YESTERDAY, PAS president Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang reiterated that he would not join Pakatan Harapan’s “big tent” as he is focused on Muslim solidarity.
In addition, he also likened the “big tent” as being infested with “rats and cats”, which would only be embroiled in infighting.
“We have our own team and focused on the Muslim solidarity agenda. We will not go with ‘big tent’ as it is infected with ‘cats, rats’ and all types of things,” Utusan Online reported the Marang MP as saying.
Netizens were amused by Hadi who constantly depicts his political rivals using animal analogy and mocked the Islamist party leader for it.
(Good to know that a “monitor lizard” is not joining “rats and cats”)
Echoing his sentiments, user Amirul Naim Amirul Naim jested:
(You’re right, clergyman. “Cats and rats” do not like ponds…only frogs do)
Netizen Fikri Razak jested:
(But do the “cats and rats” want to befriend a “pig”?)
Several Pakatan leaders have embarked on talks with Barisan Nasional (BN) rivals such as Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) and Parti Warisan Sabah to take on the ruling coalition in the next general election.
Prefer looters and the corrupt?
However, the move is receiving brickbats from fellow Pakatan leaders and several supporters as they are still sore over Bersatu’s betrayal in February 2020, which collapsed the Pakatan Government.
On that note, user Azlisham Abdullah criticised Hadi for being open to cooperate with traitors and looters instead of working with those who want to clean up the country.
Netizen Firdaus Luqman jested:
(Once he gets a good post, he will kiss and hug the “cats and rats” and claim that he only wanted to unite them from the start) – April 30, 2022