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BARISAN NASIONAL IS THE WORLD'S WORST MOST CRUEL MONSTER WHICH DESTROYED MALAYSIAN INDIANS AND REDUCED MOST OF THEM INTO THE MOST MARGINALISED, POOREST COMMUNITY BESIDES ORANG ASLI. PAKATAN RAKYAT WHICH CAME INTO PROMINENCE IN 12GE AFTER CAPTURING 5 STATES WITH HINDRAF AND MALAYSIAN INDIANS STRONGEST SUPPORT HAS BECOME BIG HEADED AND AT PRESENT CONCENTRATING IN GIVING ALMOST ALL BENEFITS TO THE MALAY COMMUNITY AND INDIAN COMMUNITY WHILE PLAYING POLITICAL DRAMAS WITH THE POOR INDIAN COMMUNITY. ALL THESE SHOWS THESE POLITICIANS ARE SELFISH, RACIST AND CARE FOR POWER ONLY. (Don't ever sell your golden votes for money, sundry goods and anything else).TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR THE INDIAN COMMUNITY TO REALISE THIS, SHOW THEIR POWER AND ONCE AGAIN THROW ITS 100% SUPPORT TO THE HINDRAF MAKKAL SKAKTHI AND ITS CHAIRMAN WAYTHAMOORTHY AS WELL AS AMBIGA AND KULASEGARAN OF DAP. The coming 13GE would be the last mile stone for the Indian community in safeguarding its remaining right, privileges and build up a better future for its young generation and future generation. 

Indian Voters Dissatisfied With Pakatan StrCRUucture
The murmurings of discontent in the Indian community about Pakatan Rakyat are getting louder, but the Opposition coalition is unlikely to heed them as it has already given up on the Indian vote ahead of GE 13.

Thiruvengadam, who writes a column for a Tamil daily, said it was doubtful that any Indian currently holding a leadership position in any of the Pakatan parties would resign to join the new party. His advice to Young Power was that it should instead support a two-party system for the country. "Indians can benefit more via the two-party system since they are the third largest community in the country, which makes them an important deciding factor in the polls," he said. However, Young Power's proposal has the support of P Jenapala, the pro-tem president of the Indian Justice Party.

Jenapala, a former PKR deputy secretary, said he saw nothing wrong in Pakatan accepting an Indian-based party since the coalition includes PAS, which he described as a "one hundred per cent Malay-dominated party". He rejected the Pakatan claim that it is a coalition for all races.

"PAS will say, 'Let's go towards a better Malaysia as long as Muslims are supreme.' DAP will say, 'Malaysia for Malaysians as long as the Chinese are supreme.' And PKR is a Pakatan version of Umno upholding Malay supremacy," Jenapala said. He questioned why PAS, DAP and PKR were refusing to merge into one party if all three genuinely believed in multi-racialism. "To them, Indians are just the sambal belacan that they add to their food to make it tasty," he said. It's not surprising then that PKR has already acknowledged it expects to lose more than one-third of its Indian votes to Barisan Nasional (BN) in the coming polls.

In April, PKR strategy director Rafizi Ramli had admitted that MIC president Datuk Seri G Palanivel had worked hard to attract Indian voters. At the federal level too, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has implemented several initiatives for the Indian community, including a micro-credit scheme for low-income Indian families. He has also attracted broad support across our multi-ethnic society for his 1Malaysia programme.

As a result, Najib has a huge 69 per cent approval rating among Indian voters, according to Merdeka Center. No wonder the Opposition has given up on the Indian vote, with Pakatan leaders hoping they can make do with only Malay and Chinese votes. This complacency could cost the Opposition dearly on polling day.


After switching from BN to Pakatan, Indians remain frustrated
By Baradan Kuppusamy...  - The cracks appearing in the Pakatan Rakyat especially among its Indian leadership in Selangor are symptoms of a larger malaise in the opposition coalition that can no longer be ignored. It also comes at a time when the PR is facing the crucial Kuala Terengganu by-election where although Indian voters number only about 500, the damage to the PR image would have an adverse impact. At the heart of the widening crisis is deep dissatisfaction among Indians, who woke up massively after a long slumber with the Nov 25 Hindraf protests last year, and despite wholehearted support, many do not feel they have benefited much from the Pakatan Rakyat victory.

The dissatisfaction is keenly felt by Indian leaders in the PR alliance, especially in PKR and DAP. Many of these  leaders are not rank and file party members but former Indian NGO activists who had opposed UMNO/BN domination, and subsequently joined the PKR or DAP and were fielded as candidates in the March 8 general election.

PKR's Kapar MP S. Manikavasagam is a classic example – a person who graduated from street activism to PKR youth leadership and finally into parliament. Other NGO activists like Charles Santiago joined the DAP. Some others like Padang Serai MP M. Gobalakrishnan are ex-MIC.  What they have in common is years of activism behind them, both in NGOs and during the reformasi period when PKR leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was jailed.

But now they are faced with ex-Umno people like Selangor MB Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim as their boss and are being told to shut up, toe the party line and keep quiet. It is the kind of subservient politics that had damaged BN component parties like the MIC, PPP and Gerakan – to keep quiet, toe the BN line, and put party interest over community interest.  Political experts say the crisis in the Pakatan Rakyat in Selangor is really a clash between the old "Malay dominance" politics that has persisted and deep dissatisfaction among minority Indians that they have been sidelined despite ensuring a big win for the opposition on March 8.

"It is a majority minority conflict for the promised fairer re-distribution of resources...a promise not kept," said Dr denison Jayasooria, a Suhakam commissioner who previously headed a MIC think-tank. Although the BN was defeated and the Pakatan Rakyat took power and although political positions were distributed in a reasonably fair manner, Jayasooria says the old mode of "Malay dominance" politics persist. "Beyond symbolic gestures like making Ramasamy deputy chief minister (Penang deputy CM Prof Dr P. Ramasamy) and giving the Speakers post in Perak to an Indian, the larger Indian community as a whole has not benefited from the March 8 victory," he said.

"The issues of poverty, employment, scholarships and minimum wages - all issues close to minorities that were raised by MPs like Manikavasagam during the election campaign, remain unfulfilled," he said.  Despite the rise of the Pakatan Rakyat, he said, the old political mode which saw Umno domination preventing minority access to services, as well as issues related to land and local authorities remain.  It is an issue of political idealogy that permeates national politics, the civil service, media, the universities and is the dominant political culture of the country.

