刘镇东:纳吉哈迪手牵手,马华跟着一起走!

(30-4-2018)

希盟亚依淡候选人刘镇东指控,柔佛一名大亨在三个焦点选区大洒银弹,企图协助国阵胜选。刘镇东也是行动党政教主任。他今午在记者会上指控,这名大亨在森布隆、

拉美士与亚依淡国席投入数百万令吉,协助国阵打选战。森布隆、拉美士与亚依淡的原任国会议员分别是:看守政府国防部长希山慕丁、国际贸工部副部长蔡智勇及首相署部长魏家祥。刘镇东宣称,马华内部的人看不过眼,所以告知他此事。“我们有很多内幕消息,马华内部的人看不过眼,告诉我们,这名大亨专注在柔佛三个选区,

即森布隆、拉美士和亚依淡。”“我知道我的对手不只是魏家祥,而是对垒整个国阵政府的资源。我知道亚依淡是一场很艰巨的战役,不只是对垒魏家祥,而是打国阵,还有大财阀。”劝别成为刘特佐他奉劝这名大亨,不需要在这些选区砸数百万令吉,因为当选民铁了心要改变时,无人可以平息反风。他举例,上届大选,

富豪刘特佐也是在槟城大洒银弹,包括在行动党秘书长林冠英的州选区丢了数千万令吉,但反而激起选民义愤。“最后,小市民反感。反感到什么程度?国阵在槟城两个州选区失掉按柜金。”同样的,刘镇东呼吁这名柔佛大亨省下巨款,以让朝野公平竞争。回应Milo罐嘲讽刘镇东也一并回应,马华在中文报刊登的“Milo罐筹款”广告。

“其实不只是行动党,土著团结党、公正党、诚信党也是靠小额募款。对我来说,小额募款是民主精神的伟大表现。”“为什么呢?因为大家都知道选举不是公平的竞争。国阵有媒体,有钱,有政府机关,还有大财团大财阀助选。我们没有这一切,但选民体认到这不是公平的竞争,所以支持行动党与希盟,就算我们用Milo罐筹钱,他们也会支持。”

马华公会今天在各中文报刊登广告,宣扬“马华实干兴邦”,相对下行动党及公正党“只讲不做”,只会以铝罐向公众筹款。亚依淡是魏家祥的老巢。本届大选,刘镇东从居銮国席移师亚依淡,以挑战魏家祥。不过,伊党候选人马尔迪(Mardi Marwan)插上一脚,形成三角战。

敦马现身微电影  哽咽指「希望纠正过错」

(30-4-2018)

敦马现身微电影  哽咽指「希望纠正过错」

敦马现身微电影  哽咽指「希望纠正过错」

Posted by Kini YouTube on Sunday, April 29, 2018

前首相、希盟会长兼浮罗交怡候选人敦马哈迪,28日在推特与面子书发佈了一支微电影视频,以悲伤的语气表示,希望在有生之年纠正自己过去的错误,重建马来西亚。

马哈迪出现在《希望——给马来西亚的微电影》视频中,身穿招牌服饰,与2名小孩聊天。名叫爱莎的小女孩先是询问,为何已93岁的他仍要工作,马哈迪微笑回答:「那是因为我希望能够纠正过去,或因为我造成的错误,重建国家,以及当前的状况。」之后爱莎的哥哥出现,爱莎向马哈迪介绍说:「这是我哥哥亚当,

他每次听到你以前的故事时,都会很生气,非常固执。」接著,他们开始討论起「默迪卡」的意义。马哈迪说,「『默迪卡(独立)』意味著我们自由,不受殖民,可自行发展国家,让人民生活得更好。」当小孩问道:「您对马来西亚有什么期盼时?」,马哈迪渐渐哽咽抽泣。他回答:「我希望大马可以由更好的政府治理。

爷爷已经老了,90多岁了,时日无多,但我会尽全力,跟朋友们合作,重建我们的国家马来西亚。」小女孩於是给了他一个拥抱。这支微电影完整版长达10分28秒,在推特上的是2分20秒的剪辑版。截止29日早上,推特版视频已达16万次观看,而马哈迪面子书专页的观看率超过19万次观看,超过1万次分享。第14届大选开打,

希盟总裁马哈迪发布一支视频,以悲伤哽咽语气表示,他希望在有生之年,能够纠正自己过去的错误,重建国家。这支视频全长2分钟20秒。马哈迪在视频中身穿招牌中山装,跟两名小孩解释他的斗争。只见一名叫艾莎的小女孩询问现年93岁的马哈迪,为何他还要工作?马哈迪则微笑说:“我必须工作,重建我们的国家,可能是因为我以前所犯的错误,还有当前的状况。”

之后,艾莎的哥哥亚当走进来,一老二小开始讨论“默迪卡”的意义。“默迪卡的意思是,我们得以自由,没有受人殖民,可以自行治理与发展国家,以便人民生活更好,有工作,也有收入。”接着,小孩问道:“那爷爷你对马来西亚有什么希望?”与伙伴联手重建国家马哈迪在回答这问题时,开始哽咽抽泣。“我的希望是,

