8 August 2012

Anwar mahu kumpul pemimpin katak

ANWAR mahu kumpul pemimpin katak. Mungkin Ketua Pembangkang itu melihat sejarah kejatuhan kerajaan Sabah, kerana tindakan pemimpin katak.

Anwar lupa sekali air bah maka sekali pantai berubah. Tidak selamanya pemimpin katak boleh mengubah kerajaan.

Anwar akan ke Sabah lagi pada 12 ogos, kononnya ada perkhabaran baik bagi pihaknya kerana ada pemimpin katak menyertai pembangkang.

Dua hari lalu, pemimpin yang didesas desuskan akan menyertai Pembangkang-Tan Sri Bernad Dompok, telah menafikan sekeras-kerasnya, bahawa ada lagi pemimpin Upko akan keluar selepas Bumburing dan Majiol Mahap. Malah Dompok menegaskan, bahawa kemahuan parti itu hanya tercapai melalui BN.

Hanya satu perjuangan Upko, yakni penubuhan RCI berkaitan dengan pendatang; permintaan itu telahpun dipersetuji, malah terma dan syaratnya akan diumumkan oleh Perdana Menteri pada Sabtu (11-Ogos-2012). Najib akan melakukan lawatan ke Sabah bermula Sabtu ini.

Di kalangan BN dan akar umbi penyokong BN, impak penyertaan dua wakil rakyat BN-Lajim Ukin dan Welfred Bumburing ke pihak pembangkang 29 Julai lalu, tidak berimpak, kerana selepas hampir 10 hari keluarnya mereka, tiadapun tanda-tanda keluarnya beramai-ramai penyokong BN bagi mengikuti jejak mereka.

Apa yang ada, rata-rata komen menunjukkan tidak menyokong tindakan itu; keccualilah komen daripada pihak pembangkang sendiri.

Walaupun ada komen positif daripada pihak pembangkang berhubung tindakan Lajim dan Bumburing, namun ramai juga menolaknya secara diam-diam, kerana kemasukan mereka merupakan saingan mereka dalam kepimpinan.

13 comments:

Harryzan Aming said...

dulu Anwar offer jawatan TPM kepada YTL sehingga la YTL membawa keluar sapp keluar dari BN, tapi masih juga Anwar kekal sebagai ketua umum Pakatan Rakyat.. masih juga membangkang sehingga ke hari ini..

Harryzan Aming said...

Anwar tidak ada pilihan lain selain menggunakan strategi jijik dengan menghasut pemimpin2 BN keluar dari parti itu.. Anwar sendiri gagal menarik sokongan rakyat di negeri ini.. beliau jarang sekali membawa isu2 Sabah ke peringkat nasional malah kalau beliau datang ke Sabah pun sekadar berkempen untuk puji diri beliau dan merayu minta rakyat bagi sokongan kepada beliau..

Kris Jr said...

Biarlah Anuwar kumpul pemimpin katak di Sabah, yang belum tentu menang lagi.

Kris Jr said...

Ketua Menteri Datuk Musa Aman berkata ketiadaan Lajim dan Bumburing tidak mengugatkan BN terutama di masa persediaan menghadapi PRU13.

DorianG said...

Anwar thinks he is gathering all of the frog to serve his cause, but in plain sight he failed to see that there are internal rifts within the opposition that could compromise their goal to achieve victory in the coming general election. When announcing his departure from BN over the weekend, Lajim, a federal deputy minister, also stated his intention to field his men in 17 of the state’s 25 parliamentary seats in the coming election. This will serve only to clash with the PR-SAPP power-sharing deal. Sabah DAP chief Jimmy Wong said the party was willing to be “flexible” in seat negotiation, despite noting that DAP has its sights set on fielding candidates in 20 of the state’s 60 state seats.

DorianG said...

When asked if SAPP would be willing to back down should either Lajim or Bumburing push to field their choice of candidates in a greater share of seats, Yong said this was not part of the opposition’s agenda. Yong’s SAPP has been pushing hard for its emotive “Sabah for Sabahans” agenda, which it says means that administrative control over the state known as the “Land below the wind” must remain in the hands of a local party. This clearly showed that SAPP is not willing to cede their position to both Lajim and bumburing in order to maintain their 'agenda'.

DorianG said...

Another opposition party, STAR (State Reform Party), led by 65-year-old political veteran Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan, is also singing the same tune but The Malaysian Insider understands that its seat negotiation with PR has yet to be resolved. While SAPP’s Yong admitted that STAR has local advantage in some of Sabah’s interiors, a local PR leader revealed that the newly-formed political front may contest against PR during the polls. This only indicated that again the anti-Malaya sentiment is rife within STAR and therefore a united opposition front is immposible. STAR is creating a second front and this will give an advantage to BN.

DorianG said...

Federal seats in east Malaysia’s Sabah and Sarawak are expected to be BN’s focal point come the general election as both states, including the federal territory of Labuan, contribute a significant 57 seats, or 25 per cent of the 222 Parliamentary seats available. BN’s saving grace was in Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan where the coalition trounced the opposition and made a near-clean sweep, winning 55 parliamentary seats to the opposition’s two. The alast minute switch of allegiance by both Lajim and Bumburing will create more complications for the opposition side thus giving BN the upper hand for the coming election.

Sanih Alias said...

Bukan begitu. PR adalah parti bundal BN Sebenarnya. Kebanyakkan ahli BN yang keluar pasti menyertai PR. Macam BN ini supplier kepada PR bah.

Ian Cooper said...

Setakat mendapat pemimpin recycle dari BN pun sudah cukup menggembirakan Anwar tapi belum tentu mereka dapat membantu dalam kemenangan masa PRU nanti.

mantera said...

pemimpin katak paling manang iaitu jeffrey dah keluar dari PKR, jadi Anwar terpaksa cari pemimpin katak lain.

mantera said...

baguslah kumpul pemimpin katak ramai2.. tubuh parti katak lepas ni.

Topsteel Machinery Enterprise said...

hha..stuju dgn mantera,tgok srwak x durg sdri yg urus negerinya

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