Monday, February 25, 2008

BN makes strategic blunder on Anwar Ibrahim

A very smart friend of mine has observed that BN has made a serious "strategic blunder" in not allowing ex-DPM Anwar Ibrahim to contest in the general election because the ban now allows the man to have more time and concentration of mind to strategise and also to rally more people for other Oppositionists and he would then contest in a by-election later to re-group with other parliamentary Oppositionists. Had Anwar been allowed to participate in the electoral contest, his time and energy could have just been confined and his movements bogged down within a single constituency where he, with thousands of tactical details to divert his mind, has to fight to win personally.

Son-in-law of Abdullah attacks Anwar Ibrahim

2 Comments:

Blogger kittykat46 said...

Yes, Anwar Ibrahim has been virtually everywhere in the last few weeks. I attended a talk by him in my constituency last month.

Thousands of people turned up to listen to the man Bedol considers "forgotten".

6:05 PM  
Blogger James Wong Wing-On said...

blind hatred or rage against enemies does lead to making of decisions with unintended consequences. Sun Tze had already warned against it 2,000 years ago.

6:15 PM  

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