Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Najib, dUMNo And Racism

Ah Jib said that dUMNo is not a racist party and has never been one.

Someone must remind the Pm that it was his cousin and current defence minister who had waved the keris seen as threatening the Chinese. And there was even a rumour that he himself had once done that.

And what about the red shirt rally that he had endorsed where there were incendiary and racist chants, including calling the Chinese pigs and immigrants who should not expect equal rights?

That says a lot about racism and racist leanings.

Unless, of course, the Pm is insinuating that he is not a dUMNo man. And neither is his cousin.

Or that the Chinese are not a race.

Either way, that is also saying a lot about the man.

Is he sane or is he delusional or being deliberately misleading?

We now even have a dUMNo leader who says that Islam permits racism.

Now you wonder why the rest of the world's perception of Islam is such a negative one.

These guys should desist from playing with fire and treating Bolehlanders like they are fools - they should seriously start behaving like leaders they want others to believe that they are.

Bolehland does not belong to them like it is their personal fiefdom to do as they please.

Bolehland belongs to all its citizens.

And they say a resounding NO to those who would try to create division and strife between the races for their own selfish purposes.                                                                            

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