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April 19, 2013 at 10:40 pm 13 comments

I’m not non-partisan.

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Setem’s comment originally @ 2013/04/15 at 8:42 am

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  • 1. NadZree  |  April 19, 2013 at 11:09 pm

    ‘aku cina’ ……..she vote dap until the last election….if i not mistaken…sorry if wrong helen….

    aku melayu@rasis…ve never vote
    aku punya penyakit,
    penyakit benci sama semua poli-tikus…All then Ps are theirs…

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  • 2. MalayPrincess  |  April 19, 2013 at 11:27 pm

    harap-harap hanyalah ‘bekas’ atau ‘mantan’ penyokong DAP.
    kalau sis Helen masih menyokong DAP, saya yang paling kecewa.

    btw, Nadzree, u mentioned before in one entry, u want to print stuffs and distribute to people.

    you may do so. please distribute & spread articles regarding Indian community issues.

    don’t let our Indian friends be fooled by DAPster & Pakatoon. help them to be independent, although Hindraf now partnering with BN.

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  • 3. Lim Tat  |  April 20, 2013 at 2:17 am

    Both of these towers lean, but can you tell which one leans more?

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  • 4. MYQ  |  April 20, 2013 at 4:37 am

    Tak kisah lah parti apa asalkan orangnya berfikiran waras dan semasa mengendalikan blog – bersikap adil, telus dan berhemah

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  • 5. Fakin' Fake Calvin  |  April 20, 2013 at 7:39 am

    (UM)no-lah. Of course you’re (UM)not partisan. (UM)no one can claim you are anyway. You’re just channeling your k(UM)nown distaste for the politics of DAP.

    * That’s how Dappies see it, btw…

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    • 6. Helen Ang  |  April 20, 2013 at 7:50 am

      My statement above, if anyone were to read clearly, says: “I’m not non-partisan”.

      And Dapsters are as usual delusional because my banner posting – which has been at the top of my homepage for some time now and will remain the highlight until after May 5 – states “I support Uthayakumar for Parliament“.

      And Uthaya most recently declared:

      “Do not vote for Umno/BN, voting for Pakatan is up to the individual as Hindraf is not prepared to take responsibility for Pakatan’s non-delivery to the Indian poor.”

      http://fz.com/content/ge13-uthaya-slams-hindraf-hijackers-says-mou-not-acceptable

      Duh the Dappies …

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      • 7. anakjamil  |  April 20, 2013 at 3:39 pm

        I seriously don’t understand Uthaya, I just don’t. Whether the MoU is signed now or long ago doesn’t make a difference. The most important thing is their blueprint is accepted (and mind you, NOT just verbally).

        Helen, Najib show humility by agreeing and bending for Hindraf (though not all 100% indians are supporting BN, safe to say Najib has secured quite a fair bit as compared to PR).

        Uthaya preferred to be mocked, conned by PR rather than admitting that Najib’s administration is sincere (depends on who’s intrepretation la) in helping the indian community.

        Even, during the recent meet at Batu Caves (for the Indian taxi drivers), Saravanan never did once say bad or nasty things about PR nor Hindraf – all he said was ‘the vote is yours, just choose wisely – if help/assistance is given, accept as it is your right as Malaysian’ (NOTE: This statement was relayed to me by my indian uncle who attended and he was not a fan of BN before).

        So, back to Uthaya. I wonder now of his REAL intention with Hindraf – is it really to help out the ‘displaced’ indians (or indian in general) or is he using it as his political stepping stone?

        Najib has shown he’s the bigger person by bending – yes, the timing is a bit off but which one is better : signed & sealed or just lip service?
        All I can see now, Waytha is sincere in his mission but for Uthaya, I am sorry, I have to give him a miss!

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        • 8. Helen Ang  |  April 20, 2013 at 6:17 pm

          I agree with you that Waytha put up the Hindraf blueprint to whichever coalition was willing to accept the terms and he had gone into the field giving each side (whether BN or Pakatan) a 50-50 chance … actually favouring Pakatan more.

          Waytha was upfront from the very start that he was trading (arm-twisting, holding to ransom with his hunger strike) the Hindraf votes in return for either BN or Pakatan commitment to implement the blueprint.

          Therefore I do not see any reason for Pakatan and their supporters to be such sore losers and calling the Indians “pariah” and heaping all those other insults.

          For the poor Indians who will be beneficiaries of the blueprint, it’s the assistance that they’re to receive that counts. Food on the table and a future for their kids is more tangible than the political grandstanding of Pakatan-Beyond-Race-Firsters and ABU.

          People first!

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  • 9. mat yo  |  April 20, 2013 at 10:21 am

    Are you ABU kak Helen? I’m no ABU, I’m TIBAI, ha…ha…ha..anyway we are a democracy. Vote as you like, but be responsible on the consequences.

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    • 10. Helen Ang  |  April 20, 2013 at 10:28 am

      No lah, where got.

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  • 11. SAIKO SAM  |  April 20, 2013 at 10:36 am

    LIM GUAN ENG MAHU GUNA BULAN KA??

    MANA ADA, BAHHHH

    SUDAH PAKAI ROKET SEKARANG, BAHHHH….

    CONSIPIRACY THEORY LA U PRO BN PEOPLE.. MAU SYOK SENDIRI KAHKAHKAHHH…

    APAAPA PUN CINA UNDI BULAN SKRG, MATI LA BN…..

    HELEN U HENTAK SAMA PAKATAN TAPI TETAP PRO PAKATAN KAN

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  • 12. zack  |  April 20, 2013 at 12:05 pm

    I hate RPK for what he has done to Pak Lah. But lately I enjoy his comment. He said about being non-partisan is like an atheist or agnostic. He then asked Do you believe in God?

    I guest he meant to say that it is impossible for people to say their are impartial or not biased.

    Like deep down everyone believe in a higher supreme being.

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  • 13. Setem  |  April 20, 2013 at 2:53 pm

    Helen – A police report which alleged that HLB branch manager issued a threat to her staff that they could lose their jobS if they did not vote for DAP.

    http://khairulryezal.blogspot.com/2013/04/biadap-pengurus-cawangan-hong-leong.html

    I have sent the link to HLB customer service.

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