GE14 is about choosing Najib or Kit Siang to lead the country

Apr 21, 2017
The next general election will be about choosing Najib (right) or Lim Kit Siang (left) to lead the country.

Everybody knows why British Prime Minister Theresa May is calling for a snap general election on June 8, 2017 – so soon after the May 7, 2015 general election.

It is not about democracy.

It is not about freedom of speech.

It is not about anti-racism.

It is not about anti-religious extremism or anti-sharia laws.

It is not about transparency and good governance.

It is not about anti-corruption or anti-abuse of power.

No, it is not about all those things.

It is just about one thing, Brexit, and Theresa May wanting to get her own mandate to handle the Brexit matter after triggering Article 50.

So, on June 8, 2017, about 35 million or just over 70% of the eligible voters in Britain will be coming out to vote either for or against Theresa May.

Yes, that is what the June 8, 2017 snap general election is all about.

It is about whether you want or do not want Theresa May as prime minister of Britain.

So, if you support Brexit, you will vote for Theresa May, and if you oppose Brexit, you will vote against her.

But then if you are opposed to Brexit, and hence are going to vote against Theresa May, who are you going to vote for?

That, at this stage, has not been decided yet and really does not matter.

This is about ABT — Anything But Theresa or Asalkan Bukan Theresa.

If you oppose Brexit then you vote ABT.

Does that sound familiar?

Does that sound just like what is going to happen (or is already happening) in the Malaysian general election expected sometime in mid-2018?

Yes, the Malaysian general election, just like the British general elections nowadays, is just like the United States presidential elections.

You vote for the person. You vote for who you want to lead the country.

So the mid-2018 Malaysian general election is not about democracy.

It is not about freedom of speech.

It is not about anti-racism.

It is not about anti-religious extremism or anti-sharia laws.

It is not about transparency and good governance.

It is not about anti-corruption or anti-abuse of power.

It is about who do you want, Prime Minister Najib Razak or Pakatan Harapan leader Lim Kit Siang?

Kit Siang may deny he is Pakatan Harapan’s leader but then he, alone, and not PKR or PAS, made the decision to close down Pakatan Rakyat.

PKR and PAS had no say in the matter.

He, too, alone, made the decision to work with Mahathir Mohamad and to use the old man as the Ali Baba front for Pakatan Harapan.

PKR and Amanah had no say in the matter.

So Kiss — keep it short & simple.

No need to talk about so many issues, which just complicate matters more rather than help in the decision-making process.

Do you want Prime Minister Najib Razak to continue to lead Malaysia or do you want Pakatan Harapan leader Lim Kit Siang to take over?

Of course, Kit Siang will not personally be sitting on the throne in Putrajaya.

Even in the US, the real power-brokers do not sit in the White House.

They get their proxies to sit in the White House.

They just tell the president what to do and the president takes instructions from them.

But in reality, they run the US through their proxy, the US president.

So it does not matter who is going to become the Malaysian prime minister in place of Najib.

Malaysian voters are going to be asked whether they want Najib or whether they do not want Najib.

Pakatan Harapan plus its many minions are going to tell you that you must reject Najib.

They will give you many reasons as to why you must reject Najib.

This is about the ANC — the Anti-Najib Campaign.

The general election is about kicking out Najib.

You are going to be given many reasons as to why you must kick out Najib.

But who do you replace Najib with?

You will be replacing him with Kit Siang.

But Kit Siang himself will not be sitting in the prime minister’s chair.

He will get his proxy to sit in that chair.

That proxy will be decided later only after Malaysians had kicked Najib out.

Today you will not be told who will be sitting in the prime minister’s chair.

The deputy prime minister, however, will be Kit Siang.

He will also be the finance minister so that he, as deputy prime minister, will be more powerful than the prime minister.

The prime minister, however, will be decided after the general election and only if Najib can be kicked out. – Malaysia Today

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