A mere change of government does not mean an immediate change in the dominant political culture, Dr Denison argued in explaining why there are persistent disputes between minorities and the majority in the Pakatan Rakyat ruled state governments.
While PR political leaders are able to meet and iron out differences as they crop up, the frustration felt at the local level is keen and not easily resolved. "We had expected better, we deserve better. But what we got is only marginally better than what the BN gave us," said T. Kannan, a senior DAP member, giving voice to Indian frustration with PKR in Selangor, a state which is home to 700,000 Indians, most of them living below the new income poverty line of RM1,500 a month.

"There is a lot of frustration in the Indian community that despite total mobilization for the opposition, the returns were negligible," he said. "They had high expectations, but they still struggle to make ends meet."  "So naturally they demand to know why they have been sidelined," he said.  The crisis needs resolution and the only solution, PR Indian leaders say, is an equitable power relationship between the dominant Malay agenda and minority components of Pakatan Rakyat. But it is easier said than done because there is a wide gap between minority and majority in the power distribution in the new set up as it was also in the old political order.

"Manikavasagam is a deputy PKR leader in Selangor but he complains he has no access to the Mentri Besar," Jayasooria said.
"Access is fundamental but Manikavasagam could not get access to his boss in his own party." "This shows that although he is reasonably high up in the party, he is treated as an outsider," Jayasooria said. "The dynamics of Malay dominance versus minority resistance is the same, the issues are the same. Only the players have changed. The name has changed but the game is the same," he said.


No Putrajaya For PR Without Total Indian Support
13th GE,Indians,Pakatan Rakyat... The consensus at the grassroots level is that the 13th GE won’t see a repeat of the 2008 political tsunami in Peninsular Malaysia despite the alternative media because the vital Hindraf Makkal Sakthi factor, representing the Indian underclass in particular, will be missing this time.

The reasons are aplenty.
Bersih under super duper rich lawyer Ambiga Sreenivasan won’t be able to help Pakatan Rakyat (PR), especially Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), compensate for the absence of Hindraf. Amibiga is no match whatsoever for Hindraf. She doesn’t represent the Indian underclass. She continues to get the support of the Chinese and Malays, the converted, for PR but the Indians, the crucial factor, is missing. Attacking Ambiga in racist terms is not going to make the Indians come rushing to her defence. Indraf, the new NGO, is a sick PKR joke just as Malaysian Makkal Sakthi was a desperate Umno joke.

In the same vein, ex-PR propagandist and fugitive blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin, currently held up by the Barisan Nasional (BN), has been labelled a “political clown” who’s full of himself. The bottomline is that people did not vote for PR in 2008. They voted against BN because of the bandwagon effect created by Hindraf Makkal Sakthi in Nov 2007 and mid-Feb 2008 and the alternative media playing it up. Only the Indians can bring down the BN in Peninsular Malaysia. If the Indians abstain, PKR will lose and BN will win by default and coupled with Sabah and Sarawak, BN will still form the Federal Government.

If the Indians vote against BN, even support from Sabah and Sarawak will not be enough to help BN to form the Federal Government. People in Sabah and Sarawak are under the mistaken impression that they can be King Makers.  They are sadly mistaken.

Only the Indians can be King Makers or King Killers.
If Sabah and Sarawak are King Makers and King Killers, BN won’t continue to take them for granted as Fixed Deposit — think illegals — states.  If Sabah and Sarawak want to be a factor in politics in the mainstream, they should join forces with the Indians as a 3rd Force. By themselves, they will be not in the political mainstream, and that’s why Umno continues to ignore them and take them for granted.

PR will never form the Federal Government if they don’t get the Indian community to vote against BN. Note that the Indians voting against BN is not the same as voting for PR. The Indians voted against BN the last time because of Hindraf and not MIC. By focusing on the Chinese and Malays, Anwar is merely preaching to the converted. Come the 13th GE, PR will at best hang on to its gains of 2008 in Peninsular Malaysia including Perak. At worst, PKR will lose all its seats outside Kuala Lumpur and in the five Opposition states of 2008 because of the Indians and maybe even the Malays.

The Chinese will be all out for PR, the Indians for Dap and Pas only.
The Indians will reject PKR as cast in the same mould as Umno and BN. Where PKR loses, it will be because Indians didn’t vote for them and where BN wins, it will be because the Indians didn’t vote against them (BN). In both cases, the Indians would have abstained from voting.  The Chinese know that PKR is another Umno but think that the solution to that is to increase their numbers in the party.

If the Chinese are willing to do this with PKR, the Indians should adopt the same approach and give it time to get results for themselves. The Indians must remember that they can’t join Umno but PKR is open to them. At one time, Indians reportedly formed 40 per cent of the PKR membership but they left largely because of de facto party chief Anwar Ibrahim’s attitude to Hindraf.  nfortunately, the Indians can only bring down the ruling party in the immediate future without themselves benefiting from the change. That’s why they left PKR.

It seems that the Indians are condemned to repeatedly bringing down the ruling party until the Chinese and Malays finally get the message that they (Indians) must be given their rightful place in the Malaysian sun or otherwise it will continue to undermine national security and thereby bring down and depress values — shares, property, currency etc — as investor and consumer confidence continues to be lacking. In Sabah and Sarawak, come the 13th GE, the BN will not be able to repeat its performance of 2008. There will be a mini political tsunami in Sabah and Sarawak as a delayed reaction to the 2008 political tsunami in Peninsular Malaysia.

PKR will be rejected in Sabah. The party, rightly or wrongly, has acquired the stigma of being against the Orang Asal (Natives) and rooting, overtly and covertly, for the illegal immigrants allegedly on the electoral rolls. Meanwhile, the longer the 13th GE is delayed, the less seats that Dap will win in Sabah.  The 3rd Force, albeit small, will come into being in Sabah if not Sarawak but at the expense of BN and not PR.  PR should work with the 3rd Force. It should not continue to belabour under the mistaken impression that the 3rd Force is its mortal enemy.

