Kenapa angkut seluruh Malaysia datang ke Kedah?
Apakah sudah takut Kedah bakal dirampas?
Petangnya hujan dan angin kuat. Apakah petanda Allah tidak merestui perhimpunan yang nampaknya sudah menjadi satu keegoan kepada juak-juak PAS?
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Three Wise Men And The Hijaukan Putrajaya Crap
Yes, yes, I understand the irony. They have turned the water-catchment area from green to barren brown with their logging activities, now they want to "green" Putrajaya. Of course, we haven't touched on the greens that were involved in their party campaign that led to the victory to the erdogans yet. Perhaps they are trying to cover up the fact that they have so many members who turn up for their greens by Felda despite trying to sabotage it. Of course, it could also be that they have been green with envy with the multi-success of Malaysia in boosting the economy.
It's hard for me to accept pas "greening" Putrajaya. A group of people who places politics above religion, uses religion to split the ummah, supports a man who, in his last for power, supports and is supported by the enemies of Islam and whose main agenda in using Islam is just to win votes while the Muslims and Malays fight with each other.
Perhaps pas should learn more about Kedah and its people. Friday is a weekend, they love to stay at home. During school holidays they love to travel, and those who don't, usually spend their time going to kenduris after Friday prayers. They also hate traffic jams on Fridays because it interrupts a lot of their daily schedule. Because of the havoc created by the outsiders, most Alor Setar residents refrained from going out today.
We can understand pas' worry nationally: The Imam of Masjidil Haram Sheikh Dr Sulaiman Saloomi has stated clearly that pas is nothing more than another political party, garnering a highly suspect method of using religion to win votes while ensuring the ummah remains fighting amongst another. This reflects Sheikh Imran Hosein who stated in the same vein. Pas' methods placed their party as pariahs by their own design. Having the Stadium Darulaman filled with put-of-state fanatics, guarded by terrorists (they used to be known as Unit Amal) is not really what we can term as "voter-friendly."