Whose Vested Interest are Pakatan Harapan Representing!

No more than a couple of days ago (March 9, 2018) the DAP-led Pakatan opposition released their campaign manifesto. As Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak stated; Pakatan Harapan’s 138-page manifesto makes a lot of promises such as giving more money to the rakyat. But how do they plan to replace the lost income?

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This seems to be a common theme with DAP-led Pakatan opposition; they will make a statement with no real backing. Remember when they were asked about their choice to stand for prime minister?

As it turned out they had no one and had to wait until a backroom deal had been worked out with Tun Mahathir before they could put forth a name. In other words, it seems that the Pakatan opposition operates on the belief of; we will cross that bridge when we come to it!

Until that time arrives, they are content to make sensational promises in an attempt to entice voters toward a desired response; votes.

When DAP-Pakatan fails to keep its many sugar coated promises they will place the blame on the shoulders of the present administration. However the reality of the situation is that economics dictate that they cannot carry out their many promises as their is no plan in place for them to replace the outflow of revenue.

Here are two (2) easy eamples:

1. The Barisan Nasional government has a water bucket with a tap. They open the tap prudently and at the same time replace the outflow with fresh water; in turn the bucket not only maintains its level, but has also risen (economic investment and development).

2. DAP-led Pakatan wants to take the water bucket that the present (Barisan Nasional) government has filled and open the tap all the way. There is no plan on how to replace the water that is constantly flowing out; and when the bucket is near empty, they will point fingers.

So what the 14th general election comes down to for DAP-led Pakatan are their vested interests. Their manifesto is their means to try and have their interest realized.

It is similar to when an adult wants to entice a child or children into behaving a certain way; they offer some goodies to bring about the desired action.

They do not due this because it’s in the child’s or children’s vested interest; they do it because it is in their own vested interest. That is why Pakatan can put forth a manifesto that is riddled with giveaways.

Again looking at what Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak had written.

We need to make promises that can be delivered, not just any promises to help win the election.

It is apparent that Pakatan’s sensational promises are geared toward their vested interest and not those of the Malaysians!


Pakatan’s Philosophy; Desperate Times Once Again Call for Desperate Measures!

Pakatan Hairbrained scheme is to try and concoct charges against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

On the blogsite Malaysia Today in ‘The Corridors of Power’ blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin (RPK) outlines how Pakatan Harapan will make a last attempt to resurrect their coup d’état in an attempt to force Prime Minister Najib Razak out of office.

Are we all thinking the same thing ‘desperation’

Honestly, Pakatan Harapan is as predictable as a bad movie plot. The hands on the political clock are at eleven fifty-five (11:55) and they know they Pakatan Harapan are in neck deep in quicksand.

It’s that sinking feeling that has them grasping at anything to keep their waining fantasy alive.

So they get their foreign fake news arm (Sarawak Reports) to write trash with the hope that Malaysians will believe this new lie even more than they believe the previous ones.

Does Sarawak Reports editor and chief Clare Rewcastle-Brown believe that Malays would take her for anything but a lier after she blatantly lied about PAS president Datuk Seri Hadi Awang and Prime Minister Najib Razak?

Perhaps Pakistan’s whole point of bringing up and having Sarawak Reports to write about a ‘charge sheets is to try and create questions in the minds of the rakyat. After all, Pakatan Harapan does not have the luxury of whereupon the can try and slowly build yet another fairy tale.


Look at what happened with Pakatan s 1Malaysia Development Berhad fable. After all of the time they put into crafting the lie, it finally came to naught.

That is why Pakatan Harapan’s latest philosophy of desperate times call for desparte measures is in full swing!

The following is an excerpt from

Final Push To Oust Najib To Be Launched Next Month

‘The Corrodores of Power’

Pakatan Harapan has to defeat Najib before GE14 and not during GE14

According to Mahathir, once Parliament is dissolved, Najib would be reduced to a caretaker Prime Minister heading a caretaker government (while Parliament would no longer exist). Mahathir believes that this means Najib’s power would essentially be reduced and heads of agencies such as PDRM, MACC, AGC, and so on, can ignore any instruction from the PMO and can wait until the new government is formed and the new Prime Minister is sworn in after GE14 before acting.

This, of course, would be if these heads of the various government agencies will agree to play ball and ignore any and all instructions from PMO until the new government is formed and the new Prime Minister is sworn in. The ‘danger’ here, argued Mahathir, is that since Merdeka the concept of caretaker Prime Minister and caretaker government has never been practiced and the Prime Minister and his Cabinet have always acted on the basis of ‘business as usual’ right up to Polling Day and the ‘Morning After’.

