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Anwar and Fairus November 26, 2008

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We have not heard and seen Anwar Ibrahim, his antics and political drama for quite sometime now.

After he failed on September 16, he had been tight lipped about his political future and dreams to become Prime Minister.

I believe Anwar is attempting to cook up another drama to fool Malaysians again. As we all know, many Malaysians are gullible and easy to be fooled. They believe in whatever Anwar said.

They refuse to use logic and common sense to differentiate between reality and fantasy. Anyway, we cannot change them.

Except for his infrequent appearances on TV to face his second sodomy charge, Anwar has been quite in the political scene.

After electing Anwar to become Permatang Pauh MP, voters have not sighted him in his constituency. What more to see him to get their woes resolved.

Except for his wife, Dauk Seri Wan Azizah Ismail, who was frantically trying to please many of the discontented voters over Anwar’s desertion, nothing is forthcoming from the Pakatan-Rakyat (PR) de facto leader.

In fact, Anwar has not even fulfilled any of his promises he made during the Aug 26 Permatang Pauh by-election. Just name one if you can remember.

We should bear in mind that Penang is led by PR government but we do not see any concrete development plans earmarked for Permatang Pauh.

Fairus is a big letdown to Penang Malays. After almost nine months holding the post of Penang Deputy Chief Minister, he had failed to chart the future direction of Penang Malays in all aspects.

Fairus is the Penanti state assemblyman, one of the three state constituencies in Permatang Pauh.

Besides some grass-cutter machines and chain saws for JKKK chairmen in his constituency, we should not hope for anything more from Fairus.
It is again time for a change and a change for a better leader and future.

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1. Penang legend - December 2, 2008

it is the end of the road for fairus. he has not shown interest to defend or help the malays. so, it is useless to support PKR in the next general election.


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