‘ PAS a hypocrite if doesn’t quit S’gor govt ’ – reminder from DAP

June 9, 2015 at 9:40 pm 19 comments

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BN people have willingly walked away from their posts

Umno’s Zaid Ibrahim quit as Senator and Minister.

MCA’s Chew Mei Fun quit as Senator and Deputy Minister.

Hindraf’s P. Waytha Moorthy quit as Senator and Deputy Minister.

Never heard of a DAP fella doing the same though.

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DAP wanted post of extra Deputy Speaker

On the contrary, DAP is so greedy that they fought PAS to try and get the Selangor Deputy Speaker post following the reshuffle upon Khalid Ibrahim’s ouster. DAP wanted the Deputy post even though their party (wo)man Hannah Yeoh was already hogging the Speaker post.

HannahSpeakerAnd when the Selangor legislative assembly voted to elect PAS to the Deputy Speaker post, the dissatisfied DAP pressed Azmin Ali to create a new !! post Deputy Speaker (II) which is utterly redundant since there’s no way that Madame would want to share the limelight – even with the existing Deputy Speaker (I).

DAP’s demand for the sinecure is symptomatic of the evangelical party’s greed, that’s all.

DAP dared to ask for an extra Deputy Speaker post because the party had itself set a precedent immediately after it attained power. The DAP-led government of Penang created a new post Deputy Chief Minister (II) when Lim Guan Eng took over the state administration.

This particular post of Penang Deputy Chief Minister (II) is simply pandering to the DAP ‘racism’ because they wanted to give it to an Indian. And even when P. Ramasamy was ahead in seniority, the post of Deputy Chief Minister (I) still went to a Malay guy instead of Rama getting bumped up from (II) to (I).

Again, keeping Rama vertically at DCM (II) rather than promoting him to DCM (I) was another expression of the DAP’s hypocrisy and collusion with the racial status quo.

For all that the evangelical party tub-thumps about colour blindness and meritocracy, when it comes to practice, the DAP prudently stuck to the familiar racial hierarchy – its Penang DCM (I) slot is reserved for the Malay.

The window-dressing DCM (II) can be thrown to the Indian chap as a “crumb from the master’s table” – to borrow a popular phrase with the Dapsters – but the Boss Man is always a Cinapek or Cinaphor.

Hannah Guan Eng

And for the record, Guan ‘Bully’ Eng is into his THIRD Malay DCM (I). Since 2008, Penang has already had three Malay deputy chief ministers:

  • Mohammad Fairus Khairuddin (March 2008 – Apr 2009)
  • Mansor Othman (June 2009 – May 2013)
  • Mohd Rashid Hasnon (present)

Now let’s see how long Rashid can last. It can’t be easy working under Papa Dapster.

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They walked away from RM30,000 a month

The salary for a senator has been increased to RM11,000 with effect from this year.

The basic pay for a Minister is RM14,900 while that for a Deputy Minister is RM10,850.

They are also given allowances and can submit claims – see below.

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Evangelista preach principles but display the utmost greed

Zaid Ibrahim, Chew Mei Fun (pix below) and Waytha Moorthy have all been willing to turn their back on the perks of being a VIP who’s given official car, driver and bodyguard.

Never mind Zaid losing his pay packet, he’s a multi-millionaire but I’ve not heard that Waytha is one. When the Hindraf chairman was in exile in London, he used to met Malaysian reporters at McDonald’s – not in fancy restaurants. During his tenure as a Deputy Minister, he once held a meeting with me in Kenny Rogers.

The BN Yang Berhormats above have been principled enough to resign.

Chew Mei Fun sinchew

Yet the Dapster-evangelistas not only badmouth them most viciously but create the nastiest fitnah imaginable. Well, actually it is unimaginable to us ordinary people; only dajjal can concoct such vile lies out of thin air.

The Dapster-evangelistas love to preach and perpetually mouth a mountain of platitudes. But with the sneaky bastards, it’s – Do as I say, don’t do as I do.

It’s very rich of the DAP to bully and attempt to coerce the PAS politicians to resign their posts.

If DAP and PAS are splitting up, why should it be PAS to have to withdraw from holding positions in Selangor? Why not the DAP resign their Selangor posts too if they believe that PAS are ethically required to do so?

Heck, why don’t the trio of DAP-PKR-PAS just resign simultaneously and we Selangorians can have a snap election?

