Monday, May 13, 2013

What Is The Honourable Thing Najib Should Do?

What is the honourable thing Pm Najib should do in the aftermath of the contentious GE13 results?

BN won on a minority vote, yet they get to form the Federal government.

Najib should just be grateful and not try to blame the Chinese for his miserable position.

It is totally hypocritical of Najib to reaffirm that he is the Pm of and for all Malaysians and still resort to the age old racial card to justify a poor performance at the polls.

We see that as you (Najib) trying to cover up the fact that you have lost the Malay votes too, and by diverting the issue, and blaming your coalition's poor performance at the polls on the Chinese, you hope to save your own skin.

That would be the most irresponsible thing for a leader to do.

You don't try to save your own skin by excoriating the nation's.

Winning on a minority vote and yet being able to hold the rein of Federal power is itself an anomaly that on moral ground alone, nobody in his right sense can feel proud about or of, let alone that minority "win" gained on the back of allegations of cheating at the polls.

I have always thought that in a democracy, the voice of the majority is king, not a poor bridesmaid.

Further, in a democracy a citizen can vote whom he wants.

Please, don't tell us that you believe in the donggeng (fable) that Umno/BeEnd is democracy itself and to vote for someone else is to vote against democracy?

If not, stop blaming the Chinese or anybody else. Who they voted for or how they voted, is not of your business.

Your business was to have shown us why we should have had given our votes to you.

And if we didn't, that was also our constitutional right.

And your prerogative to retire or balik kampung (go back to your village) as the Malays say.

Or do whatever you want.

The honourable thing to do in the circumstance where you have won on a minority vote and there are doubts as to the polls results, and the opposition do not recognise the outcome, is to call for re-elections to put a end to any doubt that you had not won legitimately.

That would be, and is, the most honourable thing you could do, Sir!

Malaysia Chronicle: Anwar Speaking At the Black 505 Rally In Ipoh


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Look at the video below of the crowds at the Black 505 Rally in Penang May, 11. They are patriotic Malaysians and many of them are Chinese too


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