Instagram to show their support for their Malaysian friends/fans, which I find very heartwarming!

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      • Michelle replied:

        Talk about crap government Hong Kong tops

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    3. Janelle says:

      absolutely rubbish!! magic blackout trick all the way and now ‘he’ blame the chinese. what a racist pm we have. malaysian have to suffer another 5 years..

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      • Rambling Mind replied:

        Again, could you please list the areas with blackouts? We’re going to make a complaint to the EC.

        Unless, of course, you’re another one who got it from hearsay.

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        • Yen replied:

          Rambling mind!
          Go read the news surely NOT UTUSAN/THE STAR and PR already collected DOZENS of EVIDENCES and are bringing this matter to the COURT!!
          For Malaysian staying in KL, let us join hands together at KELANA JAYA STADIUM at 8PM TODAY 8TH MAY 2013

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        • trust deficit replied:

          Bentong, for one. Don’t ask us to prove it, it’s already proven by people on site. You have to disprove to us for it to be convincing.

          Mere denial by the EC is not enough. They are the instigators, how can they be trusted?

          Do we even trust you?

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        • Jayde replied:

          Ask Womg Tack the candidate in Bentong, he made a statement that there was no blackout.

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    4. himhim says:

      I’ve been waiting for the result till 2plus. End up all the nonsense such as blackout and recount vote came in. What is the meaning of democracy? BN u don’t have the rights to do this dirty tricks. What I angry the most is, they did this dirty tricks in front all of the citiZens. And all of us can’t do anything. After election u won.most of the parliament seats. And guess what!! Our dear PM always says “one malaysia” but how come he come out the words tsunami chinese?? Do you know that it is so obvious that u didn’t implement the word satu malaysia?? Did u treat us as satu malaysia?? How are we going to support u all?? You gain no respect from us.

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      • LyNN replied:

        Yes. BN came & slapped every civilized Malaysians right on their face on 5th May 2013.

        BN said “Justice will prevails? Look, we have bought voters by giving out CASH during campaigns. But we failed to win the votes in the end. We have also fly-in foreigners from Bangladesh, Indonesia, Myanmar, you name it. Forty over thousands of them were given Malaysia CITIZENSHIP + CASH to vote for BN. But we still failed to win the votes in the end. So what? We shipped in magical boxes of ballots at the losing seats & BLACKOUT. We even chased out & detained BERSIH observers who made fraudulent claims during counting of votes. And so?”

        BN has robbed all the Malaysians’ votes on 5th May 2013. A historical day to remind all Malaysians of the rejected BN’s VERY desperate, disgusting & despicable DIRTY cheats in order to form a BULLY government.

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        • Ross replied:

          The amount of $ spent on GE13 is incredible! Every BN ceramah sites (BN campaign rallies sites), there are foods, lucky draw prizes & other goodies such as blue umbrella, blue caps, blue helmets, t-shirts, 1kg of rice packet & ..the red packet, angpow! My neighbor attended BN’s rallies SOLELY for the $ only & invited me too. That’s how I got to know this. Instead I attended PR rallies, without any freebies given & part with my cash, lol !!! Its worth it, for the noble cause we are fighting for!

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    5. Rene says:

      A killer also can be PM! what a joke!

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    6. Woooo says:

      I’ve been away from Malaysia for too long, so I have no idea what’s happening. Why is people hating on BN?

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      • kkak replied:

        Corruption and racial issues! go and surf the net you fool!

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    7. dJ aaron says:

      IF I AM A MALAYSIAN, I FEEL WILL FEEL SHAMEFUL, LUCKILY I’M FROM HONG KONG AND PROUD TO BE CHINESE. PRAY FOR YOU PR.

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    8. rina says:

      Such a dirty tricks, as a malay, i am shame, having president like that.!

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    9. Funn Lim says:

      I won’t comment on the fraud since the win was a narrow one but for a country where about 80% of voters turned out to vote is an amazing number. What I take offense is

      1. MCA now threatens there won’t be chinese minister (how juvenile)

      2. our PM and many others state of the Chinese tsunami effect. Wow, what a way to cause even bigger racial divide! Luckily many malay commenters rejected that and simply said urban tsunami. I call it youth tsunami as well.

