“This “good cop bad cop” game between the DAP and the MCA has gone on long enough. If Tiong Lai feels that people like me are going to take Ti’s and Ka Chuan’s bullsxxt lying down, they can go fly kites along with Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali, the man embarrassing our nation by clinging on to the office of Attorney-General (AG) as if it were his bedroom. At this point in time, I couldn’t be bothered if the general election were tomorrow or if the MCA decided not to contest at all”
THE THIRD FORCE
Chinese based parties in Malaysia have officially ganged up against the administration of Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak. Led by ringmaster Lim Kit Siang, both the DAP and the MCA have decided to put their weight firmly behind billionaire tycoon Robert Kuok, who MCA leaders have unilaterally named the “nation’s business icon.” Basically, what the MCA is saying is this – since Kuok is a successful billionaire, UMNO should kowtow to him and grant him immunity from any form of criticism.
Yes, the MCA has warned Malay leaders against criticising the Chinese magnate, who, according to Dato’ Seri Ti Lian Ker, is revered by people of all walks. But the MCA never uttered a word when Lim Kit Siang literally told Selangor’s Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah to butt out of state legislative matters. Why, does the MCA revere Kuok more than it does the Malay rulers?
And who on earth is Ti to decide if or not Kuok is the “nation’s business icon?” From where I stand, that billionaire is a coward who secretly funds both the MCA and the DAP from abroad while channeling much of his wealth to mainland China. Heck, he doesn’t even deserve to be called Malaysian – not only does he spend most of his time in mainland China, he stuffed the vaults of some DAP politicians who ended up turning the Chinese against the Malays and Islam. And here we have the MCA declaring that this fellow is so successful, he’s a “business icon” whose ‘reputation’ needs to be ‘protected’ at all cost.
Question is, are MCA politicians so destitute of icons that they’d place a billionaire who’s more or less a citizen of the People’s Republic above our own rulers and accord him untold prestige? I dare Ti to censure Kit Siang for disrespecting Sultan Sharafuddin back when Kajang Move was all the hype. I dare Dato’ Seri Liow Tiong Lai to reprimand Dato’ Seri Ong Ka Chuan for alleging that Nazri’s rebuke threatened to “sour racial relations” in Malaysia.
Seriously, how can Barisan Nasional ever trust a Chinese chauvinist like the clown above to represent its interests? I sincerely hope that the Prime Minister wakes up and makes damn sure that the name One Ka Chuan is struck off the list of candidates to be considered for the upcoming general election (GE14). I mean, we can’t have racists corrupting the minds of our voters now, can we?
Besides, if Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak were to confine MCA candidates to Chinese majority areas, we can rest assured that the risk of the party’s leaders sabotaging the ruling coalition like they did back in 2008 and 2013 will be greatly reduced. After all, I’m positive that the Malays will once again reject MCA candidates, particularly since its president literally threatened to go against the Prime Minister unless he rejected the Syariah Amendment Bill that Dato’ Seri Abdul Hadi Awang tabled in parliament on the 6th April 2017.
Am I right, Tiong Lai?
This “good cop bad cop” game between the DAP and the MCA has gone on long enough. If Tiong Lai feels that people like me are going to take Ti’s and Ka Chuan’s bullsxxt lying down, they can go fly kites along with Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali, the man embarrassing our nation by clinging on to the office of Attorney-General (AG) as if it were his bedroom. At this point in time, I couldn’t be bothered if the general election were tomorrow or if the MCA decided not to contest at all.
Heck, from the way they’re behaving, I’d be a very happy man if the MCA were to either disband or call it quits from Barisan Nasional (BN). I’d be very sad to see Chinese leaders who accord more eminence to billionaires than they do our rulers return as wakil rakyats on BN tickets. If Ka Chuan and Ti feel so strongly about Kuok, they should seriously consider booking the next flight to China and joining him there instead of feeding the media with toxic remarks against UMNO leaders.
And Kit Siang, do chip in for their airfare, will you?