Kesian, No More Rakyat Come To PH's Ceramah.

Oktober 09, 2017 Admin 0 Comments

Pakatan Harapan Johor was launched last week where they say 1,000 people attended.
The launching ceremony in Tampoi featured big names like Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Lim Kit Siang, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, Salahudin Ayub and Datuk Saifuddin Nasution.
It seemed like a rather low-key affair given the coalition’s ambitions in Johor. In fact, it was little more than a ceramah apart from some fireworks lighting up the sky towards the end.
The crowd would have been more impressed had the speakers indicated what they intend to do in Johor that is different from what the Barisan Nasional government is doing. It would also have lit a spark if they had dropped hints about potential mentri besar candidates.
People voted with their emotions in 2013 without caring which party or individual would lead the state or country. The signs this time around are that they will be more discriminating about candidates and leadership.
Instead, the speakers dished out the usual fare – kleptocracy, demonising the Prime Minister and his wife, accusing PAS of accepting dedak and lots of colourful name-calling. And they managed to collect only RM5,117 from the crowd.
Pakatan leaders have shown that they are experts at criticising others but they need to convince voters that they can provide a better alternative to what Johoreans have now.


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