Sunday, May 12, 2013

A Stern Word Of Advice For Anwar And Najib, Are You A Chameleon?

A stern word of advice or two for you Anwar!

Better listen to the voice of the people. Most are not in favour of Azmin as the MB of Selangor.

Just take a look at the comments here for example

We don't know the real reason (s) you have decided to stand by Azmin's side.

We don't care!

If you can't sort out the matter to the satisfaction of the voters who supported your party in Selangor, they will give you the boot the next time.

And you better do the right thing fast if you want the people to back you in the fight against BeEnd.

We are most disappointed that your lieutenant is constantly making sound bites against Khalid Ibrahim.

Whether you like it or not, if most Malaysians, especially the people of Selangor back Khalid Ibrahim, you better do the right thing or lose their support.

People are not idiots.

They don't care of party infighting or ambitions.

Keep your lieutenants leashed and don't wash dirty linen in public or else ask the dissatisfied and disgruntled to leave before Keadilan collapses and you lose the rakyat's support.

Don't do what Umno is perceived as good at doing - backstabbing each other for position and power.

The rakyat care only that you do what they voted you guys in for, period!


Ah Jib, we know that you are the Pm for all Malaysians. Can any Pm of the country afford not to be the Pm for all Malaysians?

You had said that too when you first took over from Badawi.

But you couldn't even take care of your political first born, the 1Malaysia child.

You allowed it to be strangled by all the incessant racist sound bites against the poor sod until it became maimed.

You even stood by your trusted deputy who delivered the first crippling blow to your first born.

And you even allowed those that stridently attacked the child, to stand as candidates in GE13,

Can we trust you again?

In the same breath that you re-pledged to be the Pm of and for all Malaysians, you, again, resorted to racial lines and took this unkind and unbecoming and utterly unjustified racist line against DAP

Can we truly believe in you?

They say that a leopard cannot change its spots. If it does, it is not the same animal.

Are you a chameleon?

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