Better to hold the “snap poll” in Selangor

June 23, 2016 at 11:30 pm 11 comments

If PAS now considers DAP to be an enemy of Islam, why is the parti Islam still willing to be in cahoots with the evangelical party in the Selangor state government?

Hannah Yeoh Ugly PendatangHannah YeohPAS should do the decent thing and withdraw their excos from the Azmin administration.

Isn’t PAS the least bit bothered that a munafiq like Hannah Yeoh (left) is holding such a high position in a government that’s propped up by a so-called Islamic party?

How does an Islamic party like PAS square its participation in a state government dominated by an enemy-of-Islam party whose Cina DAP clearly despise PAS leaders and their Islamic tenets?

Selangor’s Pakatan government must acquire a fresh mandate from us voters because it is a thieving one that is currently occupying stolen property.

Thwo YBs representing PAN are dishonorably occupying seats they had won on the PAS ticket. Let’s have a snap poll to see if PAN will be able to hold on to the seats they kebas from PAS.

Selangor govt 2016

Khalid Ibrahim for MB, kerajaan perpaduan

We Selangorians want the chance to elect a unity government of the ummah, for the ummah. PAS is capable of delivering the goods. It has the support of 7,000 voters in Sungai Besar, as one example.

In comparison, MCA has no state (or Parliament) seats in Selangor and far less support than PAS.

Selangor’s urban Chinese are hardcore DAP and their spiritual capital of Jerusubang is centred in Petaling district.

Hannah Yeoh's interns Occupy Masjid

Hannah Yeoh’s interns Occupy Masjid

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PAS (13) and Umno (12) together have 25 seats vs PKR (13) and DAP (14) who have 27 seats combined.

Two Aduns are independent, i.e. former MB Khalid Ibrahim and Teluk Datuk’s YB Loh Chee Hong who is ex-DAP.

Morib’s YB Hasnul Baharuddin and Hulu Kelang’s YB Saari Sungib are ex-PAS.

I believe that Umno with PAS will be able garner enough seats to form a new Selangor government in the event of a snap election. If only Umno had had the balls to put up Jamal Sekinchan in the recent by-election, even he would have won handily.

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  • 1. shamshul anuar  |  June 24, 2016 at 12:17 am

    Helen,

    Indeed that is one question that many Malays have been asking. And Hadi’s insistence in supporting Selangor State Government is one reason why many Malays feel PAS is not that sincere.

    PAS supports PKR in Selangor. Yet, PKR supports PAN that is hostile in every form towards PAS. If that is an irony, wait until we put DAP into the equation. DAP is anti PAS . And DAP is friendly with PKR.

    ACtually PAS missed one life time chance to “bring Islam” into Selangor sate government. Way back after 2008 where UMNO is unable to form Selangor Government, then PM Abdullah offered PAS to join in Selangor Government. and UMNO true to its magnaminous character, offered the post of Menteri Besar to PAS.

    Then PAS Deputy President wrote that PAS tricked UMNO by pretending to be interested. Yet behind UMNO’s back, PAS went on forming an alliance with PKR and DAP.

    The election in sg Besar shows that despite PAS claiming to be Islamic, it comes second to UMNO. The results speaks for itself. Despite massive effort to portray UMNO as “gone case”, it still manages to get the lion share of malay votes.

    PAS must understand that the only way for any Islamic law or RUU to pass through Parliament is through UMNOs support.

    Political equation will definitely change with PAS out of Selangor. The instant result would be PKR will be like “fish out of water”. Despite claiming to be multiracial, PKR Malay support is waning.

    PAS has nothing to lose. But I am realistic. Decades of painting UMNO as “assabiyah” by Tok Guru playing God is difficult to erase. But as goes the saying “time and tide waits for no man”.

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    • 2. Melayu Malaysia  |  June 24, 2016 at 7:04 am

      There are still remnants of the absolute mule in PAS who still thinks co-operating with UMNO is a one way ticket to hell.. And that is the stumbling block.

      Often we come across statements issued by these mules which confuses the general public. And by these, it shows the lack of sincerity.

      PAS need to look deep within itself and set their path, one not clouded by political interests, but the interest of the Ummah

      Till then, UMNO/BN would still be the better choice, especially without KJ….

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  • 3. Jason  |  June 24, 2016 at 10:15 am

    Fielding Budiman as MP for Sg Besar by-election was correct in terms of strategy to ensure a good win with no controversy. Jamal’s hard work in campaigning for BN & Budiman showed that he is a team player. And with the story of his big role in securing the release of the fishermen in Sekinchan, Jamal is well positioned to be the candidate for DUN Sg Panjang in GE14 to replace Budiman as ADUN.

    With the new electoral dynamics of PAS being the spoiler in many DAP or even PKR seats, BN has a fair chance of retaking Selangor state in GE14. There are a handful of vulnerable DAP seats that DAP may lose due to the loss of support from PAS.

