It’s interesting to read a letter to Malaysiakini titled BN embraces Indians, Pakatan crucifies them.
Purportedly written by a Chinese it lambasted Pakatan Rakyat for looking down at Indians while at the same praising PM Najib sky high – yes I know, sounds familiar, doesn’t it ;-). Here’s what the writer stated:
Pakatan just felt that the Indians were not so important anymore as seen in the events that took place in Kampung Buah Pala.
We all can condemn as much as we want, but Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak definitely proved to be the better politician than those in the opposition - at least in Bagan Pinang - as he knew how to embrace and court the Indians. Whereas the opposition became too big-headed and discarded the Indians.
Now here’s another statement [inclusive of grammatical and punctuation errors as it was published], this time using that Hindraf supporters' favourite but totally biadap (offensively ill-mannered) word to describe DAP Indians like Professor Ramasamy:
Pakatan thought that through their ineffective Indian mandores, they will be harnessing support. They so naïve and blinded. Najib, on the other hand. inaugurated a runaway organisation (The Malaysian Makkal Sakthi Party) and better still, Dr Mahathir Mohamad endorsed it.
Yup, the offensive and boorish word is ‘mandore’ which is repeated in another subsequent paragraph.
Hmmm, so Makkal Sakthi is a 'runaway' organization eh? I wonder, with the employment of that terrible word 'mandore' and the simultaneous plug for Makkal Sakthi, whether there’s enough in the letter to suggest a strong but covert link between Hindraf and Makkal Sakthi, much as they may claim to be different? wakakaka!
And never mind that in the Kampung Buah Pala affair, under CM Lim GE and DCM Professor Rama, the KBP residents have benefitted from the best compensation scheme ever achieved for any squatters, the author, one so-called Wong Mun Chee ;-) persisted in describing Pakatan in the following terms:
As for Pakatan, it is a simple ego thing. The minute you talk about Kampung Buah Pala, they take a defensive attitude and crucify the residents there rather than working with them. They do this for their own deficiencies or ulterior motives.
And with so-called 'Wong' talking about ‘defensive attitude’ here’s the concluding paragraph in his letter:
And let me spare your mind a thing or two. Why does one with a Chinese name talk so much about an Indian issue? Simple, I am a Malaysian. My name does not matter but my intention for what the truth can do to better Malaysian society is more important.
Hahaha thou doth protest too much Wong!
Bravo and wakakaka