Sunday, September 27, 2015

Pasir Gudang MCA Youth Sever Ties with Najib Razak

In an inexplicable moment of bravado, Pasir Gudang MCA Youth division decided to sever ties with PM Najib Razak for defending September 16's Red Shirt rally.
MCA secretary-general Ong Ka Chuan was compelled to go on ‘damage control’ mode. He explained that the influential court of public opinion and pressure had prompted the division’s youth wing to act, and said MCA will forgive them.
Predictably, UMNO was upset. Johor UMNO youth chief Hahasrin Hashim urged them to immediately apologize and his counterpart in Pahang, Mohd Sahar Abdullah demanded the MCA president discipline the Pasir Gudang MCA Youth chief Cia Chow Hui..
That irked MCA Youth secretary-general Leong Kim Soon who ticked off Mohd Sahar and told him not to meddle in the party’s internal affairs.
UMNO refused to zip their mouth and UMNO Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin made the call to MCA Youth to probe the wing over the matter. He even said that if the MCA unit wanted to resort to such action, then it was best for them to leave Barisan Nasional.
Titiwangsa UMNO Youth chief Nazir Hussin Akhtar Hussin repeated Khairy’s call for MCA to leave the governing coalition. For sure, many in UMNO shared the same sentiment.

Nazir Hussin said MCA are not pulling their weight as BN’s second largest component party and he pointed to their flagging Chinese support.

He was stating the obvious. Of course, the Chinese are not so stupid as to support Liow Tiong Lai and his mongrels – even though they may be Chinese. Those UMNO bootlickers love nothing else than to sit under the table, waving their tails and waiting for the crumbs to fall to the floor.
They are shameless. I guess I can’t blame them. When you have nothing, be it intelligence, talent and balls, you amount to a big fat zero!

Besides, MCA have no choice. They can’t survive on their own. They have lost all self-respect. Therefore, it is better for them to be a tail-wagger than a homeless stray, right?
Nazir Hussin didn’t say anything new. He said what everybody knew all along. MCA have been roundly rejected by the Chinese – otherwise the Chinese community would not have turned their support to the DAP. I am not a DAP member but I support DAP. I daresay the MCA command at the very best, not more than 10 percent of Malaysian Chinese support.
After all, MCA’s departure would barely dent BN’s parliamentary numbers. But that’s not all.

Nazir lashed out at MCA Youth chief Chong Sin Woon for saying last month that party members could participate in the Bersih 4.0 rally – which had also called for Najib’s resignation – if they wished to. He labelled Chong’s statement “stupid”, especially when he had been appointed senator by Najib and given the post of deputy education minister.
The spat is likely to continue.
Celtic were held to a goalless draw by dogged Hearts in a Scottish Premiership game yesterday. The former peppered the Hearts goal with shot after shot from beginning to end without making the breakthrough.
Still, they edged a point closer to table toppers Aberdeen, narrowing the gap to only four points.
And in the EPL game, also on the same day, Liverpool found their winning touch when Daniel Sturridge scored his first two goals since March 2015 to give the Reds a 3-2 victory over Aston Villa.
Reds midfielder James Milner opened the scoring after 69 seconds against his former club from 20 yards. Striker Sturridge doubled their lead with a volley in the fifty-ninth minute following a one-two with Milner, but Rudy Gestede pulled one back from close range in the sixty-sixth minute. Within a minute, Sturridge scored his second from Philippe Coutinho's pass, but Gestede then replied with a fine header in the seventy-first minute.

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