Today is the 5th year since last general election on March 8th 2008. The parliamentary term is about to end and general election is around the corner. any time now. It may have some impact on sabah election.
The big clash in Lahad Datu right now has led to a lot of perceptions from various sides especially from opposition leaders.
Dozens of accusations thrown to BN/UMNO especially Datuk Seri Najib to fuse up rakyat’s hate against him.
Not enough with Tian Chua’s statement claiming that the Lahad Datu invasion is just UMNO’s drama, some of their supporters even insulted our national heroes who died by saying things such as their death is worthless, government slaves etc.
Before we make any more assumptions on this tragedy, it would be better for us to look at the analysis made by political watchdogs from inside and outside of Malaysia regarding this issue.
They think that the actions of opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim meeting up with main leader of Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), Nur Misuari actually influenced Sulu army to head over to Sabah.
The analysis is based on reports made by international media such as Reuters and Philippine military intelligence agency. They, among others, claimed that Anwar is the backbone behind the attack triggered by those armed invaders.
However, the question is, why would Anwar do such a thing? This is because, according to the analysis, the opposition do not have any confidence on the support of Sabahan in terms of them rejecting BN/UMNO.
And if the opposition fail to get any support from people of Sabah, this would ruin Anwar’s hope to take over Putrajaya. That is why, such plan is taken.
All in all, Sabah has 25 Parliamentary seats, and the opposition is said to will only be able to get Kota Kinabalu seat. The rest is still unknown due to a few factors such as wide range of areas, the fraction of voters etc. Without any knowledge on it, Anwar definitely would not want to gamble with his luck.
So, something must be done so that chaos can be triggered in Sabah which would force leaders to announce state of emergency. If Sabah is under state of emergency, this would stop the state from going through GE.
With that, BN/UMNO would need to proceed with separate election in Sabah, which could provide the advantage to Anwar so that he could focus on seats which he could win to ensure that BN will lose in GE13. To avoid from being attacked, Anwar uses the issue of giving identity cards as the escape point for his evil plan.
Not just that, Sulu people who are residing in Sabah is estimated at 60,000 people. That is why, the attack made on those invaders could just lead towards sympathy among Sabahans, which then led to their rage against the government.
This approach is seen as advantage to Anwar as it could provide more support for him. That is how detailed he is to ensure that he will become the next Prime Minister of Malaysia.
Perkembangan 7pm Di Kawasan Amcorp Mall
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NIZAM ZAIN, JAMILAH HAMZAH, MUHAMMAD SHAMSUL ABD GHANI
25 Mei 2013