Monday, February 27, 2012

Pakatan Rakyat Stupid Leaders - The Strange Case Of Ustaz Dr Badrulamin Bahron

In this post "When Pakatan Rakyat forms the Federal Government this is what to expect" I said, expect more idiotic Doctorate logic.

In the latest case of a Pakatan Rakyat leader, this time from the sex issues plagued party PKR, the PKR leader caught in Kuantan ‘khalwat’ raid, is now identified as Dr Badrulamin Bahron.

To be fair the "PKR calls for transparency in ‘khalwat’ controversy" is not an unreasonable one.

That being said, lets look at how idiotic the Ustaz,  meaning Islamic scholar, and doctor of what I don't know, is.

The good doctor is reported saying , "that the woman had first placed a distress call to him on Friday saying she wanted to run away from home as she 'feared for her safety' and  said he had advised her against doing so but the woman with her child in tow then showed up unexpectedly at 2am yesterday at the location where he was attending a two-day PKR meeting."

And as a good doctor, "He said the woman and her child were in such a state at the time that he decided to check them into a hotel room."

At 2.00 am in the morning!

The stupid doctor did not think to call the police immediately when the woman arrived since "she feared for her safety" and also to pre-empt any misconception that he now finds himself in trouble of, being an ustaz.

Thats the kind of idiotic leaders, doctors at that, the Pakatan Rakyat has in it's folds.

If you buy the good doctor's story then you must agree that he is a real idiot.

Edited 1.25 pm,  Even worse.

The stupid doctor did not think to call the police immediately when the woman arrived since "she feared for her safety" and also to pre-empt any misconception that he now finds himself in trouble of, being an ustaz.

The Star, "Badrulamin denies khalwat allegation" reported,

"The woman's husband, who was accompanied by some friends, had allegedly stormed into the room where she was found with the PKR leader."

UPDATE 1.43 pm, More Pakatan Rakyat idiocy

The Malaysian Insider, "Selangor sends Badrulamin on month-long leave"

"The state government hopes that he will use this break to focus on whatever problems he is facing and work towards clearing his name" it said.

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