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Raikonen
18-11-2012, 06:03 PM
Hadi: Iím ready to be PM

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/hadi-im-ready-to-be-pm/


Hmm...That would scare off a few fence sitter voters i guess...Not sure how the non-malays would take to a PAS president as PM...Lim Guan Eng, you should also anounce that you are ready to be PM..U are the best person to be PM imho...

kuma
18-11-2012, 06:17 PM
Hadi: Iím ready to be PM

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/hadi-im-ready-to-be-pm/


Hmm...That would scare off a few fence sitter voters i guess...Not sure how the non-malays would take to a PAS president as PM...Lim Guan Eng, you should also anounce that you are ready to be PM..U are the best person to be PM imho...

Hadi shoots down Dr M's 'hudud for all' demand

ĎThere is a distinction between fairness for all and rights for all. Non-Muslims have rights to do what is allowed in their own religion,í he says.

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/214463

Well, he got that one right :D

Raikonen
18-11-2012, 06:55 PM
It is easy to talk when one does not walk the corridors of power...Once power comes into play, it is a different matter altogether....PAS as part of PR is fine but heading PR...it's another matter i would think...although i am for the party with PR with the most seats to have its leader as PM.

Naka
18-11-2012, 07:02 PM
This question as to who will be the PM from the Pakatan Rakyat always come around election time.

Is it done purposely with an agenda?

USJ27Resident
18-11-2012, 11:30 PM
This question as to who will be the PM from the Pakatan Rakyat always come around election time.

Is it done purposely with an agenda?

You guess is as good as mine.... Half the damn politicians would sell their "mother" for their own political gain.... the other "half", well - time will tell....

IMHO ~ if the politician is still driving the same car he was driving BEFORE he won his election... then chances are he is a contented person only interested in taking care of his constituency.... if he suddenly demands for a Camry (or perhaps a Cayenne!) then that frog ought to have gotten fried in the election... (reminds you of an ex DAP state assemblywoman? now independant/BN friendly ***** ....) :rolleyes:

Henry T
19-11-2012, 08:09 AM
Would it be any worse than the present, I wonder.

bslee
19-11-2012, 10:15 AM
I say NO! I would NOT accept some individual with mindset and fundamentals of their life mostly associated in some dominant religion. Just NOT a good idea, should stay an idea indefintely.
This kind of issue pose more questions but I'll not say out here, can easily be deemed sensitive or controvesial, although some could be obvious to any analytical mind.

Raikonen
19-11-2012, 10:43 AM
Hadi's a strange fellow...he wanted to drop out politics...then he wants to challenge Najib in Pekan and now he wants to be PM!!! Haha when the sniff of power beomes strong, one's true colors will show....

I say Hadi go challenge Naji then in Pekan...If you can slay the pussydragon in his lair, u deserve to be PM :heheheh:

cml
20-11-2012, 12:44 PM
Actually it doesnt matter who they choose to be pm. Dont be like penang where all the gerakan warlords were fighting to be chief minister and they ended up losing their pants. Win already only talk and if they choose one which the rakyat does not like thats the end for him and the party. Its as simple as that nowadays. We have been taken for a ride for 50 odd years . I dont think that the people are stupid enough to be led by the nose again for another 50 years. Like the cold war, the era of gomen pulling a fast one over the rakyats eyes are basically over.

bslee
20-11-2012, 01:55 PM
We have been taken for a ride for 50 odd years . I dont think that the people are stupid enough to be led by the nose again for another 50 years

OK, lets see if there's just as many people who'll still allow continuance. They'd allow it not for the sake of wanting change but their own interest. 2008 should have seen them being tipped over by a margin or more but didn't.
I'm hoping the near future will see a change or doom will continue indefinitely.

cml
20-11-2012, 02:08 PM
I am pretty most of us here are on the new side but if the majority still thinks that the present bunch is the best that the country can come up with, then only an act of god can save us. And if they or their future generations have to resort to working as maids/construction workers/oil palm harvesters/ rubber tappers in thailand or indonesia then they have their parents and grand parents to blame. They should probably disown them.

Raikonen
20-11-2012, 02:10 PM
PAS: Whither your direction?

