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SPR, Please Explain This!


Dear Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Hj. Ab. Rashid Bin Ab. Rahman,

You as Chairman Election Commission of Malaysia, please explain this.

1. Vote in TUDM Butterworth as postal vote.

2. Then go back to Tumpat, Kelantan to vote again! Hurray!!!!!

Same name, same year of birth, same father’s name but different voting place? So he vote through postal vote and the vote will be sent to Tasik Gelugor, Pulau Pinang and then make a trip to go back to Tumpat, Kelantan to vote again? How fantastic!! Malaysia Truly Asia, Malaysia Boleh!

Updated 5.04pm :

I did a search to see if anybody posted on this before. Interesting, I found this blog here. I grabbed the photo from the site for all to see.

Okay, now if you see both pictures, the pictures I posted earlier I captured today from the latest SPR electoral roll website. It is in the latest format used by SPR to show the voter’s details. Then, the pictures above were captured sometime last year, and the details of the voter were shown in an older format. Do you notice that, comparing the latest format and and previous one, what is the difference? Yes! In the old format, SPR put ‘Tarikh Lahir’ but in the latest format only ‘Tahun Lahir’ is shown!!

Why SPR do this? (Change of format). I can only think of one reason. Say if anybody arguing on the identity of the voter using the current format, SPR easily can say ‘Well, maybe there are two different persons with same name but born in the same year. Possible right?’ But, referring to the old format, it it very unlikely for a person with the same name will be born on the very same day at two different locations??? Now, that’s Malaysia for you. 🙂

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25 Responses to “SPR, Please Explain This!”

  1. Joanne Yeow wrote on Feb 20, 2008 at 5:02 pm

    Identity Card Number also different … and that bugger’s just boasted to the entire world that he’s proud of having finally clean up the electoral lists.
    Malaysia’s first in the world with so many voting citizens of the same name!!! Hurray!!

    –> Somehow they always able to come up with some funny answers and then case closed. Malaysians living happily ever after. Hurray!!

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  2. wong wrote on Feb 20, 2008 at 5:24 pm

    Or should we say he is vote-addicted? 😆 Yeah, IC card different, you cannot do anything also ma…

    –> My friend, the first one is not an Identity Card (IC) number. The first one is the Army Identity Card. It is different from normal identity card. Police and army both have it. It is an identification for them, should not be confused with Normal Identity Card. Army identify themselves using Army Identity Card, and they used it for postal voting. (I guess?) So if you join army or police, you will have two identity cards. Can vote two times!!! 🙂

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  3. pablopabla wrote on Feb 20, 2008 at 5:30 pm

    That T719756 identity denotes Tentera, I think. So, my guess is that he gets two votes. One as a postal voter by virtue of being in the Army and another for his citizen’s vote. I wanna join the Army also liddat.

    –> Yes, I just explained it to Wongpk 🙂 T – Tentera. You are correct, correct correct!

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  4. pablopabla wrote on Feb 20, 2008 at 5:52 pm

    You were right on the pom, pom, pom!

    –> really? i don’t remember.

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  5. Brian wrote on Feb 20, 2008 at 6:20 pm

    i guess any malaysian who wants to vote for the opposition should also join the army then?

    perhaps for 50 bucks i could be a general???

    –> you should apply now dude. then remember to vote for opposition

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  6. moo_t wrote on Feb 20, 2008 at 6:29 pm

    That’s why SPR dare not to allow any IT AUDIT on the database.

    All this info can found within MINUTES using data warehousing data cleanup technique.

    Just download minimal info from National registration department database, I think the result can be match in 5 minutes, using a RM10,000 servers. I afraid the checking might busted millions of such phantom.

    –> You are right. Why SPR never carry out any IT audit on the database? It is not a very hard thing to do right? Obviously SPR has something to hide. Thanks for dropping by man! 🙂

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  7. yh wrote on Feb 20, 2008 at 11:02 pm

    the shit ra-shit bullshit that there is no rigging. this is daylight cheating. shit him.
    yeh, serve him right when his photo was torn to pieces. only regret, the torn pieces were not used to wrap soiled diapers. what a shit CHEATER.

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  8. Maverick SM wrote on Feb 20, 2008 at 11:17 pm

    Bongkersz,

    It is great information. We should try to find out more of these phantoms and inform the public about it. We then hope the Election Watchdog organizations will take up this issue with the Agong and get the SPR audited.

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  9. Bengbeng wrote on Feb 20, 2008 at 11:23 pm

    this can be happening in our country? oh gosh

    –> everything is possible bengbeng in bolehland 🙂

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  10. melbie wrote on Feb 20, 2008 at 11:44 pm

    shall I pray that this election be over as soon as possible so that bongkersz will go back to his old self without the politics? hahaha … j/k .. good info, didn’t know this myself :p

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  11. kimol wrote on Feb 26, 2008 at 3:45 pm

    Don’t u know Malay is the cheater, uncivilized creature that pretend to be a ruler… that make Malaysia wonderful!

    –> not every malay is a cheater, not every chinese is corrupted and not every indian is violent. one’s behaviour has nothing to do with his/her race. you are threading on dangerous ground my friend. you are not making Malaysia a better place to live with that kind of comment. I should delete your comment, but I leave it for the rest to respond, to be fair to you 🙂

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  12. kimol wrote on Feb 26, 2008 at 3:49 pm

    and…. Barisan National is dominanted by who? Don be cheated this round. Open your eye and CROSS wisely. Have to know that UMNO == Malay.

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  13. kimol wrote on Feb 26, 2008 at 3:52 pm

    as UMNO said, Chinese is corruption maker, Indian is family voilence maker. So, happen to Malay is the cheater!

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  14. kitty4896 wrote on Feb 27, 2008 at 12:14 am

    More phantom voters…

    801018775059
    800311086231
    811028045577
    830416610017
    841207065917
    851222740019
    850513106435
    851117106729
    850802106378
    850916086838
    860320145365
    861101105077
    860208145701
    860320145357
    861217145011
    860126145839
    870914105781
    870418105790
    871016146308
    881231100432
    881103750027
    880505066047
    880906087033
    881030136332
    891102740096
    891129740088
    890520610089
    890112146416
    890920076065
    890403615016
    910609755079
    920622710069

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  15. decypher wrote on Feb 28, 2008 at 10:38 am

    We have to push the rakyat to draw kartun in the boxes to express their protest against the SPR!

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  16. overfiend wrote on Feb 28, 2008 at 4:58 pm

    to decypher

    thats what they want you to do. they want you to do that so that they stay in power. of you want to vote. vote for soemthing else other than BN. that is how we show our discontent

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  17. rinoa wrote on Feb 29, 2008 at 2:05 pm

    MAYBE becos the system itself cannot detect the mistake

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  18. NoktahHitam wrote on Mar 1, 2008 at 6:08 am

    the same guy to VOTE for 2 places??? Can I register myself to vote for every seat in Malaysia? *insult*

    Its either they lack of man power or they have crap IT personnels.

    –> hmm, maybe they do it on purpose?

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  19. decypher wrote on Mar 5, 2008 at 4:37 am

    to overfiend : point taken. no more cartoons from me.

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  20. Broken wrote on Mar 5, 2008 at 7:45 pm

    It seen that someone is lying!

    What a shame!!

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  21. ray wrote on Mar 6, 2008 at 11:10 am

    damn it, i registered last year nov/dec timeframe and yet not able to vote, but these kind of voters exists!!!!

    goddamnit
    fuck them

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