马来西亚能有个好政府治理。爷爷已经老了,90多岁了,时日无多了。但以我目前的力量,我将尽力而为,跟伙伴携手,以便重建我们的国家马来西亚。”视频播至此处,背景音乐响起苏迪曼(Sudirman Arshad)的名曲《再会》(Salam Terakhir)。而小女孩看着抽泣的马哈迪,然后起身给他一个拥抱。这支短片在27日下午5点半上载到马哈迪的推特,

在不到36小时内,观看率已超过11万次。任相22年毁誉参半推特的视频原版全长10分钟28秒,业已上载到Youtube及马哈迪面子书专页。截止今日凌晨12点50分,Youtube 版本观看率逾 2万6000次,而面子书版本观看率则逾13万次,分享超过7000次。马哈迪曾担任首相22年,任内毁誉参半。有者赞扬他为“马来西亚发展之父”,

有者则认为他铁腕治国,侵犯人权,好大喜功,而且开贪腐滥权之恶风。马哈迪从2015年起连连以一马公司案等追击“隔代指定接班人”纳吉,并在2016年2月退出巫统,随后联同前副首相慕尤丁等创办土著团结党,目前领导希盟对抗国阵。本届大选,马哈迪除了领军希盟,自己也在浮罗交怡国席竞选,准备一旦执政就再度任相。

为了华教,安顺人记得一定要投倪可敏!

(29-4-2018)

民主行动党依斯干达公主城候选人林吉祥于2018年4月26日(星期四)晚上8时在金宝的民主行动党竞选中心开幕礼上的演讲:挑战国阵约730名的国会和州议席候选人在

星期六的第十四届大选提名日之前表明,他们要求针对导致马来西亚成为环球贼狼当道国家和流氓民主国家的一马公司丑闻,进行全面调查距离星期六的第十四届大选的国会和州议席候选人提名日还有36个小时。在2018年5月9日当天,马来西亚半岛和沙巴将会有222个国会选区和大约500个州选区开发竞选。我要挑战国阵约730名的

国会和州议席候选人在2018年4月28日星期六早上9时的第十四届大选提名日之前表明,他们要求针对横跨全球,并导致马来西亚成为环球贼狼当道国家的国际一马公司洗钱丑闻,进行全面调查。对于这大约730名国阵的国会和州选区候选人来说,这将会是一次严峻的考验,因为这会显示出他/她们是否都是有原则的人,

准备把自己身为中选议员的利益放置于拯救马来西亚,不让她沦为一个贼狼当道国家和流氓民主国家的更大的利益之下。且让我们拭目以待在这730名国阵国会和州选区候选人当中,无论是来自巫统、马华、国大党、民政党,还是砂拉越和沙巴的任何一个国阵成员党,是否有人会愿意拒绝被提名为国阵候选人,无论是在国会或州选区,

只因为巫统/国阵领导层必须要为一马公司丑闻和马来西亚沦为环球贼狼当道国家负上全责。纳吉相信他可以籍着混淆和审查有关美国总检察长杰夫塞申斯口中的“盗贼统治最恶劣案例”的一马公司丑闻的详细检验和辩论的资讯,就能在第十四届大选免去为一马公司丑闻负上责任。倘若纳吉成功在第十四届大选将一马公司丑闻的议题掩盖起来,

那么它不只会是“世纪之窃”,也将会是马来西亚历史上最庞大的选举欺诈。

Several Harapan candidates fall even before starting GE14 battle

(28-4-2018)

The 14th General Election. At least six Pakatan Harapan candidates were disqualified even before they could begin their 14th general election battle. The most high-profile disqualification was PKR vice-president Tian Chua in Batu, who was the parliamentary constituency’s incumbent for 10 years. He was disqualified due to a RM2,000 fine imposed on him last month although a similar fine in 2010 did not get him disqualified from contesting in the last general election. In the Johor state seat of Bukit Pasir, Bersatu’s candidate Pizi Jihat’s nomination papers were rejected by the returning officer. He was disqualified on the grounds of being bankrupt.

Bersatu president Muhyiddin Yassin said Pizi had already settled his bankruptcy prior to being nominated, and had brought proof with him today. “Among the documents he handed to the returning officer was a search on the Insolvency Department’s website to show that he is not bankrupt. “But (the returning officer) said the latest cheque showed he was bankrupt, which is why I’m puzzled as to which is true,” Muhyiddin told reporters. He said the party will consult with their lawyers on the next step. The same fate befell Bersatu’s Yaakob Osman for the Penang state seat of Penaga. However, Yaakob refuted this, claiming that he had already ran a check which did not show he is a bankrupt. “The election commission has said that there is data that I am bankrupt. We did a cheque last week and yesterday as well. “There were no issues and I have not been summoned by anyone or declared bankrupt. The election commission has decided, nothing can be done,” he was quoted as saying by The Star Online. Barisan Nasional wins Rantau unopposed.

