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Khairy, it's BN that will be buried

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Modified 22 Aug 2008, 5:26 am

your say ‘Indeed, it may be BN's plan to 'bury' Anwar but the reality is that the rakyat will ‘bury' BN. Bye-bye BN. Consequently it may be Khairy's political career that will be ‘buried'.

On Khairy: We've come to 'bury' Anwar

23PSI:

Indeed, it may be BN's plan to 'bury' Anwar but the reality is that the rakyat will ‘bury' BN. Not Anwar but BN will be ‘buried', Khairy.

Judging by the events that have unfolded from the beginning with the sodomy charges against Anwar and the most recent ACA operation involving PKR exco members, it will be BN that gets ‘buried' in Permatang Pauh.

If that doesn't do the job, there's always the next GE. Bye-bye BN. Consequently it may be Khairy's political career that will be buried.

Millionth Citizen:

Who is Khairy Jamaluddin to talk about Lim Kit Siang and Anwar not chastising Zulkifli? Look at your father-in-law first before you talk - don't be a pot calling the kettle black.

As for you, just one question - where did you get the money to buy ECM Libra shares?

Dominic:

It's sometimes hard not to question the stance of our Umno leaders. For example, our DPM Najib talking about racial equality and opportunity here in Malaysia.

It's as if he's a little boy asking 'What? I don't see any problems - where are the problems? It's only you people (read: non-Malays) who don't realise how lucky you are to have BN and Umno.'

A few days after announcing the provision of scrap metal licences to Indian voters in Permatang Pauh, Najib enlightens the Chinese on how lucky they are to be in Malaysia and how privileged they are indeed to even retain their Chinese names!

The sheer audacity (or perhaps the blinding ignorance, or maybe even just the pedestrian logic) this PM-in-waiting displays is unbelievable.

Please, voters of Permatang Pauh, sink this ship once and for all and bring an end to the racist politics of Umno.

Sang Kancil: As a cultured and properly brought up person, I feel the jungle is the best place for Khairy to live.

He has forgotten that he did the same thing during GE8 when he challenged voters to ‘sink the moon' in Kelantan. He shrank after the GE 8.

This ultra-Malay's speeches are foul. The eastern cultural characteristic of respecting an elderly person who is his party's opponent is not there.

He always advocated a monkey culture. There is no place for him in Malaysian politics.

The Rembau voters who have voted for him should withdraw their votes and send him to the Amazon provided the Brazilian government allows him to enter.

I am really disgusted with this homosapien.

Eulogy For The Living Dead:

Oops! Are we hearing the news that Umno's salvation guy, Khairy Jamaluddin, has flown to Permatang Pauh and promised to 'bury' Anwar and send his political career into oblivion?

Maybe Khairy wants to look at his salvation act and see how he has 'buried' his own father-in-law's political career with the 'demise' of the five states in the hands of Pakatan Rakyat, not to mention his own 'burial' with a limbo rock on his position as deputy head of Umno Youth.

Good, Khairy. Do more salvation work - ‘bury' your own career.

Mohammed bin Ah Chong: Firstly, Najib has implicitly shown his Malay supremacy mind set when he says he allows us non-Malays to 'practise' our culture.

Something as simple as keeping the names that our parents gave us has become something of a privilege.

Secondly, who is he to say that we are allowed to 'practice' our culture by keeping our namesake?

Does that mean the country belongs only to Umno, and our forefathers have contributed nothing to the independence of the country so that Umno can preach what ‘practicing a culture' is?

Then again, one needs to only look at our all-knowing Home Minister Syed Hamid who has become de facto religious minister by how he prescribes what community newspapers can and cannot publish.

He has also defended the logic that a crime of consensual sex can only be brought against the accused, even when the accuser has alleged that it was not consensual at all.

As a side note, I would like to also add that Umno has been 'practising' politics of coincidence: the ACA charges against Yong of Sapp after his party's motion of no-confidence was a 'coincidence'; the sudden introduction of the DNA bill after Anwar's arrest was also a 'coincidence'.

How about Saiful's swearing one day before nomination day in Permatang Pauh? Yup, you guessed it - a ‘coincidence'.

