Thursday, 17 May 2012

Tunku Aziz found out a bit late that he is oil and DAP is water

Oil and Water do not mix no matter how hard one tries, so Tunku Aziz a towering symbol of integrity made the inevitable exit from a Chinese Chauvinist party that he should never have joined in the first place. Tunku had been used as a trophy to hide the racist and the hypocrites in the DAP. Ok lah there are some Indian trophies in DAP too, like the Malays in the DAP good for photo shoots but woe betide anybody who criticise the leadership, ye shalt be treated like a outcast. 

Only difference is Tunku has outlived his usefulness in the DAP when they failed to get Malay support even after Tunku joined the party. I do not think it is really about differing opinions on Bersih or what have you. Otherwise Dr. Boo in Johor or Teng in Selangor would have been given the indecent treatment by Guan Eng long time ago.

The DAP Secretary General whom Tunku Aziz described as Biadap has no further use of Tunku Aziz when the the two Malay idiots namely Aspan and Ariff joined the DAP as poison pen writers. Power has intoxicated Guan Eng who got to become Chief Minister on the strength of his blood ties with DAP supremo his daddy Lim Kit Siang, too bad for DAP that they have decided to choose an ex convict to become their leader and this is what happens if a convict becomes a Government Leader, he does not tolerate dissent nor criticism. Convicts are just not suitable for high office, they will turn into tyrants and dictators.

Here is the report from the Star based on an interview with Tunku Aziz which reveals a lot about the DAP and its leaders especially its demagogue Guan Eng:

Tunku Aziz relieved to be free from ‘tyranny of demagogue’

KUALA LUMPUR: A day after he resigned from the DAP, Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim said he trusted party adviser Lim Kit Siang but not his son, secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, whom he described as a “different kettle of fish”.

“A deep sense of relief of being freed from the tyranny of a demagogue,” were among the kinder words that the 78-year-old ex-Bank Negara adviser, who had for many decades been at the forefront of promoting integrity and ethics, had to say of his former party boss.

In an exclusive interview with The Star, Tunku Aziz said Guan Eng did not even “have the decency” to reply to an e-mail he had written over a rebuke the Penang Chief Minister had issued over his comments on Bersih.

“I had offered to resign from the (party) CEC (central executive committee) and after an appropriate and dignified time, also resign from the party if that was the solution needed to bring back harmony into the party.
Tunku Aziz: ‘I am not against the party. I am just against the attitude taken by the party secretary-general.’

“But there was no reply. Guan Eng did not write back to me. He did not have the decency to do so. But Kit Siang came to see me twice at my home and hoped that it would not come to that.

“Kit Siang and I are old friends. I trust him but his son is a different kettle of fish,” said Tunku Aziz.

He also revealed that he had also informed the party leadership that he was willing to be hauled up for disciplinary action for what he had said about Bersih 3.0.

“He should have gone ahead and done it but he did nothing. That is the duty of the leader but he did nothing.”

On Bersih, Tunku Aziz pointed out that he objected to the march because he knew it would end the way it did but stressed that he is a staunch supporter of the movement and its call for free and fair elections.

This was why, he said, he objected to the public rebuke against him by Guan Eng after he had made his statement.

“I am not against the party. I am just against the attitude taken by the party secretary-general, particularly when he falsely accused me of going against the party decision to support Bersih. I have always stood for free and fair elections.”

Tunku Aziz said the rebuke gave the impression that what he had said was against the party as well as Bersih and this was why he decided to “withdraw from the party”.

The former Transparency International head for Malaysia also said that a phone call from Guan Eng on Sunday offering a new post sped up his decision to quit.

“I do not know if it was an act of compassion or the need to compensate me for the loss of the senator's post. He offered me a senior fellowship in the Penang Institute dangling travel as an attraction.

“Then yesterday, Zairil Khir Johari (Guan Eng's political secretary) called and repeated the offer and stated there was a stipend of RM50,000 to go with it.

“I regard the offer as totally insulting. It came from someone who had no sense of respect. Did he think I was that sort of a person?” said Tunku Aziz, adding that he considered the move as an attempt to bribe him.

“This man has no sense of decency. As a senior person, I think it is biadap (uncouth). This was what really made me decide to announce my resignation. I will not work with this man.”


The above was said by the former Vice-Chairman of the DAP not some BN lackey OK, so you DAP lackeys don't accuse me of fitnah.

There has never been transparency nor freedom of speech in the DAP since Lim Kit Siang held power in the late 1960s . I only have one Question for the good Tunku Aziz, what were you thinking when you decided to join the DAP? 

note: demagogue - a leader who makes use of popular prejudices and false claims and promises in order to gain power

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