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Umno should never ever agree to work with DAP

BELOW: My cat Simba reacts to the news yesterday that Umno is not on board with DAP

DAP jahat

Juga hipokrit dan pandai putar belit.

Najib is open to the idea of working with Anwar but on the condition that DAP is out of the picture. The Umno supreme council, however, rejects both DAP and Anwar.

Tony Pua wrote in his Facebook last night: “A government who has to depend on Najib’s support can go to hell.”

(Just to quickly correct Tony’s English grammar — it should be “a government that has to depend” or “a government which has to depend”.)

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DAP‘s new normal

Tony Pua is biaDAP and he is typical of his party’s this generation political operatives.

In October 2017, Tony called Eric See-To a “nobody” even though the then deputy director of BN strategic communications had once lent him RM100,000 to tide over his company which was in financial difficulties.

When Eric responded that he was terribly hurt by the scorn, Tony retorted the loan taken a dozen years ago had been “fully repaid”. Tony added that such help rendered long ago still does not make Eric a “somebody“ in the present day.

DAP can’t cooperate with majority of Malays 

The brush with Eric shows Tony Pua’s lack of understanding for the Malay saying ‘hutang emas boleh dibayar, hutang budi dibawa mati’.

Umno is a Melayu organization that has ‘Malay’ in its party name. DAP is nominally multi-kulti and today the party is heavily promoting its idea of ‘diversity’. This diverseness (well, actually evangelical Christianity predominates) of the DAP leaves the party with very little or nothing in common with Melayu Islam.

DAP has no shared values with the Malays to speak of, and that’s why the evangelical party has been rejected by Umno, PAS, Bersatu, PBB and half of PKR.

Its three Malay former vice chairmen said DAP sucked

Many others too have felt slighted by the behaviour of DAP ministers, parliamentarians, Aduns and apparatchiks.

If Eric’s RM100,000 loan was seemingly nothing in Tony’s eyes, what more the worth of Malays?

Zulkifli Mohd Noor, who once held the position of DAP vice chairman, had complained unsurprisingly that Malays were regarded as “kaum 50 sen” within the party.

Zul resigned from DAP after 26 years, saying the party only valued Malays to serve as window dressing.

DAP tak reti kenang budi

Ahmad Nor was DAP member of parliament for Bayan Baru in Penang from 1990 to 1995. His son Amran, who was a DAP life member as well, shared a similar bad experience.

If the late Zulkifli considered that DAP believe their Malays were only worth 50 sen, then Amran Ahmad considers that DAP believe their Malay members to be worth a mere 5 sen.

Amran was also disappointed that his late father, who like Zul was once a DAP vice chairman, was not given due appreciation for being a loyal pioneer before the party hit pay dirt in the 2008 election.

Yet another former DAP Malay vice chairman who left the party on bad terms is Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim. According to him, the DAP’s claim to champion all races is pure bunkum.

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New DAP is unlike old DAP

DAP leaders in the party of old were a better class of people.

These included the likes of Karpal Singh, Dr Chen Man Hin, Fan Yew Teng, Dr Kua Kia Soong, Lee Lam Thye, Kerk Kim Hock, Wee Choo Keong, Dr Tan Seng Giaw and Dr Boo Cheng Hau. They reflected DAP 1.0 in the era before Lim Guan Eng became a Born Again Christian.

Since the noughties (2000s) decade, however, DAP is increasingly filling up with evangelistas.

These opportunistic cosplayers wearing their tudung and ‘camping’ in surau dan masjid are the ‘yin’ balance to the ‘yang’ element of the Red Bean Army. DAP evangelistas bermuka-muka depan orang Melayu while the anonymous RBA are free to be as mean and nasty as they please.

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Tony Pua exemplifies the new hypocritical DAP.

In his same controversial FB entry, Tony wrote “Najib is the biggest crook in the country” and swore he would never sign up to such a government that contains Umno kleptocrats.

While Tony eagerly slams the Umno court cluster, he pretends to be oblivious to his own boss’ stack of corruption cases pending in the courts. It is more than possible that Guan Eng is himself a big crook (if found guilty of the charges).

Dapsters think that Umno is unfit to work with Harapan.


They lack the self-awareness to realize that all the Malay/bumiputera parties with the exception of Amanah don’t want to touch dirty DAP with a ten-foot pole.


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