BN vs PKR

We all know what is the latest in Malaysian politics. As much as I love politics, I would not want to miss out writing about this. So here I’m , with a simple question which I would throw out to you. There are news all over that support from the ground from Indians for MIC is overwhelming. Maybe I would throw out that question to you and let some people see how is sentiment on the ground really is for BN or PKR.

zaid

VS

n_1mic

For a man of principle, I would rather go for Dato Zaid.  Maybe you have a different opinion. The simple question I’m going to ask is:

Who is going to win? Let the prediction begins. I want some people to see how sentiment on the ground really is for MIC.


24 comments to BN vs PKR

  • MachanBro

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    Bro..

    I think the same..Zaid have more chances..anyway..

    Whoever win also at the end the peoples who vote for them will never “win” in their plea.. ;)

  • shrivastava

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    i’m all for zaid.. MIC has missed the boat- anyway i agree wit MachanBro.. its all abt ppl’s power..:)

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    M.I.C – Man In Confusion
    they confused abt the candidate in 1st plc..
    nw even public oso confuse who choose d candidate??
    is it MIC or UMNO..

  • shrivastava

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    umno is in control of all BN component parties..everyone in MIC is confused- money talks absolutely!

  • Jakkama

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    Whoever wins will not make any difference. What can PKR do for us in 2 years which BN neva did in 52 years?

  • shrivastava

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    transparency at the very least i hope..

  • Coolman

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    Give PKR a chance. Vote for change.
    Sympathies to MIC, but really they are ‘Yes-Man’ to UMNO.

  • TrueGemini

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    Zaid is smart,and he is a man of principles.PAS actually disagreed with the selection claimining that Zaid is too liberal!!sigh..
    IM ALL FOR ZAID!!!if he is what i feel he is, id like him to be our next PM :)

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    Jakkama – who do you mean by “us”? Indians?

    If that’s the case then I think the person you need to ask is Sonia Gandhi and her Congress Party.

    My answer to Durai’s question is simple. I will vote anyone who is for the Malaysian agenda. Zaid it is.

  • puranie

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    first of all MIC confused weter is it PALANIVEL or KAMALANATHAN n till end of the day PALANIVEL duno that he neva selected. as the candidate confused in the same party and another think i get to know that for each time when the Wakil rakyat need to meet rakyat at that time PALANIVEL WON BE THERE N THE officer will take the complaints n said he wil forward to DATO but non!!!! let see wat ZAID can do!!!

  • lizard

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    Chandran: bro its not Man In Confusion, but its Monkeys In Confusion….

  • indian_father_48

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    Actually, UMNO wants this parliamentary seat which was traditionally held by MIC. They could field an UMNO candidate but fear of losing it. So they make believe that they are power-sharing and thus chose a MIC candidate. The fact is BN will lose this by-election if any BN component parties contest. MIC is certain to lose and UMNO will take away this seat from MIC, this is the hidden reason for fielding MIC’s candidate. All component parties are the puppets of the master, UMNO. MIC have lost it’s freedom of fielding it’s own selection. MIC have lost it’s dignity for letting UMNO interfere in their party matters. It’s like your neighbour controlling your house. The silent backlash of Hindraf rally is evident by police execution of Indian criminals and lock-up deaths. Indians can never see the sunshine days as long as BN/UMNO still in power. Whatever happens never give 2/3 majority to BN. It amazes me how some Indians still believe MIC can still deliver when UMNO is dictating.

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    I agree with indian father 48.As it is with MIC,it has no say in BN controlled by UMNO.MIC,MCA ,PPP,and Gerakan are mere puppets and lapdog of UMNO.UMNO runs the show.The Indians in HUlu Selangor have nothing to lose by voting for PR candidate Dato Zaid. As for the Chinese,99% of their votes will go for PR. Malay votes will be split.There will also be postal and phantom voters.BN should be denied 2/3 majority in the Parliament,that Najib wants.

  • Masthan

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    No politics please..

  • castillo

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    100% BN monopoli the vote.Puclic not trus AnwarIbrahim & PKR
    anymore.we guarantee BN WIND on this elections.
    Thank you.

  • Semi Value

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    Of courselah PR will win, they are more people-orientated, honest the BN….just look at PR states, who are running without federal money

    to castillo : pls continue reading utusan, star and nst and watching tv3 and rtm, they are 100 % true

    to masthan : politics is lifela, you stupid asshole, i bet u never even registered to vote, bloody badawa

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    new age educated indians, exercise ur rights(according to the law that is) and make a difference. i know you all hear this all the time, but if you don’t vote, don’t complaint then how this country seems like turning from worse to horsedung.
    And screw Hindraf leaders for losing direction and playing with our sentiments for personal gain.

  • Budak Kampung Tak Tau English

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    As long as there is ppl who believes that playing with sentimental and religion will give them a chance to “bark” , there will be victims, and obviously, its the poor Rakyat’s :)

  • MachanBro

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    PKR kathai ah achi bro…

    BN won..

  • TAK ADE NAMA

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    Adutha vatti MIC kena guling mah… U know something??? the majority is only 1600

  • lim

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    we vote for our nation not for pkr or bn! but now the white hair is sucking our national money so we just need to stop him and give pkr a chance to change! every party mast not be there for too long years! 5 years is enough then can change! other country only 5 years then change. fuck the politician! all i want to see is all of us are in one peace and to be treated as adults not stupid shit that all ways says things that makes us happy then did not do it.

  • ram

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    Thank good people didnt vote for PKR…that Zaid quits PKR already… a political frog from PKR…. wait..PKR was formed by a political frog too isnt it? huhu

  • Asamboi

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    As long as PKR or any other opposition party does not have a race based coalition model, no way they will win the majority. By the way, PKR being a party birthed through the fallen ideology of one man is not sustainable.

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