Wednesday, May 25, 2016

There Is A Lot Of Political Silliness Lately

I  don't understand the ho-ha over Anwar's 'secret' missive cautioning the opposition on its collaboration with Mahathir on the People's Declaration.

Mahathir's agenda is to get rid of Najib as the Pm and saving dUMNo.

But why would Bolehlanders want to save dUMNo?

The country wants a complete change. With dUMNo still around running the country, what hope does that represent?

If Najib is forced to step down and dUMNo is still in power, that won't mean anything.

Anyone who takes over the dUMNo leadership will be so shackled by its politics that he will be powerless to bring about any meaningful changes to the country even if he wanted to.

No doubt he will promise the moon and that would be enough to persuade the gullible voters to return dUMNo to power and then it will be back to the status quo.

With the hated Najib still in power heading the next general election, at least there is a chance that dUMNo will be voted out and consigned to the dustbin of history.

Therefore, the so-called 'People's Declaration' calling for Najib to step down is quite irrelevant.

I also don't understand why the opposition, especially PKR , think that they have to persuade Pas to co-operate in the Kuala Kangsar and Sungei Besar by-elections by each contesting in one.

Pas is no longer part of the opposition coalition! Pas is now lovey-dovey bedfellows withe dUMNo! PKR needs to wake up or get lost!

Pakatan should just field their own candidates in both the Kuala Kangsar and Sungei Besar by-elections.

If you leave one for Pas to contest and you take the other, a victory for Pas does not mean a victory for the opposition. A victory for Pas means a victory for dUMNo because they are bedfellows! A victory for dUMNo is a victory for dUMNo! Either way, you lose!

It is also silly to conclude that Anwar's 'secret' missive means that he is now ganging up with Najib to fight off Mahathir.

Anwar was not born yesterday or the day before! I don't think Anwar has gone mad or senile or naive. To gang up with Najib now would be committing political sodomy and hara-kiri.

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