DPM Muhyiddin asked: Is violence a PAS culture in relation to alleged PAS aggression during the Galas by-election.
Meanwhile, we read too in Malaysiakini of Ng Suee Lim, the DAP representative in Sekinchan being bashed in Tanjong Karang, allegedly by 30 UMNO members.
Noh Omar, the Agriculture Minister said Ng got what he deserved for ‘coming into someone’s territory’.
Ahem, who was it that Muhyiddin asked whether violence was part of their culture?
Meanwhile in Penang, Mohd Ghani Abdul Jiman, the VP of the Komtar Traders Association and also UMNO-ite challenged DAP Ng Wei Aik to a fisticuff.
Now, who was it that Muhyiddin asked whether violence was part of their culture?
And of course we already know that the brother in law of Teoh Beng Hock was brutally shoved to the ground by Senator Heng’s minders. Chua Soi Lek refused to apologise for MCA’s thuggish behaviour in spite of photographic evidence of the MCA’s hooliganism. Maybe he wanted then to be on DVD before he would accept the truth?
Err ... what was my question again?
Finally but not the least, who was it at the recent UMNO general assembly who talked about 'crushed bodies' and dire consequences if UMNO's special privileges were questioned?
Muhyiddin, any more questions?