Thursday, March 16, 2017

Pribumi or DAP

Maddy wants to join Pakatan but wants a new coalition name and symbol.

I suspect he wants his Pribumi to hide, and to hide behind the allusion of being also a rocket wakakaka.

Biggest loser in name and symbol changes will be the DAP - it's their members' choice. Do not leave such a monumental loss of identity to the say so of one man or even a small committee.


  1. it's a small price to pay if we hope to strive for a two party system

    each party can still retain their respective symbol similar to the BN coalition

    if you are so concerned about the well being of the dap, why don't you rebut the nonsense your good buddy in Manchester is churning out lately

    he has run out of ideas and is resorting to writing and dishing out rancid nasi lemak to petrify his malay brethren

    1. rebut? he cant, thats how dedak work.

  2. Pakatan Harapan
    The name should stay
    It has generated publicity
    Since the demise of Pakatan Rakyat

    It doesn't need a new name
    Though one party will try to get it
    Let the opposition stick together
    Under the banner of Pakatan Harapan

    No one should claim absolute right
    It is the sharing of common ground
    Get rid of Bee Anne
    Kick out the lousy leaders

    The nation doesn't need the bad
    She needs the good to manage her affairs
    Pakatan Harapan must be the name
    She has heard spoken many times before

    1. the dedak gang use the label dap led ph. i suggest u write poem abt love, perhaps thats the field u would sound better.

  3. Rocket should go it alone...don't hide behind the pretend alliance with PKR and Aminah.

  4. Replies
    1. Dedak cheque bounced kot...nowadays with tightening budgets, the top liners Gasak the good meat first.


    This can never happen in Malaysia, because the Prime Minister is effectively above the law. It is a practical impossibility to conduct a proper law-enforcement investigation into allegations of serious wrong doing of the Current Prime Minister. The 30 minute teh-tarik and karipap session MACC had with Najib last year doesn't count.

    Those who moan about how far Malaysia has behind South Korea, which started off from a much poorer base, are missing one important factor - the rule of Law. The same applies with Singapore.
    Malaysia's Rule of Law under Najib ? Banana Republic standard.

    1. Where got one? Your perception only lah.. wakakaka.