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5th Strike: Kong Hee Fatt Choy, Pak Lah

The open letter from RPK to Pak Lah one way or another in my opinion is 5th Strike to Najib. Even when on the surface RPK was targeting Pak Lah, but deep down inside I feel that RPK is targeting Najib. Well done RPK and we need to find way to stop Najib to become PM. The easiest is for Pak Lah to stay on despite he is not the president of UMNO. Who say you must be president of UMNO to become PM? I hope the parliament will vote against anymore to install Najib as PM.

Are you happy, Pak Lah, that Najib spent about RM500 million in the most expensive by-election in Malaysian history and Barisan Nasional still lost? How does this reflect on the confidence the people have in Najib? Do you know that the ‘battle-cry’ in the Kuala Terengganu by-election was the song ‘Najib Altantuya Mongolia’ sung to the tune ‘When the Saints Come Marching in’? Young Malays from the kampong who you would least expect to know this ‘Christian’ song were singing this song.

Yes, say what you like, the Kuala Terengganu by-election was not a by-election. It was a vote of no confidence against Najib. And it was the Malays who voted against Najib -- and young Malays at that, Malays from the kampong. Did not Musa Hitam and Ghafar Baba, both one-time Deputy Prime Ministers, say that Umno’s strength is in the rural areas and that Umno needs to gain the support of the kampong Malays to stay in power? Well, the kampong Malays have spoken on 21 January 2009 in the Kuala Terengganu by-election. I am just not sure whether you heard them; that’s all. If you did not then I am telling you now. The young Malays from the kampong have said no to Najib. Do you still want to ignore this message and doom Umno to the political graveyard? Read More here
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