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  • 1. RINA  |  June 9, 2015 at 11:23 pm

    Hah PAS apo nak tunggu lagi? Nak tunggu sampai kena heret keluaq ke?

    Quit fm Pakatan Selangor
    Slow talk dgn 2-3 PKR ajak lompat
    Semawa Khalid join sekali
    BN sure okay wan

    Then bagi la PAS tadbir Selangor. Dengan harapan all the SIN cities in Selangor dalam masa 3tahun kasi KO bersih. Judi, prostitution, kilang2 mabuk and PATIs kasi bersih semua?

    Macam mana Cik Helen? LKS dah tak sabar2 ni?

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  • 2. KJ10Q  |  June 9, 2015 at 11:55 pm

    Islam and Democratic principles are against each other.

    A politician in a democratic system must act to become popular, to garner as many votes as he can.

    Islam is about Muslims adhering to Islamic teachings. Syaitan was allowed by God to lead human astray, so a religious person should do his part to lead his fellow Muslims back to the right path. That involves telling people what they did wrong, and that cannot make you popular.

    Yet PAS thought they could reconcile the two different principles. The result is the entire party’s members doing everything they can to project their respective Islamic image, serban, janggut, jubah, minyak attar, rubbings with kayu sugi, holding tasbih, exposing ankles, wearing slippers (even for boarding an aeroplane), …etc., doing everything to look Islamic to others.

    As you cannot openly tell others how pious you are, a PAS member will resort to openly declaring others of not being Islamic, like calling UMNO kafir or what not, how non PAS Malays are jahil etc., and will find any opportunity to kutuk perbuatan orang lain, all but for showing to others how ‘I AM NOT LIKE THEM’ and how God fearing they are.

    But Allah says that yang batil, the fakings, ciplak, tipu, cannot be hidden from truth. Allah says the lowest level of Hell is for the fake ulamaks.

    And so the term TAHALUF SIYASI was invented to menghalalkan yang HARAM. They even called themselves progressive Muslims, erdogans or what not. I think, the Malays in general are hoping that some amongst them (the Malays) will make the marriage between politics and faith a reality, and thus view the PAS’ unholy actions with some fantasies and prepare to forgive their faking piousness, but the DAP Chinese are more clever than the Malays, at least they are not clouded by the false pious outlook of the PAS Lebai.

    At the end of the day, it’s about money and power. These are poisons of the real world that Allah wants Muslims to beware, but the PAS Malays have tasted the sweetness of that, and intoxicated and could not let go.

    The DAP Chinese hated the Muslims, what more PAS Muslims whose outlook are like TALIBANS. It’s a matter of time that the DAP Chinese will let out their hatred when the opportunity comes and now the opportunity has indeed arrived.

    If you can invent TAHALUF SIYASI, you think the DAP Chinese do not have similar method? I think PAS know too well that DAP too have their own version of TAHALUF SIYASI. So this ZINA between PAS and DAP must come to an end.

    DAP now don’t want to fook PAS, but PAS being very succumb to lust, cannot let go. And that, is hypocrisy in its true sense.

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  • 3. KJ10Q  |  June 10, 2015 at 12:55 am

    An ustaz teaches. He would teach at pondoks, gives lectures as invitee to a Muslim’s house, and when he is good he will get invited to Suraus, then bigger Suraus, then masjids, then bigger masjids, then forums conducted by ajk masjids during Islamic events, then bigger forums, then forum perdana, then TV9, then RTM, then TV3.

    That’s the path to fame for an ustaz.

    The higher the achievement, the better is the money you get for each appearance. But money does not just earned through giving ceramahs etc., ustaz will sell things too.

    Kacangs, buah asam, keropok to begin with, then kismis kurma and air zam zam. Value added products will bear higher price, like kismis which was enchanted with quranic verses, that too, are divided by the purpose eg. to ubat, to pandai menghafal Quran, to halau jin etc.. Often those read by the tahfiz from his pondok eg. 40 tahfiz will bear even better prices. Some sell lembu kambing for qurban and do hajj for dead people.

    Then money will also earn through collecting alms and donations. For building masjid in some remote areas you never heard of, for building sekolah tahfiz, repairing Suraus etc., and for diverting your zakat payment instead of to amil in your kawasan to ‘actually’ tolong fisabilillah elsewhere like Kampuchea etc., and some even for buying lands in southern Thailand or in Afghanistan etc..