      3. PM cries that he has tried hard to win chinese votes and in what is I call a thinly disguised racist remark by many articles, reports and I believe even PM himself, we Chinese have let BN down by being ignorant in voting for the opposition, any DAP it seems, But they forgot many chinese voted for Pas, PKR, etc who have malay candidates and so Chinese rejected BN no based on race BUT based on party.

      I read about bus loads of phantom voters, etc. Frankly if PR wins, there will be internal fight between PAS and Anwar for PM seat. Not a good thing also where you have a government with in fighting.

      I am happy opposition retains majority of KL, Penang and Selangor even if they lost in others. They won one slice of Johor which is good. Even Sabah I believe is voting more for opposition, or is it Sarawak?

      Anyway now BN has 5 years to prove themselves capable of change for the better. The PM takes personal issue with the Chinese swing. What he doesn’t understand is a few months of working hard for the Chinese does not equate for a promise fulfilled.

      And he always said 1Malaysia. On the voting day it was 1Malaysia for me. I saw all races together, mingling, talking, I thought what a day. One foreigner said it was like carnival, well not at Cheras but it was quiet, professionally done and everyone cooperated. Glad to know Mr Tan won by 30,000 or that region vote difference!

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      • lim funn replied:

        Funn.

        He practically have to say things like “Chinese tsunami” and it all being the Oppositon (which he literally meant DAP)because he knows his place as the leader of UMNO is severely threatened and he needs to make excuses for himself.

        This is futile however because this is the worst performance for BN even worse than in 2008 during Badawi’s reign and all after an all out effort through rampant vote buying, phantom voters and allegedly ferrying in foreigners from East Malaysia with legitimate identity card from the infamous Project IC (all in all cost an estimated more than 560 mil!).

        And the swing in vote in not just among the Chinese, but also among the Malays particularly in the urban areas. UMNO is looking at him to unite the fractured Malay votes but it seems now the fracture is widening more than ever.

        Come end of the year after the UMNO General assembly, there is a big possibility we will see a new Prime Minister which is most probably Muhyiddin Yassin, who is also not a very nice guy.

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        • Funn Lim replied:

          I don’t like the possible replacement and I am willing to bet Najib will still be PM because he has got the pedigree and his wife will you know hurl the C4 at anyone who disagrees. Never underestimate an ambitious wife!

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        • Funn Lim replied:

          You know I have a dream and that is Lim Guan Eng as PM. I know it is a fruitless dream but one can hope.

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        • Rene replied:

          Funn : I am from Penang and am proud of Lim Guan Eng as the chief minister.I hope your wish come true!

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        • guwa replied:

          not possible for any Chinese to become PM of Malaysia, not at least for another 50 years

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        • 939393 replied:

          I don’t see any leadership quality in Muhyiddin yassin at all. Also, would someone who proclaims to be Malay first, Malaysian second bring back all the lost votes? I think not.but who are we kidding, umno is filled with racists for decades.

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        • Rambling Mind replied:

          Want a Chinese PM? Can….

          1) Have more kids. The day the Chinese outnumber any other race in Malaysia, you have a chance.

          2) Stop thinking along the lines of Chinese PM. Why is the race of the PM important? You’re asking BN not to widen the racial divide and yet here you are asking for a CHinese PM. Does it REALLY matter if we’re MAlaysian?

          BTW, if you (as in everyone, not targeted to one specific person) want the politicans to stop politicising race politics, it has to start from you. The day we practice that and get our children to practice that is the day Malaysians are truly united.

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        • 939393 replied:

          @rambling mind: I don’t think anyone specifically mentioned that they want a ‘chinese PM’. Funn was merely saying she hopes Lim guan eng would be PM. No surprise why anyone thinks that he’s PM-material. Just look at the success of Penang 5 years over his governance. Geez, looks like you’re the only one racializing politics.

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        • 939393 replied:

          *after

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        • Funn Lim replied:

          Thanks 939393 for clarifying for me. I see Lim Guan Eng as a PM material not because he is Chinese but because he is no nonsense-work only type that I feel will serve my country better. I am sure many agrees with me.

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        • Funn Lim replied:

          And I hate it when there are those who think when someone wants a Chinese as a PM that is racialising things and yet when someone insists on a Malay or an Indian as a PM, that is not racialising thing. That is to be a hypocritical double standard that my country can do without.