Well, it doesn't take a trained monkey to guess what Abdullah has dismissed claims of recent ACA action against Perak councillors as - a ‘coincidence' of course!

I hope and pray that the people of Permatang Pauh will be wise come August 26 th .

Dhammika: KJ is now revealing his true personality by saying that Anwar's political life will be ‘buried' by the contaminated hands of BN because Anwar is power-crazy.

See who is talking. The Fourth Floor mouth piece is the one who is actually power-crazy. Anwar is not ‘power-crazy'.

He is just duty bound lto reform and change the corrupted, evil, arrogant, dishonest and racist BN government.

Maran:

The father in-law is talking and promoting Islam Hadhari but the son in-law is talking like a mobster. Is this is the teaching of Islam Hadhari?

If Pak Lah could not educate even his son in-law, how is he going to educate others? This is a good time for Permatang Pauh voters to teach those who are arrogant like Khairy.

On Does a big majority matter?

Garry Khoo: It's very important to have a big majority. It's very important for the rakyat in Permatang Pauh to give their full support to our future prime minister.

Permatang Pauh is not only voting for their future but for Malaysia's future as well.

If your gift to Anwar is a big majority, then he will have more power to change the incompetent management of the current government.

Just think about it rakyat of Permatang Pauh, your gift will ensure Permatang Pauh's bright future. Anwar will appreciate it.

He treats people well but unluckily he is always accused by somebody who takes it for granted.

The rakyat needs a new Malaysia, a new life, a new government.

Raptor 22:

A big majority win for PKR matters at one part to show how strong the party is after March 8 GE.

That will show BN that whatever issue they throw on DSAI is equal to water of a duck's back.

We all have one thing in common and that is we're fed up with BN and want to see a change of government.

Malaysians have came long way and understand that criticising others blindly is not the way it's going to work.

Look at DSAI when Najib brought up the sodomy issue. DSAI only issued a warning to Najib and that was ‘Najib, remember Port Dickson?'

So that's what I mean. Before you point your fingers at others, look at your position first.

On Arif eyes a slim win

Enough Already:

The fact that the sports minister even thought of saying the following shows how deeply embedded racism is in his psyche:

‘Although the player is Chinese and the coach is Malay, when Lee qualified for the final, they hugged each other as if they were brothers.'

If the BN government had a choice, it would apply the NEP to sports too, but obviously Umnoputras aren't more equal than others in an area where merit speaks the loudest.

On Wan Azizah slams BN's 'dirty' campaign

Damien Tan: It is easy to guess BN's next move, which is unethical.

After watching the Olympic badminton final, I told my family members that BN will surely use Chong Wei's success in the Olympics for their campaign in Permatang Pauh by-election.

True to my guess, it happened, and even my young boys asked why BN did such a thing. BN also used our first spaceman in the last election to campaign, and I believe the tactic backfired.

BN must understand that voters are educated and very mature now, and they can't be easily hoodwinked by simple stunts.

Dennis Wong:

Barisan National, as usual, grabbed the chance to promote their party and their ideals during a ceremony that should be set apart to congratulate and appreciate the contribution of our silver medallist.

What I don't understand is, why our politicians keep hijacking the celebration agenda of other sectors, regardless of its sports, education, social concerns, religion, race etc.

Why can't they just concentrate on what they should be doing and leave the other sectors as ‘clean' as possible?

And I am not just referring to Barisan National - even the Pakatan Rakyat tried to hijack the Olympics agenda by turning up in the airport.

It might just so happen that they lose to BN's mighty control of the situation in Malaysia.

Winning a medal in Olympics has nothing to do with the government, even though they are ruling the country. Just let the people celebrate for the simple reasons - don't make things complicated.

After all, who knows for whom Lee Chong Wei is voting for?

On Gerakan veep: Keep it clean

Kenny Gan: I agree wholeheartedly that there should be no form of intimidation, underhand tactics, foul play, threats and bribery in the Permatang Pauh by-election.

Vijayaratnam should just stop there. However the good points he said are negated by his subsequent comments meant to sway voters to the BN side.

In trying to gain some cheap publicity for the BN candidate, Vijayaratnam has only succeeded in articulating the moral bankruptcy of his party by repeating tired old threats and phoney rhetoric from the BN propaganda machine.