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08 November 2010

BN no place for racist leaders

Datuk Mah Siew Keong, the vice-president of Gerakan said that that leaders in the BN (Barisan Nasional) who are racists and goes against the fundamental principles of 1Malaysia should leave the ruling coalition because there is no place for such leaders. Mah who is also the Gerakan chief of Perak said that if such leaders are continued to be allowed to be in the party, it would only push the party further ‘backwards’.

He said “Barisan Nasional is talking about 1 Malaysia, so if our leaders keep on using that, people would say that ‘you talk but [there is] no action’. So I don’t care if it is a national leader, division leader or from Umno, MCA, Gerakan. I hope people who have racists view and backward-looking minds, if they do not believe in Barisan Nasional spirit and 1 Malaysia, then they should leave Barisan Nasional,” He also proposed that “BN to have its own disciplinary council to deal with those who incite racial hatred. Racism must be stopped and I think Barisan Nasional must take firm action.”


Something wrong with you there.. Let me clarify your statement.. If really BN not racist, why the hell you have UMNO, MCA, MIC? All of those parties should abolish and join as Barisan National..

Ok la, i believe you that BN is not racist.. Then why the hell DPM announces history subject is mandatory during UMNO meeting? Isn't it should be announced during BN meeting? You gerakan, mca, mic all know about it, stil trying to make 2nd class Malaysians stupid is it.. get out of here..

Zaid Ibrahim quits PKR

Datuk Zaid Ibrahim has called it quits with opposition party PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat). Zaid announced that he has withdrawn from the contest for the deputy presidency of the party and effectively quit all other positions he hold with the party. He said that this is because the party has a “leadership actively condones malpractices and electoral fraud to achieve its designed objectives”.

He said “I wish to announce my withdrawal as a candidate from the contest of deputy president of Parti Keadilan Rakyat and my resignation from all posts held in the party. I was offered to join this party under the belief that I could promote enlightened and progressive politics; nurture and develop principled political values and culture that I consider indispensable to the development of democracy and good governance in this country. I was mistaken. Over the course of the party elections, events have shown that the leadership actively condones malpractices and electoral fraud to achieve its designed objectives. I am certain that any political party with such hypocritical and false values will not be able to offer meaningful reforms to the people of this country. I have made this decision because there is no attempt on the part of the party leadership to address the various issues of manipulation and unfair electoral practices, although these issues were raised repeatedly,”

In his media statement, he added that “It is of utmost disappointment that I am unable to continue in this flawed election process. I remain committed to the Opposition’s cause and will continue to speak about the issues of the common people. Together, we will continue our unabated struggle towards a better government for the people. Finally, I hope those adoring fans of Anwar Ibrahim will no longer regard me as a ‘spoiler’ standing in the way of their march to Putrajaya. I wish them well,”


It is unthinkable that Zaid Ibrahim resigned as a member of PKR at this time when the party needed him most to chart to a new manifesto for the party. The in-fighting among leaders caused disaster to the party, For any survival series, mental and disciple must move as one to march forward to reach the destination of one's dream.

In view of Zaid Ibrahim's desire to fight for the rakyat to uphold justice,transparency, accountability, press freedom , he should not stand alone, It is more approriate for Zaid to join another coalition party under PR where there is more discipline among their leaders.

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