BERITA DAILY LETTER: From A Chandrakumanan, via e-mail

I refer to Maria Chin’s decision to leave Bersih 2.0 in order to contest in the upcoming elections as an independent candidate aligned to the Opposition pact Pakatan Harapan.

From day one we know Bersih 2.0 was a another party in the opposition. They were bias with their so called struggles for election reforms and were never sincere in their fight for fair and clean elections to happen in this country.

It is clear now that the phrase “fair and clean election” would only apply when the Opposition forms the federal government. Any other result would be deemed to be the most dirtiest election in history ever by the this so called coalition for fair and clean elections.

The utmost important criteria for a coalition seeking a true and fair election campaign in any country is to be fair and neutral.

Unfortunately, with this decision of Maria Chin and others, it is pretty clear that Bersih collaborated with the Opposition to tarnish the image of the Election Commision.

Bersih purposely painted a negative picture to show the people the system is wrong and no transparency in the administration today on purpose which indicates that Malaysians were right to question the purpose of them receiving funds from George Soros.

It is important to know what is the link between George Soros and Bersih as Soros is currently being sued for £7.7b by Israeli firm BSG Resource for “political meddling motivated by malice” which in simple terms means toppling the government.

What cannot be denied is that this decision by Maria Chin is a lesson for all the Malaysians who blindly throw their support for any cause that is laced with anti establishment sentiments.

After all the struggles by ordinary Malaysians for Bersih’s cause, Bersih repays the rakyat by first agreeing to reinstate Dr Mahathir Mohamad as PM, and now openly join politics in order to be in a position of power.

Stop being fooled, Malaysia!

A Chandrakumanan is the president of PAR Malaysia and fomer MyPPP vice-president

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