Friday, April 27, 2007

NO JOKE in Ijok; KHALID Tongue SLIP - Urges “Vote BN Candidate” & BN wins - 1850 Majority (increase 201); 81.88% Voted; ANWAR: "I am SAD for MALAYSIA"

Check back... MORE Pics of the Violence and near fighting in Next Posting
ABOVE: The sleepy PM commented on the BN victory: "This shows that the rakyat is still with the government BN .. against the Opposition. Ijok was to be the last"

The results would have SHOCKED those who were expecting a close one. But what are the chances of PKR Candidate in the face of the overwhelming "developments" suddenly thrusted upon Ijok and the majority Voters just have to return the favours

IJOK State Assembly (Selangor) by-election result:
Barisan NasionalK Parthiban – 5,884 votes
PKRTan Sri Khalid Ibrahim – 4034 votes

Majority – 1,850 votes [1,649]
Spoilt votes – 134 votes

Voter turn-out – 10,049 (81.88%)
[Square Bracketed figures are from 2004 GE]

ABOVE: The winner jumping for joy with hand raised with MB Datuk Dr Mohd Toy

ABOVE: The Final Result & BELOW: the Unofficial Result headlines by Msiakini has the SAME TIME (7.04 pm); Although the result was announced at 8.42 pm by Returning Officer, those tallying th result at the counting centre would have determine BN has won by 8.06 pm = == == =and From Channel Malaysia

IJOK, Malaysia : Malaysia's ruling coalition fended off a spirited opposition campaign led by former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim in a crucial by-election on Saturday. The ruling national front or Barisan Nasional retained the semi-rural Ijok seat in central Selangor state against the People's Justice Party, or Keadilan, with an increased majority, the Election Commission announced.

"I declare K. Parthiban from Barisan Nasional as the state assemblyman for Ijok," said election official Haris Kasim (ABOVE). Parthiban secured 5,884 votes while Keadilan's Abdul Khalid Ibrahim got 4,034 votes, Kasim said. "Barisan won with a majority of 1,850 votes," he said. A a total of 10,049 voters, or 81.9 percent, of the 12,272 eligible voters had cast their ballots, a record turnout for the constituency. In the 2004 general election, the BN defeated Keadilan by 1,649 votes in the constituency. The weekend poll is seen as a litmus test of popularity for both sides ahead of a general election expected before 2009. "I am sad for Malaysia," Anwar told reporters. - AFP/ch

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April 28, 2007 22:02 PM
BN Continues Winning Streak, Retains Ijok Seat With Higher Majority

KUALA SELANGOR, April 28 (Bernama) -- The Barisan Nasional (BN) continued its winning streak, retaining the semi-urban Ijok state seat with an increased majority of 1,850 votes in today's keenly-fought by-election. BN's K. Parthiban polled 5,884 votes while Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) received 4,034 votes in the straight fight. There were 134 spoilt votes. Returning Officer Haris Kassim announced the results at 8.42pm. The BN had earlier won four by-elections. They are in Kuala Berang (Terengganu), Permatang Pasir (Kelantan), Batu Talam (Pahang) and Machap (Melaka).

In today's by-election, which recorded the highest ever voter turnout in the the country's election history, a total of 10,049 or 81.88 per cent of the 12,272 electorate cast their ballots. The predominantly Malay seat fell vacant following the death of Datuk K. Sivalingam, 59, of a heart attack in Chennai, India, on April 4. In the last general election, Sivalingam retained the ethnically-mixed seat with a 1,649-vote majority in a three-cornered fight, beating PKR's Abdol Rahman Moharam and Mohamed Shariff Nagoorkani, an independent. Ijok, a traditional MIC seat since 1990, is among BN's fortress in Selangor. This is the second attempt by PKR to wrest the seat from BN, the first being in the last general election in 2004.

From Msiakini
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April 28, 2007 13:26 PM

Voting Gains Pace, 33 Pct Ijokians Vote As At Noon

ABOVE & BELOW: Those unable to walk & the handicap were the early voters not to miss the boat to vote

KUALA SELANGOR, April 28 (Bernama) -- Voting in the keenly fought Ijok by-election has picked up momentum, with about 33 per cent Ijokians having exercised their electoral rights as of noon. Election Commission secretary Datuk Kamaruzaman Mohd Noor said voting at all the nine polling centres was proceeding smoothly despite the cheers and jeers by supporters of the opposing parties. "I expect the voter turnout to gain pace in the evening despite the overcast skies and rain in several areas," he told Bernama. The Meteorology Department had forecast heavy rain and thunderstorm in the evening. The nine polling stations will remain open until 5pm after which votes will be counted at the respective voting centres before being tallied at the Batang Berjuntai community hall. Results are expected to be announced at about 8pm if there was no recount.

