On the BN victory in Teluk Intan, Chua Soi Lek said he will not be gloating that Chinese support has returned to BN if he were still the MCA president.
“It could be a flash in a pan,” he said yesterday in his press statement.
Gua tak ‘caya lu
MCA president Liow Tiong Lai has been quick to claim that the Teluk Intan win signalled how the Chinese community was renewing its hopes in the BN.
Liow claimed MCA put a lot of hard work into the by-election campaign, and galvanized the Chinese grassroots and had even urged its party members to go out to vote.
Ha ha ha ha ha.
Itu Gerakan punya kemenangan, pipi MCA pula yang tersorong-sorong.
Tak malu ke, MCA? Sebiji macam Dyana lah.
ABOVE: Photo found in Malay blogosphere but you will never see in the J-Star
The J-Star deliberately buried the story of how the older Chinese snubbed Dyana, just as the paper also downplayed the connection of Dyana’s mother to Perkasa.
Liow must explain why its media The J-Star campaigned for Dyana. GUNTING DALAM LIPATAN!
MCA chickened out of Bukit Gelugor
Meanwhile MCA deputy president Wee Ka Siong attributed the BN victory in part to the increase in Chinese votes and to his boss Liow who – Wee says – diligently campaigned until the very last minute he had to board the flight to China with Najib Razak on May 27.
“It was all about hard work and persistence in reaching out to the voters and win them over,” Wee added.
Ha ha ha ha ha.
Musuh dalam selimut BN
So why didn’t MCA care to put in any hard work and show some persistence in Bukit Gelugor?
After all, the Bukit Gelugor electorate is 75 percent Chinese and it would have been the best place for MCA to “reach out to the Chinese voters” as Wee Ka Siong declares they did in Gerakan’s Teluk Intan.
Instead Ramkarpal Singh Deo won a seat traditional traditionally contested by the MCA because the Chinese BN party didn’t even dare to show their face.
MCA surrendered without a fight in a constituency where three-quarters of the voters are Chinese. Aiyoh MCA, don’t claim to represent the Chinese already lah. Better just you say you promise to speak up for the Bangladeshis, Burmese and Nepalese here who are bullied by Chinese towkays.
Chua Soi Lek’s analysis of the voting trend:
1. Dr Chua said although Mah Siew Keong lost in GE12 and GE13, the Teluk Intan local boy continued to serve the community. This won Mah crucial support “compared to a DAP newbie”.
My comment: MCA president Liow Tiong Lai must explain why The J-Star Nest of Evangelistas was campaigning for the DAP newbie.
2. Dr Chua said the promise of being appointed Minister finds traction among voters in local community. It is not often for a local boy to be given a chance to serve in the Cabinet.
My comment: There is no reason for the MCA Biawak-biawak Hidup to be given a chance to serve in the next Cabinet.
ABOVE: With Lim Kit Siang is former three-term MCA Adun for Subang Jaya, the evangelista Lee Hwa Beng
3. Dr Chua said the low voter turnout was fatal the DAP candidate. “To the younger generation of voters, they know it is difficult to change the government even if they come back. So why bother?,” he added.
My comment: MCA must explain why its J-Star sabotaged the Gerakan campaign with headlines like the one below.
ABOVE: MCA muka tak malu. Ia kempen Gerakan tapi suratkhabarnya pakai gambar logo MCA
Kelakar betul lah
Dr Chua credits the hudud and local warlords issues as the fourth and fifth reasons for the DAP’s loss.
His summary of Teluk Intan:
“Hence, it is laughable for some MCA leaders to claim in their eagerness to apple polish the President’s shoe that the win is because of Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai’s leadership. One must not forget less than 2 weeks ago the same group of leaders have forgotten they were part of the decision maker to allow DAP’s walk over in Bukit Gelugor by election.”
Dr Chua appears to be referring to MCA vice-president Lee Chee Leong who had claimed that the return of Chinese support reflected an endorsement for the party leadership under Liow.
Lee also said the Chinese community’s confidence in MCA would continue to attract more Chinese back to BN.
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha — this is Dr Chua laughing at Lee Chee Leong.
Kesian Dr Chua. I really do. When he was heading the party, he was a war general without any able lieutenants.
I have previously blogged about Lee Chee Leong in the articles below:
- Menteri yang tercemar ini akan memudaratkan kempen Najib (27 May 2012)
- Every seat counts but MCA dragging BN down (2 Oct 2012)
Tak kan lah Najib still wants to take these hopeless MCA people like Lee Chee Leong into his next Cabinet?!
BELOW: The woman in pink is Wanita MCA vice chairman Ong Chong Swen, click on my 2012 postings above to find out why