Wee Ka Siong's 'killing statement'

Posted: 07 May 2014 09:31 PM PDT

MCA deputy-president Wee Ka Siong is under fire for his statement yesterday that MCA will consider its position in Barisan Nasional if Umno supports PAS' 'hudud law' be implemented in Kelantan, a state it doesn't has any representative.

He shouldn't had said that.

'Considering its position with Barisan Nasional' is equal to 'leaving BN'. Most of all, it was a threatening remark to Umno and BN.

His statement came a few days after Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak said MCA was ready to re-join the Cabinet, probably be given a few ministerial portfolios.

MCA, he said is Umno's most important partner in Barisan Nasional, the ruling party, and the only way for MCA to champion the cause and rights of the Chinese is to be in the Cabinet.

It is regrettable that Wee uttered such words which can 'muddy the water'.

Some comments in the social media slammed him for being insensitive towards BN spirit of cooperation. There were also 'approval' for MCA to leave BN and merge with DAP, the Chinese-chauvinist party.

Wee failed to weigh the consequences of his statement but I hope he will amend it. How, its up to him...unless he really wants MCA to quit BN!

Be stern, PDRM!

Posted: 07 May 2014 11:10 AM PDT

It is a time bomb, fused by interracial and religious hatred, and before it turns into a tragedy, the government should chop off the bad roots.

The police, under Home Ministry must not anymore tolerate such sentiments, whether it comes from Malays, Chinese and Indians or by any Muslim, Buddhist or Christian.

And I am in full support of deputy inspector-general of police Mohd Bakri Zinin that his team will not compromise those who incite such sentiments.
Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Mohd Zinin said issues related to religion, tradition, origin and race should not be arbitrarily raised in order to become popular.
He said the force would act firmly under existing laws, specifically the Sedition Act 1948, against anyone who issued statements or acted in any way which could disunite the races in the country," he said in a statement.
He said this when further commenting on police investigations into Malaysian Muslim Solidarity (Isma) president Abdullah Zaik Abd Rahman under Section 4 (1) (c) of the Sedition Act today.
Earlier, Kuala Lumpur CID deputy chief ACP Khairi Ahrasa had said the Isma president was being investigated under the Act for inciting that the arrival of the Chinese to then-Malaya was a form of intrusion.
Yesterday, Abdullah Zaik on Isma's website at www.ismaweb.net viewed the coming of the Chinese to then-Malaya - after they were brought here by the British colonialists - as a form of intrusion to this country and considered them as ungrateful.
His statement was in reaction to the opponents of the proposal to implement the Islamic law, Hudud, from among the non-Muslim groups. - BERNAMA
I personally would like to see the police take stern action on those involved.

Those people need to be further educated about multiracial Malaysia, its sensitivity and sentiments. While there are adequate proper channel to avow our dissatisfaction over some issues, it has been a 'free for all' for Malaysians of late.

There are things we can voice out in an open forum but others must be resolved behind four walls. If the current trend continues, Malaysians can expect 'a civil war' soon!


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