Nga Kor Ming took the piss out of Dr Mahathir Mohamad recently by implying that the opposition-pact chairman will die soon.
The Perak DAP leader implied that Mahathir was being used by the DAP to fish for Malay votes ahead of the 14th general election (GE14).
Prior to that, P Ramasamy admitted that the DAP did not like Mahathir but was forced to use him for the purpose.
Both Nga and Ramasamy were tasked to perform damage control in a last-ditch effort by the DAP to prevent a mini-Chinese Tsunami in favour of Barisan Nasional.
THE THIRD FORCE
The DAP’s foul-mouthed candidate for the Teluk Intan parliamentary constituency, Nga Kor Ming, had the cheek to accuse Barisan Nasional recently of using fitnah to turn voters against the opposition pact.
This is the same fellow who’s first on scene whenever it comes to hurling slander against leaders from the ruling coalition. Yesterday, Gerakan president Dato’ Seri Mah Siew Keong was forced to lodge a police report against Nga over the latter’s allegation that he had applied to be an Australian Permanent Resident (PR).
If indeed Nga was telling us the truth about Mah’s PR application, why does he not lodge a counter report against the Gerakan president for faking a police report?
Get the drift?
And if you’re thinking Nga is only in the business of fitnah, think again.
A new video that went viral recently showed a coc*y and chauvinist Nga taking the piss out of Dr Mahathir Mohamad by implying that the opposition-pact chairman is likely to die soon enough.
In the footage, the Perak DAP leader is seen admitting that Mahathir is being used by the DAP, presumably to fish for Malay votes ahead of the 14th general election (GE14). This was attested to by the DAP’s P Ramasamy himself, who, in a recent ceramah, admitted that the DAP did not like Mahathir but was forced to use him for the purpose (see video below).
But Ramasamy did not take things as far as Nga did – the Perak DAP leader went so far as to say that Mahathir could “play Mahjong” with the late Lee Kuan Yew once the DAP was done using him. Tell me, is this the the kind of foul-mouthed breed you’d want representing your conscience in Parliament?
If the outbursts by these DAP leaders aren’t clear indicators that the party regrets having forged an alliance with Mahathir, I don’t know what is. It is an open secret that the former premier failed miserably at enticing the Malay electorate and may even have driven the Chinese away from the DAP.
And if that still isn’t clear enough for you, then let me make it clearer – both Nga and Ramasamy were tasked to perform damage control in a last-ditch effort by the DAP to prevent a mini-Chinese Tsunami in favour of Barisan Nasional.