The only way Malaysia can regain its former glory, be a peaceful, multicultural and multiracial nation is when the Malays do something about Umno-Baru. Bin it. Ban it. Oust the PM. Or turn your backs to Umno-Baru
We can live in perfect harmony. Bad leaders will divide us with the three Rs – race, religion and royalty, because when we fight against one another, only they will benefit.
Please remember that Umno-Baru is NOT the old Umno party which was started many decades ago. The party which your great-grandparents, grandparents and parents strongly believed in.
So for those of you who are Umno-Baru supporters, I know you do not like what Najib Abdul Razak is doing to the nation.
You have seen how former PM, Mahathir Mohamad and former DPM, Muhyiddin Yassin have turned against Umno-Baru.
One feels sorry for Mahathir Mohamad. OK. He may trying to put things right but when he was in London, he had a terrible cough which interrupted his speech. It is evident that he has not got rid of that cough.
He should be at home resting, but you, the unconverted, you should realise that something is wrong, when Mahathir and Muhyiddin are now rallying to topped Najib.
That can only mean one thing. Umno-Baru is rotten.
Rotten to the core.
Here is Muhyiddin’s rousing speech. Listen to him like you once listened to him, when he was in your party. Keep an open mind.
If he can turn and tell us, that we must put aside our differences and work to improve Malaysia, don’t you think that there is something wrong, with Umno-Baru and Najib Abdul Razak.
Do you like that Malaysians, from Perlis to the northernmost tip of Sabah are suffering? Do you like that a PM, whose gaji is around RM25,000 or thereabouts, can spend around RM4 millions on flowers for his daughter’s wedding? Some people cannot even afford to pay for their ailing, elderly parents food bills at the end of the month.
Have you a heart? Does it not make you despair, what Najib is doing to Malaysia?
You can help restore Malaysia to its former glory, but you must take that brave step forward. We cannot do it for you.
Like Muhyiddin said, “I must appeal to all of you (to) set aside all our differences, so that we may face (BN) on a one-to-one basis.
â€œWe want an honest and clean government.â€