Tuesday, 9 September 2008

THE END IS NIGH FOR UMNO / BN



ANWAR IBRAHIM

WILL BE MALAYSIA'S PM SOON








PAKATAN RAKYAT


THE PEOPLES' ALLIANCE


MALAYSIA'S ONLY HOPE FOR THE FUTURE


The next week or so will be busy for Anwar Ibrahim, his sodomy trial opens on Wednesday and the political coalition he leads, Pakatan Rakyat is certain to seize control of federal government on, or about, 16th September 2008.

The hijacking of some BN back-bench MPs to Taiwan, and possible ‘monetary political inducements’ whilst they are there may cause a slight delay, but fear not, sources high in PR have clearly stated that they have the required number of MPs who will definitely defect from BN to PR.

Soon after the BN, enforced compulsory holiday and incentive, tour group return from Taiwan, there will be an announcement from PR that the majority of Malaysians are eagerly awaiting.

“THE END OF THE UNMO / BN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT”

After his landslide victory in Permatang Pauh, enabled his return to Parliament after an absence of a decade, there is no stopping Anwar, the former deputy prime minister in the lead-up to 16th September 2008.

Now that Joseph Kurup is no longer a BN MP* after his election was declared ‘nul & void`, therefore as of now, BN has only 139 MPs compared with Pakatan Rakyat's 82, so to obtain` a simple majority, PR only needs another 29 MPs.

*[Joseph Kurup is no longer a deputy minister following the Kota Kinabalu High Court’s decision to declare null and void his election as the unopposed winner of the Pensiangan parliamentary seat.

DPM Najib Razak said on Monday, 8th September 2008, that a deputy minister must come from among members of parliament.]


The maths is simple: Total MPs 222

BN currently (8th September 2008) has 139 MPs, when BN loses 29 by defections it will be left with only 139-29 = 110 MPs

PR will then have 82 + 29 = 111 MPs


So on, or soon, after '916' (16th September 2008) Pakatan Rakyat will have control of the federal government of Malaysia.


Vires acquirit eundo



It gains strength by going as it goes


1 comment:

Antares said...

I'm already quietly celebrating in my heart. Thanks for the very positive vibes. My gut feeling is there will be more than 40 crossovers - a surprising number from Umno itself, including some key players.