Some explanation is necessary from me given the comments made on my posting "This is DSAI." This is the second in a series of articles I intend to post on this subject. The first was "An inconvenient truth for Pakatan Rakyat".
I said " a series of articles" on this subject. Why I do so might become clearer as we go along. I said "might" because this is a work in progress and where it will ultimately lead to will have to be seen.
But if it is to end where I intend to lead it to then I think it would be interesting for you to wait and see if what I am writing about DSAI is for UMNO, for Pakatan Rakyat, for money or for "dan lain lain". If you have read what I write in the past I write normally without fear or favor and I am not shy about putting my head on the chopping block. That is the way I write.
This is not an about turn, a u turn or a gostan by steadyaku47 on DSAI. Go back to what I have written about DSAI in the past and you will always find that what I write is consistent - consistent with my belief that DSAI is leader of PR by default. PR leaders are also consistent on one thing - in as long as DSAI is the best they have to lead them - then he will be their leader (again leader by default!)
Let us leave it at that for now. I have not finish with this yet. Sticks and stone may break my bones but .....
I guess this comment says it all. The same is true of Najib...but then do we not have brains to think for ourselfs what is right or wrong?
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Even if there's a video of DSAI having sex with a donkey, I'll still vote for him.
HH, good commentary - you are so right on DSAI being the default leader. He could have been a better leader if he had not let all those PM-to-be thoughts get into his head and just sincerely work to strengthen and build up an honest and principled Opposition. Look at how the Workers Party in Singapore won - they really worked for the people and won their trust!ReplyDelete
Everything you say rings true - maybe it is time to get DSAI's Daughter to take over the stage - if she can be tough enough to withstand all the politicking within her party!
Enough you must/have to say DSAI isn't the PM we need that badly.ReplyDelete
Better you say that when PR comes to power. Do flush out all the inconvenient truths. But for today do check with those truths about Mahathir and all the lanuns.
What your truths today about DSAI can ever be more inconvenient? Apologies and regrets just don't matter any more. The damage is done. UMNO will surely win with the likes of you on this high horse.
You any different from the MSMs?
Melayu like Hussein mudah lupa...Bodoh punya MelayuReplyDelete
At this juncture, I must say I'm very glad I have never been close enough to Anwar Ibrahim to notice the mote in his eye. It's a full time job just getting to grips with the beam in my own eye! I realize Anwar's political career to date reads like some plot out of Marvel Comics. He is a true-life action hero because Malaysia (like America, btw) is a politically adolescent country and voters need to see action or else they get bored. They would never vote for someone like Richard Dawkings - author of The God Delusion - who tends to dwell in cerebral realms. So we NEED an action-hero figure to inspire us to DEFY THE ODDS and dream big... but if you get too close to an action-hero just be prepared to get a whiff of his or her human traits, e.g., strong B.O. (that's what I've heard about Brad Pitt :-)... or glass eyes that can be removed and kept in a glass of water! Right now, we must muster all the strength we can find - and work with all potential allies - to push that monolithic rock called BN a wee bit further, so it will tumble down by itself through the natural force of gravity.ReplyDelete
I am v v disappointed. Reason - even if it is true that DSAI is that kind od person, don't wash his dirty linen in public now when the GE is round the corner! This gives yuu know who a lot of ammo. If the BN want to do so, it's their business to do so, after all, they want him out. I thought you wanted PR in, Btw, is this anything to do with a much earlier article you wrote saying something about the BN parties willing to pay you to write? Correct me if I am wrote.
