Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Hj Hadi and Lim Guan Eng might be forgiven. Anwar Ibrahim? No reason to claim ignorance. Not from someone who used to be DPM and the one who thinks that he is the rightful heir as PM. If he mismanaged the Selangor MB fiasco, then what do you expect if he runs Malaysia?
As usual, Anwar is now trying to work himself out of his own mess. This time around, he blames past experience for his and PKR's 'defiance" towards HRH Sultan Selangor. Better still, he claims that he is following the constitution. For a man of his stature, Anwar misteps big time.
Whatever happens to selangor now is immaterial. Now, if ever PR wins GE 14, Anwar will again be the man who will spoil the party. As a man with his experience, he should know better than to offend HRH. He has all the resources and opportunity to meet HRH to explain his next step. He did not do that. Instead, he use the public to win support.
Now, everything falls flat to his face. But Anwar being Anwar is writhing his way out. I am not looking into Selangor scenario anymore. I am looking post GE 14 when (and if) PR wins. Will Anwar nominates just his name as PM? If that happens, do you think HRH Agung will accept? I am sure what happens in Selangor will be tabled in the next rulers conference albeit unofficially. Out of the nine rulers, who will support Anwar's actions?
Anwar has lost direction. In his blind quest to hold power, he has offended HRH. At the same time, he is now opening the opportunity for his wife's political nemesis to be the next Selangor MB. Worse, he is paving the way for a possible snap state election. Worst still, PR may lose Selangor is a snap election is held. Mark my word on that.
It is time for Anwar to re-evaluate his usefulness to PR's cause. It is not just his cause to be the PM but more important of the rakyat's aspiration for a better Malaysia. Just because some of us work hard to ensure PR's good performance in GE 13, it does not mean the same will be applicable in the future. This is no longer about Anwar. This is about our future.
Think... can we rely on Anwar if everytime he hits a brickwall, he blames on others. Now he is talking about past experience and practise. Next he will claim he follows constitution. Never is he brave enough to say, "I am sorry. It is my mistake"
Till then...G'nite M'sia...wherever u are...
Posted by nightcaller at 11:30 AM