Friday, March 05, 2010

Froggies Found in Parliament

Three Members of Parliament (MPs), Mohsin Fadzli Samsuri (Bagan Serai), Zahrain Mohamed Hashim (Bayan Baru) and Tan Tee Beng (Nibong Tebal), have quit PKR, one of the three opposition parties in Pakatan Rakyat coalition. Was money involved in these froggie decisions as highlighted in the article entitled "BN money talks in defections, claims PKR".

The MPs who quit gave lame reasons for resigning from PKR and said that they are independents now ...... most likely siding Barisan Nasional, the ruling coalition of the current government.

Whatever reasons that you have quit on, remember this ....... you were voted based on what you have said during the election campaign or for what PKR has decided to fight for.

I think that your political career may be over now. I'm sure that you won't be selected to stand for election in the same place. If you were placed in another place, I'm sure your opponent would hype on your froggie decision in the past.

In my daily geh poh chi session with friends, we commented that people like you do not have integrity and people who chose to vote for you had been betrayed.

As for Zulkifli Nordin, who walked out of PKR's disciplinary board meeting yesterday, I'm really puzzled by your actions recently. You walked out because non-muslims were the majority or Christian being present in the board?????

How racist can you get from here? I really wonder. Where are we today? We are moving towards being a develeped country but there are people who still wants to stir racial and religious issues every now and then.

Zulkifli may have to walk out of a restaurant if there were non-muslim cooks.
Zulkifli may have to move out of a constituency if a Christian politician was elected there.
Zulkifli may have to resign as a Member of Parliament because non-muslims voted for him too.
Zulkifli may have to get out from places where there are either non-muslims or Christians that are making decisions in those places.

Absurd? That's how absurd some Malaysians have became.

Reading: Zul threatens to quit if non-Muslims hear his case - FreeMalaysiaToday
Tags: Mohsin Fadzli Samsuri, Bagan Serai, Zahrain Mohamed Hashim, Bayan Baru, Tan Tee Beng, Nibong Tebal, Zulkifli Nordin, Pakatan Rakyat, PKR, Parti Keadilan Raykat, Malaysian Politics

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2 Comments:

Blogger Ted said...

Good riddance to bad rubbish really. All the best to them.

05 March, 2010 10:14  
Blogger lina said...

Truthfully, I'm getting really tired and turning quite ambivalent at the shenaniggans of our politicians.
none of them reslly cares about the Rakyat it seems, but their own personal agenda and gains.

06 March, 2010 12:10  

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