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Sakmongkol ak 47

Saturday 2 February 2013

Shocking news from Ground Zero(1)

As I promised, here is how the cookie may crumble. These figures were handed to me by moles burrowed deep in Bukit Aman, at MINDEF, from UMNO politicians and the boys and girls from Putrajaya whose tongues were made light and easy after nights out in town. I am surprised to hear of the extensive rejection of people in the Forces towards UMNO and BN. Pleasantly surprised that is.
My own feeling is there will be reversal of positions. In this coming elections, PR will get what BN got in 2008- 140 seats or thereabouts and the balance going to BN. when that happens, more will abandon the BN ship especially from the UMNO camp.As for now, what these shadows tell me are as follows:-

Table 1: The possible outcome in GE13.


The table above is even more bullish than the analyses which I have made on several occasions. Having examined  the data given to me, here is my take.
In Perlis, the seat that is most likely to fall is Arau. In 2008, PR obtained almost 49% of the votes casted. A swing of 5% of the votes this time to PR, will result in BN losing the seat.
In Kedah, the 2 seats that appear safe for BN are Langkawi and KUbang Pasu. BN’s most comfortable seat is Langkawi. In Langkawi although the opposition increased its share of the votes, BN starts with a strong existing vote bank. Similarly, in KUbang Pasu, in 2008, the opposition obtained 40% of the votes and increased its share of the votes by 9%. So perhaps, it’s time for Najib to move MUkhriz Mahathir to Langkawi so that he can continue to be an MP on the opposition bench in the next parliament.
In Kelantan, besides Tengku Razaleigh , I would have thought the bland and colourless Mustafa Mohamad would be able to retain his seat. It appears the tide is turning against him principally because of his stand on the oil royalty issue of Kelantan. Here is a son of Kelantan who's opposed to giving Kelantan people their oil royalty unless its managed by UMNO. UMNO people are thieves who will not lose a second in getting their hands in the till. The people handing me the numbers insist that Mustafa Mohamad will get the boot this time.
What about those PR MPs who are seen to be under-performing? These will be replaced by determined and dedicated candidates who will continue to benefit from the overall support for PAS’s spiritual leader.
I have already touched on Terengganu in my earlier article. I predicted that PR will get 5 seats. According to the intelligence sources, PR would probably get 4 seats. Which is what PAS's secgen, Dato Mustafa Ali maintained. Earlier I thought, BN may lose Besut if it retains Abdullah Mat Zain , the incumbent. The man is hardly there. Will Mat Said be willing to select his arch enemy Idris Jusoh to contest in Besut? Otherwise according to these sources, BN will likely retain Besut, Setiu, Kemaman and Hulu Terengganu. That makes it 4-4.
In Penang, the only seat safe for BN is Tasek Gelugor. If Pak Lah stands again in Kepala Batas, he will lose. His replacement, whether its Reezal Merican or even son in law Khairy, will also be defeated. What else is left for Pak Lah to prove?
In Perak the relative safer seats for BN are to be found in (1) Gerik (2) Lenggong (3) Parit (4) Tapah (5) Bagan Datoh and (6) Tanjung Malim. Out of these 6, the weakest links are found in Bagan Datoh and Parit. So, people out there if you want to kick out Zahid Hamidi from Bagan Datoh, come out in full force to vote in PR13.

Please wait for the next installment of the forecast.In the meantime, see how the BN leaders are squirming. Some of them insist that BN will get a 2/3 majority. Meanwhile, Najib goes to Mahathir and says- please save me. He tweets to all and sundry, save Kedah. Why the plaintiff cries when you are confident of winning 2/3 majority? 
To the rest of us, it should and must be- save the rakyat from the clutches of the evil BN government.


Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 08:41  

Dear Datuk Sak

The dam is showing signs of bursting.

If I were a smart UMNO Baru-BN guy, I would start jumping ship ! To save my own skin and to bargain for lesser prosecution charges after regime change!

Phua Kai Lit

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 08:52  

Dear Datuk,

Finally, the light at the end of the tunnel, this will herald Malaysia to a new era. I can see Malaysia surpassing Singapore, being the most dynamic country in ASEAN under the new leadership.

I will like to thank all those who worked so hard to bring the hope of better Malaysia to this level.

However, these numbers may not include the cheating in the electrol roll. We must continue to work hard and ensure that the corrupt regime falls.

It is good news indeed.

walla 2 February 2013 at 08:57  

From other official sources at the highest levels inside Barisan, especially Umno, the conclusion is also out that Barisan will lose in GE13 except where it can cheat. Umno is going to make sure of that. They are going to cheat at the polls.

