The Kucing Declaration: PR’s 7 Point Deceptions


To be honest I hate people who are condescending, I hate it even more when it comes from someone who is asking me for something of value.  This is how I felt when reading Anwar Ibrahim’s PR Kucing Declaration recently.  Anwar is making a declaration to all Malaysians specifically to those living in Sarawak and Sabah.  He is asking the support of Sarawakians and Sabahans so that PR can reach its ultimate target – PUTRAJAYA.

After reading the declaration, instead of raising my hope for a better future; my blood comes to a boil so much so that I cannot write a rebuttal with a clear head.  I have to ask my good friend Zainnal Ajamain who is still compose and cool as a cucumber even after reading the declaration several times.  Sometimes I think he may have a lump of stone as his heart.  He agrees to write provided I agree to show it to as many people as possible.  This is what he wrote – enjoy.

Kuching Declaration: PR’s 7 Point Deceptions

Sabah Sifu

7 Responses to The Kucing Declaration: PR’s 7 Point Deceptions

  1. Gregory Henry says:

    Spot on, Mr. Zainnal. Lest we forget the Seven Commandments of Animalism in the George Orwell’s Animal Farm, where the original “(7) All animals are equal ” is eventually replaced with “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” while “(1) Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy. & (2) Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend” with “Four legs good, two legs better!” by the hypocritical, opportunistic Napoleon and his piggy friends just to pursue and suit their selfish agenda as they become more humans (initially all the animals in the farm with the pigs as their ‘smart’ leaders rebelled against their drunken human master) …and please tell me that this so called 7-Points declaration is no coincidence. Period. hahahahahahahahahah

    • sifusiber says:

      and they thought that the people of Sabah and Sarawak cannot read what they have in mind. Well they learn that we read George Orwell’s Animal Farm as well and we read it to mean more than the obvious metaphors.

  2. Lina Soo says:

    This sorta promises is suitable to be fed to cats, kuching kuching .. meow meow

  3. stampeding on anwar with anger is far more critical than BN’s method on sabah which makes your blood calm i suppose

    • sifusiber says:

      Actually there is NO anger here. We are just fed-up with politicians who in order to get support will do anything and promise anything to the people. Who gave them this rights? Similar to the government they too makes mistakes. Yet they have the audacity to say that the people should change them IF they don’t perform. Who then pay for the 5 years we have to suffer under their rule, just because they promise to do good to us? They cannot even make a commited statement when they are in the opposition, imagine WHEN they are in the government, the blame game will start again.

  4. sifusiber says:

    Thank you, but should I be equally proud with the alternative? So Far amongst PR’s leaders only Presiden PAS, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang is showing true leadership. If you have the time please read http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2012/09/18/pemimpin-pakatan-mohon-ampun-pada-rakyat-sabah/. The reception towards Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang was outstanding. I have never seen Anwar getting such a reception to date. Right after this gathering he was in Kucing making the “Kucing Declaration”. Such a disappointment. Is this something that we should be proud of?

  5. Cloud Rider says:

    I guess you must be proud that after almost 50 years UMNO/BN holding the power, SABAH is now the poorest state in Malaysia… good for you!!!!

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