It is simply unacceptable for a leader who claims to be the Pm of all Bolehlanders to endorse a rally that was seen largely as seeking for the blood of the Chinese in a shameful attempt to shore up his dwindling Malay support.
Fortunately for Bolehland, Malays themselves are becoming more discerning and are no longer easily taken in by the lies of a Chinese threat to their dignity, position or political preeminence.
That was why only a small number had turned up for the Red Shirt rally, made up largely of die hard dUMNo supporters and their leaders who stood to gain or lose depending on the political fortune of their numero uno.
And, of course, those bussed in from the kampungs and perhaps also from the Felda settlements, possibly with the lure of free lunch, pocket money and sponsored t-shirts and the mat rempits who have nothing much to do at any one time except making a nuisance of themselves and being an easy lure for 'excitement'.
Constantly questioning the citizenship and loyalty of the Malaysian Chinese citizens and telling them to balik tong san if they are not happy and generally targeting them for their own failures, the dUMNo goons are not only making things look bad for themselves but also dragging down others who do no subscribe to their ideology of entitlement and easy life.
Maruah or dignity is not gained by blaming others for their own lack of effort and venture. Already privileged, these bunch of no-gooders should stop being cry babies and start working hard for their dignity instead of being rent seekers easily open to and susceptible to exploitation by their political masters.
Unfortunately, it has been the dUMNo culture to wave the keris for the Chinese blood as a political tool to shore up Malay support.