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        • HeTieShou replied:

          I don’t think race should matter at all since aren’t you all Malaysian?? As long as they serve your country, it does not matter at all what race they are. Like in the US, we have our first black president which many think would not have ever been possible, but we do… Therefore, anything is possible but the main point is that they think of the well being of the people and country. I feel that is the most important not what their race is.

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        • Lynn replied:

          Guwa : Chinese or Indian are not possible to be Malaysia PM? Any clause of Malaysia Law said so? See United States, last time people also said only white skin man can be the President but now a black skin man Mr Obama can be the President for two consecutive elections

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        • Lynn replied:

          @HeTieShou : Yea, u got the point! Anything can be possible 🙂

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      • apple replied:

        Najib’s wife bought a ring cost 25 million using who’s money I guess?

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        • Funn Lim replied:

          Her own. Remember, she said investment? Of course we can all tell where the “investment” is from!

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        • apple replied:

          A PM ‘s salary is 20k a month i wonder 25 milions own money ?

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        • Ray replied:

          I have a friend whose friend worked with Rosmah’s Indian friend as PA. My friend said the ring is a gift from this Indian (not sure what is the relationship) to Rosmah. Apparently this Indian has a lot of information on Najib and there was a time where Najib sent people to this Indian’s office to retract this information. After that incident my friend resigned immediately. NOT sure how true though…

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        • truth replied:

          najib was the menteri of pahang once, so he got a lot of money from genting casino, cimb bank belongs to najib, there’s lot of corruption like the cow condo, french submarine, ghost helicopters, collapsed buildings n bridges, even cronies companies, it pays to be in politics, wonder why the price of a newly built condos cost trice or even more than previously? its because of corruption, parcels of govt lands are being sold sky high to developers, najib who is also the finance minister of malaysia decided that under budget 2013 companies listed in tun razak exchange will get a tax exemption of 10 years, meaning they don’t pay tax for 10 years, who are the they? companies owned by najib, his brothers, mahathir and family, their cronies, mahathir and najib made used of the malays esp in the rural areas, poisoning their minds about malay special rights, so they tax the people mainly the chinese (90% of tax payers malaysia are chinese people) and hand out money like confetti, give uni places/ scholarships to malays even their exam results are not as good as other races but just a handful to other race just for show, make sure that developers give 7% discounts to malay home buyers while najib and mahathir help themselves to wealth of the country, read on yahoo, ‘the corruption of mahathir-soros reply to mahathir’, wonder why everything is so expensive nowadays in malaysia? its because of corruption, people like mahathir, najib and their families get corrupted money and place them into foreign bank accounts, wonder why malaysians cannot go israel so freely? they have a lot of money in the bank of israel, read all about it, its all in the internet with all the proof, everything’s not made up by me but written by people like soros

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    10. lilflower says:

      Sad that PR couldn’t make it this time for Malaysian! But revolution is not in a day time! PR keep going!
      Sad that the PM uses “Chinese Tsunami” as his reason after he won!

      Well its actually “Malaysian Political Tsunami” its not a act towards races issue but its towards PARTY!

      Shame of what had happen on the historical day!

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      • Lynn replied:

        Najib won? What a shameful with his dirty tricks

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    11. P. Tan says:

      Well done, Funn. a good analysis of the political situation here. Now, we can only hope that the PM will realize the aspirations of the Chinese, hence the ‘Chinese tsunami’and govern with more fairness towards all races.

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    12. Wah Kiu says:

      There won’t be harmony in Malaysia until all three major ethnic groups move past their differences and intermarry. Discrimination is based on differences itself!!! China is not superior above all other countries, if that was so then your ancestors would not left for SE Asia. BTW, Chinese is not a race and you are in the same grouping as Malays, Mongoloids.

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      • worship my ancestors replied:

        @wah kiu,

        Please don’t talk nonsense if you knew nothing,..

        What do you mean Chinese is not a race??? Mongoloid is a just a term in anthropology, etc.

        Why don’t you go marry an Aussie Aborigine, an African American, a Jamaican American, or whites or what have you? If you so smart ass as to make a calling to ask Malaysians to intermarry!

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      • Funn Lim replied:

        I see a lot of interracial marriages these days. So I don’t get what you mean. There is harmony, the disharmony is due to irresponsible statements made by those supposedly representing the interest of the people.

