Monday, February 16, 2009

Hannah Yeoh: Yes, Anwar

Hannah Yeoh
I understand that YB Hannah Yeoh is a good YB from the news I read in blogs or the media and the stories I hear from friends.

However, YB Hannah Yeoh must not be what the Opposition and the Rakyat has criticised Barisan Nasional for.

Have we forgotten that BN had a team of "yes-men" under Abdullah Ahmad Badawi? Leaders from Barisan Nasional are now vocal and dare to challenge the leadership (like Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin).

The Yes-Men culture in BN is fading and we are now heading back to the fair and frank days which we experienced under Dr Mahathir. [Read also: Najib adopts people-first leadership style]

Now, Pakatan Rakyat's system has evolved into what we (including PR) have criticised BN for, all these while.

Everyone has become Yes-men of Anwar Ibrahim.

I wrote an article - Hannah Yeoh living in another world on 15 February 2009. I hope YB understands where she went wrong with her latest article.

If YB Hannah Yeoh is so confident about Anwar's grand plan of Sept 16 crossovers which will make him the Prime Minister of Malaysia, why not send shivers across Barisan Nasional by announcing the list?

I am not a lawyer, but I am extremely certain that the Constitution of Malaysia does not forbid Anwar to announce the crossover list of Sept 16th [31 MPs were said to have agreed to crossover and the numbers were increasing by the hour as claimed by Anwar in September]

"The numbers are increasing by the hour, but as of now, it is in excess of 31 MPs."

I wonder the figures increased from 31 to what?

Also, Hannah's points were clearly wrong in her blog when the letter from Pakatan Rakyat to Pak Lah did not state as claimed by YB. Read Hannah Yeoh living in another world.

YB Hannah Yeoh should take the lead and publicise the list. Unless of course, the list has never existed. Show it to us, the rakyat! Don't hide behind the excuse TAKUT MATI anymore.

Why be Yes-men of Anwar Ibrahim?

A man who is:

1. an Opposition leader of Pakatan Rakyat (but party-less as highlighted by BigDog)
2. visiting fellow of a few Universities (formerly)

with a lot of money to go around the world and fund the party's campaigns in Sarawak, Sabah, and many other parts of Malaysia.

Are you not curious, Hannah? I am.

(Credits to TheStar and Daylife for the photos)

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