It is some what amusing on how the closer we get to the 14th general election the more pure rubbish is coming from DAP-led Pakatan. We learned this week how Rafidah Aziz utilized her stealth detective skills to locate the elusive luxury yacht Equanimity.
Of course like in everything else; timing is everything. With the 14th general election just a short time away, more than few quisical smiles have been produced over what claimed to have found.
Blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin in his ‘THE CORRIDORS OF POWER’ wrote:
It seems that if her funds ever run dry, Rafidah Aziz can always take out advertising that reads; If you lost it, I’ll find it!
Perhaps this locator of missing things can help Tun Mahathir remember why he sacked his then deputy prime minister Datuk Anwar Ibrahim; because it seems that he is becoming somewhat blurred over the reason(s).
It seems that only as Tun Mahathir faces electoral defeat that he is will to play one of his few remaining Anwar Ibrahim cards; feigning regret over sacking him!
Funny how he never said that during those media handshakes with Anwar or in the time thereafter.
No doubt making such a statement caused Mahathir’s stomach turn up in knots. However, that acid reflux experience will pale in comparison to when he will have to play his last Anwar Ibrahim card and U-turn on his stating that Anwar is not morally fit to be Prime Minister of Malaysia.
Then Tun Mahathir will forced to say that Anwar Ibrahim did not engage in Sodomy in the past.
So why would Mahathir do all of that?
He needs Malay votes and he has run out of 1Malaysia Development Berhad tricks to try and fool the Malays. As a result he is only left with playing his Anwar cards.
Let’s face reality, if Mahathir did not have a son that he so desperately wants to be Prime Minister, there is no way he (Mahathir) would ever join up with Lim Kit Siang (DAP), do hand shakes one and two with Anwar or ever admit that he made a mistake in sacking him.
Now with the approaching GE14 election, Mahathir cannot seen to find reasons for his past decisions. Perhaps that is where Rafidah Aziz’s If you lost it, I’ll find it career comes in handy.
Note Rafidah; an online check of Mahathir’s past remarks and videos about Anwar should privide enough ti jog his memory.