0:41 – Ambiga says,
“Please give us our Malaysia back. We do not want a Malaysia that is racist, that is extreme. We want to reclaim our Malaysia, please give it back. That is the message …” (see her video clip on YouTube)
BELOW: Ambiga is wearing a T-shirt and holding a placard that both proclaim “kembalikan negara ku”.
Negara diorang ikut acuan diorang
Ambiga is the figurehead for the Negaraku movement.
The backbone of Negaraku are the Chinese associations and NGOs.
‘Why so nervous about Negara-Ku? Ambiga asks Isma‘ (The Malay Mail, 10 July 2014)
Ambiga points out the “interesting views on Isma” – see her tweet – which is that “Isma deadlier than Perkasa“. She has about 40,000 Twitter followers.
Muafakat: Ambiga appears to share IFC objectives
Hannah Yeoh: Righteousness exalts a nation
As if it’s not bad enough that Umno is “racist” and “extremist” and BN comprises of “bigots”, Ambiga’s buddy Hannah the Madame Speaker once called the Umno-BN combo — “wickedness” personified.
Out of the abundance of their (wicked) heart their (wicked) mouth speaks.
Hannah Yeoh yesterday tweeted “salam” talking about knowing the evangelist “Word” (gospel) as well as introduced the “personalized Bible (see @hannahyeoh’s Instagram picture below) to her 97,000 twits.
BELOW: @KEVINLOO is the pastor of City Harvest Church in Subang Jaya
Ambiga promotes the J-Star‘s Voices of Moderation in her Twitter
Ambiga has been blurbing the J-Star‘s voices of Moderation but at the same time she is sceptical about the PM’s reputation as a moderate – see her tweets below.
Hers and the J-Star “moderates” are the loud voices that want to “take back Negaraku” and reclaiming the country in their Malaysian First image.
The J-Star manufactured icons – lined up below – are pitching their message over radio advertisements too. They’re everywhere!
The “kembalikan negara ku” campaign spearheaded by Ambiga & Co. will reach its peak on Hari Malaysia.
BELOW: Ambiga’s good friends such as Marina are the trumpeted Voices of Moderation
Taking possession of the country on Sept 16
Malaysia Day falls on this coming Tuesday.