In his recent interview with Malaysiakini, BN installed Perak Menteri Besar Zambry Abdul Kadir kept repeating the words, "We need to go back to the people." However, his action does not match his words. He did everything else except going back to the people to endorse his leadership of the state government.
Moreover, Zambry is certainly in a hurry to become the most unpopular politician in Perak. He packed off the democratically elected Menteri Besar Nizar, build an unholy alliance with three not credible 'independent' assemblymen to sustain his illegal government, blocked access to the Perak state assembly building, dismantled the plaque commemorating the democracy tree, auctioned off the new Camry cars and now he wants to sack the Perak Speaker.
In the interview, Zambry spoke about the need to go back to the people, get closer to the youth and university students but remained totally ignorant of his own fault.
Instead of working hard to win back support of the people slowly and steadily, Zambry's political career has ended. He is set to become the most unpopular politician in Perak.