KoSong Cafe 2 February 2013 at 09:21  

Dr M's remaining asset is his vast war chest, otherwise he is more a liability to BN in GE13.

For the first time, he has shown real worries over a regime change. Only someone who practised witch-hunt before, fear it on himself. Pakatan, if in power, will have too many on-going cases to deal with, without having to look for past deeds. If not guilty, why worry? The fact that he mentioned 'going after people they don't like' seems to suggest what he had done before: persecution without proof but made up, as we have witnessed how Anwar suffered under him.

mitchell 2 February 2013 at 09:28  

Dato Rais is in town over the next 3 days...yesterday alone almost RM120k in ang pau alone for Titi chinese folks...ABU!!!! Hidup Rakyat

Taikohtai 2 February 2013 at 10:24  

You sure are optimistic but I hope you're right. Unfortunately, it is the man who counts the votes that determines the final outcome and EC is definitely on more steroids these days than Lance Armstrong has ever been.
Have a pleasant weekend.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 11:31  

You make my day, Dato.
I have been voting Opposition all my adult life - 8 times in all since 1978.
All my life I have been urging my friends not to give BN a strong mandate and that we need a strong Opposition.
This time we will have a strong BN Opposition but I am very sure the cowards there will jump ship like rats from a sinking ship.
MCA and MIC will be cremated. UMNO will be in the ICU.
Now my dream is near fruition.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 11:35  

Dato, I want to correct your analysis. For sarawak, bn will loses 10 seats to PR not 15 as stated by U.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 11:39  

They can try to cheat (massively).

But will the people of Malaysia let them get away with it?

The people of Malaysia may respond with a General Strike or a People Power mass response as in the Philippines in 1986.

Phua Kai Lit

clearwater 2 February 2013 at 11:41  

PR145 - BN77? Did someone imbibe some hallucinogenic stuff? It's beyond shocking, the sky will fall down if so.

mozzigard,  2 February 2013 at 12:15  

Thank you for the running updates. Meanwhile news from N9 speak of FLOM meeting septuagenarians this afternoon in another desperate bid to sway voters. The Septuagenarians I know are heading for the freebies!
Hidup PR!

Pentilium5 2 February 2013 at 12:36  

not to worry, how many needed to be swayed over? 20-30 YBs? how much per head RM10Mio, RM20Mio orRM50Mio ... no sweat RM50mio x 30 = only RM1.5bn

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 12:49  

Going by all counts, I still insist that PR will squeeze through with a slim margin in GE13. The awakening of the people more so in many rural areas are alarming esp on the Cowgate & FELDA issues at play. The UMNO/BN should take heed of the slide in this areas.The move in disallowing the ANAK people to go into Felda areas to educate the folks there is making the people more angry and will turn into PR votes. We must continue to hype the corruptions and massive leakages and wastage by the UMNO/BN Govet to push for UBAH. Dato' Sak, you are doing a great job n service to people and nation on your invaluable articles. Keep it coming!

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 12:56  

Dear Sak, My posting at 12:50Hrs, I forgot to put in my Namr/URL. Can insert Anonymous on my behalf.Tq

bumi-non-malay 2 February 2013 at 13:13  

That is why after 15 months...suddenly 2 million potential overseas voters can vote.....but to win this election as describe in my blog UMNO needs to manipulate 500,000 overseas....give Pakatan 1,300,000 and to make it credible 200,000 spoilt vote....Figures may not be correct but percentage is roughly corect...if you work it out. Those seats of Pakatan with fewer than 3000 can be in danger.

The thing Malaysia need to set their mind is Ini Kali Lah and How to take to the streets when RAMPANT Fraud that cannot be proven is USED!!

Looks like Project IC becoming Project EC since that 2,000,000 illegal immigrant in Malaysia cannot be trusted now by UMNO-BN....this is the only sure way to WIN..overseas voters .....

vpb,  2 February 2013 at 13:49  

As much as i would love to c the bn rascals ousted,can this intelligence be trusted?
P/s first time commentator waitingto fly back to msia to vote.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 14:25  

What if these so called dedicated PR candidates can be bought over? I won't be surprised to see a scenario similar to the one in KK many years ago - the MPs were bought over till the PBS lost! Then BN will be having the last laugh. And if there is any protest, emergency can be declared. And BN still rules! What a bleak future for the rakyat.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 15:25  


you are probably right if not for Project M being replicated in Peninsular Malaysia. Many citizens are being registered by parties linked to BN without consent to allow hantus to vote. The UMNO sycophant EC heads are using all means to ensure UMNO retains power.
I think Haris is doing the right thing. Stop the hantus by whateevr means from coming out to vote and cheat Malaysians of a legitimate governmenr.
I have told my circle of friends who are not registered voters. First check whether someone has registered them on the electoral role. If so, record the evidence. Think we have to make some concerted efforts to sue EC if there are enough concrete evidence that they are in co-horts with BN to cheat the people.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 17:44  

The likely scenario if PR wins the election.

