Rafizi Ramli Vs Nurul Izzah: The Proxy War Part 2

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Rafizi Ramli Vs Nurul Izzah: The Proxy War Part 2

Rafizi Ramli Vs Nurul Izzah: The Proxy War Part 2

Thursday, March 22, 2012
  • Nurul Izzah
Nurul Izzah once looked like a true leader who was in touch with the youth of this country. But now? (Photo by Hussein Shaharuddin/The Mole)

This irresponsible action taken by Nurul Izzah, the Vice-President of PKR and so-called future Prime Minister is a disgrace and blatant disregard to the laws of this country. How can a so-called leader employ two innocent youths to impersonate government officers, knowing well that if they were caught definitely they would be investigated and put behind bars for the foreseeable future/ Nurul Izzah talks about youth as the driver for future growth, but she herself is exploiting these youths for her own political benefit. Would she be responsible and meet the parents of these youths and apologize for her irresponsible behavior?

 

Furthermore, I am also disappointed as this action by Nurul Izzah shows that she lacks integrity and is willing to do anything, just like her father Anwar Ibrahim, to continue be in power. Of all the crap that is coming out from PKR, Nurul Izzah had looked like a true Y-Generation leader who was in touch with the youth of this country and destined for a good future in politics. However, I have changed my mind.
 
On the bright side, this attempt by Nurul Izzah shows that UMNO FT in general, and Lembah Pantai in particular is doing all the right things and pressing the right buttons. With the implementation of various programmes I believe we have captured the hearts and minds of the people of Lembah Pantai. With more work and consistency, we will manage to capture Lembah Pantai from Nurul Izzah. She has lost all credibility with this issue.
 
I have written earlier of the proxy war between Rafizi Ramli vs Nurul Izzah here, and don’t you think that someone is playing such a good game in bringing Nurul Izzah down from PKR and National politics at the same time?

 

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