Heh-heh, look what’s cookin’.
“Team with Umno to take S’gor”
All songkok and tudung – below – is what the ruling coalition in Selangor could look like if PKR remains dead set on removing Khalid Ibrahim from his Menteri Besar chair.
It appears that incumbent MB Khalid has the Islamist party’s support given the recent statements by PAS president Hadi Awang, PAS living legend Nik Aziz, Menteri Besar colleague Ahmad Yakob (Kelantan MB), PAS Selangor commissioner Iskandar Samad, PAS Dewan Ulama, PAS Pemuda Selangor and the PAS Selangor Aduns.
BELOW: Khalid Ibrahim + Selangor Aduns (Umno + PAS)
Khalid’s 28 votes to Wan Azizah’s 27
Suppose the ‘Kajang move’ kicks into the next gear. One option then would be for Khalid to declare himself an independent. Either that or he could even be peremptorily sacked by his party, in the event of which Umno will, and PAS conceivably might, step up to offer their backing.
Khalid together with the Umno and PAS Aduns will command 28 seats whereas DAP and PKR will have 28 seats too but only 27 votes because the Speaker (Adun DAP Subang Jaya) cannot cast her vote to move a motion of No Confidence against the sitting MB.
A realignment in the Selangor legislature will make the Khalid-Umno-PAS side all Malay while the PKR-DAP side remains a multiracial line-up.
There are no Chinese or Indian Wakil Rakyat representing BN in the Selangor state assembly. Every single one of the MCA, MIC, PPP and Gerakan DUN candidates were totally wiped out by the DAP during the last general election.
Precedent for ethnically imbalanced govt in multiracial state
There is a current example for this sort of potentially lopsided state government which is skewed in its racial balance — Perak.
At present, BN rules Perak with 31 state seats to Pakatan’s 28. Umno holds 30 out of the 31 BN seats while MCA has one seat and the MIC, PPP and Gerakan none.
BN has been ruling Perak since 2009 through a state government comprising all Malay Aduns with the sole exception of MCA’s Yang Berhormat Chenderiang. Despite the exclusion of Chinese and Indian BN reps in the Perak DUN, life goes on.
Below are the Perak excos who were sworn in after GE13 (May 2013).
DAP’s Raya present for S’gor Chinese
Now why do I say that the Raya present for Chinese in Selangor is thanks to the DAP?
Well, because relentless attacks on the Malay self-identity by the Christian-dominated party has served to demonize our country’s sense and nature of Malayness. DAP and their Dapsters are constantly on a rampage to portray any kind of Malay consciousness as something inherently wicked.
In the DAP universe, “Malay” is racist is extremist is bigot. The DAP killer question – “Are you Malaysian First or Malay First?” – is at lobbed at every turn.
Heaven forbid if you dare to answer “Malay First”. Do that and the DAP will mercilessly blast you to hell for all eternity because in their colour blind eyes … if you’re Malay, you’re racist!
Kit Siang, why don’t you ask: “Anwar, are you ‘Muslim 1st, M’sian 2nd?”
To avert the DAP pox upon the hapless Malay First individual and the plague of locusts swarming him, even the most liberal, secular-minded, Western-oriented Malay has learned to respond that he is Muslim First.
The DAP cannot possibly fault the Malay fella who replies that he is Muslim First.
After all, their own ruling clique – Khalifah ‘Umar’ Lim Abdul Aziz, Hannah ‘Tudung’ Yeoh, Ong Kian Ming si tukang masak bubur lambuk aka Jaguh #Sahur, Cik Kurma Liow (see poster), Puan Tazkirah Teo (photos below) and the rest of the Evangelista Gang – are portraying themselves too as Muslim First in solidarity.
YB Cik Kurma Liow, DAP Adun for Johor Jaya
DAP: Malay unity is wicked
“Hidup Melayu” is racist – ini adalah hukum alam DAP.
