Photo of wannabe idiot frog Zahrain Mohd Hashim courtesy of Malaysiakini
Translated from Malay to English from Malaysian Insider: Zahrain: "Saya ada prinsip, jangan perlekeh saya" to show what a load of rubbish Zahrain is sprouting.
Bayan Baru Member of Parliament (more like idiot frog wanabe betraying the trust the voters gave him, would you believe him?) Datuk Seri Zahrain Hashim repeated to not expect him to leave PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) while aserting to "not belittle/smudge him with speculations that he would like to join BN (the corrupt Barisan Nasional).
"I am a leader with "principles?" (ha, does he have any?), don't belittle me" he told Malaysian Insider.
Zahrain, former Penang PKR chairman said this when asked whether the rumours accusing him that he wanted to leave PKR and have been offered to join or support the corrupted BN in Parliament.
Zahrain insisted he still have faith in the struggle of PKR which was established more than a decade ago.
For this reason, Zahrain, a former UMNO Tanjong Division chairman before joining PKR during the reformation era, said that expressed the hope that the leaders in particular PRK Adviser Datuk Anwar Ibrahim would not pawn the principle of struggle of PKR in the name of cooperation of PKR in PR (Pakatan Rakyat).
PR is the informal coalition binding PKR-PAS-DAP which has 82 Members of Parliament in the House of Commons.
"I asked Datuk Seri Anwar to not compromise in the struggle for the party. As a party member, I just give my views" he said.
Just yesterday, PKR Penang Chairman Dr. Mansor Othman and Anwar today said that there are attempts to lure its Members of Parliament to join BN's component parties or the Cinta Malaysia (Love Malaysia) party to strengthen BN"s position in Parliament.
Asked if Anwar who is the general leader of PKR, is not suitable to lead PKR and the PR coalition, Zahrain said: "Those are not my words."
"For me, Datuk Seri Anwar is still my friend (bullshit), he is the famous Pakatan leader" he said, while not wanting Anwar to compromise the principles of PKR.
Last week Zahrain described Lim who is DAP's secretary-general as a dictator and chauvinistic communist.
Zahrain was quoted as saying that PR will not compromise with leaders such as Lim from Malacca who has failed to fulfill the general election promises.
This is not the first time Zahrain criticized Lim.
Last April, Zahrain also blamed regarding the appointment of the Deputy Chief Minister 1 and the resignation of Fairuz Khairuddin as the State Assemblyman of Penanti.
Commenting on the question of integrity and the principle of holding on to the party's struggle, Zahrain denied that he had denounced Lim because of personal problems, including the reluctance of Lim in not supporting the award to a company to management of Bukit Jalil golf club to a 2 ringgit (dollar) company.
Regarding that matter, Zahrain claimed that Penang DAP's chairman Chow Kon Yeeo's accusation is completely not true.
"Lim told me that Zahrain was disappointed with the State Government for refusing to support (that 2 dollar) company to run the club's management," Chow said here yesterday.
So Zahrain claimed that Lim was not acting in a professional manner when calling for the tenders of the project management without consulting him.
When the tender for the management of the club was opened, only one company bidded, he said.
"As the only company to submit a bid, the club's board decided that the company raise its capital and award it the tender."
"That is that board's decision, not my decision as chairman of the club... the joint board decision," he said.
However, Zahrain said Lim cancelled the tender award without discussing the project with him (Zahrain) and the board first.
That Lim's action is said to have challenged the integrity of the board's decision.
He said therefore it is not true to say that his son's or his family's 2 dollar company was awarded the project.
"I hope they will guard their mouths. If they continue to say that that project is to be given to my son's or my family's company, I will take legal action," he said.