Real or Brag Anwar..?

Tony Thien Malaysiakini Sarawak correspondent picked this up from a local daily quoting the CM of Sarawak http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/88803. “Let him continue to brag. The word is ‘brag’. I covered it yesterday with an article ,”POKOK MASIH GOYANG” . I even received an sms from an architect friend saying that PRS president James Masing must have meant “they don’t jump over like frogs,they will fly over like hornbills.” I thought he did say that but upon checking he did say,”Sarawak is the land of the hornbills,not the land of frogs.” Very imaginative and trying to twist words but it did convince me for awhile. Anyway i still think that sms is a useful tool but do not abuse and create mayhem or uncertainties.

Going back to Anwars September 16th target. Well. not unless Anwar can deliver nobody will believe. I did ask Anwar ,”Show me the first 4 MPs” Now it seems that everyone in BN is getting on the bandwagon and condemning Anwar for rattling the adminstration and calling a ,”BLUFF.” If he manages to do it ,it is a real good one and in the end it will turn to reality. That is one of the reasons the top leaders in BN are looking and keeping a ,”hawks eye” on the YBs. 

James even went on to say,”I think dreaming is not a privelege for those who are asleep.Dreaming can also be for those wide awake.” He is feeling confident that a number of divisions have woken up to the realities and that he is the President to lead them. When a leader sounds “Convincing and shows leadership” qualities his members feels secure. The ground is very favourable towards PRS divisions coming back as a unified entity. Talks are progressing into the final stages according to a source. As a coalition partner he and PRS is standing steadfastly behind the CM and BN government. 

A political secretary to the CM from PRS echoed that the party is behind the CM Taib and also had the same views that the voters views should be respected that they have given the BN the mandate to rule after the GE of March the 8th. We have 4 1/2 years until the next GE. Can’t Anwar wait..? echoed a senior party member. There are many equations and if September 16th is not achieved Anwar will have losts a lot of credibilty. But if he manages to push his agenda through the term,”INFODEMICS” will be used by many.

President Lee was under siege as rumours of the the mad cow disease hit him hard.

  • 94% of Koreans have a gene which predisposes them to mad cow disease.”
  • “Cow products are used to make pampers,which gives babies who wear them mad cow disease.
  • Videos and pictures online and this worked people up.

 

So Anwar is it real or just a brag? We know that internet has become an active space for information and engagement and Anwar is capitalising on this. The MALAYSIABOLEHLAND script gets better, there are 18days left to September 16th…….

4 thoughts on “Real or Brag Anwar..?

  1. Melayu Singapura says:

    wow everybody worried lah…….
    DSAI had made his mind/
    The rakyat also had made up their mind
    well…..BN get ready to pack up
    dont worry some of you will be still in the Dewan…until the next GE as the oppositionlah of course.

  2. kittykat46 says:

    A former MCA MP who is a family friend told us last night “MCA has absolutely no intention to become an Opposition Party”

    I believe this reflects the thinking of the leadership, especially after Tsunami 2, August 26.

    Consider the statement carefully.

    It was not a declaration of loyalty to UMNO.

  3. ezyrhino says:

    opposition supporters have this funny notion that BN will just die.

    ok, before i make my case, let me first declare that i am not a BN member or supporter.

    BN still has a substantive support plus the financial resources to boot. It would be un wise to dismiss the party as a spent force, case and point, look at Golkar, within a space of 10 years, they have regained the pre-eminent position in Indonesian politics.

    PR is a party of a single personality, if he were to fall, the coalition simply would crumble; due to the simple fact that DAP and PAS have two very distinct ideology and deep distrust between one another. To ignore and dismiss these differences as dangerous as brushing BN aside.

    Plus, one must remember politicians are like bartered goods, one must discount their value prior to purchase.

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