Posted: 20 Mar 2016 08:17 PM PDT
One day Najib will be forgiven, too...
Adolf Hitler, who is undoubtedly the world's most hated dictator, was responsible for mass destruction as he spread his ideology of Nazism. It has been more than fifty years since Hitler shot himself, but till today the Germans are ashamed of Hitler's antics. His book and flags are banned in Germany. It is not about politics. It is about his inhumane ideology.
However, politicians in Malaysia today have redefined the game of politics. Malaysia's most autocratic prime minister, Dr Mahathir Mohamad is forgiven and is a national hero. The word integrity does not exist in Malaysia.
PKR was formed on the basis of anti-Mahathirism, but today they are applauding the founder of Mahathirism. Nurul Izzah Anwar, who shed tears of agony for growing up without her father and losing her childhood, has forgiven the man who stole it all from her. So, it was all about power after all isn't it?
For more than 30 years the opposition attacked Mahathir and fought to free this country from Mahathirism, but is now working with the very same man they spat at. And it is only to supposedly save Malaysia from Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.
Therefore, if Najib leaves and someone else not in favour of the opposition becomes the next prime minister, will this same cycle repeat? If Najib decides to go against the next prime minister as well, I can only imagine the opposition shaking hands with Najib and say, "we forgive him". The declaration that has been signed to oust Najib is akin to the opposition showing us the middle finger to everything we have been fighting for.
Mahathir allegedly destroyed Malaysia. Corruption, nepotism, racism, cronyism, killing of the judiciary independence, self-empowerment, disunity, and many more problems in the country today are allegedly Mahathir's doing. I always hoped one day our children would learn how Mahathir was during history lessons, but looks like Mahathir will only be applauded as a hero in the textbook because the 'big-hearted' opposition has forgiven him.
Najib's alleged corruption scandal appears schoolboyish in front of Mahathir's. RM2.6 billion is the reason to oust Najib? How is it okay that Mahathir allegedly took more than RM100 billion from the country? Going by Mahathir's theory of Najib being guilty because he did not sue the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Mahathir is guilty, too, because he did not sue the WSJ when they alleged that Malaysia lost RM 100 billion under Mahathir's leadership.
Lim Kit Siang has admitted that he has nothing personal against Mahathir, and it was all about politics. It may be for you Lim, but it is not 'only about politics' for us. Tomorrow you will make up with Najib and sing the same song too and you expect us to buy into your absolute ridiculous reasoning? After all, Lim has proven the words of BN ministers that he has no integrity. He will form an alliance with anybody, even the devil for the sake of power.
I wonder how the late Karpal Singh would have reacted if he heard Lim's true revelations. At least Gobind Singh Deo has shown us that he is a man with integrity for not participating in the pact with Mahathir. It is time for Lim to leave DAP. Gobind should take over and lead DAP if DAP wants to move forward rightly.
Ibrahim Ali of Perkasa is also spearheading the declaration to oust Najib. Is Perkasa also a rightful organisation now as they are working with the opposition? Dr Ling Liong Sik, Shafie Apdal, Muhyiddin Yassin, Muhammad Muhammad Taib a.k.a Mat Taib, and the rest of the gang are all forgiven because they conjoined to oust Najib. Now, we all can rob the country, join the opposition, and be forgiven as long as we go against the sitting prime minister. Bravo Pakatan!
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