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  June 24, 2016 at 10:28 am

      Jason,

      re: “Fielding Budiman as MP for Sg Besar by-election was correct in terms of strategy to ensure a good win with no controversy.”

      I know. I don’t fault the play safe strategy.

      re: “Jamal’s hard work in campaigning for BN & Budiman showed that he is a team player.”

      :) Not to mention what was at stake for Najib.

      re: “And with the story of his big role in securing the release of the fishermen in Sekinchan, Jamal is well positioned to be the candidate for DUN Sg Panjang in GE14 to replace Budiman as ADUN.”

      I had the same thought. Jamal for exco? hahaha

      re: “With the new electoral dynamics of PAS being the spoiler in many DAP or even PKR seats, BN has a fair chance of retaking Selangor state in GE14.”

      Yup, a paradigm shift alright. It was Najib that pulled it off. If Tun (or Muhyiddin) was PM, he would not have been able to wean PAS away from the opposition coalition.

      In fact, Tun is going the opposite direction by sleeping with the enemy of Islam.

      re: “There are a handful of vulnerable DAP seats that DAP may lose due to the loss of support from PAS.”

      Perhaps. But is MCA poised to win them back? For the mixed seats, I still believe that PAS will perform better than MCA.

      But whether – MCA or PAS prevails – Umno is firmly in a win-win situation. If PAS wins, Umno can offer PAS to form unity gomen. In the unlikely event that MCA wins, it was be status quo in the BN.

      Whichever way the dice rolls, Umno gets to call the shots.

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      • 5. Melayu Malaysia  |  June 24, 2016 at 11:08 am

        “Perhaps. But is MCA poised to win them back? For the mixed seats, I still believe that PAS will perform better than MCA.”

        After some careless statements by the bigwigs in MCA on RUU, many Muslims felt slighted. And you think the Malay votes will go to Barisan? (MIC, Gerakan included). Just ask Liow Tiong Lai why many suraus/JKKKs in his constituency rejected his Ramadhan contribution.

        Many Melayus may not be good Muslims but their sensitivity to all things Islam cannot be discounted, and please forget the modern and liberated Melayus, the ones who celebrated Aminah Wadud as an Imam of mixed congregation.

        So if PAS is smart enough, don’t go for UMNO’s head. The vessels that make the most noise on RUU will surely curse their heads/mouths and possibly be reduced to a token Senatorship, to be appointed as a Minister… And Najib will bend over backwards to please and uplift MCA

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        • 6. Helen Ang  |  June 24, 2016 at 11:56 am

          re: “Just ask Liow Tiong Lai why many suraus/JKKKs in his constituency rejected his Ramadhan contribution.”

          Really?

          Why don’t the Subang Jaya mosques and surau reject Hannah Yeoh’s 2k and 1k contributions? $igh …

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          • 7. Melayu Malaysia  |  June 24, 2016 at 12:45 pm

            Yes Helen, they TOTALLY rejected and boycotted the event leaving LTL assistants red faces……

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            • 8. Helen Ang  |  June 24, 2016 at 1:55 pm

              Malays in Subang Jaya should do the same. Especially if they’re PAS people. Why take money from the “enemy of Islam”?

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              • 9. shamshul anuar  |  June 24, 2016 at 6:16 pm

                Helen

                Changes within Malay community takes many form. Some are quite subtle and often overlooked.

                As an example, seats that was once won by non Malay BN candidates are now won by PAS. Example Kota Raja, Selangor. Not to mention higher majority by BN(meaning UMNO) in recent by elections. Malays have formed their opinions and they do not trust Mohd Sabu. Ever wonder why Mohd sabu decided not to contest in SG Besar or Kuala Kangsar? He himself knows he would have lost if he contested.

                As Malays tend not to create a scene, many especially those in DAP often underestimate the sentiment. DAP does not understand that stomping on Hadi’s photo or even Naijb’s will only put off Malays. Rafizi can preach until cows come home but the impression is that he too like Mohd sabu is viewed as compromising malay interests.

                Anger against GST has subsided. all become many now realise the timing is extraordinary. GST was effected just as oil price tumbling down. had Najib chosen to be popular, he would have delayed GST only to invite total banckruptcy problem.

                TUn initially received malay support in his quest to topple Najib. But Tun goes too far. Not only he wants Najib out, he is prepared to bring down UMNO altogether. hat is where Malays draw the line.

                Not to say that Malays love Najib or UMNO so much.But they are not willing to lose Malay political power:the only bargaining chip they have

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  • 10. Formerly known as FHAAHD  |  June 24, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    Cameron at least has the integrity to resign for the betterment of the country…unlike Mr 1MDB.

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    • 11. RINA  |  June 25, 2016 at 11:41 am

      Formerly known as FHAAHD

      unlike Mr 1MDB???

      Why must he resign?

      Tu laaa, itu gendang kosong jangan palu terlampau kuat2 sangat, kasi pekak telinga olang saja. Lagi satu itu air lioq basi, suka sembur sana sini mayak busuk tau.

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