After 53 years dedicated to a united, democratic, progressive and prosperous Malaysia, I ask Malaysians to sacrifice one, two or even three days to cast their vote to save Malaysia from Najib, kleptocracy and kakistocracy

I have dedicated 53 years of my life to a united, democratic, progressive and prosperous Malaysia.

All I ask how is that the 15 million voters in Malaysia sacrifice one, two or even three days to cast their vote in the 14th General Election on Wednesday, 9th May 2018 to save Malaysia from Najib, kleptocracy and kakistocracy.

One day of sacrifice is for Malaysians in the country, two days of sacrifice is for the 500,000 Malaysians working in Singapore who may have to take an extra day off to return home from the island republic to cast their vote. Three days of sacrifice is for Malaysians from farther overseas, whether the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Canada or United States, who may have to sacrifice three days to fly home to exercise their constitutional right to cast their vote.

“Kleptocracy” has been defined as “a government or state in which those in power exploit national resources and steal; rule by a thief or thieves”.

“Kakistocracy” has been defined as “a government by the worst persons; a form of government in which the worst persons are in power”.

Najib’s live TV3 interview today is a shocking reminder to Malaysians that we are not only a global kleptocracry, Malaysia has also become a kakistocracy.

Otherwise, how could Najib in truth and honesty state that there are no Malays at Pakatan Harapan rallies, only DAP supporters?

DAP is flattered that the thousands and tens of thousands, with many women in tudong and men in baju Melayu, who gathered to hear Tun Mahathir at the Pakatan Harapan rallies in Langkawi, Gombak, Jerlun, Bukit Katil, Putrajaya, Lembah Pantai, Pandan, Kuantan and Wangsa Maju in the second part of the 11-day election campaign, have become DAP supporters.

For Najib’s information, for the past half a century since the formation of the party, DAP had never bussed anyone to any DAP or Pakatan function, which the Special Branch – one of the most efficient in the world – would know and can confirm.

Either Najib as Prime Minister was telling a downright lie – making him liable to be arrested and charged under the Anti-Fake News Act which carries the draconian penalties of RM500,000 fine, six years’ jail or both – or the Special Branch had not been able to give the Prime Minister a briefing about the true political situation on the ground.

Whatever the real situation, it shows a Prime Minister who is either suffering from a fatal form of delusion or bizarrely cut off from the reality on the ground to the extent that he could claim with a straight face that BN’s support remains intact.

On his TV3 interview alone, Najib deserves to be voted out of office in Putrajaya tomorrow.

(Appeal to 15 million voters at Bukit Indah, Pulai on Tuesday, 8th May 2018)

  1. #1 by pulau sibu on Tuesday, 8 May 2018 - 3:57 pm

    This reminded me when the US forces attacked Iraq and into Baghdad, the information minister was interviewed by the TV about US troops coming into the town. The minister asked, where are the troops? I did not see the troops! Of course, Saddam went into hiding in a underground cave and was finally arrested and executed.

  2. #2 by undertaker888 on Friday, 11 May 2018 - 1:50 am

    We have collectively voted PH in. Make sure that PH do not behave the same as BN. Especially on corruption and abuse of power. Time to bring this country forward.

  3. #3 by winstony on Friday, 11 May 2018 - 7:34 am

    Well, well, well.
    Congrats on a job well done as witnessed by PH’s win in GE14!
    It is due to the tenacity of all Malaysians concerned that we are now seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
    Hopefully, this light can be kept shining for all time!
    One thing that stood out like a sore thumb is the way GE14 was conducted.
    It seemed that voters who turned up early to ensure that they would not miss voting are criticised as causing problems to the officials.
    Now, on hindsight, those who queued up at the polling stations to register for voting were barred from voting immediately after 5pm.
    Didn’t these points contradict each other?
    Those who come early are blamed for causing a jam and those who were still in the queue at 5pm were denied their right to vote!
    Isn’t it the responsibility of the officials who conducted the GE to ensure that as many eligible voters as possible are able to vote?
    Are the voting hours carved in stone?
    Who decides them?
    As the GE is of utmost importance to enable the electorate to decide the future of the country, it is vitally important that most, if not all, eligible voters are allowed to vote!
    In this respect, the hours of voting can be extended to accommodate them.
    The officials should even consider having two (2) days for the GE if this will enable more voters to vote!
    I suggest that the whole matter be carefully reviewed.
    In fact, a whole host of items regarding the GE must be reviewed and revamped, including the delineation of electoral boundaries.
    I also suggest an online forum under PH be started as early as possible to enable Malaysians to voice their views on the PH government.
    Once again, congrats on a job well done!
    Thank you.

  4. #4 by Motorist on Friday, 11 May 2018 - 4:28 pm

    WE DID IT !!!!!! Malaysians showed the world that we can come together, one nation, one people to overcome tyranny.

    Such a happy day for all Malaysia. But sad too, if only our dear Karpal was here to witness this momentous occasion.

    In my prayers to him, I told him “we all did it. You gave up hope back then & it finally paid off”. May you finally rest in peace, dear Karpal.

  5. #5 by undertaker888 on Friday, 11 May 2018 - 6:48 pm

    Can the new government now issue an arrest warrant for Jho Low?

  6. #6 by Bigjoe on Sunday, 13 May 2018 - 6:27 am

    Conventional wisdom is that Najib biggest failure is his kleptocracy. But fact is kleptocracy is all of UMNO even UMNO Youth next gen and the likes in PPBM and others in PKR are not free from it.

    No kleptocracy is not Najib biggest failure. His biggest failure was and still is his relationship with PAS. He real legitimacy, grand plan, for leading UMNO was supposedly dividing the opposition vote with PAS. But he ended up needing PAS to lose for him to win. The result of the GE shows he completely failed.

    Religo politics is now the no 1. factor in future Malaysian politics even as PH and UMNO struggle with the old regime ideas of race and entitlement.

  7. #7 by good coolie on Sunday, 13 May 2018 - 5:16 pm

    Beautiful words from our Finance Minister when he was asked how he felt being a “Chinese” Minister of Finance after a long interregnum from the days of Tun Tan. He said with a hint of irritation that he was not to be referred to as a Chinese: “I am a Malaysian!”

    Hidup Bangsa Malaysia!

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