Muhyiddin should just take care of UMNO and just don’t suggest anything for PKR which he is not a member. He is a member of UMNO and the Deputy President of the party. He has a lot to do to address numerous unsettled issues in UMNO. Hence leave PKR and its members by themselves and please focus on UMNO's own problems.
We, in UMNO have sufficient problems and ambiguities to be addressed instantaneously.
He should not poke his nose in affairs of others and just step up efforts for recovery of UMNO’s disconnection with its members and to ensure it would be relevant to the current needs and struggles of the Malays.
He said that PKR should be disbanded as leaders and members are leaving the party recently and he feels that the party is already very weak and just waiting for it to reach at its terminal stage before dying. AND I don't think that is true at all.
He lauded the move by the Ipoh Barat PKR branch leader quitting the party together with 400 members 3 days ago in protest over internal issues that plague the party recently.
To Muhyiddin this is the signal of UMNO’s recovery and he just wants PKR to be dissolved and disbanded. I beg to put up my opinion which may be not to his liking to accept.
To my mind, that is not our party and we should just keep our own business in UMNO as we ourselves are facing mountable problems internally. UMNO is a huge party, and like a man with big sized body the tendency to contract all kind of diseases is highly probable.
Let us be reminded that it is not common to see dissatisfied and disgruntled members of UMNO to leave and disband their party in front of cameras and the media.
UMNO members have different mode of rejecting their party and it truly put the party in danger.
In the last General Election the disgruntled members of UMNO chose to split up with their party in the ballot boxes and that was why Pakatan Rakyat managed to deny us from two third majority in the House of Parliament and we lost 5 states government.
We should remember there were numerous incidences of PKR members leaving their party during the election campaign period but they made us almost flattened in the 2008 GE.
If the media shows 1000 PKR members leaving their party, there were hundreds of thousand UMNO office bearers and members voting for the opposition during past 2 GE.
Shahrir Samad secured a whopping support of more than 40000 majority in JB constituency in the 2004 GE but he managed to retain only 15000 of the majority in 2008 GE.
Aziz Shamsuddin could not even secure a simple win in Shah Alam when he was coldheartedly defeated by Khalid Samad of PAS.
Can anyone tell me who gave them (the oppositions)the votes if not UMNO members themselves? In actuality PKR or any other opposition party does not need big membership, as the votes will come from disgruntled UMNO members at all levels.
Can Muhyiddin deny this? If he chooses to deny it, please deny through the media so that we can see the fun of it.
That is the main reason I choose to be radical in giving opinion to my own party even though it is not likened by those deaf and blinded supporters.
I sincerely want to put it upright to Muhyiddin; don’t get drunk by the nod and amusement shown by supporters who surround him giving only the buttered side of the story.
To Muhyiddin, let me remind you with a line of saintly saying of an Islamic scholar in Malay; "Jalan ke Syurga itu selalunya dipenuhi dengan onak dan duri, dan jalan ke Neraka itu dipenuhi dengan roti dan keju yang enak-enak."