Friday, June 21, 2013

Black 505 Padang Merbok Rally And Umno

The Black 505 Padang Merbok Rally in KL tomorrow, is the culmination of a series of nationwide rallies to protest the outcome of the 13th general election which the rakyat feel had been stolen from them.

It started off with the massive turnout at the Kelana Jaya Stadium in Petaling Jaya and at all the venues the protest had been held. it had attracted large multiracial crowds.

In fact, in the more rural venues like the ones in Perlis and Kelantan, the crowds that had turned out were largely Malay.

Funny thing, Mahathir was "colourblind" to see only the Chinese section of the multiracial crowds that had turned out at each of the venue that the protest had been held.

Umno can continue to bury their collective head in the sand for all that Malaysians care, and continue to point the finger at the Chinese for their failure to win the majority of Malay votes.

How the minority Chinese can be blamed for Umno's declining support from the Malays, perhaps only a mad Umno scientist can help explain.

In fact, Umno can do Malaysians a bigger favour by burying themselves six feet underground.

56 years in power, Umno's mind has become addled and they they can't see beyond their nose and the money sign.

Wasn't it the great man himself who had lamented and shed, some claim, crocodileian tears over the evil of money politics in Umno?

The tunnel vision that Umno has been reduced to is called the world's best democracy in practice ala Najib & Co and anything outside of it, is considered inimical to their and allegedly Malaysia's interest and must be opposed and disposed.

For all Malaysians care, Umno can outsource their dirty tricks department to do the bidding for them.

Malaysians no longer fall for religious and/or racial baiting.

Nobody reacted stupidly to the burning of the churches or to the cow head and pig head incidents.

Umno's failures are their own.

Loudly proclaiming their role as the protector of the Malay interest, Umno has only succeeded  in creating a divide between the rich and super rich connected Umno Malays and the rest of the Malays.

Forty years after the launch of the NEP (New Economic Policy) designed allegedly to help the Malays, the Malays are still struggling to make ends meet and have to rely on handouts like BR1M?

What is Najib & Co trying to tell the people?

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