This is the same strategic mistake that they, especially PKR, has made with Hindraf Makkal Sakthi. ........ Again, it’s high time that PR accepted the fact that the people did not vote for them in 2008. They voted against BN and PR won by default. There’s no place in Sabah and Sarawak for PR and eventually for BN too. It’s better for BN and PR to focus on Peninsular Malaysia and leave Sabah and Sarawak alone.  Sabah and Sarawak are 3rd Force and Hindraf Makkal Sakthi territory.  Sabah and Sarawak, being in the underclass like the Orang Asli and the great majority of the Indians, Christians and other minorities, are crucial to Hindraf’s strategy to cut Umno down to size and prevent PKR from getting too big for its boots...... By: Joe Fernandez


It Will Be The End of Cassanova Lim Kit Siang & DAP Lim Dynasty in Labis.  There are speculation that Lim Kit Siang may contest in Labis.DAP will only be SUPREME in most Chinese Majority area seats but so far their result in all the mix seats are not so convincing.

Lim Kit Siang must not forget that the Malays and Indian votes had gone back rapidly towards BN andJohor Chinese influence is just a none tested political assumption that it will really swing big towards PR.  Even if Tsunami 2008 and the Sex Scandal can never bring down Labis then do Lim Kit Siang really think that he is even way bigger than Tsunami? DAP logo may be way much more popular than MCA at the current political scenario but in politics is not only about political party. It also include the candidate factor where Chua Tee Yong is proven to be a clean and young upcoming rising star in the political world. What issue does Lim Kit Siang have to bring down CTY ?

Another biggest factor that Lim Kit Siang may miscalculated if he plan to take this move is that politics is not only about sentiment , emotion , policy and issues. SERVICE to the constituency is 1 of the most important factor to determine the result of the election. The CHUA family had service the people in Labis for decades and so far Chua Tee Yong had been active in Labis almost every week to service his people over there.

What does it take as an outsider than never even service the people over there and worst when the DAP candidate that loses in LABIS never really work hard to continue service the people in Labis and then out of their sudden their warlord wishes to come power and take over the place?

If today Lim Kit Siang in a metaphor is a lover and a husband then he will be the most not secure man to be with. He will never stay with 1 wife or lover for a long time. When he needed to seduce a lover towards him he will go all out to that area and work hard and after he won over the hearts of the lover he will not even do his job well ( PEOPLE IN IPOH TIMUR KNOW HARDLY LIM KIT SIANG WAS IN IPOH TIMUR EVEN ONCE IN A MONTH TO SERVICE THE PEOPLE ONCE HE WON ). And worst this type of lover is having the playboy metaphor where will jump from 1 place to another place with proven track record because HE THINKS HE IS THE CASSANOVA THAT is that Romantic and Attractive to seduce any voters anywhere he wants .

Dearest Lim Kit Siang , sometimes the voters need SECURITY more than just a PERSONALITY ! If his ego really get over his head just to make a point that he is that almighty to bring down the son of a President then LKS may miscalculated his political move. If greed got over his head then he might end up losing more in this whole battle plan. No doubt 1 of the main reason that Pakatan Rakyat manage to capture PERAK in Mac 2008 beside the Tsunami Factor it was also due to Lim Kit Siang aura and charisma that give a political boast to the state.

If politically DAP is at their peak now and arrogance and greed of wanting more might harm them in the battle.  The contest in PERAK for upcoming General Election is still a 50% 50% battle. Externally if Lim Kit Siang is willing to suicide for DAP/PR and trying to come over to Johor in order to capture Putrajaya then it will be a big gamble for Pakatan Rakyat.  In the worst scenario Perak loses a Tiger and that Tiger fail to capture Johor. End up they will be losing 2 states because of their greed and hunger of power.

For internal DAP battle it may also be the beginning of an end for the LIM era in DAP. Anybody who stay closely with DAP internal politics they will know that Ngeh & Nga Kor Ming power in DAP is supreme and way much stronger than Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng. It was because so happen that the almighty Lim Kit Siang is in Perak therefore the influence of Ngeh & Nga can be minimize with his presence there.  People in DAP know the Lim Dynasty that is controlling DAP now do not have the support from Selangor Teng Chang Khim , Melaka Goh Leng San , Johor Boo Cheng Hau and the Perak Ngeh and Nga.

Lim Guan Eng was lucky to bring in his own young force in KL ,Selangor and Penang to maintain his Secretary General position inside the party. But is this new generations of leaders in DAP rise from DAP grassroots ? Are the seasoned , experience and wise enough to face the old veteran generals inside DAP that is against Lim Guan Eng ?  Even if Lim Kit Siang ambush Johor he will still fail to minimize the influence of local veteran DAP  Johor General Boo Cheng Hau in Johor. And when that happens it will only give Ngeh & Nga more space andopportunity to expand their influence in Perak.

What if there one day all the Lim Dynasty internal political rivals team up? Teng Chang Khim from Selangor , Boo Cheng Hau from Johor , Ngeh & Nga from from Perak and Goh Leng San from Melaka ? The force of this 4 state in DAP is the strength of more than 70% of the total delegate that is powerful enough to bring down Lim Guan Eng as the Secretary General of DAP and that will be the end of LIM Dynasty.

So what even if in reality Lim Kit Siang manage to win a seat in Johor? For internal politics he will still fail to minimize Boo Cheng Hau strength in Johor and giving the opportunity for both Ngeh & Nga to expand their influence in Perak that will risk his own son LGE internal support and power inside the party. - SYA


It's time to form a Pakatan Rakyat Indian caucus to safeguard, strengthen and enhance the community's political bargaining power with the alliance.  DAP's Bagan Dalam assemblyman A Tanasekharan said although Pakatan emphasised on multi-racial political agenda, it was imperative for ethnic Indian leaders and members to form the caucus to protect minority rights, interests and benefits.

"Indians in Pakatan are a minority in majority-dominated parties. We must build our bargaining strength by being united with one strong voice. This is not a racial concept against multi-racial agenda. "It's a necessity based on political realities," Tanasekharan told FMT here today. He said the caucus was vital to unite Indians into a collective single voice to safeguard and enhance the community's political and socio-economic rights and interests by large.

At present, he said Indian elected representatives were not moving as a single cohesive unit with "each moving and doing things on own way."  He said the caucus can act as a pressure group to recommend pro-active policies and monitor their implementation for the community benefit.  Several Indian NGOs yesterday called on the political coalition forming the next federal government to appoint a deputy prime minister and four cabinet ministers from the Indian community.