ABOVE: The wheel chair-bounded casted their votes and BELOW: Even the sick on bed was seen being pushed towards the polling station to vote

The Barisan Nasional (BN) and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) are locking horns in this semi-urban seat which fell vacant upon the death of BN assemblyman Datuk K. Sivalingam, 59, who died of a heart attack in Chennai, India, on April 4. The choice for Ijokians is between two political unknowns -- BN's K. Parthiban, 38, a former teacher, and PKR's Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, 61, a former corporate figure. Both are first-time candidates. Sivalingam retained the Malay-majority seat with a 1,649-vote majority in the last general election.

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ABOVE: The right to vote is enshrined in the constitution for those who registered and BELOW: You are entitled vote in secrecy

Polling Marked By War Of Words Between BN, Opposition Supporters
April 28, 2007 12:52 PM
KUALA SELANGOR, April 28 (Bernama) -- Scenes of heated exchanges of words between supporters of Barisan Nasional (BN) and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) outside polling centres marked the voting process in the Ijok state by-election in Selangor Saturday. Both camps could also be seen canvassing for votes at the entrances to the nine polling centres in Sungai Darah, Batang Berjuntai, Jaya Setia, Bukit Badong, Kampung Ijok, Pekan Ijok, Simpang Ijok, Tuan Mee, and Pekan Berjuntai Bestari Utara. Under the watchful eye of dozens of police personnel on duty at the polling stations, BN and opposition supporters were spotted hurling insults at each other. The situation was rather tense but under control. A Bernama survey found that it had been a rather slow start as voting was taking place amid overcast skies with rain being reported in several areas.

ABOVE: The DPM and BELOW Tan Sri Khalid were early birds at Ijok

It is a straight fight between BN's K. Parthiban, 38, and PKR's Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, 61. The by-election is being held following the death of BN assemblyman Datuk K. Sivalingam, 59, on April 4. In the 2004 general election, Sivalingam beat PKR's Abdol Rahman Moharam and independent candidate Mohamed Shariff Nagoorkani by a 1,649-vote majority. At the Sekolah Kebangsaan Bukit Badong polling station, BN and PKR supporters were seen shoving each other as PKR information chief faced difficulty in reaching his party's booth. The incident was said to have started when BN supporters overflowed into the PKR area which coincided with Tian Chua's arrival, prompting him to be mistakenly accused of trying to canvass for votes among prospective BN voters. Police immediately intervened to control the situation but a disgruntled Tian Chua could not resist to have a war of words with the police personnel present. Meanwhile, several BN leaders such as Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman and Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Shafie Apdal were seen assisting wheelchair-bound senior citizens and disabled persons making their way to the polling centres. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Selangor Menteri Besar were among the leaders who visited several polling stations this morning.The Ijok constituency has 12,272 registered voters.

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The BN is exploiting this “slip of the Tongue” to the hilt by saying that he still has a “soft Spot for BN” and it machinery is silently calling on all the electronic media to repeat this Video Clip Segment; even a "repeat" of his "tongue Slip" was included to emphasize his words just in case viewers missed it the first time around. BN supporters are being deliberately interviewed one by one after the video clip for their opinions on the meaning of this slip and further exploiting his weakness.

It was a mistake indeed and the PKR camp and its sympathizers must admit it graciously with the hard evidence now available and stop decrying it was a deliberate “spin or lie”. After a hard day’s campaigning he was tired, this slip can happened (and he was not even aware of it) and the people can understand. It should have NO impact on the decision of the Ijok voters who are not that easily swayed by a minor slip of the tongue. Tomorrow is his Present Point of Power if elected as Ejok Assemblyman. But what are his chances in the face of the overwhelming "developments" suddenly brought to Ijok.

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Watch the Video, 1 min 32 s. There is no "doctoring" that the word "jangan" can be spliced off in a video with sound.