BN mafia and mamakson with US44 billion will offer millions to buy over PR MPs to jump ship

This may lead to standoff between PR and BN over the number of MPs, BN said they have more than PR.PR said they have won

Both PR and BN seek audience with King to be sworn emergency....????

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 17:55  



Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 19:54  


In W.P KL,yr deep throat forecasted that BN will win 1 set? Which one?

Also, it is 1000% sure that Raja No Chick will contest i Lembah Pantai. I saw the banner.

Donplaypuks® 2 February 2013 at 20:12  

May Pakatan achieve the 2/3 majority, God willing!

we are all of 1 Race, the Human Race

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 20:14  

Agree with Walla BN will go all out to cheat by giving the Election Commission the widest berth to decide what is a valid vote.

Apparently Election staff have all been briefed - even a dot could be considered valid, I have been told by friend.

It is highly possible that a dot on a ballot cast for BN will be considered valid, but if it is for Pakatan it will be considered spoilt because the 'X' mark is clearly for a Pakatan candidate.

What this means is a small dot in pencil could be marked on every ballot paper so that a proper decision could be made at the counting centre in favour of BN in every instance.

So the advice I have received to bring an eraser is important to reduce cheating. I don't think we can prevent cheating because BN are masters of deception and fraud, and that is why we have now reached this rotten stage after 55 years.

Patriot of Pekan,  2 February 2013 at 20:57  

Dato' Sak,
I hope you will run as a candidate in the coming GE13. We need more people like you to bring back the sanity of good governance in Malaysia. People who have "walk the line with the bad guys" will understand the prevailing problems of the people.

Perahu Hang Tuah,  2 February 2013 at 21:00  

Bro Sak,
I can clearly see the rats are jumping out of the sinking ship. Hope they all drown in the deep blue sea. These UMNO/BN scum bags are a liability to nation-building.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 21:04  

Have you factored in the devious EC? It is obvious that EC will be going all out to keep UMNO/BN in power. EC has been doing all the cheating game all these years so PR must think of effective strategy to counter EC's dirty tricks!

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 21:14  


You are either stupid or scared

Stupid because in a battle, you never show your enemy information that will spur them to react. You keep that information and quietly continue to undermine your enemy.

Scared because BN is actually going to win after all based on the real intelligence you received. That's why are trying to shout louder than your enemy.

Shed off the jaguh kampung mentality. We are not interested in your boasting how many seats Pakatan will win. We are interested in what you are doing to help win those seats.

So clear that you still have the UMNO mindset. Leopard cannot change its spot.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 21:27  


the punisher,  2 February 2013 at 21:33  

How do we know that overseas voting ballets will not be switched in transit.Like what was done in Sungei Besi three decades ago.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 21:53  

Mapuh la bn

monsterball 2 February 2013 at 22:39  

I think the writer thinks UMNO is having all the gangsters...policemen...military ..lawyers and judges...perform at the beck of Najib's call.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 22:39  


Looks like it is all-systems-go for Wan Ahmad, Malaysia's No.1 covert specialist. No major surprise on the appointment of the the very,very Umno-friendly NGOs as EC observers.Maliki from Majlis Belia Malaysia is heavily funded by KBBS to promote Najib and Umno. He is the organiser of the Himpunan Sejuta Belia Putrajaya, a farcical-BN showpiece that bleeds millions only for Najib to canvass the 21++. Can't expect him him to finger the Banglas, Indons, Myanmars Next stop, with the going rate of 5mil for "menang tak bertanding" and probably 10 for "kaukus bebas" should keep Zamil Kita, Azwanddin JMM and the likes busy all over the country. PAS and DAP might be impregnable for the baiah and oath etc. but PKR will be moving targets.

Anonymous,  2 February 2013 at 23:11  

If this info is reliable, it proves one thing. That Malaysians of whatever ethnic origin, are forthright in morality that they abhor blatant corruption, blood curling racial and religious outbursts, lying and cheating, and the all the tokoks which UMNO and its sidekicks are deeply embroiled in. The sun would shine again in this land.

KKB,  2 February 2013 at 23:15  

Sounds good, figures look good, but are the sources good? Frankly, if the figures are not accurate, it does not matter; more importantly PR must win! A narrow margin is still a win. If its a big margin as per the above forecast, then so much the better.

Next, I would like to ask Datuk Sak a simple question, when PR wins, how do we ensure that PR will keep to its words, for e.g. no more toll roads? Fair distribution of wealth to all Malaysians? etc etc.

