Muhyiddin and harakiri
Muhyiddin Yassin: “The level of Chinese support for the government has also dwindled from 13% in the last general election to only five percent at present.”
See line graph below, click to enlarge
In May 2013, only nine percent of the Chinese polled by the Merdeka Center expressed ‘happiness’ with the government.
At the beginning of the year (January 2015), a total 11 percent of the Chinese surveyed by the public opinion research centre were ‘happy’ with the government. We can infer that the majority of the Chinese were, by extension, most unhappy with the government.
In a sampling conducted by the centre a little while ago in August, Chinese happiness with the government was found to have dropped to a mere five percent.
This figure is almost rock bottom although Muhyiddin pessimistically warned that the level could decrease even further over the next two years – see Malaysiakini report yesterday.
Why is MCA still wasting the BN’s time?
MCA Religious Harmony Bureau chairman Ti Lian Ker has faulted the over-enthusiasm for emphasizing a single race/religion as the cause of disunity. This is leading to extremism, “and extremism begets extremism leading towards a nation torn apart,” he said in a press statement yesterday.
“These bigots and extremists came into the fore of national politics with a handful of supporters,” said Ti. “Their ability to obtain media social access and coverage has resulted in their negative energy vibrated throughout the nation.”
Ti blames the social media but omits to mention the subversive and destructive role played by the J-Star galactic empire. The media group under his party ownership is our country’s most extensive and influential, not to mention profitable propaganda outlet.
Yeah, and SNEAKY too.
Over teh tarik last night, a friend asked me what I would do if I were in the MCA’s shoes in view of its abysmal Chinese support.
I replied that if I were MCA, I would commit harakiri.