TTF: You’d be a fool to believe anything team Azmin Ali says (see news item below).
Seriously, was it not me who told you in 2015 that Mahathir planned to become the next Prime Minister of Malaysia? Did I not also tell you in April the next year that plans were afoot to establish a Third Force and a new party? Now, tell me, was I not right on all counts?
So please, believe me when I say that it is Mahathir who got Azmin to stage the so called ‘rejection’ by Selangor Pakatan. By pulling such stunts, the former premier got the Selangor Menteri Besar to slingshot his ‘dissatisfaction’ at Wan Azizah by showing PKR members just how lousy she is. Subliminally, that registers in the minds of voters as a sign that Azmin ‘dares’ go against his party president’s wishes.
The more the Menteri Besar pulls such stunts, the more people will think of him as a powerful leader even the PKR president dares not touch, which, for the record, is the truth. You see, Wan Azizah can’t afford to go against Azmin as the latter is secretly allied to Mahathir. Both she and Lim Kit Siang desperately need the former premier to help Pakatan march into Putrajaya this coming GE14.
Which is why, Azmin has a free pass to say or do whatever he likes even if it is to his president’s detriment. Slowly but surely, PKR members are beginning to see that the party would be better of in the Menteri Besar’s hands than it currently is in Wan Azizah’s. Then, right after GE14 is over, Azmin will lead a mass defection by getting as many PKR MP’s as he can to join PPBM.
See the plan?
KUALA LUMPUR: Selangor PKR rejected today Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) nomination of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as its prime minister candidate.
Selangor PKR communications head Hizwan Ahmad said that with his party’s track record in governing Selangor, whose mentri besar is PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Azmin Ali, it was strange that the coalition did not select its PM-elect from PKR.
“The Selangor government is proof that PKR can bring about change in the administration, championing peace and prosperity.
“We find it odd that despite our long fight together and our proven extraordinary records, the party was unable to select our own leader as the prime minister candidate,” he said.
A few young activists recently mooted Azmin, who is also Selangor PH chairman, at a forum last Friday as their choice for prime minister ahead of the 14th general elections this year.
Hizwan said Malaysian youths wanted a new and fresh-faced leader to steer the country into the right direction.
He said as Malaysia enters a new era, a far-sighted and effective mind is needed to help the country progress.
“Millennials certainly want to see a fresh character, rich in farsightedness and effective to bring the country out of the catastrophic damages induced by the Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN) leadership,” he said.
“Total reform must be enforced in all respects — in the country’s systems, policies, administrators and its administration.”
He said that although Selangor PKR did not agree with former prime minister and current Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia chairman Dr Mahathir as PH’s prime minister-elect, they still respected the decision of PH’s highest leadership and vowed to continue their fight against BN in the upcoming election.
Source: The Malay Mail Online