They even urged him to openly condemn the former IGP and Perkasa if he is sincere about his political transformation programme.
The cry-babies quoted by Malaysian Insider for wanting the Prime Minister’s executive intervention included the DAP publicity chief , Tony Pua, and PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar.
I think, these great defenders of human rights and freedom should fight their own battle instead of trying to implicate the Government in their attempts to muzzle opposing views. I say, go fight Perkasa and Abdul Rahim yourself!
This is a free country, though people like Pua and Nurul Izzah (I hate to pick on her. She’s like “anak” to me. But she’s now a grown-up and an MP), think otherwise.
So, who are they to say that the views of Perkasa and Abdul Rahim are archaic, irrelevant and misguided?
No views and ideas are archaic, irrelevant and misguided if the people believe them and, I think, there are enough Malays out there who do.
What tragedy and what monsters are they talking about when there are non-Malay organizations in this multi-racial country of ours that fight exclusively for the rights and well being of the their own bangsa?
Of course, in the eyes of these pseudo liberals, whatever organizations and policies that favour the majority Melayus are archaic, irrelevant, misguided and monstrous.
Perhaps they do not realize that it is their constant mocking of things Malay and Islam that has given rise to these so-called archaic, irrelevant, misguided and monstrous Malay rights groups.
Maybe some Malays no longer believe in political parties and partisan politics. Maybe they too are becoming more like the Chinese who depend as much on their NGOs as they do on political parties that claim to represent them.
This is the poser that Umno, Pas and the Malay caucus of PKR may want to think about. Why do Malays joined Perkasa and attended “defend Islam” rally in Shah?
Maybe in their minds, they think that these Malay/Muslim parties are no longer committed to fighting for them and their religion.
And don’t tell me it is archaic, irrelevant, misguided and monstrous when the Malays protect and demand their rights, but fine when other races do the same. It takes two to tango. Comprende? Ada erti ka?