Tuesday, May 14, 2013

You Can Instigate, You Can Incite But Malaysians Won't Fall For Your Despicable And Dastardly Machinations Anymore!

This ex judicial luminary (?) and current Malaysian Anti-Corruption complaints committee member must somehow have known or been assured that he would be immune from any form of action being taken against him for him to have dared utter the clearly provocative if not seriously seditious speech

Now, for an ex judge of the Court of Appeal to spout such incendiary speech in these days and age, speaks volumes of the level some Malaysians have allowed themselves come to, and much of the blame must fall squarely on the shoulders of the BN led government for its failure to curb racist extremism in one form or another.

BN, and particularly Umno, cannot escape censure for was it not Pm Najib himself who had tried to put a colour to the contentious GE13 results?

And wan't it him who had defended Utusan ("The Toilet Paper" to increasing numbers of Malaysians) for their incendiary article "Apa Lagi Cina Mahu?" ('What More Do The Chinese Want?") ?

Contrast what geniuses like the ex judge and Zul Noordin said, with what Anwar Ibrahim had to say - you get the sense that more and more sane and peace loving Malaysians, including many Malays, are abandoning BN and embracing the opposition coalition Pakatan for their moderate, responsible and inclusive platform.


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The bad guys can continue to do what they want, Malaysians aren't going to fall for their dastardly bait.

It wasn't like in the late 60s when people had no ready access to alternative news and the powers that be could just mould it anyhow they wanted and get away with murder.

They still do today, but it won't get them far.

We are sorry for you pathetic bunch of losers.

The harder you try to make us fight and hate each other, the more we Malaysians of all races will come closer to each other to make your day!

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