Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Last Throes Of Barisan?

As the 13th general election (GE13) draws close and Pm Najib can no longer delay calling for it as the law requires one to be called by April next year, the ruling Barisan coalition is now in an obvious state of panic.

So we have coalition partner MCA desperately trying to scare the Chinese into not voting for the opposition by claiming that a vote for the opposition is a vote for the implementation of hudud.

I am terribly sorry for MCA (the party the majority of Chinese Malaysians no longer consider relevant anymore anyway), the concern now is NOT about hudud.

The major concern now of Malaysian voters, the Chinese included, is a government that is largely perceived as corrupt, incompetent, irresponsible and thoroughly lacking in any good ideas on how to develop the country.

So MCA, no can do. Try harder.

Well, what about taikor partner Umno or their out-sourcerees, if you will excuse the term?

Well, we also don't buy into your spin that voting for the opposition is voting in a Christian government. No sane Malaysians, the Malays included, believe that DAP is a Christian party so why should it agitate to make Malaysia a Christian country?

The Christians form less than 10% of the Malaysian population. And DAP members are mostly Buddhists, Taoists or free-thinkers. They even have Malay Muslim members. It is really crazy to even suggest that they will be interested to Christianise Malaysia.

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