They are so-called married for ONLY 1 purpose - POWER / PUTRAJAYA
PKR .... oh i mean ANWAR (since its all about ANWAR ) : Want to be PM by any mean. and revenge on UMNO
PAS and DAP... well do i need to say more on their aim.... but atleast they are honest and firm on their IDEOLOGY for now.... but for how long?


Anwar Ibrahim semakin kemaruk kuasa apabila cuba menolak pakatannya yang lain, DAP dan PAS bagi memberi laluan partinya PKR menerajui Selangor — secara mutlak.

Malam semalam saya hadir satu perjumpaan dengan beberapa sahabat yang rapat dengan PAS Selangor. PAS amat kecewa dengan sikap PKR itu. PKR mahu membolot sepenuhnya negeri itu. ‘‘Kalau macam ini Pakatan Rakyat akan pecah. DAP pun sedang marah sekarang.”

Permainan Anwar dan konco-konconya termasuklah anak emasnya, Azmin Ali amat licik sekali. Anwar yang pernah menderhaka dengan Umno, juga sanggup melakukan perkara yang sama dengan PAS dan DAP — asalkan hajatnya tercapai.


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DAP's Karpal : “Buat masa sekarang, yang paling utama ialah mengambil alih Putrajaya daripada BN,”

Apa akan berlaku selepas PR mengambil alih kerajaan persekutuan nanti?

“Jika DAP berkompromi, ia bermakna ia menerima Malaysia sebagai sebuah negara Islam dan jika PAS berkompromi, bermakna ia menerima negara sekular dan ini akan bertentangan dengan prinsip mereka sendiri.


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Nik Aziz, who is also Kelantan Menteri Besar, said he deemed Karpal Singh's rejection of PAS' idea of an Islamic state for Malaysia if the Pakatan coalition of DAP-PAS-PKR came into power, as the latter's own personal opinion.

"As long as they (who do not agree with PAS' policies) cannot prove that our Islamic policies are wrong, we will continue to strive to make Malaysia an Islamic state," he told reporters after chairing the weekly Kelantan state executive council meeting here.

He added that the DAP thus far had not objected to PAS' Islamic state concept and that only a "few leaders were grumbling about it."

Nik Abdul Aziz said this when asked to comment on Karpal Singh's comments in an interview with a news portal recently that he rejected PAS' concept of an Islamic state for Malaysia.