(You could really ‘tell’ who is/are behind this guy)
Who should succeed Pak Lah?
“Najib won by 26,000 votes and this is much more than in 2004 when the BN was very, very popular. On the other hand, Pak Lah – who had a majority of 18,000 before – only has a majority of 11,000 now. The fact is that he lost a number of votes. And there are not many people who have improved (their majority) since 2004.” (Mahathir Mohamad, 9 March 2008).
I knew I couldn’t trust the results of the elections to be due to ONLY support for the Opposition. It isn’t like that at all. From very early, especially when I saw glimpses of it in pro-Umno, pro-Mahathir bloggers (some pretending to be neutral), I knew Mahathir would have a hand, a big hand in this elections – he’ll get his supporters to throw out Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and bring in his beloved Najib Tun Razak. So, people, don’t be too happy. You did well, giving the Opposition 49 percent of the popular vote this time. But the bigger fight is still on, especially if Najib actually becomes PM. Then May the TRUTH really SAVE US all! I knew exactly what ex-PM Mahathir Mohamad will say at the aftermath of the elections:
1. He will ask badly beatened Umno President Abdullah to resign.
2. He will complain about all his projects not being carried out.
3. He will ask Najib Tun Razak to be PM.
True enough, this morning at his 11am press conference, he did exactly all the above.
He said “Najib’s resounding victory in Pekan and the performance of his homestate Pahang means that people accept the DPM”. (Rocky Bru)
EXCUSE ME, WHO SAYS THAT “THE PEOPLE” ACCEPT NAJIB?
As far as I know, only the people of Pekan accept him and that is also open to inquiry. A 26,000 majority?
Please dont shove Najib down our lives. Then really, we’ll have a 100 years of UMNO!