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Asking Umno to look in the mirror, an MCA bureau secretary yesterday derided the BN Malay party for losing three Parliament seats loaned it by the BN Chinese party in the last election.
Gelang Patah was lost by Umno’s then caretaker Johor MB in 2013 with “a skyrocketing thumping majority”, said Chris Daniel Wong, adding that Kuantan and Wangsa Maju as well had been lost by Umno with bigger majorities compared to MCA’s marginal loss of the two seats in 2008. (more…)
MCA and its J-Star media have been trumpeting repeatedly that Chinese voters have moved back to BN.
Well, we’re soon going to see a visible display of the community’s renewed support and enthusiasm for the ruling party when pro-government Chinese in red shirts take to the streets to counter rally against the anti-government Bersih. (more…)
In the past, Umno was called ‘kafir’ and ‘taghut’ by PAS.
Were any Umno folks ever killed by any PAS people as a result of takfir (Umno dikafirkan)?
If you read Malaysia’s English language press that is controlled/dominated by the Christians, then you will understand the Quran’s verse 2:120.
One example of sengaja nak kenakan orang Melayu-Islam can be seen @ http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/as-world-grieves-over-orlando-shooting-some-malaysians-welcome-killings
MCA president Liow Tiong Lai’s scream of “No-ooo-oo” was splashed on the J-Star front page earlier this week.
In his Sinar Harian column today, Ridhuan Tee wrote,
“Ketahuilah bahawa kita sudah dapat selayaknya apa yang sepatutnya dapat. Malah sudah dapat lebih pun. Jangan terlalu kemaruk kuasa atau tamak. Seperti kata Almarhum Tunku Abdul Rahman, biarkan orang Melayu menjaga kuasa, orang Cina menjaga bisnes.”
In its article headlined, ‘Don’t be too greedy or power hungry, Tee tells Chinese‘, FMT quoted Ridhuan as drawing from Tunku Abdul Rahman’s wisdom that “Malays should control political power and the Chinese, business”.
Microphone switched off when DAP’s Penang MP disrespected temple dinner / the Armenian Park shrine issue
MCA Religious Harmony bureau chairman Ti Lian Ker is the foremost defender of Taoist shrines and Chinese religious rights.
He is raising a hue and cry at Jahara Hamid – who is Penang opposition leader representing Umno – over a tokong controversy in Lebuh Armenian where Guan Eng put words into her mouth that she did not say. And unsurprisingly, MCA sided with DAP … but what else. (more…)