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Gangnam stail: MCA tabur wang merata-rata bagi meraih sokongan

Gambar-gambar (bawah): MCA menyalurkan sumbangan berjuta-juta kepada kolej swasta, sekolah menengah Cina swasta beserta SRJK (C) demi memujuk orangramai supaya menghadiri rapat umum bersama para pemimpin parti.

MCA money

money MCA

MCA money

money MCA …

No money, no party

Cek setengah juta

Eat and run!

Berhubungkait siri Jamuan Besar (Mega Dinner) di Kulai pada tempoh hari di mana orangramai bertindak keluar majlis sebaik sahaja habis makan dan tatkala Chua Soi Lek sedang memberi ucapan (video sini).

Sebanyak sembilan Jamuan Besar MCA telah diadakan pada bulan lepas. Dua puluh lagi Jamuan Besar dijadualkan berlangsung bulan ini dan bulan depan dengan tumpuan diberikan kepada kawasan-kawasan di Johor.

Kutipan (upacara-upacara penyerahan cek, atas) kononnya diperolehi daripada hasil jualan tiket bagi acara Jamuan Besar tersebut. Mengikut khabar, tiket-tiket sebenarnya dibeli in bulk oleh Datuk-Datuk MCA dan kemudiannya diedarkan percuma kepada umum.

Lucky draw prices throughout the night — laporan sini

MCA punya Gangnam lawan DAPster Gangster

Antara daya penarik bagi hadirin untuk menyertai majlis termasuklah peluang mendapat hadiah-hadiah Cabutan Bertuah (lucky draw) serta dihibur dengan persembahan nyanyian dan tarian ‘Gangnam Style’. (MCA nih tampak terikut-ikut sangat gaya City Harvest Church.)

Cawangan MCA juga menganjurkan peraduan tarian Gangnam untuk mencuit hati golongan muda-mudi – laporan sini. Bukan di Subang Jaya tetapi di Kuantan.

“Oh tengok tok, ada belon-belon cantik”

Soalan: Siapa tetamu di Jamuan Besar MCA?

Jawapan: Warga emas dan kanak-kanak yang menemani atuk-atuk dan nenek-nenek mereka.

“SMK Kulai Besar student Chen See Min, 16, was impressed at the whole set up of 1,500 tables for the function held at Foon Yew High School, Kulai’s football field.

‘I have never been to an event of this scale before so it was interesting to see all the colourful helium balloons decorating each table as well,’ she said, adding that she attended the dinner with her brother and uncle.” — laporan sini

Kah-kah-kah-kah. MCA dok impress si remaja dengan hiasan belon berwarna-warni. Budak 16 tahun belum layak mengundi dan menghadiri majlis pun bukannya untuk mendengar ceramah politik Dr Chua.

No wonder so many walked out … tak minat lah, beb.

Pekerja-pekerja muda MCA berpakaian kemeja-T warna biru. Yang selainnya orang beruban dan budak-budak

RM30 harga durian runtuh

Di samping pelajar sekolah, nampaknya penuntut Utar pun dikerah untuk menghadiri jamuan (yang diadakan sebelum ini di Kampar).

Kos sekeping tiket untuk Jamuan Besar ialah RM30. Cuba lihat pada gambar, bawah. Majlis diadakan di restoran Grand Sea View Batu Pahat. Bermaksud makanan laut ada dihidangkan — bukan murah.

Perhati pada decor (dewan berhawa dingin), meja beralas (8-course dinner wor) dan siap ada kacang sepinggan. Mungkin minuman bir juga sebagai pencuci mulut.

Jamuan Besar bernilai RM30 per pax memang tidak dapat menampung kos setiap seorang menjamu selera. Ini mesti MCA taja harga tiket.

Yum, yum

Captive audience

Nasihat bagi Dr Chua: Sekiranya jamuan diadakan di padang terbuka, para jemputan akan cabut terus selepas menjamah.

Jadi baguslah lain kali jamuan diadakan di restoran berbintang yang lebih kurang setaraf Grand Sea View Restaurant (bawah).

Dengan itu, boleh ditugaskan pengawal untuk menjaga pintu supaya orangramai tidak dapat melarikan diri sebelum presiden MCA naik pentas untuk menyampaikan ucapan.

Atau pasang pengadang pada pintu, kah-kah-kah-kah.

