Tuesday, May 21, 2013

What Has Got Into The Head Of Zahid Hamidi?

What's got into the head of Zahid Hamidi?

This man has not even warmed up the seat at the Home Ministry and he is already so full of anger, and a little more than desperate?

Telling Malaysians who are not happy with the results of GE13 and the country's electoral system to go leave the country!

Let him be reminded that although Malaysians are not too happy with the first past the post system, it is the unfair constituency delineations that favour the ruling coalition that is the bone of contention.

How else, for example, can you justify a constituency like Putrajaya of about 13,000 getting to vote an MP and other constituencies some of which may be as large as ten times bigger in terms of the number of constituents also entitled to elect only one MP?

Have you hear of the "G" word? Just in case you have been burying your head in the sand all these years (very conveniently, it seems) the "G" word is "Gerrymandering"

It is a beautiful word. Music to the ears. But a monster not doubt, that has meant that even though you guys won on a minority vote you get to form the Federal government.

Don't you feel ashamed of yourselves that despite only representing the minority voice, you speak like you command the majority?

Have some decency at least, not to tell the majority to leave!

The country certainly does not belong to Anwar's father. And it just as surely does not belong to your grandfather.

That was precisely what Anwar Ibrahim was trying to tell you.

If you had not been busy trying to chase out Malaysians who do not agree with you on the GE13 results and the less than blameless first past the post system we practise, you would have heard what Anwar, and the majority Malaysians who did not vote for you and BN, were trying to drum into your blockhead!

The majority Malaysians who had not voted for you and BN are not happy with the GE13 results because they believe that the election had  been stolen from them by cheating at the polls.

That does not mean that they reject the country. So, why have you been so strident in your call for them to emigrate if they are not happy?

Do you have something to hide?

Were the allegations of massive cheating at the polls, including the use of foreigners to vote, true after all?

If so, it is you and the 47% minority guys who should be leaving the country in shame.

Not the 52% majority who had not voted for you and BN!

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