In Kelantan, PKR candidates in both the state seats of Tawang and Kuala Balah were disqualified. PKR’s Mohd Azihan Che Seman was disqualified in Tawang on grounds that his identity card address was not in Kelantan, which is a prerequisite to contest in the state seat there. PKR’s Mohd Hafidz Rizal Amran was disqualified in Kuala Balah on grounds of being bankrupt. He declined to comment when met. In the state seat of Rantau, PKR’s Dr S Streram was denied entry into the nomination centre on grounds that he did not bring his Election Commission (EC) pass and was only let into the nomination centre three minutes after the deadline. This led to the EC to declare the incumbent, caretaker Negeri Sembilan menteri besar Mohamad Hasan the winner of the seat unopposed. Meanwhile, PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli, in a statement, accused the returning officer handling the state seat of Rantau of deliberately delaying the party’s candidate Streram. “I was informed by Harapan representatives in the hall that the Negeri Sembilan Election Commission director had instructed the returning officer to allow Streram in to submit his nomination paper as early as 9.30am.

“However, the returning officer kept delaying before letting him at 10.03am and then rejected the nomination,” he alleged. It is noteworthy that Parti Rakyat Malaysia (PRM) Jenice Lee, who was to submit her nomination papers for the state seat of Teratai and parliamentary seat of Pandan, also faced a similar issue but was let in within minutes. She managed to field her candidacy for both seats. Meanwhile, aside Harapan, a PAS candidate also ran out of luck. According to Utusan Malaysia, PAS Subang Jaya candidate Mohamad Badri Abdul Rahman was also disqualified on grounds of being bankrupt.

Returning officer Noraini Roslan reportedly announced that the Subang Jaya seat would see a three-cornered fight between Barisan Nasional’s Chong Ah Wat, PKR’s Michelle Ng and Independent candidate Toh Sin Wah.

EC slammed for rejecting Suhakam as election observer

(28-4-2018)

General Election 14. The rejection of the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) is akin to saying the Election Commission was not interested in conducting a free and fair election, says DAP’s Lim Lip Eng. In a statement today, Lim, the Federal Territories DAP secretary, said that the electoral body lost a golden opportunity to show it is indeed an independent body. “The idea of having independent bodies such as Suhkam monitoring the electoral process is to assist EC in doing a good job; therefore, by rejecting Suhakam, the EC has lost a golden opportunity to show that it is truly non-partisan.

“This has raised a lot of doubts, especially after the EC announced that it would invite international election watchdogs (and) from a list of seven countries, six of which performed worse than Malaysia in the democracy index,” Lim added. Lim is the current caretaker Segambut incumbent MP, but will be fielded in Kepong in the coming general election. “I, therefore, call upon the EC chairperson, Mohd Hashim Abdullah to look at the list of countries once again to see where these countries occupy in The Economist’s Democracy Index 2017 and Freedom House’s Freedom in the World 2018,” he added. Yesterday, Suhakam revealed it had failed in its bid to be accredited as an election observer. Even so, later vowed that it will continue to monitor the election, despite this setback. Bersih to EC: What are you afraid of? On April 10, the EC announced that representatives of electoral management bodies from at least seven countries – Indonesia, Thailand, Maldives, Timor Leste, Cambodia, Kyrgyzstan and Azerbaijan – will observe the election.

The EC also invited little known Malaysian Commonwealth Studies Centre (MCSC) to monitor the polls, which will be held on May 9. However, the EC has yet to state the terms of reference for these observers, nor has it identified any of them, despite nomination day being just two days away. Bersih, too, has expressed displeasure at this turn of events, demanding the EC state its reason for not including Suhakam as an election observer. Bersih acting chairperson Shahrul Aman Mohd Saari was quoted by Free Malaysia Today (FMT) as questioning EC’s “strange” decision to disallow the country’s own national body on human rights and which was established by Parliament while inviting international observers. There was no valid reason for the Suhakam not to participate in the polling process, he reportedly said. “Are they afraid that we may find any wrongdoings in the election?” he asked. Meanwhile, in a separate statement, Harapan’s candidate for Pendang Wan Saiful Wan Jan described the incident as a “grave injustice” to Malaysians.

“I fully applauded Suhakam chairperson Razali Ismail’s decision to press ahead as an independent observer in spite of EC’s objection,” he said in the statement. “Suhakam is an independent body established by Parliament under the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia Act 1999. Barring them from serving the rakyat without even giving a proper reason shows that the EC is no longer neutral. “Why now of all times? Is it because Suhakam announced that they would monitor hot seats?” he questioned. He claimed this, together with previous actions taken by the electoral body – such as its redelineation exercise, its provisional dissolution of Harapan component party Bersatu, and introduction of additional requirements governing use of political leaders’ imagery on campaigning materials – made it appear the EC was acting in favour of Umno. “It is clear, that as elections draw close, the EC is making rulings in favour of Umno at the expense of Harapan”, added Wan Saiful. “Barring Suhakam from serving is the last straw. Let’s not forget that in the previous general election, when names were missing from the electoral roll people complained directly to Suhakam.

“EC Chairperson should be ashamed of himself. As a Muslim and as a Malaysian you need to put the rakyat first, above all else,” he said.