Anonymous1 November 2017 at 20:01
So, they are Salahuddin Ayub, Syed Saddiq and Khalid Samad.
I know Salahuddin quite well.
Nice and sensible guy. He lost to Jazlan in the fight for the Pulai parliament seat and lost also to Dr Zaini for the Nusajaya state seat in 2013. At that time he was a Pas vice-president. I believe he was supposed to be the Johor MB had Pakatan Rakyat won the state that year. DAP people like him. His mother is a Chinese, like Jazlan and me. I don’t mind so much if he becomes Johor MB.
I don’t think Syed Saddiq should be made Johor MB.
He’s too young and immature. He also talks too much and too loudly. Too excitable too. Most of the time, he doesn’t make sense to me. The boy needs to learn more instead of just talking. It would be very irresponsible of Pakatan if it makes him the Johor MB. Well, if they still give Syed Saddiq the job, I’ll renounce my right to be a member of Bangsa Johor forever. It’s that stupid, okay. Maybe I’ll join Bangsa Batam after that. By the way, the truth is that Syed Saddiq is not really handsome anyway. My father with his flat Jawa nose is more handsome. Really.
I only met Khalid Samad a few times.
Nice guy and quite smooth like his brother Shahrir. However, I don’t think I’m qualified to comment much more than that about him because I don’t really have much opinion about the guy. Just another politician to me. As for the Johor MB job, I don’t think he is the best candidate as he’s been away from Johor for quite awhile. It may also be too late for him to set up base in the state now. I’m quite sure he can’t even beat Shahrir if they are to have their brothers’ fight in JB.
So, of the three proposed, my choice would be Salahuddin Ayub.
But I doubt that Pakatan will make him the Johor MB.
If I have to bet, I’ll put my money on TS Muhyiddin Yassin, instead.
Yes, if Pakatan wins Johor, it doesn’t mean the coalition can win Putrajaya.
If that’s the scenario, than Muhyidin should be the best candidate for Pakatan to run Johor.
After all, he was the Johor MB for nine years once.
Need to be bared in mind that Johor is a very Umno state, and for that the Pakatan leadership there should be from the ex-Umno Pribumi.
But please not Syed Saddiq, okay…..urghhh….scary la that one.
What ever it is, in order to have a Pakatan Johor menteri besar, the opposition coalition needs to win that state first.
For that one I’ll do another post later.
I’m too sleepy now.
I think I’ll have another cigarette now, brush my teeth and go to sleep.