Not another one, Ahmad Ismail. Sigh. I wonder how much more dangerously disturbing remarks we have to endure coming out from this guy’s mouth. Sometimes being too passionate of own race also is not the cleverest thing to do especially when we are living in a country where we embrace multiracial cultures and practices,and multi religious beliefs. No man is an Island. Even Penang itself doesn’t consist of a single race, majority are Chinese dwellers and there are Malays and Indians too.
True UMNO is a party of Malay race, a party that is build to defend Malay rights from British Malayan Union. But that doesn’t give a license to any UMNO members to hurt the feelings of non-Malays. I am a Malay myself, and I believe Malaysia will not be Malaysia if we Malaysians do not observe and practice racial harmony and respect toward each others cultures and religious beliefs.
Ahmad, I know you are man of your words. But I am leaving you with this peribahasa from our nenek moyang, “Kerana mulut badan binasa”. I am a Malay and I DISAGREE with you, Ahmad Ismail.
Owh, to the guy who tore Tan Sri Koh’s picture, if ever I see your picture hanged on the wall, I’ll take it down and tear it into half too. Owh anyway, where on earth can i find that?
I strongly urge Pak Lah to take stern actions on both, well I just think that they need to be disciplined after this latest press statement.
Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi menegaskan beliau “sangat tidak gembira” dengan kenyataan Ketua Umno Bahagian Bukit Bendera Datuk Ahmad Ismail semalam yang menyalahkan Gerakan dan tetap mempertahankan kenyataannya yang berbau perkauman berhubung masyarakat Cina di negara ini.
“Saya sangat tidak gembira dengan situasi ini, Saya akan mengambil tindakan tegas berhubung perkara ini. Semestinya,”
And, I am happy that our Police and Armed Forces are forever ready to combat our ‘musuh dalam selimut’.
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.
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.