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/sideviews/article/pas-whither-your-direction-kim-quek/


My thoughts precisely...PAS, you can only force through the Islamisation of this country if it is 99% malay muslims. This is a secular country...Already i know of friends who are having second thoughts of voting PR in general and PAS specifically...don't be a dumb party and stay in opposition till kingdom come.

cml
20-11-2012, 02:15 PM
The problem with some of these people is that they think that once they win the elections they would rule forever. Once they rule forever like the present gomen they think that they can do anything. They tend to forget that it is the rakyat who voted them in. We had a pretty easy going country in the past where everyone could live with each other until the politicians came in to wreck the entire social fabric and people become more and more segregated by religion and race.

Raikonen
20-11-2012, 02:45 PM
In the good old days, i could mix with my malays friends, get them to my house for makan with no problem....Nowadays if you wanna invite yr malay friends or colleagues for makan, they don't wanna to coz of halalness worries....how to have unity when one cannot even sit at the same table for makan...Already schools are racially segregated...even makan also got problem...veli veli veli the sad

bslee
20-11-2012, 03:11 PM
These are all very real and apparent and factually sliding even further. I'm sure Tunku Abdul Rahman didn't want such things to happen, he envisioned all rakyat to be very united, happy and prosper. BLAME your so called elected patriots and nationalists who systematically SPOIL this country after Tunku's left office. If they can systematically start dismantling all the colonial road names to something else, they're VERY CAPABLE of worse things.Their policies put us all in this awry state of disrepair for another century.
As it looks, they'd still continue and don't give a hoot what happens after they're gone. Our descendants will inherit a very difficult and spoiled country and truthfully nothing to gloat about. I'll not live to witness all that.

USJ27Resident
21-11-2012, 12:14 AM
BLAME your so called elected patriots and nationalists who systematically SPOIL this country after Tunku's left office. If they can systematically start dismantling all the colonial road names to something else, they're VERY CAPABLE of worse things.Their policies put us all in this awry state of disrepair for another century....

From my humble POV ~ Tunku did not leave office but was 'forced' to leave office after the riots of 1969 and you know who took over... He then implemented the NEP and the rest is history... then the doctor took office and everything went down the drain... :(

SiangMalam
21-11-2012, 01:39 AM
BLAME your so called elected patriots and nationalists who systematically SPOIL this country after Tunku's left office. If they can systematically start dismantling all the colonial road names to something else, they're VERY CAPABLE of worse things.Their policies put us all in this awry state of disrepair for another century. And it wasn't your feared UMNO blokes who changed the age-old popular name of Northam Road to Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Weston Road to Jalan Utama, Scott Road to Jalan Dr Ramachandran, Beach Street to Lebuh Pantai all here in Penang...... it was GERAKAN under Tan Sri Dr Bo Hood!

SiangMalam
21-11-2012, 01:57 AM
Indonesia is the world's largest Muslim country and when I went to Malio Club near the Godlok district next to Jl Gadja Madha (in Jakarta) to treat a team of our geological surveyors and staff to a good night of drinks and entertainment after they have completed their 6-week survey of a coalmine with really good results, even I was shocked to see what was on stage.... Would Hadi allow such co-existance as a PM?

zinglicious
21-11-2012, 02:08 AM
These are all very real and apparent and factually sliding even further. I'm sure Tunku Abdul Rahman didn't want such things to happen, he envisioned all rakyat to be very united, happy and prosper. BLAME your so called elected patriots and nationalists who systematically SPOIL this country after Tunku's left office. If they can systematically start dismantling all the colonial road names to something else, they're VERY CAPABLE of worse things.Their policies put us all in this awry state of disrepair for another century.
As it looks, they'd still continue and don't give a hoot what happens after they're gone. Our descendants will inherit a very difficult and spoiled country and truthfully nothing to gloat about. I'll not live to witness all that.

I concur. It is an ugly truth but it is true. We had voted by giving the 2/3 majority to the ruling party for a long time to let them do it democratically. :(

zinglicious
21-11-2012, 02:30 AM
You guess is as good as mine.... Half the damn politicians would sell their "mother" for their own political gain.... the other "half", well - time will tell....

IMHO ~ if the politician is still driving the same car he was driving BEFORE he won his election... then chances are he is a contented person only interested in taking care of his constituency.... if he suddenly demands for a Camry (or perhaps a Cayenne!) then that frog ought to have gotten fried in the election... (reminds you of an ex DAP state assemblywoman? now independant/BN friendly ***** ....) :rolleyes:

And I thought leaderships are being elected rather than demanded in democracy? :confused:

That fella would be getting my vote of confidence if he demanded to be the Prime Example instead of Prime Minister. :p

And my X vote would go to those young turks who prepare to serve as Public Servants rather than those old folks who ask for my X vote to be MY Personal Master. ;)