Ibrahim Ali returns Chua’s fire calling him “a leader with no morals”

KUALA LUMPUR: Perkasa president Ibrahim Ali has shot back at MCA president Chua Soi Lek, calling him “a leader with no morals” and accusing him of practising double standards.

Ibrahim's latest tirade was in response to Chua's statement that MCA would not be trapped into making him feel important by responding to his statements.

Chua had also said that it was Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and “not Ibrahim Ali” that Malaysians should support as leader of the nation.

Ibrahim acknowledged this but returned fire by saying that Chua was not a national leader either as had “only has 35% support”.

“I remind Chua not to touch the 30%-Bumiputera quota,” he said. “He should understand Article 153 (on Malay privileges) of the Federal Constitution before he can count himself among Malaysian leaders.”

Ibrahim went on to blast Chua for allegedly having two standards when it came to fighting for community rights. He said Chua saw nothing wrong with meeting non-Malay NGOs and issuing demands contradicting national policies.

“But when Perkasa fights for Malay rights, you condemn us and call us racist,” he said.
Ibrahim also took aim at Loh Seng Kok, MCA’s deputy publicity chief.

Earlier this week, Loh challenged him to come up with constructive suggestions to make 1Malaysia a reality instead of questioning Chinese support for BN.

“My answer to Loh is that MCA needs to learn how to uphold the country's basic constitution and stop falling into DAP's trap,” he said. “Malaysian Malaysia is not 1Malaysia.

“MCA should mind its language unless it wants to deprive BN of Malay votes in the next general election.”

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