In the case of the Malay Mail's survey, the findings may also suggest any or all of the following:
1 that 98% of the newspaper's readers are supporters of Pakatan Rakyat:
2 163 Malaysians are actually fond of Rais Yatim
3 the editors at the Malay Mail had nothing better to do
|Rais Yatim's masterpiece|
What remains intriguing, though, is the theme of the Pakatan Rakyat's 55th Merdeka that's touted as better than Rais Yatim's own masterpiece. If you ask me, I say Samad Said's Sebangsa, Senegara, Sejiwa is the dumbest gimmick that Pakatan Rakyat has manufactured since March 2008 (with apologies to M. Manoharan).
In trying to make Rais Yatim look dumb, they have succeeded in becoming dumber!
Sebangsa, Senegara, Sejiwa ... SeMalaysia!
|SeSamad SeSaid's Sebangsa, Senegara, Sejiwa|
Satu Bangsa, Satu Negara, Satu Jiwa = Satu Malaysia!For a party that said it would not accept Najib Razak's unifying 1Malaysia concept, Pakatan Rakyat has come up with a Merdeka theme that in essence embraces, emulates, plagiarizes, copulates, immortalizes that very concept! they despise. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
In other words, PR has finally, after all these years, admitted that they believe in 1Malaysia!
p.s. Pakatan said it hopes the Federal Government will adopt the Sebangsa, Senegara, Sejiwa theme. Why not, eh? I would hereby like to Copyright:1Bangsa! 1Negara! 1Jiwa! ... 1Malaysia!
(Finally) One Merdeka theme for all Pakatan states
Penang confirms changing standing over N-Day theme
Logo Merdeka Pakatan ada elemen Kristian (left)