I have read from newspaper, watched TV news and watched TV talk show by political analysts and political leaders (where most of them pro-government) about “political tsunami”
All of them agreed and came to conclusion “There is no political tsunami going to happen!”
I wondered if they really understand the word “Tsunami” and the cause of “Tsunami”? I don’t think so.
To them, they saw a lot of supporters on their ceramah and welcoming greeting face by face with voters showed no sign of tsunami?
If we back to nature and analyst the cause of tsunami, no one knew it going to happened until it really happened and reach the land? What is remain calm on the sea surface does not mean that non movement at deep sea bottom?
How can all the political analysts and political leaders knew when GE14 polling day not even started? If so early let you know is call tsunami meh?
They will only know if tsunami happen or not when the votes are being counted. If BN (Barisan Nasional) have more votes than Pakatan Harapan then it is confirmed no political tsunami ever happen.
If the count show most oppositions have lead than BN then political tsunami have it effect. That it! It is simple as that.
Pakatan Harapan Predicted That
I hope to see six tsunamis to effect the first change of Malaysian Government in Putrajaya in 61 years in the 14th General Election on May 9, 2018. The six political tsunamis are: ·Urban tsunami; ·Rural tsunami; ·Sabah tsunami; ·Sarawak tsunami; ·Women tsunami; and ·Youth tsunami.
We Can Witness The Tsunami Happened If We “Vote Pakatan Harapan”
Just for your information you can read more on the Tsunami below and how it happen in term of science.
It quoted “Tsunamis generated in the open ocean appear to be only small waves, but they can grow rapidly in size as they reach shallow water before crashing into seacoast settlements. Waves up to nine meters high have been recorded on numerous occasions, and tsunamis up to 30 meters high are believed to have occurred in the past.“
A tsunami is a series of large waves generated by an abrupt movement on the ocean floor that can result from an earthquake, an underwater landslide, a volcanic eruption or – very rarely – a large meteorite strike. However, powerful undersea earthquakes are responsible for most tsunamis.