Why should Najib care?

Najib should not worry about what the white skins (or brown and yellow skins) in the UK, the US, Australia, and so on, think of him. What is important is what the 82,000 or so Pekan voters think of him. Maybe roughly 60,000 voters will come out to vote so Najib has to make sure he gets at least 40,000 of those votes. That is all that matters, the 82,000 Pekan voters, not the white skins (or brown and yellow skins) in the UK, the US, Australia, etc.

THE CORRIDORS OF POWER 

Raja Petra Kamarudin

Foreign anti-government bloggers such as Australian Hussein Abdul Hamid and British Clare Rewcastle Brown love talking about how unpopular Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak is amongst the foreigners. The fact that foreign journalists in the UK, the US, Australia, and so on, condemn Najib, Umno, Barisan Nasional, the Malaysian government, the New Economic Policy, the Malay special privileges, etc., is testimony of their deep hatred for the country.

At this late stage in the game, Najib should not worry about what the white skins think of him. After all, white skins (and brown or yellow skins who live in white skin countries) hate Umno and Barisan Nasional and everything in any way associated with the government. And none of these people are registered voters in Pekan or in any of other 221 parliamentary constituencies.

To these white skins — or the brown and yellow skins who live in white countries — everything white is great and everything Asian (or African) is bad. That is why most of the one million Malaysians who live outside Malaysia are anti-Umno, anti-Barisan Nasional and anti-government. Why do you think the opposition is raising money and is organising transportation for these people to return to Malaysia to vote? They know the majority of the votes of the overseas Malaysians will go to the opposition pact.

I like to use the analogy of the three pizza shops to explain this. One has the sign ‘The Best Pizza in the World’. The other has the sign ‘The Best Pizza in the Country’. And the third has the sign ‘The Best Pizza on this Street’. Guess why there is a long queue outside the pizza shop that has the sign ‘The Best Pizza on this Street’?

So Najib should not worry about what the white skins (or brown and yellow skins) in the UK, the US, Australia, and so on, think of him. What is important is what the 82,000 or so Pekan voters think of him. Maybe roughly 60,000 voters will come out to vote so Najib has to make sure he gets at least 40,000 of those votes. That is all that matters, the 82,000 Pekan voters, not the white skins (or brown and yellow skins) in the UK, the US, Australia, etc.

Next, Najib has to worry about the Malay voters in the Malay heartland and the Bumiputera or native voters in Sabah and Sarawak in about 155 of the 222 parliament seats all over Malaysia. The Chinese and Indians (and many Malays as well) in 67 of the urban seats are still going to hate Najib, Umno, Barisan Nasional and the government whatever you might do for them.

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