Sunday, May 19, 2013

So, Should These Chinese, Malays, Indians And Others Emigrate?

Even though the general election is over, Anwar still manages to pull in the crowds to hear him speak at the various Blackout 505 rallies held so far, including the one in Seremban.

Seremban is not a very big town, but still the crowd who had turned out was large.

What does it all mean?

What it all means is that many Malaysians are still unhappy about the outcome of GE13 which they feel had been stolen from them.

Should  all of them emigrate as Umno apostle Zahid Hamidi wants them to, simply because they are not happy with the results of GE13?

Many of those who had turned out for the rallies were Malays and Indians too. And they are all Malaysians.

Malaysians don't care if a party or coalition they did not vote for, had won fair and square and there had been no cheating, fraud or rigging involved.

But not, if they have reason(s) to perceive and/or believe that their votes had been stolen from them by cheating at the polls in whatever form.

More so where the announced winner had won on a minority vote in the circumstance.

They just want the authorities to look into the allegations of fraud and cheating, including the alleged use of foreign voters.

In fact, it would be honourable for the announced winner in such a contentious circumstance not to act arrogant and go on a imbecilic self-righteous campaign of demonising the Chinese for their poor showing at the polls.

It would even be more honourable in the circumstance, to call for recounts or re-elections.

And it would do well for Umno to admit that more Malays, this election, had voted for the opposition than for them.

Are you also going to demonise them as well?

Remember, you are just a political party and you do not have the prerogative to perpetual rule.

A citizen, whatever his or her race, has the constitutional right to vote whom he or she wishes.

The country does not only belong to you.

It belongs to all Malaysians - yes, including you guys!


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