Sunday, October 6, 2013

May 13 Again Ibrahim Ali? You May Be Right!

It seems that if you need someone to push your right wing Malay agenda, you could always rely on Ibrahim Ali aka Ibrahim Katak to some, to do the rubble rabble rousing for you.

Some say that this guy is the champion of the champions. I don't know. Championship of anything or any cause, is not my cup of tea tarik. Or kopi 'O'

But obviously, someone or some powerful quarter is behind the man whom the less kindly disposed call The Frog.

A frog can be turned to a charming prince. But few will bet that that is a reality that is going to transpire any time soon with The Frog.

And this guy is going at it again it seems.

Will another race riot happen ala May 13?

And for the reason cited?

MAYBE or MAYBE NOT.

Even the Malay 13 riots were not so much racial in nature as much as they were desperate attempts, many now believe, by certain quarters to make Tunku look bad.

Notice that the so-called racial riots against the Chinese only happened in a few areas of the Federal capital.

If the Malays as a whole had been against the Chinese, the riots would have certainly been more wide spread and likely to have spread throughout the peninsula.

But few will not now wager that it is Umno and the Umno led government that the Malays will be rioting against if a riot is to happen this time, for failing to uplift the Malays economically despite all the 40 so years that the NEP has been in existence to help them?

What has gone wrong with the Malay affirmative plans?

Where has all the wealth gone to?

Is the average Malay really helped or are the real beneficiaries of the NEP the Umno elite Malays instead? The politically connected, cronies and families?

Is the Umno led government finally acknowledging that they had failed? If the average Malay has been helped, why is there a need for BEEP?

Or is BEEP another excuse to ride the final gravy train for the Umnoputra Malays?

Yes, Ibrahim Ali, you may be right.

But this time it could be Umno, who is supposed to represent the Malays, and the government that it leads, that the Malays may be rioting against.

Stop making excuses.

And stop making a fool of yourself.

We know that you are a funny guy.

But a poor entertainer.

And certainly not so brainy.

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