I challenge MCA to list its political results and achievements if it thinks it deserves the people’s support
The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib’s talk about number 11, his favorite number, has fueled speculation that the next general election will likely be held in November.
Speaking at a Sabah function yesterday, he had said that the double digits were “significant” this year because 2012 is the 66th year of Umno, with Malaysia marking the 55th year of Merdeka and Sabah Umno notching 22 years.
“All these numbers could be multiplied by 11,” he said. “Six times 11 equals 66, five times 11 equals 55 and 2 times 11 equals 22. The factor of 11 appears in all. It is unique and good”, he was quoted as saying.
Was he giving a strong hint about a November general election?
When a person becomes desperate, he will tend to look for all possible factors that he believes can help him. Better luck is certainly one factor Najib wants to ask for.
I will not be totally surprised if the next general election falls on November 11.
In May last year, after speaking in a one hour special appearance at the Hot FM radio station , He had said in jest that the nation’s 13 th general election could fall on a day or month containing his favorite number – the number 11.
When speaking at the programme, Najib had revealed t the significance of the number 11 to him.
His father, the late Tun Razak Hussein, he said, was born on March 11, 1922, while his mother Tun Rahah Noah was born on June 11, 1933.
His first son’s birthday falls on the 11th and Umno was formed on May 11, 1946. Najib was also the 11th Menteri Besar of Pahang, holding the post between 1982 and 1986, and he is also the 11th Orang Kaya Indera Shah Bandar.
Will he have good luck if he holds the general election in November, even on November 11?
I believe that more and more people now believe that the RAHMAN prophecy is going to become true and Najib will need more than just luck.
Najib has been the nation’s sixth prime minister for more than 3 years but has he brought about A Better Malaysia for All?
The answer is a big No and that is why the mood of change which brought about the 308 political tsunami has continued to prevail till today.
The next general election is certainly going to be the most important one in the nation’s history. And it will be the dirtiest one too.
Malaysians must therefore be aware of the dirty tactics employed and lies spread by BN.
The desperate MCA has for the past few months harped on the hudud law issue in the hope of frightening the non Malay voters.
Hudud law and Islamic State are not Pakatan Rakyat agenda and policies. MCA’s attempt is merely a tactic to divert attention from the real issues.
If MCA thinks that it deserves the support of the Chinese community, it should tell the Chinese voters what lessons the BN has learned from the 308 political tsunami and what MCA has done for the community since the 2008 general election.
I challenge MCA to list its political results and achievements if it thinks it deserves the people’s support.
I call on Malaysians to rise on the occasion and vote a new Putrajaya government at the next general election so as to bring about A Better Malaysia for ALL.