Given the opposing ‘destinations’ the three parties have, what would happen if they won the coming general election? (Graphic by Dayang Norazhar/The Mole)
Parties in the opposition unregistered alliance of Pakatan Rakyat are in reality using each other as platform to further their causes – not for the rakyat or Malaysians in totality.
From day one when they came together, DAP has its own Chinese agenda but of course laced and disguise under a Malaysian image, PAS is pursuing the cause of certain individuals but most over their main objectives of an Islamic state.
DAP claims to be multi-racial but its struggle has been one track – championing the Chinese cause – and its members comprise 99 per cent Chinese.
PAS is Islamic based as its members can be of any race so long as they are Muslims and they pursue for an Islamic theology state, no meandering or deviation in whatever ways.
Now enter Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), multi-racial and borned out of anger when the party de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim was expelled from Barisan Nasional and Umno and charged for abuse of power and sodomy.
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