Ideal venue for MCA mega dinner

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42 thoughts on “Gangnam stail: MCA tabur wang merata-rata bagi meraih sokongan

  1. Helen, they really have to do it. How else to counter the anti-Malay tide among the Chinese community?

    1. Hi RJ,

      I’ve no issues with MCA’s outreach programme such as this one now. In fact they should have done this long ago. MCA has been slumbering the past 4-and-1/2 years and only now making a last ditch effort.

      As well I can see the merit in the MCA message ‘Stability above Chaos’. In fact, my blog has been discussing past instability such as the Natrah riot and the conflicts between religions in other Muslim countries. Without doubt my blog narrative favours MCA over DAP.

      The reason I’m bringing up MCA’s impotency are two:

      (1) To be realistic about the irredeemable loss of Chinese support (for the time being). Early on I’ve already said that the Chinese are fey. At this stage, nothing under heaven or Earth can persuade or will move them.

      Not even actions detrimental to the community such as DAPsters giving their support to hudud. Rest assured that Islamic law will affect EVERYONE. But they’re willing to throw caution to the wind for a variety of reasons — blinded beyond hate for Umno, contempt for MCA, suckered by the Firster snake oil.

      (2) With just a few months to go before election has to be called, I’m afraid that what MCA is doing is a waste of effort. The guests ate the dinner and still showed their spite to CSL after their stomach was filled.

      At the same time, by allowing The Star to get away with its evangelista agenda, MCA is alienating the Malay votes that the party takes for granted. My articles are to remind the Dino Deathwishers that the Malay votes, like it or not, are the MCA’s lifeline.

      It will be a case of Yang dikejar tak dapat, yang dikendong tercicir. And the Indians are none too pleased with either BN or Pakatan but Hindraf has had a rapprochement of sorts with Pakatan. So already a mere 20% Chinese votes and furthermore unattractive to Malay/Indian voters.

      I’m afraid that if MCA doesn’t get its priorities sorted – the current programme is fine but the Malay and the Indian electorate should not be neglected at the very least if not groundwork then in the framing of arguments and pitch – then MCA might well lose whatever remnants of Malay and Indian votes (via Umno-BN) it has left.

      Nor should MCA depend on Umno to deliver. Umno may not be able to convince Malays to vote an MCA candidate even if the party wanted to if the sentiment has already turned (i.e. the Allah , Christian state issues etc. becoming synonymous with Chinese power grab).

      In fact, the thought may even cross some the mind of some Malays that MCA will hop over to DAP (the Hasan Ali theory) post GE13. It’s already happened with some prominent figures like Jimmy Chua Jui Meng and former MCA Wanita deputy chief Tan Yee Kew (both to PKR).

      To counter the anti-Malay tide, I’d like to see MCA rein in its paper which is a nest of anti-establishment and opposition supporters.

      1. Come on la HY. No need to put on a facade.

        After the publication of that study, there is evidence that there are anti-Malay sentiments in Malaysian society.

        1. please la ob, how racial discrimination = anti-malay? btw, is pas malay n pkr malay not malay?

          1. As reported, the study has shown that even Malay organisations are not giving proportionate callbacks to Malays.

            If you are an unemployed Malay who’s getting rejected for jobs, a job market that practices racial discrimination means they are anti-malay.

            HY ,don’t get sensitive. Your inherent ideology about chinese being non-biased has been proven false.

            Don’t be an ideologue. As Bill Clinton said, most ideologues have answers before looking at the evidence . Look at evidence objectively.

            The anti-malay attitude is not an exclusively Chinese phenomenon; foreigners are the worst offenders. But since chinese control most of the private sector, I am sure in terms of sheer numbers, chinese companies are still more anti-malay than most.

            A commenter on another blog, I think it was warrior 231, posits a theory that the most anti-malay malays are probably the ‘faux malays’. But we need more evidence on that.

          2. After all this you are still blind to the disparage on malaysiakini and malaysianinsider, the diatribe against islam, the sultans, past prime ministers, malay way of life or clandestinely under anti-BN and anti-Umno sentiment, why not anti-MCA and anti-MIC since the MCA and MIC are meant to counter their BN counterparts and let PKR and PAS handle the Malay front, it is not so as DAP lives anti-Malay sentiment just as Chinese wish for the day when the Malays will be gone from Malaysia.

            You have no problem believing malaysia is racist Malay supremacist, but then, isn’t MCA and MIC is non-Malay too? So BN is not racist pro-malay as umno voters never fail to vote in MCA leaders and have benign relationships with other component parties of various races. I wonder why this escape the chinese mind, probably drowned by the meritocratic chinese chauvinism logic.

