Screw You, Tony Pua
32 Million Voices are saying DAMN YOU.*
Tony Pua, do you have a conscience?
My son lost his job TWICE.
My son has not worked for 5 MONTHS.
I know MANY LOST THEIR income since MCO 1 till today.
My friends have no financial support for over a year.
My neighbours have not worked for over a year, some 5 months like my son.
WHO DO YOU THINK IS PAYING OUR UTILITIES BILLS?
DEFINITELY NOT YOUR FUCKING FATHER, BROTHER OR YOU.
WE HAVE BILLS TO PAY AND THE FUCKING PN GOVERNMENT HAVE BEEN HAVING FUN WITH OUR LIVES.
EVERYDAY THEY SCREW US UP BIG TIME.
THE MINISTERS AND MB ARE SPREADING THE VIRUS LIKE FIRE.
WE ARE NOT ALLOW TO WORK.
WE ARE NOT ALLOW TO EARN A LIVING.
WE ARE COMMANDED TO STAY AT HOME TO DOA FOR MONEY FROM THE SKY.
IF THE GOVERNMENT HAD DONE A GOOD JOB, RAKYAT COULD HAVE STARTED WORKING WITHOUT INTERRUPTION.
MAJORITY OF THE RAKYAT ARE NOT THE SPREADER OF COVID 19.
EVERYDAY WE SEE AND HEAR WITH OUR EYES AND EARS HOW THE MINISTERS AND MB ARE LIVING A GOOD LIFE WITHOUT ANY SOP.
THEY EAT DURIAN OPENLY WITH THEIR FRIENDS AND FAMILY. WHILE WE STAY AT HOME LIKE GOOD CHILDREN.
THEY DINE IN AT RESTAURANTS WHILE WE CAN ONLY TAU PAO.
THEY GO OVERSEAS FOR THEIR ANNUAL HOLIDAYS.
THEY INSULT US AT EVERY OPPORTUNITY.
THEY GATHER AT EACH OTHER’S HOUSES WHILE WE CANNOT VISIT OUR OWN PARENTS.
THEY ARE GIVEN SPECIAL TREATMENT IN HOSPITALS WHEN THEY PRETEND TO BE SICK.
FOR 18 MONTHS, YOU, TONY PUA HAD MONEY IN YOUR SAVING ACCOUNTS WHILE MAJORITY OF MALAYSIANS HAVE ZERO.
YOU CAN SLEEP AT NIGHT.
WHAT ABOUT THOSE WHO WERE CHASED OUT BECAUSE THERE IS NO MONEY TO PAY RENTAL?
WHAT ABOUT CHILDREN NOT ABLE TO GO TO SCHOOL AND WITHOUT INTERNET TO HELP THEM STUDY? I UNDERSTAND YOUR CHILDREN ARE BETTER OFF SINCE THEY HAVE A FATHER WHO HAS BIG SAVINGS.
HELLO MR TONY PUA, LIKE MOST MALAYSIANS WE RATHER TAKE THE RISK OF HAVING ANOTHER LEADER THAN MR STUPID AND HIS 72 IDIOTS. WE WANT THEM OUT OF PUTRAJAYA AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
18 MONTHS THOSE PARIAH DID NOT DO A SINGLE THING RIGHT AND YOU EXPECT US TO BELIEVE AND TRUST SUCH CHARACTERS THAT THE NEXT ONE YEAR WILL BE BETTER.
JUST BECAUSE YOU HAVE NOT FACE DEATH IN YOUR FAMILY, YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND THE FEELINGS ON THE GROUND. BY THE WAY, DID YOU GIVE A HELPING HAND TO YOUR CONSTITUENCY DURING THIS CRISIS????????????
DID YOU SEE ANY PN MINISTERS HELPING THEIR OWN CONSTITUENCY?????
I HAVE NOT SEEN RINA HARUN IN MY AREA SINCE SHE WON AS A CANDIDATE IN GE14. HOW MANY MOON IS THAT?
TONY PUA, JUST SHUT UP BEFORE I SCREW YOU UPSIDE DOWN.
For those who help viral his statement, you are helping him to hook wink others, please stop!
By man-in the-street
While all of the opposition parties have summarily dismissed Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s proposed framework for bipartisan political cooperation, Damansara MP Tony Pua remained among the few voices who felt it needs to be considered.
He listed three reasons why the MPs should look again at the proposal.
Apart from preventing the political turmoil “killing” the country’s health and economy, Pua said Muhyiddin’s olive branch offer would potentially prevent an Umno MP from becoming prime minister.
“The kleptocrats go free; the same clowns in Cabinet,” he pointed out.
His third reasoning was that accepting Muhyiddin’s proposal would also avoid a general election in the “middle of a pandemic”.
“I don’t know about you, but I don’t like (either of those options). All are disastrous outcomes for the country,” said the DAP MP in a Facebook post.
“If so, then surely the responsible thing for the politicians to do, is to at the very least have a look at what Muhyiddin (as much as one might detest him) has on offer,” he said.
Among the offers Muhyiddin made during a televised address today include equal annual allocations for all MPs regardless of their political party, increasing the ceiling for the Covid-19 fund by RM45 billion to RM65 billion to RM110 billion, additional aid for the people including the M40 and 50% of places in the parliamentary select committees for opposition members.
Muhyiddin also said that if the government successfully gets more than two-thirds support, it would table a law to amend the Federal Constitution to limit the prime minister to just two terms and also an anti-hopping bill.
However, he noted those proposals would only be implemented if the vote of confidence for him was approved.
While Pua noted that Muhyiddin’s offers were “unquestionably late”, he said that some of them were tangible bipartisan reforms which the country “badly needs”.
He added that while a government in power would always be reluctant to pass an anti-hopping law – because those in the opposition are more likely to leap to the government bench than vice-versa – he noted that this presents the opposition with a “unique opportunity” precisely because the country has a weak government in need of bipartisan support.
“Some of my comrades say that the PN government is weak and desperate, that’s why they are now making these offers,” said Pua.
“Well, if they are strong, why should they? And if they are indeed weak and desperate, isn’t this the best time to be negotiating with them?”
Meanwhile, PBS president Maximus Ongkili said Muhyiddin’s various proposals should be considered positively by all parties in the name of stability and cooperation.
In a statement today, the Sabah and Sarawak affairs minister stressed that the proposals provided an opportunity for inter-party cooperation which would help put Malaysia “back on a firm footing” on the road to health and economic recovery.
“Given the uncertain political scenario, whichever side one takes, this is a rare opportunity to work together and set aside political differences, living up to the ‘rakyat first’ slogan,” said Ongkili, whose party is part of PN.
“It is not the time to quarrel and fight over who should be prime minister. We can solve that problem by going for a general election.
“The more urgent task is to win the battle against Covid-19, save lives and achieve economic recovery.”
He added that during the “interim inter-party government”, the ruling coalitions in Sabah and Sarawak – Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (GRS) and Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) – will look to table constitutional amendments to Article 1(2) of the Federal Constitution and related articles.
These would restore the definition of the Malaysian Federation and other rights of Sabah and Sarawak to comply with the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63), he said.
“We are convinced all MPs from Sabah and Sarawak will be (of) one voice to support this plan.”