Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Projections of a hustler extraordinaire - Lee Kuan Yew

I agree with Singapore's minister mentor Lee Kuan Yew on this one:

He describes Pakatan Rakyat as nothing more than an “opportunistic and ad hoc group not held together by even a vaguely coherent set of ideas but by a common desire to unseat the Government”.

For a leader, who has been described as visionary, an entrepreneur and hustler extraordinaire, his projections about the rag tag Malaysian opposition pact holds much weight and credibility.

Riding only on a singular platform, i.e. to unseat BN, the DAP, PKR and PAS are throwing caution to the wind, without regards to what they will do should they succeed.

Only an incorrigible idiot will believe that they have what it takes to hold Malaysia together and push it further into the positive.

PAS knows what it wants, and so does PKR and the DAP; each will not give way to the extremes of the other.

Despite the denials, deep within themselves the stalwarts on all sides know the mess they are recklessly leading their faithful flock into.

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