The Melayu DAP champion whacker has bashed Jamal Sekinchan as a “racist” who is loudest in spewing racist remarks. He is also gloating that Umno does not want Jamal to contest the Sg. Besar by-election.
If Jamal had stood, MCA would have used his candidacy as a convenient excuse as to why the Chinese refuse to vote BN.
But now that Umno is not going to put up a controversial figure, MCA must hold up its end of the BN consociational bargain and get the Chinese votes for the coalition’s Malay candidate.
The pro-DAP Malay mole is promoting the idea that if only Umno were “nice and friendly”, then the Chinese would support BN in the twin by-elections.
He is trying to convince the Umno war room that Malays will reject Umno if the party takes a logical turn to the right.
What is his hidden agenda in pressuring Umno to be “nice” and stay on the Ali-Ah Chong-Muthu “moderate” path? Answer: It is to enable DAP to grab all the mixed and Malay-majority seats that BN will trustingly allocate to MCA in GE14 because MCA is sure to lose.
This same Protun Melayu-screw-Melayu blogger is scare-mongering that Umno risked turning “hateful” and “despicable” if the party concentrated too much on its core Malay demography.
He plays the guilt trip in reminding Umno to be friends and “friendly” to the MCA and the Chinese community in the old spirit of BN despite that the Chinese had shown the middle finger to BN on 5 May 2013
The Malay blogger mole bleated that catering for a nationalist membership base will make Umno “vulgar” and become an “ultra racist party”.
His rhetoric appeals to the Protuns who are now bersekongkol dengan DAP. But more so it benefits the DAP’s election strategy of making Umno complacent and giving the benefit of the doubt that MCA will not lose ALL of the seats given it, even the Malay-majority semi-rural ones.
If the Chinese tsunami was not strong enough in 2013, it will be in 2018 with help from Tun and his Gang. We must learn from history the lesson of how much damage Tun inflicted on Pak Lah in 2008.
Actually the Malay 20k prepaid mole is encouraging Umno’s suicide by persuading Umno to reject the rightist trend that has gripped Europe and the USA.
Macai-macai Melayu ultra kiasu hope to persuade Umno to remain “moderate”, i.e. ala Saifuddin Abdullah and his shenanigans.
This advice to Umno is self-destructive because we already know that whatever the parti Melayu does or does not do today, Malaysia is already fractured along ethnic lines.
In fact, the Melayu-reject blogger previously (when he makan dedak Umno before his 180-degree turn) had accused the Chinese Johor GE13 voters in Gelang Patah of killing moderation.
Beginning 2003, Pak Lah’s administration had opened the floodgates to being racially inclusive. He proclaimed that (unlike Mahathir) he was PM for all. His son-in-law is a bangsa Anak Malaysia who even hired a Dpaster as his secretary.
But what did Pak Lah and Najib get for their reconciliation efforts? The growth of the RBA army, expanding and expanding their tipu, bohong, putar-belit and fitnah to a point that BN lost the popular vote only for the second time since the 10 May 1969 general election.
Malay moles are injecting venom into the Umno bloodstream through poisoning the Protuns and painting Umno-Projib supporters as “haters”.
Semua orang boleh cakap untuk sedapkan telinga. However, proof of the pudding is in the eating.
Sungai Besar has a sizeable chunk of Chinese voters, i.e. close to one-third of the electorate. Remember, people can say and promise anything. What really counts is the symbol they secretly mark on their ballot paper.
How many percent of the Chinese votes do you reckon the now “nice and friendly” (having said ‘No’ to Jamal Sekinchan) Umno will obtain in Sg Besar come polling day? Will Umno be able to successfully defend the seat?
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Jamal Sekinchan yesterday issued a statement to say that he is not interested in contesting the Sungai Besar by-election.
Well, it’s his party bosses who believe his candidacy would be too risky. (more…)
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In his Sinar Harian column today, Ridhuan Tee wrote,
“Ketahuilah bahawa kita sudah dapat selayaknya apa yang sepatutnya dapat. Malah sudah dapat lebih pun. Jangan terlalu kemaruk kuasa atau tamak. Seperti kata Almarhum Tunku Abdul Rahman, biarkan orang Melayu menjaga kuasa, orang Cina menjaga bisnes.”
In its article headlined, ‘Don’t be too greedy or power hungry, Tee tells Chinese‘, FMT quoted Ridhuan as drawing from Tunku Abdul Rahman’s wisdom that “Malays should control political power and the Chinese, business”.