            So how does DAP wins the Chinese votes? It is either by fanning hatred towards the malays or is it being lifted to heaven naked during rapture, if it’s something else, please tell us.

            since the DAP goons trapped the chinese chauvinistic nature by fanning the flame of hatred towards the Malays, do not blame the Malays self-preservation via Perkasa and Ketuanan Melayu.

            DAP and the chinese, christians and heathens alike are the progenitors to ketuanan melayu which was stunted by the grace of Tunku when he allowed almost two million non-British citizens of chinese and indian extraction into the fold of Malaya and Malaysia without consulting the general Malay population and made the Malays almost a minority.

            50 years later, the Malays are blamed for every misery of the chinese despite being among the most prosperous peoples in SEA. not enough with this land that provided them the citizenship that allow them to prosper and even migrate abroad, the former chinese malaysian have the audacity to backstab their former country in countries like Australia and the UK and US with its anti chinese immigration policy in the 50s.

            we malays know that bersih and the chain email mucking us are written by their ilk abroad with lies such ethnic cleansing la, malay riots, chinese banks being taken over by malays and many others.

            The pru13 will see the politics of Malaysia take a Malay-centric government just like its homogeneous neighbours including the chinese singapore. the malays, even in PAS are weary of the chinese and the kebiadaban. even the post by helen where they leave after gorging the eight-course meal at the MCA dinners and left when CSL joins in is a reflection of the anti-Malay chinese impudence.

            The malaysian chinese must accept the tyranny of majority aka the Malays, even Helen must accept that she breaths Malay and Islam in this golden chersonese and its bornean states. The malaysian chinese can attain their lust for equality easily by converting to islam and eat with your hands and marry Malay women like the Chaozu Chinese in Thailand, otherwise, do not expect anything more.

          3. ob, i am not sensitive, but i hope you dont put words into my mouth.

            “Your inherent ideology about chinese being non-biased has been proven false.”
            i never claim chinese not bias, i said less bias compare to “others”

            “If you are an unemployed Malay who’s getting rejected for jobs, a job market that practices racial discrimination means they are anti-malay.”
            hence can we conclude that our govt are anti chinese, anti indian and anti dll?

            and i am not interest to read any writing that is vapid, vacuous, and verbose if you know who i am refering to.

          4. If you think the chinese are ‘less biased’ than ‘others’. State who the ‘others’ are? Be specific . At least I quoted the study to identify foreigners as more biased.

            If you can’t understand, then don’t need to respond.

            How is our government ANTI-chinese/indian/dll, when there so much representation of minorities in the cabinet and government? In some cases the minorities are OVER-represented.

    2. You do what you can for your belief. The MCA being the old kapitan Chinese are used to working with the Malays. Not that they have any choice if they want to be citizens of Malaya. Their mistake was to persuade those Chinese coolies to stay back instead of going home. These uneducated Chinese had no idea of the political situation. Malaya is a Malay Sultanates Federations. No more mat sallehs.

      Coupled with Tamil Mahathir Kutty duplicity these only confused the situation. Malays hatred of Chinese is well documented. In 1948 they killed the Chinese population after the Chinese communist tried to grab power. In 1969 the hatred of the Malays towards the Chinese made them killed Chinese in Kuala Lumpur. So MCA knows these.

      Therefore the current situation is nothing new.

      1. Ever heard of lukut massacre? ..go find out.

        Killed the chinese “population” in 1948? ..then how on earth u r still here? …communists killed civilian, including kids and women

        I have no pity on them, unfortunately majority of the communists were chinese ..ya but again, i have no pity on them, not because they are chinese but because they are communist.

  2. Kak Helen,

    Melayu juga keluar dari majlis kenduri sebaik saja doa dibacakan. Lebih teruk ada yang bungkus makanan yang berbaki untuk dibawa pulang. Bukan kerana benci tetapi ada komitmen lain. Cina pun macam itu juga.

  3. I agree with RJ. There appears to be a growing disenchantment between the Chinese community and the Malay leadership. I am not being racist but realist. Being a Chinese, I can’t deny the fact that I feel te Malays have been at the helm for far too long. MCA has been a secondary partner. I like the fact that the other Chinese dominant party has been assertive. It doesn’t matter to me if they are also Christian dominated at the moment. We sort that out once we are successful.

    Politically, I think now is the time for the Chinese to be assertive and achieve some political clout as the Malays are obviously not united due to greed and ego. We better take this opportunity before other political groups start making their moves to grab the power vacum.

