So far, PAS spiritual leader Nik Aziz, made the BEST comment about the party’s victory at the Kuala Terengganu by-election on Saturday. Respect. Such humility.
And maybe he wants to rein in his junior and firebrand leaders (whose foolhardy ways can really bring down PAKATAN RAKYAT, if not PAS).
But briefly, here’s what Tok Guru said:
“…be “a gracious winner” and not utter snobbish remarks that could hurt the feelings of those who lost…Don’t hurt the feelings of opponents because if they are hurt, it will be difficult for us to convince them of our struggle” (Bernama).
So, Pakatan, get down to work. The fireworks are over. By election alone can’t assure you of success if you don’t do as Nik Aziz says. And it’s not because you’re so great that you won in KT, but BN is THAT bad.
Still, 30,000 people voted for them. This must surely not to be taken lightly.
The worst statement must come from old man Mahathir Mohamad. I read it with disgust, and for any newspaper to print such statements, must only indicate the level of idiocy the newspaper industry has descended too.
Funny that this man talks as if he was never part of the administration, and while being a part of it, hanged on until now. Corruption was not born yesterday, but is an accumulative process, that eventually becomes a disease like cancer. And this old man was prime minister for 22 years!
Don’t blame Najib (Tun Razak), it seems. Then, who’s the bloody election campaign director in KT? He is the NEXT PRIME MINISTER who failed TWO by-elections in 10 months!
If at all, BN, including PM Abdullah Ahmad Badawi MUST take the blame. As this too, is a accumulative process. Heap and heaps of idiocy will someday come crashing down.
So who was in charge of KT, again? Was it Dotty? Oh yeah, I forgot. It was Altantuya Shariibuu from Mongolia who helped him in the election campaigns.
No wonder, I heard the Mongolians were celebrating when the results of the KT by-election was announced! Good for them 🙂