Friday, August 9, 2013

UMNO Baru's love hate relationship with DAP

Umno Baru man and MP for Temerloh, Saifuddin Abdullah, has reopened the issue of DAP joining Barisan Nasional by saying that it was “not impossible” for any opposition party to join the ruling coalition and yet maintain their opposing views.

After all the bad publicity given to DAP, I wonder why they are still interested in having the DAP to team up with them?  Quite frankly, they have never been short of issues against DAP that it is almost a daily affair where a new 'anti-DAP' issue will crop up.  Joining the BN, hmmmmm .....

7 hari dalam hidup macai :

Ahad    : DAP anti Islam 
Isnin    :  DAP anti Melayu
Selasa  :  DAP parti perkauman chaunivis
Rabu    : DAP alat komunis
Khamis : DAP perkuda PAS
Jumaat : DAP mahu jadikan negara ini negara Kristian
Sabtu   : DAP patut join BN

1 comment:

  1. Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on May 13, 2012 - 9:37pm.
    To Whom It May Concern:
    The thrust of the Buddha Dhamma is not directed to the creation of new political institutions and establishing political arrangements. Basically, it seeks to approach the problems of society by reforming the individuals constituting that society and by suggesting some general principles through which the society can be guided towards greater humanism, improved welfare of its members, and more equitable sharing of resources.
    On the other hand, may be Datuk Yip Kum Fook father of Buddha because he can played dirty politics inside Buddhist Temple (SANMAK SAMBODHI) at No: 19-21 Jalan 38 Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong 52100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. If Buddha alive, Buddha will shout of his father because of is very low knowledge. WHY people at that Buddhist Temples are very stupid to selected leader crooks human.
    However, this does not mean that Buddhists cannot or should not get involved in the political process, which is a social reality. The lives of the members of a society are shaped by laws and regulations, economic arrangements allowed within a country, institutional arrangements, which are influenced by the political arrangements of that society. Nevertheless, if a Buddhist wishes to be involved in politics, he (Datuk Yip Kum Fook) should not misuse religion to gain political powers, nor is it advisable for those who have renounced the worldly life to lead a pure, religious life to be actively involved in politics.
    Brickfields, KL.