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Pakatan Harapan is stuck in quicksand and are grasping at straws in attempt to stay alive!

Desperate Pakatan Gasping for Air!

The Pakatan Harapan coalition is gasping for air as their hopes sinking in front of their eyes.

DAP-led Pakatan thought their enemy was Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, but the were and are dead wrong. Their really enemy is time and it is carrying their inevitable demise toward them like a speed locomotive. Now they look like a deer seeing the trains lights approaching and are bewildered to what to do.

You see it written all on their faces; their planned victory party and maybe their coalition (if you want to call it that) are over.

The anticipated slaps on the back for having unseated Prime Minister Najib Razak will morph into fingers pointing and mouths frothing like those who are devoid of their faculties.

Perhaps it will all end up like Joceline Tan’s piece in The Star had written; yet instead of it being the Selangor government, the DAP-led Pakatan coalition will disintegrate.


DAP-led Pakatan has no more issues to hurl at the Prime Minister and their economic plans for the nation can only be described plans are borderline crazy.


Pakatan Harapan is drowning in the whirlpool of time and they are gasping for air just trying to survive the inevitable; the 14th general election!


Thank Goodness for Pakatan Harapan!

Sometimes in life it is difficult to appreciate what you have until you place it next to what you might get.

So in that regard Malaysians are fortunate in having the unique opportunity to look at the chaos that surrounds DAP-led Pakatan so that the can see what they don’t want out of their government leadership.

DAP-led Pakatan has trouble even with their seat allocations so it is no surprise that it had taken them so long to come up with names for their prime minister and deputy prime minister designates.

From Pakatan Harapan’s own disarray in trying to operate as a coalition it does not take a stretch of the imagination to see what would happen, if they were to ever run the government; more stagnation and chaos!

The government while not perfect has not been running around like a chicken devoid of its head nor has it wasted the rakyat’s money on projects like the undersea tunnel.


Could the project be a big scam?


The underwater tunnel farce may prove to be yet another ill advised move by the present Penang Menteri Besar Lim Guan Eng like that of his ‘Bungled Bungalow’.

For the government’s part, the Prime Minister has taken both a systematic and pragmatic approach toward Malaysia’s growth. As a result, global investment shows confidence in what the Barisan Nasional government is achieving.

Barisan Nasional provides Experience, Stability and Growth!

DAP-led Pakatan offers Indecision, Chaos and fabrications.

So in that regard one must say thank goodness for Pakatan Harapan as their indecisiveness, chaos and propensity for fabricatjon gives Malaysians a unique opportunity to see how they would ruin Malaysia, if they formed the government.


Pakatan Knows There Is Trouble When More Than 200 PKR Members Quit!


Lim Kit Siang and Tun Mahathir have been known to brush aside members leaving their ranks. They often played it off by giving the impression that it was of little significance.  However, they and the rest of Pakatan Harapan know that there is trouble when more than 200 PKR members quit!


Apparently those PKR members and perhaps many more have finally realized that all are not equal in their so called coalition of equals.


The inequality, hypocrisy and power grab which Pakatan is becoming known by is leaving a bad taste in their member’s mouths just as it is leaving a rancid taste in more and more Malaysian’s mouths.

Those making up the more than two hundred (200) PKR members see that PKR like Amanah and Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia or PPBM play second fiddle to Lim Kit Siang’s DAP despite Pakatan appearing to be led by Malays.

Many people have viewed the whole DAP-led Pakatan leadership line up as farce put forth to keep Malays from seeing that they DAP is really in charge of Pakatan.

Now it seems that members have tired of the farce and are choosing to move in a different direction which is quite significant when one think over it.

Pakatan Harapan is building their whole campaign around promises that they know they cannot keep.  Even though they will not be able to fulfil those promises they are making them nonetheless.

Pakatan wants Malaysians to believe that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow they are painting and that there is plenty to go around.

In creating that illusion, the last thing Pakatan needs at this time is for members to leave en mass.  Doing so shows a serious lack of confidence members have in Pakatan’s real as well as puppet leaders, the course they have set and their fake promises.

This mass quitting also comes on the heel of Selangor PKR dissatisfaction of Pakatan choosing Tun Dr Mahathir and Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail as prime minister and deputy prime minister designates.


So while Lim Kit Siang and Tun Mahathir attempt to spin any news which is negative, they and the rest of Pakatan know that there is trouble brewing when more than 200 members from within their ranks quit!



Pakatan Cracking Under the Weight of its Own Duplicity!


Selangor PKR dissatisfaction over the choice of Tun Mahathir as Prime Minister and Datuk Wan Aziza Wan Ismail as deputy Prime Minister to be shows that Pakatan is cracking under the weight of its own duplicity.

