Monday, March 26, 2012

Kit Siang Confirmed Witch-Hunting Pakatan's Priority

Hantu Laut

As I have predicted in my earlier post Pakatan will be busy witch-hunting when they take power.

Here , straight from the horse's mouth, Lim Kit Siang confirmed they will probe AG Ghani Patail and former IGP Musa Hassan for abuse of power and corruptions.

Good luck Pakatan, the big "IF" you can take Putrajaya?

Don't forget Sabah and Sarawak will kick your arse so hard you wouldn't know where it's coming from.

One consolation, if it makes you feel better, your DAP will gain some Chinese seats in Sabah and Sarawak, but not enough to dethrone BN.


Anonymous said...

That is what the rakyat expects to be done.
Investigate all cronies and ministers, their families and proxies to recover the billions stolen by these soon to be kicked out ministers and cronies.
Cowgate, tollgate, sugargate,masgate,feldagate,railwaygate, icaregate, ihomegate,telecomgate,tenagagate,klanggate pkfz gate,shahalam hospitalgate,missingfundsgate,tendergate etc till my fingers are wornout

vinnan said...

Pre 2008 GE you UMNO people and your dogs would have laughed off Lim Kit Siang as some demented Chinapek. Now you people are actually worried about being prosecuted for all your 'Ketuanan' inspired robbery and rape of Malaysia. How the times have changed.

Purple Haze said...

By your own hand, you have acknowledged that the DAP will win some seats in Sabah and Sarawak.

I think the question is not whether they can detrhone BN but the fact that the DAP s likely to win some seats in Sabah & Sarawak indicates that they are relevant to some of the populace.

In fact, if you take the number of votes in the previous GE 2008, you may find that the BN's "popularity" is not so popular after all.

However, the past GE is no indication of what the future will bring but you have already indicated that the DAP wil remain relevant.

It doesn't matter to me which coalition wins the next GE. It is more important that the rakyat's money is spent wisely and our institutions act fairly and are accountable for their actions.

In the case of the AG and ex-IGP, if they have nothing to hide, they should welcome it.