Sunday, July 27, 2014

PAS' support for Royal MB will lead to PAS' loss

Malaysiakini - Latheefa Koya mocked as 'lawyer datang bulan'



You would imagine that comment of 'lawyer datang bulan' coming from one of those menstruation-mesmerized motherless monkeys, but no, it was made by a woman, Arfa'eza Abdul Aziz, who is press secretary to Khalid Ibrahim.

From that, we can surmise that Khalid and Latheefa aren't exactly the best of mates, wakakaka.

Blogger The Mole reported that Latheefa has resigned as Petaling Jaya City Councillor (MBPJ) due to bad blood between her and our Royal MB, apparently over her criticisms of him on quarters for squatters and that he was mulling (the word used by The Mole) over sacking her from the council's post.

Anyway, Latheefa, a PKR central leadership council member, commented on Khalid Ibrahim's out of court settlement with Bank Islam, where it was pointed out that details of the settlement remain scarce or scanty until today.

Latheefa said: "When a person has a RM66 million headache, he can cut a deal in many ways. He could have been declared bankrupt, but he made his deal. He was told politely to leave - he fought back shamelessly."

She also walloped him kau kau with this: "Here's a guy hanging on to a seat without mandate from his own party. Thanks to him and his deal, Selangor saved enough money for BN to spend after they take over."

Note again Latheefa's comment above: "Here's a guy hanging on to a seat without mandate from his own party".

That's why Khalid Ibrahim should be considered a very very very rare political creature, not unlike a unicorn or a griffin or more probably a chimera because the last has three heads (lion, snake and goat) - perhaps one supposedly of PKR, another of PAS, wakakaka, and the last ... well, you can guess it by reading Latheefa's statements again.



Thus, where Khalid Ibrahim stands politically today, as a PKR or PAS or UMNO member, I have to confess I haven't the faintest, though I can assure you he's not a DAP member, wakakaka.

Theoretically he's still PKR though for all intents and purposes he's not .. nay ... no longer with them in ideology, purpose or kaam-cheng, wakakaka.

Look, as I have blogged previously and Latheefa just confirmed, his party wants him to vacate the MB's post, but he has refused, and even defiantly (or arrogantly?) challenged them to get rid of him by standard procedures, meaning through a House vote of confidence.

But that's a process only used by the other side of the political fence, which no doubt makes you wonder about his so-called PKR membership, wakakaka.

He knows that in Selangor's 56 seat DUN, he's assured of PAS' 15, UMNO's 12 and his own, making that a gnam gnam 28. So come and get me, says he, wakakaka.

But wait, are all 15 PAS ADUNs in the Ulama or Youth camp? If there's a couple of Erdogens, that may mean Khalid won't have all 15 PAS ADUNs behind him and thus lacks the minimum 28 to preserve his chimera hide.



PAS no doubt is in turmoil over this, but I wonder why PKR hasn't yet expelled him on disciplinary measures

Sadly, PAS under Pak Haji Hadi Awang and its Youth Division haven't helped the political impasse among Pakatan allies by playing treacherous renegade, and have fostered anger, suspicions and resentment among PKR and DAP for PAS.

Lim Guan Eng has emerged to warn that Pak Haji Hadi Awang's non-Pakatan decision to back Khalid will see the eventual disintegration of Pakatan.

The Malaysian Insider's editorial has alluded to PAS' likely monumental loss in the next general election if Pakatan were to break up:

Here is a silver lining to that dark, brooding cloud called the Khalid Ibrahim leadership crisis in Selangor: it is forcing the professionals and moderates in Parti Se-Islam Malaysia (PAS) to face one question they have been studiously avoiding since GE13.

What would happen to their political futures if Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang were to get his way and steers PAS away from Pakatan Rakyat (PR) and back onto the narrow road of conservatism and religious and racial chauvinism?



flying in competition or together?

The short answer: as many as nine parliamentary seats in Selangor, Kedah, Perak and Pahang won by PAS candidates in GE13 will be lost in the next general elections.

The PAS candidates only won these seats because of strong support from the non-Muslims. With Hadi leading the party and taking it out of the PR stable, this non-Muslim support will evaporate like a drizzle of rain in the hot, dry season.

The end result: the likes of Khalid Samad, Hanipa Maidin will be staring at political oblivion. And PAS will revert to being a rural-based political party with some influence in Kelantan and Terengganu.


That is why the professional class cannot afford to hug the sidelines or be apathetic about the final decision the Pas leadership will make about Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim's future as the Selangor Menteri Besar.

And I suspect that has been why PAS' Mat Sabu had said (last week, I think?) that PAS should not take up the Selangor MB position as it will lead to a Pakatan defeat in the state.

