Its purely politics and its bloody dirty!
There is valid suspicion that the planned street demonstrations on July 9 2011 spearheaded by former Bar Council president S. Ambiga and Pas' newly minted deputy President Mat Sabu is purely a political movement out to destabilise the Government and taint Malaysia's image in the international scene.
In a nutshell these group of desperate politicians and a few know-it-all politician wannabes appear to be bent on demonising the BN-led Government of the day, knowing well that they got off with such dirty politics in Dec 2007.
Many things have changed since 2007. Not only have we replaced the world famous sleeping Prime Minister, we have also proved to the world that Malaysians are a practical lot who recognised sincerity and hard work.
Its a fact that all public polls and surveys carried out by various parties, both local and international, in the last two years point that Malaysians in general are supportive of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's nation-building initiatives.
These polls and survey readings doesn't mean that the rakyat are running back into the ruling coalition's arms after the 2008 General Elections, but they are also not in favour of some ex-convict to be their next Prime Minister.
In other words, the average able-minded Malaysian wants Najib Razak to continue with his hard work and clean up BN for the better.
Malaysians don't seem to be in favour of an ex-convict and his band of fickle-minded Hududs and Reds flag bearers to overthrow the Government of the day.
Malaysians just long for a pro-active, sensible and responsible Opposition in this beloved country....the likes of Lee Lam Thye and P.Patoo, and those before them.
Coming back to the illegal street demonstrations called Bersih, I think Malaysians are not as politically naive as they were in 2007, when the Government of the day then was rudderless with a sleeping Prime Minister and his bunch of 4th floor clowns.
In the current national political scenario, the rakyat could sense the desperation among those who want to topple the BN-led Government through whatever means possible.
How dirty could our electoral process be when the ex-convict-led Opposition have seized control of FOUR STATES and had won in so many parliamentary seats that the ruling party was denied its two-thirds majority for the first time since 1957?
If our electoral process is so dirty and corrupt, did all the Opposition lawmakers win through dirty politics and corruption then?
Rather than trying to hoodwink the public through DIRTY nauseating politics and fanning hatred, I suggest all Opposition elected representatives, both at state and federal level, to resign en block and make way for a fresh, fair and transparent elections.
Lets see our Opposition members walk the talk. Quit if are so adamant that our electoral system is dirty, corrupt and not transparent at all.
p/s ... if you can't just shut the F%@*-up and stop ruining this country.