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BN should cut its losses in Penang

Biar lah Si Luncai terjun dengan labu-labunya. Cina Pulau Pinang sudah tidak lagi mampu diubati. Tunggu sampai waktu nanti, Kedah boleh ambil balik saja.

Tapi buat masa ini, BN perlu menumpu sepenuh perhatian terhadap mempertahankan Johor daripada serangan DAP evangelis.

 

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3 thoughts on “BN should cut its losses in Penang

  1. Like I posted in another thread, parliamentary democracy is …….. (fill in the blanks).

    A well-informed and mature electorate can be trusted (usually) to make the right choices when exercising their democratic right at the ballot box.

    So, why should Penang be any different from Johor? Or Sabah or Sarawak for that matter?

    Are you saying that the “best and brightest” don’t want to get involved in politics because it’s messy, degrading and viewed with suspicion by the rakyat?

    Or are the “best and brightest” being systematically identified and recruited by Umno, MCA, MIC, PKR, PAS, DAP etc? Or are they content to take in whoever turns up at their doorsteps and asks for admission?

    Whose fault is it then if “incompetents” get elected and voted into office?

    1. ‘A well-informed and mature electorate can be trusted (usually) to make the right choices when exercising their democratic right at the ballot box.’*

      True enough but in the case of Penang, the larger electorate are neither well-informed nor mature.

      In fact, they’re downright delusional and childishly petty (and ultra kiasu).

      They voted and will continue to vote for a party that they identify with their own race and a party that will allow the Chinese to continue with all manner of illegal activities essential to their survival and wealth.

      This is the reality in Penang. Make no mistake about it.

      * I don’t normally engage with others here but this statement can in no way justify the larger electorate of Penang, and I just had to point it out.

      1. Why are you singling out Penang? Aren’t you showing your own bias in this matter?

        Are you saying that the “larger electorate” in other states are neither “delusional” nor “childishly petty (and ultra kiasu)”?

        What is this “reality” that you have mentioned?

        I could also say that those who voted for the MIC are being “misguided” or “sentimental” about the race factor transcending ability and integrity.

        I would hesitate to label them as “delusional”, though.

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