Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Muhyiddin The Father Of Feudalism & Manipulation

Just see His draconian mindset coupled with lies, manipulation & feudalism! What Has UMNO done for The Malays in the last 54 years?! Only The Rich Malays have become Richer and the rest of the 90% programmed to remain stupid!

KUALA LUMPUR: Umno deputy president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin yesterday delivered a wake-up call to the Malays, reminding them that the coming general election was a do or die battle for the race.

He also did not hold back in attacking opposition parties and spared little venom in hitting back at them, especially DAP, for spreading non-stop slander in its bid to wrest power from Barisan Nasional.

Muhyiddin said Umno was facing a most critical situation and the party’s fate now rested on the outcome of the upcoming 13th general election.

“It is going to be the mother of all elections for us. Elections that are going to determine the future of the Malays. We have to ask if political power will remain in our hands or will we allow it slip away from us,” he said, urging party members to reflect if they were willing to see the opposition wrest control of Putrajaya and watch the Malays lose their political power.

Muhyiddin said the Wanita, Youth and Puteri wings of Umno should mobilise their entire strength to win support. He called on the three wings to work together and discard any differences they may have to ensure the party regained its strength.

On the candidates to be fielded, Muhyiddin told party members to have faith in the leadership to choose those who were qualified and accepted by the people. “The important thing is we must give undivided support to whoever is fielded.”

Muhyiddin said this in his speech titled, “Menunjangi Survival Bangsa: Satu Jihad” (Spearheading the survival of a Race: A Jihad) when opening the Wanita, Youth and Puteri Umno delegates conference at Putra World Trade Centre last night. Muhyiddin called on all levels of the party to embrace and ensure the success of the transformation programmes introduced by party president and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

“We cannot have anyone sabotaging or doing things which could jeopardise our chances of winning ... remember, the general election is a do or die battle for us... not for personal glory but for the sake of the party.”

Earlier, he outlined how the so-called political tsunami in 2008, when BN lost its two-thirds majority in Parliament and component parties were seen to be weakened, become the turning point in the country’s political landscape.

There was a perception that Umno was no longer able to protect the interests of the Malays, with some saying that it had done nothing for the Malays in the last 54-years.

“They also said Umno was a racist party, it had caused the country to become bankrupt and that we were anti-democratic.

Muhyiddin said even Najib’s recent pilgrimage to Mecca to perform the haj was not spared by those out to vilify him.

Training his guns at DAP, Muhyiddin said the party had shown no reservations in coming out with statements that insulted Islam and the Malays.

“From questioning the position of the Malay rulers to the special rights of the Malays and the status of Islam as the official religion of the country ... everything is being disputed and torn apart one by one by DAP.”

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