PAS – Welcome Back To The Right Path

Posted June 14, 2015 by warisan tmk
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PAS stands for Parti Islam Se-Malaysia. It was founded by ‘ulama group’ within UMNO, whose leader, late Hj Mohd Fuad, was a close political ally of late Datuk Onn Jaafar, the founder of UMNO. When late Datuk Onn Jaafar was no longer accepted as leader of UMNO, he formed a new party, Independence Malaya Party(IMP). Late Hj Mohd Fuad decided to join late Datuk Onn Jaafar, and ‘hijacked’ the ‘ulama group’ of UMNO, to form Persatuan Islam Se-Malaya(PAS), which was later on changed to Parti Islam Se-Malaya(PAS).

Not surprising that, in both letter and spirit, early PAS was very much like UMNO. Early PAS fought for the Malays and Islam, besides seeking independence of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu from the British. Infact, early PAS was very Malay-centred, so much so, PAS then did not accept any ‘tahalluf siasiyy’ with non-Malay parties. PAS then labelled UMNO as ‘kafir’ or ‘infidel’ for working together with MCA and MIC.

However, in the aftermath of racial riot  13th May Tragedy’ in 1969, PAS decided to form ‘Kerajaan Campuran’ with UMNO, and then became joint founders of Barisan Nasional(BN).

Unfortunately, the move to form the BN by PAS who was led by late TS Datuk Mohd Asri was not received well by significant section of PAS rank-and-file. ‘Young Turks’ within PAS staged a ‘revolution’ in 1976, which ousted late TS Datuk Mohd Asri. Since then, PAS was transformed into what was seen as full-pledge ISLAMIC PARTY, led by the ULAMA, with the aspirations to establish an ISLAMIC STATE in Malaysia, including the implementation of the HUDUD.

PAS’s transformation took place at a time when the whole Islamic world were under some kind of ‘Islamic re-surgence’. Young people all over the world are turning back to Islam, including Malay students who were sent by the Malaysian government overseas. Overseas, including England, Australia and Egypt were known ‘breeding ground’ for potential supporters of Islamic Movements. PAS’s new aspirations attracted such group of students and graduates.

Despite their newly found IDEOLOGICAL STRENGTH, and rich pool of dedicated supporters, PAS’s aspirations were some how ‘diverted’ by their active involment in supporting the sacked former deputy PM, Anwar Ibrahim. Since the General Election in 1999, PAS had plunged themselves into working together with the ‘secularist’ DAP and ‘Anwarist’ PKR, out of their common obsesssion to bring down UMNO/BN government.

Since then, PAS was seen to have departed from their ISLAMIC STATE and HUDUD aspirations. Worst still, PAS was seen to be prepared to compromise into certain fundamental issues in Islam. Certain PAS leaders were seen becoming very liberal…including their initial stand to allow the Christians to use the word ALLAH.

However, on 4th June 2015, barely over a week ago, the LIBERAL elements within ranks-and-file’ of PAS were completely washed out in the ‘D-Day’ PAS Muktamar.

PAS, welcome back to the RIGHT PATH.

Vote for PKR In Permatang Pauh Means Vote for Sodomy

Posted May 5, 2015 by warisan tmk
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Over 70,000 voters in Permatang Pauh will be voting on 7th May, to elect a new MP for the PKR stronghold constituency.

The bye-election was subsequent to its former member of parliment, DS Anwar Ibrahim, lost his right as a member of parliment, after being sentenced to 5-year imprisonment for SODOMY.

Sodomy is a criminal offence in our laws. And in Islam, to be homosexual, let alone sodomy, is a very serious offence, and the offender will be labelled as morally unfit to be a leader.

By right, Permatang Pauh voters should teach PKR a lesson, not to project a homosexual as their candidate for member of parliment. To show their dislike of homosexual behaviour, and worse still sodomy, they should not vote for Dr Wan Azizah, the wife of DS Anwar Ibrahim.

Its not excessive to say that, a vote for Wan Azizah is a vote for homosexuality and sodomy.

