Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Of MCA Gerakan MIC BN "Single Party Coalition" Pm And Zahid Hamidi

After many years "fighting" for the "interests" of the Chinese, MCA has now fought themselves into a no-man's corner.

Do you die, don't do you die.

Better strip assets and close shop, MCA. No point being buried under the proposed single party BN.

Unless, of course, you are still trying to "fight for the 'interests' of the Chinese"

The same goes for MIC and Gerakan.

And come on lah acting Gearkan head, Chang Ko Youn.

We know that Najib is "the best and most qualified person" to head the single party BN "to protect the interests of all (emphasis mine) citizens" (Star 29 May 2013)

No need to bodek (curry favour) lah. It is all public knowledge what.

Wasn't Najib the one who gave birth to the "1Malaysia" child to unite all Malaysians?

And wasn't Ah Jib also the one who allowed his trusted deputy to give the child the whack of death?

And wasn't it Najib too, who immediately and wrongly attributed the blame for BN's poor showing at the polls on a "Chinese tsunami" that started off the madcap cacophonous chorus of race baiting including the infantile call for boycotting Malaysian Chinese businessess that he did nothing to put a stop to?

Wasn't Najib too who had allowed the cow-head incident to go unreprimanded, let alone punished?

Wasn't he the one too who had allowed Perkasa to threaten the Chinese and make all kinds of racial sound bites without so much as a reminder to the culprits to be a little more civil and Malaysian in spirit?

Wasn't it he too who had allowed the guru of Perkasa himself to stand as BN candidate in GE13?

And an Indian "basher" to also stand as another BN candidate?

We all know that Najib is pre-eminently qualified to be the unifying leader of all Malaysians.

There is singularly no dispute here as far as Ah Jib's multiracial credentials are concerned.

But still, we had rather you kept your snivelling opinion to yourself, lah.

And as for the man who suddenly discovered that Malaysia belongs to his grandfather, please stop at arresting those you think should just emigrate.

Please don't go harassing citizens who want to make police reports

You don't want the world to think that we are worse than some of the third world banana republics, do you?

Sorry, maybe you want to make a name for yourself and the country.

For wanting to make a name for yourself, we can't fault you.

But please not if you also want to make a name for the country.

At least, not the type of name please.

Leave Malayia alone.

And I DON'T mean for you to emigrate.

BUT if you want to do just that too, Malaysians have no right to stop you.

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