MCA president Dr Chua Soi Lek has “pointed out that in war, it was either kill or be killed” (see quote in his party website).
Is GE14 a ‘war’?
Now guess who wants to KILL Umno? (Ini bukan soalan main-main. Serius siot ni.)
Who would be popping the champagne bottle to see Umno dead? Do take your time to mull over this question serta selak sedikit supaya boleh jenguk belakang tabir.
BN slip-sliding away
Below is what happens once DAP gets a foothold in government — which it has in Selangor, the richest and most populous state. (Red is Pakatan’s share of the DUN pie.)
Remember what they did with Selangor Times
Once DAP gets some degree of control over state resources, what happens? Think the old Pacman game where the insatiable gobbler tries to eat up everything.
Below is screenshot a page from Selangor Times which has a photo of Hannah Yeoh. The state newspaper is used to demonize BN (“resorting to dirty tactics” is the accusation).
For that matter, the MCA-owned newspaper also does the same — but more subtly … baling batu sorok tangan.
Apa jadi bila dakyah DAP makan
DAP have their tentacles firmly sunk into the English media and they direct the propaganda flow.
What happens when the national narrative is the DAP’s story?
The chart below shows the GE13 Parliamentary seats. There are 14 states in Malaysia. Twelve (12) of our state capitals are in Pakatan hands.
Left to BN are only Johor Bahru, the Umno stronghold state and Kangar, the capital of Perlis, the country’s smallest state.
Half of Malaysia’s state capitals are held by the DAP:
City and its soul sucked into evangelism
Umno’s votebank relies on Utusan readers, kampung voters and Felda settlers who watch Tanda Putera.
The J-Star – whose media group reaches a 5.63 million-strong audience – has a quarter Malay readership who are constantly exposed to the views of the paper’s voice, such as:
- columnist Azmi Sharom who thinks poorly of Tanda Putera,
- columnist Karim Raslan who thinks highly of Rafizi Ramli, and
- columnist Ong Kian Ming the DAP evangelista MP who thinks Utusan only prints “outrageous lies” and his view endorsed by The Star Editor (see tweet below).
Is The J-Star with BN or against the BN?
Eileen Ng is a senior Star reporter. You all know who is dubbed “@BikMamah”, right?
The Scissorati and the DAP evangelistas are best friends forever.
Takkan tak nampak lagi?
The paper’s columnist Karim Raslan tweets (screenshot below): “NO to Ku Nan! Yes to Husam!”
Ku Nan is Umno’s Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor and Husam is Husam Musa who challenged him in Putrajaya and had a respectable outing — obtaining 4,402 votes for PAS to the 9,943 votes for Umno in the administrative capital.
The BN is not king in Kuala Lumpur nor in Shah Alam, and who’s to say the ruling party cannot let Putrajaya slip from its grasp?
Habis — no Chinese votes anymore for BN
The Star Editor tweets (screenshot below): “show of hands for those who’d vote for [Ong Kian Ming]
The MCA-owned paper is a Dapster nest.
So are the MCA-owned university (Utar) and TAR colleges that have an enrolment of some 19,000 and 25,000 students respectively.
Ubah, the changeling
Who are Umno up against?
Umno is fighting the most sneaky shape-shifters.
Yang paling pandai bermuka-muka dan berputar-belit.
In the photo montage below are the DAP evangelistas @imokman and @hannahyeoh.
Despite the duo being pinpointed as “DAP SuperCyber Bullies” sejak dari tahun 2010 lagi, The J-Star still gave Ong Kian Ming a column through which to reach all the city Malays.
What is The J–Star promoting?
The DAP’s ‘One Race’ ideology is “what is mine is mine, what is yours is mine too” such as the kalimah Allah.
Umno’s suicidal tendency
MCA president Dr Chua Soi Lek has “pointed out that in war, it was either kill or be killed”.
The leaders elected at the upcoming Perhimpunan Agung Umno (PAU) are the generals who are going to be leading the BN into ‘war’ in GE14.
GE14 is for Umno (note: I say Umno specifically) to lose. Kalau Umno kalah, expect to stay in the opposition for a long, long time to come.
Below is the shape of things to come. Madam Speaker holding court in the Selangor DUN. Who’s in charge? How come nobody from PAS Selangor qualified to be Speaker?
The Anon comment screenshot above from The Unspinners blog says:
“kalau tak menipu bukan DAP namanya. sejak bila mereka suka dengan Umno BN. PAS bodoh sahaja yg sanggup bertahalul bahlul dgn mrk”
The comment in Unspinners about DAP-PAS applies equally to the Umno-MCA relationship.
“kalau tak menipu bukan petualang namanya. sejak bila mereka suka dengan Umno BN. Umno bodoh sahaja yg sanggup bertahalul bahlul dgn mrk”
If the 90 percent Chinese votes going to the opposition is not a betrayal by the MCA, what is?
If 95 percent Chinese votes are going to go to the opposition in the next election, what is the point of keeping MCA on board any longer? MCA will only use its various resources to move the Malay city votes to the opposition.