This is what the ARmed Force Chief says : "Racial issues are the most feared by security forces as they could lead to chaos. They are a security threat".
And Rafidah says this : "Malaysians should not question each other's racial backgrounds and issues regarding nationality and loyalty"
Well firstly I must advise the two very senior Malaysian to tell it to Ahmad son of UMNO. He was the one who started the spark by telling history and affirmed it by calling me "Penumpang" and "Pendatang". It was he that ignited the fire and raising racial sentiment not the reporters. It was he that affirming it and arrogantly declared that he did NO wrong supported by the other UMNO Penang branches and divisional head.
So who is MORE wrong? Well, I can say that many people heard him said that during the Permatang Pauh "bye-bye" election. And the whole world heard him uttered those words during news at either TV3 or NTV7.
Still denying? Oh I forgot, we are in Bolehland.
----- taken from the Star
KUALA LUMPUR: Armed Forces chief General Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Zainal has proposed that the Government take stern action against those who stoke racial sentiments.
He said racial issues should not be raised as it could create chaos and disorder.
"Racial issues are the most feared by security forces as they could lead to chaos. They are a security threat," he said at the Wanita Umno Hari Raya contribution presentation to the Armed Forces and the police at the Putra World Trade Centre here on Tuesday.
Speaking at the same event, Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar said street politics is under control and peace is upheld.
He added that the police force is in a state of readiness to face such occurrences.
"We are ready to work day and night, rain or shine, without food and drink to ward off such threats," he said.
Earlier, Wanita Umno chief Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz said Malaysians should not question each other's racial backgrounds and issues regarding nationality and loyalty.
She also said that street demonstations and the mob spirit should be rejected as it affects public peace and security.
Rafidah added that this would further burden the police which already has the task of maintaining public order and combating crime.