    Ustaz kahwin also, through that, nanti ada anak, anak nak sekolah, nak beli kereta, rumah, rumah kedai jual tomyam etc., ustaz nak hidup juga.

    In other words, ustaz is also a normal human being. Therefore they too go through life and death, have lust, greed, feelings etc., and they also are lured by money like everyone does.

    DAP Chinese like Helen says are Chinese towkays like those in the old MCA. Chinese towkays got money, what more they now control Penang and Selangor. The PAS people has taken the DAP towkays’ money, between their own mak bapak and towkays, towkays are more important to these PAS people, many of whom rose in their rank as popular ustaz di setempat.. Hidup susah in small area. They can’t go back to the old days. Ustaz now wear suit, long sleeves, working in air con room looking to andaman sea. Bukankah dunia pun mahu akhirat pun mahu?

    So please understand why PAS cannot leave pakatan. Forgive them.

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    • 4. Abdullah  |  June 10, 2015 at 12:04 pm

      The inherent problem of Islamist ideology is the “fantasy” of recreating the golden age of Prophethood and the rightly guided caliphs in the present times. In fact, from the time of Mu’awiyah onwards (who had earlier refused to give allegiance to the 4th Caliph Sayyidina Ali, son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.) mundane rulership or “umara” was already differentiated or divorced from spiritual scholarship or “ulama”.

      However, the naive idealism of the Islamist world-view today pronounces the imaginary combination of “ulama-umara” perfectionism; it is their political ambition to install such a mythic entity as government.

      Such is the delusion of unenlightened thought and the dimming of spirituality.

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  • 5. IT.Scheiss  |  June 10, 2015 at 4:51 am

    Is everyone jumping the gun over here?

    The PAS Syura Council has not yet made the final decision to sever ties with the DAP and even if it does but decides that PAS remains within the Pakatan Rakyat, then PAS state assembly members are still entitled to hold whatever posts they currently hold within the respective state governments, and even if PAS leaves Pakatan, PAS state assemblymen still have their seats in the respective state assemblies and are entitled to whatever salaries and perks are due to them. Like even though Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim is now out of the PKR but still retains his Selangor state seat as an independent.

    Otherwise, the converse could be that since DAP’s ties to PAS are by default severed due to PAS’ decision, then DAP too should relinquish all posts held within the respective state governments.

    If PAS indeed does sever its ties with DAP following the Syura Council decision but remains within Pakatan Rakyat, then perhaps PAS would be in an awkward position in its relationship within the state assemblies and state governments.

    On the one hand PAS could find itself obligated to support motions moved by a PKR state assemblyman or assemblywoman but on the other must abstain on motions moved by DAP state assemblymen or assemblywomen.

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  • 6. grandmarquis  |  June 10, 2015 at 4:51 am

    Why must only Pas quit? Since when Selangor belongs to DAP? Why don’t DAP show that they are not hypocrite by quitting Selangor. Why? Sampai sekarang aku masih tak paham. Kenapa tak ngam dengan DAP mesti quit selangor? Sejak bila Selangor jadi milik DAP?

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    • 7. IT.Scheiss  |  June 10, 2015 at 7:08 am

      I have a suspicion that LKS and Tony Pua are overdramatising the effects of PAS possibly breaking ties with the DAP since the Syura Council has yet to decide on whether or not to break ties.

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      • 8. Helen Ang  |  June 10, 2015 at 7:39 am

        Dewan Ulama dan Majlis Syura pada lazimnya seiya dan sekata.

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        • 9. shamshul anuar  |  June 10, 2015 at 8:21 am

          Helen,

          Selangor Govt is led by PKR, Not DAP. as such what authority does Guan eng has to insist on PAS to resign from all post in Selangor.

          As for PAS, why not resign all together and resulting in collapse of Selangor Govt?

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          • 10. Setem  |  June 10, 2015 at 9:32 am

            quote,”….what authority does Guan eng has…”unquote.

            Dia TOKONG, mar!

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            • 11. shamshul anuar  |  June 10, 2015 at 9:04 pm

              Setem,

              It is actually not difficult to put Guan Eng into his proper place. Guan eng styles himself like a saviour.

              We must be firm when dealing with him. Meaning we should not be afraid to point that he talks rubbish.

              But for the reason known best to Najib, He seems OK when Peguam Negara says nothing when Guan Eng gives racist statements.