Libang Libu 2 February 2013 at 23:51  

Dato yg dikasihi,

amatlah berbesar hati saya sekiranya sudi dato memautkan blog saya dgn blog dato yg masyhur ini.


Unknown 3 February 2013 at 01:55  

Salam Dato

Good article n analysis...I also optimistic with the figure....but I can't understand why Dato Dr Prof Agus prediction that BN comfort with 98 seats and PR 68 seats while others gray area..can u comment in that Dato...????

Anonymous,  3 February 2013 at 09:17  

On February 1st, I went back to my inlaws house at Sungai Tiang, Bagan Datok a small fishing village. The MP gave RM100 ang pow + a gift box which I think the contents comes to about RM200 to every household. The gift box was printed beautifully with MP and wife picture on it. Also there is a lorry loaded with oranges and distributed to the residence there. Just imagine how much money he had spent and where is the money come from???

KKB,  3 February 2013 at 12:21  

Anonymous said...
2 February 2013 21:14
"You are either stupid or scared"

It is neither stupid nor scared. At this late stage, with just a mere 60+ days (max limit) to an auto dissolution of parliament, there isn't much more either PR or BN can do to improve their chances drastically. Most people would have made up their minds by now. The ones who are not sure who to vote for, at this time, is a minority. They would make some impact in terms of the victory margins of each constituency.

However, if you are thinking in terms of some dastardly underhand moves, such as creating unrest - outsourcing the riot to organized gangs - then yes, that may happen, since BN has nothing to lose, seeing that they already know they will lose. In that case whether Sak exposes the stats or not, makes no difference.

On the hand, assuming Sak's info was corrupted and he had no way of verifying its accuracy, his article is still very very useful, as it will strike fear and dismay into the hearts of the BN foot soldiers campaigning on the ground. When the BN campaign workers are disheartened, their campaign work on the ground will fail. Some workers and most supporters will give up. Some may not even bother to vote, lazy as they are, their philosophy is "since its already a lost cause, forget it, I'll go bang my mistress instead, why waste my time campaigning for the asshole YB".
So Sak's article is akin to a common strategy used in war, "carpet bomb" the enemy to demoralize the soldiers and the supporters.

Whether BN or PR, the campaign is fought not merely by the fiery speeches but by the ordinary supporters and campaign workers. My experience is that a disheartened platoon of campaign workers will soon abandon the cause. This was very evident in the Kampong Tunku Petaling Jaya constituency in GE12, 2008. The MCA BN workers were so disheartened by their effort to bring in the crowds, they gave up long before polling day. PR and DAP literally had the town to themselves.

And last but not the least, you are probably not quite a Malaysian yet? A true Malaysian wouldn't be so rude. Even if you do not agree with Sak exposing the stats of PR winning, you are simply uncouth in labelling him stupid.

Unless of course you are a sycophantic supporter of BN and one of those who are disheartened by the stats, plus the possibility of losing your juicy sub-contracts to patch up the longkangs in your small town?

KKB,  3 February 2013 at 12:44  

Donplaypuks® said...
May Pakatan achieve the 2/3 majority, God willing!

2 February 2013 20:12

Hello! Good to see such optimism. Yes, 2/3 majority would be good perhaps in some other circumstances. PR has yet to pass some acid test, as an accountant, I am sure you know what that means. There is no guarantee that they will not abuse it. With a 2/3 majority, the opposition party becomes useless and ineffective. We have seen that happen to DAP and PAS in the past 40+ years.

Even as Dato Sak continues to write his articles, already we can witness some disconnect between what Pakatan said and their action. For example, in Penang a couple of nights ago, LGE announced his state govt plans to solve traffic woes. Penang will build 3 highways. 2 are toll free but one is a toll road.

Hallo! What did DSAI and the PR gang have been telling us for the past 10 years? That when they come to power, there will no more toll roads!

So lets get real here. Those people in PR are probably marginally better than BN but the trouble is, we have yet to find out - how wide is that margin!

Yes, lets give power to PR, but remain cautious.

You were a prefect in Victoria Institution in 1974 and 1975, if my memory is still good. You should be able to figure out that the 2/3 for PR at this time is not a good thing. In the old days, one did not get to be a prefect in VI unless you were smart, and I am sure you were.

Anonymous,  3 February 2013 at 12:58  

That WAN AHMAD-SPR will go all out by crook to make sure BN will win. How do you suppose he was appointed as SPR no 2 in the first place. Check him out!!

OneMalaysian,  3 February 2013 at 13:09  

Dear Sakmongkol

What should we make of this bullish forecast for a PR win? For those yearning for a Pakatan win this must be music to the ears. For those who still think BN and our Nambikei Prime Minister will win, this is hard to accept.

