Sunday, November 18, 2018

UMNO-PAS Spit Malice

These days, UMNO and PAS exploit and manipulate racial and religious issues to belch animosity, rack up hatred and spit malice. 

UMNO Batu Pahat chief Mohd Puad Zarkashi (right) had accused MACC of intentionally targeting only UMNO, in bringing to court former government leaders to face charges of corruption. 

This is part of a game plan by Mahathir Mohamad to destroy the Malay party, he maintained. “Tun M only wants to destroy UMNO and has asked them (from UMNO) to join PPBM to save PPBM”. 

He said the prime minister did not think MCA, MIC and Gerakan, who were part of the previous BN government, are a threat – obviously implying that only the Malays were being targeted. 

He argued that it would not be “that difficult” for MACC to come up with corruption charges against leaders from parties other than UMNO. 

“How come not one charge is made up for them? Why only UMNO?” he questioned.

UMNO sow the seeds of enmity and rancor because they view the world through the distorting medium of their own selfish and self-serving ambitions. 

On the same day too, Perak PAS commissioner Razman Zakaria (left) sought to pit DAP and the Malay rulers against each other – alleging that the Pakatan Harapan component are challenging the sovereignty of the Malay rulers because DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng had advised his party members against accept honorific titles from the royals. 

PAS purportedly wear the badge of Islam – but they are not always what they appear to be. They are hypocrites and zealots bent on breeding intolerance and chauvinism. 

These days, nothing good comes from any of them. 

Surely, Malaysians know both UMNO and PAS want to take the country down the road to purgatory. 

For those who know me, Coke and nasi lemak are my staple foods. Not just breakfast, but any time and every time – if I can get the chance to have my Coke and nasi lemak, why not?

Yesterday, I was at Serai, and this was my dinner choice! 










Nasi Lemak Pandan: Aromatic coconut and pandan rice served with ayam goreng berempah, prawn sambal and traditional accompaniments. And reasonably priced too at RM18++.

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