When he joined DAP, he sang praises of the party. The only party he could trust and one that was good for the country...or something to that effect. Then along came Bersih...
Tunku Aziz expected what was coming -- reaction or some say, backlash, from the DAP leadership. He knew his breaking ranks and outspokenness would cost him. But he was prepared for all that, including not getting re-appointed as senator.
And the barbed wire came his way, He was no longer the towering Malay or Malaysian. He was a traitor. An old man. He should have known better than to make an opposing stand on Bersih. Not a team player, this man.
On Monday, the 78 year-old said he was quitting the party.
He wasn't going to keep quiet, of course.
Some people feel like telling Tunku Aziz: We told you so.
And some people also feel like telling the DAP: We told you so.
Me -- I'd like to tell Tunku Aziz not to join any political party, after this. But I'm sure he's been told that.
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