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Mampukah calon Gerakan menang tanpa undi Melayu Perkasa?

“Tiada maaf bagimu”, kata Lim Guan Eng.

Sungguh.

Dia dipetik wartawan Malaysiakini sebagai berkata demikian.

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/224823
http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/224823

Guan Eng juga hari ini menyatakan rasa kesiannya terhadap Teng Chang Yeow, pengerusi BN Pulau Pinang.

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Teng menunjukkan sms yang diterimanya daripada Perkasa

Teng telah menerima sebuah sms daripada setiausaha agung Perkasa yang berbunyi:

“U think Gerakan candidate can win without Malay Perkasa voters? Perkasa members can stay at home where Gerakan contest. No problem. Tq. Sec Gen Perkasa.”

Mengikut Guan Eng:

“Perkasa and Gerakan are bedfellows. Up to now, I do not know why Teng is afraid of admitting their secret affair, which is already an open secret.”

“He should be bold enough, be a gentleman and admit that Perkasa is Gerakan and Gerakan is Perkasa. By refusing to do so, he is not a gentleman.”

Agak menarik lenggok bahasa Guan Eng tatkala Ketua Menteri itu menjentik Teng kerana kononnya tidak berani mengaku telah mengadakan hubungan sulit walhal hubungan tersebut sudah dipercakapkan orangramai.

(ahem, ahem) Siapa agaknya yang tak “gentleman”?

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http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/224785
http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/224785

Pesanan ringkas Perkasa itu dihantar kepada Teng ekoran kenyataan pengerusi BN Pulau Pinang tersebut bahawa beliau sebenarnya keberatan untuk menghadiri rapat umum bersama para penyokong kerajaan sekiranya mengetahui tentang penglibatan Perkasa dalam acara itu.

Bermaksud Teng tidak sanggup berkongsi pentas dengan Perkasa kerana malu dengan masyarakat Cina yang menganggap badan sukarela Melayu itu puak kanan yang bersikap pelampau.

‘Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu’ di Padang Kota Lama dua hari lepas yang dianjurkan oleh badan-badan NGO-NGO telah dihadiri oleh kebanyakannya orang Melayu.

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/224981
http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/224981

Masa depan Gerakan

Dalam pilihanraya tahun 2008, Gerakan telah bertanding 12 kerusi Parlimen dan kalah 10.

Gerakan menang di Gerik, Perak dan di Simpang Renggam, Johor.

Ketua Wanita Gerakan Tan Lian Hoe menang di Gerik menewaskan calon PAS. Ia satu kerusi yang mengandungi 72 peratus pemilih Melayu. Beliau adalah Timbalan Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan.

(Selain Tan Lian Hoe, seorang lagi wakil Gerakan dalam Kabinet ialah Senator Koh Tsu Koon, Menteri Di Jabatan Perdana Menteri.)

Kerusi Gerakan di Johor yang dimenangi Liang Teck Meng pun adalah kawasan majoriti pemilih Melayu (54%) manakala kaum Cina dan kaum India masing-masing 36 peratus dan 10 peratus daripada pemilih berdaftar.

Perkasa sayap Umno, konon

Penyokong pembangkang Cina sebulat suara mengatakan bahawa Perkasa merupakan sayap tidak rasmi Umno. Jikalau dakwaan mereka itu betul, maka boikot yang bakal dijalankan oleh Perkasa akan memberi kesan calon-calon Gerakan kehilangan sokongan para ahli serta pengikut setia Umno.

Presiden MCA Dr Chua Soi Lek berkata beberapa hari lepas bahawa niat DAP ialah untuk menghancurkan partinya:

“Should that become a reality, my worry of a two-party system becoming a two-race system may come true as Umno grows stronger in the government and DAP gains more seats as the opposition.”

Sudah dijangka MCA akan lingkup dalam PRU13 nanti.

Nampaknya Gerakan barangkali akan ikut lingkup juga.

“Where is the sense of atonement?”

Guan Eng: I will not forgive club‘ (NST, 26 Mac 2013)

Nanti pula, masyarakat Cina di Malaysia mungkin sampai 90 peratus yang jadi pengikut tegar kultus Tokong. Bayangan ini suatu perkembangan yang amat, amat ngeri serta menggerunkan.

Penang CM: Don’t take liberties with my post‘ (Malaysiakini, 26 Mac 2013)

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13 thoughts on “Mampukah calon Gerakan menang tanpa undi Melayu Perkasa?

  1. Saya bukan pengemar Perkasa terutamanya Ibrahim Ali. Namun kenyataan Cina Gerakan ini menyakitkan hati.

    Jika tanya pada saya, mustahil saya akan undi MCA ataupun Gerakan. Jika tiada pilihan, saya akan pilih DAP atas alasan lebih baik berlawan dengan musang dari berkawan dengan musang berbulu ayam.

    Tiada peliknya dengan tuduhan rasis kepada perkasa. Melayu kan di sinonimkan dengan rasis. Sekarang ini pula India dah di sinonimkan dengan rasis. Di Malaysia ini hanya Cina yang tidak rasis.

