Vote Ng Wei Aik for Miss Selendang beauty queen
The Miss Selendang title is a beauty contest open to Pakatan politicians.
When Teo Nie Ching was stared down by the religious authorities, she wore … (see main picture).
Hannah Yeoh loves the baju kurung and is often photographed wearing it; in the pix below she appears to be in a mosque (unlike Teo Nie Ching, she did her homework first).
As this blog has been saying, the non-Muslim Pakatan representatives have been putting on a show of being more Melayu than Melayu, more Islam than PAS.
So why is Ng Wei Aik (Lim Guan Eng’s political secretary) in the running for Miss Selendang? (Answer: Following the line of reasoning as above — Malaysian race politics solution: The selendang after the storm).
The pro-Umno blogs have had a field day labelling Ng as a ‘samseng’ and his YouTube put up by the Umno supporters has had more than 15,000 views.
“I apologise if I have said any words or made remarks, consciously or unconsciously, which has caused hurt to Syed Kassali, his family, friends and workers,” said Ng at the press conference.
“I also apologise to all the Indian Muslims in the country,” he added. –see ‘Komtar rep apologises over conduct during raid‘ (Malaysiakini, Jan 14)
Ng berani sumpah he did not utter any racial slurs against Indians. If that is true, then why any need to say sorry to ‘ALL’ Indian Muslims in Malaysia? The matter of his samseng behaviour is only between him and Syed Kassali, the mamak shop operator.
Hartal has covered Ng’s over-the-top behaviour before, when he famously denounced Najib Razak for the latter’s slow response to the Gaza flotilla episode:
“… one day soon after Israel’s military operation against the Gaza flotilla, [Ng Wei Aik] saw that his party, the DAP, had beaten Najib Razak to the clock. The prime minister was being tardy, Ng complained. ‘He took 12 hours to register his anger,’ a news portal quoted Ng on Najib’s remarks (the prime minister had twitted his response).”
Ng seems to think that he became Komtar Adun because the Palestinians voted for him.
As to his apology (Why? Mamak shop operators who put chairs and tables on the road are acting illegally, what), Ng’s higher-ups must have indicated that DAP badly desires the Muslim votes. Mamaks are Muslim too, you know.
So, would Ng look good in a selendang? Consider the following image then.