Tuesday, 7 May 2013

CHANGE!!! CHANGE TO A GOVERMENT WITHOUT POWER SHARING WITH THE CHINESE

DAP SHOULD NOT BE LURED TO ARAB SPRING
The call for CHANGE by DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang to the Chinese community in the 13th general election has actually motivated the Chinese community to come out in full force to vote, in fact, some return from abroad, especially from Singapore.

They want to make a change through the BN government’s democracy which they regard is dominated by the Malays, pro-Malay and is not fair to all races.

They get the confidence from the Tsunami 2008 which deprives the BN government of the two-thirds majority and increases DAP’s representatives in the state assemblies in some states, as well as gives power to DAP in Penang. Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has proven his capability to be the voice of the Chinese community without considering the sensitivities of other races.

The Malays are lured into the trap of Guan Eng’s political game by giving stern and angry reaction which further convince the Chinese community that Guan Eng is a Chinese warrior.

Although DAP will not be appointed a prime minister in a Pakatan Rakyat government if it gets more seats than PAS and PKR in yesterday’s election, and gives the post to a Malay from one of the parties, for certain the person will be made a tool to achieve its Malaysian Malaysia policy.

Indeed the Almighty is great and does not allow it to happen. BN is returned to power with 135 seats. This must be very disappointing to Anwar Ibrahim who has booked Putrajaya  and DAP which has promised changes to the Chinese community. Anwar’s disappointment is obvious when the opposition pact plans to stage a gathering to protest the 13thgeneral election results in Kelana Jaya this Wednesday.

Will the Chinese community , who is now disappointed because the change they expected does not happen, participates in this gathering. The BN government , which will be formed, is likely without sharing with the Chinese.

Perhaps the government to be formed is a government that will comprise Malays and shared only with the Indians because MIC has refused any post in the cabinet. Indeed, MIC deserves to be given a place to repay the deeds of the Indian community.

What the Chinese get is not a two-party system as promised by Pakatan Rakyat, but a two-race government system.

Whatever happens is not because of Barisan Nasional’s doing, but a change made by the Chinese themselves. Barisan Nasional cannot be accused of being racist  if a Chinese is not included in its cabinet. This happens because of the narrow-mindedness of DAP which Chinese chauvinistic and its polarization policy.

DAP does not take seriously the statement by MCA to not accept post in the government if the party does not do well.

In a statement after the dismal performance by MCA in the 13th general election, its president, Datuk Seri Chua Soi Lek said that MCA would hold firm to its decision to not any post in the cabinet if the party could not do better than in the 2008 general election.

He is disappointed with the Chinese in thinking that their support for DAP will change the government., but what happens is that the Chinese are helping to form a Malay government under the two-race system with the Malays on the government side and the Chinese on the opposition side.

To comfort the Chinese who regretted what they have done, it is then apt for DAP, at a time when the situation is still hot, DAP should not be lured to stage the Arab Spring which could create chaos.

Certain quarters are instigating the people to save himself from the sodomy case which is still not settled.

The person concerned has also announced that BN wins because of fraud. If that is so, what about the the opposition government in .Penang, Selangor and Kelantan. Do they win because of cheating?

DAP should help the government restore racial integration among the people and to not instigate them as it can be destructive to the country’s stability to ensure a conducive business environment  which is required by the business community, especially the Chinese.’


COMENT FROM OUTSYED THEBOX:

My Comments : I for one am really sad to see Dato Seri Chua Soi Lek go. He is a true Malaysian. He was a very capable Minister of Health and was well regarded by doctors and nurses all over the country.  

The MCA has made up its mind that there shall not be any MCA representatives in the Cabinet or any of the BN controlled States in Malaysia where MCA is a partner. This will include Perlis, Kedah, Perak, Terengganu, Pahang, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Johor. 

This will be the first time in the history of Malaysia since 1955 that there will be absolutely no Chinese Ministers in Cabinet or Chinese EXCOs in eight States in the Peninsula. 

I am sure that the  Prime Minister, the Cabinet and the Government will continue to look after the interests of the Chinese community. This has nothing to do with whether  many of them voted for the BN or not. That is party politics.

The Government and the Cabinet will look after the rights of the Chinese community just like any other community because they are all citizens of Malaysia. Period.  


















1 comment:

  1. sabah RCI, lahad datu, china doll, sumpah saiful, saiful's father double u-turn, yuktes confession among others. no wonder that person is trying to instigate the rakyat.

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