BN Will Still Win Sabah In The Coming Elections




Yes, you read the title right.

And no, I ain't tripping. And I certainly haven't changed my political preference either.

I'm just calling it the way I see it. In fact, I have said this many a times. Despite the recent exodus of some of the prominent political leaders in the state, Sabah will still be under Barisan Nasional.


You know why?

It's because of the bigotry, racism, and patronizing ways of the Opposition supporters.

Before anyone of you get it twisted, let me emphasize that Sabah remaining with BN has nothing to do with the Sabahans love for BN, nor are they loyal to the coalition; neither are they ignorant of what the BN politicians are doing, but they will still vote for them mainly because of the behavior of the PR supporters in Malaya.

Everyday, every single day, these holier-than-thou PR supporters continuously criticize and make fun of the Sabahan folks. They call us stupid, ignorant, lalangs, easily bought, backward, and a host of other demeaning attributes.

AI with Wilfred Bumburing and Lajim Ukin

Worst, these bigots and racists from Malaya equate the stupidity and backwardness of some people with their respective religions, especially Islam.

As a Sabahan and as a Muslim, how do you think someone like me would feel? And I can guarantee that, if someone like me, who is more educated and worldly than these PR supporters from Malaya are and would ever be, would feel alienated and angry, how do you think the majority of the Sabahans would feel and act?

I am not the kind of person to point fingers, but trust me, with the way these PR supporters are behaving, the triumvirate of PKR, PAS and DAP will bear the pain in Sabah. These people - the supporters - are not only bigots and racists - they are also totally ignorant of how Sabahans think.

I'm sure Pakatan Rakyat will gain some grounds in the coming elections, but the seats they will be winning is far from being enough to form the State government. I actually think they would have more success in the Parliamentary seats, but even that is not enough to seriously make a dent in the grand scheme of things.

BN will keep Sabah, but the current KM - Musa Aman - may not keep his post

When - not if - BN wins Sabah during the coming elections, it is because of the Opposition supporters in Peninsular Malaysia and their condascending ways. They are pushing the Sabahans to side with the incumbent government. They would rather maintain the status quo than move forward, even if they are willing, because nothing is more sacred to them than their 'maruah.'

Don't believe me? Go ask any Sabahan.

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