Thursday, April 21, 2011

Baru Bian's brain baffling bullxxxx

Malaysiakini reported in its news article Baru reveals why PKR vied for 49 seats that:

PKR state chief Baru Bian firmly believes that the party and Pakatan made the right decision.

Speaking to Malaysiakini recently, Baru said the Pakatan principle was that all seats must be fought for because the electorate must know that the coalition is serious about taking over the state government.

"We cannot give the other side a free ride. If we did, it would demoralise us. This was the strategy.”

I have never heard such self-serving BBB (brains baffling bullshit).

Let me tell you why I don’t believe a single word of Baru Bian’s explanation above.

(1) He talks about “the electorate must know the coalition is serious …..”, yet he avoids mentioning the fact PKR had persistently denied SNAP the seats the latter wanted, showing unmitigated arrogance in dictating to SNAP that it could have only 3.

(2) PKR even quarreled with DAP over a couple of seats, repeating its treacherous behavior in 2007, when it even claimed M Kulasegaran’s seat in Ipoh Barat. That's the nature of the beast.

(3) PKR preemptively announced its decision to contest in 52, not just 49 seats way ahead of SNAP and DAP, leaving a miserly 19 to be shared between DAP and SNAP.

(4) If it was concerned that the coalition, presumably Pakatan, should show the Sarawakians its serious intention in taking over the government, why didn’t PKR share out all 71 seats with SNAP and DAP? Leaving out the vexing question of whether PKR had treated SNAP respectfully as a valued coalition member, isn't DAP a member of coalition? Why seized 52 out of 71 seats available in such a Pearl-Habour-like preemptive manner?

Thus when Bian moaned about "... this strategy came with a heavy cost. The party was severely stretched because the rural campaign was resource-intensive" he doesn't deserve any sympathy but rather a padan muka.

The truth is that PKR is a party with leaders who are greedy, selfish, uncooperative, treacherous and dictatorial – just look at its internal mess in both Sabah and during its party election.

It went for 52 initially, then (after intense negotiations with DAP) 49, because it wanted/expected to emerge from the election as the Pakatan member with the most number of seats. Post-failed strategy, its claimed altruism is so unbelievable that even kaytee cringed at Bian's audacity in suggesting it.

No mate, PKR has not been a sincere coalition member, but one which has been fond of dictating to its allies rather than negotiating cooperatively behind closed doors.

SNAP complained that each time it got together with PKR to negotiate, PKR would refuse to tell which seats it really wanted (well, PKR wanted all 52), making negotiations impossible in the way peace talks between Israel and Palestine have been impossible ...

... because (PKR like) Israel has no sincere intention of negotiating for peace and was only using so-called peace talks as a heel dragging exercise to prolong the negotiation process for years and years while its religiously fanatical settlers gobbled up Palestinian land with the support of its government and the benevolent tolerance of the USA.

Having lambasted Baru Bian (and the man behind him, Azmin Ali) I know there are good people in PKR, but certainly not those UMNO rejects.

PKR is like a ripe nangka with one side rotting away, infested by fruit flies. We Malaysians are familiar with such a fruit and know what needs to be done - the rotting part should be sliced cleanly away, allowing the rest of sweet fruit to be still enjoyed.

That’s what PKR requires, the amputation of its gangrenous portion, the ex UMNO people like Azmin Ali and coterie. In my earlier post
RPK and the necessary destruction of Anwar Ibrahim? I wrote:

Anwar Ibrahim, Azmin Ali and their innermost coterie belong better in UMNO, though some UMNO members might take umbrage at this suggestion.

Anwar Ibrahim is more than just ‘damaged goods’. As he’s a biological creature, let’s use the term that I believe Peter sees him as being. Anwar Ibrahim is now ‘gangrenous’ to Pakatan, and thus, must be amputated off before his presence poisons the entire body and life of the coalition.

… I believe Peter [RPK] sees the (political) destruction and removal of Anwar Ibrahim (and his like-minded coterie) as a necessary step to the continuing life of Pakatan and in its fight against BN.

Likewise with Azmin Ali and gang, or PKR will never ever progress to the level of DAP, and may even drag Pakatan down.


  1. Padan muka PKR. Just vamoose from Sarawak.
    PKR just lke the boss is a fighter-cock. Loves quareling with people.
    And that errand boy Azmin is aping him to a T. Very annoying erpsn.
    KT, I warned you many times not to ever compare the sodomy king to UMNO members.
    On the day he entered UMNO, many UMNO members think he will bring the alien culture of Abim and the MU Malay student asociation ala gangster style to UMNO.
    His style of talking like Indon and sometimes like Arabs iritate us no end.
    You must know that 70% of UMNO people of Najib's age and thereabouts are UK or America trained.
    Only Tun M was keen to bring him to UMNO. That is because he wants to neutralise Musa and Ku Li.
    You know how many UMNO mebers cursed Mahathir for bringing him in.

