Thursday, February 27, 2014

MCA Chinese are Vipers and Vultures









 


Image credit: http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/255180

On Sunday, MCA resolved to reverse a ruling that bars its members from being appointed to government positions, including the federal cabinet. One thousand, nine hundred and seventy-three party delegates voted for the motion and only five objections and four abstentions were recorded at the EGM. 

There were however, reports of some 400 unhappy delegates who walked out while counting was taking place when they failed to garner the support needed to hold a secret ballot. So I am not even sure how they could have a near unanimous vote. Something doesn’t add up. 

The result overturns previous decisions which had prevented the party from being represented in Prime Minister Najib Razak’s cabinet. And to think that the party made a pledge that it won’t accept cabinet appointments unless it improved on its election result – which had been a cornerstone of its campaign ahead of polls last May. Of course, holding the Chinese community to ransom with that vow will not produce the desired effect as GE13 results have clearly shown. 

It is an amazing feat because nearly two thousand Chinese shouted ‘No’ when Chua Soi Lek was in charge and now when Liow Tiong Lai takes over, there was a ringing ‘Yes’ response. It has nothing to do with serving the Chinese community but it is about a self-serving quest to seek power and with it, the attendant rewards. 

These Chinese have no dignity, no honor and no self-worth! They are nothing more than whores! In fact, labeling them as whores is probably a tad too polite. These are the Chinese who give other Chinese a bad name – they are the vipers and vultures in human form. 











Celtic's record run of clean sheets finally ended on Tuesday as they suffered their first Scottish Premiership defeat of the season.

Jonny Hayes opened the scoring for Aberdeen in the forty-first minute with a ferocious 25-yard pile driver. And then Adam Rooney’s header from Niall McGinn's cross gave their team their second goal four minutes later. Celtic’s James Forrest pulled one back in the sixty-second minute but that was all they could do and the Scottish Premiership game ended with a 2-1 win for the Dons.

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