Below is one of the resolutions that PKR information chief Hizwan Ahmad shared.   Read what it says and infers.

“With what remains of democracy and freedom of speech, Selangor PKR expresses its frustration and disappointment with the announcement of PH’s candidates for prime minister and deputy prime minister.”


So while the DAP-led Pakatan opposition was trying to paint the picture that everything was copasetic, things have been festering behind the scenes.

But what is somewhat I am sure many are finding surprising is why did Selangor PKR wait until the eleventh hour to voice their objection about both Tun Mahathir and Datuk Wan Aziza Ismail as potential prime minister and deputy prime minister?  No doubt they wanted their man Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali for either the top spot or the number two spot.

For PKR Selangor to want the above scenario would also prove that there is another camp in PKR that wants Datuk Wan Azizah Ismail out; and give credence to the following excerpt in Malaysia Today’s Corridors of Power.

“In fact, Azmin is planning to challenge Dr Wan Azizah for the party presidency. Once he takes over as PKR’s President he will want to take over from Wan Azizah the post of Deputy Prime Minister as well. There is no way Azmin is going to allow that post to fall to Mukhriz when it ‘belongs’ to him.”


Apparently the Selangor Menteri Besar has been planning to topple the PKR president (Wan Aziza) for some time and now feels like Tun Mahathir; if it doesn’t happen now, it never will.

So there is Tun Mahathir planning to double cross Anwar Ibrahim and no doubt Lim Kit Siang and Azmin Ali planning to make his move on Wan Aziza Wan Ismail.  There is also Azmin Ali plotting to block any chance of Mukhriz becoming anything but a visitor in Putrajaya.

And of course there is Selangor PKR which does want neither Tun Mahathir nor Datuk Wan Azizah as choices for prime minister and deputy prime minister respectively.

Like an unfolding bad drama, those are the betrayals that are on the surface of Pakatan.  There is little doubt as the 14th general election gets closer desperation may cause Pakatan to crack even further under the weight of its own duplicity!



In Pakatan’s So-Called Coalition of Equals, Some are More Equal than Others!


Pakatan Harapan likes to laud that it is a coalition made up of equals, but as recent time has shown it is not as equal as it portrays itself to be; as some are more equal than others.

The recent event in Penang where the DAP-led government cast PKR to the side in favor of one of their own shows that all is not right in DAP-led coalition.

In a NST (New Straits Time) article; People’s Alternative Party (PAP)  vice president Rahmad Isahak accused DAP of being arrogant and belittling PKR despite PKR holding ten (10 ) seats in Penang’s legislative assembly.

The PAP vice president (Rahmad Isahak) made the remarks after the PKR Bunga assemblyman Cheah Kah Pang was prevented from handling the flood aid.  Instead the DAP-led Penang government gave the task to one of their own; the Pulau Tikus assemblyman, Yap Soo Huey.

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While there is no crime to look out for those in your own political party by throwing them a bone or two; there is a problem of perception when there has been so much hoopla made over how equal the DAP-led Pakatan opposition and then they turn around and pull what they did in Penang.

Making such a move/switch was a slap in the face to Cheah Kah Pang in much the same way Lim Kit Siang getting Tun Mahathir to be his (LKS) DAP-led Pakatan opposition chairman was a slap in the face to PKR’s Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Azmin Ali, Datuk Dr. Wan Azizah Ismail and Amanah’s Mat Sabu.

However politically misguided those in PKR and AMANAH may be, them not having a chance to be chairman or chairwoman only proves that there are only a select few in Lim Kit Siang’s DAP-led Pakatan coalition that are more equal than others.

Many could see how Mat Sabu and others were coaxed out of PAS to form Amanah; only then to be treated more like an awkward prop that is to be displayed and less like a partner in the so-called coalition.

Now compare that to PPBM.

Even though the role of Tun Mahathir and Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) is much the same as that of AMANAH and even PKR, the equality equation seems to be more skewed in Tun Mahathir’s direction.

There is no way for Lim Kit Siang justify Tun Mahathir’s elevated status as a result of his long years of service to his (LKS) opposition because Tun Mahathir long years of service has been fighting against Lim Kit Siang and his evangelical plans for Malaysia.


Yet even with the many years of antagonism between them, Lim Kit Siang still made Tun Mahathir more equal than other coalition members; proving that he (LKS) defines equality.


Therefore with the DAP leading the coalition, the events surrounding the Penang flood aid disbursement should be of no surprise; it just proves that in a coalition of so-called equals, some are more equal than others!