What God Must Have Wanted

For this by-election campaign alone, a cursory look at the federal and state government pledges and distributions specific to the Chinese community total in excess of RM12 million.”

The most significant allocation took place on Jan 5, a day before nomination day, where the state government distributed about RM2.7 million in cash to about 9,000 needy and elderly Chinese.”

RM300 cash was distributed to more than a dozen journalists at the state information department’s media centre in Kuala Terengganu.”

So now the uncle has decided to vote for PAS, though he was offered RM400 by the BN for his vote.”

The federal government today awarded a whopping RM15.8 million worth of small infrastructural projects to 583 class-F contractors through a computerised ‘bidding’ system.
The contracts were awarded to Terengganu-based contractors through the Implementation Coordination Unit (ICU) at a function at the Wisma Darul Iman, Kuala Terengganu

Khairy said…when telling his side of the story on how he had attended a debate against PAS vice-president Husam Musa and sparked the controversy that has rocked the opposition coalition.”

“MCA is distributing fliers and publishing advertisements in Chinese dailies to remind the community about PAS candidate Abdul Wahid Endut’s 'past sins'.”

Samy Vellu: “we need your (the Indian community) support." (But it looks like Indians don’t need you or the MIC, la)

Samy Vellu: "God willing, we can win.” (Even God did not want you to win.)

Official: PAS wins KT by 2,631 votes

– G. Krishnan