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SPR, Please Explain This! (Part 2)


The more you dig, the more shits you get. Why? Well, because I got NTBD (nothing better to do), I did a google search on ‘phantom voters’. It seems like many bloggers already blogged about this issue before. (Well I pimped my previous post from another blogger as well.) But note this, most of them blogged about this before this announcement came out. From The Star Online :

Wednesday January 9, 2008

EC : Electoral roll all clean now

“KOTA KINABALU: The Election Commission is confident that the electoral roll is now free of dubious voters

Commission chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rahman Abdul Rashid said his office had deleted from the rolls thousands of names of non-citizens and people who had died. 

Detailed cross-checking of voters’ names with the National Registration Department should result  in “phantom voters” being removed from the rolls, he said after opening a two-day briefing here for civil servants involved in assisting in the next general election. “

Read more here.

Kickdefella blogged about phantom voters here on November 30, 2007. Another blogger also blogged about it here (he/she sourced it from Kickdefella).

So on January 9th, 2008, EC Chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rahman Abdul Rashid confidently said EC already cleaned up the electoral. Should we believe him? I cross-checked the names listed in the post by Kickdefella with the latest electoral (gazetted on 5th February 2008), and I got this :

91 years old?

92 years old!

103 years old! (We are so close to break Guiness World Record, for world’s oldest person alive now is now 114 years old and the world’s longest ever living person at 122 years old)

Out of the five dubious voters previously listed in Kickdefella’s blog, three of them still appeared in the electoral roll! Well, maybe they just age gracefully, and still kicking ass, ready to vote for the next coming election! Just give our very efficient, clean, fair and transparent Election Commision the benefit of doubt, shall we? 🙂

So, voters that will vote at Sekolah Kebangsaan Khir Johari (Bakar Arang, Sungai Petani), Maktab Sultan Abu Bakar (Rinting, Johor) and Sekolah Kebangsaan Pasir Gudang 2 (Permas, Pasir Gudang) please watch out for these geriatrics ya! 😀 Biar tua, selagi nyawa dikandung badan, kita akan tetap mengundi!!!! (Age is not a problem, if still alive, we will still vote!!!) Shame on you young people that will not vote this coming election out there!! ROFLMAO!!

Updated 21/02/2008 10.50pm :

Hamzah, this is special for you. Send my regards to your grandfather by the way. Good to know he is still strong and kicking! Semoga Tuhan panjangkan lagi umurnya 🙂

Born in 1896, now should be 112 years old. Get his ass ready in line for the Guiness Book of Record next world’s oldest person.

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7 Responses to “SPR, Please Explain This! (Part 2)”

  1. zewt wrote on Feb 21, 2008 at 7:06 am

    fuck man… this is gettng too much… they are really going all out to ensure victory eh? i also read in one blog about how he has been asked to vote in some god forsaken country… linked that in my blog.

    –> yeah man! i read the one at your blog too. damn, they are going to get away from this!!????? tak puas hati lah!

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  2. abi wrote on Feb 21, 2008 at 10:07 am

    Its mental innit? Makes you wonder, wats the point of running a election in the first place? if this crap is happening!?

    –> we asked for electoral audit, we asked for change but they treated us with water cannons, tear gas. well, the election is there to put them in office so they can keep on plundering the country.

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  3. oA wrote on Feb 21, 2008 at 10:33 am

    can someone who live close to those areas indicated, make a surveilance if those guys are still alive as a mean to confirm that spr is still lying to the people????

    once a liar always a liar …
    cos old habits die hard.

    –> yeah, anybody out there reading this staying nearby that area? please help to say hi to these old folks. 😀

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  4. hamzah wrote on Feb 21, 2008 at 2:44 pm

    hello, my grandfather is 93 years old and he is alive and kicking!

    so no surprises here unless they can prove these people doesn’t exist or already dead!

    –> good to hear that hamzah. of course we couldn’t prove it, but we can ask questions right? well if i have the time and money maybe i will give them a visit to check if they are still alive and kicking? 😛

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  5. chezzy cheese wrote on Feb 21, 2008 at 4:08 pm

    yup yup.. i already know this story since last year, it’s really memalukan ok..

    –> mana nak taruk muka jadi rakyat malaysia ni, yanz?

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  6. moo_t wrote on Feb 21, 2008 at 10:16 pm

    hamzah,
    Grats to your grandfather. Our concern are “mirror twin” senior citizen you didn’t know.

    Do you care to have another “mirror” grandfather that IC “looks like your grandfather, sound like your grandfather, but is it your grandfather?

    😉

    –> lingam lagi! haha!

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  7. Kok wrote on Feb 22, 2008 at 2:39 am

    bongkersz,
    Try search some name again. Who knows you can find someone with age 9999? Haha! *System konk-ed*

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