Gag order soon on Aspan Alias?
Wee Choo Keong: “The [DAP] supreme leaders can ride on the moral high horse and say one thing and do another. They will shout and scream themselves hoarse for freedom of the press and freedom of speech in public. The next moment, at the snap of the fingers, they will also invoke a ‘gag order’ when it suits them and get all and sundry to toe the party line or else …”
(This quote above and the rest of the quotes from Wee Choo Keong on this page are sourced from his blog, here.)
Malays are not trusted in DAP
AA (20 June 2013): “Tiada ahli biasa yang ‘unimportant’ itu, tiada pimpinan parti” (source: Aspan Alias’ blog)
WCK (26 Aug 2010): “Make no mistake. DAP is equal to its supreme leaders, and vice versa. The rest of the minions are merely expendable party slaves tied constantly to a short, snug leash to cow them into absolute obedience.’
DAP can do no wrong
AA (14 June 2013): “Laungan ‘multiracialism’ hanya retorik kosong semata-mata” (source: Aspan Alias’ blog)
WCK (26 Aug 2010): “No matter what, the dynasty is to be served and its survival is all that matters. It can do no wrong. ‘Do what I say and not do what I do’ is law’.”
Dear Leaders reign supreme
AA (3 June 2013): “Belajarlah melalui pengalaman sendiri” (source: Aspan Alias’ blog)
WCK (26 Aug 2010): “PAS has better watch it lest DAP’s supreme leaders seemingly skillful art of political expediency cows the party into singing and dancing to its tune.”
Not allowed to say DAP is “racist”
AA (14 May 2013): “Selepas PRU isu perkauman lebih menebal” (source: Aspan Alias’ blog)
WCK (26 Aug 2010): “But to me it’s more a question of integrity with DAP’s supreme leaders. They should look themselves in the mirror and come clean. Hypocrisy is sinful, hateful, damning.”
Tsk, tsk, tsk. Imagine that Aspan is actually disillusioned enough to say: “BN dan DAP, jika kita nilai ‘apple to apple’ BN secara ‘relative’nya lebih ‘multiracial’ …”
End of DAP career in sight
Whooooops. Aspan has taken a bite out of the forbidden apple, tasted the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge, and will surely be banished by
God (err, I mean Tokong) from the Garden of Deeaypee.
Wee Choo Keong has learned from experience that “the slightest hint of not showing ‘enough affection’ to one or two supreme leaders can and will cost you your political career in the party”.
Anthony Loke is the DAP National Organising Secretary groomed to succeed the Great One as party sec-gen. He’s not an ordinary member but someone holding a very important post.
Aspan Alias must learn to show enough affection to the DAP Dear Leaders or otherwise his political career in the party ibarat telur di hujung tanduk.