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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Pas enters BARISAN NASIONAL via SARAWAK ?



This must be a dream come true for Pas vice-president Husam Musa. A rare face-to-face meeting with Barisan Nasional strongman Pehin Sri Taib Mahmud in his office at Wisma Bapa Malaysia in Petrajaya Kuching.

It's certainly very brave of Husam to enter the lion's den but from the way Husam is seated, you could work out his actual 'size' as a politician. 

If all those wild accusations and allegations hurled by DAP, PKR and Pas against the pioneer of party politics in Sarawak were to be stacked up, and Taib was indeed a tyrant as the DAP and PKR goons often portrayed him, Husam must have been history by now.

But the meeting was not about politics. I was told Pehin Sri Taib agreed to allocate a few minutes of his time to listen to Husam's logic to demand an increase of oil royalty from the Federal Government for oil producing states in Malaysia. (we leave aside the legality and all that EEZ facts)

Husam leads the R for Royalti , a Kelantan-based movement that makes noise promising billions of ringgit for Kelantanese ... not very different from Hindraf's old promise of approximately 1million pound for every Malaysian of Indian origin.


p/s I won't be surprised if Sarawak PAS decided to dump their untrustworthy sleeping partners and apply to join Barisan Nasional in the near future.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Husam tried to learn from Taib some of the secrets of staying in power for 40 years.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 12:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hik hik hik Husam macam nak terkencing takut duduk dekat Ketua Menteri Tan Sri Taib Mahmud

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:20:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pas sekarang terdesak. Mungkin mereka cuba mohon masuk BN Sarawak kerana kalau tersilap langkah boleh reverse. Pas sebenarnya mcm tak wujud di Sarawak, ada nama dan bendera yang dah koyak rabak sahaja

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anwar's Last Gamble
February 2013

Anwar Ibrahim has littered his recent political past with promises he cannot possibly keep. And now he has made the mother of all promises. He has promised to champion the race and religious specific cause of Hindraf. This promise could be his undoing.

Anwar was quoted by the social media yesterday as saying that should Pakatan Rakyat assume federal power, Hindraf's five-year blueprint on resolving the Indian community's problems will be implemented within 100 days.

Anwar knows he has bitten off more than he can chew. Why then did he make that promise? Simple. He was blinded by his all-consuming ambition to move into the Prime Minister's residence in Putrajaya.

When asked at the meeting in Shah Alam on Friday night whether he would support Hindraf's six-point demands, he was caught between a rock and a hard place. Since September last year, PKR had been dragging its feet when Hindraf asked it to endorse its blueprint for the Indian community. More recently, Hindraf leaders became impatient at PKR's foot-dragging. They warned that Pakatan's "inordinate delay" in endorsing the blueprint may result in the coalition losing Indian support in the coming election.

So, this time around, if he had not made a firm commitment to Hindraf, his goose would have been cooked. He would have permanently lost Hindraf support. Faced with that prospect, he was forced to respond positively.

Now, Anwar has to face the consequences of his hasty reply. And the repercussions are grave for him, for his political party and for the opposition coalition.

In essence, the Hindraf's six demands in its blueprint are Indian-specific. Therefore, by agreeing to back Hindraf's demands, Anwar has committed himself and unwittingly his Pakatan partners to fight for Indian causes.

If he pursues this line, he will be dumped by the Malays and sabotaged by the Chinese, the Dayaks, Ibans and all the other natives of Sabah and Sarawak because he has not made similar promises to them.

He will also have to face the wrath of his coalition partners who have made no similar concession to any other race-based NGO. Even the Buku Jingga, which the three partners cobbled together, is not race-specific.

Salehuddin

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anwar's Last Gamble
February 2013

continued ................

So how will Anwar try to extricate himself? Just as he has always tried to do. And that is by trying to be too clever by half.

He tried that trick again at the gathering in Shah Alam. He refused to reduce his commitment to Hindraf in writing. He said he would not sign on the dotted line. Now that is his exit strategy. Or so he thinks. Indians are no more the gullible people Anwar takes them to be.

They are wise to Anwar's double talk. They won't rest till they get the PKR Supremo to give them a written undertaking to support their blueprint. They will not settle for anything less.

Anwar's 2013 commitment to Hindraf also means he agrees to their demand to end 'institutionalised racism', a term which is their label for special privileges benefitting only Bumiputeras. But what has been Anwar's public stand on this issue of Bumiputera special privileges? In 2009, Anwar defended Malays’ special privileges and added that these rights should not be questioned by non-Malays. He has since not changed his stand.

So, Anwar stands for Malay special privileges and also supports Hindraf's call to abolish them? Surely Anwar has dug his own grave. He has made a promise to Hindraf that he can't keep. But maybe he always knew this to be the case and was simply playing for time.

Anwar will also be in hot soup with his coalition partners for not seeking their sanction before making his commitment to Hindraf. Their prior consent is necessary, said PKR Vice-President Tian Chua. Tian Chua was recently quoted as saying that "when it comes to formulating a political programme, we have stressed to Hindraf that PKR will not act unilaterally or without consensus from all 3 “partners” in Pakatan Rakyat. The blueprint proposed by Hindraf must first be presented to the Pakatan Rakyat leadership council for discussion and approval. This process is yet to take place, therefore it is too early to announce the signing of any agreement."

Observers say this promise was another of Anwar's ploys. He has no intention of keeping his promise, and that's why he is refusing to sign the document. He is simply lying to Indians just to get their votes. He will ditch them afterwards.

What has hitherto been his or his coalition partners' record when it comes to championing Indian causes anyway? The answer; a very disappointing and weak record.

Distrusted by many Malays, viewed with suspicion by many Indians, and treated with caution by many Chinese, is Anwar Ibrahim on a roller coaster ride to political oblivion? The answer…


Salehuddin

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 1:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Say your prayers little one
Don't forget my son
To include everyone
I tuck you in
Warm within
Keep you free from sin
'Til the sandman he comes

Sleep with one eye open
Gripping your pillow tight

Exit light
Enter night
Take my hand
We're off to never never-land

Something's wrong, shut the light
Heavy thoughts tonight
And they aren't of snow white
Dreams of war
Dreams of lies
Dreams of dragons fire
And of things that will bite, yeah

Sleep with one eye open
Grippin' your pillow tight

Exit light
Enter night
Take my hand
We're off to never never-land

(Whisper)
Now I lay me down to sleep (x2)
Pray the lord my soul to keep (x2)
And if I die before I wake (x2)
Pray the lord my soul to take (x2)

Hush little baby don't say a word
And never mind that noise you heard
It's just the beast under your bed
In your closet in your head

Exit light
Enter night
Grain of sand

Exit light
Enter night
Take my hand
We're off to never never-land

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We're off to never never-land
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We're off to never never-land

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Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dengar yang ni brader http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QP-SIW6iKY

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:18:00 PM  
Blogger Sarawak FR said...

Mind to share the article in my blog.tq

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Anwar Ibrahim dah telepon pejabat Ketua Menteri minta appoinment nak jumpa Tan Sri Taib. PKR nak ikut Pas atau halang DAP. Dunia oh duniaaaaa

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Terima Kasih Jeffrey Kitingan kerna tolong gali kubor bagi Saudara Dato Sri Anwar Ibrahim dan pakatan dia

SKY

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:27:00 PM  
Blogger Apanama said...


Please feel free to share - Sarawak FR

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Husam, a muslim leader in a majority muslim state. The old man sitting next to him is a muslim who lead in non muslim majority state

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:49:00 PM  

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