Therefore calling for Malay unity, according to the DAP Christian creed, is something racist and wicked. Calling for Muslim unity, on the other hand, is alright.
The DAP will not dare to label the ummah who unite under the banner of Islam as racist, extremist, bigoted, evil and wicked.
Hence Malay unity is haram ikut hukum DAP but Muslim unity is perfectly fine.
YB Puan Tazkirah Teo, Ahli Parlimen Kulai
Daulah Islamiyah or evangelista hub? You choose
The thrust of the DAP’s political maneuverings has in fact prepared the ground and beaten the path for Umno and PAS to again reunite in the name of Islam. (In the mid-1970s, both were briefly in the BN coalition ruling the East Coast.)
Cosmopolitan Selangor can be the pilot study for carrying out the concept of Daulah Islamiyah.
In March 2008 immediately after the GE12 results were known, Umno approached PAS to form a unity government in Perak but the latter chose to stick with Pakatan on being promised the MB post which went to Nizar Jamaluddin.
So we know that discussions for an Umno-PAS unity government have happened before in Perak 6½ years ago. And they are being held once more.
“Take Subang for Jesus”
Evangelistas are piping the Christian tune in the DAP.
Above is a screenshot from the Facebook of the Damansara Utama Methodist Church (DUMC) with the message, “How do we win our city for Jesus?”
Another rallying cry by the Christian Fellowship is “Rise up it’s time to take Subang for Jesus!” — see screenshot of the Subang Rally website below.
BELOW: The Christian call to “Change” … for every action there will be an equal and opposite reaction
Subang — Malaysia’s evangelista capital
If the Christians can be so hellbent on taking Subang and KL for Jesus, what makes them think that the besieged Muslims won’t feel equally adamant about stopping them?
The Islamic authorities of Selangor have been asserting themselves of late, can’t you see? JAIS refuses to return the ‘Allah’ Bibles they seized. MAIS is staunchly backing JAIS on this matter. The Sultan in his titah has firmly backed MAIS for the council to carry out its duties and at the same time chastizing Khalid ‘Gereja’.
The Court of Appeal has backed the Islamic agencies in the ‘Allah’ issue. The Federal Court has backed the judgment of the appellate court by denying The Herald and the Church leave to appeal the ‘Allah’ case.
Muslims are uniting. Isma and her fellow Islamic NGOs are rising.
Sultan is defender of the faith
In light of what is happening, what makes the Chinese think that the potential hook-up between PAS and Umno will not be welcomed by many Malays who feel themselves under siege by the DAP evangelistas?
Some Chinese are fiercely vocal but not necessarily registered to vote in our state and at the end of the day, they don’t have any say, their loud political opinions notwithstanding.
Those noisy Dapsters are not loyal subjects of HRH. A lot of them are KL-ites or Penangites and many more not Selangor-born even if they might be residing here. Meanwhile, the sultan as state sovereign will do what he believes is best in his wisdom and for anak jati Selangor.
The Sultan has a lot if not the final say.
Chinese granted DAP Christians “rights of leadership”
Should PAS and Umno successfully unite to take back Selangor, the Chinese Buddhists, Taoists and atheists must remember to thank the Chinese Christians for their pivotal role in making it happen.
After all, the Christians are famously “ONLY NINE PERCENT” of the population in Malaysia and even a lesser percentage in the peninsula. They alone could not have freaked out the Malays through their own 9% weighted effort.
Close to 90 percent of the Chinese are DAP supporters, and a sizable number fanatical followers. It has been a collective ‘crusading’ effort under the banner of the DAP.
The Christian Federation of Malaysia had in the run-up to GE13 circulated to the church congregations a letter signed by the then CFM president Bishop Ng Moon Hing which said, “Christians have not only been granted rights of leadership but also the responsibility of stewardship (of the Earth)”.
Chinese voters almost unanimously elected the DAP Christians as their political leaders. The Chinese community will reap what they have sown.
The Selangor series