Thank God for Pakatan Habuan

TTF: Two billion-ringgit scandals rocking the only two Pakatan run states, and yet, they’re calling Najib a kelptocrat. Thus far, we’ve heard of the RM6.3 billion Penang Undersea Tunnel Mega-scam, the RM1.18 billion Ijok land-scam and the RM31.5 billion nineties forex scandal. We’ve seen the evidence, we’ve heard the testimonies. 

And what do they have to show for claims against Najib and 1MDB?

Nothing. Absolutely nothing

The Malaysian Observer

Sometimes in life it is difficult to appreciate what you have until you place it next to what you might get.

So in that regard Malaysians are fortunate in having the unique opportunity to look at the chaos that surrounds DAP-led Pakatan so that the can see what they don’t want out of their government leadership.

DAP-led Pakatan has trouble even with their seat allocations so it is no surprise that it had taken them so long to come up with names for their prime minister and deputy prime minister designates.

From Pakatan Harapan’s own disarray in trying to operate as a coalition it does not take a stretch of the imagination to see what would happen, if they were to ever run the government; more stagnation and chaos!

The government while not perfect has not been running around like a chicken devoid of its head nor has it wasted the rakyat’s money on projects like the undersea tunnel.


Could the project be a big scam?

The underwater tunnel farce may prove to be yet another ill advised move by the present Penang Menteri Besar Lim Guan Eng like that of his ‘Bungled Bungalow’.

For the government’s part, the Prime Minister has taken both a systematic and pragmatic approach toward Malaysia’s growth. As a result, global investment shows confidence in what the Barisan Nasional government is achieving.

Barisan Nasional provides ExperienceStability and Growth!

DAP-led Pakatan offers IndecisionChaos and fabrications.

So in that regard one must say thank goodness for Pakatan Harapan as their indecisiveness, chaos and propensity for fabricatjon gives Malaysians a unique opportunity to see how they would ruin Malaysia, if they formed the government.

Source: The Malaysian Observer



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