|Who says he can speak on behalf of Netizens?|
Ah, come on Khalid Samad! Read Netizans want Sultan not to be given absolute right to decide on MB position: Khalid Samad [the Malaysian Insider, 21/8/2014). According to the PAS Member of Parliament, "Netizens" were beginning to feel that the Sultan of Selangor should not have absolute power to decide who should or should not be the Menteri Besar of Selangor.
I am of the view that nobody, including members of our Royalty, should have absolute power over anything. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. BUT come on, why does Khalid Samad have to hide behind the skirts and boxers Netizens, using us as a means to achieve his political ends?
I consider such conduct sneaky and cowardly. Didn't help that when he had the opportunity to state his own views on the matter, Khalid continued to play it safe:: "It's netizens' view not necessarily mine."
No wonder Pakatan Rakyat's Selangor is in such a mess!
|Pas sec-gen: It's Khalid's |
personal view, NOT ours
It's a matter of time before someone lodges a police report against Khalid Samad and we'll have another circus in Selangor and maybe Khalid will blame us for it! Already, Netizens have expressed their displeasure and disgust with the MP for using their name in vain or because they feel that Khalid was being provocative and inciting: Netizen Mana? by Negara Kita.
Why, even PAS, his own party, has distanced itself from the views of the MP: Pandangan Khalid Samad bukan pandangan kami.