Videos ... Several Hindi Films for your view.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tvZGtSHS9c
An artist Anwar (Not Malaysian Politician)is mistaken for a terrorist and what follows is a mirror image of the present Indian condition. The main characters a rabble rousing minister two journalists trying to redeem their careers and in the process their lives a priest who wants to preserve the status quo and a senior police officer who wants desperately to leave this place but cannot unless he closes this case each try to engineer the situation to their benefit playing out their hopes and desires on Anwar. Through them and the stories involving them Anwar finds a pulsating love a love plastered against the throbbing canvas that is India.

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By Team Nambikei... The political landscape in Malaysia has been given a new spectrum with the emergence of Pakatan Rakyat. Existence of two levels of government, Barisan Nasional (BN) Federal government and Pakatan Rakyat (PR) government in 4 states, intertwined to manage the country and its people. This is the complex art of political cooperation between BN and PR politicians for the benefit of the rakyat. The new kid on the block, Pakatan Rakyat, has managed to capture the attention of many by prudently managing and operating their respective states. We could trace the recent financial standings and massive foreign investments which have made headlines. Let’s dissect the benefits of residence under Pakatan Rakyat government. Can we project their roadmap as a Federal government based on the initiatives undertaken in their respective states?

Every step undertaken by the government is calculated to achieve maximum leverage among the electorate or therakyat. Yet, we seem to occupy our daily coffee chatter with political slogans and crony chants. We never do discuss details of concrete measures being undertaken to uplift a community or the people at large by these governments. In Nambikei.com, we have listed various achievements and initiatives by the Barisan Nasional government. Let us for a change dwell into the various initiatives of the Pakatan Rakyat government.

Pakatan Rakyat – Peoples Power  ....  One can’t deny that the Pakatan Rakyat government came into being with the help of the Indian community. The chants of ‘Makkal Shakti’ echoing to the beat of Pakatan Rakyat are undeniable. How has the FDI’s coupled with low debt high income status of these states have benefitted the rakyat?

Free Water, Microcredit scheme and to the Death Bed
Literally, all aspects of a person’s livelihood are covered for the Selangor state dwellers. The state has pledged to continue with this effort as part of their steps to ‘People Friendly Economy’ (Merakyatkan Ekonomi Selangor). Firstly, up to 20m3 of water is provided free to all households in the state of Selangor. This was initiated on 1st June 2008 to present. It is reported that nearly 1.5 million residence of Selangor would benefit from this. Secondly, under the TAWAS scheme, the initial investment of RM100 by children of Selangor will be paid back with the sum of RM 1,500 when they reach the age of 18.

To cater to the education needs of the farming / estate community, the state has allocated RM2 million. This covers the ‘one-off’ scholarships and the building funds of Tamil schools in rural areas in Selangor.  As for the development of rural and urban poor, the state has embarked on a micro-credit scheme. The goal is to increase the income of these people and elevate their quality of life. For the urban micro scheme, Loans up to RM 5,000 without interest being offered while for the rural poor, up to RM 3000 loans being offered without interest or guarantor.

Finally, upon reaching the ripe old age, one could rest easy in Selangor, as the funeral expenses are taken care of by the state. A sum of RM 2,500 will be given to any Selangor born citizens who are 60 year old and above.  Many other good initiatives have been undertaken by the Selangor government as for the benefit of its rakyat. To know more please visit http://mes.selangor.gov.my.

The Deep Impact  ....  One could decipher from the facts above, yes, the rakyat is being taken care of by the Pakatan Rakyat ruled state. The notion of how well the Indian community has benefitted from these initiatives is indeed unparalleled to other initiatives by other governments. Is that so? Could we compare? Or do we dare to compare?

Anwar Plays ‘Race’ Card (Badly) ....  Things must be tough at Pakatan Rakyat if Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has to play the 'race' card. He pledged that a future Pakatan government would put an end to race-based policies, but this is sheer hypocrisy coming from a coalition of parties that target voters on the basis of their race.
With the DAP a Chinese-dominated fiefdom, and PAS and PKR targeting Malay voters, how can Anwar then claim that Pakatan is above race-based policies? Its entire vote strategy is based on race and community.

Yet Anwar still tried to criticise the current preferential treatment for Bumiputeras. "Race-based policies must end...we will continue to help the poor to get facilities like microcredit. Who benefits the most? The Malays. They have the most people, so even if you give help to an Indian person, it won't affect the majority who are Malays," he told reporters. In fact, by saying that, Anwar is indulging in race-based populism. He is trying to pander to the Indian poor voter, while stereotyping the entire Indian community.

In April, PKR had admitted it expected to lose more than one-third of its Indian votes to Barisan Nasional in the coming polls, according to PKR strategy director Rafizi Ramli. In Pakatan's race calculations, dwindling Indian support will be compensated by Chinese and Malay votes, as the Indian community does not form a majority in any of the country's 222 parliamentary constituencies.
But to keep its hands clean, Pakatan simultaneously declares it is against race-based policies. That is some juggling act, even for Anwar.

He should realise that voters want to be recognised as citizens, not as voting blocks.  Compare Pakatan's misguided approach to that of BN which enjoys more support among Indian voters. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has a huge 69 per cent approval rating among Indian voters, according to Merdeka Center.  Najib has implemented several initiatives for the community, including a micro-credit scheme for low-income Indian families. He has also attracted broad support across our multi-ethnic society for his 1Malaysia programme.  The Prime Minister is so effective because he doesn't treat the different races as mere voting blocks. Instead he encourages all communities to participate in the transformation of the nation. This approach works best in a multi-racial society such as ours.  Pakatan's latest attempt to play the race card while claiming to be above race-based politics, has convinced no one. In fact, Anwar's hypocritical approach could cost the Opposition dearly on polling day, as both Malay and Indian voters move away from Pakatan over its Chinese-centric policies

Could All Non-Chinese Please Leave DAP Now? ... We don't have to wait to see what DAP's election strategy will be. Secretary General Lim Guan Eng has been giving us a taste of it for months. He has accused Umno of taking a "taking a very racist and dangerous approach", he has accused the Deputy Prime Minister of being a defender of "Umno's racist agenda" and just this month he said Najib's 1Malaysia has been ripped apart by "extremist and racist supporters of UMNO". These were all Guan Eng's words so have you picked the common theme yet?

