Saturday, August 23, 2008

Carrots for Permatang Pauh Folks (Update)

We're counting RM 3,150,000.00 so far but Aliran says more than RM6 million of allocation was made during the campaign period of the Permatang Pauh by-election

Carrots from Barisan Nasional so far;

For the Chinese

  • RM 1.2 million for 6 chinese schools in the Permatang Pauh constituency.
  • RM 500,000 allocation to build an indoor basketball court.

For the Indians

  • A meagre RM50,000 each for two Tamil schools.

  • Government has agreed to approve scrap metal collector's licence for them, says DPM Najib. Possibly depends on outcome of election so Indians shouldn't really hold their breath. Blogger G.Krishnan says 'Scrap Metal? Show Me the Real Stuff, Honey!'

For the Malays

For the General Public

  • Petrol price reduced by 15 cents. According to Pak Lah though this had nothing to do with the by-election.

More is to come says BN candidate Arif Shah. Saying if he wins he'll be able to pour more money into Permatang Pauh because of his cordial relationship with Abdullah Badawi. He also says that he can keep on doing it like the mythical Sun Wukong.


  1. more carrots more merry!!!

    however the penangite doesn't forget all the projects they have cancelled and the demise they have put our country into.

    btw, head to MT, nor. RPK has just given out an explosive 'news'!!!

    it's greater than c4!!!
    and hard to handle.

  2. In the old management theory of 'Carrot or Stick'
    The picture of poor donkey being blindly led by the carrot makes one sick
    Since ignorant donkey doesn't know the dirty stick as trick
    To be kept in line or suffer in silence the torturing prick

    (C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 240808
    Sun. 24th Aug. 2008.

  3. Yet, ain't nice BN defines these as carrots. So halal.

    Not corruptions, kan?

  4. To All Pakatan Rakyat Supporters,

    The issue of Swear on Quran and personal attack on DSAI from ex-PKR members have strongly affect some of voters support on DSAI.

    The BN UMNO ministers keeps on emphasize DSAI not dare to swear on Quran to prove his innocent.
    And many Malay voters had been influence by this.

    So, if you have relative or friend who are the voter or your friend who have friend who are the voter, pls call them personally and try to explain to them based on below argument to those voters in Permatang Pauh. Ask them to convey the message to others.

    1. Whoever commit the crime and then swear on Quran or bible to prove innocent, this meant this person is innocent?
    In this case then just ask Bodohwi to destroy the Palace of Justice la!
    2. If DSAI swear on Quran to prove innocent, then who the nations should believe?

    Tell them the case is now in Court and a person is innocent until the guilty is being proven!
    Ask them to pay attention on the current economic situation of the country.
    If DSAI become the next PM, there will be massive developments in Permatang Pauh! Don't be fool by Arif Shah! And also don’t be fool by these UMNO ministers and BN!

    BN is so desperate now!
    They can do whatever dirty tricks regardless of the price!

    We PR and DSAI can't afford to lose in this by election!

    This is the time for Malays, Chineses, Indian and other races to stay united and show our support to DSAI by votes!

    Our aim is not only WIN, but a BIG WIN for DSAI!Every votes does count! Pls request them to come out to vote for DSAI. Just take leave regardless of whether paid or unpaid if the location is too far.

  5. Reduction in 15 sen per litre of petrol is not going help in reducing inflation. Everyone knows whenever price of goods and services go up, they will not come down. My economy rice, noodles and my iced Chinese tea prices will not be cheaper. Even brain dead knows that but I do not know why some idiotic policy makers do not know that. There only thing that it will help is cheaper petrol.

    If Anwar becomes PM and price of petrol goes down to RM2.00 per litre, the same fact remains, it will not help because damages had been done when prices of petrol was increased to RM2.70/litre.

    Also, the Toilet Paper (good for wiping asses) reported that a certain Chinese political party denied giving out money for votes. Price - Chinese vote (RM50), Indian vote (RM100) and Malay vote (RM150). See, even political party says there is discrimination in type of vote. So, like Najib said, Indians should be thankful, they are ranked above the Chinese (their votes is more expensive than the Chinese votes).

    Maybe I should write to my ADUN and MP to ask them to resign and re-contest for the election. That's when the goodies come.

  6. I say take the money and vote the other way ... if you know what I mean