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PM Najib is Prime Minister for Malay, Indian, Dayak, Kadazan, etc. except Chinese

najib not a PM for Chinese

Instead of sending a strong protest (or even pull out from BN) agains PM Najib’s remarks, MCA is again polishing UMNO’s ball to keep two ministerial posts given to them.

MCA, let stop living like a beggar. This is main reason you are rejected outright by Chinese for no holding political principle.

Basically PM Najib was telling we Chinese that he is a Prime Minister for all races, except Chinese because we did not vote for BN in the general election.

I should stop calling him PM Najib, but Encik Najib because he is no longer a Prime Minister for Chinese.

Premiership is not appointed by BN or UMNO, but by our king. Najib discriminates Chinese out of political revenge is obviously against the oath he took when he was became Prime Minister. A PM must treat all rakyat (no longer voters after the general election) fairly and equally.

Can our king sacks him for discriminating Chinese?

Chinese had given BN the overwhelming support in 1999 and 2004 general elections. Did UMNO increase the number of minister posts for MCA to appreciate Chinese undivided support for BN?

After the election curtail was falling, Dr. Mahathir did not hide his anger against Chinese voters by labelling them, the communists for demanding too many appeals from him before the election.

Since less than 50% Malays supported BN in 1999, by right the PM post should be given to MCA after UMNO was losing the majority support from Malays.

The message from UMNO is straightforward and clear for MCA and Chinese society.

No rewards for Chinese to support BN, but Chinese will be punished for not support BN.

On NST’s front page, the blurb read: “On the demands made by the Chinese community, Najib said they should reciprocate by supporting BN rather than present their demands to it but end up supporting the opposition”.

In its report inside, NST carried his quote “As chairman of BN, I would like to do more, but I need the Chinese to continue supporting BN.

“MCA, on its part, must continue with efforts to regain support of the community”.

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