Tuesday, September 30, 2008

60% Gerakan want out from BN

Gerakan acting president Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon said his party will not pull out from Barisan Nasional for the time being despite 60% of party members wish to leave BN based on sentiments.

Democracy is where majority counts. Freedom of expression based on sentiments is also part of democracy. 60% is majority but it seems like Tsu Koon still doesn’t get it. Tsu Koon and his gangs at the helm have learned nothing from 8 March lesson where not only that they lost Penang, the state they were in control for decades to DAP, the entire Gerakan was wiped out from the pearl of the orient.

Why are Tsu Koon and the handful top leaders of Gerakan so afraid of leaving BN?
Don’t they remember their party started with no office and later captured Penang as opposition?

I can think of two possible reasons:
1. They have got everything to lose if they leave BN.
2. Aftermath repercussions against them by you know who.

Lim Lip Eng


negarakita said...

Gerakan should dare to leave BN, as DAP dare to leave BA, but still, all depends on the leaders. Coward leader do coward decisions.

DAP Supporter said...

Let them stay in BN. If they leave, do you think they will join DAP? I don't think so, these bloddy hypocrite and opportunists will join PKR as they think PKR is the best place for them to continue their corrupt practices. Don't forget there are bunch of ex-UMNO in PKR.

小针 said...

Pls hentam:

*卡爾斯將軍* said...

如果你說的不是事實, 你就要背起「挑撥離間」的罪名了

Anonymous said...

The 60% will quietly leave Gerakan to join DAP or PKR because they know Koh Tsu Koon got no balls.