April 27, 2007 16:41 PM

Khalid Has Soft Spot For BN, Says Najib

KUALA SELANGOR, April 27 (Bernama) -- Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said today he sympathised with the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) candidate in the Ijok state by-election, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, whom he described as having a soft spot for the Barisan Nasional (BN) though he represents an opposition political party. He said Khalid's slip of the tongue in calling on Ijok constituents to vote for his opponent and BN candidate K. Parthiban, 38, during a by-election campaign speech showed that the former Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) chief executive officer had a liking for the BN though he was a member of the PKR.

"He made the mistake because he cannot yet forget the good deeds the BN has done for him. It is for this reason that he finds it difficult to shed the soft spot he has for the BN," he told reporters after conducting a house-to-house campaign in Taman Bukit Badong Timur, here. When addressing PKR supporters during a campaign at the Tuan Mee Estate last Wednesday, Khalid, 61, who is also former Guthrie Group chief executive officer, inadvertently called on Ijok constituents to ensure victory for the BN candidate in the by-election, polling for which is tomorrow. He had said something like this:

"Now, we will bring change and now is the time ... and I hope we will all together bring about a change and vote the Barisan Nasional candidate to victory in the Ijok state constituency. Thank you."

Those words of Khalid caused an uproar among the 150 people present at the event because Khalid had promoted his opponent in the by-election.

Elaborating, Najib said it was evident that Umno and the BN had done a lot in shaping the country and safeguarding the interests of the multiracial population although this was often denied by the opposition political parties. "The people can see for themselves. Many government programmes, such as PNB and unit trusts, provide invaluable benefit for the people and country," he said.
Therefore, he said, the voters of Ijok must consider wisely and return the candidate who will represent them well.

"The voters of Ijok have to consider two things. One is the person who can take care of their interests in the constituency. The other, in the interests of the nation, is the party that can be entrusted to ensure the future of the country," he said. Najib also said that the people of Ijok were a privileged lot because they had a special place in the heart of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

He said Abdullah's visit to the constituency underscored the commitment of the prime minister and the BN in bringing development to the area, and the voters should ensure victory of BN candidate Parthiban. Abdullah yesterday visited three BN operations rooms in Ijok and met about 4,000 constituents. Tomorrow, 12,272 voters will go to the polls in the by-election, which has been necessitated by the death of BN Assemblyman Datuk K. Sivalingam, 59, on April 4. In the general election in 2004,

Sivalingam garnered a 1,649-vote majority to beat Abdol Rahman Moharam of PKR and an independent candidate.
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Khalid's Tongue Slips And Urges People To Vote BN

KUALA SELANGOR, April 25 (Bernama) -- Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, the Party Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) candidate in the Ijok by-election, had a slip of the tongue when making a speech last night and mistakenly called the electorate in the hamlet to ensure a big win for the Barisan Nasional (BN) on Saturday. "Now is the time to make a change ...and I hope together we will vote the BN candidate come Saturday (polling day). Thank you," he said when ending his ceramah in the Tuan Mee Estate, where the majority of its residents are Indians. The words caused the 150 odd people present to wonder what was going on as he was "promoting" his opponent in the election.

Several staunch PKR supporters on realising the mistake quickly interceded and shouted "Tan Sri tercakap salah, Tan Sri tercakap salah" (Tan Sri's tongue slipped) to put things right. This caused the crowd to break out in laughter while some BN supporters who were following the talk, clapped their hands. Khalid, 61, a former corporate figure, hardly realising what he had done, continued to wave to the noisy crowd before sitting down on the chair reserved for him on the stage. In the by-election, he faces the BN's K.Parthiban, 38, a former edcuationist, in a straight fight. The by-election is being held following the death of BN Assemblyman Datuk K. Sivalingam, 59, on April 4.

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And in the closing hours of Ejok by-election campaign, the BN is accusing the Opposition PKR for another Dirty Tactic to win votes. He claimed 290 residents in Ejojk have received a Letter (printed on KDU Letetr Head) with a RM100 counterfeit note urging the residents to vote for BN. Obviously he said this is NOT the work of BN but the Opposition.

A police report has been filed and he urged KDU to check the usage of its Letter Head.

Who is ACTUALLY Playing dirty?

