J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai: “I will fight him [Ibrahim Ali] in court. We will see him in court. It’s a fight between moderates and extremists.”
Chun Wai: “Malaysians cannot allow Perkasa to continue with their form of hate politics, racist bullying and extremism.”
“No one can stop the voice of moderation and reasoning,” said Chun Wai. “Malaysia has no room for extremism.” – see, ‘Wong ready to take on Perkasa chief who wants to sue him‘ (The J-Star, 14 Dec 2014)
Who is really bullying whom?
“Hari ini orang Melayu berpecah dan diperalatkan hingga suara yang majoriti telah menjadi minoriti dan suara minoriti menjadi kuasa penentu.” – Tun Abdul Hamid Mohamad’s keynote address at the fifth annual convention of Perkasa today
Perkasa claims to have half a million members and yet it is the “meek and mild” minority – belonging to “only 9 percent” of the population – which is much more powerful than the 61.3 percent Muslim majority.
Wong Chun Wai (billboard above) has declared war, framed in the terms of “a fight between moderates and extremists”. At the same time, Ah Jib Gor has allowed the Yahudi Yeohs to hijack the “moderate” branding.
Ah Jib, the Umno president cum BN chairman, has to pick his side. Coincidentally, both Perkasa and the evangelical party (below) are holding their annual conventions today.
Shorty Speaker is given an elevated seat at her party’s event in Subang Jaya