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    • 12. MCA.8481  |  June 10, 2015 at 12:12 pm

      Agaknya Dap belajar dgn Ajib la noon bugez tu, menteri kabinet yg tak setuju dgn cara wan emdibi ditadbir, sila resign ! Only in malaysia a crook can ask ‘good guys’ to resign

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  • 13. HH  |  June 10, 2015 at 2:20 pm

    Let’s call a spade a spade;

    Political parties getting together for strategic reasons are the norm. Politicians are hardly the epitome of nobility and honesty. But when political parties high on Holy mandates attempt to one up others in the sphere of lowdown politics, you get wtf.

    DAP has its fair share of Christian cronyism within its party ranks, fine. Despite its strong Christian influence, DAP is not a Christian political party. They do not fight for Jesus. Their party manifesto states explicitly what they want..

    Quote: “Berjuang menerusi cara-cara berperlembagaan dalam menubuhkan satu masyarakat bercorak demokratik sosialis di Malaysia;”

    As for Keadilan, even with Anwar, warts and all, is not a faith-based political entity. The no.1 item in their manifesto;

    Quote: “membentuk masyarakat yang adil dan negara yang demokratik, progresif and bersatu-padu.”

    PAS’ manifesto?

    Quote:

    “Dasar PAS ialah ISLAM

    Seruan PAS ialah ALLAHUAKBAR

    Tujuan PAS ialah :

    Memperjuangkan wujudnya di dalam negara ini sebuah masyarakat dan pemerintahan yang terlaksana di dalamnya bilai-nilai hidup Islam dan hukum-hukumnya menuju keredhaan Allah.”

    Just go through the party manifesto and it is not hard to see PAS has different tenets from DAP and PKR. Their core struggle cannot be more different. Secularism vs Islamisation.

    I don’t hold DAP, PKR to the same standard as PAS. Assuming PAS is on God’s mandate, then one should expect them to be above the fray.

    If PAS is first and foremost a political party, then they should just work with their partners.

    If PAS is apolitical and its primary mission is God-driven, then I don’t see why they should stay in the alliance.

    Some ask why PAS has to leave but not DAP?

    Because PAS does not share the same idealogy and is at odds with the core beliefs of others in the alliance.

    If realpolitik is the excuse to hang on, then let’s drop the divine bluff and start acting like real politicians.

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    • 14. Helen Ang  |  June 10, 2015 at 2:29 pm

      re: “Politicians are hardly the epitome of nobility and honesty.”

      Good luck to you trying to convince the hardcore Jerusubangites of this.

      re: “Despite its strong Christian influence, DAP is not a Christian political party. They do not fight for Jesus. Their party manifesto states explicitly what they want.”

      DAP has become the Developers Above People party. Since 2008 when they tasted success and real power, whatever remnants of socialism they had left was thrown out the window.

      re: “Just go through the party manifesto and it is not hard to see PAS has different tenets from DAP and PKR. Their core struggle cannot be more different. Secularism vs Islamisation.”

      When the strong Christian influence of the DAP is manifesting itself in their politics, then they’re de facto parleying political Christianity although not a Christian party de jure unlike PAS which wears its green on its sleeve. DAP is slicker – it wears chameleon colours like Hannah and her tudung and Ong Kian Ming with his #sahur and “Insya Allah”.

      re: “I don’t hold DAP, PKR to the same standard as PAS.”

      So the three parties in Pakatan are to be held to different standards in the event of their split? And therefore, it’s PAS that should be kicked out? Let’s see.

      re: “If realpolitik is the excuse to hang on, then let’s drop the divine bluff and start acting like real politicians.”

      Becoming Hannah.

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      • 15. HH  |  June 10, 2015 at 3:17 pm

        Quote: Good luck to you trying to convince the hardcore Jerusubangites of this.

        Yep, no different from trying to get through to U supporters the lack of accountability in administration is gonna drive the country further into debt.

        PM: Government spending up to RM11.62b annually for 9 state firms off the books

        http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/pm-government-spending-up-to-rm11.62b-annually-for-9-state-firms-off-the-bo

        Quote: So the three parties in Pakatan are to be held to different standards in the event of their split? And therefore, it’s PAS that should be kicked out? Let’s see.

        Kicked? Did I say that?

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        • 16. Helen Ang  |  June 10, 2015 at 7:54 pm

          re: “Yep, no different from trying to get through to U supporters the lack of accountability in administration is gonna drive the country further into debt.”

