WILL THE REAL MR PRIME MINISTER PLEASE STAND UP!

Posted on March 23, 2012

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Sakmongkol AK47  21 March 2012 Get Real Mr Prime Minister!

Like many others, I read somewhat amused at PM Najib’s war cry that he is confident of getting back the states now under the opposition. I say war cry because here we have a PM seized by an extreme bout of paranoia declaring that we are at war. With who?

He has to stop the charade. It’s not like UMNO and BN people are gifted with extraordinary talent that reserves them the right to govern the country. Who can argue against facts? The top 3 states which drew the highest level of FDI are Pakatan led states. Just under one term, Pakatan governments can achieve these good things which no other BN lead states have ever achieved is an incontestable testimony that Pakatan people are more talented.

This is what UMNO and BN and the UMNO president fear most. That people are slowly but surely realizing that there is life without UMNO and what’s better- there is a better life without UMNO. Let’s repeat this once more there’s life without UMNO and there’s a better life without UMNO indeed. Tell your friends, neighbors about this- let us kick out the kleptocratic maniacs out of Putrajya and forge a new future. Let’s square off with Najib as the opposition leader. We will see he is a paper tiger who without a scripted text, cannot respond to out of pre-approved questionings. (For more read http://www.sakmongkol.blogspot.com under posting “Get Real Mr. Prime Minister” 21 March 2012)

Comment:

Who do you think M. Sakmongkol Ak47 has in mind when he posted this particular piece? Who do you think is his best choice as Malaysian Mr. Prime Minister? Must he be a Dato’ or a Tri Sri with invaluable experience in politics or any just ordinary politician with “warmth” in heart. from the way Mr. Sakmongkol said things in this particular posting of his, that “ordinary” person must be from the other side of BN’s coin. But is that what the majority wants. And in governing a country even a 51% slim majority  is a vote for the people and we should respect that. Is’nt that  what democracy is all about. Irrespective of which side of the political divide you are please walk the talk, Mr. Sakmomgkol. Being a sour-grape won’t help either. Just because we were once  aligned with a certain party does not mean that we can just bull-dozed our idea through and say  “bye-bye” to the party anticipating for a greener pasture! Or we may fall yet again to another false hopes. Or as some  say politics is all about risk. remember the cliche no risk no gain hehehe…

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