UMNO Not Racist? Joke of the century. The general election is definitely near. Please UMNO don’t fool us Malaysians. First, UMNO want to have NEP purported to raise their economic stature, then UMNO threaten to use the keris on us, Malaysians. Not once, now twice but many times in the last 30 years. We have been treated like trash and rubbish bin even though we called this country “Tanah Tumpahnya DarahKu”.
Power sharing? I see it as power tussle between mighty UMNO (don't you touch my area) vs MCA-MIC-Gerakan-PPP-and other political parties (don't kacau our political master) except for clever PBB (stay out UMNO to Sarawak)
Power sharing? I see it as power tussle between mighty UMNO (don't you touch my area) vs MCA-MIC-Gerakan-PPP-and other political parties (don't kacau our political master) except for clever PBB (stay out UMNO to Sarawak). Important Minister positions are never given to MCA-MIC and the other parties. I’m reminded by history where key important Minister positions are given to all race. Such as the position of Finance Minister to Tun Tan Siew Sin (for 15 years) and the first Governor of Malacca was Tun Leong Yew Koh. This is what I mean when one by power-sharing in Tunku Abdul Rahman's UMNO at that time. That was the UMNO that was not racist. Just because Ijok was given to a MIC candidate, Khairy says power sharing. That is stupidity of the highest grade. Please don’t fool us. We are Malaysians
----- Taken from the Star
Umno is not racist, says Khairy
KLANG: Umno Youth deputy chief Khairy Jamaludin has refuted allegations by the Opposition that the movement practises racism.
“I don’t understand how the accusation come about – calling us racist. In fact, Umno always emphasises on the power-sharing concept and history has proven it.
“Ijok is a good example, where an Indian candidate was nominated despite a Malay majority in the constituency. This had been repeated in many other constituencies.
“How can we be racist, when we are defending equality?” he asked after opening the Kapar Umno division youth delegates meeting here yesterday.
Khairy also said that Selangor did not need a comprehensive development blueprint from the Federal Government as it was already a well-developed state.
He said such development plans should be channelled to the less developed states such Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang.