Sunday, January 25, 2009

Breaking News

Bota Assemblyman joins Parti Keadilan Rakyat on the eve of the Chinese New Year 2009. Thank you very much, Datuk Nasarudin Hashim.

His details from Perak BN are:

No12, Taman Pari
Jalan Manjoi
30100 Ipoh

Although I am not an Islamic scholar and not a Malay, I know very well about the prinsip kepahlawanan, kesetiaan, dosa and the Islamic principles.

UMNO and Barisan Nasional component parties assisted you with your State Seat election campaign in March 2008.

The thousands of people who campaigned for you and contributed to your campaign funds entrusted their welfare and future to you.

Not forgetting, the thousands of voters who voted for you. That seat which you are sitting comfortably in the Perak State Assembly, belongs to the rakyat.

The rakyat in Bota voted not only for you but also for UMNO and Barisan Nasional. Jangan mengkhianati kepercayaan rakyat kepada Datuk. Berdosa!

Let me show you the picture of this Datuk who crossed over unethically and betrayed the trust and votes of the rakyat.

The rakyat did not ask you to crossover to Pakatan Rakyat. Do not put words into the rakyat's mouth.

I remember DAP top leaders like M Kulasegaran disagreeing with crossovers from one party to another. I wonder what will DAP say.

You might be right that Pakatan Rakyat is on a run now. They are on a bull run. But a bull might barge into a big wall. A bull might run amok.

Riding on such a bull, be aware that you will get hurt too, Nasarudin Hashim.

NEWS: Umno man joins PKR in Perak


Ahmad Amzar said...

"Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin, who is also state PAS deputy commissioner, said there were unconfirmed reports that more Barisan representatives planned to follow in Nasaruddin’s footsteps.

“There will be more crossovers ... we are working on it,” he said.

Perak DAP chief Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham welcomed Nasaruddin into the Pakatan family, saying that the latter had told him in a phone conversation that he wanted to contribute more effectively to the alliance. "

What a shame Nizar,what a shame Ngeh. I feel disgust of having this type of people ruling our state.

If Perak is still under BN,should there be any crossover from the opposition to BN,I would dare to say that people like Anwar,Kit Siang et al will be the first to go here and there telling people that BN is practising corruption.

Of course,we're not going to see that anytime soon.I wonder what are the benefits he'll get from joining PR. An EXCO seat?Money?Or perhaps,"sedekah"?

And to this particular Datuk,ingatlah Datuk,awak tu dipilih atas tiket UMNO-BN.Halal ke awak pakai duit orang,kemudian awak pergi "bunuh" dia?

Anonymous said...

Looking at the clock that you have put up., 133D 11H 02M
42S...counting the day that has passed. Janji DSAI!!! Is it real.

The Breaking News and the Highlights in your Blog.

What will happen to our next PM coming March 2009? Insufficient of majority or call for a snap election.

It is a wake up call or do the rakyat want changes?

What is your prediction?

Wei Liang Goh said...

The clock widget at my sidebar is real. 135 days have passed since Anwar's dream did not come true on September 16, 2008.

The Muslim scholars in PAS know clearly it is wrong to lie and cheat the people. But a full disclosure was not provided.

DAP, who claim to practise transparency and integrity, failed to provide full accountability on the failed takeover bid.

The mystery behind 916 remain unsolved.

As for the future of Malaysian politics, I suggest people spend some time to read Aisehman's article - Options for a Compromise

Interesting views on the future of the top leadership in UMNO and the Federal Government.

The words of Altantuya, arms deal, submarines scandal, Rosmah and many more have been the subject of coffee shop chats.

Najib is actually facing an uphill task of winning the people's hearts and votes. If everyone realises this, Barisan Nasional - especially UMNO and Najib Tun Razak - have been very patient and always holding back whenever they are attacked or accused of something.

We shall see how Najib counters all the allegations against him.

Muhyiddin on the other hand, is seen as a capable leader. He is brave and dare to voice out in UMNO and Barisan Nasional.

Najib, if voted out of Putrajaya, will face immense pressure from Muhyiddin's supporters to step aside.

In my opinion, Muhyiddin stands a better chance to face Pakatan Rakyat than Najib.