          You can try convincing us Selangorians that the Azmin administration is not gonna drive our state into debt. We’re not so sure. And we don’t trust him.

          We trust TS Khalid. However the MB who left Selangor with surplus reserves was ousted by the Pakatan that you support on the back of a nasty smear campaign. They threw dirt at him and tried to drag his name through mud without proving any charges.

          Even our Sultan felt compelled to titah a good word for Khalid in his defence.

          What “accountability” has Pakatan shown when they forced Lee Chin Cheh to resign his Kajang seat without any valid reason after barely nine months (Jan 2014) in office? It was a betrayal of the mandate that the voters gave Pakatan in May 2013.

          Where is the “accountability” in Pakatan’s ugly removal of an MB which the majority of Selangorians have no objections to?

          When you people invoke “accountability” it’s double standards and merely a convenient trope like “good governance”, “transparency” and the rest of your standard MARKETING lexicon. You guys give good words a bad smell.

          re: “Kicked? Did I say that?”

          So what are you saying?

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          • 17. HH  |  June 10, 2015 at 9:06 pm

            Re: Azmin ousted Khalid

            TS Khalid failed to out maneuver his opponent. I like TS Khalid too, but I don’t hold his ouster against Azmin. This is realpolitik, the survival of the fittest.

            Quote: When you people invoke “accountability” it’s double standards and merely a convenient trope like “good governance”, “transparency” and the rest of your standard MARKETING lexicon. You guys give good words a bad smell.

            Since you are contented to put up with the rot to the extent of spewing rhetorics like ‘gee, the new guy could possibly be just as bad”, well, I have noting to add. That’s your prerogative.

            I am the optimist here, so let me live.

            Quote: what are you saying?

            If PAS exists solely for the holy anointing, then why proceed to mingle with the antagonists? The logical thing to do would be just leave.

            On the other hand if PAS is dead set on staying in PR, then they should yield to their earthly existence and start acting like a real political party.

            ABU, remember?

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            • 18. Helen Ang  |  June 10, 2015 at 9:49 pm

              re: “TS Khalid failed to out maneuver his opponent. I like TS Khalid too, but I don’t hold his ouster against Azmin. This is realpolitik, the survival of the fittest.”

              Like the Dapsters always say, “It’s a dog-eat-dog world” (although among some, it’s also Man Eat Dog). PKR wanted Khalid out, and DAP ultimately sided with PKR while PAS was against.

              In the Kajang Move, we’ve seen (PKR+)DAP realpolitik played at the highest level and to what length DAP subscribes to the law of the jungle, and for which they wanted to claim their pound of flesh – the post of Deputy Speaker (II).

              re: “Since you are contented to put up with the rot to the extent of spewing rhetorics like ‘gee, the new guy could possibly be just as bad”, well, I have noting to add. That’s your prerogative.”

              The new guy Azmin is worse. TS Khalid Ibrahim was infinitely better. If we could exercise our prerogative, some of us S’gor voters would like to see a snap election and TS Khalid reinstalled as MB.

              re: “I am the optimist here, so let me live.”

              You are indeed living on optimism. Were you one of those who had believed that Ubah-Ini kali lah was possible on 5 May 2013?

              re: “On the other hand if PAS is dead set on staying in PR, then they should yield to their earthly existence and start acting like a real political party. ABU, remember?”

              Thanks for the reply. So it’s ABU all the way, eh?

              (1) While I don’t see PAS becoming buddy-buddy with Umno anytime soon, or PAS entering into any kind of formal association with BN, there has been nonetheless a sea change in the PAS political mindset.

              At the recently concluded muktamar, Umno was not bashed up as Public Enemy No.1. Instead it was the DAP that was highlighted in the Dewan Ulama assembly as a Christian party posing a threat to continued Islamization of this country.

              PAS will not embrace ABU anymore because Umno is not an enemy of Islam but is now even talking hudud with PAS.

              (2) The ABU Chinese by voting 90:10 to usher in a tsunami have put all their eggs into one basket. There is no possibility of rapprochement with BN anymore.

              The only Chinese left who command any trust among the Malay ground are the Chinese Muslims.

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  • 19. ken  |  July 31, 2015 at 4:53 pm

    It is good to be greedy. No one will look at you
    When you are poor. Why worry , greedy is the best
    Way even if i have to back stab my family.
    Hooray to greediness …

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