  2. Helen,

    No. Gerakan I am afraid cant win without its lifeline :Malay voters who support UMNO.

    It is the ties with UMNO saves Gerakan, MCA and MIC. Had not for the ties, these 3 parties are museum pieces by now.

    So, Gerakan must be smart not to offend the group of people who supports it. The wise attitude is being honest. Just say the truth. Say it out loud to chinese community that PERKASA IS not racist.

    As for Guan eng being so vengeful, that is the ‘preview” of Malaysia should PR take over. Imperial China was annihiliasted as “son of heavens “lived in fantasy and behaving like “spoit boys”. Guan Eng is exactly like that.

    What kind of man who sulks over invitation of a club. Pondan maybe

    1. re: “What kind of man who sulks over invitation of a club.”

      Exactly what I’ve been saying about the Jerusubangites. What kind of people are they?

      re: “Gerakan … cant win without its lifeline: Malay voters who support UMNO.”

      Be that as it may, Perkasa is supposedly a pressure group. It is not Umno. It’d be interesting to find out how much of Umno is aligned to Perkasa.

      1. Helen,

        PERKASA Is too influential to be sidelined. As for Malays, it is accepted should UMNO do not support PERKASA. But UMNO must not make the mistake of totally rejecting PERKASA or worse still waging war against PERKASA.

        PERKASA as I said earlier serves as a reminder to any Malay based party especially UMNO that they may have sizable followers but they are not indispensable. Meaning should they deviate from their core objectives, then Malays too have no qualm in punishing them.

        And Malays i believe are waiting to punish PAS dearly for selling Islam

        Coming back to topics of Gerakan and MCA, the first thing these 2 parties must do is to accept reality. That much of its existence now is from Malay voters who support UMNO.

        As such, do use brain and stop insulting the very people who are your life line. Never mind if you are so afraid of son of Heaven as if what he said is the biblical truth.

        But for God’s sake, no need to hasten your own demise by waging war on the very people who (because of them) make you still relevant.

        1. Not all Malays support Perkasa – in addition to those in Pakatan and their supporters, there are also UMNO members who wouldn’t touch Perkasa with a pole but most will not have the courage to declare their stand in public as Perkasa has successfully managed to position itself as the champion of the Malays …

          Additionally, the more “educated” amongst the Malay neutrals are also not in favour of Perkasa as they tend to view Perkasa as outdated, crass and not reflective of the 21st century.

          On the other hand, there are also PAS supporters that I know is secretly supporting Perkasa in view of PAS increasingly deviation from its “Islamic” stand …

          All in all, most Malays that I know are “supportive” of Perkasa as it is seen as the community’s pressure group in the absence of Pemuda Umno which has become too “refined” under Khairy …

          1. MYQ,

            Yup. Not all malays support PERKASA. But PERKASA is too significant to be brushed aside. So the wise thing to do for any party that believe them champion Malay/Islam is not to create unnecessary problem with PERKASA.

            Never mind if they cant welcome PERKASA openly. Just do not become anti PERKASA.

            As for people who think that PERKASA as outdated, may a realty check humble them. Had not for power invested in a political that cares for Malay (meaning UMNO), they and their bloated ego will remain “petty’, holding only junior posts.

            What is it with Malays who are eager to underestimate their “malayness” when other races firmly hold to their racial influence or respective bussiness chambers.

  3. FFC wrote couple of days back about the whole teaching of Jesus is about forgiveness: I guess Gollum/Smeagol forgot to read the memo.

    If you’re a man and you get pissed over some puny club over some lame reason, perhaps your CM title should be reworded to ‘C U Next Tuesday’!

    apalah dosa orang Penang, sampai have to end up ngan psiko?

  4. I lived in a area where our wakil rakyat from Gerakan sebelum 2008. Didalam kehangatan berkempin sebelum pilihanraya calon Gerakan ketika itu mengadakan kempin rumah kerumah memberi leaflet dan mempromosikan diri, [I think in a groups of 30 people] all Chinese.

    I was at the front of my house, they just past by me without saying hello or a smile [no leaflet given], they only stop at Chinese house since my area are mostly Chinese.
    What do you think I will do to this type of character?, and he lost that seat to DAP.

    1. what to do those people take thing for granted and as they think the Malay is like is their safe deposit (will vote for whatever face as long as dacing is the logo)…

      and yet, they still calling the Malay as racist and sometime to the extend of chauvinist Malay…

      I’m sad, truly sad.politics is no more about the betterment of living society

  5. morning Helen. just got back from Johor. you what to know what the Chinese in Johor are thinking ? I’ll write a comment on it in the next few days.

    speaking of the Penang Club being the latest member of LGE’s list of Infamy, why don’t you compose a list of people, clubs, organizations that have gotten themselves into LGE’s bad books ? it could be an interesting read.

    1. Agree it would be an interesting read. You and the other readers can start the ball rolling and I’ll put it up.

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