I'm gonna get you, you punk
Well, go for it then, here's my back
I can only draw two possible conclusions from that measly sum: (a) there are buckets of money behind the organizers hence the new party doesn't require financial support from its members, only their political and public-thus-moral backing, or (b) the party will have a very short span of existence before it reconstitutes or reverts into a former life-form, thereby extinguishing itself, wakakaka.
But wait, maybe there is a third possibility, it is blessed with both my two conclusions above, namely, that it has buckets and buckets of moolah and it will eventually, perhaps immediately after GE-14, extinguish itself after reverting into its previous life-form, wakakaka again.
In other words, the new party has a short-life mission and its current existence is only to gather support for its true aim, principally to launch a coup d'etat within an older party within a general election. and f**k those nons hanger-ons.
A coup d'etat within the older party?
Of course, as it's exclusive to only an ethnic group which coincidentally is the same with the party within which said coup d'etat will be launched.
Read also the sneers of Kua Kia Soong about the new party here.
Extracts of Dr Kua's article reproduced here for your convenient perusal:
Reformists must transcend 'race'.
It is time for Malaysians to reaffirm the non-discriminatory basis of the Federal Constitution and to uphold human rights principles which are strictly anti-racist.
Article 8 (1) of the Malaysian Constitution clearly spells out the principle of equality of all Malaysians while Article 12 (1) allows no discrimination against any citizens on the grounds of religion, race, descent or place of birth.
While it is widely recognised that racial polarisation exists in many Malaysian institutions such as schools, universities, the civil service, it must be stressed that this is not a “natural” consequence of a plural society.
On the contrary, through the years there have been deliberate attempts by those in power to create divisions among the people. There is general agreement that racial polarisation has its origins in colonial divide-and-rule strategy.
Obviously the new RM2-life-long-membership party is not non-discriminatory in accordance with the Federal Constitution.