Please read the following article by The Star senior editor June H.L. Wong very, very carefully.
By the way, June Wong is up there among the heavenly Wongs (Star ‘kings’) alongside Wong Chun Wai.
After you finish reading, and if you are a BN supporter, please think very, very clearly what you would advocate that the BN should do with the MCA.
At the foot of this page is a screenshot of the article. Its url link is http://www.thestar.com.my/Opinion/Columnists/So-Aunty-So-What/Profile/Articles/2013/08/14/Ruling-multiracial-Msia.aspx
Below I’ve excerpted several paragraphs from June Wong’s article today and highlighted in bold the bits that you should pay very, very special attention to.
June Wong writes:
“I will defend a leadership that will not use other races to invoke fear in the Malays by insinuating that these ungrateful interlopers are greedy and grasping and will steal the nation from under them if they are not careful.
“I will support leaders who are strong and courageous to stand firm against those who preach hate and divisiveness and punish them appropriately, regardless of who these hate-mongers are. […]
“I will admire a leadership that recognises the competition is beyond our shores and if we don’t stop bickering among ourselves and trying to frighten each other, our country might be left far behind, even within the region as all our neighbours get their act together and grow from strength to strength.
“Hence, I will rejoice to have leaders who embrace meritocracy and will fight to nurture and retain all its talented citizens to benefit our society and nation and give us the edge on the international front. […]
“I will support those in power who believe in educating and empowering its people and not keeping them stupid and poor in order to control them and making them dependent forever. […]
“I will cherish a leadership that is inclusive with a consistent message to all, actively promotes true racial accommodation and acceptance and not play lip service to mere tolerance. […] “I will honour a government that is led by leaders who are morally clean and upright, with zero tolerance for corruption and will not use underhanded means to enrich themselves and to keep themselves in power.
“I am all for Malay rule as long as my leaders are committed to and believe in a multiracial, multi-cultural and multi-religious Malaysia and want to keep it this way.”
Does The J-Star senior editor June Wong sound very much like DAP to you?