Wednesday, May 9, 2012

DAP Poisonous Dart (Continued)

When politicians begin to be bereft of issues they will sing old songs, never mind, but out of tune.

With a son openly calling supporters to break the law in BERSIH 3.0 and Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim at the centre of the riot storm, DAP veteran opposition leader, Kit Siang asks if Najib will accept a Pakatan polls win.

Now how ironic is that?

They came in the thousands.

Closing roads and streets inconveniencing others, dancing to the tune of "free and fair election" demands as though elections are rigged to the point that no other except Barisan Nasional would be the only one to rule the country.

If that were so, how illogical and disingenuous is that?

And yet they came by the thousands.

Duped in an elobrate BERSIH ruse suitably debunked by that very question.

If elections were so rigged, the question would not arise.

I ask Uncle Lim, what actually is the motive of your query?

Here is the translation of Datuk Seri Najib's address, the subject of his query,
Therefore, let me remind you all, let us not be hit by the poisonous darts from the theatricals of the Opposition which can only bring about failure. Stay steadfast to the party. Be loyal to the banners of Barisan Nasional. Even if we are broken or divorced from the life of the body, brothers and sisters, we must defend Putrajaya at all costs!
Source: Malaysia Today

It is obvious to me, what DS Najib has aptly exclaimed is to defend Putrajaya at all costs against poison darts and lies of the opposition in their quest to rule every which way they can.

Lim Kit Siang theatrics.

Did the Barisan Nasional reject the results and was there any violence in handing over of state governments to the Pakatan Rakyat in Selangor, Perak, Kedah and Penang?

Lim Kit Siang is mischievous.

If there is to be anyone who will not accept a political result, it is proven to be the Pakatan Rakyat themselves.

And guess who would be at the centre "forcing the people of Perak to take to the streets to show their dissatisfaction"?

No points for guessing.

Whenever and wherever that devil is involved it will inevitably comes to this, Angry protesters rally at royal town.

The Perak takeover by the Barisan left a bad taste, especially to another DAP veteran stalwart, Karpal "asks Anwar to step down" Singh -
The Bukit Gelugor MP is blaming Anwar for “creating trouble,” and said that the former deputy prime minister “needed to repent without further betraying the people and their trust.”

He said Pakatan Rakyat needed another leader, a good leader, and lashed out at PKR and DAP leaders who had fallen sway to Anwar’s rhetoric in supporting crossovers of elected representatives.

"I am not getting the support from my own party leaders, neither party adviser Lim Kit Siang nor secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, on the party-hopping issue.

"It seems that they are supporting Anwar instead of me. I am the party chairman, don’t push me too far as I still have the support of the rank and file," he told a press conference at his office near here Sunday
Here is an academician asking the same disingenuous question from the Center for Policy Initiatives, no less.

You know where this person is coming from with deceitful titled piece, Peaceful transition of power: Open letter to all political parties -
With the general election imminent, one key question remains yet unanswered: Will the Barisan Nasional respect the outcome of the polls and ensure a peaceful transition of power?
What's with the "all political parties"?

This academician offered some very "intelligent" reasons to a question apparently from a son of a late Tun Razak's long serving staff (must have accentuation for drama effect) -
"Why did the Prime Minister not respond?

The PM may have felt that he was not able to answer the question for several reasons.

One, he may have lost his wits after being completely taken off guard.

Two, he may not be able to guarantee a peaceful transition of power despite being personally willing to concede should the electoral outcome favour the opposition.

Three, he himself may not be inclined to permit a peaceful transition of power."

The academician made a proper dunce of himself with his fanciful reasons, that would have an illogical ring, with his rhetoric immediately after that -
"Most people are aware that the BN, and earlier, the Alliance parties, have a long, unblemished and unsurpassed record of manipulating the election results through constitutional and other means. This is why they have remained in power for over 50 years."
And what was the question of the late Tun Razak staffer's son?

“Mr Prime Minister, would you make the transition of the government for Pakatan a smooth one if the opposition wins the next general election?”, which is also the subject of the academician going by a deceitful title in his earth shattering opener -
With the general election imminent, one key question remains yet unanswered: Will the Barisan Nasional respect the outcome of the polls and ensure a peaceful transition of power?
Dear Doc, if what you say is true, the Alliance and Barisan Nasional had such prowess to rig the elections so much so no one else can win, your question reeks of malicious intent, to borrow a phrase, because the outcome would then be a foregone conclusion and the question would not arise.

I proffer a common sense reason why my PM did not respond to that chap and your dubious self - NO ONE WOULD DIGNIFY A FACTITIOUS QUESTION WITH ANY RESPONSE.

For example Doc, are you an educated person?

So Doc I will answer your question by answering the similar LKS malicious question, brought about by  foresight in that address to UMNO in particular and BN in general - Poisonous darts like Lim Kit Siang,  your malicious self and ilk, will never see the light of day in Putrajaya, for you will bring about a failure of catastrophic proportions and therefore your malignant questions do not arise and are not worthy of any response.


Anonymous said...

It always is my belief, there were some highly educated of our own, whether product of Malaysia or overseas who were very2 clever in intellectual discourse but very2 lacking in common sense. Those who were espousing anti-establishment mindset were true to the Malay saying,'Cerdik tak boleh tumpang, bodoh tak boleh diajar.
and, 'Ada ilmu tak ada akal'.

Freddie Kevin said...

Anon 12:20,

How true!

Pandai-pandai tupai melompat, akhirnya jatuh ke tanah juga.

Thank you for the comment.

Have a nice day.