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Tuesday, 23 January 2018

The Idiot : He will create history as the first PM to go to jail.


22nd January, 2018
MO1 (Najib) worry of losing Sabah seats, because the Wind Of Change is blowing strongly over West Malaysia. 
According to independent dry poll reports of voting trend by a number of NGOs in KL, including HK-based The Peoples Future magazine, if the general elections is to be held now, the present standing now is PH at 50%, BN 45%, and PAS 5% in West Malaysia.
Surveys made in Sabah also showed a marginal to half swing of support to the Opposition* and still continuing. 
* The reports did not specify which Opposition party but the indication points to a "former Umno vice-president led party" that is leading the electoral polls. The reports indicated further that this party has benefited substantially from the swing of the ruling govt parties' Muslim bumiputera supporters and surprisingly also this party is gaining increasing support from the local native races.
Malaysians are mostly unhappy about the followings:
1. High Cost of Living; 
2. GST & its effects;
3. Corruption practices including money- laundering;
4. Manipulation of petroleum/diesel prices;
5. Lack of Transparency in govt administration and dealings;
6. Financial wastages by BN govt;
6. 1MDB, FELDA, MARA, KWSP issues;
7. Bad economic management;
8. Drop in Malaysian ringgit value globally.

The reports also mentioned that if Najib loses Sabah which he has always considered his fixed deposit, then 22nd January, 2018
MO1 (Najib) worry of losing Sabah seats, because the Wind Of Change is blowing strongly over West Malaysia. 
According to independent dry poll reports of voting trend by a number of NGOs in KL, including HK-based The Peoples Future magazine, if the general elections is to be held now, the present standing now is PH at 50%, BN 45%, and PAS 5% in West Malaysia.
Surveys made in Sabah also showed a marginal to half swing of support to the Opposition* and still continuing. 
* The reports did not specify which Opposition party but the indication points to a "former Umno vice-president led party" that is leading the electoral polls. The reports indicated further that this party has benefited substantially from the swing of the ruling govt parties' Muslim bumiputera supporters and surprisingly also this party is gaining increasing support from the local native races.
Malaysians are mostly unhappy about the followings:
1. High Cost of Living;
2. GST & its effects;
3. Corruption practices including money- laundering;
4. Manipulation of petroleum/diesel prices;
5. Lack of Transparency in govt administration and dealings;
6. Financial wastages by BN govt;
6. 1MDB, FELDA, MARA, KWSP issues;
7. Bad economic management;
8. Drop in Malaysian ringgit value globally.
The reports also mentioned that if Najib loses Sabah which he has always considered his fixed deposit, then he will create history as the first PM to go to jail.





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