OOPs, correction, ...correct me if I am wrong.ReplyDelete
Even if there's a video of DSAI having sex with a donkey, I'll still vote for him.ReplyDelete
I left my previous views in reply to "Cakap2 This is DSAI". We are not interested whether he copulated with a donkey or any other moving creature. That is a personal preference left to the morale gauge of individuals & the norm of a given society addressed (eg. Italy) Whether a leader is wise is how he carries himself is another matter.ReplyDelete
"DSAI is leader of PR by DEFAULT" makes the greatest sense of what Malaysians are facing in terms of choice. DEFAULT means 2nd best. Are we ready for 2nd choice? The Lim's are no better & I can't comment on PAS and their view of a theocratic model for government. An opposition seeking to replacing a ruling government that is racked with multiple flaws (obvious rhetoric & understatement)better think of a better alternative quickly. Pro-PR seems to underpin all their hopes only in one person - DSAI. As stated, will we jumping from the frying pan into the fire?
Civil disobedience was never in PKR's vocabulary until his was sacked & Sodomy I. In fact PKR never existed prior to these events.
Baring DSAI skills to unite PR, the country needs good governance & leadership. The Malays who reject UMNO realize this. The non-Malays who feel that their rights being infringe realize this. Then, the raykat must come to a consensus on who is best to lead them into GE13.
I believe politics can be so unpredictable or beyond reason. While we worry over who shall be leader of PR in case Anwar is put in the slammer, PR can still be successful even if it is neither ready with a clear choice of a successor nor without a shadow cabinet, for one of two possible scenarios.ReplyDelete
Yingluck in Thailand is a good example of how someone least prepared could win in a GE. Umno could become so unpopular that voters would vote anybody but.
No, I wont vote for him if he's such a debased person, but you know he's not. You yourself know there are many things abt him that are exemplary. We are already in the last lap to winning - dont throw a spanner in the works. For what? If people dont like him when he's in charge, a new leader will come up. But you cant deny that he has a role to play. Do you think there would even be a Pakatan Rakyat or any substantial alternative to BN if not for him. If you think anyone can get DAP and PAS to sit at the same table, try it. For now, please dont lose the objective. I'm not putting him on a pedestal, no one deserves to be there, but please dont lose the objective. I have seen so many potentially good Malay leaders migrate and live comfortable quiet lives overseas and he cd have done that too, instead of trying to fight one court case after another and be the object of ridicule here in the country. Just so that he can become PM ? Anyway, with friends like you, he doesn't need enemiesReplyDelete
I believe you if you say you are not writing for money, for a particular party or for some devious reason that we dont know abt. You just want to say it like it is. You want people to know who this person really is. Doesnt that sound just like Ummi Hafilda, she wants people to know who Anwar really is. Quite a lot of people claim to know who he really is. Even my uncle who was in MCKK says he knows who Anwar really is (in this case more good than bad). Does anyone really know who he is. All I know is he's working hard to do sth abt the situation in the country, harder than mostReplyDelete
HUSSIN,U ARE A NUT OF THE HIGHEST ORDER.DSAI WAS YOUR CLOSE FRIEND AND WHAT SORT OF PERSON U ARE NOW? U ARE A TRAITOR TO YOUR DEAR FRIEND AND YOUR PLACE IS IN HELL(NERAKA) FOR TELLING THE WHOLE WORLD ALL THE BADS OF DSAI.WHY DONT U TELL THE WHOLE WORLD THE GOODS OF DSAI!BLOODY BODOH MELAYU!ReplyDelete
Bloody Bodoh Melayu is spot on. Remember the joke - when you put the Malays in one hole (during wartime I suppose), they can never get out of that hole because they pull each other down. Some truth in it, don't u thinkReplyDelete
PAK HUSSIN,WHEN MALAYSIANS CAN ALLOW TDM 22 YEARS TO RULE,PAK LAH TO SLEEP ON HIS JOB AND NAJIB TO RULE WITHOUT ANY ELECTIONS TO BE PM,WHY CANT MALAYSIANS ALLOW DSAI TO BE PM AND JUDGE HIM FOR 1 TERM.BE FAIR TO HIM LAHReplyDelete
This is our country we are talking about..there is no room for anybody to "try" and be Prime Minister. From the word go whoever is going to be our PM must deliver what we expect him to deliver - good government, open and accoutable govt - anything else will mean our country suffers - even it is one week we simply cannot afford it!..or else we regress back to the ways of UMNO!ReplyDelete
...and this is Hussein, the steadyaku47, the son of the late Police Officer, mind you police officer who rose to the rank of CPO (if I'm not mistaken as what he said) who was filthy rich.ReplyDelete
He queralled with his brother, a Doctor, for his father's estate.
