Why my title of ‘One and one-half PKR’?
Well, we know our dear Kulim Wonder, who became notorious for his thuggish barging in on a Bar Council organized forum on an inter-faith issue, is far more PAS than PAS members.
The Kulim Wonder has now not only publicly undermined his PKR Deputy President’s stand against PAS' call for a fatwa to ban SIS, but went even further than PAS, in making puerile derogatory remarks against SIS.
The Kulim Wonder would be better off in PAS than PKR, but then who would want him other than Anwar Ibrahim?
I want to remind Kulim voters to take note of his bigotry when 2013 arrives. And if he is still in PKR (makes you wonder why Anwar Ibrahim has thus far refused to expel him?), wherever he stands, vote for BN!
So ... that’s one PKR bloke standing with PAS (the faction in its true misogynist ethno-centric colours).
But who’s the remaining one-half?
Read Malaysiakini Mustafa: Cease all talks on unity gov't where Mustafa Ali, PAS elections director, had appealed to Pakatan Rakyat’s party leaders to stop harping on Pak Haji Hadi Awang’ proposed unity talks with UMNO (‘unity talk’ is just an euphemism for ‘unity government’ or power-sharing).
An extract of the Tuesday news article reads:
Apart from causing concern among PAS members, the matter has also prompted questions from leaders of Pakatan component parties including DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng.
Mustafa conceded that the issue has led to confusion among Pakatan colleagues.
“During the talks that Hadi, Anwar (Ibrahim) and Haron Din (PAS deputy spiritual leader) had with Tok Guru Nik Aziz on the issue of unity government… maybe it was assumed that this message was relayed to DAP, but it was not. It may be true that they are unaware of the issue,” he explained.
So our dear de facto, reformasi-deformasi, Renaissance-Man, Paul-Anka-loving, with-a crush-for-Natalie Wood, Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim had a tête-à-tête with Hadi Awang, minus the DAP, on the proposed ‘unity talks’.
Or had he? Can someone advise me please whether The Great Leader has rejected Mustafa Ali’s revelation?
That’s why I am being fair wakakaka in allocating (at this stage) only a one-half PKR bloke.
Hmmm, if I recall, former DCM1 of Penang Fairus was very keen for PKR to participate in the ‘unity talks’ too.
So I wouldn’t be exactly surprised if Anwar had wanted (and maybe still want) to participate too in a sort of home-coming cozy conversation with UMNO.
But I await eagerly his rejection, dismissal, denial, etc of Mustafa Ali’s revelation that he Anwar Ibrahim had quietly, and behind DAP's back, chit-chatted with PAS on 'unity talks' with UMNO.