Wednesday, November 14, 2007


The People's Progressive Party so-called president, Datuk M. Kayveas recent criticism against Puteri UMNO chief Datuk Noraini Ahmad, is totally out of line. Its seems Kayveas cannot accept criticism that his PPP has a small membership which is dwindling day by day due to his ineffectiveness and further more he has never been a lawful member, then any member recruited by him can come and go out of PPP as they wish since they are also unlawful members, and furthermore they do not contravene the Societies Act that 'a citizen can only be in one political party'.

It is hoped that UMNO will demand that PPP be removed from the BN coalition. PPP cannot contribute effectively but wants to demand for seats. PPP should be appreciative of the BN for giving them the edge for this long.

Since many BN leaders have undergone his arrogant behaviour, it may be time the BN leader take a serious look and expel PPP from its fold.

Then, Kayveas and his PPP will be a nobody and fade away, with only its history in the Malaysian chapter.

This is how a 'man of chance' (Kayveas claims he came into PPP by chance) could perform in any given situation.