Sunday, August 5, 2012

Malaysia's Political Prostitutes

Hantu Laut

See! Who's talking now.When the going was good  he never condemned the party. A man who can't tell right from wrong. Left from right!

Is it his desire to help the people of Sabah or help his insatiable lust for money? 

Wilfred Bamburing of PBS, another Sabah politician, has also left the BN giving the same excuse.... his heart bleeds for poor Sabahans.

This man have changed party not less than 5 times and still have not found his conscience.He accused the West Malaysians as colonisers trampling on Sabahan's rights, a populist propaganda to hoodwink his own community. 

Sabahan's rights, if given away, was by politician like him. 

When they were in office they did nothing to fight for Sabah, they were busy selling off NCR lands to the same devil they called West Malaysians. 

If one were to check the records, most NCR land were lost under the PBS government and all three frogs were in that government then. 

You can change once and people would give you benefit of the doubt and think it's a matter of principle. If it becomes habitual and self-serving, expect to be rebuked in the harshest of words.
Do you believe them?

There are many of this kind of shameless politician, not only in UMNO but other parties as well, including opposition parties. They know no other ways to make money other than from politics. They are prepared to prostitute themselves to the highest bidder.

Can you trust this kind of politicians to look after the welfare of the state and the people?

I need not pen my narrative in prolixity, the message is clear, it is time for Malaysians to reject these contemptible politicians and send them to the political graveyard.

"He that always gives way to others will end in having no principles of his own" Aesop

The sooner we get rid of them the better would be the state and the nation.

“Seven Deadly Sins

Wealth without work........!!

Pleasure without conscience.....!!

Science without humanity

Knowledge without character

Politics without principle........!!

Commerce without morality

Worship without sacrifice.”

Mahatma Gandhi

Why is Ghandhi such a famous and revered leader?

Obviously, our politicians don't read history books.


Purple Haze said...

I think that if any elected person wants to change party while in office, they should resign from their seat and call for a by-election.

The previous instance before these 2 ex-UMNO members took their stand were the 4 frogs in Perak. This had an even more calamitous result as it led to the unlawful control of the Perak State Assembly.

Laws were usurped and the judiciary pronounced some dubious judgements even though there was precedence in Sarawak.

I think Lajim was not surprised that he would be removed from the Deputy Minister position but prpbably felt that it is of no consequence, given that the GE must be held within the next 7 months.

The Perak fiasco had great consequence. That is probably the difference this time around.

Anonymous said...

There cannot be any by election now. Read the law.

Purple Haze said...

Anonymous 2.52 pm

I am well aware of the current law.

My comment was to suggest a change in order to give the electorate the opportunity to elect their representative if he/she decides to leave their party (if any). If they were elected as in Independant, there is no issue since he/she was not elected on any party ticket in the first place.

A by election should have been called when the 4 frogs in Perak left their respective parties. That would have been fair for the people who elected them into the Perak State Assembly in the first place.