Zaid’s wannabe 100,000 rally to unite M’sians in HATE
Zaid Ibrahim has joined the DAP Hate & Hypocrisy brigade.
Zaid urged, “So perhaps a rally of a 100,000 Malaysians is necessary for two reasons: to show that Malaysians are not afraid to save this country and that the support for Najib is skin deep.”
He is inciting the masses, just like Hannah Yeoh.
A couple of days ago, Zaid Ibrahim addressed “senior representatives of the corporate world” at the invitation of The Economist, a London international publication.
Zaid said in his speech to the Economist audience, “The people especially the opposition leaders and those active in social media today live in fear of the Prime Minister and his hatchet men.”
(Helen: Oh really? The Dapsters dominating social media “live in fear of the PM”, you say? Is it typical behaviour for fearful people to be so aggressive and biadab siot to the object of their fear?)
Zaid said, “I would like to advise the new AG that while supporting the Prime Minister is a wonderful thing, we have laws that everyone has to follow!”
(Helen: I’d like to hear you say this to TS Apandi’s face.)
Zaid said, “This past Saturday, students and young activists were hauled up by the Police just for expressing their disgust towards the Prime Minister.”
(Helen: No, they were hauled up for not adhering to the provisions of the Peaceful Assembly Act.)
Zaid thinks the cabinet ministers loyal to Najib are “clowns” who give “the stupidest excuses” and are “an embarrassment to the country”.
(Helen: I hope that the BN strategic communications team and the Ministry of Communications will step up to the plate and combat such slurs, i.e. something the BN should have started doing seven years ago.)
Zaid also names “the distinguished company” as cabinet ministers “Rahman Dahlan, Azalina Aziz (sic), Salleh Keruak, and Ahmad Maslan”.
(Helen: Kalau nak perli orang pun, do try and get their/her name correct lah.)
Zaid said, “Former Deputy Prime Minister Muhiyuddin Yassin was asked to leave because he was asking too many questions about 1MDB.”
(Helen: TSMY sebenarnya dipecat kerana melanggar Bos.)
Zaid: “We must remember that Islamic fundamentalism is on the rise in this country; because of Najib Razak, and his policies.”
(Helen: Islamic fundamentalism is also on the rise because it is a backlash to the Christian evangelical assault.)
Zaid: “Najib and friends however will not relinquish their position in Government; and with Muhiyuddin launching his forces from the south, we can expect an internal bloodbath within Umno soon. Again the stability of the country is at risk, at very high risk.”
(Helen: Knowing that the stability of Malaysia is at very high risk, why is Zaid encouraging 100,000 angry Malaysians to take to the streets?)
Zaid is guilty of doublethink. He talks about his call for the rally to be about unity and uniting Malaysians to save Malaysia.
In actual fact, this kind of a street demo will only draw the most resentful Malaysians to join for the purpose of creating chaos.
It splits Malaysia into two, like Thailand’s Yellow Shirts vs Red Shirts. It’s all about ‘them’ vs anybody not aligned with their aim of toppling Najib.
The biggest factor uniting these hateful people is their hatred and desire for Arab Spring anarchy. It looks like the DAP has now got its very own “top Malay” climbing on board their bandwagon in the form of Zaid Ibrahim.