Sunday, March 08, 2009

Shadow Cabinet

The political tsunami slapped Barisan Nasional hard on the face. The Opposition has never been stronger than this term.

Today is the anniversary of the political tsunami.

Yet, the former abuse of power and corruption convict, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, managed to avoid the grand prize of the two-party democratic system in Malaysia.

Where is the shadow Cabinet, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim?
  • If you think the religious affairs in Malaysia are not properly managed by Barisan Nasional's Minister, then what solutions can your Shadow Minister offer?

  • If you think the PPSMI case can be better handled, then what solutions can your Shadow Education Minister offer? Even more curious, what is your stand on the PPSMI case?
  • If you think the RM 10 billion second stimulus package is not enough, then what can your Shadow Finance Minister offer?
  • If you think the water and electricity policies are unsatisfactory, then what can your Shadow Utilities Minister offer?
  • If you think the toll concessions can be better handled, then what can your Shadow Works Minister offer?
  • If you think Najib Tun Razak is not a proper successor to Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as Prime Minister of Malaysia, then what can your Shadow Deputy Prime Minister (s) offer?

Sadly, I see shadows of Pakatan Rakyat's politicians only, not Shadow Ministers.

  • When it comes to religious affairs, PAS politicians are not holding hands among themselves and walk down the road. What more to say, the lukewarm relationship between PAS and DAP?
  • When it comes to the water deals, it seems that Khalid Ibrahim is telling the Barisan Nasional Government to takeover the water company and continue to fulfill the election promises of Parti Keadilan Rakyat in Selangor.
  • When it comes to the economy, it seems that DAP leaders are doing the talking, but the Shadow Prime Minister of Malaysia continue his soprano of conspiracies.
  • When it comes to power struggles, only Anwar Ibrahim is the benevolent and righteous leader of Malaysia.
  • Yet, people disregard the elusive question - Who will succeed Anwar Ibrahim as Prime Minister and who will be his Ministers? - if Pakatan Rakyat is in power.

Him?

Or him?


Possibly him. AFP: Malaysia's Anwar calls for emergency no-confidence vote in PM , Hadi mahu Abdullah kekal PM selepas Mac .


Anwar has avoided the topic of "Shadow Cabinet" for so long. We cannot entrust a Government to him just because he rides on popularity of conspiracies.

Anwar must answer and produce a prominent list of Shadow Ministers and more importantly, the Shadow Deputy Prime Minister.


(Credits to Daylife.com, Apanama2020, Thestar for the photos)



3 comments:

Cucu Tok Selampit said...

Indeed you're right, Wei Liang. He should do it on the day he announce he wanna take over the government via back door. The victory in PRU12 is a bonus to them.I don't think that they have deep plans on what you've suggesting in your posting.

AuntyKu said...

They got no answers Wei Liang. So far he ony plays to the gallery but the truoble is some stupid people blindly absolutely hang on to his every word. Ony those who are objective like you can see through him.

Anonymous said...

How can anyone in his/her right mind ever believe him? He says one thing and does another. He says "We will only act on solid evidence" when the accusations/allegations are against him and his people. But he goes around accusing DS Najib of every crime without ever providing solid evidence.

To those who hang on to his every word and action, wake up, just wake. He is not what you think he is. He is not the Great Hope; rather, he is the Great Hoax.

AYAH