BN-You speak for the minority #1

Amidst all the post-election recriminations, finger-pointing and charges of electoral misconduct and fraud, let’s remember the single most important point: BN is not supported by the majority of Malaysians. It is a domineering minority which cannot claim to speak for us.

BN speaks for minority infographic (Part 1)

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[1] Gross distortions in Malaysia’s voting system. Available at

[2] One rural vote worth six urban ballots, favours BN, analysts say. Available at

[3] Special thanks to our reader James Chong for the calculations. His full analysis of the GE-13 result:

[4] Poll observers: GE13 unfair, partially free. Available at

[5] Manipulating the news: A public disservice. Available at

[6] 60,000 dubious voters gave Sabah BN victory. Available at

[7] Rapprochement tough after BN’s ‘divisive’ campaign, says The Economist. Available at

[8] Disturbing questions surrounding GE13 polling. Available at


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