Sunday, September 28, 2014

Coming soon the NEXT VICTIM

BIRDS ARE WHISPERING THAT A NEW DRAMA IS COMING SOON, SIMILAR TO SELANGOR CRISIS.  THIS TIME IT IS THE PRESIDENT SEAT.
WOW, AND WE ARE LOOKING AT A COALITION PARTY THAT ONLY WON IN TWO ELECTIONS.  IMAGINE WHAT HAPPENS IF THEY WIN IN NEXT ELECTION.  I AM NOT SURPRISE IF BLOOD IS SHED.
SO WHO STAND TO GAIN IF HADI IS SLAUGHTER? PAS, PKR OR DAP?
WILL KHALID SAMAD, KAK WAN AND ANWAR IBRAHIM SPEND THEIR LOVELY TIME GOING ON ROADSHOWS AGAIN TO CONVINCE THE MALAYS, WHY HADI HAS TO GO SIMILAR TO THE WAYS THEY WENT ABOUT CONDEMNING EX-MB KHALID.
MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION WOULD BE 'WHO IS FINANCING THIS RM8 MILLION BLOCKBUSTER?'

DAP and PKR must review Hadi-led PAS status in Pakatan 
Hadi
REVIEW: PAS’ wider majority loss in Pengkalan Kubor clearly shows party president
Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang must step down as the leader of the Islamist party.
If he refuses to resign, then PAS’ political future is extremely bleak as Hadi is solely responsible for i
ncurring the wrath of Pakatan Rakyat supporters.
There is no excuse for PAS to lose Pengkalan Kubor by a bigger majority simply because it is also in
control of the state government machinery.
PAS cannot blame the loss to BN-Umno having the advantage of the federal government machinery,
more so the state seat is in Tumpat, a parliamentary stronghold of PAS.
The loss also confirms that PAS cannot win elections alone. Only with Pakatan can it win more seats
and have a chance to rule states like Perak, Kedah and Terengganu, as electoral history has shown.
Is re-joining BN an option for PAS? You don’t need a rocket scientist to give you the answer unless
you think Umno would be magnanimous with PAS.
Thus, PAS is only digging its political grave deeper with the pro-Umno Hadi.
Hadi’s stand in going all out to frustrate PKR in the appointment of the Selangor Menteri Besar has not
only inflicted serious damage on PAS, but also Pakatan.
His initial behind-the-scene bid to try and form a unity government in Selangor with PKR deputy president
Azmin Ali and Umno is seen by Pakatan voters as a betrayal.
Yes. Hadi has started singing the same song, that there is no room for PAS to form a unity government
with BN-Umno.
Of course he has to change his tune to undo the blunder and to remain in power.
However, Hadi is fooling no one, except his supporters. If he has supreme influence in PAS, he would
now be holding a senior position in a unity government with BN-Umno.
To add salt to injury, PAS Youth vice-chief Mohd Khairil Nizam Khiruddin said the Islamist party did not
rule out leaving the Pakatan Rakyat coalition when the time was right.
Please do Pakatan a favour. Leave now for heaven’s sake. The time is right. Don’t remain in Pakatan
as a mole to strengthen Umno.
BN-Umno retained Pengkalan Kubor with a bigger majority of 2,626 votes compared with 1,736 votes i
n GE13. BN-Umno polled 9,948 (56.28 per cent), PAS 7,322 votes (41.43) and Independent 38 votes
(0.21 per cent).
A total of 17,674 voters cast their ballots for a 73.52 per cent turnout. The state seat has 24,039
registered voters.
A look at some of early stream results show PAS was thumped in most of the voting centres.
BN-Umno whipped PAS in Pengkalan Kubor (557 majority), Kg Ketil (three), Simpangan (615),
Tujoh (110), Kg Telaga Bata (115), Kg Bunohan (468), Jubakar Darat (677), Bendang Pak Yong (231),
Teluk Jering (316), Undi Awal/Pos (88).
PAS beat BN-Umno in Kg Tebing (107), Kg Getting (308) and Kedai Getting (139).
What Hadi has achieved in his seemingly pro-Umno leadership in PAS is to create hatred and mistrust
against his Islamist party among Pakatan supporters.
No doubt Pakatan has also suffered damage.
Both PKR and DAP will have to sit down and seriously discuss PAS’ position in Pakatan, should Hadi
continue to hold on to his presidency.
If PKR and DAP top leaders could swiftly boycott campaigning in Pengkalan Kubor, there’s no reason
why they cannot make that painful decision to “rebrand” Pakatan without a Hadi-led PAS.
Failing to do so will only result in more damage and erosion of support for PKR and DAP, simply
because both cannot continue to work with a “politically untrustworthy” PAS and hope for support
from Malaysians.

Ng Kee Seng
http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/bahasa/article/pasma-dilancarkan-di-terengganu-esok-ketika-pas-melarang-penyertaan


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