    I tired of seeing reference between the Chinese and pigs for far too often. Time to stop all these nonsense.

    1. OB, here is another Chinese, the Chinesse name and being a Chinese would provide sufficient credential to represent the Chinese view. You would be glad many Chinese share your conspiracy.

      1. It’s not a conspiracy. If I were in a group that thought itself as superior, I would want the leader of the nation to be from my group.

        It’s human nature to want see your own group lead. Add to that the perception that ‘your people’ pay the most taxes, ‘your people’ built Malaysia, and that ‘your people are the least corrupt and you have a recipe for a superiority complex.

        1. pray tell how we (chinese) could achieve that? with number and fact, not the usual siege mentality plus the inferiority complex talk.

          1. HY, for your own knowledge, back in 1957, Federation of Malaya’s total revenue was over $180 million of which rubber and palm oil contributed 68 percent, tin 30 percent with the rest 2 percent. What happened after that to now is of course is obvious. This is public information and not some figure plucked out from the sky. No self derived perception nor does it take a self indulged intellect to gather this information. Can’t blame modern day self proclaimed supernovas.

      1. True OB, a chinese is confident enuff to saunter here, insult the Malays and claim Malaysia as their only. must be the type that live in SS2 Kelana Jaya in their fake China habitat.

        And they think the fellows at PAS are blind to the kafir harbi ambitions. the fact that Penang is pushing for an anti-party hopping law is testament of their fear of PAS/PKR cohorting with UMNO post-PRU 13 to overthrow DAP in parliament should the Lim Guan Eng naik kepala.

        PAS knows in both possibilities of the PRU 13, DAP will be the reckoning force as they are expected to sweep all chinese constituencies in BN states leaving PAS isolated in Kelantan, hence an alliance with UMNO is a possibility if the parliament is facing a draw.

      2. Really!!! please direct me to an honest Malaysian when Malays had been neglected for all the policies at their disposal that everyone (including the Non- Malays) indulged to ensure affirmative actions was in favor for the majority Malays in Malaysia.

        Why the Non-Malays needs to be the scapegoats because nobody recognized that you were so intelligent and nobody bothered about you. Aiisah Man!!!. We are talking about Malaysia, not your personal problems.

        Are you deprived in your material need or your spiritual need for humanity? Don’t run an artificial agenda when you have only yourself to be concerned about as it has been. It really does not matter what I think, but for once think like a Malaysian irrespective of the origin because whatever concerns a Malaysian subject should be everyone’s concern irrespective of our origin.

      3. I want to be the first Chinese non-Muslim Prime Minister of Malaysia on a BN ticket, any ideas?

        Nothing wrong with ambition surely, just the damn problem of reality.

    2. Speaking like a truly chinese blind to the principles of democracy. The reality of democracy is the tyranny of the masses.

      In any democracy, the aspiration of the majority takes precedence hence france with 13 percent muslim population have barely any mosque present its landscape yet malaysia with a mere seven percent hindu have temples with its ominous presence in malaysian cityscapes amidst a sea of Malays not to mention the red tokongs in front of any banyan tree that pollute the malaysian streetscale. In Malaysia case, the Malays with a strong 17 million political force is the reality of malaysian democracy.

      You are tired of being called pig by label the malays as greedy as egoistic. We will continue to refer to your kind as pigs as long as you call malays insulting names so that we at least can converse on an equal level field. Tit for tat, you call me a cat i call you a rat.

      May the best and majority party or coalition wins election. Please take the results like a man and now whine later like a loser. And the chinese will lose its political power just as helen has been warning your ilk for siding with the wrong side.

    1. Churches nowadays are places where children get abused, we can use this context just as the west use terrorism to close mosques, in italy, you need the vote of locals to get a mosque buklt and so far no italian towns have allowed mosques to be built, we can follow this model.

      And why should we allow too many hindu temples that clearly propagate the caste mentality and benefit only the brahmin class..the lower caste cannot enter the temple anyway in most cases.

      1. Watch out for the almost completed mother of all Hindu temples on the peak of Bukit Gasing. The Masjid Negara will be put to shame. .

  4. Why the Chinese dont go back to China is a mystery to me. China is blooming. A lot of jobs. Capitalism is allowed. I feel Chinese presence in Malaysia is detrimental to peace and stability of the region. With Chinese hegemony against our good friends Japan and Philipines we have to be on guard against the Chinese fifth column.