MYTH of PR Winning 52% Popular Vote in PRU13 May 5th 2014

Posted May 4, 2015 by warisan tmk
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There’s not much for opposition PR parties(PKR, DAP and PAS) to cheer about…especially of late…when they are on the verge of a MAJOR break up. Most political observers and analysts have long predicted this. The question was only WHEN?

Under such depressing state of affairs, its not surprising that leaders of PKR and DAP are ‘re-playing’ their claims of ‘victory’ in PRU13…for getting 52% of popular vote.

Was it true…or just a self-pleasing ‘illegitimate'(to be read ‘fucking’) MYTH.

Why such claims are MYTH(in Malay, DONGENG)?

First and foremost, the three PR parties did not contest under a COMMON MANIFESTO, and not even under a COMMON BANNER.

PAS contested mainly in constituencies with over 70% Malay voters…preaching their struggle to establish ISLAMIC STATE in Malaysia, including the implementation of syariah-based criminal laws HUDUD. Out of the nearly 100 seats with Malay voters making up over 70% of the electorate, where PAS squared off one-to-one with UMNO, PAS managed to win 20% of such seats.

DAP contested mainly in constituencies with over 60% Chinese voters, and campaigned on issues which can be grouped as ‘anti-Malay/Bumiputra’, ‘anti-Hudud’, and such like. The result…DAP won over 90% of such seats.

PKR contested the most number of parlimentary seats, mainly in constituencies with mixed voters, somethings like 40% Malays, 40% Chinese and 20% Indians. PKR touched on mainly different sets of issues.

Indeed the three opposition parties may have got 52% votes in total…but whats the significance of that when the parties campaigned on 3 different set of issues, to suit their 3 different mix of voters.

The question is, had the three parties contested using COMMON MANIFESTO(which may have Hudud in it) and COMMON FLAG/BANNER, would they achieve the same 52% votes? The answer is a CLEAR NO. In fact they would never agree on a COMMON MANIFESTO and FLAG/BANNER.

To have any legitimacy in their popular vote claims, PR parties should first organize themselves to come out with a COMMON MANIFESTO which is distributed throughout the country…in all constituencies. And using a COMMON FLAG/BANNER.

Unless and until the PR parties can achieve that, whatever their claims about popular votes will remain a MYTH….only good for PR leaders to perform ‘political masturbation’ upon themselves.

I Lost Respect in Tun Mahathir

Posted April 23, 2015 by warisan tmk
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Tun Dr Mahathir is one of the most well-versed in the history of the country, the Malays and UMNO. Tun knew well, how the late Datuk Onn Jaafar, the first President of UMNO, ended up being an opposition leader when UMNO came to power.

Tun Dr Mahathir remembers very well how he sacked Anwar Ibrahim, then his deputy Prime Minister. I was then an ardent admirer of Anwar Ibrahim, besides being ardent admirer of Tun Dr Mahathir himself. However, when Anwar Ibrahim indulged in acts that would undermine the power of the Malays, as a means to remain relevant in Malaysian politics, I lost respect in him.

Now, I feel exactly the same towards Tun Dr Mahathir. As a statesman, I’m very sure that he could think of so many better ways to convey his feelings and opinion. As a 90-year old man, he must have come across thousand of times the old Malay saying: ‘Bagai menarik rambut dalam tepung, rambut tidak putus, tepung tidak berselerak’.

Before Tun Dr Mahathir question the wealth of DS Najib’s step son, Tun should be transparent enough to tell all the rakyat Malaysia, how did his son Datuk Mokhzani started his business…that now he has become TOP 20 RICHEST PERSONS in Malaysia.

Some how or rather, I think DS Najib has been very prudent in managing the ATTACKS by Tun Mahathir. In fact, at one time, I thought DS Najib was too generous to elevate Tun Mahathir’s son, Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir, as the Menteri Besar of Kedah, despite so many other more seasoned UMNO leaders.

As a seasoned political observer myself, I could feel that Tun Mahathir was ‘deeply hurt inside’, when DS Najib did not give full support to Datuk Mukhriz, when he contested for one of the three posts of  UMNO Vice-Presidents. If it was really so, I really hope that this is not one of the factors behind Tun Mahathir unreserved attacks on DS Najib.

