There’s a Malay political operative close to DAP that has been going around belittling PAS.
This Malay prepaid blogger (who’s egotistical enough to think he’s worth RM20,000) has been saying repeatedly that the Islamist party possesses no electoral clout outside its rural heartland.
Hence, he insists that PAS will not be able to bring anything useful to the table for talks of cooperation with Umno. In fact, he has been incessantly pooh-poohing even the idea of Perpaduan Ummah itself.
As a pemakan dedak with the opposition, his present line of attack in trying to alienate Umno from PAS – particularly in Johor – is only to be expected. After all, a positive development on the unity front is an anathema to his new Chinese paymasters.
His efforts to undermine Muslim unity by constantly pouring cold water on the suggestion is in defiance of what the Umno liaison chiefs are themselves actually signalling.
For example, this Malay prepaid blogger we’re talking about has decried that PAS is quite useless in the advanced west coast states and that PAS has nothing to offer Umno in Johor.
Fortunately in real life, Khaled Nordin – who is Umno’s Menteri Besar in Johor – is not one bit like what the Malay blogger has been falsely depicting. (No wonder Mr Big Headed Blogger has been soundly rejected by Khalid media’s team.)
The Malay reject’s sneaky public advice is that the parti Melayu should not to bother or waste its time with the parti Islam.
However, the reality of Khaled’s stance is that the Johor MB remains open minded to the proposed cooperation — see Sinar Harian story below. So, the Malay fraudster clearly lied (something he does quite frequently just like his Dapster brothers and sisters).
A reason for one particular Malay drifting to the Dark Side
Umno info chief Annuar Musa suggests that Malay troublemakers start opposing the party when their services had been scorned or rejected by the Najib camp.
The Protun blogger (above) is kempunan (mighty sore that he did not get a cut) and thus his envy.
According to Annuar, “orang yang menentang [Najib] itu tak dapat dedak”. Thus their drift to the opponent’s camp because they weren’t getting any or not being given the 20k they had demanded as deserving.
[Note: DAP is generous with Malays because the Cinapek party desperately needs orang berkulit sawo matang on its payroll to act as stooges.]
You can listen to Annuar’s interview in the Sinar.tv video here.
“… tiga juta ahli Umno makan dedak? 22,000 cawangan makan dedak? […] Saya rasa sekarang ini bukan seorang-orang yang menyokong [DS Najib] soal makan dedak. Orang yang menentang itu tak dapat dedak.”
See minutes 2:22 – 2:26, ‘Annuar: Ku Li makan dedak jenis apa?’
Protun rejects wreaking vengeance
Tun Mahathir, who was unable to get his way within Umno, has taken his crusade outside of the Malay nationalist party and is undeniably working now with the opposition.
Likewise some of the Protun.
One ex-mainstream media man (yup, the same Malay blogger we’ve been discussing) threw a hissy fit when Johor Umno refused to heed his supposed and self-proclaimed expertise on the ground.
But then again, why listen to losers? Team Ghani lost Gelang Patah, after all, and they didn’t even see the Chinese tsunami coming.
No wonder then that the Prime Minister’s Office didn’t think much of the prepaid blogger’s ability and acumen, and in the same vein, his readers don’t think much of his political analysis skill either.
The truth is PMO is right on track with its perpaduan ummah agenda.
Malay political operatives, especially those in the pay of the opposition, are cluck-cluck-clucking their dissatisfaction over this matter of Umno being nice to PAS.
Of course it suits the DAP-led Pakatan Harapan to deter a closer cooperation between PAS and Umno. No doubt more dirty tricks will be pulled from the black propaganda bag by those doing their utmost to derail perpaduan ummah.
But these musang berbulu ayam Malay operatives have revealed themselves too early by their over-eagerness to split the majority community by deriding the need for PAS and Umno to draw closer together.