Okay, let's face it, at the current rate things are going, Barisan Nasional is set to lose in GE14.
It was so obvious.
My observations indicated that so many die hard BN supporters are abandoning the ship. They did not jump to the Pakatan ship but instead rather took a plunge into apathy.
"Aku frust sangat dengan apa yang berlaku sekarang ni. Aku tak nak mengundi dah. BN aku dah menyampah, Pakatan aku benci dari dulu lagi. Apa nak jadi, jadi lah, Aku tak nak peduli," said a friend who took the trouble of going back to her hometown by bus to vote for BN in GE13.
And in some instances, others such as her, even took pot shots at the captain of the ship.
Some of my fellow pro-BN bloggers had also of late been openly attacking the Prime Minister.
The man can't even go for a toilet break without being whacked...and that is by BN supporters, not those of the opposition.
Their writings, which painted such an ugly picture of DS Najib Razak went viral and repeatedly quoted by even the pro-Parkatan portals.
Former senior pro-BN journalist whacking Najib for going on holiday is a big item for those portals. Of course it get published.
It's free bullets for them.
Why there are so much unhappiness among these BN supporters?
They said there were too many screwed ups in Putrajaya.
It is something I have to agree with them.
But I'm sure Najib has realized by now that something is really wrong with the people around him that BN supporters are deserting in large number ever since GE13, particularly after the status quo results of the Umno elections.
He must have by now assessed the situation and came out with a game plan in hand to turn the tide.
The man could not be so dumb as not to see through the crisis and doing something about it.
One of his senior aide told me yesterday that Najib will indeed improve things within the next few months.
He told me to be patient and convey to others a message that Najib will correct those wrongs, perceived or real.
"What we need to do now is to stay united. We are facing a bigger threat. Agama , bangsa dan negara kita dalam keadaan terancam. We have to defend Islam and the interests of the Malays first. It will do us no good if we can't stay together in the face of this threat."
This aide of the PM is a good man. I know him for many years. I want to trust him so much.
But at the same time, I am also hoping for changes to happen very soon in Putrajaya.
It simply shouldn't go on like this.
Najib can start by sacking all those pro-Pakatan Pemandu staff who "sacked" him the other day. You can read it here :
BREAKING NEWS! Najib Razak sacked?
That was so blatant, after all.
If he can shut down the whole bloody useless thing, that would be better.
Come on la, everyone with a clear vision should know who are these traitors.
They are also so many of them in the GLCs. Petronas in particular. Heck, they should even check the PMO.
Datuk Najib, the time of being nice has long gone.
I'm waiting for your moves.
If you fail to move, then it will be game over, and what a pity it would be.