  2. couldn't have agreed with you more. with anwar, pakatan is always fighting fire which is not easily doused. how to focus like that? not too sure about PKR hanging to the majority of seats though, could it be that DAP is just not interested in those seats?

  3. Since when did anyone refer to RPK as "Peter"??!!

    And don't put words in RPK's mouth; if that's your opnion about the gangrene, state it clear and stick by it!

    we are all of 1 Race, the Human race

  4. I think you got it wrong. SNAP never wanted to be part of Pakatan. Infact the VP Anthony Liman personally told me way back after he announce 28 seats, it is not likely SNAP will be in Pakatan. Their strategy in seat nego is a farce. At the end of it they are never going to agree to anything. In fact PKR wasted precious time, until i forward Anthony Liman's SMS to PKR Leadership Council. Only than they announce the breakdown on the 11th hour. It is a case of you give one inch, or agree to give one inch, they come back asking for more.

    You stand to be corrected.

  5. blasphemy. nurul izzah will be very sad reading this.

  6. Donyplays,
    Petra means Peter laa.....The Rock. However, I disagree the destruction of Anwar. I agree people like Tian Chua must go. As for Azmin, lest there is Toh Chin Chye type. Otherwise, Azmin is the best you can get now

  7. Buttercup, I said "UMNO rejects" wakakaka, and also "Anwar Ibrahim, Azmin Ali and their innermost coterie belong better in UMNO, though some UMNO members might take umbrage at this suggestion", meaning you lah, OK? wakakaka again ;-)

  8. Anon of 12:02 AM, April 22, 2011, Nurul is still 'clean' and representative of the future leaders and hope of PKR.

  9. Especially in politics, perception is the reality.

    I think most would have the percepton that whatever action taken by Azmin has the full blessing of Anwar.

    Or the more uncharitable ones would even be inclined to believe that this duo hatched and schemed such that Azmin will be frontman or even hatchetman ( wakakaka, ala KT), blazing the trail forward with Anwar to clean up ( to negotiate or put up a good face for 'softening' up) should they hit a snag. Remember Ahmad Zaidi with his 'infamous' speech eons ago, which apparently made Dr M turned at least 2 shades paler in his extreme displeasure.....well, Anwar then came up with the 'softenings' when his ma chai garnered less than overwhelming support. Same MO now ?

    And KT, that cutting out the rotten part of the nangka analogy is ever so apt.....couldn't have put it any better.

    But how to potong when most have this perception PKR is Anwar and Anwar is PKR?

    And another perception/reality (?) is that without PKR in the coalition, the PR boat would sink.

    It must be this sense of feeling that they are indispensable, and also because it's the nature of the beast ( one can take the man out of Umno but not the Umno out of the man), that leads to this arrogance and warlording tendency which now threaten to unravel the coalition cohesiveness ( or whatever it has to begin with), notwithstanding denial from all the 3 parties concerned. And there is now disquieting murmurings too from the restive supporters about this umno element in PR.

  10. From now on , DAP should have BIGGEST say in PR , ok !?

  11. Why not? Anon

    Enjoy Carry on Cleo. Do put it in your web


    “My name is Kuching ak Moyan and i am one of the headmen in Tamin constituency. In the just concluded State election, i was given three cheques, one for RM2,000, another for RM3,000 and the third for RM5,000 by the Barisan Nasional candidate, Joseph Mauh. I have cashed out the first two cheques, both for a total RM5,000 but the last one, for RM5,000, was bounced. So i sent it back to him and he promised that he will bank in the amount instead into my account. Up till today, i have not received the RM5,000. The three cheques were given to me on the 13th of April so that we will give our support to the Barisan Nasional. In the year 2006 State election, each voter here was given only RM20 but in this election, the amount was increased to RM50 per voter. There are 15 voters in this longhouse and all of them were given RM50 each. I think all of us have voted for Barisan Nasional. Ofcourse I know that the money the Barisan Nasional give to us would amount to nothing if the government grabbed our land. But what to do, we still have to vote for the government as the government has given us the money. Yes, i know we can just accept the Barisan Nasional money and vote for the opposition but since everybody else voted for Barisan Nasional this time, i decided to follow suit.”

    Kuching ak Tikus should be shot for being a fool who accepted bounced cheques in return for votes