15 days left, for BN and PR to switch seats in parliament, according to YB DSAI of course. The clock is ticking, and PP's new YB still looks confident with his line " we(I) are(am) on track".

2 news highlights in malaysiakini (unusually dull today, i wonder why) Pakatan moots Sept 16 public holiday and PM appeals for support. DSAI sounds confident and Pak Lah panics??

"The sept 16" , one of the main factor wich holding up PR's loose coalition. We can see, they choose to put aside their diff for now because of this. If anwar fails, he'll be branded as PEMBOHONG NOMBOR SATU NEGARA and his DAP, PAS 'friends' may loose trust on his leadership. If he managed to perform this miracle, then he better be ready to face a quandary , especially from PAS's YB Hadi.

Lets see........... 15 days and counting.........


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

MY MY MY ..... BOY YOU NEVER LISTEN

YOU ARE GOING TO BE A CIVIL SERVANT, AND YOU ARE TALKING AGAINST THE FUTURE PM OF MALAYSIA....

YOU DO THE CALCULATION WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO YOU BOY.... HAHAHAHAHA

roy said...

hello Anonymous....

wont happen anything k..
u dont try to judge him...

Anonymous said...

Personaly, is not about anwar is about the system and the people, MIC just not relevant for Indians, they cant even updated their own website regularly what about Malaysian Indian? Can you pls inform your great sirs Murugesan, saravanan, subramnanian ,Shan?

Anonymous said...

Well, do we really need DSAI to be the PM. Will there be any difference in running of the country by PR. I think the current scenario whereby 1/3 of parliament is opposition is good. PR do not have the experience to manage and DSAI was one of the earliest malay leader to have started the temple demolition. I don't think DSAI has done anything good for the non-Malays while he was the DPM.
By Murthi

Anonymous said...

Do we really need DSAI to be the PM or PR to manage the country. I think the current scenario whereby 1/3 of MP from opposition is good. And I don't think DSAI has done anything for the betterment of non-Malays while he was the DPM. Anyway, he was one of the earliest Malay leaders to start the demolition of temple in Penang.
By Murthi

Anonymous said...

This little boy never listen and always in dreaming world.Doesn't matter if DSAI become PM or not but the fact is MIC failed to perform and failed to do the right thing at the right time for Malaysian Indians.....