Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Of Sarawak's state election : Percayalah 1MPM6...

First, Najib sent himself and Muhyiddin to shore up BN Sarawak. It did not work. The call for change is too loud to ignore.

Then, Malaysiakini and Sarawak Report silenced. Both became unaccessible. BN is getting panicky here. It looks like all the MSM and TVs' combine failed to stop Sarawak's charge to change.

Najib's plea of percayalah seems to falls on deaf ears. Or is Najib's percayalah is a special dedication to Taib Mahmud?

1MPM6 is moving fast to placate Taib Mahmud's thirst to stay on in Sarawak. And what better way to a man's heart if not through his woman? Remember Samy Vellu? Yes, Samy let go of MIC to get himself appointed as "ambassador at large for India". Is 1MPM6 thinking the same way for Taib Mahmud? Providing Taib Mahmud with a plausible escape clause?

Lost? Well, put it this way. The line is clear now that Taib Mahmud will be put on green pasture for his retirement. Whereelse if not Lebanon? Taib Mahmud's current wife is a Lebanese, right? His brother-in-law is also a Lebanese, right? So why not place Taib as "ambassador at large" for Lebanon? I don't think Taib will reject the RM 27,000 monthly salary plus benefit!

Taib Mahmud has a successor in mind. Correct, correct, correct! What Taib Mahmud failed to announce is that either his successor is currently not contesting in the coming state election or his successor is still too young to vote! Then, what is the alternative? There is no other alternative but to show Taib Mahmud his exit door! In this, BN and PR are both working hard to see the ouster of Taib Mahmud. Don't believe? Just ask Najib and he will surely respond "Percayalah, percayalah"...

Now, who in BN can fill in Taib Mahmud's shoes? The answer is "none"! Not because they are no suitable person but Taib Mahmud will not allow him to work in peace. Again we ask, what is the alternative? The answer is simple - there is no alternative but to go with DAP-PAS-PKR combination. Don't believe? Just ask 1MPM6. He will surely reply "percayalah, percayalah".

Why are there three tigers on the same hill? We have Mongolian tiger Najib, Sumatran tiger Muhyiddin and White tiger Taib Mahmud all on the same hill. Najib growls that Taib will be leaving soon and Taib responded with "not now mate, not now". Muhyiddin? He is too busy stalking teachers to bother the two. These three tigers are eyeing each other, but tiger Muhyiddin is aiming for Najib's backside. Imagine this. BN lost Sarawak, UMNO goes in Sarawak, and the guy who controls Sarawak's UMNO delegates will sleep in Putrajaya. Don't believe? Just ask Najib and he will surely coyly answered "percayalah, percayalah"...

The campaign is reaching it's crescendo now. Did anyone bother to ask where is Rahman Yaakob, Taib Mahmud's uncle who once fight tooth and nail with Taib? Surely that old fox is still around to push his favourite Alfred Jabu as BN's incoming Chief Minister, if BN wins Sarawak. Still confuse? Go get the confirmation from 1MPM6. He will surely say "percayalah, percayalah"...

Sundays come early to Kuching this week. Look at how Najib warming up to Christians in Kuching. All for their votes, my friend. All for their votes. Do you think Najib cares? No, he don't. He is only thinking of his political survival. As long as Najib can make Rosemah happy, Najib will be happy. Puzzled? Just ask Najib and he will surely nod "percayalah, percayalah"...

The time is now. Sarawak needs to send a clear message to 1MPM6. Sarawak demands change. Not transformation. Transformation are for Transformers. Change is what Sarawak demands. If 1MPM6 cannot afford to give them change, then by all means BN to step aside and let DAP-PAS-PKR show you the way to CHANGE...

If 1MPM6 don't believe, just ask Sarawakians and they will reply in one voice "percayalah, percayalah"...



Till then...G'nite M'sia...wherever u are...

1 comment:

looes74 said...

Dnightcaller,
I hope that by April 16th, I would be singing these songs. Enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpjAEn0WAmQ&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPKPq7vfAUg