Friday, 21 September 2012

PAS to split ways from DAP?

The writing is already on the wall…

PAS and DAP may go their own ways given the unending verbal spat both parties are having regarding the Hudud laws and former deputy president Nasharuddin Mat Isa.

DAP strongman Karpal Singh, being used by the party ‘emperor and son’, has been tirelessly demanded PAS to sack Nasharuddin and drop the Hudud laws aspiration, without any care to the co-operation they have had since 2008 general election.

As far as Karpal is concerned, he is assigned to bark while Kit Siang and Guan Eng play the ‘good cop’ role but their act, as far as PAS is concern, is nothing new as PAS leaders and members can read in-between as well as indepth.

PAS veterans – the fundamentalists – who built the party since the 50s know the political game and know what DAP is all about, in and out, like a book read hundred of times.

PAS fundamentalist leaders that included Ulamak chief Datuk Harun Taib are not new in politics as they have been ‘gone through the political mills’ and they know DAP’s inner motives.

At the same time, they also know the liberals in the party who now being elected in the leadership line-up, they know the man behind these liberals and they know what these liberals are up to.

In fact, they always go along with the liberals but to a certain limit where they put their foot down and then watch the reactions, old hands in the game.

Read on in Tunku here.

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