Monday, April 25, 2011

Sour Grapes and Sore Losers - The Anwar Ibrahim's Story

Hantu Laut

Remember Aesop's 'The Fox and the Grapes'?

Driven by hunger, a fox tried to reach some grapes hanging high on the vine but was unable to reach it, although he leaped with all his strength.As he went away the fox remarked "Oh, you aren't even ripe yet! I don't need any sour grapes"

Pride is a terrible failing. Blame others for your own miserable shortcoming.Cook, fabricate or manufacture anything to divert blame to others.Do it often and people will start doubting your integrity and moral values.

Same old excuse for his own failing.

Electoral frauds!

This time the bus loads of phantom voters seemed to be missing or did they come by boats unnoticed by PKR foot soldiers? Maybe, the West Malaysian PKR soldiers sent over there were only told to watch out for buses but not boats.

Sarawak is known for its many rivers and river transportations.Most rural areas are only accessible by boats.

The BN must be really stupid, don't even know how to cheat properly.Only cheated in PKR areas.How come they did not cheat in
DAP contested constituencies? DAP won 80% of the seats contested.PKR, on the other hand won less than 10% of the seat contested.

Have you ever heard Anwar said "Let us do a post mortem where have we gone wrong, why are the people not giving us the same support as they gave the DAP" or something to that extent?

Has this man ever blamed himself or his party workers or his candidates for any of PKR's bad electoral outings?

Check the records. It was always BN and the Election Commission deeply involved in fraud and outright cheating.

KUCHING: De facto PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim has accused the Election Commission (EC) of fraudulent practices in conducting the recently concluded state election in Sarawak.

“The process was clearly full of fraudulence. Take the case of the Senadin seat where the Barisan Nasional won by 58 votes and the EC refused a recount. This is unheard of in the country,” he said.

“Azmin Ali (PKR deputy president and party election director) is unwell, otherwise he could testify how he had to negotiate every step of the way to get the names of the counting agents.

“The EC wanted to know where the names came from. Before, no such questions were asked,” said Anwar, pointing out that the EC officials made things difficult for the opposition.

He said the timing and voting for postal votes also worked against the opposition.

On the coming parliamentary election, the opposition leader said that PKR and Pakatan Rakyat had learnt a lot from the state election.

“We will not allow the Barisan Nasional (BN) to cheat as it did in the Sarawak election. We will insist on international teams to monitor our election.Read more.

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