    1. the reason they are not going back to China is because the Chinese in Mainland China do not want them.

      in the past, when China was still developing, the Chinese in Malaysia looked down on the Mainland Chinese. there used to be a time when Chinese Malaysians refer to Mainland Chinese as country pumpkins. they, the Chinese Malaysians, made fun of and jokes about the Mainland Chinese. the Mainland Chinese didn’t like this, and they remember about all this right up to this day. even now, when China is already a superpower, a majority of Chinese Malaysians still have this condescending attitude toward the Mainland Chinese.

      you see, the Chinese in Malaysia are different than the Chinese in Mainland China, so in a sense, the Chinese 5th column do not exists. the Chinese in Malaysia are not China nationals, so to speak of them as the 5th column is misleading.

      as for Japan and the Philippines, both of them are staging a show. their alleged confrontation with China is a fiction. both of them have a domestic audience that they need to pander to for obvious political reasons. I say, that after 6 months – 1 year, everything will return to normal. both Japan and the Philippines need to maintain good relations with China because it is a necessity.

      the rise of China is an opportunity for the rest of Asia. if you care enough to read about the history of this region, when China was the dominant power of East Asia during the Dynastic Era, this region was very peaceful. The China of the Ming Dynasty protected the Malay Sultanate of Malacca for over a century from the Siamese Kingdom.

      our problem started with the arrivals of the Europeans. when the Europeans arrived, and colonized a large chunk of East Asia, they also brought a lot of Chinese immigrants to many countries in this region. when these Chinese immigrants came into contact with the Europeans, they were affected. a considerable number of them became westernized over the course of 5 centuries of western colonialism, these Chinese immigrants became, what we called Anglophile Chinese or Francophile Chinese or whatever depending on where they migrated.

      there is a significant number of Anglophile Chinese in Malaysia. you do not need to be English educated to be termed an Anglophile Chinese. today a large number of Chinese educated Chinese can also be classified as Anglophile Chinese. these Chinese educated Chinese worship western culture, hence you see them spot western names like John, Jack, Lily etc. they wear western attire, not many of them spot traditional Chinese attire anymore. they lived in urban areas, a significant number of them are Christians of various denominations.

      our problem is with these Anglophile Chinese. this we must come to terms with. ‘

      Najib’s father, Tun Razak, was a visionary. He established diplomatic relations with The People’s Republic of China because he knew that in future, China was going to be a superpower and make contributions to the development of our region. today we reap the benefits of Tun Razak’s visionary insights.

    2. How can they go back to China. China can’t tolerate anything that sounds like criticism, let alone a clamor for justice, equality and any such modern western crap. They have an arsenal worse than hudud. They’ll just blindfold you and shoot you from behind your backside.

      Malaysian Chinese don’t even dare to migrate to Singapore. Like his father, Kuan Yew’s son too can’t tolerate criticism. He’ll sue you blind. Like what Guan Eng is wont to do..

  5. Helen,

    When the rat race gets too competitive, the deciding factors could very well be in the form of a last minute information prorating strategy. So don’t be surprised if a simple and primitive gadget such as ABU is being utilized to the fullest with hope of winning the fight. This only show that this people would do almost anything and that including the application of a methodology (an acronym ABU), even though for a modern civilization, it had long been discarded.

      1. why mention Ku Li ? he’s already a has been politician. you really think he’s going to make an impact come the 13th GE ? no he’s not going to. nobody in UMNO talks hoots what Ku Li does. only those in PR think he’s some big gun because using Ku Li to attack BN is a convenient way to mask their hatred of BN.

        1. I was using the KuLi example to illustrate how damaging the media can be.

          He was at some function in Sabah and given a Kadazan headgear to wear. The BN-controlled media went to town with the photo and playing up the Christian cross resemblance in the tengkolok that KuLi wore.

          It was the eve of the 1990 election. In those days, tadak Internet penetration or alternative media. The Malays were upset.

          One never knows what kind of sabotage a covertly hostile media can do to the election campaign.

  6. OB, you say:

    “If you think the chinese are ‘less biased’ than ‘others’. State who the ‘others’ are? Be specific. At least I quoted the study to identify foreigners as more biased. If you can’t understand, then don’t need to respond. How is our government ANTI-chinese/indian/dll, when there so much representation of minorities in the cabinet and government? In some cases the minorities are OVER-represented.”

    OB, you must be more naive than I thought you are, no matter how intellectual you claim to be.

