Pakatan Rakyat is losing because the fellowship of the ring (to rule them all) is breaking up. Gandalf (Karpal Singh) is dead. Aragorn II son of Arathorn (Anwar Ibrahim) is going to prison. And Boromir (Hadi) wants to use the ring to implement Hudud, but Legolas (Lim Guan Eng) is opposed to the idea. Saruman and his breeds of orcs called Uruk Hai want Boromir to make use of that ring so that they can destroy him. Gollum can’t wait to see Aragorn behind the bars, and he is taunting and tormenting Malaysians daily with his tounge and stupidity. Elrond (Lim Kit Siang) will be retiring soon. So the Witch-king of Angmar, the leader of the Nazgul, and Sauron’s second-in-command, is winning. Soon Sauron will be back in power in the form of his son. Unfortunately for Malaysians, there is no Mr. Frodo Baggins, a leader who is not affected by the power of the ring (to rule them all), in this book called “The Fellowship of the Ring.” The only Two Towers you have are the Petronas Towers. And Aragorn is unlikely to return as a king because he will be too old to carry the Narsil sword when he is out of prison. Can Galadriel (Wan Azizah) unite and lead you all? Or do we have to rely on Arwen (Nurul Izzah)?