Who is behind Sabah Invasion – Why the double-standards when it involves PKR?
Datuk Seri Najib Razak was largely condemned for shaking the hand of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the United Nations General Assembly in New York not long ago. Although it was just an act of courteous handshake when two leaders come across each other, PKR’s Latheefa Koya made a feast out of the matter. She publicly expressed disgust with the handshake, saying Najib shook hands with a person who is smeared with innocent Palestinians blood.
I wonder why is Latheefa quiet now that her PKR associate Nurul Izzah Anwar met up for a gala dinner with Princess Jacel Kiram, the daughter of late Sultan Jamalul Kiram who was behind the Sulu invasion of Sabah in 2013. Jacel has blood of cops that protect our country on her hands. Palestinian blood matters more than Malaysian blood, eh? Jacel acted as her father’s spokesperson during the Sabah invasion. In fact, Jacel still insists that Sabah belongs to Philippines, and her election manifesto state that she will fight for the reclamation of Sabah. Worse still, Nurul posed for pictures with Jacel holding “Release Anwar” posters. Nurul now can’t say she just bumped into Jacel at a dinner.
Following the Sabah invasion, Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein revealed that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim met up with Philippine’s Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) founding chairman Nur Misuari several times previously. PKR condemned Hisham and accused him of playing dirty politics. Two years later Nurul has just confirmed Hisham’s revelation. So, is PKR making a deal with the Sulu Sultanate to present them Sabah if they form the government? Nurul’s pictures with Jacel do indicate a bilateral relationship between them.
Ironically, pro-Opposition websites are not playing up the Jacel-Nurul dinner date as they did when Najib merely shook the hands of Netanyahu. What happened to the free media and one sidedness that Pakatan always claim to be victims of?
When Umno representatives make remarks that are race-oriented, they are labeled racist. When a PKR leader speaks about regulating women’s sportswear, Datuk Seri Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail says he should be excused because he “had been away at sea for a long time”. Extrapolating that justification, Anwar’s antics should perhaps be excused as he has been in jail with men for a long time.
* 1MDB investments –> misappropriation of funds. Selangor state funds transferred into DEIG –> it is okay;
* BN’s highways with toll –> burdening the people. Toll-free PAN Borneo highway –> not fair because people in Peninsular need to pay toll. Selangor’s decision of building new highways with toll charges –> it is acceptable;
* BN’s Budget 2016 –>not good for the country despite applauds from international economic firms. Selangor’s deficit budget of RM 2.88 billion –> will be good for the state;
* BN’s GST –>hard on the people. Pakatan’s GST – good for the people;
* Introduction of BR1M in 2012 –> it is vote buying. BR1M in 2015 –> government needs to give more;
* When Najib speaks and no questions allowed –>he is a weak and scared leader. When Pakatan defines debate as ‘Only I can ask questions while you cannot’ –> they just want clarifications.
* When no explanation is given on 1 MDB –> why no explanation is given. When Arul Kanda has an open forum to explain, but no Opposition leader attends –> they were not invited.
There are just too many double-standard practices by PKR and their allies. Netizens may be ignorant, but the general population of Malaysia isn’t. The two-faced PKR is slowly, but surely getting exposed. From Nurul’s meet with Jacel, it is more likely that PKR intends to sell the country, not BN as they have been claiming.