        Chinese is not a race? So what are we?? And what has this got to do with China?!

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        • Cabbages replied:

          I agree with you, Funn.

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        • Terminator replied:

          “Chinese is not a race? So what are we??”

          A nationality or an ethnic group. Like Malays, Japanese, and Koreans, we all belong to the Asiatic race.

          Similarly, French, German, Irish, and Italians are not different races; they are all grouped into the Caucasian race.

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    13. sushiroll says:

      so whats the deal with malaysia?

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      • fishes replied:

        What’s the deal? you ask?

        The deal with Malaysia is … it can produce superb singers like Michael Wong and Fish Leong.

        So, it this deal good enuf for you???

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      • Funn Lim replied:

        The deal with Malaysia is… a good deal with sometimes very bad food choices in the buffet table but overall the food is edible.

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    14. Amiga says:

      Michael Wong deserved our praise unlike the Mca. Women named Michelle yeoh ,Michelle is. A real traitor for Chinese and Even support a man who father order killing of Chinese in 1969 as greatest malaysia pm.

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      • guwa replied:

        C’mon, don’t be personal. It’s her democratic choice

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      • Rambling Mind replied:

        And this is specifically the type of comment that deserves to be bashed. Yes, YOUR politics is the right one. Other people’s politics is wrong geh.

        Here you go, typical fanatic supporter mentality for you. Precisely the recipe to cause more polarisation

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      • reality replied:

        @ amiga, totally agree with you,
        yes, najib’s dad and harun ordered the killing of chinese people in 1969 for political power /money but the brain behind them according to sources is mahathir, daim and mahathir then introduced privatisation which is actually the start of mega corruptions

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    15. 939393 says:

      Najib’s blatant vote manipulating sickens me to the core. However, to see that Malaysians being so united in forming human barricades to prevent extra ballot boxes bring illegally brought into polling centres made me shed a tear. This is what Malaysia should be all about– unity between races!

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    16. LL says:

      I feel your pain and frustration too.

      Darkest Day of Malaysia….

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    17. sooreneccs says:

      Blackout to fool some of the people some of the time,
      And some people all the time,
      But one day you cannot fool all the people all the time.

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    18. Rene says:

      Yes,i cried too watching this co-operation among the malaysian folks.

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      • Funn Lim replied:

        Very funny AND very true!!

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    19. Ernie says:

      Sad day for Malaysian citizen.

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    20. Terminator says:

      So the US State Department has “recognized” the Malaysian election results but also has “acknowledged” voting irregularities.

      Got to leave it to our Administration for talking from both sides of the mouth.

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      • Larry 3 replied:

        Well, our government likes both sides.

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    21. Woot says:

      Im so proud of these artistes who dared to put up exactly how they felt about the election unlike others who sided BN eventhough the voting was as dirty as hell. Let’s hope Anwar can overturn the result. Malaysians….unite please!!!

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    22. Panzer says:

      As someone who doesn’t know very much about this Malaysian election, can anyone point me toward an in depth article or website that explains all the voting fraud they tried to do?
      Bringing in fake voting boxes sounds crazy. (not the accusation, the act of doing it)

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    23. Mandy says:

      Everyone know that they are cheated in order to win the votes but we also know that nothing we can do to fight for our justice. I just can said that this is a money politics. But in the same time, I really feel so touching of this round election as many Malaysian come to fight for justice. I just want to tell the government that we are not the old people that you can cheated easily. I really hope someone can bring us justice although I know this is impossible as they had control everything. Democratic is just a word & is meaningless to Malaysia. There were no laws & regulation to prove justice as everything control by them. Black also they can turn to white. What a nice black magic they have. God bless us.

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    24. HeTieShou says:

      When were elections ever truly fair??? That happened in the US many times which is why I don’t vote anymore. The results are always rigged… I feel bad for the Malaysians.

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      • sel_fi_wu replied:

        heard from friends that some dumb malaysians flood obama’s facebook and ask obama to help them. that’s so wrong and dumb because obama also is having trouble with his congress and huge criticisms for mounting debt due to army resources. while us healthcare is getting more and more expensive and become luxury item. no money = no insurance = forgot about good health treatment in the us.

        changed my mind about usa, canada is the best country now. peaceful country, great democracy example is where vancouver is dominated by chinese and cheap affordable free healthcare and education!

