#RespectMyPM… What Happened to #ILovePM campaign?


This is going to be short and simple.

I have noticed that in conjunction of “Deklarasi Rakyat” made, where the unthinkable had happened, a counter campaign has been launched.

Yes, as much as I can understand the possible aim, I can’t stop wondering, what happened to “I Love PM” campaign since GE13? Was it considered as success or failure? If success, why there is a need asking respect where respect should be earned, not asked?

And I also believe that those proposing “#RespectMyPM” are pretty much educated, and well aware of how respect can be earned, not asked. So, why?

To be honest, I don’t see the success of “#ILovePM” campaign as it has attracted more baggage for DS Najib. More and more “researches” have been made, countering of the intended benefit. Nearly everything about DS Najib and family’s activities has been under microscope, more than what had happened to Tun Abdullah when he was Prime Minister.

So, what is the difference now and then? And now you are asking people to respect the PM?

By the way, I am still having my respect DS Najib as Prime Minister, don’t need to ask!

Important note – it is not a license for those in support of “#RespectMyPM” to smear those not in the same boat.

Remember, when you carry “#RespectMyPM”, you are carrying DS Najib as a PM along. One wrong thing you do, it will impact PM indirectly.

Are you ready? Are you really, really ready?

You are part of people on the street. My opinion might not as good as yours. Come, please share your thoughts with us!!!

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