Saturday, June 29, 2013

BN Will Lose The Next Elections ?



Hantu Laut

Anwar say he is firm in opposing electoral fraud, corruption and racism.

It's about time someone tell this man, in no uncertain term, to stop  his charade and call a mea culpa, smoke a peace pipe, or be a gentleman and accept defeat graciously.

I agree,  everything of what he said is true, there was corruption , there was racism and there was some cheating in the elections, but not the way he portrays them. He was very much involved in all three.

Corruption is nothing new, rampant since his time in UMNO and electoral fraud is twiddling with the electoral boundaries, which he never complained before when he was riding high in UMNO, everything was hunky-dory then, not forgetting he was also charged and found guilty of corruption. The court only overturned his sodomy sentence. 

Gerrymandering is not an election offence. The electoral boundaries need to be redrawn every eight years and Malaysia's population in rural areas are sparsely distributed making equitable distribution of voters per constituency the same as urban areas impractical and a logistical nightmare.

Racism ? Yeah, it is more DAP's 'piece de resistance' 

Why I say racism is DAP's forte?

There are lots of Chinese chauvinism in DAP. The Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Selangor and Gelang Patah are showcases of Chinese chauvinism. Former Johor MB Ghani Othman would have won if just 15% of Chinese voters had voted for him.

DAP has grown from a 'mosquito party' into the second largest political party in this country on the ground of solid Chinese supports, a Chinese tsunami is not a overstatement, without which it will never have achieved its present status. 

DAP leaders are more sophisticated, clever and subtle with their political campaign to woo the Chinese, unlike the crudely fashioned 'rough and tumble' ways of UMNO leaders, uncouth, unpolished and very unMalay.

Homogeneity, runs in the Chinese blood when their common interests at stake. The same can be said of all races, when the chips are down, they flocked together.

Ha! The Malays, will they ever learn? They are split three ways, the educated urban Malays (the self-indulging highbrow), the rabble rural Malays (the simple kampong folks) and the Islamist Malays ( who want to be more Arabs than Malays)

UMNO, has certainly failed, otherwise, the Malays won't be so divided. The Malays who can think independently feel they have been played out by their own kin.

Unless, Najib carry out drastic changes in his party and government, stop all nonsense of rewarding UMNO warlords with government largesse (the people's money), reduce corruption and appoint capable people to key positions based on merit rather than cronyism and nepotism, BN will lose the next elections if there is no radical change made between now and the next general elections. 

BN have lost the popular votes, which is a clear indication that worse is to come.

Changes that the people wanted, not what UMNO wanted.  


More to come.


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

excellent comments. couldn't have been said better. kudos to u. i m a BN/UMNO supporter but i c a very worrying trend now, ie. the support is slipping to the 'lowest level'. something radical/drastic ought to be done to reverse this trend. otherwise, come PRU 14, BN/UMNO will be in serious trouble

Purple Haze said...

The tabling of the religious conversion bill has created a division within BN's coalition partners.

A leader of one of the parties said that it goes against the spirit of 1Malaysia and even intimated that he has asked for the bill to be withdrawn from the Cabinet papers for proposal some months ago.

Looks like minor partners have no say in BN. UMNO gets want UMNO wants ... to the great regret of the rakyat of Malaysia.

Do our law-makers know what harm they are doing to people's lives with this proposed legislation ?

No wonder the BN only won 47%. Next round could be worse.