Monday, November 23, 2009

MCA do not worry - UMNO will solve your internal problems

Yes, now it is the Deputy President of UMNO (the DPM) who is publicly humiliating MCA...

If an outsider is needed to resolve an internal problem, surely there could be some senior MCA member that could be roped in..

And even if the UMNO leadership was being called in, irrespective of the fact that it is PM and the DPM of Malaysia, they should have kept it quite least an effort not to embarass the MCA..but no they did not...

After all is settled, UMNO's dominance over MCA will be even more...

MCA...MIC - you still have not managed to get a DPM position - or at least the No. 2 position in BN. BN No. 1, No.2 and the Secretary General are still UMNO, is it not?

Maybe, it is time for MCA to be closed down - and its members can go out and find new political parties...

Or better still, maybe time has come to end all race-based political parties, and re-open that idea Mahathir once made, i.e. forming a new party called BN, which will be multi-racial and multi-religious, for this will be in line with his 1Malaysia slogan...

Or maybe, just open UMNO to all - it need no more be United Malay National Organisation - it could still be UMNO, and be United Malaysian National Organisation...

Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has given himself one week to resolve the problems in MCA.

He said a formula would be drawn up during that period to reach a consensus among the disputing party leaders.

NONEHe said a series of meetings had been held with several party leaders to discuss the crisis in greater detail.

"The task is not easy because it involves the interest of the party as well as that of the nation," he told reporters today.

He said he was given the mandate by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to tackle the problem by implementing pro-active measures as soon as possible to prevent the crisis from becoming worse.

The number two's remark comes five days ahead of the extraordinary general meeting (EGM) proposed by the faction aligned to vice-president Liow Tiong Lai.

Liow and his supporters have vowed to call off the EGM if the rival faction, headed by president Ong Tee Keat and his deputy Dr Chua Soi Lek, agree to holding fresh party elections next month.

Although conceding that a fresh elections is the best panacea for the impasse, Chua however wants the contest to be held next March while Ong remains vague on this.- Malaysiakini, 23/11/2003,
Muhyiddin reveals 7-day mission to fix MCA


Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


What a crying shame
With only others to blame
When you can't handle internal flame
That quickly burns away your old fame

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 291109
Sun. 29th Nov. 2009.

Anonymous said...

Walter Sisulu was a South African anti-apartheid activist and member of the African National Congress (ANC).

He was one of Nelson Mandela’s political mentors and his closest collaborator for half a century in the campaign against South Africa’s racist political order.

While Mr. Mandela was the public face of the African National Congress, by his own account he admitted that he rarely acted without first consulting Mr. Sisulu.


Currently, Malaysia is in dire need of capable, trustworthy, selfless and responsible leaders in the caliber of Mr. Walter Sisulu.

Sadly, nearly every leader of every political party, irrespective of race and ideology, is very much striving towards gaining popularity, solely, for themselves.

Let us ponder on the current situation plaguing the political party of MCA. We just could not comprehend the reason behind all these infighting among its top leadership. For what and for whose causes are these elected leaders fighting for, to the extent of discrediting each other, publicly?

We are left wondering on how one can remain a leader if the very element of leadership is neglected by creating factions among fellow members of the same community in order to pursue their personal agenda?

Leadership requires the maturity to set aside personal differences among fellow comrades in order to achieve common ground in serving those they represent and/or those who look up to them for guidance.

Unfortunately, what we are witnessing now before us is that these so called leaders of not only for the Chinese Community but the entire citizens of Malaysia by virtue of their Ministerial positions in the Government, are allowing themselves to be blinded by their quest for personal glory to the extent of seeking and inviting UMNO to interfere into the domestic affairs of MCA.

The dignity, pride and sovereignty of MCA are not only tarnished but unceremoniously lost and trampled upon in this great calamity. In any trial or tribulation, it is not an embarrassment to have lost, but to loose with our heads down is definitely humiliating. This dark episode in the glorious history of MCA is totally uncalled for and certainly not welcomed nor desired by its faithful members and the Chinese Community as a whole.

To say the least, this is a disgrace to the very community they were entrusted to lead and care.

For now, we leave these elected leaders with a note to reflect upon;

“ What have you brought upon is nothing but self destruction; for we do not have the wisdom to see it otherwise ”

Thank you.