Monday, January 26, 2009

Say No To Nasharuddin Hashim

On the first day of CNY, I dedicate part of my time for the world of politics and for Malaysia.

It irks me to see such an unethical switch in the political landscape. Eating my CNY biscuits and drinks are not appetizing upon further research of this man yesterday.

Dato' Nasharuddin Hashim, ADUN Bota in Perak won the State Seat on 8 March 2008 with a majority of 2068 votes. He received a total of 6556 votes from the rakyat of Bota.

Yang Berhormat Bota, 59.36 percent of the people in Bota voted for you, UMNO and Barisan Nasional to continue to serve faithfully and diligently in Bota.

Actually the crossover to PKR is not because of the growing support for the bull (Pakatan Rakyat) which might hit a wall or run amok one day and the riders will fall and get hurt.

In October 2008, during the UMNO Division elections, Dato' Nasaruddin lost his Parit Division Chief post to Datuk Mohd Zaim Abu Hassan.

Is that the main reason? No. In this same month, his tenure as Felcra Berhad President ended with a 2 years service.

Perak UMNO Chief Datuk Seri Mohd Tajol Rosli Mohd Ghazali had an emergency meeting with the BN ADUNs yesterday amidst claims from Datuk Seri Mohd Nizar that there might be more crossovers.

Only 20 attended. The rest, 7 or 8 of them, were reported to be overseas.

DAP should really say something about these crossovers. DAP is voiceless in Pakatan Rakyat now. Just like a eunuch. All the talk about reforms, democracy and equality.

DAP is not even sitting on par with PKR and PAS. Only YB M Kulasegaran dared to disagree with crossovers.

The rest are Anwar's yes-men.

Related link: Breaking News

(Credits to Jakarta Post, Felcra and Perak BN for the photos)


Anonymous said...

If only through the cross over would prevent Najib from becoming PM so be it.I don't want a tainted man to be my PM, I don't want to go oversea with people asking about the murder of a Mongolian lady and its connection with my PM, I'm sick with BN's corruption. I want it to change, I don't care how..

Ahmad Amzar said...

Maybe his decision came at the right time for both UMNO and BN. Perhaps this is the type of people we need to REMOVE first before we start remaking BN,and in this case,UMNO.

I'll remember his name as long as I can.

Jimmy Tham said...

we cannot simply deduce pas and dap silence as being a neutered eunuch, i would rather think of them as being a long term strategist (or opportunist some would say) where the end justify the mean. being in power for far too long, corrupts people and organisation, rendering them inefficient and arrogant and sometimes, we have to pull the carpet beneath them and let them fall to see things from a more humble perspective, hoping they would come back up stronger and better.

I personally would want BN to fall but it doens't means I support PR. I for one would want to have 2 strong devils pulling each other's dirty laundry out in parade and in turn benefit us the rakyat. Politic is dirty and there's no point debating who is better or worse as the very essence of democracy is check and balance and this need to come from a strong opposition be it BN or PR. Let them fight to their "death" in parliament till the foam forms in their mouth and I don't care. If this incident is a mean for PR to achieve victory I don't care but it will bite them from where they least expect. Lessons can be learnt from US' actions in Bosnia and how Russia mimic it once nemesis and did the same to Georgia. US practically has its own cock stuffed into its mouth and can't do anything more than coming out with harsh statements.

Look at Taiwan, I for once dream of Malaysia becoming a second taiwan. we have roughly the same population, surrounded by giants and our economy primarily relies on SMEs and not big corporations. KMT who was in power for over 4 decades fall from power under the leadership of lee teng hui but it emerges stronger, found its true friends who stand firm by their side during those trial times, politically linked corporations were separated from KMT overnight yet it emerge stronger under the leadership of mah ying jeou. Think of BN who returns to its very core objectives formed during the independence of malaya.

Have a happy chinese new year my friends.

Ahmad Amzar said...

hehe,how could I forgot this one article,which might prove the reason why PKR is trying to get ADUN from BN?

"Zul pula bersama-sama juruteknik Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Perak (PKNP), Ruslan Sahat, dan dua Exco Perak dari PKR, Kapten (B) Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu dan Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi, serta bekas Adun Bota juga dari PKR, Kapten (B) Usaili Alias, kini menghadapi 16 tuduhan rasuah yang akan dibicarakan serentak selama tiga hari bermula 11 Februari depan di Mahkamah Sesyen di sini."

in 2 weeks time,they might lose(or will they lose them through out the trial?)those 2 EXCO,leaving the current EXCO line up apart from the MB post with only 8 members,with 6 coming from DAP if I'm not mistaken..clearly,it doesn't reflect the true population distribution of the state