- There are a lot of pictures circulating online these days, especially UMNO leaders' children. And I can confirm, pictures of Najib's son are in circulation. (The picture below is just one of the many. I leave it for you to search it, if you haven't received the circulated emails)
- When these pictures came about, the people say that these leaders and their children are immoral and against the religion.
- No one from Pakatan Rakyat or among the people who said that these are invasion of privacy of their family.
- Those pictures, if we say or blog that they are wrong, some will come and tell me "You are a fool. This is what we call press freedom and freedom of information."
- But when pictures of Elizabeth Wong came up, leaders claim that it is invasion of privacy, not immoral.
- Have we ever thought about the feelings of Najib Tun Razak's son who is still studying in a University? No, we haven't. Because we treat the people in UMNO like enemies.
- Now, even a top blog is posting a picture of an UMNO Vice President Candidate's youth days.
- A picture paints a thousand words. These words can be the truth, half-truth or lies which supplement the picture.
- We (the non Bumiputeras) tend to forget UMNO is the party that fought for the Independence of Malaysia and granted citizenships to our forefathers via jus soli.
- What more to say about the Malays who are supporting a very unstable alliance of PAS, DAP and PKR against UMNO?
- Khalid Ibrahim is asking the Federal Govt to honor the free water promised by Pakatan Rakyat in Selangor. What they promised, they ask the Federal Government of Barisan Nasional to provide.
- Guan Eng always say "We will work with the Federal Government to tackle these issues". But I wonder if Pakatan Rakyat remember the days when they publicise the investments and businesses in Penang?
- When they have money, the call the press and say this is Pakatan Rakyat's effort! But when they can't find anything to boost the economy, they tell the press and the people "Barisan Nasional Federal Govt is not helping us".
- The non Bumis might not understand the importance of a respect for the Sultan, but the Malays must not forget.
- When an unregistered coalition seeked an audience with the Palace in Perak to form the State Government in March 2008, I felt it was improper because Barisan Nasional had the most seats. (given that BN contested as a party, but the Opposition contested on their own platforms). Yet, I respected the decision of the Palace.
- You see, you can claim that this is not under your orders, but your supporters did the job. Why not send a peace mission with an apology to the Sultan of Perak? Unless of course, Nizar & Co "masih ingin derhaka".
- Nizar can continue to say he is a PAS leader and a PAS MB of Perak. But then, it seems that the DAP is running the show. Look at the news articles and pictures of Nizar. Ngeh Koo Ham and DAP leaders are always beside him.
- Is Nizar a PAS member or a DAP member? What happened to the PAS supporters or PAS legal advisors?
- I think Sivakumar (Perak State Assembly Speaker) and Wong Kam Woh forgot to suspend or report the ADUNs of Changkat Jering and Behrang, formerly of Parti Keadilan Rakyat when they were arrested red handed for corruption.
- These two ADUNs went on as EXCO of Kerajaan Negeri Perak until they left Pakatan Rakyat to be Independents. Their support for Pakatan Rakyat were well received by Nizar and Co.
- Nizar & Co, refused to suspend these two ADUNs. What kind of integrity are you talking about? And yet you place yourself as the righteous leaders of Perak?
- With a puppet MB, corrupted Pakatan Rakyat Perak Government and a freehand in approving land titles over RM 1.5 billion in value, you expect the Sultan of Perak to say "Yes, Nizar continue to govern" ?
Some links that are worth reading, especially for Perakians:
1. Dude, where is my third vote?
2. Pakatan Rakyat Perak Budget 2009
3. The Blame Game Begins
4. Raja Adil Raja Disembah
5. DAP Perak
(Credits to Malaysiakini, MStar and The Star for the photos)