GE13 Proves That Malaysians Love X-Files

It’s been three days since the election results. I am beginning to recover from my disappointment over the results especially the shocking loss of Datuk Ghani at Gelang Patah. I must respect the voters’ decision though it is pretty damn hard to swallow. One thing for sure, democracy is alive and kicking in Malaysia. The Homo sapiens might want to dispute this but everyone can see that the election was conducted in a transparent and professional manner. Continue reading…

 

Anwar Urged To Stand Up As A Leader And Accept Defeat Graciously

KUALA LUMPUR: Several Barisan Nasional MPs have slammed Pakatan Rakyat leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for questioning the outcome of GE13 and the legitimacy of the government of the day. MCA deputy president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said Anwar should be gentleman enough to accept defeat. “I feel sad that there are still Opposition leaders trying to use the election to create issues and not accept the results which are a sincere reflection of the peoples’ choice. The people have decided and the Opposition should be gentlemanly about it,” he told reporters after attending a closed-door briefing between the Prime Minister and newly elected Barisan parliamentarians yesterday. Continue reading…

 

Post GE13: Buy Chinese Last?

I’m still trying to shake off the election fever and get on with my life. But then I came across news like below and asked myself: What’s wrong with these people? Tak habis-habis menyusahkan rakyat? Get a life and help protect the peace and harmony in the country. The results of the last election really left the country hanging on a thread. The race relationship is now at an all-time low since Mei 1969. And you all are still trying to pour some more oil to it? Continue reading…

 

Post GE13 Assessment: The Chinese Tsunami?

Something just can’t be hidden. I was in front of the TV when Datuk Sri Najib declared that BN has won the 13th General Election via a simple majority. From the tone of his voice, you can tell that the PM was unhappy. It is not that he doesn’t appreciate the win. As the honourable Prof of Law, Prof Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi rightly pointed out, a win is a win and a government with a simple majority can be formed and be an effective government. Continue reading…