Friday, April 04, 2008

The Fundamentals of Pakatan Rakyat

A lesson on the new "Pakatan Rakyat", by Abg Zul Noordin:

"Alhamdulillah after lengthy negotiation and discussions, we have finally come up with a new front called PAKATAN RAKYAT. The front is in a form of a coalition not component. Unlike component party like BN where everybody got to toe the line and end up becoming YES-MAN, a coalition works on common fundamentals.

In case of PAKATAN RAKYAT, the fundamentals are justice, equal and fair distribution of states wealth (without compromising the fundamental rights of the Malays as enshrined in the Constitution), human rights and respect for Malaysian regardless of race, religion or belief (apart from those provided in the constitution).

With a coalition, all the three parties PKR-PAS-DAP will maintain their respective parties idealism but with common stand on the fundamentals. Having a coalition will show to the rakyat that we are not an opposition front, but a government in waiting. With PAKATAN RAKYAT we will be able to form a shadow cabinet, with a clear Prime Minister in waiting, Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

I will provide more details of PAKATAN RAKYAT once they have been finalised by the leadership. The light to Putrajaya is shining brighter by the day. Pak Lah and BN's days are numbered. May ALLAH bless us with His guidance.

Zulkifli Noordin"



Aku nampak list boikot barang-barang Belanda tertampal kat ofis aku. One of it (left list, second line) is Wall's Icecream.

Oh crap.



afiq said...

again with the boycott eh...

afiq rase dengan memboikot we're somehow implying that there are no other produts than the zionist/dutch american products..

we should have focused on local goods instead. Like mother teresa, she refused to be a part of an anti-war rally but said that she'll join a peace rally instead.

Roti Kacang Merah said...

Dek 'Fiq
wow, good sharing, that Mother Teresa story!

don't mind at all guna local brands. Kalau ada local brand yang sesedap Wall's ice cream, LAGI bagus. heh2


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