These days it seems like Pakatan Harapan is one big bowl of confusion. There was confusion over BR1M; first against it, then later for it.
Then there was confusion over the Goods and Services Tax (GST). DAP-led Pakatan Harapan said that if they were to win the 14th general election, they would get rid of the GST;
Later on when they (Pakatan Harapan) realized that they had no other financial resource to replace the money that the GST generated they said that they would retain it.
There is also the issue of Tun Mahathir being an enemy to Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led Pakatan; and now he and Parti Pribumi Satu Malaysia (PPBM) are not only members in of the opposition collection referred to as DAP-led Pakatan, but he (Tun Mahathir is also vying to be the coalition’s Prime Minister designate.
Adding further to the confusion, there is Lim Kit Siang who previously spewed venom at Tun Mahathir during Tun Mahathir’s time as Prime Minister and argued vehemently over Malaysia’s BNM forex scandal.
Today, Lim Kit Siang is said have made a secret pact with Tun Mahathir; and with respect to the BNM forex scandal; there has not been a peep or a whisper from the mouth of the de-facto DAP-led shadow leader since his and Tun Mahathir’s nuptials.
But then again, Lim Kit Siang does keep eerily when he has personal interest at stake; just look at how he has kept silent on calls for his son (Lim Guan Eng) to step down as Penang Menteri Besar.
Pakatan Harapan has even shown confusion over who their Prime Minister designate should be; They have vetted the names of former deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, the Japanese fan seat warmer Datuk Dr. Wan Azizah Ismail, jailed former de-faco opposition leader Datuk Anwar Ibrahim.
Along with those names you have Tun Mahathir who has caused even further confusion in DAP-led Pakatan when he offered himself at 92 years of age as the opposition coalition’s Prime Minister designate.
Tun Mahathir is confused into believing that he can effectively bring Malays out to vote for Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led opposition even though he could not get them out to vote for the DAP-led opposition in Sarawak, Kuala Kangsar or Sungai Besar!
Rounding out our list of confused DAP personages in DAP-led Pakatan there is also Datuk Anwar Ibrahim who also seems to be confused about what he is actually in jail for.
With all the above, there is little wonder why Lim Kit Siang wants Malays to focus on things like rings
He (Lim Kit Siang) and his DAP-led Pakatan opposition want to divert attention away from Pakatan Harapan’s Bowl of Confusion!