Saturday, June 1, 2013

Time On Whose Side?

Hantu Laut

I concur ! 

The Economist is always closest to the truth, unlike the half-baked professors in our local universities, can never get their equations right.

Time On Whose Side?
The Economist

IN JAIL, Anwar Ibrahim read a lot of Shakespeare. To understand Malaysian politics, the opposition leader says, you have to know Macbeth, a tragedy of overweening political ambition. For the government, the ambition defacing the country’s politics is that of Mr Anwar himself, to become Malaysia’s prime minister. He had promised to retire if he lost the general election held on May 5th. “But we won,” he says.
That is not how the government sees it. Though the opposition coalition which Mr Anwar leads, Pakatan Rakyat, got 51% of the votes, it won only 40% of the seats in parliament. Years of gerrymandering favour the Barisan Nasional coalition that has ruled Malaysia since independence in 1957. Mr Anwar also alleges outright electoral fraud. He has been leading protest rallies around the country against the “theft” of the election.Read more.


Anonymous said...

1. anwar was jailed for six years because of abuse of power ot because of sodomy.
2. the sodomy charged was overturn (2-1)because of technicality.
3. najib is going to be thrown come PAU.

I hope the journalist make better research so that he can come up with the true facts next time. Lazy mat salleh writers adored by the colors.

IT.Sheiss said...

It's become pretty apparent that all these stadium & field Blackout 505 gatherings and calls for street protests have to do with one person - Anwar.

All their talk about "democracy," "justice," "fairness," "freedom," "transparency," "clean," etc. is just empty rhetoric.

Whilst I am not a BN suppiorter and have never voted BN, still, I don't want to be a useful idiot serving Anwar's ambitions either, or the ambitions of U.S. and European imperialist-backed NGOs in Malaysia.

BTW. I heard that there was or perhaps still is a CIA operations centre in a residence on Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar Utama.

No wonder, Jalan Kemuja houses a hotbed of radical NGO activities - lets call them the "Jalan Kemuja Liberation Front."

Dunno how much popular support or sympathy do these "Don Quixotes" of Jalan Kemuja actually have amongst the ordinary folk, living in those low cost flats in their neighbourhood and on the opposite side of Jalan Bangsar.

Anonymous said...

Anwar himself didn't honour his words of retiring from politics but yet he himself go around the country accused other people of cheating.