Tuesday, February 1, 2011

BN government simply cannot change. Come next general election, Malaysians must support a new PR government to bring about a better Malaysia for all.

BN has won the Tenang by election as expected. PR did not expect to win but we had hoped to reduce the BN’s majority of 2492 obtained in 2008 general election.PR has to conduct deep analysis into the result to understand how the voting trend will affect or help in our electoral objective of Marching towards Putrajaya.


From the preliminary analysis, it is obvious that as consistent with past public survey findings, the Malay support or rather the rural Malay support for BN has increased.It also appears that there was increased Indian voter support for the BN candidate.This is an important area that PR must look into and quickly plan new strategies to win the people’s support.


Nevertheless, It is very encouraging to note that the Chinese support for the PR candidate in the Tenang by election has increased by some 10 %., despite the fact that the PR candidate is from PAS and MCA has campaigned hard on the Islamic state issue to frighten the Chinese voters.


Somehow MCA still believes that Islamic state issue is its” killer weapon” against the PR, especially the DAP.


But the result has proven that the lie that “a vote for PR is a vote for Islamic state “cannot work anymore.


However, in order for PR to achieve our target of capturing Putrajaya, we will need the support of all races in the country, Malays, Chinese, Indians, Kadazans, Ibans, Orang Asli and all other minorities.


It has earlier been strongly speculated that a snap poll will be held in March or April this year. It is imperative that PR must reach out more to all communities and to effectively spread our message of Change to them.

It will soon be 3 years since BN was dealt its unprecedented electoral debacle. But has it truly learned its lessons?


According to 9th Malaysia Plan, the government allocation per student per month is as follows:-


National school- RM33.30

Tamil school –RM 10.55

Chinese school –RM 4.50


How could the deputy Education Minister Datuk Wee Ka Siong justify his claim that the BN government has been fair to all schools?

Why the disparity of expenditure of monies between the 3 type of schools on our school going children? Are all our children not born under the Malaysian Sun?

BN government simply cannot change. Come next general election, Malaysians must support a new PR government to bring about a better Malaysia for all.


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