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BN needs to "change"....

Barisan Nasional (BN) won with the final tally of 133 seats - seven lesser than that what was achieved by in 2008.

However, the coalition party managed to win Kedah and Perak unlike the past election.

The numbers see BN winning slim majorities in most areas - and the indication is clear.

The outcry on social media is apparent and there is no point turning a blind eye. The same happened in 2008 when the government then decided to ignore blogs and online portals. It backfired.

Social media was not treated seriously up until recently and this was evident based on the conversations that revolved around the masses and the political parties.

To call it a 'Chinese Tsunami' - perhaps is not the right choice of words.

It is also clear that MCA has lost the plot while the results show that most do not really agree "extremist views" - thus the number of seats PAS had lost.  DAP and PKR - some just love them, others fell in love with them for they are simply the alternative.

"Don't care who we vote for, as long as it is ubah," a voter was overheard saying near Jalan Pahang.

BN leaders need to get off their high and mighty horses and realise the true sentiments of the people.

As Titiwangsa MP Johari Abdul Ghani rightfully said; "We cannot take the people for granted anymore."

Former deputy higher learning minister Saifuddin Abdullah - who lost his Temerloh parliamentary seat - said there needs to be a "new version of BN". Read more in The Malay Mail today.
It is time for the elders to listen to these younger blood - for if BN carry on with the same attitude, it will be disaster in the next election.

As Rembau MP Khairy Jamaluddin said on his Twitter account:

HD says: Change needs to come from within.


  1. can a leopard change it's skins??


  2. Time we be grateful for what we have .
    Pointless to dream of what could be.
    BN has and will do a good job. There will be challenges and there will be setbacks, but common sense will still prevail and Malaysians will show that at the polls.
    Keep it up Dato Seri Najib.

  3. Bro HD,

    Another 5 years of back stabbing,corruption, misdemeanors,enticing,favoritism,gerrymandering,politicking's,freebies, rotting, plundering and occasional shitting of bricks....this will continue...I mean.... in most of our sports associations.
    Hope we get a good sports minister...someone who wears big shoes......there are far too many butts that needs to be kicked in our many sports bodies.

    Currently,BAM,FAM,MHC appear to be the seeded bodies for the butt kicking sessions.The sessions can be aired live over Astro Awani with Inglis apprentice Zainal Abidin Rawoop commenting strictly in our beautiful Bahasa Melayu.
    Hope DSN grantS me and my friends our wish.

    Peminat SukanJB

  4. Dato Subahan- aisehman, was hoping you to become Selangor's premier, barulah misi 33 boleh dicapai.tapi apakan daya...
    Pak Abu Hensem

  5. Yeah, BN especially UMNO needs to change to accommodate the aspirations of the people who vote for them. UMNO needs to put more attention for the plight of the Malay and Bumiputera. After all, UMNO and its coalitions in Sabah and Sarawak alone contribute 121 Parliamentary seat compare to the pathetic seat of 12 won by MIC, MCA and Gerakan.


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