But will it turn out this way? How accurate is the information given by those deep moles in Special Branch and Military Intelligence? Daim Zainuddin had, it seems, predicted the loss of 2/3 majority by BN in 2008, and he apparently had information from those same sources. If so, then we must conclude Pak Lah must have had been told the same thing. But there was no hint whatsoever that a political Tsunami was in the making. BN was absolutely confident going into GE12. Pak Lah did not ask to be given Nambikei, and the Indians voted 80% against BN. The results were nothing but absolute shock, and poor Badawi had to go. We must conclude that the special branch and military intelligence sources did not in fact make the correct forecasts. This conclusion is based on an examination of the facts. Maybe Daim had different sources of information from the PM.

And yet once more we hear of these forecasts. I have always wondered how our special branch officers and military spies gather information. Have they taken a course in statistical sampling to know how many in each cohort to ask so that the sample answers truly represent the whole? Surely they did not have a long questionnaire on which they ticked the boxes. So it must mostly be the technique of sitting in coffee shops and listening to conversations by the old idle folks, or some such technique. Perhaps they had bugged some phone conversations. But whatever the methods, it is extremely doubtful that the methods were methodical and representative. So it is best to throw in a large lump of salt when viewing the forecasts. As an aside, I find it alarming that our spy agencies are spying on the population and providing information to certain parts of the administration about how the people might vote so proactive action might be taken to ensure the opposition does not win. All the people through taxes pay these spooks. Their job spec should not include doing such things.

Anonymous,  3 February 2013 at 16:40  

Overconfidence prior to elections. This is precisely what they want.

Overconfidence will cause people to NOT go out and vote.

Dato Sak, I will be careful of such an optimistic analysis even if its provided by the most informed person in Malaysia, drunk.

This elections, BN will win. Not because they deserve it, but because they "know" how to do it.

There wont be mass protests/riots as said by brother Phua Kai Lit. Nothing will happen. BN will win 2/3, and the country will go on.

Opposition newspapers and blogs will cry foul for 1-2 months. But otherwise, the plunder will go on.

Thats the sad part.

Anonymous,  3 February 2013 at 18:17  

Thanks Datuk for your analysis. To all citizens who love the country, we must work hard from now to ensure all seats are within our successful although its assist by hurdles made by BN with collaboration with all government agencies such as SPR itself to remain the power.

Anonymous,  4 February 2013 at 02:38  

Dengan nama Allah yang pengasih lagi penyayang, segala pujian bagi allah selawat dan salam ke atas junjangan besar nabi S.A.W kami memohon agar allah merestui perjuangan yg mengutamakan lunas-lunas islam dan menolak kemungkaran amiin.

Anonymous,  4 February 2013 at 02:42  

Dear Dato, some of yr informants might be planted by BN to give you false hope.Hoped you vet through your info before you announce it. This could be a psy war tactic.

Teo Loh,  4 February 2013 at 09:09  

Hi Datuk Sak,

I for one hope your prediction will come through. As someone who holds Malaysian citizenship and have lived in Australia since 1975, I am very heartened and proud of my fellow Malaysians if we can achieve this transition to a new government instead of the tired, corrupt and inept government of the BN. They have dishes out money like no tommorrow and corrupted the public service to serve them instead of the public and engage goons like the Perkasa bunch of idiots and brainless sycophants to harm and ruin what was one of the best country in the world. I would love to come home to contribute to my country with my qualifications in law, accounting and political science. I LOVE MALAYSIA.

Anonymous,  4 February 2013 at 12:36  

These figures are only what the people will vote.
But their votes will never be counted.
The fake boxes have just arrived. The only hope for a fair election if someone ensures the rakyat's votes reaching the count center

Anonymous,  4 February 2013 at 13:00  

Let's pray that your prediction will come true this 30.03.13. It's time for a change. Should PR take over the government, it should prove to the people that it can govern wisely so that they can win their hearts and retain power in the next general election.

Fung Shui Master,  4 February 2013 at 17:08  

Frankly, I am quite relief and with self satisfaction feelings that UMNO/BN ship is really 'sinking'. This knowledge derives from my intelligence gathering project I piloted myself. As I am very capable in this field of 'act' cos I was with the national intelligence dept for 35 years before my retirement. It took me almost 3 months after travelling vastly North to South, East to West working on the ground and meeting people and old colleagues.BN has got to really work very hard to win back the great proportion of lost Malays votes esp in the rural areas in NS, Pahang and Johor. The Chinese votes are fairly stable and consistent in all states resting with the Opposition. For the Indian votes they are still swaying left n right. Nothing really solid coming from them as yet.

monsterball 4 February 2013 at 20:43  

Holy Cow!! So many experts. So many predictions...all favoring downfall of BN.
Sak's predictions are contagious.

