Here’s a cangkul, MCA
Go dig a hole and bury yourselves.
The MCA Youth wing in its resolution passed at the party AGM wants the government to disassociate itself from organisations such as Perkasa.
Yet Youth chief Wee Ka Siong in his speech — according to the press reports — failed to finger who the “extremists” and “extremist organizations” are.
Insider gives a stinging headline — whether intended to be ironic or not — to the story, i.e. ‘Be clear on extremist groups, MCA Youth tells BN‘. In other words, here is Wee saying “be clear” on the escalation of racism on the one hand, while at the same time, he’s too chicken to even name names.
MCA Youth wants “immediate action” taken to punish civil servants who make racist remarks. Let’s wait and see when ‘immediate’ will come, or if it’s to be like the ‘tomorrow that never comes’.
Wee also urged the BN central leadership to punish those who call for the abolishment of vernacular schools. He makes a reference to 1978 when “Sabah MP Mark Koding called for the closure of Chinese primary schools in Parliament. He was found guilty of sedition later”.
He wants “the BN central leadership to punish”? How, when the DPM-cum-Education Minister cannot, it seems, punish two school principals? Wee is asking for the moon.
There was apparently a recent call by the Malays Consultative Council, a group that includes Perkasa, to do away with vernacular schools.
Not too long ago, Wee wanted the Satu Sekolah Untuk Semua movement charged under sedition for the same reason. It didn’t take but a jiffy then for him to chicken out and drop the case like a hot potato.
Now in this MCA annual get-together, singing to the choir, Wee raises the issue again. We (no pun intended) don’t think the MCA drum-beating will go anywhere.
The funny thing, alternatively, does DAP have the courage to defend Chinese schools? It doesn’t seem to be on the DAP radar either. They’re too busy out-Islamizing PAS.