The Bukit Selambau battle has indeed turned messy with the possibility of more people jumping into bandwagon as independent candidate. As the Indian voters made up of close to 30% of this state constituency, their votes can be consider crucial in determining the outcome of this coming by-election. But what good is this when their votes are going to be split with the inclusion of these independent candidates? That's what MIC want and what BN hope for. And when this happens, the Chinese and the Malay votes would eventually turn out to be more crucial in determining the outcome of this by-election. Thus making the Indian votes more or less insignificant. Dear Hindraf brothers and sisters, do you all want this to happen? True that Anwar refused to listen to Hindraf and field his choice of candidate. For that, we will deal with him later on. But right now, our common enemy is BN and our Fight shall be with BN. Before all of you make a hasty decision, please reassess your strength base on the assumption that all Indian voters vote in favor of Hindraf candidate. What is the chance of Hindraf winning this by-election? Please bear in mind that this contest is not a one-to-one fight. Don't get me wrong here. I fully support the Hindraf cause and I totally recognize Hindraf Movement's contribution towards the Wind of Change that is still blowing strongly throughout the country. A big statement was made then. But this is not about making a statement again. This is about dealing with a common enemy. Maybe Anwar has become a new enemy for not entertaining to Hindraf's request. If Hindraf wants to deal with Anwar, then by all means, throw your support behind MIC and make sure PR loses this by-election. Fielding your own candidate would be meaningless in this case. Take your pick. Who is your worst enemy? Just Do It Right! I say we deal with BN first. Makkal Sakthi!
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