Monday, November 19, 2012

Pakatan Rakyat's Diminishing Returns

Pakatan Rakyat's great deception is an unpardonable inequity.

An unpardonable inequity by deceiving their supporters and others gullible enough, into believing their false esprit de corps ala Buku Jingga or Common Framework Policy or whatever, in every aspect of the illogical tripartite.

DAP Chairman, Karpal Singh, noted that PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang had publicly stated on June 3 last year that the Quran mentioned a “welfare state”, not an “Islamic state”. The DAP party stalwart also said it reflected beyond the pale of a doubt that PAS has given up its aim to set up an Islamic state,” and that “PAS has, clearly, opted for a welfare state.”

PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang had said the difference between an Islamic state and a welfare state was merely semantic as both concepts uphold public wellbeing and is quoted as saying, “In fact the term in the Quran is ‘welfare state’ nowhere does it say Islamic state”.

Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa, Chairman and Director of the Islamic Renaissance Front, in no uncertain terms writes, "If there is anything unmistakably clear from the recent muktamar or general assembly of the Islamic Party of Malaysia - PAS - it is that despite the acceptance of the concept of tahalluf siyasi or political consensus among the three major components of the opposition front - Pakatan Rakyat - PAS' ambition in establishing an Islamic state and implementing hudud laws is unwavering, if not more resolute".

Over to you, Karpal Singh.

It is still Anwar for PM says Guan Eng, that has been decided by all three parties as it was then, and DAP wants Anwar as PM, Lim insisted today that Anwar remains the DAP’s and PR’s candidate for prime minister, as it is now.
Only policies mentioned in the Common Policy Framework, Buku Jingga or agreed to by all 3 parties will be implemented in a PR government - Media statement by Lim Guan Eng in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday, 12th October 2011
This does not sound like it was agreed by all three parties, Hadi:I’m ready to be PM. Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang said he was ready to lead the country should Pakatan Rakyat (BN) win the next election.

The announcement by Abdul Hadi makes nonsense of anything agreed upon, that Anwar Ibrahim is the Pakatan Rakyat choice for prime minister, in effect the biggest deception of all.

Over to you, Lim Guan Eng.

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