Tun Dr Mahathir has done wonders for our country…that…until recently…he had been my ICON. But, since all these thoughtless barrage of attacks against the standing President of UMNO…I’d lost all my respect in him. Sorry Tun.

DS Najib Statement On Hudud – Have Malays Been Consulted

Posted March 23, 2015 by warisan tmk
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DS Najib reportedly would be making a statement on HUDUD by tomorrow….after meeting leaders of BN component parties last thursday.

As a Malay/Muslim and ardent UMNO supporter, it came across my mind the question whether DS Najib had gauged the ‘hearts and mind’ of grass-root UMNO members and Malay voters…who are the ‘life line’ of UMNO’s political dominance and power.

As an UMNO supporter who is ‘closer to the grass-root’ among ordinary party members and voters, I truly believe that overwhelming majority of Malays/Muslims are supportive of HUDUD…and in fact believe that it is their religious duty to support implementation of HUDUD…although large section also believe that the ‘technicalities’ of HUDUD need to be looked into more carefully, so that the laws truly reflect the letter and spirit of the Quranic teachings.

DS Najib has caused shocks and disappointments among the voters of UMNO/BN for his ‘personal decisions’ like abolishing the ISA and certain Emergency Ordinances. And when DS Najib made another ‘personal decision’ to repeal the Sedition Act, he was overwhelmingly opposed not only by the Malays at large…but by his own party.

I really pray to Allah swt…so that DS Najib will not make similar BLUNDERS tomorrow…when he makes statement on HUDUD.

AS long as DS Najib continue to listen to the ‘heart beats’ of those who voted for UMNO/BN, no one would be able to touch him…or undermine the position of the Malays and Islam.

Between HUDUD And ‘Special Position of Malays/Bumiputras’

Posted March 23, 2015 by warisan tmk
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It baffled me the INCONSISTANCIES of Chinese-based political parties, namely DAP, MCA and Gerakan.

When it comes to oppossing HUDUD, they would argue that HUDUD is against the Federal Constitution.

But when it comes to the ‘Special Position of Malays/Bumiputras of Sabah and Sarawak’, DAP has been acting and working against it. Both MCA and Gerakan have also been guilty of the same tendencies.

On similar note, whats the diffrerence between DAP, MCA and Gerakan supporting ‘Chinese-medium education’ in parallel with the ‘National language-medium education’, and PAS/UMNO supporting HUDUD as parallel ‘slamic criminal laws’, in parallel to ‘civil criminal laws’.

I wonder whether it is a kind of ‘double-standard’ or ‘hypocrisy’.

Hudud – Pecah Tembelang PKR

Posted March 21, 2015 by warisan tmk
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Setelah begitu lama bermain ‘hide-and-seek’ tentang hudud, PKR akhirnya terpaksa PECAH TEMBELANG bahawa parti itu sebenarnya selama ini MENENTANG perlaksanaan hudud.

Bezanya dengan DAP ialah, PKR masih tanpa segan dan silu menggunakan justifikasi berbau ‘Islamic’ dengan berselindung di sebalik istilah-istilah seperti ‘Figh Al-Awlawiyyat’, ‘Maslahah Ummah’, dan ‘Maqasid Shariah’.

Tidak tahulah apa pemimpin-pemimpin PKR, yang termasuk antaranya Tian Chua dan Sivarasa, faham dengan istilah ‘Fiqh Al-Awlawiyyat’. Mungkin bagi mereka, istilah ini memberi maksud ‘mengutamakan Anwar’. Dan, tidak tahulah apa yang mereka faham dengan istilah ‘Maslahah Ummah’. Mungkin bagi mereka, ia bermaksud ‘kepentingan Anwar’.

Apa sekali pun, pendirian begitu jelas kepimpinan PKR menentang hudud menjadikan PKR ‘twin-brothers’ dengan DAP. Mereka seolah-olah adik beradik kembar, malah boleh dianggap ‘mirror image’ antara satu sama lain.

Hai hai…pecah tembelang…


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