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The Jacks and Joes IN Pakatan Rakyat July 13, 2009

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Joe the donkey in PKR?Finally, the PKR Donkey Johari Kassim says sorry to Guan Eng for his role in boycotting the swearing-in ceremony of MPSP president Mokhtar Mohd Jait at the council’s headquarters in Bandar Baru Perda.

I wonder why Johari or known as Joe among his friends had stooped so low and made a public apology to Guan Eng.


Donkey or Joe?The donkey is also called an ass or scientifically known as Equus africanus asinus

I put two and two together and concluded that he did it for his own personal interest.

He dreams to be a YB or an elected representative in the next general election and he feared that his name would not be in the PKR list if he did not kowtow with Guan Eng.

So cheap and disgusting! That is why they called him a donkey. He does not have a principle and clear struggles in politics. Everything is about position and self-interest.

That is the struggles of leaders in PKR.

Joe during the height of the boycott issue even threatened the state government that they eight PKR MPSP councilors would resign en-bloc if Mokhtar was appointed.

What happened to the threat? Some of the PKR councilors denied that they had endorsed Joe’s action in boycotting the ceremony.

They claimed that it was Joe’s plan to get attention. The worst part is that they accused Joe of power crazy and bent on becoming the new MPSP president.

That was the reason why Joe had orchestrated the boycott as a sign of his unhappiness and protest.

The people do not want a donkey to lead them. The donkey is also called an ass or scientifically known as Equus africanus asinus.

A male donkey or ass is called a jack, a female a jenny, and offspring less than one year old, a foal.

There are many jacks and joes in PR and the proof is there for you to see.

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1. eddy - July 13, 2009

Johari ini tidak ada maruah. Public apology means cium kaki Lim Guan Eng didepan orang ramai. Cakap tak serupa bikin.


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