= == = = =and if you are going to Ijok tomorrow, take time and sample its BEGGAR'S CHICKEN

The restaurant in Ijok is located near the factories and when you drive past them, you can see a burning charcoal fire at the side of the road where they cook the food in. More details


Anonymous Anonymous said...

newKING wrote:
THE KEY WORD was "CHANGE" from BN to PKR in Ijok as KI repeatedly.
28/04 06:04:56
newKING wrote:
CHANGE was the key word to vote on the racial line to overcome sedition and to expect the publicity in the national channels.
a deliberate move to get on the mass media (earlier black out), and UMNO and BN had fallen into that master stroke of KI.
28/04 06:13:29

6:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

JK's Digest No. 48 of April 2007 (104 of 2007) by-buy elections in Batu Talam, Machap, Ijok (BTMI)

BTMI - bye bye UMNO and bye-bye BN (budak nakal) in Sabah

"Kalau kita nak cerita, banyak yang kita boleh cerita, lebih menarik, lebih berwarna warni (if we wish to reveal, there are plenty of stories, more interesting and more colourful ones)," Najib warned, saying there were those who cakap tak serupa bikin (do not practise what they preach)."

That was what DPM Najib said in DUN Ijok's by-buy elections or bye-bye erections to Until Malays No Options (UMNO). No options to hide.

The deputy Chief Minister of Sabah Tan Sri Chong Kah Kiat (also former Chief Minister) said that he would reveal all at the right time for the reasons of his sudden resignation after Machap on Friday 13th April, 2007. What is CKK hiding? Obviously a time bomb!! CKK, do it now.

Tun Mahathir urged the voters of Ijok "Send signal to the 'rotten' government" [Fauwaz Abdul Aziz Apr 26, 07 10:53am] The Ijok state seat by-election this Saturday is the right time for the voters to shatter the government’s propaganda that all is well, said former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Royal Malaysian Navy is facing a serious shortage of men and ships despite spending hundred of billions of Ringgit.


It is both rotten and illegal hence plenty to hide after the most expensive General elections in 2004. The Prime Minister's Cabinet is still the corrupted lots although Abdullah pledged to do the cleaning up but a hoax. The nation is besieged by illegals and illegalities as in a tsunami of sort.

The results of 2004 GE for Sabah and the nation were all illegal.

The Election Commission as corrupted knew who were to win.

Joshua Kong lodged the report to Police and ACA, but nothing happen.

So illegal Governments (Federal and State) must go and the 13th KING now installed on 26th April must do that.

Otherwise come another elections with the 30% and more voters are Project IC holders plus some phantoms, BN would be the winners before the polling day as the results were fixed already.


STOP the mockery of democracy where one person one votes when illegal people become fake citizens of 1 to 2 millions in Sabah.

SUPPORT Joshua Kong as Chief Minister of Sabah to introduce a new beginning in a new system in Sabah touching Malaysia.
Joshua Kong (proponent of MIGS and WON)

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Author of New Wealth Order, EPIC of Sabah, FIRE, Sabah Wealth - image of woods power, - 2nd Edition, Paper to Parliamentary Select Committee on Unity and National Service.

EPIC of Sabah - 3rd Ed., WATER, A tussle in biodiversity of two liquids - palm oil and water,

Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysia in 1963, A Paper to Parliamentary Select Committee on Integrity (2006). Books to come:- A critical review- claim on Sabah and A case of Independence for Sabah - EPIC of pros and cons, Introduction to TSUNAMI of illegals and illegalities in SABAH; TSUNAMI of illegals and illegalities in SABAH.

6:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


JK's Digest No. 30 of April 2007 (86 of 2007) After Machap N8 (98), it is N11 for Ijok

So soon after Machap another MCA's Assemblyman almost died in an accident in Pahang.

But the grievous injury is enough to indicate some message. After Machap N8 or 98 when Anwar made an impact in the nation, and then N11 of 911 was the next impact for the world also involving Malaysia as the launching pad, N11 Ijok is anything to be telling a sign when at least 3 Indians are interested to contest in a Malay Majority seat in Selangor.

After I, Joshua Kong (Ijok) in Kinabalu Sabah for KS (K. Sivalingam) as Chief Minister (Cheenai Madras), it is witnessed after Machap for Malaysia Agreement or Malaysia Chapter where Tan Sri Chong on resigning as Deputy Chief Minister has set the first time bomb off for a new beginning in Sabah on 13th Friday, 2007.

Malaysia is sure to face the Tsunami of Royal Commissions of Inquiry (TRCI) while the Sabah has experienced the Tsunami of Illegals and Illegalities (TII) as indicated by 911 - also the special phone number to get emergency.

What do we expect except lots of public money to change hands between now and 28th April, 2007.

Meanwhile it is good luck for whoever be the winner of the by -elections.

Joshua Kong (proponent of MIGS and WON)

6:30 AM  

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