Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Zulkifli Nordin finds Nizar's actions too extreme

Nizar Jamaluddin's protest at Parliament is not getting the support of all opposition Members of Parliament. Zulkifli Nordin, the maverick PKR MP has blogged that he regretted the fracas yesterday, saying "we don't stoop to their low level," in reference to the BN.

He said the opposition should have been more restrained, civil and civilised. He said seeking legal redress was always a better option. Or they could take the case direct to the people through ceramahs or campaigns.

The Kulim Bandar Baharu elected representative said he understood the sentiments over what had taken place at the Perak State Assembly where the Speaker was forcibly evicted but asked whether the same tactics should be applied.

But besides PKR and DAP MPs, there were PAS MPs such as Mahfuz Omar, Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, Dr Mohd Hatta Ramli and Khalid Samad who appeared to back Nizar. They too were given the marching orders by the Speaker.

PAS deputy president Nasharuddin Mat Isa told Agenda Daily that the party was not informed by Nizar of his actions, saying it was spontaneous.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just listen to that low level forked tongue lizard talking. WCW, you love publishing his comment, don't you?
I still cannot understand why DSAI still keeps him in PKR. He is a plain UMNO ultra type of person, and he is always speaking up for UMNO.

Anonymous said...

Wah...the crab teaching another crab how to walk straight...

malayamuda said...

this bastard is better off in PAS or UMNO

Whatmeworry said...

If Nizar's actions were extreme, then his bargging into the Bar Council's premises is what? An invitation to a birthday party?

lezz said...

Wasn't this the same fella who was ranting at anti Bar council demonstration and warning non muslims off? Now he's acting like a saint. Jerkoff.

Anonymous said...

Nordin...u r speaking of civil obedience...my goodness do you kow hat it means?well only star,nst & utusan will publish such articles

Anonymous said...

This Zul Nordin chap is a already a goner and if Anwar does not replace him as candidate for Kulim in next GE, PKR will lose that seat! Zul won in last GE because the Kulim voters saw him as a lesser evil than Aziz Sheikh Fadzir. If both Zul and Aziz contest again in Kulim in next GE, Aziz will win this time because Aziz will be lesser evil than Zul. So Anwar, perhaps you need not wait till next GE to get rid of Zul. Force him to resign as MP just like you did to Fairuz, and get another candidate to contest in the ensuing by-election. Put up a credible candidate and you will retain the seat. Then let that other candidate defend it in the next GE>

wandererAUS said...

Who is this celaka, who found it fit to comment on Nizar's action in Parliament.
Hey religious fanatic, Nordin your behavior at the Bar Council Forum was worst than the uneducated samseng in the street...pity PR, having to take in UMNO rejects!!!!

Anonymous said...

Zulkifli Nordin shold support Nizar what ever it is. He should'nt go against fellow PR which will make for the worse and the other side will be using such a remark to promote that PR is lossing ground and going to be dismantle and going seperate ways. Zulkifli Nordin speak as if he is an UMNO man not PKR. In future PR should be very careful to select candidates for election. Such a man is a traitor to PR.

amoker said...

Datuk
Is Zul the person to be trusted? Remember how UMNO suddenly refused to appeal against his win...

Another dog of UMNO

Anonymous said...

This is the narrow minded Zulkifli who barged in the meeting of Bar council bout religion who talking cock. Nizar actions defended he did for Perak but Zulkifli did the cheapest low class stunt.

Anonymous said...

This chap is pro-UMNO and I don't understand why he is still in PKR.He is not fit to be in PKR in the first place and i don't understand why he still glues to PKR.Maybe,he is waiting for his party to sack him and then he would hop it in to UMNO to fatten his pocket.He was a disgrace to his constituency as the majority would not want him to be a dissent to his comrades in Pakatan Rakyat.He would be history comes the next GE.