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Friday, May 31, 2019

Pakatan Harapan’s Good Days Are Now Gone

But what is even more important is that all those factors that helped Pakatan Harapan win 5.5 million votes no longer exist. In just one year all those ‘contributing factors’ are gone. Nothing of what Pakatan Harapan said will happen if they won the general election happened. And if the general election was held again today, the result is going to be entirely different from May last year.

THE CORRIDORS OF POWER
Raja Petra Kamarudin
As follows were the results of the May 2018 general election or GE14.
Note the following:
  1. Pakatan Harapan (PPBM, PKR, Amanah and DAP) won zero seats in Terengganu and Kelantan. The bulk of the seats were won by PAS.
  2. Pakatan Harapan did well for the parliament seats in Kedah but for the state seats they won exactly 50%. PAS and BN combined won the balance 50%.
  3. In Perak, Pakatan Harapan won a majority of two parliament seats and one seat less it would have been 50:50. For the state seats, PAS and Umno combined won one more seat than Pakatan Harapan, 30 versus 29 for Pakatan.
This is supposed to be the best Pakatan Harapan will ever perform and from here it is going to be downhill due to a number of factors.
First of all, Umno was arrogant. They did not think they needed PAS — and had Umno and PAS collaborated they would most likely be the state governments for Kedah and Perak.
Secondly, Barisan Nasional was fed false intel and was led to believe they were going to win at least 135 parliament seats. In fact, other intel indicated Barisan would win less than 90 seats but the higher-ups preferred to believe the 135-seats intel rather than the less than 90-seats intel.
We believe this false intel was an ‘inside job’ — Umno people who were agents of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad working to bring down Umno and Barisan Nasional.
In fact, even before GE14, PAS and Umno were already ‘talking’ but there were some people in the Umno inner circle who sabotaged the effort. For example, they reported to Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak that there had been a series of successful meetings between PAS and Umno when in reality they did not hold even one meeting right up to Polling Day.
Then come the famous Pakatan Harapan election promises that helped swing a lot of votes.
Life would be fantastic. The cost of living would be low. The Felda settlers were going to be rich beyond their wildest dreams. The GST would be abolished and no other taxes would be introduced to replace the GST. Toll charges would be abolished. Lynas would be closed down. Corruption would be zero. Najib and Rosmah Mansor would be sent to jail for all the murders committed in Malaysia, or at least five or six murders, and for stealing RM42-52 billion of 1MDB’s money. Petrol would be reduced to RM1.50 per litre. The ECRL would be aborted. The bloated 1.6 million civil service would be trimmed to less than 1.3 million to reduce the RM100 billion every year that the country needs to pay for the bloated civil service.
And because of all those promises, Pakatan Harapan won 5.5 million votes (or 45.7% of the votes) against 6 million votes (or 50.59%) for Barisan Nasional and PAS combined (or 4.5 million votes or 37.7% for just Umno and PAS combined).
The bottom line is, PPBM, DAP, PKR and Amanah combined won only 5.5 million or 45.7% of the votes while 6.5 million or 54% of the voters did not vote for Pakatan Harapan.
So, to say Pakatan Harapan is supported by the majority of 33 million Malaysians (like what the Pakatan Harapan people keep repeating) is a lie. Out of 33 million Malaysians (or 19 million Malaysians who are eligible to vote), Pakatan Harapan won only 5.5 million votes. And 5.5 million out of 19 million or 33 million does not give Pakatan Harapan bragging rights.
But what is even more important is that all those factors that helped Pakatan Harapan win 5.5 million votes no longer exist. In just one year all those ‘contributing factors’ are gone. Nothing of what Pakatan Harapan said will happen if they won the general election happened. And if the general election was held again today, the result is going to be entirely different from May last year.

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