Musa Hassan hanya ditemui oleh Hashim Hussein untuk mendapatkan nasihat berhubung ancaman keselamatan menjelang PRU 13 seperti pengeboman ceramah BN di Nibong Tebal dan aksi khianat menggunakan bom petrol yang berlaku ke atas bilik-bilik gerakan BN.
"Tidak berlaku perlantikan saya dalam Majlis Penasihat Keselamatan."
Musa mengakui dia menemui Hashim dan Pengerusi NGO MyWatch, S Sanjeevan dan menasihati agar Pakatan Rakyat bekerjasama dengan polis seandainya timbul kes-kes yang melibatkan keselamatan.
"Saya tidak mahu terlibat dalam politik walaupun saya dijemput untuk memberi nasihat berhubung hal-hal yang melibatkan keselamatan. Contohnya malam tadi, saya berada di Wisma UMNO Jerlun." ujarnya.
The truth is that Jen (B) Tan Sri Md Hashim Hussein called and asked to meet up Tan Sri Musa, for advice in the wake of recent security threats during this 13 GE like the bombing in Nibong Tebal and Molotov cocktail attacks.
"No, there was no appointment of me into any Security Advisory Council".
Musa also admitted he did meet Jen Hashim with NGO MyWatch Chairman S Sanjeevan and was engaged into a discussion on various security matter. His advice is Pakatan Rakyat to be vigilant and report and work with the Police if any security matter arises.
"I am not into politics. Although I am invited to give talk on security matters. Like last night, I was in Wisma UMNO Jerlun".
Lately, PKR did see an influx of disgruntled former service senior officers jumping into their political bandwagon like Jen. (B) Hashim who was the former Army Chief, former Deputy Army Chief Lt. Jen. (B) Dato' Abdul Ghaffir and former Navy Logistic Chief First Admiral (B) Hj Imran. However, they are more number of PKR office bearers jumping out and abandoning the party, even in the middle of intense campaign.
The desperation of the Opposition Pact is getting more severe. First, many of their leaders are trapped by their own lies, drama and manipulation where the rakyat is getting more aware of them in the 'Politics of Hatred' strategy.
Now, as the 13GE campaign enters the second but more critical week the Opposition Pact leaders are becoming more vile in the attacks, like Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim's prayer for Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad's death and Lim Kit Siang's play into the racist game getting more intense.
Part of Lim Kit Siang's speech in Taman Maju Johor Bahru on 27 April 2013 is all capital cities in Malaysia would be under DAP control.