|An extremely worried leadership|
At the 2008 General Elections the Gerakan was wiped out, in 2013 it was the MCA and in 2018 the predictrion according to the BN's own intelligence is Tsunami UMNO the greatest political Tsunami to hit the county is coming.
|A terribly wrong move.|
Whatever Hadi says they are now convinced that he is now supporting Najib for some strange reasons,and they say they know why?
DAP'S WILLINGNESS TO SACRIFCE SEATS TO OTHER MEMEBRS
Malaysia's oldest and most consistent multiracial party that has been dogged by Mahathir himself in the past for being a Chinese Chauvinistic party has brought the nation one full circle. He, Mahathir was surprised to find out that the DAP held its AGM in Bahasa and all business carried out in Bahasa, as he has been accustoms to Tamil and Chinese in the MIC and MCA and yet these two parties together with UMNO refer to the DAP as a racist party.
The DAP has proved to be multiracial and is begining to attract more Malays voters, well it is forgone conclusion that the numbers of Malays will within the next few decades outnumber that of the Chinese in the Party by the sheer fact that they make the majority of the population and the fact that they are being accepted by the Malays as a fair and just party, by word and deed.
DAP candidates will this time around stand in Malay majority constituencies. in fact t the last elections they are the party that gave Rafizi the Pandan seat, and DAP campaigned for him in the area too, it proved to be a very wise move.
Rafizi has proved his worth he will win the seat even without the DAP campaigning this time around as the electorate knows the worth of the man, he is certainly the material from which Malaysians can pick a future Prime Minister.
It is the DAP that ousted the Penang Government aided by Keadillan in the 2008 elections, they are expected to do the same this time round too.
There is the "Jamal Yunos Factor" that UMNO suffers from. They do not want to be associated with a character like him. "Taking Axes, showing his power in the streets, warning people and going about like a Sam Seng is not the Malay idea of a real leader," we do not wish to be led by Sam Seng, we are really ashamed of him but you know we can't express that openly, we are afraid of him, you have seen how he behaves. We do not need such people and people who tolerate and encourage such people must also be discarded."
|At 93 he sent a fake running for cover. Tell it in my face he says.|
"Malays do not do such things, if he does not like Mahathir he must keep quiet - no need to support him, 'tapi diam', this was his 'guru', to politely keep quiet is 'being Malay' we do not rebuke our leaders even if we do not agree with them, especially if they are older than us."
One even asked if Hadi really fell ill in Turkey or if it staged for some other agenda. Did He?
The Indian Story
"If he can't it is okay we'll take our votes elsewhere;" said one Indian voter in the Kapar Constituency.
In Sarawak and Sabah the mood is swinging, Sabahans have to make the choice or remain one of the poorest states in he Federation instead of being treated as an equal partner with Malaya as envisaged during the formative years of Malaysia. there is discontent and according to our sources it could lead to a defeat like the one the Pairin victory against Harris Salleh with a bigger margin this time.
Sarawakians too are fed up of empty promises their current Chief Minister is promising them heaven on earth bu after the elections they want everything now, enough is enough they say, heaven hasn't come to earth after waiting for more than fifty ears.