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What makes a good leader and who can save Malaysia?

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A person who is trained and educated in political science, one who is born in an family of politicians or one who has endured multiple persecutions and probably experienced the pain of the people?

What the country needs now is someone who can save us. A leader who can save Malaysia. And that person would be Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Not because he is the opposition leader and more so not only because he is against Umno. But because he has the character of a real leader.

Think about it, Anwar has been persecuted, sent to jailed, stripped naked, beaten up, publicly humiliated and been accused for the worst sin in any religion. His image has been tarnished for being involved in sodomy, sex scandals, sex videos and he has been accused of just about anything that did not go right. Even the missing MH370 Malaysia Airlines jetliner has been linked to him.

Anyone with a sane mind will have given up on the first instance. Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek made a comeback in his infamous sex video (which he admitted) and he too has already ‘retired’.

The fact that Anwar is still fighting on shows real character. It shows that he is serious in his fight and that is what is earning him the respect of the people.

His perseverance has proved his credibility. This is the reason why when he speaks, people LISTEN! When he holds a ceramah, there are large crowds.

No other leader, politician or government minister had endured anything like he did who has suffered character assassination at the highest level.

Our current leaders are shopping in posh places, their wives enjoying the Datin lifestyles. They drive big cars, are chauffer driven around and sit in their air-conditioned offices and official residences.

We need leaders like Anwar to save us, to save Malaysia, only because he can!

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