Wednesday, May 25, 2011

What's Up With Muhyiddin?

Tan Sri, Didn't your party & cohorts go to the extent of making police reports and threatening non malays that we should respect the constitution whereby only a malay can be PM? Hence DAP is respecting that by fielding in Malay candidates in respect of the Constitution, what's your issue now Tan Sri? You seriously have personal issues that i find rather troubling for a country like ours. Does the Constitution state that the PM & Government must be from UMNO?!

DAP has over the years become a Multi racial party for all (just like Gerakan), Many Malays are DAP members. This is a party that evolves with time unlike yours and your cohorts who have silenced and bullied MCA, MIC & Gerakan. If you truely believe in the true essence of democracy and if you have a clear thinking mind, you would know when to shut up instead of acting rather shallow.

MUAR: The Malays should not be tricked by DAP which is said to be planning to field Malay candidates in the next general election, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said.
He said the DAP’s political history showed the party had never fought for the Malays and Malay rights.

He added that the DAP had always disputed government policies that were aimed at helping the Malays and also disputed the rights of the Malays.

He said this after opening Surau Al-Amin and presenting land titles to villagers in Kampung Tulang Gajah near Lenga yesterday.

Muhyiddin was commenting on a recent statement by Defence Minister and Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi that DAP was drawing up plans to field Malay candidates in the general election.

On a separate matter, Muhyiddin called on opposition parties to submit proposals on ways to reduce the impact of inflation caused by rising world fuel prices.

“If they are smarter than the Government, and if they are responsible, please tell us how to do it,” he said.

He added that the Government had to take certain measures to reduce the impact of inflation caused by the high fuel prices and one way was to rationalise the subsidy schemes.

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