    You are not intertwined with reality but only for yourself for what is best for me. Seen many of you, talk, talk and talk no action waiting for someone else to do it for you. Good luck Malaysian who means nothing to me when it has been always self serving. Don’t expect you to understand this because you mean nothing but the hot air that serves you personally. I think it is self evidence with how you gloat about your own achievement even if nobody cares about it as you did nothing for the community.

  7. bolehkah dengan menabur wang merata-rata ke organisasi cina? bukankah melayu yang undi MCA sakan. kalau nanti cina buat stail melayu pas, kau bagi aku ambik, tapi tetap pangkah PR. haaa… baru ada akai MCA. balik pulau bayan lepas, sana terpulau sini terlepas.

  8. racism scar till deepen in my heart.. i been tasted how chinese treat me at hualon factory nilai..99% of the officer is chinese,1% is malay but put inside to guard hot and humid store and no other chinese ever reach there even (he complaint) the salary is lower than chinese… the hard work is from malay operator&technician and kuli’s from indon, vietnam and bangla..this chinese officer every day just relexing & nitpicking .. i’m glad because this lazy & show off officer have made the owner bankrupt from taiwanese to indian reliance group.. in the end, still buying from chinese shop due to lack of malays shop.. hate it…

    mohd

    1. I am sorry how the Chinese treats you. it is not the religion, race or creed that dictates Malaysia, it is humanity. I know you are trying very hard to portray what the Malays have to do. It is not just the Malays matter what we Malaysian matter and can do something about it.

      So don’t run a Malaysian agenda based on Malay but as Malaysians as we are irrespective of the origin but what is the truth and reality. Got it or not, because the humanity is not race, religion based but what is is it amongst us for each other as Malaysians when we are ready to face the truth and reality.

    2. mohd,

      hualon, a taiwanese manufacturer hire mostly that can speak chinese, which naturally are mainly chinese since many of them can speak and write in chinese. this is no difference with japan and korea investor / manufacturer. who prefer those that can communicate in their language, as hod or managers. i can agree with you that many operator and technician work very hard but earn very little, and that is why both bn and pr is pushing for min wages.

      the bankrupt is not as simple as you put it, due to lazy and show off. the owner of hualon is “smart”, they make use fully of our cheap labour, subsidise gas and electricity, and low tax break. however profit were transferred out to low tax regime, such as hk and spore. they owe banks, and the energy provider up to billions, however our authorities cant do much because hualon provide job and employment to many malaysian, without a job, many would become dissidents. hualon bankrupt in fact doesn’t harm the owner at all, in fact malaysian suffer most.

      we should rely more on local industry, the tax break and transfer pricing were render us bankrupt if no transformation is done in the long term. btw, you can always buy from jusco/aeon since they are listed, if the race of owner is your cause for concern.

  9. Helen,

    I believe the commentators here need to be mature and objective. Of course any specific interest group in Malaysia would love to have the opportunity to have the political power to rule and administer the country. The Malays, the Chinese, the rich, the poor etc.

    However, if the efforts to achieve these aims are done in the most democratic and peaceful and according to the tenets of the laws and constitution of the country, no one should fault the Chinese to be power hungry or fomenting conspiracies to grabbing power.

    The Malays have been at the pinnacle of national politics through legal endeavors and political strategy as allowed by the laws of the land, so any interest groups should not be prevented from trying to achieve political dominance through similar ways.

    Political maturity is much needed here.

    1. RJ,

      I don’t fault your political theory insofar as it goes. Of course, all political parties want power (why else would they be in politics?) altho’ opposition supporters appear to believe that their Pakatan pollies are in it out of Christian luurrrve for the rakyat.

      But what’s desirable by the politicians may not be good for the pawns.

      This bid for Putrajaya is an all-or-nothing gamble that I see Chinese losing.

      DAP will max out on Chinese seats in GE13.

      The Malays will huddle under the Umno umbrella.

      MCA will be history and the BN formula destroyed. Umno cooperation with the Sabah & S’wak parties will be one the basis of bumiputera privileges.

      Post-GE will be a different paradigm.

      The leadership of LGE, the Ngeh-Nga terrible twins, Teresa, Ronnie, Tony, Anthony and gang spells catastrophe.

  10. Orang Cina perlu sedar antara dua kumpulan ini, siapa yang mereka nak pilih:

    1. Parti Cina yang pertahankan SRJKCM dengan ‘keringat’ dan keikhlasan.

    2. Parti Demokrat yang katanya hendak pertahankan SRKCM tetapi dengan retorik dan air liur dan dalam masa sama cinta mereka lebih kepada sekolah misionari.

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