No First Or Second Class Citizens In Malaysia. Only 1st and Economy Class?Yesterday I read about Muhyiddin Yassin, Deputy Prime Minister calling some Malays traitors.
He said, in the 52 years Umno had been leading the nation, the party had never forsaken the interest of the Malays but in fact had always and would continue to champion them. Muhyiddin added that what was also more worrying now was that there are some non-Malay quarters who were openly questioning Malay rights and privileges. "And what was even more disappointing," he said, "was that there was a small number of Malays who were acting as a thorn in the flesh". He urged the Malays to be firmly united against these traitors as they were obstacles to the progress of the Malays.
The DPM was criticised for making such blatantly racist remarks by the local media and pro-Opposition publications.
But our wise DPM also said that there are no first or second class citizens in Malaysia. He said Malaysia also did not have people who were marginalised or were purposely marginalised and in fact unity was the underlying theme of the 1Malaysia concept. Yes, I know. At first I thought he was talking about some other country but he did mention Malaysia wor.
Today, I read in the papers that our Prime Minister has come out and condemned 'certain leaders' for their racist remarks.
"Umno is not a racist party," he said. "Racist comments from “one or two Umno leaders” should be ignored because the majority of members in the party are not racists."
Najib reiterated that his mission as Prime Minister was to lead all Malaysians.
If this wasn't Bolehland, I'd be rejoicing in that statement. But since it is I am not sure I can believe it.
Oh well, it's only Monday. So I am sure there will be more 'surprises' as the week goes on.
Wait...wait...wait...I am not all that cruel la. To spoil your Monday like that so I'd like to draw your attention to something that will make you laugh. Might even be hysterical guffaws so please take care not to choke on your nasi lemak.......
Terengganu and the state government is coming up with innovative ways to improve sexual relations
Apparently, body odour, humdrum sex and boring pyjamas have been blamed for the high divorce rate in Terengganu. Authorities there are looking for ways to introduce exotic and sensuous fragrances among other things, that can arouse sexual desire.
Hiyah! Waffor want to be so difficult. Just stage a couple of Beyonce concerts in KT lor. Kao tim for sure one. You dinch know meh? Even those PAS Youth flers think that watching Beyonce perform will stir up the most inactive groins.
Welcome to the start of a 'normal' week in 1Malaysia.