" KALI INILAH " " UBAH! " " KALI INILAH " " UBAH! " " KALI INILAH " " UBAH! "
OH MY GOD! PLEASE GIVE VICTORIES TO ISLAMIC MOVEMENT IN GE13!
OH MY GOD! PLEASE DESTROY ALL THE STRATEGIES OF JAHILIYYAH 'S MOVEMENT!
OH MY GOD! GIVE MORE SUPPORT FROM PEOPLE LIKE ABU TALIB IN THE ISLAMIC MOVEMENT OR SUPPORTERS OF THE ISLAMIC MOVEMENT
IN THE GE13! IN MALAYSIA
OH MY GOD! DESTROY ALL THE GROUND WORKS AND DIRTY WORKS OF THE MUNAFIKUN THE LIKENESS OF ABDULLAH BIN UBAI!
OH MY GOD! DESTROY THE JAHILIYYAH MOVEMENT TOGETHER WITH THE MUNAFIKUN THE LIKENESS OF ABDULLAH BIN UBAI AND THOSE WHO ARE ANTI ISLAM;
THE LIKENESS OF ABU JAHAL AND ABU LAHAB!
OH MY GOD! THE SUSTAINER, THE PRESERVER, THE ALMIGHTY; AND THE OWNER OF POWER IN THIS WORLD AND IN THE HEREAFTER! ;
OH MY GOD! PLEASE GIVE VICTORY TO OPPRESSED AND SUPPRESSED RAKYAT!
OH MY GOD! PLEASE DETHRONE THE OPPRESSED DRACONIAN LAW; UNJUST RULE!
OH MY GOD! PLEASE DETHRONE JAHILIYYAH AND PRIMITIVE SOVEREIGN IN GE 13! ; DETHRONE THE POWER OF RACISM, CHAUVINISM, CORRUPTIONS, CRONISM AND ABUSES OF POWER IN ONE MALAYSIA ; CHANGE NOW!
OH MY GOD! PLEASE LET PURTRAJAYA, PARLIAMENT AND MALAYSIA BE TAKEN OVER ;
PEACEFULLY AND HARMONIOUSY WITHOUT BLOODSHED!; A SMOOTH TRANSITION OF POWER;
FROM THE JAHILIYYAH PARTY OR THE WELL KNOWN PARTY OF SATAN TO '
THE ISLAMIC MOVEMENT; FOR A BENEVOLENT STATE ; REGARDLESS OF RELIGION, RACE AND POLITICAL IDEOLOGY; AND SAVE MALAYSIA FROM THE PAROAH AND QOROON VULTURES! IN THE GE 13!
OH MY GOD! PLEASE LET THE MASSES MOVEMENT LED BY THE ISLAMIC MOVEMENT ;
TO SUSTAIN AND MAINTAIN THE DIGNITY OF YOUR RELIGION, RACE AND NATION!
" ISLAM FOR ALL " ; JUSTICE FOR ALL ; REGARDLESS OF RACE AND RELIGION!
" ALLAH HU AKBAR! " " ALLAH HU AKBAR! " ALLAH HU AKBAR! "
By: Nash Ar-Rawy/27.4.13 www.nasharrawy.blogspot.com www.twitter.com/adnanrawa
EC BULSHIT DISHONEST N UNTRUSTWORTY ; TRAITOR OF THE NATION!;
SUBORDINATE, WORKER N BARUA OF UMNO 2 WIN IN A FAKE WAY!;
INK COULD BE ERASED JUST IN 2 HOURS USING SOAP !
EC BARUA OF UMNO 2 WIN ELECTION! A TRAITOR 2 D NATION NOT ONLY IN SABAH UMNO'S IC PROJECTS BUT FAKE INK!
IN SELANGOR 138,000 VOTERS ; ONE HOUSE WITH 100 VOTERS N MANY CASES VOTERS WITHOUT LOCATIES; NOT BEING DELETED 'COS OF RCI IN SABAH. PAPAGOMO 2 LOCALITIES IS DELETED AFTER BEING REVEALED N HIGHLIGHTRED! ; U CAN FOOL PEOPLE AT A TIME; BUT U CANNOT FOOL PEOPLE AT ALL TIME!' KALI INILAH! UBAH!!1
|Harakahdaily,||04 May 2013|
PAS secretary general Mustafa Ali said based on studies and feedback from party machinery nationwide, the party is convinced that Pakatan Rakyat will at least seven states in West Malaysia and grab majority of parliamentary seats.
"Yesterday I announced that we are confident of winning 117 of the 222 parliamentary seats. Later today I will update you how many more seats we will add to this figure, because it has been an upward trend in support for PR," he told reporters today.
Selangor, Penang, Perak, Kelantan, Kedah, Negeri Sembilan, Terengganu dan Perlis are expected to come under PR state governments. However, Mustafa said complete defeat for BN was still left to be seen in Melaka, Johor and Pahang.
Meanwhile, random checks by Harakahdaily in Terengganu showed that the east-coast state could revert to a PAS-led administration after tomorrow's polls.
Countless pockets of so-called 'flashmobs' were also seen along the road from Kuantan to Kuala Terengganu, with tens of thousands of motorists caught in a jam showing their support by sounding their horns.
Coupled with infighting among UMNO state leaders, Terengganu PAS believes that the BN's plight was a foregone conclusion.
