It’s pro-Mahathir now

 |Aug 23, 2016
Anti-Najib Campaign is now pro-Mahathir movement to generate positive vibe.
Anti-Najib Campaign is now pro-Mahathir movement to generate positive vibe.

The Anti-Najib Campaign or ANC no longer wants to be called anti-Najib.

Anti-Najib is negative. They want a positive label so that they can have a positive image.

So now we should call them pro-Mahathir and not anti-Najib. Pro-Mahathir is far better than anti-Najib.

If you oppose Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak it is not because you are anti-Najib but because you support Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad or are pro-Mahathir.

You believe in what Mahathir is doing and have always done for almost 50 years since 1969.

You believe that Mahathir can save Malaysia and is trying to oust Najib merely to save Malaysia and for no other reason.

You believe that the opposition is fragmented and is heading for destruction and that only Mahathir can save the opposition and bring unity to the opposition.

You believe that without Mahathir the opposition will never have a chance of taking over Putrajaya till the end of time.

Some Chinese, those who believe in feng shui, believe that positive labels are very important for good feng shui.

Negative labels attract bad feng shui.

This makes it even more important considering that the day Mahathir’s new party, Pribumi, was launched Mahathir had to be rushed to hospital.

These Chinese explain what happened in Terengganu in 1999.

The Terengganu Menteri Besar, Wan Mokhtar Ahmad, slipped and fell as he was entering the nomination centre in Kemaman to file his nomination papers.

Many gasped and said that this was a bad omen that this showed that Wan Mokhtar was going to lose the election.

True enough. Not only did Wan Mokhtar lose his seat but the whole state fell to PAS.

They felt Wan Mokhtar should not have contested the election and should have withdrawn. But he was stubborn and it cost Umno the whole state.

So do not underestimate feng shui.

Wan Mokhtar cost Umno a whole state for ignoring feng shui.

Many feel that when Mahathir had to be rushed to hospital the day his party was launched was also bad feng shui, and with the party president facing a sex scandal with another man’s wife, this does not improve that feng shui one bit.

So they need to help improve that feng shui by getting rid of negative labels like anti-Najib and replace them with positive labels like pro-Mahathir.

So we no longer talk about being anti-Najib or of supporting the Anti-Najib Campaign or ANC.

We now talk about all those who oppose Najib are from the pro-Mahathir movement or Pribumi.

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Source: Malaysia Today

Raja Petra Kamarudin or RPK, cousin to the Selangor Sultan, is one of Malaysia's earliest online 'citizen journalists'. He started his website in 1995 before the internet 'explosion' triggered by the Reformasi movement in September 1998. Malaysia Today was launched as a blog in August 2004 and is one of the few pioneer blogs still active and posting articles on a daily basis 24-7. RPK, 66 years old, has been writing since 1990.