- Bersih 1.0 = Melayu 80% – Cina 20%
- Bersih 2.0 = Melayu 60% – Cina 40%
- Bersih 3.0 = Melayu 50% – Cina 50%
- Bersih 4.0 = Melayu 10% – Cina 90%
Isn’t it wonderful when the passage of time – a mere two years down the road – proves you to have been absolutely correct?
~ ~ I told you so ~~
On 17 May 2013, I had blogged that Najib Razak’s exclamation of “Chinese tsunami” was factually correct and it was indeed true that Chinese voters had ditched the BN wholesale in the election which was held a week-plus earlier (May 5).
And I provided the data to support my finding.
Well, guess what?
In terms of Chinese sentiment – i.e. how the Chinese feel about the country and the government, the Merdeka Center public opinion survey results for the first quarter of 2015 are now a perfect match with the 2013 election mood. Continue reading “Important agenda for Umno divisions meeting this Sunday @mpkotabelud”
Below is the population chart of Malaysia based on our 2010 national census.
The three biggest states in the peninsula, going by the number of people, are Selangor, Johor and Perak.
In Selangor, the bumiputera population is 57.1 percent, in Johor it is 58.9 percent and in Perak 57.0 percent. Continue reading “Malays can rule on their own without sharing power with Chinese”