MCA refused to fight the DAP in the upcoming Bukit Gelugor by-election. Instead the party prefers to fight hudud.
And MCA is willing to work with the DAP to oppose hudud.
DAP sec-gen Lim Guan Eng has urged that non-Muslims must pressure Umno on hudud.
MCA is co-operating with an archrival that is always pressuring Umno.
“The moon is square” … bisa diatur
Doesn’t it make more sense for DAP to pressure PAS not to proceed? After all, the two parties are coalition partners and to the extent that the DAP was willing to use the PAS logo as their election symbol in GE13.
Does DAP care what the PAS moon symbolizes?
Or was the DAP – if it had really been forced to use the PAS symbol due to action taken by the Registrar of Societies – ready to UBAH whatever symbolism there is previously attached to the PAS flag and amend it to suit the Christian party.
And why not? Where is PAS’s principled stand? After creating all the brouhaha, it is shelving its hudud bills.
Think about what the flip-flopping PAS will concede to its Pakatan Big Brother DAP.
Yahudi Yeoh dan lidah biawaknya
Madame Speaker Hannah Yeoh today tweeted: “They will tell you that the moon is square just to remain in power“. It sounds like she is talking about her own Parti Biawak.
Probably without her realising it, Hannah’s statement is revealing of the length that DAP and its Christian politicians are willing to go in their pursuit of power.
Nothing is sacred to them, not even the name of their god (is it Yahweh, Jehovah, Adonai, Elohim or Lord?) Nor the name of another religion’s God that they want to steal.
Turning against Umno without any hesitation
Today a crisis unfolded in Terengganu which suddenly left PAS with more state assemblymen than Umno and the possibility that the state assembly might have to be dissolved.
Ahmad Said who was rumoured to have been ‘removed’ as Terengganu MB has quit Umno in a hissy fit. So have two of his Aduns, at the time of writing.
The thing that interests me personally about the Terengganu political play is this: In the blink of an eye, Ahmad can walk out of Umno with nary a second thought.
He ditched Umno, just like that, and his act likely to cause BN’s fall as the Terengganu government.
Where is his sense of loyalty to the party?
BELOW: Where was Lee Hwa Beng’s loyalty to the MCA?
Will MCA jump ship?
Having said the above, I wish to toss a thought for the BN bigwigs to seriously ponder on. How sure are you about the MCA’s own loyalty?
Supposing the outcome of the next general election goes down the wire? Are you sure that the MCA will still be standing at your side if there is a hung Parliament?
Even today the MCA is behaving more opposition than Pakatan and its media The J-Star more pro-DAP than the Rocket.
Now with Ahmad Said’s treachery, BN stands to lose a state.
In GE14 with the Gunting Dalam Lipatan giving a lethal stab in the back, the BN stands to lose the country.
Updated: 14 May, 7.58am