Friday, February 12, 2010

One Down More To Come

Hantu Laut

"Good riddance Zahrain.No loss to Pakatan" say Pakatan leaders.

What more can they say.

Malaysian Insider is now officially the spokesman for PKR.This news portal has never been accurate in its prediction of the political development in this country.

Quote: "Fact is, PKR should count itself fortunate that Zahrain decided to take the plunge and leave the party as it has never had the stomach to tick off or kick out members. It has always been a case of a disgruntled few leaving and denouncing the leadership since its early days as Parti KeAdilan Nasional in 1999.

For PKR, Zahrain’s resignation is an opportunity to spring-clean the party and get rid of the selfish who are just there because they are loyal to Anwar. PKR needs men and women of principle and those who won’t wilt or cry because they don’t get attention or money".Unquote

The Malaysian Insider full editorial here.

PKR strategic director Chua Tian Chang said that Zahrain was facing disciplinary action to explain why he should not be sacked.

Tian Chua, you are not very good at face saving.That's a lot of baloney.PKR didn't dare sack him because every MP you lose is a gain for the BN irrespective of whether they join the BN or not.

Watch Zulkifli Nordin, he is next to go.Azan Ismail is another one on the exit list.

The crack in PKR is widening.Anwar Ibrahim is not an effective leader.He will lose most of the disgruntled Malay elected representatives before the year end.

Other than Penang, PKR led Selangor is another case of Pakatan's dictatorial style of government.A government headed by a vengeful leader.

Menteri Besat Khalid Ibrahim refused payment and ask payment to be returned to YBK just because the foundation refused to appoint him as Chairman.

His indulgence into this brand of politics would come with a high price.Loss of more elected representatives and the loss of Malay support in Selangor.

But than Khalid doesn't need Malay support.That's what he probably think.


eddy said...

1. Ya Bro, only the Malaysian Insider deliberately twist a hot political story to give the edge to the Pakatan better then Malaysiakini. And typical of Pakatan you are either with them or against them. Amid the bluster and bravado I think Tian Chua is really worried about the number of Malay politicians leaving them. Soon I think the multiracial PKR will be like the Gerakan, multiracial in name only.

2. There's a common denominator with the dictatorial style of state Governments in Penang and Selangor Bro that is both are actually dominated by the DAP. I think PKR and PAS should heed Zul Nordin's advise to jettison the DAP which is perceived to be a overly dominant partner which only serves the cause of one race before its too late for the Pakatan.

3. Khalid Ibrahim himself has actually pulled himself a length of rope long enough to hang himself politically by attacking the YBK. With the new UITM campus shifted from Selangor to Melaka, he has lost himself and PKR whatever Malay grassroots support he has in Selangor. He forgot that much of the Malay votes left UMNO in 2008 because of protest towards Abdullah Badawi sleepyhead leadership not because the Malays believed in PKR's struggle.

Selangor Aduns as of 2008 GE results:

BN 20
PKR 15
DAP 13

Next election I think DAP will retain 13 seats but BN will gain at least 8 from PKR and 4 from PAS. SElangor will inevitably fall back to BN and Khalid will be "menteri besar Selangor terakhir Pakatan"

SM said...


Hahaha! At it again? Blaming the Opposition?
Care to comment on Utusan's latest "crap journalism" where they accused Lim Guan Eng of cancelling the Annual Maulidur Rasul Procession in Penang? The Utusan (UMNO owned also as usual) has been at its usual Race & Religious inciting best again & no one does naything to stop them.
Best part about it, Pak Lah (he's now Sleep talking & sleep walking too?) & our Deputy PM (this guy will one day be PM? Allah help us!) actually believed what the Utusan said without verifying!
But, I guess you guys will blame the Opposition on that one too?!
I strongly suggest you guys read "No Excuses" by Kyle Maynard!
By the way, Khalid Ibrahim (& as it seems KJ too over this last year) having shown himself to be very "logical", "Un-Racist" & "middle ground" loses Malay Grassroot support?! Have you no respect for the "brains" of the Malay Grassroots?

eddy said...

Bro SM, I suggest you do not believe all the political bull that come out of pakatan centric internet portals such as themalaysianinsider as the gospel truth.

The Utusan report was based on a letter from the Pejabat Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang dated 5 February 2010 addressed to all Head of Government Depts and Agencies and Authorithies in Penang. In para 2 of the letter it clearly showed that the Annual Maulidur Rasul procession has been cancelled. The office of the Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri PP represent the Government headed by Lim Guan Eng. refer to this blog;

I think after the Utusan report and the subsequent storm created by UMNO and the Muslim community in Penang and everywhere in Malaysia, Lim Guan Eng's DAP Government made an about turn but tried in vain to spin it as if Utusan is lying.

I am not going to say who is lying Utusan or Lim Guan Eng or be the judge.