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Rhetoric Najib will always shoot from his dirty mouth by just basing on the nice things said about him and umno/bn and with his umno control media spinning on the breakdown of Pakatan Rakyat. His latest statement just clearly identified he can never be a credible PM of this country although he may be good in the eyes of those umnoputras waiting for contracts.
(Bernama) -- Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said today the relations among Pakatan Rakyat parties are not as strong as those of Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties, and are getting weaker by the day.
The deputy prime minister said that until now Pakatan Rakyat parties -- Pas, DAP and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) -- had not been successful in coming up with a common policy.
"What is happening now is a clear proof of their lack of common stand and policy. Continue reading his rhetoric here.
Does he not realized yet that because of umno/bn common stand and policy that the rakyat revolt in the 12th GE giving 5 States to Pakatan Rakyat. It is very clear that a common stand and policy where one is the master and others are plain servants can never work.
Pakatan Rakyat had seen the way that umno master controlling the servant component parties can never work. In order for PR to withstand and bond together the leaders of PR must allow dissent, Q & A, disagreement, infighting and learning the simple rule of being able to agree to disagree.
It seems that Najib are getting false information about Pakatan Rakyat from his advisors and umno control media. They are providing him only news that he wants to read and hear and it does not matter what the people on the ground say.
This is the news that Najib umno/bn will not like to read.
John Lee, The Malaysian Insider
Pakatan Rakyat is now facing its first serious electoral test since its formation. How has it performed so far? While the ride has been bumpy, I believe that any fair yardstick must give Pakatan due credit for holding together and pursuing the agenda its supporters voted for. Pakatan Rakyat remains a viable political coalition, and offers a much stronger alternative to the electorate than its individual component parties did in the general election of March 2008....
But the true test of a political coalition is not singleminded ideological coherence; the true test is whether the component parties can give and take enough to govern effectively together. Husam explicitly stated that hudud laws would only be passed if other Pakatan parties consented; this is and always has been the Pas position, since even before the March general election. He did not say that Pas would quit the potential Pakatan government, or withhold support on other key issues if the theoretical hudud Bill failed. Pas is merely saying that it supports hudud laws; it is not saying that it will upset the wishes of the electorate at large by overturning the Pakatan agenda and quitting the coalition if it cannot get its way. Full text here.
KT Voters, please be aware of evil umno. They just want your vote to win this by-election in order for them to remain arrogant and more money flowing their way. After the election, they will never look after your welfare and if they do provide development projects it will not benefit any of you unless you are within their circle of umnoputras. You have the opportunity to get rid this kind of political party by
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