Naturally Muhyiddin said that he is working to the PM’s proposal [and fuck Ong Tee Keat and Chua Soi Lek - who are these 2 blokes anyway?].
So ... fresh MCA party election eh?
Coincidentally, mind you, just bloody coincidentally, Liow Tiong Lai has also been demanding for fresh party elections.
Wow, what a fantastic one in a zillion coincidence!
See Malaysiakini’s Fresh polls only way out: Liow says it again where Liow boasted that Najib agrees with him a fresh polls is the only way to resolve the current crisis in MCA.
And of course Najib has dismissed the Ong Tee Keat-Chua Soi Lek’s greater unity plan [hey, didn't I just say: fuck Ong Tee Keat and Chua Soi Lek - who are these 2 blokes anyway?].
Just note: apart from Murugiah, the deputy minister from no party which in itself has been an unusual BN policy under PM Najib (Dei Kayveas apadah?), Liow Tiong Lai has gotten around to describing Najib as ‘our beloved PM’.
‘Beloved PM’ – it’s been quite a long long while since the death of almarhum Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra al-Haj that I’ve heard a Chinese politician state such a phrase. Unfortunately, unlike the genuine adoration for almarhum Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra al-Haj, the current description of relatively young Najib by both Liow and that Senator Nobody sounded sycophantic, obsequious and grovelling - yuuuuuuck!
But well done Liow! And by the way Koh Tsu Koon, could you bloody move over please, thanks.
So it looks like what UMNO sayang boy Liow wants, UMNO will go out of its way to bring about.
If Muhyiddin ‘breaks’ a few arms to give Liow exactly what he wants in the 7 days the former has set himself, when he should bloody butt out because MCA is (theoretically anyway) not a subordinate party of, but a component party in BN, he will confirm in no uncertain terms that MCA is nothing more than a subservient subsidiary section of UMNO, ...
... and the MCA can kiss 2013 goodbye completely, right now!
Now it's all up to Ong Tee Keat and Chua Soi Lek to hold on to their nerves, balls and backbones to show that MCA is a sovereign political party.