Sabah stirs (Video)

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This was the scene in Tawau this evening. Looks like people are beginning to join the movement for change over there.

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allen

Hope the message went to all those serving in the arm forces from Sabah,,and Sarawak Those postal votes r dangerous.

bigjoe99

I am more strucked by the photo of Malaysian Insider the thin crowd of Shahrir Samad in Johor – the man stood AGAINST UMNO/BN and won..Now he can’t hold up against PR?

barney

PAKATAN RAKYAAT ROCKS!!!! PUTRAJAYA WILL BE OURS FOR THE PEOPLE AND BY THE PEOPLE, COME 5513 THE CROOKS WILL HAVE TO VACATE THE ILLEGAL OCCUPATION OF PUTRAJAYA AS IT RIGHTFULLY BELONGS TO THE CITIZENS OF MALAYSIA. LONG LIVE PAKATAN RAKYAATTTTTTTTTTTTT!

Surindren

There is nothing that riles me more than UMNO/BN candidates accusing the opposition of the very things that UMNO/BN are guilty of for eg. making Malays hate the Chinese and Indians and vice versa. After all who is responsible for screening Tanda Putera? Who is responsible for threatening the rakyat with a recurrence of May 13 should the opposition win the elections? There is so much hypocrisy in BN/UMNO that one does not believe them any more. To call them liars is an understatement. Down with BN/UMNO in GE 13!

bigjoe99

In Sarawak by-election, we saw the same kind of crowd but Taib held on quite well. Sabah is a different animal and if Pakatan was as cohesive as in Sarawak, Sabah could be taken but Sabahan local politician are a bunch of … which is partly why Sabah got screwed as bad as they have been under UMNO/BN… There is no doubt the urban centers will move with Pakatan in peninsula. After all Inikaliah is really THEIR INVENTION. BUT even the semi-urban areas, it warlords politics and won’t be enough to take over Sabah. 4/5 seats is for sure. 10/12… Read more »

Kevin

Exactly how I feel. Pakatan has to realise that the real battle is in the rural and semi rural areas. If they can get a crowd like that in a rural area I will agree that PR has a shot at power. You are also right about the 4-5 cornered fights in Sabah and Sarawak. What is PR thinking? Do they not have brains? They can’t even beat BN when it is a one to one fight, how do they expect to even stand a chance when 3 or 4 opposition parties are in the battle against BN? Somebody with… Read more »

Yang

The problem is the 4 – 5 corner fight in most of the seats

Lawan Tetap Lawan

There never was a scene like this in the history of Sabah politics. Ini Kaalilah!