Anonymous,  4 February 2013 at 22:13  

How EC will help BN win the PRU13?

Apart from the uncommon use of the indelible ink proof before voting (so with proof of ink you can potentially repeat vote, whereas in other Commonwealth countries once you have voted, you are inked and cannot vote again), 30-day residence within 5 years for overseas voters (will keep out the majority of overseas Malaysian), the abnormal increase of postal voters from EC (buffer votes for BN), appointment of BN-friendly NGOs (no MAFREL) as PRU Observers, readers can gleam the following for more EC rigging the PRU13:-


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monsterball 5 February 2013 at 02:18  

The wind of changing the government is strong.
I have been waiting for the last two elections to feel this way.
All the time....we conclude millions of Muslims are racists....not true.
It's through fraud and cheating Umno b keep winning elections.
So much have been exposed after 12th GE.
For the first keep seeing Umno b ministers are defending and exposed .a corrupted lot.
Frauds in Sabah electoral roll exposed with Mahathir admitting it...with his usual sickening style to pull Tunku and Anwar into the frying pan.
The lowest class of dirty politics...being performed.
He sacked 4 DPMs.
That itself tells you ...what he is..who he is....a man who keep telling Malaysians....he is never wrong....and who is he trying to fool everyday?....Muslims.

Anonymous,  5 February 2013 at 09:54  

Salam Dato,

Maklumat dari rakan-rakan ATM dan PDRM nampaknya bukan hanya anggota tentera bawahan saja yang akan mengalih undi mereka malah kalangan anggota Polis juga akan ubah undi mereka kepada PR.

Bila di tanya rata-rata mereka rasa telah dikianati oleh umnobn untuk sekian lama. Mereka sedar mereka diperalatkan oleh pemimpin umnobn utk buat kerja bagi menyelamatkan umno dan bukan untuk negara. Mreka juga sedar peruntukan untuk ATM dan PDRM telah di rompak oleh pemimpin umnobn.

Mohd Zuki

Anonymous,  5 February 2013 at 12:32  

Even if UMNO Baru-BN is engaging in psychological warfare
by feeding false numbers to Datuk Sak (unlikely, in my opinion), this does not matter. At the very least, it is good for morale and could be a self-fulfilling prophecy too.

What matters is maximizing
VOTER TURNOUT. Even if PR is strong in a particular electoral district,
PR supporters should not be complacent but MUST turn up to vote.
The people can only defeat thieving and power-abusing ruling elites through mass mobilisation and NUMBERS. This is what popular democracy is all about!

Phua Kai Lit

Anonymous,  5 February 2013 at 13:10  

Wish that the projection is credible and becomes a reality.

Hope it is not garbage in and garbage out.

But BN will try to remain in power at all costs. So hope PKR has strategies to counter that.

Unknown 5 February 2013 at 16:10  

Datok we really want to hear sincere
point of view from you regarding TDM being very active to ensure BN success. tq

Anonymous,  5 February 2013 at 18:02  

Salam Dato,

Episod sudah jadi macam filem Tiga Abdul.

Mahathir menyalahkan semua bekas Presiden umno sebelum dan selepas beliau menjadi Presiden umno. Mahathir juga menyalahkan semua Timbalan Presiden yang beliau lantik sendiri. Semua orang salah kecuali dirinya sendiri.

Mahathir kini sudah jadi macam Ahmad Nesfu dalam cerita Tiga Abdul. Najib sudah jadi tuan punahsihat 25percent. Tangan Mahathir sudah tahap mengeletar macam tangan Ahmad Nesfu. Semua yang dibuat tak kena belaka. Nampaknya kita tunggu ajelah siapa yang bakal kena jual.

MOhd Zuki

Anonymous,  5 February 2013 at 18:13  


Salam and Tahniah...I pray that the figures will turn out even better.YB Nizar I noticed later came out with similar figures...I presumed the info is from a same source..

No possibility of a "barium meal"?....just being a bit cautious... I appreciate your efforts..and wish you the best

Anonymous,  5 February 2013 at 18:32  

he he he ... psy war ... steady BN ... Insyaallah BN will win.

Sarawak Patriot,  5 February 2013 at 21:01  

Uncle Dato' Sak,
Please read the article in FMT title "Sarawak snubs hero's last wishes". How on earth the BN Sarawak State Govt can do such a cruel thing to our war heroes??? Just because the late Ex-Insp Wilfred Gomez has different political stand. Reading it makes me want to cry. Even in death, the BN has NO COMPASSION for it's own hero. When he fought against the Communist Insurgents he NEVER for once look over his shoulder to see who was the CM or who is the Govt of the day. He just his job to the best of his ability even in sacrificing his life. How can the State Govt do this to him. Shame!! This CM has NO SOUL!

