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Comments for Wee Choo Keong


Comment on Was intimidation of voters part of the agenda for “Ala Arab Spring” / “Regime Change”? by Tan ks

Posted: 12 May 2013 07:13 AM PDT

The 2 alam is still protesting. Lets forget about him and move on. We cannot afford to politicking non stop.
We must now tell him to go to hisp home country to try his luck out with his new found ability as lecturer. The US msy not want him anymore. Ka ka ka

Comment on Was intimidation of voters part of the agenda for “Ala Arab Spring” / “Regime Change”? by thesarawakspirit

Posted: 12 May 2013 06:31 AM PDT

Hello. This is my last try to get honest replies. Anyone here who can answer my earlier questions about why the people are protesting?

Some of you guys also commented on several things like the BERSIH guy was taken away in a car (not sure how you can deduce that he is taken away to the police station based on the photo). I also wonder why some of you can be so sure that there is no blackout, Bangla voters and non-indelible ink. Even EC admitted that the ink is not indelible if the ink bottle is not shaken properly. Are you guys trolling?

Comment on Was intimidation of voters part of the agenda for “Ala Arab Spring” / “Regime Change”? by Zam

Posted: 12 May 2013 01:28 AM PDT

dudah jelas. tak payak nak cakap lagi. kita sudah tahu apa belaku. Bungkuskan si derhaka itu.

Comment on Was intimidation of voters part of the agenda for “Ala Arab Spring” / “Regime Change”? by Kenny

Posted: 11 May 2013 11:24 PM PDT

The pictures tell all the stories. Intimidating the voters by the protest. The DAP cybertroopers posted all the lies. Blackout, Bnagla voters, indelible ink did not last and etc. It all turned out to be wild allegations. The dua alam is still holding rally to protest. The best way to protest is for all PR MPs and Aduns to refuse to be sworn in. THat will be the real effective protest. But Lim Guan Eng and PAS MB in Kelantan can’t wait to be sworn in. What a hypocrisy. It was just to play around with the emotions of the Chinese voters.

Comment on Was intimidation of voters part of the agenda for “Ala Arab Spring” / “Regime Change”? by Ibrahim

Posted: 11 May 2013 11:13 AM PDT

Bloody racist. Democracy PR style. Enough is enough. It was ok for them to intimidate the voters but not others. This is the type of democracy the DAP and Anwar Ibrahim wanted for Malaysia. They got it. We will teach them a lesson from now on and in PRU 14.

Comment on Was intimidation of voters part of the agenda for “Ala Arab Spring” / “Regime Change”? by Tan Koon Swim

Posted: 11 May 2013 04:20 AM PDT

You became BN friendly after PRU 12 but BN wasn’t friendly to you at PRU 13 (and you didn’t become their candidate). Do you feel betrayed for your trust in them (just like you betrayed the trust in you by the voters, when you stood on PKR ticket)?

Comment on “Politic of hatred” yang diidamkan oleh cybertroopers DAP by Chow Cee Bai

Posted: 11 May 2013 12:49 AM PDT

Shen Yee Aun. Running dog of a loser like Wee Choo Keong.

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