Monday, August 28, 2017

Malays Don't Need UMNO

Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar Mohamad Hassan (right), who is also an UMNO supreme council member, had candidly told the party faithful that Malays don’t need UMNO anymore.
Damn right because the Malays have become a lot smarter.
UMNO have always been repeating the falsehood that if UMNO are defeated in a general election, Malays will lose political power and become strangers in their own land.
Mohamad was quoted by Malay daily, Sinar Harian that UMNO could not afford to cling stubbornly to the belief that Malays will support the party. He said UMNO must desist from repeating "that the Malays need us”.
In his speech at the Sembrong UMNO delegates meeting on Saturday, he debunked the myth that UMNO was Malay and Malay was UMNO – saying instead that it was UMNO that needed the Malays for their continuity and not the other way around.
The political reality is that the Malays have at least 3 other choices. PAS, PKR and Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia are all vying for the Malay vote.
UMNO are not the only one that Malays could count on to uphold and fight for their rights.
The Malays should know that the Chinese have given up on MCA a long time ago. The same with Indians and MIC. It is now Malays who must sever their umbilical cord to UMNO.
It’s time to break free from UMNO and be independent.
In the Scottish Premiership match on Saturday between Celtic and St Johnstone, the latter looked to have ended the Scottish champs’ incredible 15-month unbeaten run – when Steven MacLean made his kick count in the thirty-ninth minute.
But the Celts refused to stay down. Callum McGregor's seventy-ninth minute strike rescued a point for Celtic and kept his team’s unbeaten run going another week.
A close shave.
In the EPL game between Liverpool and Arsenal on Sunday, the former easily won 4-0.

Liverpool didn't just beat Arsenal. They thumped them. Trounced them. Torn them apart.

The four goals came from Roberto Firmino (17), Sadio Mane (39), Mohamed Salah (56) and Daniel Sturridge (77).

Liverpool were absolutely brilliant, no question. The pace, the power, the movement.

Daniel Sturridge's 100th goal

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