Sumpitan Emas,  6 February 2013 at 07:30  

Yes, lots of BN politicians have no soul. While this heroic man sweated it out in the humid jungle always in danger of being shot, someone was safe and sound in an air-conditioned office creating and making millions. And now this is his just rewards!

Najib pompously announced recently - and he has been pompous on almost all occasions recently - ,'.... if we are to build a civilised nation, there must be social transformation in terms of changes in attitude and the value system,”.

Never mind about 'social transformation' at large: what about ethical and moral transformation in the value systems of politicians, particularly those from BN?

Have BN politicians been paying from their own pockets those expenditures which are clearly personal and private?

The time is NOW!

Sarawak Patriot, 'be cool' as Najib once said to Abdul Razak Baginda in trying times, 'be cool', our time for celebration is not too far.

'Daulat Malaysia'

Anonymous,  6 February 2013 at 08:45  

Dont be complacent

No forecast is certained until the last vote is counted

As there is light at the end of tunnel, PR shud work harder to ensure victory

Anonymous,  6 February 2013 at 08:52  

Salam Dato,

Pohon izin..

Saya dan rakan-rakan sedang membuat print-out artikel-artikel dalam bog ini untuk edaran di kawasan kami seluas mungkin.

Response cukup baik, bukan hanya dikalangan pengundi biasa malah, response dari kalangan ahli-ahli umno sendiri dan penyokong umno juga memberikan response cukup baik.

Mohd Zuki

Anonymous,  6 February 2013 at 14:25  

Hi All,
just to tell u a secret.
malaysia will not be able to pass June, the world too...
why, because there is a global disaster may happen...
Thus "RAHMAN" already shown Najib is the last PM for Malaysia, after that the government will be no more, not only Malaysia, but Globally.
Because this disaster will kill a lot of people----if true, and all government will be collapse, not more government.
something may happen 1-2 months prior the global disaster, properly the electricity will be cut off so that no internet access. becuase internet is a powerful tool for all of us to get information.

now only god can help us.
god bless us

walla 6 February 2013 at 16:46  

for Sumpitan Emas,

Sumpitan Emas,  6 February 2013 at 17:42  

Walla, many thanks.

Will need some time to digest this piece and your many responses.

Very quickly, I like this part by you, ...', voters will now have four years to identify the miscreants and vote them out with as much fanfare as they were voted in. Moreover they will now have benchmarks of governance.'

Thanks again.

Anonymous,  6 February 2013 at 21:00  

all, please read this important, it show what will happen in the world and malaysia too!

Anonymous,  9 February 2013 at 00:13  

Dear Walla, Happy Chinese Year and may you enjoy many great years ahead with us, the younger generation in a reawakened nation !!!! Greetings to you, too Sak ! Rightly so, confide your strategies only with your close friends, Walla, etc that's how we deal with our trump cardS...

Gosh Walla, your stunning photo is and ideas are as inspiring and intelligent as ever, can't find one like your image even faraway

Watching the nation with hawk's eyes.

Greetings from Bronte

Anonymous,  9 February 2013 at 00:43  


maafkan aku sebab lambasted you teruk- teruk last time when you were ridiculously insanely racist in your comments against Malays here. Remember there are Malays who are good, and fair minded to fellow Malaysians, they are determined to do all that is fair and right to all Malaysians irrespective of race and creed with eternity in mind, beginning from now, making amendments backdated.

@ Kg Man still hybernating with decisively blindness ? Kg Man is still fine and breathing above the mucky waters, sharp but very fair minded without his yeeh yeeh peon, and not subjected to showiness like the recalcitrant umno leaders ? .. unless he wants to get burnt by the redundant, arrogant umno style of politicking and leadership. Aisay rugi saja, pandai tapi incapable of thinking beyond, and apolitically from umno.

Mission Impossible - the piano guys ! haha it is not impossible for the rakyat to decisively vote PK for massive transformations nationwide !