While I have never trusted PAS (though I like Nizar Jamaluddin, Mat Sabu and a couple more), I have always wonder why PKR has been the Pakatan member which has the most number of problems with members like Khalid Ibrahim, Zul Noordin, Mohammad Fairus Khairuddin, Nasarudin Hashim, etc etc, the list goes on and on.


total f**k-up in every state, even in its stronghold Selangor

Its internal strife continues to delight BN while it torments Pakatan people. Does it not bespeak poor leadership? But what other factors would be there to invoke its long suffering from continuous centrifugal vortex?

19 comments:

  1. Fuck all these idiots..
    Fresh elections must be held, and the people will return the mandate to BN.

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  2. "I have always wonder why PKR has been the Pakatan member which has the most number of problems with members like Khalid Ibrahim, Zul Noordin, Mohammad Fairus Khairuddin, Nasarudin Hashim, etc etc, the list goes on and on."

    The simple answer to your wondering, dear KT, is because of the Umno genes....the bad seed. You can take these people out of Umno party, but you can't take the umno out of them.....50 years of arrogance and waywardness have spoilt them beyond repair. You seemed to have missed out at least 2 PKR names who are real terroir punya.....wakakaka.

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    1. the simple answer is power corrupt. those from pkr at least dare to go against umno, how many from mca n mic did the same? chinese n indian gene problem kah?

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    2. dare to go against umno ? only because the leader had his back against the wall and the ONLY way to go is to go against Umno lah......you think if he and mamak were still thick as thieves, he would go around shouting reformasi...oops, deformasi ah ?

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    3. maybe, but fact is fact. there r many from within umno that forsake umno, and many that return to umno. n fact is anwar n azmin still remain a main force that oppose umno. what have u done btw?

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  3. Kaytee,if they,the critics and enemies of Khalid has proof of their allegations why not bring it out in the open.Like what Rafizi did in cowgate.Then there is no need for all the washing of dirty linens in public.If carpetman's fucked up deal of no interest for such a fucking big loan,with his political connections can be public knowledge,what not Khalid's.So many big guns of his own party are after his blood,and not a bit of paper trail.These PKR dudes are so fucked out.

    If the Selangor assembly is dissolved.PKR is going to be punished severely by the rakyat.They will be lucky and can thank their lucky stars if they can retain ten seats.PKR is on the way to imploding in the faces of the dwarf,his master and all their fucked up cronies.You guys better believe it.

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    1. I believe having the DUN dissolved and holding a fresh state elections will be the best option for Pakatan because right now, they're worse off.

      The problem is Khalid is, as alleged, running the state as a one-man show, making him extremely undesirable to democratic interests as well as to Pakatan's ability to meet their constituencies' interests. If they allow the Khalid one-man show to continue they'll be politically very very dead by the next state election.

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  4. the mean machine3:23 am, July 28, 2014

    Pas is telling Anwar that he is the one to step down as de-facto leader.What the heck is de-facto leader anyway?Maybe he hasn't got whatever to be a real president of a party.De-facto,haha,Pas is showing the PM wannabe the middle finger.

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  5. Anon 9:06 pm

    The problem is not about Khalid.It is about the power greedy Azmin and later Rafizi's stupid Kajang circus.And now Anwar is the big stupid circus clown.You are out of touch with local politics,or a blind supporter of PKR or Umno.

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    1. all are problems. Khalid's problem is as MB, he had made important decisions without consulting anyone. A MB is only head of the state exco (cabinet) and like a PM must consult the cabinet before making big decisions or issuing important policies - he hasn't

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  6. May I ask what is "lawyer datang bulan".

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    1. sure you don't know? OK then. it translates into "the lawyer is having her period", implying that's why Lateefa Koya has been making angry statements or statements unfavourable to Khalid

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  7. the gaffe guy who know's10:18 am, July 28, 2014

    During mestruation period women get very moody,which is very true.That might be the reason.Or she might think attacking Khalid whom seems to be on the way out to get on the good side of Anwar and Azmin.What this lady does not know is that it is not that easy to get rid of Khalid..

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  8. the mean machine10:31 am, July 28, 2014

    Anwar was never a smart politician or leader.If he was he would have been PM already.If he is smart he should lower the shutters for PKR and let the foot soldiers join either the DAP or PAS.

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    1. mahathir is smart, yr point is?

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  9. Cao cao's work. No doubt. Selangorian needs a Zhuge Liang to subdue him!

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    1. Alas, there's no Zhuge Liang in Malaysia

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    2. but lots of treacherous blokes like General Lü Bu - that's because, as Dr Mahathir said, Melayu mudah lupa

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  10. Anon's comments edited by kaytee wakakaka, as follows:

    mahathir is clever like a bag of snakes (politically ).... ! but in biz sense, kosong lah, and in judging men ( and women ) also kosong.....he came in at the right time, when the country is flush with cash and everywhere is booming.....but in the end, doing very well for himself and his family.... a doctor who cannot bear the sight of blood, getting into politics and all his un- brilliant children becoming billionaires and multimillionaires [deleted]

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