The BN has not fielded any candidate representing UMNO Youth, Wanita or Puteri UMNO.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
|Dr Rosli Khan,||04 May 2013|
In 2008, PR had obtained 31 state seats and 11 parliamentary seats while 28 state seats went to BN together with 13 parliamentary constituencies.
Not long after Najib Razak took over Malaysia’s premiership from Abdullah Badawi in 2009, three state assembly members from PR decided to go 'independent' and became BN-friendly. Perak thus went back to BN after a period of acrimonious quarrel both inside and outside the state assembly.
Obviously, this method of usurping control of Perak state administration by BN did not please Perak voters in general and PR voters in particular. They had to wait and endured BN’s rule for four long years for the next GE to be called again. This long wait is about to end this Sunday.
Based on the various rallies in the last week or so, it is apparent that the majority of voters in Perak could not wait much longer to make their wishes known. They have a big axe to grind over what transpired in 2009, the hostile takeover of their state by BN. This time around their calls of "Ubah!" and ‘Ini kalilah!" were echoed loud and clear throughout this silver state and the voters really mean business.
Unlike Johor, where the voters were more vocal and participative, the Perak crowd are mostly calm and controlled. But one can easily detect the long held anger kept deep inside them over the last four years. After this Sunday, we shall see a new Perak. These are the coded words of the many voters met in the course of the campaigning period.
Perak has seen the focus of many high profile candidates especially for the parliamentary seats. For instance, the introduction of ex-CID chief, Fauzi Shaari for P56 (Larut) and ex-Navy chief Imran Hamid for P74 (Lumut) bodes well and have increased PR chances in winning two new seats previously won by BN with very small margins. It appears that ex-Transport Minister, Kong Cho Ha and ex-Deputy Primary Industries Minister, Hamzah Zainuddin, would be defeated in these two marginal seats.
Apart from retaining its 11 parliamentary seats, it has been reported that PR would add four more seats to take its tally to 15 seats. This is bad news to BN. Apart from Larut and Lumut, two additional seats would be coming from Kuala Kangsar (P67) and Kampar (P70).
It seems like more bad news are in store for BN. It has also been predicted that seven other parliamentary seats would see a close fight between BN and PR. These seats are Padang Rengas, Tambun, Parit, Tapah, Pasir Salak, Bagan Datoh and Tanjong Malim. Vote swing and new voters’ factor tend to play major roles in these seven seats.
Two cabinet ministers, Nazri Aziz and Zahid Hamidi, are defending their seats, Padang Rengas and Bagan Datoh respectively but they are both on shaky ground. Their poor image and performance at national politics have been turned into major issues in PR’s campaign.
Both seats were won in 2008 on small margins of 1,749 and 2,692 votes each. Given the number of new voters, which supersede their previous margins in both constituencies, it is expected that most of the new voters would give their votes to PR instead.
The two sure seats to be retained by BN would only be Gerik and Lenggong. The table below shows the current predictions for all 24 parliamentary seats in Perak.
PR Expected to Win
BN Expected to win
P57 Parit Buntar
P58 Bagan Serai
P59 Bukit Gantang
P62 Sungai Siput
P64 Ipoh Timor
P65 Ipoh Barat
P66 Batu Gajah
P67 Kuala Kangsar*
P76 Telok Intan
|P61 Padang Rengas|
P73 Pasir Salak
P75 Bagan Datoh
P77 Tanjong Malim
* Denotes seats previously held by BN but expected to swing to PR. Grey seats are tightly contested where the winning margin is expected to be very small, less than 1,000 votes either way.
In the case of state seats, PR is also determined to wrest the state back from BN. The nomination of Nizar Jamaluddin, the ex-MB, in Changkat Jering state seat only, is testimonial to this intention. Nizar is a popular figure in Perak and he commands a sizeable followings from across the three PR component parties.
The prediction that PR would increase its share from the current 28 seats to 40 seats, a gain of 12 seats, is in tandem with many reports from the ground. These seats were mostly won by BN previously by small margins ranging from 14 votes to anything less than 600 votes.
It has been reported that there would be an across the board swing due to the factors mentioned earlier including the choice of Nizar as the next PR’s MB. Similar to the predictions made for the parliamentary seats, the analyses undertaken are fairly consistent with predictions made in a few other reports.
Obviously, these predictions are based on the politics of fair play, clean and transparent execution. Any issues related to phantom voters are purely speculative.
PR Expected to Win
BN Expected to win
N6 Kubu Gajah*
N8 Titi Serong
N9 Kuala Kurau
N10 Alor Pongsu*
N11 Gunong Semanggol
N13 Kuala Sepetang
N14 Changkat Jering
N17 Pokok Assam
N20 Lubok Merbau
N26 Tebing Tinggi
N27 Pasir Pinji
N36 Pengkalan Baru*
N37 Pantai Remis
N41 Malim Nawar
N43 Sungai Rapat*
N44 Simpang Pulai
N51 Pasir Panjang
N54 Hutan Melintang*
N55 Pasir Bedamar
N56 Changkat Jong
N4 Kota Tampan
N7 Batu Kurau
N34 Bukit Chandan
N48 Sungai Manik
N1 Pengkalan Hulu
N24 Hulu Kinta
N42 Tualang Sekah
N47 Ayer Kuning
N49 Kampong Gajah