Wednesday, December 11, 2013

(As) If Najib Is Right.....

Najib had asked where would the Malays be without Umno.

But where are the Malays with Umno around after 60 years?

Except for the fortunate few created millionaires, the average Malay is still struggling to make ends meet and wondering how to make it through the month with the ever rising costs of living.

But Umno would have you believe that without them, the Malays will disappear because there are sharks circling around to devour them.

Without Umno around the waters are just too dangerous for the Malays because the enemies are circling around just waiting to subjugate them. One bloke had even listed Singapore as a threat to Malay dominance.

Without Umno, there are no more Malays who can stand up for the Malays?

If Umno Malays should all kong, there are no other Malays around to look after the Malays?

How about the Pas Malays? How about Keadilan Malays?

How about the ordinary Malays in the kampungs, in the cities and everywhere else in the country?

Are these not Malays - they are the majority population of the country after all. All Umno members don't number more than 3 million anyway, even if you were to believe their boast.

We have a 29 million population and 60% are Malays.

So how will the Malays perish without Umno?

They will still be around, still the majority population.

And nobody else is going to seize their position.

There is still the Constitution.

And Pas Malays are not going to sit around quietly.

Or the Keadlian Malays.

And the ordinary Malays themselves. Don't forget them!

They are not going to sit around on their haunches and just wallow in self pity because their supposed heroes won't be around to protect them anymore.

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