He is a Malay and all the while before this, he was with UMNO trying his best for projects for Ali Baba.
The best thing is, he is connected to Abdullah Badewi through Abdullah's wife.
But what makes him to be he is now, you think for yourself !
Can we trust him for what he is ?
PAK HUSIN,SINCE SAMSAIMON RELATED U ARE THE SON OF A FORMER POLICE CPO AND QUARRELLED WITH YOUR BROTHER OVER SOME HARTA AND U ARE RELATED TO PAK LAH AND A FORMER UMNO MEMEBER,THEN I CAN CLASSIFIED U AS THE CARI MAKAN TYPE AND CABUT TO AUTRALIA WITH THE ILL GOTTEN CASH,GO TO HELL HUSINReplyDelete
Dear Bro Hussien,ReplyDelete
My father-in-law was your senior in MCKK. He was closed with one of the Sultan and this continued for sometimes. For reasons only known to him he decided to detach relationship, left the state and took up a decent job at a remote and quiet place in the country. He lived and died a simple man. So, you can guess the background of my wife who has influenced my life greatly.
I like your blog, admire your ideas and writing skills, and hope one day I would have the opportunity to have a cup of tea with you in Adelaide. However, about a couple years ago, I found from your own writings, that you are not the person that you have depicted to be. I think you are a talam with multiple muka. It looks like you have already got a script to follow. When you are writing I wonder whether there is a scorpion tank or pirate treasures in front of you. So, I stop visiting your blog since then, but once in a full moon when I really miss you I will visit your blog to listen to the oldies.
I like Sakmongkol AK47 who declares who he is upfront. It doesn’t matter from which political camp he is but what matters most are his honesty and his intellectual views.
Finally, according to our family record, as at today, the best PM is still Tunku Abdul Rahman, the best PM’s wife or the first lady if you like is Dr Siti Hasmah, the best Agong is the present Sultan of Kedah, and the best politician is still Onn Jaafar who founded UMNO and was kicked out of UMNO for suggesting that UMNO should open up their membership to non Malays about 50 years ago.
HUSIN ,BERTAUBAT LAH,TENGOK MUKA DI CERMIN DULU NANTI I BUKA PEKONG U.ReplyDelete
and this is Hussein, the steadyaku47, the son of the late Police Officer, mind you police officer who rose to the rank of CPO (if I'm not mistaken as what he said) who was filthy rich.ReplyDelete
He was with UMNO trying his best for projects for Ali Baba.
............................that's what I thought so all this while. Now we know what this bugger is made of,actually.Typical Melayu la
You guys who lambast Hussin for his thread on DSAI are selfish because while you are all Anwarcentric you have failed to see Hussin projected his idea of "beyond Anwar". I don't want to say you are all obsessed with your thought on Anwar, but all your writings somehow made me believe a man obsessed is a man possessed. I didn't even watch that Video to say what I've said about Anwar. By Hussin's writing I concluded that all Hussin meant was a mind game, that if Pakatan were to lose Anwar in a near future, Pakatan's people must not be demoralised as much but to ready to accept the loss and continue fighting against UMNO/BN under other able leaders in Pakatan's stable.ReplyDelete
I'm not Anwarcentric but that doesn't mean I hate him or I'm not with Pakatan.
FMZam...I want you to know this.I did not want to write anymore tonight because our cat of 12 years died early this morning and it affected me badly...but when I read what you wrote it gave me the inspiration to sit down and write that piece "the continuing saga od DSAI"...tqs bro .ReplyDelete