Dear Interim Prime Minister…

LETTER: From John Ung, via e-mail
Free Malaysia Today
May 15, 2013

I have to address you as the Interim Prime Minister as you are really standing on shaky grounds. Some say you may not even last till the end of this year.

Why are you the Interim Prime Minister? Five reasons. Firstly, the majority of Malaysians want you out along with your party and their bag carriers, MCA , Gerakan and MIC. You have only obtained 45 % of the votes inclusive of some add ons . At least two of your bag carriers will soon be no more. So you may need some recently ‘ made ‘ citizens to carry your bags.

Secondly, your own party, Umno is crying for your head. You gave so much money to the Malaysian Chinese and got eggs thrown at your face. Your poor reading what makes Malaysians tick has got you into trouble.

Imagine thinking that Psy can get us to ‘gangdum style’ with you. Free food , ang pow and last minute donations to temples and Chinese schools cannot buy the Chinese votes. Time and time again, these have been proven. Who are your strategists by the way? They must have got their degrees from fake universities. Sacked all of them! I truly cannot believe you are that stupid!

Thirdly, a defection of several BN candidates may swing the Federal government to the Opposition. This is not desirable but will make you at least, the Opposition head, if your party members do not throw you into the ocean by then. If this happens, I hope the Opposition when they form the government, will delineate a fair boundary for all and then call for fresh elections.

Fourth, which is not likely, people’s power will force you out! Remember, more than 55% of the people voted against your party and they want you out.

Lastly, Act of God forces you to resign.

Will I change my mind and vote for you.YES! These are what you need to do first:

1 Disband parties based on racial lines. Do it for Umno first and rest will follow. After all, you have no support in Umno now, so might as well get the MCA, MIC, Gerakan and all the other BN parties to support you. Firstly, whether you can get Umno to change is another matter. Then only will we will have a PM voted by all races.

2 Strongly and seriously curb corruption. MACC must be independent and report to a Royal Commission with full powers to investigate fairly and punish severely.

3 Uplift our education standards with more opportunities for enrolment to public Universities based on merit. More scholarships for the poor to pursue higher studies.

4 Act against all and not just selected opposition members for racist comments.Even the Malays have enough of your Perkasa morons who should be banished into the jungles and let them form their party with monkeys as their members. You can also include the Editors of Utusan. How on Earth did you think that the Cowboy (he hates Indians) Zul can win in Shah Alam is beyond me. Are you from a different planet ?

5 Creating business opportunities is one thing but giving all the chance to gain from them is another. Award tenders fairly and only to those with know how instead of those who knows who.

Mr Interim PM, just do these five things and I am sure you will achieve more than 70% votes. If not, you will soon join Benitez (Interim Chelsea Manager) seeking pasture elsewhere.

  1. #1 by lee tai king (previously dagen) on Friday, 17 May 2013 - 8:42 am

    He is less than interim. He is a fake. Illegitimate. A cheat. A pirated PM, if you prefer.

  2. #2 by Winston on Friday, 17 May 2013 - 9:45 am

    Another inane article telling the ruling party what it must do!
    Can the author tell us how he can make them forsake the gravy train?
    Also, how they can avoid their comeuppance for their decades long malfeasance?
    Malaysians should not expect anything from them!
    Just remember, they’ll sell their mothers just to stay in power!!!
    There is no alternative except to have PR as the legitimate government.

  3. #3 by good coolie on Friday, 17 May 2013 - 11:57 am

    Pakatan should keep the pressure going. It may be that Najib or his successor may call for early elections to consolidate power. Pakatan should stay united now, more than ever.

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