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1. the only thing holding the PH parties together is a common desire to oust Najib, what then is holding BN together if not to plunder our land? Which spell more danger to the country
2. on the Selangor MB issue. if you take Pas out of the equation, there was no problem. With Pas out of the way, PH is not PR... besides that, don't forget that BN has their own version in Trengganu!
3. experienced politicians in the Opposition coalition are so unaware of requirements from the ROS - you do know what is shifting goalposts, I believe...
4. water cuts in Selangor and flooding in Penang - have you not read about these in BN ruled states like Pahang, Negeri Sembilan etc? stop watching TV3.
5. shadow cabinet - are there shadow cabinets in Selangor, Penang and Kelantan?
6. stability - I don't see instability in Penang and Selangor!
One needs to be fair not only to PH but BN as well. Our media is biased and no doubt about that. Being the devil does not mean BN can get away with their shortcomings and PH, they are no angels, that means they have their own fair share of the same. I am not a PH sympathiser and I dare say I don't like Mahathir. I too support the investigation of LGE's bangalogate. Deep down I am hoping PH to win but Mahathir to lose in Langkawi!
you also cannot claim that 'How unfair this law!' as there are no examples of who gets off the hook, the law is simply non-existence today.
I would like to add that how on earth courts decide if an information or news is fake? what sort of expertise do the courts possess?
sukan pun nak dipolitik!
so it will be a losing end if BN is returned to power if there's no Malay tsunami?
it does not matter whom you vote if like you said, no Malay tsunami, BN will be in power, no? but if you say with no Malay tsunami, those who did not vote BN will be at a losing end, meaning BN will victimize them?
Like it or not, we HAVE to buy groceries for survival. we can do away with traveling, we can do away with buying cars etc. BUT we need to eat to survive. Malaysians ARE buying groceries from hypermarkets be it Mydin, Giant, Tesco etc. We are buying less because most of us do not have the same kind of spending power we used to have. cost of living indeed has increased compared to our salary which is either not improving or improving too little to cope!
People will spend on what is essential, like food (ie. groceries) but purchasing what we want depends on how much money we have left.
Tony Pua is RIGHT!
“They know about the English revolution, the French revolution, the Russian revolution, about changing the government, but they did not know about elections until they studied Islamic history. Only then they could have elections," ??????????????????????
Voting has been used as a feature of democracy since the 6th century BC, when democracy was introduced by the Athenian democracy.