That's right; Guan Eng's first line of attack is always to accuse BN-Umno of being racist. He uses the word like it is his only line of political debate and the picture he paints is of his poor oppressed Chinese supporters being monstered by the roaring Umno beast.
It would be a truly frightening picture if it wasn't so dripping with hypocrisy. Because more than any party in Malaysia, Guan Eng's DAP is now emerging as anti-anyone who isn't Chinese. The latest example involves two DAP branch leaders who were sacked by the Johor branch last month. They were Taman Saga DAP branch chairman V. Thulasi Das and Murugan A. Kalliapan and they sacked because they dared to accuse the party of, you guessed it, racism.

They accused DAP chief Dr Boo Cheng Hau of being racist to Indian party members and more specifically of side-lining Indian DAP members in Johor and giving preferential treatment to Chinese constituents. Thulasi says such is the anger in his branch that he is now supporting BN and is taking 70 of his branch members with him. DAP is now so estranged from its Indian support base that it is hard to imagine it once held itself up as a multi-racial, multi-ethnic party. In the past 12 months Indian supporters have been the butt of racist jokes at a grassroots levels and at a leadership level we have seen Guan Eng sit back and let National Party Chairman Karpal Singh do all the dirty work.

This included waging war with Dr P Ramasamy and conducting the ceaseless battle with PAS over religious policies. If you want to see who is in charge in DAP just look at who does what at the party leadership level. And as The Choice reported just this week, there are many signs that Indian voters have had enough. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak now enjoys higher personal approval ratings among Indian voters than he does with Malays. Hindraf, which once gave Pakatan its unconditional support without question is now placing conditions on its support ahead of GE13. One of these conditions could be "please treat Indians better".

It's hard to take the idea seriously now but once upon a time DAP also styled itself as a party that appealed to Malays. That idea is laughable now. Any faint notion that it actually cared about Malay voters vanished with the departure of Malay elder statesman and former party Vice Chairman Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim. Hounded from the party for daring to suggest Bersih 3.0 would encourage lawbreaking (he was right) he immediately announced how hurt he felt and switched his allegiance to Umno.

That stunned Guan Eng into mouthing platitudes along the lines of "can't we make this relationship work?" It only proved that Guan Eng trying to be contrite is actually more painful to watch than Guan Eng the serial bigot we have all become used to. It's time for DAP to forget the false pretences and declare that it is a Chinese party, nothing less, and certainly nothing more. The way it portrays itself now could be considered false advertising.

In the meantime Guan Eng should stop using the "R" word. It might come back to haunt him.
BARISAN NASIONAL IS THE WORLD'S WORST MOST CRUEL MONSTER WHICH DESTROYED MALAYSIAN INDIANS AND REDUCED MOST OF THEM INTO THE MOST MARGINALISED, POOREST COMMUNITY BESIDES ORANG ASLI. PAKATAN RAKYAT WHICH CAME INTO PROMINENCE IN 12GE AFTER CAPTURING 5 STATES WITH HINDRAF AND MALAYSIAN INDIANS STRONGEST SUPPORT HAS BECOME BIG HEADED AND AT PRESENT CONCENTRATING IN GIVING ALMOST ALL BENEFITS TO THE MALAY COMMUNITY AND INDIAN COMMUNITY WHILE PLAYING POLITICAL DRAMAS WITH THE POOR INDIAN COMMUNITY. ALL THESE SHOWS THESE POLITICIANS ARE SELFISH, RACIST AND CARE FOR POWER ONLY. (Don't ever sell your golden votes for money, sundry goods and anything else).TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR THE INDIAN COMMUNITY TO REALISE THIS, SHOW THEIR POWER AND ONCE AGAIN THROW ITS 100% SUPPORT TO THE HINDRAF MAKKAL SKAKTHI AND ITS CHAIRMAN WAYTHAMOORTHY AS WELL AS AMBIGA AND KULASEGARAN OF DAP. The coming 13GE would be the last mile stone for the Indian community in safeguarding its remaining right, privileges and build up a better future for its young generation and future generation.

Indian Voters Dissatisfied With Pakatan Structure
The murmurings of discontent in the Indian community about Pakatan Rakyat are getting louder, but the Opposition coalition is unlikely to heed them as it has already given up on the Indian vote ahead of GE 13.

Thiruvengadam, who writes a column for a Tamil daily, said it was doubtful that any Indian currently holding a leadership position in any of the Pakatan parties would resign to join the new party. His advice to Young Power was that it should instead support a two-party system for the country. "Indians can benefit more via the two-party system since they are the third largest community in the country, which makes them an important deciding factor in the polls," he said. However, Young Power's proposal has the support of P Jenapala, the pro-tem president of the Indian Justice Party.

Jenapala, a former PKR deputy secretary, said he saw nothing wrong in Pakatan accepting an Indian-based party since the coalition includes PAS, which he described as a "one hundred per cent Malay-dominated party". He rejected the Pakatan claim that it is a coalition for all races.

"PAS will say, 'Let's go towards a better Malaysia as long as Muslims are supreme.' DAP will say, 'Malaysia for Malaysians as long as the Chinese are supreme.' And PKR is a Pakatan version of Umno upholding Malay supremacy," Jenapala said. He questioned why PAS, DAP and PKR were refusing to merge into one party if all three genuinely believed in multi-racialism. "To them, Indians are just the sambal belacan that they add to their food to make it tasty," he said. It's not surprising then that PKR has already acknowledged it expects to lose more than one-third of its Indian votes to Barisan Nasional (BN) in the coming polls.

In April, PKR strategy director Rafizi Ramli had admitted that MIC president Datuk Seri G Palanivel had worked hard to attract Indian voters. At the federal level too, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has implemented several initiatives for the Indian community, including a micro-credit scheme for low-income Indian families. He has also attracted broad support across our multi-ethnic society for his 1Malaysia programme.

As a result, Najib has a huge 69 per cent approval rating among Indian voters, according to Merdeka Center. No wonder the Opposition has given up on the Indian vote, with Pakatan leaders hoping they can make do with only Malay and Chinese votes. This complacency could cost the Opposition dearly on polling day.

