To have any chance to save Gerakan, kick out those lousy fellas on the cai dan (menu)

Useless warlords in party a "deadly" hindrance to political revival
To have any chance to save Gerakan, kick out those lousy fellas on the cai dan (menu)
A lot of has been politicians/warlords in the party still like to ‘control’ people and determine the outcome of our national party elections!

They like to label people as ‘not team player’ etc and play ‘cai dan’ list. They know who they are and keep on repeating that their preferred President’s list is complete and multi-racial bla bla bla.

In fact after 2008 GE they should have bowed out and allowed the party to leave BN and today 2018 would have been a different story!

But to be fair not all warlords are bad, and they have good intentions for the interest of the party!*

But in the 2018 NDC where Gerakan have been totally decimated and out of BN without representation in Putrajaya, without coucillors in local government and even without medals and pingat to give out some persistent useless ‘warlords’ still wanna play ‘God’ and t…

Pek Moh Bukit Lanjan thanks 7,515 voters

Pek Moh Bukit Lanjan thanks 7,515 voters
The euphoria of the 14th General Election (GE14) is over.

With the swearing-in of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as Malaysia’s 7th Prime Minister of Malaysia on Thursday (May 10), I wish him and Pakatan Harapan (PH) all the best in fulfilling their electoral promises and reforming federal and state government administrations nationwide.

I also congratulate Elizabeth Wong for successfully defending Bukit Lanjan for a third-term. I hope she will serve her constituents well - rid the townships of dengue, rodents and solve the garbage disposal problems  and all other matters that a conscientious assemblyman needs to do to make Bukit Lanjan a better place for for all before GE15.

I, particularly, wish to thank all the 7,515 Bukit Lanjan constituents who gave me their ballots on polling day.

I cannot possibly know who you are but I sincerely thank you for giving me your support in my bid to serve and transform Bukit Lanjan into A Safer, Cleaner & United Comm…

Elections will change nothing if we do NOT look at the candidates we elect

Elections will change nothing if we do NOT look at the candidates we elect
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I have a very important question to ask everyone. It’s not a trick question, and I’m asking it as a Malaysian to another fellow Malaysian.


As you all know, some of you do comment on this blog’s posts.
Recently, I read a comment that made me think deeply. The comment was this: It’s the same everywhere, some things never change.

The comment was made in reference to a local rubbish problem. What struck me the most is the utter disappointment and that we should just accept the rubbish, just because it’s the same everywhere.

I don’t think we would do nothing if there is rubbish around our area. We might complain, we might end up clearing the rubbish elsewhere, but I certainly think we shouldn’t give up just like that.

No matter how hard an obstacle, we must always try our best to overcome it. Not everything in life is easy, and we grow an…

On the way to cast your ballots, remember the ancient Greeks who introduced democracy to civil society

On the way to cast your ballots, remember the ancient Greeks who introduced democracy to civil society (Remember the Greeks who introduced democracy to civil society ... they classified three types of people in societies ... idiots, tribe people and citizens)

As Malaysians go to the pools to cast their ballots tomorrow (May 9), they will possibly be deciding for the future of Malaysia.

Make or break, they must seriously think extremely hard to identify and decide who they think are the honest and sincere candidates (not political party or coalition) who are committed to serving the rakyat (people).

They must elect a clear majority of lawmakers who know no fear or favour and they can be found on both sides of the political divide.

View the above video clip about the ancient Greeks, who introduced democracy to civil society, classifying societies into three types of people - idiots, tribe peoples and citizens.

Here’s a flashback of related blog posts on why Malays…

Don’t vote based on emotions and vote away your future

Don’t vote based on emotions and vote away your future
After six decades of Merdeka (Independence), Malaysians are at a political crossroad to determine theirs and Malaysia’s future.

In this 14th General Election (GE14), the future of our children and generations to come are also at stake.

“There is no doubt that the political power is in the hands of the rakyat (people) who exercise their electoral rights, at least once every five years,” Gerakan Deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Alsagoff said.

“That power is in the one or two ballots that Malaysians get to cast to elect the assemblymen and MPs of their choice,” he added.

Syed Razak urged Malaysians to exercise their electoral right with utmost responsibility for the nation.

“They must decide not based on emotions or hatred. They must weigh the pros and cons of every GE14 aspiring candidate offered for state assemblies and Parliament.

“Those seeking election must be prepared to work extremely hard to serve their constituents full time. That i…

GEs are about political consistency, commitment, sincerity, competency …

GEs are about political consistency, commitment, sincerity, competency …
As Malaysians go to cast their ballots on May 9, they must decide who they want to elect as their assemblyman and MP.

In the run-up to polling day, political emotions will run high but this must not be allowed to dominate our ability to think carefully and decide for the future and our generations.

There are two factors that we must be clear about:

> That there are good and bad apples on both sides of the political divide; and

> Understanding the distinct roles of an assemblyman and an MP (Member of Parliament).

With the above cleared, Malaysians should decide wisely by identifying the good and bad apples from both sides of the political divide.

This means you should elect only the good apples so that decisions and policies made by lawmakers in a state assembly and Parliament are naturally also good.

What is the point of electing bad apples from a party or coalition and ending up with the same domestic and national…

I am a rational Malaysian First! Are you?

I am a rational Malaysian First! Are you?
Hello fellow Malaysians in N.37 Bukit Lanjan, Selangor.

Something is happening in Malaysia and also particularly in Bukit Lanjan right now.

There is a wind of change but is it for better or for worse?

Please don’t be emotional and quick in making decisions. Decisions need to be made rationally.

In this 14th General Election (GE14), Malaysians seem to have made their “flavour of the day or month” known by turning out in droves to attend GE14 public rallies staged by Pakatan Harapan (PH) featuring their top guns - especially former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed.

I acknowledge and agree that every Malaysian, aged 21 and above and have registered as a voter, has the right to choose their leaders.

But that right is flawed if decisions are made irrationally.

Let me keep what I want to say as simple as possible:

1. We elect leaders to represent us as assemblymen and Members of Parliament (MPs). Have you given much thought about this? There is a very …