26 May 2014

UMNO kata 'Hidup Melayu' tapi cara diam2 depa balun tanah orang2 Melayu...

Di Teluk Intan, Anwar main isu kaum untuk pancing undi...

Anwar Ibrahim menegaskan Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud akan menjadi ahli Parlimen Melayu pertama di Teluk Intan sekiranya beliau menang Pilihan Raya Kecil (PRK) 31 Mei ini, ketika serangan karakter ke atas beliau dalam Internet semakin memuncak.

Dalam ceramah di Kampung Terengganu, Teluk Intan di hadapan kira-kira 200 masyarakat Melayu tempatan, Anwar berkata mereka akan dapat melihat buat kali pertama kaum sendiri menjadi wakil di Parlimen itu.‎

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"Ini kali pertama Teluk Intan menyaksikan calon Melayu bertanding di kerusi ini. Di Teluk Intan ini, di mana kaum Melayu tidak pernah menang, kita sekarang bawa calon kaum Melayu yang muda, berkemampuan," kata Anwar.

 "Dyana mewakili Pakatan Rakyat. Dan beliau adalah suara kepada orang muda. Beliau mahu keadilan kepada semua."

Anwar memberitahu orang ramai tiada harapan sekiranya orang ramai mengundi calon Barisan Nasional (BN), Datuk Mah Siew Keong, yang juga merupakan presiden Gerakan.


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Anwar mendakwa selaku ahli Parlimen Permatang Pauh, beliau menyaksikan bagaimana kaum Melayu diabaikan di bawah pemerintahan Gerakan sebelum DAP menawan negeri Pulau Pinang pada 2008.

"Umno kata 'hidup Melayu'. Tetapi mereka rompak tanah dan kekayaan orang Melayu dan hanya tolong kroni mereka. 'Hidup Melayu'? Bodoh!" kata Anwar.

"Sekarang mereka serang Dyana dengan teruk. Kadangkala Umno terlupa untuk hina saya kerana terlalu asyik memikirkan untuk jatuhkan Dyana," katanya.

Lawan Dyana melakukan serangan peribadi dan ke atas karakter beliau, malah melabelnya sebagai pengkhianat kepada Umno, parti di mana ibunya merupakan ahli.

Gambar seakan-akan Dyana berbikini juga tersebar meluas dalam Internet, pengkritik melihatnya sebagai usaha untuk memburukkan imej "keMelayuan" beliau kepada pengundi.

Malahan, poster bikini itu juga menjadi modal kempen apabila disebarkan ke kawasan surau dan perkampungan Melayu sekitar Teluk Intan.



Kerusi Teluk Intan mempunyai 23,301 pengundi Melayu (38.6%), 25,310 pengundi Cina (41.9 %) dan 11,468 pengundi India (19%).

DAP pertama kali memenangi kerusi yang dikenali sebagai Teluk Anson dalam PRU 1969 apabila Chan Fu King mengalahkan Menteri Kesihatan dari MCA, Dr Ng Kam Poh.

Bagaimanapun, sejak persempadanan semula kawasan pilihan raya Parlimen pada 1974, 1984 dan 1993, kawasan Parlimen Teluk Anson berubah komposisi dan pengundinya yang menyebabkan calon-calon Gerakan hanya memenangi kerusi itu mulai PRU 1974.

Calon DAP, M Kula Segaran memecahkan tradisi itu apabila memenangi kerusi itu pada 1995. – tmi


Strong crowd at DAP talk despite Thomas Cup...

For DAP, last night wasn’t just a battleground between BN and the party, as it faced tough competition to get badminton fans to attend its Super Sunday ceramah to hear the message from its heavyweight leaders.

Yet thousands had turned up at the town near OCBC Bank, Jalan Mahkota, where PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim arrived for the first time in the 12-day campaign period.

Last night was another success for DAP for raising some RM27,000 from the crowd, where a businessman donated RM20,000 alone. The emcee announced there had been a 5,000-strong crowd turnout.

A man said his whole family came for the ceramah instead of staying home watching the Thomas Cup coverage, where Malaysia made it to the final but was defeated by Japan.

DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang urged the crowd to support candidate Dyana Sofia Mohd Daud, to allow the momentum of DAP’s huge victory in Bukit Gelugor by-election to continue in Teluk Intan.

Ubah, satu kali lagi, (Change, one more time),” shouted the crowd when led by DAP member Hew Kuan Yau (right), who also urged the voters allow the tsunami to appear in the constituency.

The crowd stood up and greeted Anwar upoh his arrival, where he urged the crowd to abandon Gerakan as the party is “useless” (tak boleh pakai), with its parliamentarian remaining silent in the House and the cabinet.

“I know this, I’ve chaired cabinet meetings, and whatever the acting Umno president said, the other all said ‘yes’,” he said.

Anwar addressed the crowd in a sarcastic manner to address BN’s strategy that the BN candidate will be made a full minister if he wins.

“We need those leaders with wisdom and courage, and not those who kiss hands,” said Anwar, urging the voters to adapt to the new politics.

“DAP fielded Dyana, I am happy, though I do not know her well, I trust DAP’s choice,” he said, adding if she manages to pass the test of Umno’s gutter politic, she will represent the future of Malaysians.

“I have read about a minister who said, Dyana is not so pretty. This is okay with me. Some even said, this is not obvious, thank you for spelling out what is so obvious,” said Dyana (right), who was clad in a baju kurung and appeared with a more confident look.

Though without naming anyone, she was obviously referring to Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and Youth and Sport Minister Khairy Jamaluddin. - mk





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