A stronger political tsunami can happen in the coming general election and cause BN to suffer its worst ever electoral disaster in Johor.
MCA President Datuk Seri Chua Soi Lek has been making lots of attacks on the DAP and warning voters to think twice before voting Pakatan Rakyat.
He has played the card of fear, warning the Chinese community that PAS will the boss in Pakatan Rakyat and that there will be hudud laws and Islamic state if PR comes to federal power.
PR policies are spelt out clearly in our Buku Jingga and Election Manifesto. So everyone can see through Chua’s lies.
Now Chua is using a new tactic, telling the Chinese that DAP only gives false hopes.
Let me ask Chua what hopes has MCA given to the people despite having been in the government for more than 55 decades?
Chua should know that MCA has long been seen as a party that cannot provide any real hope to the people.
In fact, in the coming general election, not only Chua is going to create record by being the first MCA president who will not be to contest any seat because he is an unwinnable candidate, other MCA candidates will also have to bank on the Prime Minister’s personal electoral appeal.
Can the Prime Minister save MCA candidates and BN fortress—state of Johor?
Undoubtedly, Johor has always been the fortress of BN and MCA.
But if the political tsunami of the 2008 general election could cause BN to lose Perak, Kedah, Penang and Selangor states, a stronger tsunami can happen in the coming general election and can cause BN to suffer its worst ever electoral disaster in Johor.
There is no doubt that the wind of change is blowing in Johor. The question is how strong will be the wind of change come the polling day.
DAP MP for Bukit Bendera Sdr Liew Chin Tong has recently made an analysis about possible PR’s showing in Johore in the coming general election.
He has said:
From purely mathematic simulations, here are the possible scenarios in Johor (assuming Indian support for Pakatan is constant): ~
- Malay support at 25%, Chinese support at 65%, Pakatan will win just 1 parliamentary seat in Johor;
- Malay support at 30%, Chinese support at 70%, Pakatan will win 6 seats;
- Malay support at 30%, Chinese support at 75%, Pakatan will win 12 seats;
- Malay support at 35%, Chinese support at 75%, Pakatan will win 16 seats;
- Malay support at 35%, Chinese support at 80%, Pakatan will win 20 seats.”
Feedback shows that the Malay and Chinese support for PR in Johor have reached 30 % and 75 %. Our Johor comrades are confident that the support will continue to grow and peak on polling day if our message of hope can effectively reach all voters.
So BN last fortress can be captured. Let’s all work hard and spread the message of hope.
Finally , if Chua Soi Lek does not know what benefits can DAP Ubah message bring to the people, I suggest that he reads PR’s Buku Jingga and Election Manifesto.