FMT has an exclusive today hinting that the DAP is going to reduce the number of Parliamentary seats offered to its Indian candidates.
God’s Gift from Jerusubang
The reason is that after the tsunami, the DAP had “attracted so many new faces, mostly from the Chinese community”, a DAP Indian leader told FMT.
Exactly! Don’t the Chinese just love winners…
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One example of a new DAP evangelist member to be given a Parliament seat to contest would likely be @imokman (see above), the DAP election strategist Ong Kian Ming who joined the party in August 2012.
The Star story on Ong’s DAP entry is reported by Regina Lee (well, who did you expect?)
One of the Indian leaders interviewed by FMT for the story – about the DAP planning to jettison some Indian holdovers from 2008 – also revealed that these new Chinese DAP members feel that it is their right to contest in the election.
Exactly! Because the DAP practices “meritocracy”, y’see, and thus rejects “race-based politics” that reserves seats for minority Indians.
The DAP Indian leaders had spoken to FMT “on condition of anonymity for fear of party reprisal“.
And that is exactly how the DAP operates. There is always a witch hunt against its people who defy the Dear Leader’s countless gag orders.
“Doing a Joceline”, wor
The FMT story ‘DAP to reduce Indian MPs?‘ is bylined to K. Kabilan.
A Facebooker (screenshot below) in his response to the FMT article accused Kabilan of “doing a joyceline” and being guilty of “gutter reporting”.
Isn’t that exactly how a Dapster responds whenever he reads something yang tak sedap telinga?
The funniest part is the sheer presumption of the utterly condescending commenter Guna Rethinasamy, who wondered, “why FMT has not kicked this moron (writer)” that according to him has “no weight nor credence”.
Ka-ka-ka-kah. Kabilan is the FMT editor-in-chief himself lah. Just because the article is not palatable to Guna, out comes the Dapster S.O.P. of ad hominem attacks.
Like The Star, DAP accused of plagiarism
Another writer scolded today by DAP supporters because he said something they did not like to hear is Dr Kua Kia Soong.
Dr Kua was told by the Dapster: “you have also sold yourself to the devil”. (Ka-ka-ka-kah, will Dapsters ever stop predictably resorting to insults and thuggery? … hmm, naah, don’t think so.)
In ‘Pakatan’s missed opportunity with Hindraf‘, Dr Kua wrote about the “bizarre and total inconsistency of this Gelang Patah Declaration” unveiled by Lim Kit Siang recently. He asked why was not the DAP version – which Hindraf said DAP had plagiarized – viewed as “racist” when the Pakatan had earlier insisted that the Hindraf blueprint was racist.
Dr Kua also predicts that “having been spurned by the Pakatan manifesto, we could only expect the fury of the Hindraf backlash against the plagiarism by DAP” (see above).
DAP’s “instant noodle” declaration
Commenting on the Hindraf blueprint as well as was Tunku Aziz who said for five years the DAP Indian representatives merely stood by and watched while the Penang and Selangor Pakatan rulers “failed to implement any worthy policy to benefit Indians”.
He told FMT two days ago (April 6):
“Hindraf is not demanding the sky and the moon for the Indians. It’s just asking the government of the day to correct past wrongs done on Indians. It’s just asking for a policy for Indians that by right should have been implemented long time ago.”
According to Tunku Aziz, the DAP Gelang Patang Declaration was something drafted instantly like mi segera to hoodwink the Indian voters.
Tunku Aziz said during his time in DAP he had never heard of Lim Kit Siang nor his son or the Indian representatives such as Deputy Chief Minister (II) P. Ramasamy “highlighting, discussing or finding solutions for Indian issues”.