Chua, MCA selling out the rights of Chinese and others

November 30, 2011

Isn’t it now crystal clear the shameless and scandal-tainted MCA president Chua Soi Lek will sell out the Chinese and his soul just to remain in a position to enjoy the crumbs thrown out by the racist Umno?

Not only Chua but the MCA itself will do the same for its survival or to remain Umno’s favourite lapdog.

The MCA challenged the DAP to name a Malay prime minister and so it did, unconditionally, that Anwar Ibrahim would be endorsed as their leader.PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) Youth chief Shamsul Iskandar Akin, at the youth wing’s recently concluded annual congress, then challenged Umno to amend the federal constitution to guarantee the prime minister would always be a Malay.

This was followed up by Pakatan Rakyat (PR) boss Anwar that even if Umno dared to table such a bill in Parliament to amend the federal constitution, the PKR and the PR would not support it.

What Anwar did was to publicly state clearly that the PR (comprising PKR, DAP and PAS) respects the federal constitution and that race and religion have no place in today’s domestic politics.

Anwar’s courageous and swift stand on the issue shows his and PR’s commitment to really realise a 1Malaysia progressive nation, unlike Umno and BN. Umno and BN just don’t have the political will to change for the benefit of Malaysians and Malaysia.

Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s “I am Malay first, Malaysian second” stand is clearly racist, putting race ahead of the broader interest of a united nation.

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s refusal to tick off his deputy for failing to support his own 1Malaysia rallying call makes Najib seen as not only a political coward but also insincere in his political statements.

Now, back to MCA, and what did it do? Chua openly sold out the Chinese and all Malaysians by trying to defend Umno.

Unlike Anwar, a Malay who dared to show that he is a Malaysian with “demi negara” (for the country) in his heart, Chua, without an iota of conscience for the Chinese and others, proclaimed: “The prime minister will be a Malay.”

Of course this lapdog leader and party have to ignore the federal constitution and come out to sell out the rights of the Chinese and others for Umno.

Umno cannot possibly move such an amendment, not just yet, because the non-Umno and non-Malay coalition parties in Barisan Nasional (BN) will be digging their own graves if they support such an amendment to sell away the rights of their communities.

Not just yet because Umno is too weak and does not have the two-thirds majority to make such an amendment now.

I shudder to think what will Chua, MCA and other BN parties’ stand should such an amendment be tabled by Umno in Parliament.

PKR vice-president Tian Chua was quoted as saying: “Yes, Shamsul turned the tables on Umno. Umno is always going on and on about being the champion of the Malays. Let’s see how far they dare to push this narrow, racist strategy.

“It is good and timely for the Umno general assembly to awake to the ‘sandiwara’ of their leaders. Let’s see what excuses Najib and Muhyiddin come up with.”

For our future generations and the country, Malaysians must use their ballots wisely in the next general election to help Malaysia recover from the ills of a corrupt government, before it is too late.

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