Singapore Straits Times raises glimmers of hopes for victory to Opposition.
Teo Cheng Wee features three military leaders recruited for Opposition.
First is former general Hashim Hussein, 66 years old joined PKR in March. He served as deputy army chief, from 1992 to 2002.
Second, former deputy army chief Abdul Ghafir Hamid,62 years old.
Third, former air force brigadier – general Abdul Hadi Khatab, 60 years old.
These are three born losers’ military leaders reckon to be going through the process of decaying brain cells while fighting psychologically and mentally against present challenges. Instead of tenaciously defending their country, they seek for relieve with PKR leadership for their conflicts of interest.
- Their traitorous thought and dispositions clearly received with warm welcome by political analyst conspirator to Opposition, Khoo Kay Peng. The traitorous retired army chiefs who joined the Opposition do not come cheap for Opposition, when corruptions and buying the big heads could have taken place in the list of PKR leader’s scheming political strategy to overthrow Umno.
- In thoughtless mood, Teo Cheng Wee seems reluctant to enforce his stand for Malaysian government besides writing ‘trying to consolidate support from security forces.’ His phrase invites demoralization to the present federal government; by stating salary hike for police and military personnel and raising the pay of most servicemen are not sufficient reasons for his points. He lacks points of overview of all other aptitudes and strategies that the defence ministry had been reinforcing to strengthen the security and sovereignty of the country.