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        • HeTieShou replied:

          Not really.. I used to think Canada was a great country to live in, but heard it isn’t so great and the health care is not as good as the US. What is the big deal if Vancouver is dominated by Chinese? I personally don’t think it is a good thing at all just like how many hispanics are dominating many areas in the US. I don’t find that a good thing at all…

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    25. bizzybody says:

      @Funn, your observations/comments are very sensible.
      Whether we like it or not, election is over and the results announced.
      Everyone should just remain calm and observe the next 5 years before commenting further.
      There is not much point in asking for help from other countries. Most have their own issues and would not risk making an enemy by interfering.

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      • Ray replied:

        I beg to differ. We should start from now till next election to have a clean, fair and just election in five years time. Dont wait till last minute.

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        • bizzybody replied:

          As citizens, we must realise that most important is to stand united instead of falling into any politician’s trap of splitting us up with racial or religion issues so that they can pretend to fight for us while filling up their pockets. We do our part to vote, now there’re groups of political parties representing us – let them do the job of fighting while we watch the ‘movie’ being played out instead of us fighting among ourselves. The elected representatives have to earn their keep.
          Politics are always dirty (whether govt or opposition). I’m not naive to think that there is ‘clean, fair and just election’. Read about gerrymandering. Remember the time when a seat is won by a particular party, the one with most $ can still ‘buy’ the seat? Who knows, maybe it’s also happening now behind the scene?
          I would prefer if more attention is given to making the army, police, election commission or macc a neutral party reporting to no one except maybe the royal family who does not show support to any political party but to the wellbeing of the country and its citizens. That would be a beginning for better transparency and an end to corruption because those appointed can carry out their duties without fear or favour. Attending a gathering by Bersih or NGO is alright if not linked or organised by any political party cos then the message is clearer what the Rakyat wants and not what the politician said we want.
          In the meantime, sending petition to another country, esp the US President is a real joke. He has enough on his plate right now and his position is also shaky (with the Bengazhi & gun issues). But most importantly, Malaysia is still our country, the place we’re born in and where our loyalty lies. How would you feel if your son/daughter told their friend’s parents to tell/teach you how to be a better parent? Won’t you feel hurt? Change can take time, we have made a difference and that’s all that counts.

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    26. apalucakap says:

      Nothing much can be done now, as the whole election machineries are on the BN side. What is there to protest, who is going to sort out the grievances? Even murdering a Mongolian girl can also go scot free.

      What puzzled me most is the vast majority of those rural Malay who are still much in favour of BN. Are they so easily being satisfied with a few peanuts thrown to them, knowing pretty well that this BN government is rotten to its core, or are they still living in caves, not knowing what is going around, or are they not reading the proper news, besides those controlled by the BN cronies? Or do they still think or brainwash that BN belongs solely to the Malay?

      BN cronies will be laughing all the way to the bank for another more 5 years with the public fund.

      A very sad day indeed

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      • Ross replied:

        The rural folks are simple minded & easily manipulated by UMNO/BN & they felt indebted & obligated to vote UMNO/BN for securing independence from their British colonial master.

        Someday, the loyal, rural & older generation people will pass away & BN/UMNO will meet its doom for certain.

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      • bizzybody replied:

        Don’t be too harsh on the rural folks. We don’t stay there so may not know the exact scenario. Imagine the folks staying in one of the rural areas in Sarawak which can only be accessed by helicopters. Who will have the $ to go visit them to listen to their needs? And imagine if one person cares enough to go visit these places, promise to look into their problems ie access to nearest school, etc.. They would of course be very grateful and vote for this person whom they saw/met even though eventually the person actually fighting for their rights is another.
        In addition, rural areas may not have access to internet and the information we have. All the years reading/watching what they are allowed to watch on the mainstream media makes it difficult to convince them of the truth.
        Until the time when the whole of Malaysia’s people are more or less on the same education level and has access to the same information/infrastructure, it isn’t possible to expect them to understand.

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        • Ray replied:

          Totally agree with you.

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    27. heat says:

      must change voting system, have a cctv record all voters choice.. not on pieces of paper but tally on the spot with candidates and supporters in the same room, better still if the voting can be done one area per day so that anwar / non govt org people can attend as well

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