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Shamshul Anuar @ 2014/09/16 at 2:14 am
“The problem is not us. Najib is the problem.
“His character, decisions bring ‘malapetaka’ to Umno. If his decisions affect him alone, that would be fine. His decision to favour those who literally want him dead, over those genuinely concerned ‘Makcik-makcik and Pakcik-pakcik’, is simply plain stupid and worse still suicidal.
“I often said that Umno was saved through Malay votes. All because we can see what Najib until today refuse[s] to see. Due to ‘iman and takwa’, we are able to see total disaster if Umno is gone.”
Why did Najib allow his expensive consultants to pull such stunts like ‘I ♥ PM’?
The love for PM did not translate into votes for BN, did it?
Neither did all those cheques handed out to Chinese schools prior to polling day.
Najib’s problem is …
The problem is that Najib is being advised by the very people who did not and will not and will never vote for BN.
This is not dissimilar to Najib’s Minister of Youth – in response to criticism about Khairy’s Scissorati secretary – declaring that he is fine with it even if his closest staff are staunch opposition supporters.
The people who actually voted for BN are those of us called “stupid”, “racist”, “extremist” and “bigot” by the purported ‘MODERATES’ whom Najib is pandering and whom Najib is listening to.
Editorials by the Nest of Evangelistas repeatedly label a segment of the population as “hate-spewing, divisive, race-obsessed ignoramuses”.
I would like to know how much the Prime Minister’s Department is contributing to the J-Star‘s ‘Voices of Moderation’ campaign.
BELOW: One of the BN’s biggest problems is The EvangeliSTAR
Can Najib see?
Shamshul Anuar is very concerned that Najib continues to favour those who want Umno dead.
Only 47.4 percent of the voters in the last general election supported BN. In 2008’s general election, BN obtained 51.4 percent of the popular vote. Please look at the bar chart below.
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From GE12 to GE13, BN lost four percent of the popular vote. From GE11 to Ge12, BN lost 12.4 percent of the popular vote. From GE11 to GE13, BN lost altogether (12.4% + 4%) = 16.4 percent of the popular vote.
If this trend continues and BN loses another 4-5 percent, then the ruling party’s share of the popular vote in GE14 will drop to 42-43 percent or thereabouts.
Now how can BN claim to have the mandate to rule if their popular support ever dips that low? (despite that they may manage to scrape through by winning more seats due to the favourable weightage given rural constituencies).
The exit is that way →
BN is losing our hearts
The National Day theme this year is ‘Di sini lahirnya sebuah cinta’. Quite frankly, Umno is losing the affection of its traditional supporters.
We are the BN voters.
Najib Razak is the BN chairman – the coalition that WE gave power to. Yet he keeps forgetting that the Yahudi Yeohs are ABU voters who want Umno dead and BN buried.
Najib, stop rewarding your opponents
We as BN voters insist that Najib must help to keep Malaysia in the shape agreeable to us.
We do not want Najib to reshape the country into a new form agreeable to the evangelistas.
Najib must stop alienating BN supporters and rewarding the BN’s enemies.
BELOW: Najib all ears for J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai
Beringat lah kepada perpatah Melayu – Yang dikejar tak dapat, yang dikendong tercicir.
Come GE14, don’t be surprised if the Malay voters stay at home, turn to third party candidates or just simply spoil their ballot paper.
Najib’s behaviour is losing him the friends that Umno used to have and not winning him any new ones either.
Enough is enough!
Enough with their Anak Malaysia crap.
Enough with their “kembalikan Negaraku” call.
Malaysia is not their land to take.
Some of you may still recall Hannah Yeoh was tweeting – on the morning of 1hb Syawal about a month-and-a-half ago – about her cruise around Subang during Aidil Fitri in search of food. She ate a meal of dry Bak Kut Teh.
However when she later sought to explain the food craving that prompted her drive-about in Subang, she tweeted instead an Instagram of chicken rendang and ketupat. (more…)
In one corner of the ring, we have the Voice of Umno. And in the opposite corner, we have the Najib-inspired Voices of Moderation.
Out of the total of 191 Umno divisions nationwide, close to 85 percent so far have asked the Najib administration to keep the Sedition Act. Voicing support for maintaining the legislation are 161 Umno divisions as of Sept 4. (more…)
Sejak Najib Razak menjadi perdana menteri, kaum Melayu kerap dilempar dengan pelbagai tohmahan – Melayu rasis lah, pelampau lah, penganiaya yang menindas golongan minoriti lah.
Tun Mahathir pun dah kata Najib ni sebenarnya lembik.
Begitu lemau jiwa dan tipis roh Melayu di kalbu Najib. (more…)
I wonder who Marina Mahathir’s targets are.
Refer, “Take that, all you racists!” Marina says (more…)
0:41 – Ambiga says,
“Please give us our Malaysia back. We do not want a Malaysia that is racist, that is extreme. We want to reclaim our Malaysia, please give it back. That is the message …” (more…)
Why does Najib Razak coddle a Firster like Saifuddin Abdullah who is rejected by Umno Temerloh and the Malay voters in his area? Orang Melayu buang, Najib pungut.
This Saifuddin chap is a Dapster darling. Umno supporters do not like him.
Namun Saifuddin masih diangkat oleh Sang Presiden parti Melayu tu untuk menerajui Najib’s pet NGO – the Moderates Movement. (more…)