Sunday, June 30, 2013

Rebuking Jusuf Kalla: Birds Of A Feather Flock Together

Hantu Laut

Karpal, a bloody disgrace, rebuking the wrong man. 

The man who should be reprimanded is not Jusuf Kalla, but the sociopathic Anwar Ibrahim, who thought his friend will never spill the beans on him and his lies.

If you lied to your friends, you lied to your party members and you lied to the people, do you expect decent people to keep supporting you?

When you have no honour do you expect honourable people to stick by you?

I hope Karpal gets his bearing right and can differentiate between right and wrong.

Karpal is asking Jusuf to apologise to Anwar on what ground? 

Who broke the bond?

Who broke the promise to respect the result of the elections whichever way it goes?

Whatever happened to freedom of speech that Pakatan Rakyat leaders claimed to be lacking in this country and promised "no hold barred" if they come to power?

The Chief Minister of Penang Lim Guan Eng is another dictator in the works, who banned media he doesn't like from attending his press conference.

Aren't they all laying?

As in the old adage " birds of a feather flock together"

Read on.......

Anwar Turn On Old Friend Jusuf Kalla Through Karpal

The life of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim must be terribly convoluted at times. The continuing saga of Anwar's breach of his own, proposed peace agreement with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, mediated by former Indonesian vice president Jusuf Kalla, is no different.
Not long ago, Jusuf was Anwar's friend. Today, he is a target for Anwar's proxy in Pakatan Rakyat, Karpal Singh, determined to cover for Anwar's lack of honour and refusal to peacefully stand down after he lost GE13.
"Jusuf Kalla should express regret for his statement and apologise to Anwar," said Karpal, the DAP National Chairman at a press conference Saturday, claiming that Jusuf was apparently always untrustworthy. He added that Jusuf had disgraced himself by disclosing the peace agreement and Anwar's failure to abide by the agreement, and by destroying public confidence in Pakatan Rakyat.
Pakatan, after all, does not need help in destroying the rakyat's confidence.
This marks yet another turn in Anwar's post-GE13 saga, which has seen Anwar claim victory before a single result was announced, the 'Black 505' rally delirium, a flirtation with boycotting his swearing-in to the Dewan Rakyat, and now a willingness to burn a high-profile friendship of over a decade.
Jusuf had been a friend of both Anwar's and Najib's for years, making him the perfect mediator for any agreement between the two. So when Anwar, certain that Pakatan Rakyat would take Putrajaya at GE13, reached out to Jusuf to mediate an agreement by which the loser of GE13 agreed to accept the results of the elections peacefully, Jusuf happily agreed. Anwar signed the final agreement, and Najib gave an oral commitment – which Anwar accepted.
When Anwar launched his wave of 'Black 505' rallies and categorically refused to accept the election results, Jusuf finally revealed the agreement, its origins and his anger at Anwar's betrayal. Anwar rotated through several excuses for his failure to honour the very agreement for which he asked, each of which Jusuf rubbished in turn.
Enter Karpal Singh. 

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