Friday, June 20, 2014

Is dUMNO "celaka"?

Rayer was supposed to have been charged for sedition for calling dUMNO "celaka"

dUMNO has been in power for so long that it surprises no one that its mind has become so cow-webbed  cobwebbed it can't see the phantoms lurking in its murky recesses.

To say that dUMNO is "celaka' (damned) is merely expressing how one feels about the party, not the same as damning the Malays. But dUMNO would not have it any other way.

dUMNO sees itself not only as a champion of the race, but as the race itself. How this quantum leap of ethnic faith (or is it fate, as dUMNO would prefer?) came about for what is quintessentially a political party serving its political objectives and nothing more, perhaps only the more intrepid or foolhardy or "jaik pa tai eng" (nothing better to do) anthropologist might assay to fathom.

The rest of us more discerning have better things to do.

One only needs to ask the Pas Malays or the PKR Malays and the millions of ordinary Malays who had not voted for dUMNo but for the opposition in Ge13 if they thought dUMNO represents them, not to say dUMNO equates Malays.

So, for dUMNO to assert that:

dUMNO represents the Malays=Malays

damning dUMO=damning the Malay race=sedition

just goes to show that dUMNO seems more like "celaka" (damned) than smart.

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