Photo from trevorromain. That’s what Pak Lah is saying to you, Malaysians.
Too bad. All those who wanted (read: craved for and plotted) to have PM Abdullah Ahmad Badawi resign, of all days on April Fool’s will just have to wait for another day.
Abdullah said yesterday (malaysiakini):
“I am here, I am here, I am here. They make all the speculations that I want to run away, I’ve resigned. Why should I resign?”
Yeah, stand your ground, Pak Lah! Stay on! Stay strong! Stay there, until the 13th GE, that is! Go on, go on…take another “honeymoon” with that “sweet” Jean of yours.
The large anti-Abdullah gathering at Hotel Singgahsana did not seem to rattle the man one bit. Well, either the anti-Pak Lah forces within UMNO has to work harder or a miracle bigger than the 12GE March 8 Tsunami needs to be repeated.
The newly formed Pakatan Rakyat (People’s Alliance) is definitely happy at this turn of events. With Abdullah helming the party’s leadership, the 13GE in 4 or 5 years time would be a breeze.
All of us who want to see a change of leadership (mind you, not from Abdullah to Najib or Ku Li or whatever), a real change from UMNO to Pakatan Rakyat, will finally have our dreams come true.
UMNO should continue to fight within themselves. Keep busy you guys. We’re enjoying the show.
While you are at it, Anwar Ibrahim and gang @ Pakatan Rakyat will have a fine journey reforming the states which they have won in the last GE.
And they are working harder than before.
The Selangor Government has opened investigations into allegations of massive land cheating cases said to run into hundreds of millions of ringgit in the state. Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim will personally go through records of all land transactions “tainted” by allegations of fraud.
Earlier in Penang:
A special panel set up by the state government to investigate “land improprieties” in Penang has stumbled upon yet another scam. This time it involves an RM 13Mil land deal.
“This is a fresh case. We just uncovered this when the special panel was investigating the other cases,” Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said on Tuesday night.