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Monday, October 29, 2012

Ini Kalilah!






T. Adnan Mansor is the UMNO secretary General. What’s the T for?  If memory serves me sufficiently, a certain reptilian with a prefix T has become extinct. The same fate awaits T Adnan’s party come the next GE.

Clearly he is relishing his role as the court jester in Najib’s court. He comes up with the most bizarre of claims when the King is depressed. Judging from the high frequency of incredible claims issuing forth from the office of this chief court jester, the king must be suffering from frequent bouts of depression.

He says BN expects to win more than the 140 federal seats it took in the Elections of 2008. He is quoting trusted Government sources. Ah ha. Now, pray tell- can government sources tell us otherwise- that BN will lose? That would be doing an Anwar Blackeye- a self-inflicted wound. What exactly are government sources? Intelligence report? Reports from Kemas, Jasa or from something originating from Rais Yatim?  If from Rais Yatim- that would be understandable. He is never known to be numeric.

Despite admitting to the possibility of losing 6 seats in Sabah and 7 seats in Sarawak, BN says it can get more than 140 parliamentary seats?

If BN loses 13 seats in East Malaysia, PR will be getting 122 seats to BN’s 22. How so? Because in Peninsula Malaysia, PR is set to win 109 seats.  With Ibrahim Menudin set to win in Labuan, PR has 110 seats already.

What T Adnan dares not reveal is that, BN can lose up to 12 seats in Sabah and up to 13 seats in Sarawak, making a total loss of 25 seats from the East Malaysian states.

Now sit back and enjoy the horror story of BN being reduced to a party with 87 seats.  Not possible? Let’s educate T Adnan with some mathematics.

Group 1: The Northern States.

no
state
PR
BN
Total
1
Perlis
1
2
3
2
Penang
12
2
14
3
Kedah
12
3
15
4
Perak
17
7
24


42
14
56

Look at the 4 northern states. Out of 56 seats, PR wins 42 and BN wins 14.

Group 2: the west coast states.


State
PR
BN
total
5
Selangor
20
2
22
6
Negeri Sembilan
4
4
8
7
Melaka
2
3
5
8
Johor
9
17
26


35
26
61

PR wins the west coast states with 35 seats to BN’s 26.

Group 3: The East Coast States.

no
state
PR
BN
TOTAL
9
Kelantan
13
1
14
10
Terengganu
4
4
8
11
Pahang
5
9
14


22
14
36

Out of the 36 parliamentary seats in the East Coast states, PR can win 22 to BN 14.

The New Territories.

no
constituency
PR
BN
TOTAL
1
WP
10
1
11
2
Putrajaya
0
1
1
3
Labuan
1
0
1


11
2
13

PR has already won 110 seats not including those from Sabah and Sarawak. Like the Sabahans say- ini kalilah!

Ini Kalilah is heard loudly across the whole country.

Posted by sakmongkol AK47

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