Charles Santiago clearly lacks the intelligence and temperament to serve as MP

One can no longer play the blame game and must now agree to throw PH’s manifesto book into the dustbin. Everyone should then refer back to the original stipulations within Federal Constitution of Malaysia which just so happens to be the highest law of the country. Source (pic): TMI

Charles, who recently criticised Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad for making too many unilateral decisions at a troubling frequency, should stop behaving like a retard and instead own up to the DAP’s role cheating the rakyat.

Prior to the 14thgeneral election, the DAP repeatedly accused former premier Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak of leading a “high-handed” kleptocracy in which the Prime Minister was said to have behaved as if he owned the country.

Despite the previous Federal Cabinet being one of consensus, the DAP referred to Najib as a dictator, tyrant, despot and every other insult Lim Kit Siang and his minions could sponge off the party’s toilet books.

Then, in a twist of irony, Kit Siang resorted to rubbing shoulders with the biggest dictator the Milky Way has ever seen and told all and sundry that Mahathir was a changed man and the right person to undo the damage Najib caused.

And today, they’re blaming Mahathir for making unilateral decisions in an attempt to kick him out and have him replaced with Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim on the pretext that his continued dictatorship would see more manifesto pledges being broken.


PETALING JAYA: DAP Member of Parliament Charles Santiago’s claim that the Prime Minister of Malaysia is at the same level as ordinary citizens reflects on his inadequacies as Member of Parliament (MP) and lack of proper temperament in representing the people who elected him.

Charles, who recently criticised Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad for making “too many unilateral decisions at a troubling frequency,” should stop behaving like a retard and instead own up to the DAP’s role cheating the rakyat.

Prior to the 14thgeneral election, the DAP repeatedly accused former premier Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak of leading a “high-handed” kleptocracy in which the Prime Minister was said to have behaved as if he owned the country.


Despite the previous Federal Cabinet being one of consensus, the DAP referred to Najib as a dictator, tyrant, despot and every other insult Lim Kit Siang and his minions could sponge off the party’s toilet books.

Then, in a twist of irony, Kit Siang resorted to rubbing shoulders with the biggest dictator the Milky Way has ever seen and told all and sundry that Mahathir was a changed man and the right person to undo the damage Najib caused.

And today, they’re blaming Mahathir for making unilateral decisions in an attempt to kick him out and have him replaced with Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim on the pretext that his continued dictatorship would see more manifesto pledges being broken.

It’s true, manifesto pledges are being broken on a daily basis.

For instance, Latheefa Koya’s appointment as Chief Commissioner of the MACC contravened a pledge in which Pakatan Harapan promised to refer any key appointments to the agency to a Parliamentary Select Committee on Appointments.

Mahathir could easily have fulfilled that pledge even if the requirement wasn’t a stipulation within the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.

But the DAP cannot hold him responsible for going against the pledge as the party itself, through its secretary general, admitted that its leaders fabricated many pledges thinking that the coalition would not win the 14thgeneral election.

It follows to reason, that Charles Santiago is just as responsible for Latheefa’s appointment as Mahathir, Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng, Anwar Ibrahim and the rest of the Braddy Bunch is.

And the fact that the wife of Malaysia’s longest serving Prime-Minister-in-waiting is Mahathir’s deputy does not help justify Charles’ cause either.

She more or less agreed to the appointment by keeping mum, meaning, PH leaders were indeed complicit in the appointment.

Under the circumstances, one can no longer play the blame game and must now agree to throw PH’s manifesto book into the dustbin.

Everyone should then refer back to the original stipulations within Federal Constitution of Malaysia which just so happens to be the highest law of the country.

And the Federal Constitution of Malaysia does indeed confer the Prime Minister the formal prerogative to decide on certain matters without the need for him (or her) to refer to the Federal Cabinet.

Therefore, if the Prime Minister decides that Khat Calligraphy and the Jawi manuscript should be introduced to the school curriculum and be made compulsory, they should be introduced to the school curriculum and be made compulsory with no questions asked.

For Charles to say that the Prime Minister is an “ordinary citizen” of a level with other citizens is laughable, despicable and reflects on his lack of intelligence and competency in serving as a people’s representative.

THE THIRD FORCE

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