A pariah govt and police that endorse mob culture
WATCH the video clip and imagine what will happen to this group of mobsters if they were doing the same outsie Menara Umno.
If this video clip is not convincing to Malaysians that our 55-year-old Umno-led Barisan Nasional (BN) is rotten to the core, what is?
This type of idiotic government which endorses a mob culture has lost its credibility and wisdom to govern. No wonder the crime rate in the country is high.
To the world, seeing such mobsters given the freedom to go on a rampage as they like without any police action, Malaysia is a confirmed pariah state with a pariah police force that serves only BN-Umno, not the rakyat.
Nutty BN leaders who bring shame to rakyat and country with their misbehaviour. Are Malaysians proud of them? If not, why are they still voting for them to be their leader?
PKR or Pakatan Rakyat (PR) are doing the right thing by not responding mob behaviour with mob behaviour.
We do not need to go down to this level to win the hearts and minds of the rakyat.
Malaysians have seen enough of such antics from the birth of the racist and Taliban-like Perkasa.
The rakyat is mature and wise enough to judge who is politically more mature and competent to govern Malaysia after the 13th General Election.
Surely, Malaysian will not want to support such mobsters who are supported by the ruling BN-Umno government.
It is Umno Malay culture, not PKR Malay or PAS Malay culture.
Such rascals and their masters are unfit to be given any responsibility in socio-economic nation building.
They should, instead, be sent for rehabilitation like we do to wayward teenagers.
Malaysian justice! One for the rakyat another to protect BN cronies.
Parliament is set for automatic dissolution on April 28, 2013.
As the political noose tightens on BN-Umno, such mob culture is expected to be staged by the irresponsible BN-Umno, exposing their fear of losing the rakyat’s mandate to govern Malaysia.
With PKR, DAP and PAS winning the popular vote, why then is BN still able to form the government? With help from the Election Commission which has for the past 55 years ignored the fact that a constituency with more than 80,000 voters won by the Opposition remains untouched as one voice in Parliament but many constituencies won by BN-Umno with only 10,000 voters also have one voice in Parliament.