By this June, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will be released from prison.The opposition would want him to be the next prime minister taking over from Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
This is if the opposition wins the next general elections.
But Anwar is not qualified to lead the country.
Here are the reasons why.
Let’s take a look and how it will impact the rakyat.

Anwar is an ex-prisoner
Anwar is a convicted sodomite.
He may have served his time but Anwar is an ex-prisoner.
A convicted man has no business to serve the country.
This is because he will set a bad example to the rakyat.
Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali told New Straits Times it would be shameful for the country if Anwar became the eight prime minister
Anwar should not be prime minister.

Disrespectful to the law and Yang Di-Pertuan Agung
If Anwar becomes the next prime minister, it will be disrespectuful to the Yang Di-Pertuan Agung.
It will be a mockery if Anwar gains power.
It will be an insult to the country’s laws as well.
If Anwar who is an ex-prisoner becomes prime minister, the country’s laws will be a laughing stock.
The rakyat must reject Anwar.

Anwar almost brought the country to down
Back in 1997/1998 during the regional currency crisis, it was Anwar who almost destroyed the country.
At that time, Malaysia was attacked by currency speculators led by George Soros and the country’s economy was going down.
Anwar almost made it worse by negotiating for Malaysia to borrow money from the World Bank.
Malaysia’s economy would be controlled by foreigners if Anwar had borrowed the money.
And the rakyat would suffer.

Anwar will cause trouble again
Once Anwar is released, he will always create trouble again in the country.
Whereever he goes, there will be unruly crowds making a nuiscance.
Pakatan Harapan will hold public gatherings once again.
Their public gatherings don’t have a permit causing problems to others.
Anwar is always disturbing the peace in the country..

Anwar splitting the nation
Anwar is always splitting the nation especially among the Malays.
If Anwar becomes the next prime minister, the country will be further divided.
The people will not be strong and mistrust each other.
And worse, the Malays will be further divided

Economy will be weak
If Anwar becomes prime minister, the economy will be weak.
This is because he has no track record in economics.
Foreign investors will not trust him and they will not invest.
As a result, the country’s economy will be weak.

Tun Mahathir will not hand over power to Anwar
Don’t trust Tun Mahathir.
If the opposition wins at the general elections and Tun Mahathir become prime minister before Anwar is released, Tun Mahathir will not hand over power to Anwar.
Tun Mahathir will pass the power to his son Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir.
Umno supreme council member Datuk Dr Mohd Puad Zarkashi said if Tun Mahathir becomes prime minister, he will make sure that half of the members of parliament will support him.
If Tun Mahathir becomes prime minister, he can call the National Security Council Act 2016 and take action on any threats posed by the oppostion.

The Kajang move
Anwar is also not an honest politician.
Remember the Kajang move?
He orchestrated the move by asking the curent member of parliament to step down.
By doing that, his wife Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
This will allow Wan Azizah to become Selangor Menteri Besar.
Selangor Sultan however did not approve.
This shows that Anwar is not an honest politician with many tricks up his sleeve.

The rakyat must see the true Anwar
It is clear that Anwar brings more trouble than good to this country.
The rakyat must not be duped with his charm.
The rakyat must not be fooled by his followers.
Anwar is not fit to lead the country.
And the rakyat must not destroy what they have for Anwar.
The rakyat must think of the future.
And think of their children.


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