PERKASA, FEELING ABANDONED BY UMNO, SPEAKS LIKE A JILTED WOMAN
Beware the wrath of a woman!
I wrote this on 15 May 2013:
Both Ibrahim Ali and Zulkifli Nordin contested and lost in Kelantan and Selangor respectively. Reacting to the loss of its two ‘warlords’, Syed Hassan (Perkasa secretary) said the “defeats will not stop Perkasa from further serving the community”.
THOSE WHO THINK THAT PERKASA IS DEAD OR MORTALLY WOUNDED, SHOULD THINK AGAIN.
IT IS SAID THAT A WOUNDED BEAST IS MORE DANGEROUS.
PERKASA IS BOTH A BEAST AND WOUNDED.
Perkasa is waiting, ever ready to raise its ultra-racist head…
Thursday, 04 July 2013 17:03
Scared by Ibrahim Ali’s extra-hot outburst, Umno offers olive branch
Umno politicians today reached out to appease Perkasa saying that they will meet its chief Datuk Ibrahim Ali to sort out any misunderstanding.
Describing Ibrahim’s outburst yesterday as a “grave misunderstanding” on the part of the Malay rights group leader, several Umno politicians told The Malaysian Insider there was no decision to sideline or neglect Perkasa.
Umno deputy youth chief Datuk Razali Ibrahim insisted that the party will sit down and hold a discussion with Ibrahim.
“Ibrahim Ali had also done his part and he is important to Umno,” Razali said, referring to the run-up to GE13.
“Umno has been fair to all and it will be fair to Perkasa and Ibrahim. We will sit down with him to clear the air over the issue.”
He pointed out that Perkasa was Umno-friendly, so the question of the party rejecting this group does not arise.
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Perkasa president Ibrahim Ali has today expressed the movement’s frustrations at Umno and BN for not listening to its views and hinted that they will go to a group that appreciates them.
Speaking at a press conference after a two-month hiatus following his defeat in the general election, Ibrahim said it seems that the prime minister and deputy prime minister only appreciate pressure groups like Dong Zhong, meeting Christian pastors and signing a memorandum with the Malaysian Hindraf Association.
“There are many demands by other pressure groups which are given much attention. We tried to cooperate with them (Umno and BN) but they take things for granted.
“Other pressure groups can threaten and the government accorded them special attention,” he said.
“Have you seen in our meetings where the prime minister or the deputy prime minister will come and officially open them? So in the near future, we will go to the people who love us.
Watch the videos
VIDEO | 1.32 min – Ibrahim Ali compares himself with Anwar
VIDEO | 1 min – Perkasa chief on becoming a taxi driver
VIDEO | 3 min – Ibrahim unhappy that BN ignores Perkasa
Ibrahim slams Umno and BN for ‘not listening to Perkasa’