After switching from BN to Pakatan, Indians remain frustrated
By Baradan Kuppusamy... - The cracks appearing in the Pakatan Rakyat especially among its Indian leadership in Selangor are symptoms of a larger malaise in the opposition coalition that can no longer be ignored. It also comes at a time when the PR is facing the crucial Kuala Terengganu by-election where although Indian voters number only about 500, the damage to the PR image would have an adverse impact. At the heart of the widening crisis is deep dissatisfaction among Indians, who woke up massively after a long slumber with the Nov 25 Hindraf protests last year, and despite wholehearted support, many do not feel they have benefited much from the Pakatan Rakyat victory.

The dissatisfaction is keenly felt by Indian leaders in the PR alliance, especially in PKR and DAP. Many of these leaders are not rank and file party members but former Indian NGO activists who had opposed UMNO/BN domination, and subsequently joined the PKR or DAP and were fielded as candidates in the March 8 general election.

PKR's Kapar MP S. Manikavasagam is a classic example – a person who graduated from street activism to PKR youth leadership and finally into parliament. Other NGO activists like Charles Santiago joined the DAP. Some others like Padang Serai MP M. Gobalakrishnan are ex-MIC. What they have in common is years of activism behind them, both in NGOs and during the reformasi period when PKR leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was jailed.

But now they are faced with ex-Umno people like Selangor MB Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim as their boss and are being told to shut up, toe the party line and keep quiet. It is the kind of subservient politics that had damaged BN component parties like the MIC, PPP and Gerakan – to keep quiet, toe the BN line, and put party interest over community interest. Political experts say the crisis in the Pakatan Rakyat in Selangor is really a clash between the old "Malay dominance" politics that has persisted and deep dissatisfaction among minority Indians that they have been sidelined despite ensuring a big win for the opposition on March 8.

"It is a majority minority conflict for the promised fairer re-distribution of resources...a promise not kept," said Dr denison Jayasooria, a Suhakam commissioner who previously headed a MIC think-tank. Although the BN was defeated and the Pakatan Rakyat took power and although political positions were distributed in a reasonably fair manner, Jayasooria says the old mode of "Malay dominance" politics persist. "Beyond symbolic gestures like making Ramasamy deputy chief minister (Penang deputy CM Prof Dr P. Ramasamy) and giving the Speakers post in Perak to an Indian, the larger Indian community as a whole has not benefited from the March 8 victory," he said.

"The issues of poverty, employment, scholarships and minimum wages - all issues close to minorities that were raised by MPs like Manikavasagam during the election campaign, remain unfulfilled," he said. Despite the rise of the Pakatan Rakyat, he said, the old political mode which saw Umno domination preventing minority access to services, as well as issues related to land and local authorities remain. It is an issue of political idealogy that permeates national politics, the civil service, media, the universities and is the dominant political culture of the country.

A mere change of government does not mean an immediate change in the dominant political culture, Dr Denison argued in explaining why there are persistent disputes between minorities and the majority in the Pakatan Rakyat ruled state governments.
While PR political leaders are able to meet and iron out differences as they crop up, the frustration felt at the local level is keen and not easily resolved. "We had expected better, we deserve better. But what we got is only marginally better than what the BN gave us," said T. Kannan, a senior DAP member, giving voice to Indian frustration with PKR in Selangor, a state which is home to 700,000 Indians, most of them living below the new income poverty line of RM1,500 a month.

"There is a lot of frustration in the Indian community that despite total mobilization for the opposition, the returns were negligible," he said. "They had high expectations, but they still struggle to make ends meet." "So naturally they demand to know why they have been sidelined," he said. The crisis needs resolution and the only solution, PR Indian leaders say, is an equitable power relationship between the dominant Malay agenda and minority components of Pakatan Rakyat. But it is easier said than done because there is a wide gap between minority and majority in the power distribution in the new set up as it was also in the old political order.

"Manikavasagam is a deputy PKR leader in Selangor but he complains he has no access to the Mentri Besar," Jayasooria said.
"Access is fundamental but Manikavasagam could not get access to his boss in his own party." "This shows that although he is reasonably high up in the party, he is treated as an outsider," Jayasooria said. "The dynamics of Malay dominance versus minority resistance is the same, the issues are the same. Only the players have changed. The name has changed but the game is the same," he said.

No Putrajaya For PR Without Total Indian Support
13th GE,Indians,Pakatan Rakyat... The consensus at the grassroots level is that the 13th GE won’t see a repeat of the 2008 political tsunami in Peninsular Malaysia despite the alternative media because the vital Hindraf Makkal Sakthi factor, representing the Indian underclass in particular, will be missing this time.

The reasons are aplenty.
Bersih under super duper rich lawyer Ambiga Sreenivasan won’t be able to help Pakatan Rakyat (PR), especially Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), compensate for the absence of Hindraf. Amibiga is no match whatsoever for Hindraf. She doesn’t represent the Indian underclass. She continues to get the support of the Chinese and Malays, the converted, for PR but the Indians, the crucial factor, is missing. Attacking Ambiga in racist terms is not going to make the Indians come rushing to her defence. Indraf, the new NGO, is a sick PKR joke just as Malaysian Makkal Sakthi was a desperate Umno joke.

In the same vein, ex-PR propagandist and fugitive blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin, currently held up by the Barisan Nasional (BN), has been labelled a “political clown” who’s full of himself. The bottomline is that people did not vote for PR in 2008. They voted against BN because of the bandwagon effect created by Hindraf Makkal Sakthi in Nov 2007 and mid-Feb 2008 and the alternative media playing it up. Only the Indians can bring down the BN in Peninsular Malaysia. If the Indians abstain, PKR will lose and BN will win by default and coupled with Sabah and Sarawak, BN will still form the Federal Government.

If the Indians vote against BN, even support from Sabah and Sarawak will not be enough to help BN to form the Federal Government. People in Sabah and Sarawak are under the mistaken impression that they can be King Makers. They are sadly mistaken.

Only the Indians can be King Makers or King Killers.
If Sabah and Sarawak are King Makers and King Killers, BN won’t continue to take them for granted as Fixed Deposit — think illegals — states. If Sabah and Sarawak want to be a factor in politics in the mainstream, they should join forces with the Indians as a 3rd Force. By themselves, they will be not in the political mainstream, and that’s why Umno continues to ignore them and take them for granted.

