Thursday, 3 December 2009

Yippee!! It's the season for Umno's "May 13" rhetoric again ...

"We admit that we made a mistake,"
its secretary Nga Kor Ming said at the Parliament lobby yesterday.


The reports demonstrate how Utusan Malaysia
has somehow managed to turn a childish act into a racial issue.
Its 1 Dec 2009 editorial equated stepping on the photographs of
Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu, Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi and Hee Yit Foong
as tantamount to challenging the dignity of Malay Malaysian leaders.

Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil upped the ante even further
by calling the DAP's behaviour "extremely dangerous" and said it could lead to violence.
"What would happen if there are patriotic or extreme and hot-tempered Malay [Malaysians]
who use this as an excuse to rise up and take revenge because they feel their race has been insulted? Who would take responsibility if violence broke out?" she asked.

Barisan Nasional-appointed Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir
also couldn't help bringing up race in his comments.
He accused the DAP leaders of acting according to their racial political ideology,
which, he claimed, they had been practising all this while.


Bayangkan apa akan berlaku jika orang Melayu bangkit dan bertindak memijak pula gambar atau poster pemimpin-pemimpin Cina di negara ini. Tidak mustahil peristiwa berdarah 13 Mei yang menjadi sejarah hitam negara akan berulang ~Utusan Malaysia.

(p/s: no MAMAKS Malays were harmed during these demonstrations.
FRU was cool without the chemical shower and gas
But we have "Things" to keep you secure the "1-Malaysia" Way:-