Thursday, March 28, 2013

PR is ready to do battle with BN today, tomorrow, in April or May

Speech by M Kula Segaran, DAP National Vice Chairman and MP for Ipoh Barat at DAP Dinner in Teluk Intan on Wednesday, March 27, 2013

PR is  ready to do battle with BN today, tomorrow, in April or May

Former finance minister Tun Daim recently told the New Sunday Times that although Najib was doing a “fairly good job”, but the Prime Minister was carrying “too many deadwoods” and should therefore should drop non-performers.

It has been almost 4 years since Najib became the nation’s sixth Prime Minister and he has talked much about reformation and transformation.

But yet to day Tun Daim has said that his Cabinet is saddled with deadwood.

Today, former Prime Minister Tun Mahathir backed Tun Daim’s view that the prime minister’s administration was saddled with political “deadwood”.

This only shows the farcical part of Naïb’s so called political reforms and transformation.

If Najib has been serious about political reform, the first thing he ought to have done long ago is to remove all the deadwoods.

This is a clear sign that Najib lacks the political will and boldness to carry out meaningful and necessary reforms which will make Malaysia a better nation.

4 years will soon go by, corruption continues to be rampant, IPCMC has not been implemented.

Unfair and unjust policies which have prevented Malaysians from having equal place under the Malaysian sun continue to be in place.

Despite the nation’s high national debt, Najib is still dishing out cash incentives for the sole purpose of fishing for votes.

But with the availability abundant information and political messages from the alternative media, the people can now see clearly “apa itu intan dan apa itu kaca”.

The prevalent wind of change is a strong and clear sign that Malaysians who have waited long enough for political change are prepared to bring about a total change in the coming general election.

The indecisive, kiasu and kiasi Prime Minister can delay dissolving the Parliament but the extra time that he has out of the delay will not change the people’ determination to change.

Minister in the Prime Minister’s department Datuk Nazri has said that Opposition is being jittery and afraid of election.

Let it be known that the Opposition is neither jittery nor afraid.

PR is  ready to do battle with BN today, tomorrow, in April, or May.

And the rakyat are ready for change!

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