Wee Ka Siong – pictured below with DPM Ismail Sabri today – has decided to stand beside the Muhyiddin administration rather than with Umno (which means by extension, MCA is not standing with BN).
I think he and his party have made the wrong choice. Continue reading “A time for choosing”
When Hadi Awang yesterday talked about “burung kasuari padang pasir yang menyembunyikan diri dengan menyorok kepalanya yang kecil ke dalam tanah, dan mendedahkan badannya yang besar nampak dari jauh mata memandang”, he could well be describing also the 95 percent Chinese polity.
Like ostriches burying their head in the sand, they’re still cursing and swearing hideously at the MCA while blind to the deep hole which DAP has dug for them. Continue reading “Tujuh dulang hati nyamuk and the broken bridge”
What happened was that the Malays – instrumentally Bersatu – saw DAP as a rampaging babi hutan and quickly turned tail.
Continue reading “DAP spooked the Malays, says MCA”
DAP vociferously argues that the Malay opposition (Umno, PAS) cannot win elections unless they have multiracial support from the voting public. That’s debatable.
When combined, the total votes for Umno and PAS exceed Harapan votes – for example – in the seat contested by Pribumi federal minister Rina Harun who holds the Rural Development cabinet portfolio.
Titiwangsa parliament result GE14:
- Pribumi: 23,840 votes
- Umno (19,701) + PAS (6,845) = 26,546 votes
Continue reading “Can Umno+PAS win GE15 on Malay votes? Yes”