PR will never form the Federal Government if they don’t get the Indian community to vote against BN. Note that the Indians voting against BN is not the same as voting for PR. The Indians voted against BN the last time because of Hindraf and not MIC. By focusing on the Chinese and Malays, Anwar is merely preaching to the converted. Come the 13th GE, PR will at best hang on to its gains of 2008 in Peninsular Malaysia including Perak. At worst, PKR will lose all its seats outside Kuala Lumpur and in the five Opposition states of 2008 because of the Indians and maybe even the Malays.

The Chinese will be all out for PR, the Indians for Dap and Pas only.
The Indians will reject PKR as cast in the same mould as Umno and BN. Where PKR loses, it will be because Indians didn’t vote for them and where BN wins, it will be because the Indians didn’t vote against them (BN). In both cases, the Indians would have abstained from voting. The Chinese know that PKR is another Umno but think that the solution to that is to increase their numbers in the party.

If the Chinese are willing to do this with PKR, the Indians should adopt the same approach and give it time to get results for themselves. The Indians must remember that they can’t join Umno but PKR is open to them. At one time, Indians reportedly formed 40 per cent of the PKR membership but they left largely because of de facto party chief Anwar Ibrahim’s attitude to Hindraf. nfortunately, the Indians can only bring down the ruling party in the immediate future without themselves benefiting from the change. That’s why they left PKR.

It seems that the Indians are condemned to repeatedly bringing down the ruling party until the Chinese and Malays finally get the message that they (Indians) must be given their rightful place in the Malaysian sun or otherwise it will continue to undermine national security and thereby bring down and depress values — shares, property, currency etc — as investor and consumer confidence continues to be lacking. In Sabah and Sarawak, come the 13th GE, the BN will not be able to repeat its performance of 2008. There will be a mini political tsunami in Sabah and Sarawak as a delayed reaction to the 2008 political tsunami in Peninsular Malaysia.

PKR will be rejected in Sabah. The party, rightly or wrongly, has acquired the stigma of being against the Orang Asal (Natives) and rooting, overtly and covertly, for the illegal immigrants allegedly on the electoral rolls. Meanwhile, the longer the 13th GE is delayed, the less seats that Dap will win in Sabah. The 3rd Force, albeit small, will come into being in Sabah if not Sarawak but at the expense of BN and not PR. PR should work with the 3rd Force. It should not continue to belabour under the mistaken impression that the 3rd Force is its mortal enemy.

This is the same strategic mistake that they, especially PKR, has made with Hindraf Makkal Sakthi. ........ Again, it’s high time that PR accepted the fact that the people did not vote for them in 2008. They voted against BN and PR won by default. There’s no place in Sabah and Sarawak for PR and eventually for BN too. It’s better for BN and PR to focus on Peninsular Malaysia and leave Sabah and Sarawak alone. Sabah and Sarawak are 3rd Force and Hindraf Makkal Sakthi territory. Sabah and Sarawak, being in the underclass like the Orang Asli and the great majority of the Indians, Christians and other minorities, are crucial to Hindraf’s strategy to cut Umno down to size and prevent PKR from getting too big for its boots...... By: Joe Fernandez

It Will Be The End of Cassanova Lim Kit Siang & DAP Lim Dynasty in Labis. There are speculation that Lim Kit Siang may contest in Labis.DAP will only be SUPREME in most Chinese Majority area seats but so far their result in all the mix seats are not so convincing.

Lim Kit Siang must not forget that the Malays and Indian votes had gone back rapidly towards BN andJohor Chinese influence is just a none tested political assumption that it will really swing big towards PR. Even if Tsunami 2008 and the Sex Scandal can never bring down Labis then do Lim Kit Siang really think that he is even way bigger than Tsunami? DAP logo may be way much more popular than MCA at the current political scenario but in politics is not only about political party. It also include the candidate factor where Chua Tee Yong is proven to be a clean and young upcoming rising star in the political world. What issue does Lim Kit Siang have to bring down CTY ?

Another biggest factor that Lim Kit Siang may miscalculated if he plan to take this move is that politics is not only about sentiment , emotion , policy and issues. SERVICE to the constituency is 1 of the most important factor to determine the result of the election. The CHUA family had service the people in Labis for decades and so far Chua Tee Yong had been active in Labis almost every week to service his people over there.

What does it take as an outsider than never even service the people over there and worst when the DAP candidate that loses in LABIS never really work hard to continue service the people in Labis and then out of their sudden their warlord wishes to come power and take over the place?

If today Lim Kit Siang in a metaphor is a lover and a husband then he will be the most not secure man to be with. He will never stay with 1 wife or lover for a long time. When he needed to seduce a lover towards him he will go all out to that area and work hard and after he won over the hearts of the lover he will not even do his job well ( PEOPLE IN IPOH TIMUR KNOW HARDLY LIM KIT SIANG WAS IN IPOH TIMUR EVEN ONCE IN A MONTH TO SERVICE THE PEOPLE ONCE HE WON ). And worst this type of lover is having the playboy metaphor where will jump from 1 place to another place with proven track record because HE THINKS HE IS THE CASSANOVA THAT is that Romantic and Attractive to seduce any voters anywhere he wants .

Dearest Lim Kit Siang , sometimes the voters need SECURITY more than just a PERSONALITY ! If his ego really get over his head just to make a point that he is that almighty to bring down the son of a President then LKS may miscalculated his political move. If greed got over his head then he might end up losing more in this whole battle plan. No doubt 1 of the main reason that Pakatan Rakyat manage to capture PERAK in Mac 2008 beside the Tsunami Factor it was also due to Lim Kit Siang aura and charisma that give a political boast to the state.

If politically DAP is at their peak now and arrogance and greed of wanting more might harm them in the battle. The contest in PERAK for upcoming General Election is still a 50% 50% battle. Externally if Lim Kit Siang is willing to suicide for DAP/PR and trying to come over to Johor in order to capture Putrajaya then it will be a big gamble for Pakatan Rakyat. In the worst scenario Perak loses a Tiger and that Tiger fail to capture Johor. End up they will be losing 2 states because of their greed and hunger of power.

