It is been learned that Malaysians, especially the Sarawakians, Sabahans, Chinese and Indians are very unhappy with PM Abdullah's rule. These could be seen from the election performance except for Sarawak and Sabah since they are still in the dark with no proper means of information. Just give them time and they too will voice their grievances.
Its time PM Abdullah take stock of the situation himself and implement policies that he had felt beneficial for Malaysians on the whole.
PM Abdullah may have to heel calls made by the Indian community by releasing the 5 HINDRAF detainees while looking at the plight of them in education, economics and welfare.
Next, he has to address the needs of the people of Sarawak and Sabah who have been neglected for so long by the highly corrupted State Ketua Menteris. Its time to replace these 'crooks' at whatever cost.
The Chinese community wants a good economic environment and would want the government to look into this matter seriously and immediately.
East coast of Peninsula Malaysia needs great attention. Certain policies need to be in place to ensure that they too progress as their other counterparts irrespective of whether they are in the Opposition state government. Bitter lessons of Kelantan must not be forgotten. Just giving 'monetary value' will not please the masses. It seems only the UMNOputras had benefitted and that is why Kelantan is still in the hands of the Opposition.
Need to evaluate the down fall of the other states to the Opposition.
Stop depending on his family for support since the task his behold on PM Abdullah. If unable to perform, it may be TIMELY to hand over to a appropriate leader.
Failing to have seen to have perform may lead to BN losing grip of the government since there is a plan by the Opposition to 'buy' Barisan Nasional elected Representatives to TOPPLE this current BN government.
Its all up to PM Abdullah to perform. Will he do it?