Anonymous,  10 February 2013 at 15:21  


Salam from abroad ! With the blatant IC project of maha to ensure his sdn bhd rule like marcos... the massive issues.. awaiting to stripe off the rights of every rakyat Malaysia born here decades ago ... in every field .. a citizenized filipino, mamak ( already ), indon can be eternally indebted to ensure maha's decendants rule until the moo cows birth more carcasses as the polaroid citizens do not know the whole truth of his dictator regime - sowing racism, prejudice, discrimination, and blaming the minorities - our fellow Malaysians )in the events of catatrophes, such leaders can still rule from abroad.. like fujimori

The skyrocketing nation's debts, the immense wealth of our natural resources, the pressing housing issues, a sutainable and dignified livelihood of each Malaysian and household, the security of the nation, etc have been hijacked by groupS of the superwealthy and elites of the BN ruling party, the instant citizens; the kesultanan / senior heads of depts may not read or reach the groundzeros of the common rakyat, ensconced by their handkissing PAs & political aides. In ensuring the relevance of their continuity, massive positive changes : local communities and direct participation in both macroeconomy ( must be inclusive of massive microeconemy in any future investment proposals ) and microeconomy simultaneously.. a fair distribution of empathetic, inclusive, responsible business opportunities and jobs to all, thereby each community can have a dignified livelihood through the next gens.

Abroad, I observe how a responsible govt ensures the nation's farmers', fishermen,the pultry farmers are ensured of a decent livelihood through rebranding sustainable economies - selling organic products. The weekends are reserved for them to sell their products directly, at a very clean, airy, dry place, air - conditioned, with efficient transportation provided for them at a nominal charges but without all the Malaysia Boleh fancy dressing ! Earning in cash tansfers directly to the farmers.

They sell their products directly,
to the customers, most are affluent, but humble, very nice and courteous - civilised. In the spirit of commoness, in recognition of their labor and dignity, the comunities from near and far ( foreign tourists ) would purchase their products, at a fair price : slightly more expensive which is really fine.

Anonymous,  10 February 2013 at 16:16  


On homeground, some of the wealthy, and the sikit kaya of all the three races behind gated community dah banyak komplain this that about pasar malam traders. Things can be improved swifty.

I had the privilege to meet two Melayu kita, in their late 30s of mixed marriage at the weekend market. Kind of collected but calm emotional meeting.

Likewise I urge PK / DAP / PAS winnable leaders, the incumbents and loyal supporters, bloggers will be more unified on many common plights in the forthcoming campaigns, work harder, collaborate more positively than ever, attack bn less, do more of what they can't never do, do the affirmations more, working with the hearts and pulses of the commoners - different from what the mic wanita's two datin paduka leaders announced in the star paper, they are united in their hearts and minds ... yup to enrich themselves with immense wealth and status. I hear all - round affirmative definitely.

In closing, the implementation of massive and inclusive transformations directly enriching our own farmers, fishermen, orangasli, the small and medium size enterprises is not an option. Until then, will cast my undi as a patriotic citizen - color blind bangsa melayu to show we can make massive positive friendship to work well to increase both the size of our fellow malaysians' plates and rice, our halal income, good deeds INCLUSIVE of ours - in renewed ways with fellow Malaysians !

No race, be they Muslims, Indian, Chinese, Christian, any faith will extinct like the firauns through being magnanimous, honest, fair and respectful. Otherwise there is no difference of our faith and at times, non believer of any faith are better in showing compassion to others... no, yes ? We can change, must each change to be a better person, in tandem with our individual faith or some of the z generation may decide there is no difference of having a faith of any religion.

dread thinking the instant filipino or indon rakyat will boss our fellow malaysians particularly, those with limited education at the workplace in the near future, seen them at work abroad, how filipinos ( PRs ) can bossy; one lady manager mistreated by firing our malaysian doing part - time job at her mood swing and prejudice. It reflects her personality, say it harshly her cakap faith, tak serupa bikin as well.

Many would agree that it is almost none existence to come across american or western male / female subordinates, colleagues or ceos resort to bullying others in the workplace. It is called mutual respect and human rights of every individual. However, asians mistreating asians ?!! Westerners say it is quite common among asians hence they are more civilized. They should engage senior international consultancy produced in Malaysia...

Frankly, the blame falls on the specific lousy greedy asian investors not training, not counter check balance their management team well, only profit -oriented, not being positive role models of management; here, any difference ? - cetain immature individuals from the third and fourth generation of comfortable households forming some damn bloody management team. Perhaps boycotting these outlets for mistreating their staff or customers will shake them up.

It only badly reflects the shareholders, the heads and the leaders of any private / governmental / ngo / religion organisation. Cakap lebih, tak serupa bikin. To those who do well, million thanks, do positive changes even more tenaciously, affirm others more, compliment more sincerely, training others as well just in case our time is up regardless of age.

And never believe winnable politicians holding babies, flashing megawatt smiles akin to seemingly docile last malay princess ( brought up in that way ) / guy trying to win the heart of another but controlling, checking like gestapo and disrespectful to elderly poor persons.

Salam to all, Cheers !

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