For internal DAP battle it may also be the beginning of an end for the LIM era in DAP. Anybody who stay closely with DAP internal politics they will know that Ngeh & Nga Kor Ming power in DAP is supreme and way much stronger than Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng. It was because so happen that the almighty Lim Kit Siang is in Perak therefore the influence of Ngeh & Nga can be minimize with his presence there. People in DAP know the Lim Dynasty that is controlling DAP now do not have the support from Selangor Teng Chang Khim , Melaka Goh Leng San , Johor Boo Cheng Hau and the Perak Ngeh and Nga.

Lim Guan Eng was lucky to bring in his own young force in KL ,Selangor and Penang to maintain his Secretary General position inside the party. But is this new generations of leaders in DAP rise from DAP grassroots ? Are the seasoned , experience and wise enough to face the old veteran generals inside DAP that is against Lim Guan Eng ? Even if Lim Kit Siang ambush Johor he will still fail to minimize the influence of local veteran DAP Johor General Boo Cheng Hau in Johor. And when that happens it will only give Ngeh & Nga more space andopportunity to expand their influence in Perak.

What if there one day all the Lim Dynasty internal political rivals team up? Teng Chang Khim from Selangor , Boo Cheng Hau from Johor , Ngeh & Nga from from Perak and Goh Leng San from Melaka ? The force of this 4 state in DAP is the strength of more than 70% of the total delegate that is powerful enough to bring down Lim Guan Eng as the Secretary General of DAP and that will be the end of LIM Dynasty.

So what even if in reality Lim Kit Siang manage to win a seat in Johor? For internal politics he will still fail to minimize Boo Cheng Hau strength in Johor and giving the opportunity for both Ngeh & Nga to expand their influence in Perak that will risk his own son LGE internal support and power inside the party. - SYA

It's time to form a Pakatan Rakyat Indian caucus to safeguard, strengthen and enhance the community's political bargaining power with the alliance. DAP's Bagan Dalam assemblyman A Tanasekharan said although Pakatan emphasised on multi-racial political agenda, it was imperative for ethnic Indian leaders and members to form the caucus to protect minority rights, interests and benefits.

"Indians in Pakatan are a minority in majority-dominated parties. We must build our bargaining strength by being united with one strong voice. This is not a racial concept against multi-racial agenda. "It's a necessity based on political realities," Tanasekharan told FMT here today. He said the caucus was vital to unite Indians into a collective single voice to safeguard and enhance the community's political and socio-economic rights and interests by large.

At present, he said Indian elected representatives were not moving as a single cohesive unit with "each moving and doing things on own way." He said the caucus can act as a pressure group to recommend pro-active policies and monitor their implementation for the community benefit. Several Indian NGOs yesterday called on the political coalition forming the next federal government to appoint a deputy prime minister and four cabinet ministers from the Indian community.

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An artist Anwar (Not Malaysian Politician)is mistaken for a terrorist and what follows is a mirror image of the present Indian condition. The main characters a rabble rousing minister two journalists trying to redeem their careers and in the process their lives a priest who wants to preserve the status quo and a senior police officer who wants desperately to leave this place but cannot unless he closes this case each try to engineer the situation to their benefit playing out their hopes and desires on Anwar. Through them and the stories involving them Anwar finds a pulsating love a love plastered against the throbbing canvas that is India.

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By Team Nambikei... The political landscape in Malaysia has been given a new spectrum with the emergence of Pakatan Rakyat. Existence of two levels of government, Barisan Nasional (BN) Federal government and Pakatan Rakyat (PR) government in 4 states, intertwined to manage the country and its people. This is the complex art of political cooperation between BN and PR politicians for the benefit of the rakyat. The new kid on the block, Pakatan Rakyat, has managed to capture the attention of many by prudently managing and operating their respective states. We could trace the recent financial standings and massive foreign investments which have made headlines. Let’s dissect the benefits of residence under Pakatan Rakyat government. Can we project their roadmap as a Federal government based on the initiatives undertaken in their respective states?

Every step undertaken by the government is calculated to achieve maximum leverage among the electorate or therakyat. Yet, we seem to occupy our daily coffee chatter with political slogans and crony chants. We never do discuss details of concrete measures being undertaken to uplift a community or the people at large by these governments. In Nambikei.com, we have listed various achievements and initiatives by the Barisan Nasional government. Let us for a change dwell into the various initiatives of the Pakatan Rakyat government.

Pakatan Rakyat – Peoples Power .... One can’t deny that the Pakatan Rakyat government came into being with the help of the Indian community. The chants of ‘Makkal Shakti’ echoing to the beat of Pakatan Rakyat are undeniable. How has the FDI’s coupled with low debt high income status of these states have benefitted the rakyat?

Free Water, Microcredit scheme and to the Death Bed
Literally, all aspects of a person’s livelihood are covered for the Selangor state dwellers. The state has pledged to continue with this effort as part of their steps to ‘People Friendly Economy’ (Merakyatkan Ekonomi Selangor). Firstly, up to 20m3 of water is provided free to all households in the state of Selangor. This was initiated on 1st June 2008 to present. It is reported that nearly 1.5 million residence of Selangor would benefit from this. Secondly, under the TAWAS scheme, the initial investment of RM100 by children of Selangor will be paid back with the sum of RM 1,500 when they reach the age of 18.

To cater to the education needs of the farming / estate community, the state has allocated RM2 million. This covers the ‘one-off’ scholarships and the building funds of Tamil schools in rural areas in Selangor. As for the development of rural and urban poor, the state has embarked on a micro-credit scheme. The goal is to increase the income of these people and elevate their quality of life. For the urban micro scheme, Loans up to RM 5,000 without interest being offered while for the rural poor, up to RM 3000 loans being offered without interest or guarantor.

Finally, upon reaching the ripe old age, one could rest easy in Selangor, as the funeral expenses are taken care of by the state. A sum of RM 2,500 will be given to any Selangor born citizens who are 60 year old and above. Many other good initiatives have been undertaken by the Selangor government as for the benefit of its rakyat. To know more please visit http://mes.selangor.gov.my/.

The Deep Impact .... One could decipher from the facts above, yes, the rakyat is being taken care of by the Pakatan Rakyat ruled state. The notion of how well the Indian community has benefitted from these initiatives is indeed unparalleled to other initiatives by other governments. Is that so? Could we compare? Or do we dare to compare?

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