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PM Najib racism tactic

Before playing the video-mull on the banner and the message.
Then ask whether if these demonstrators even know whats going on in the country and scandals of the current Goverment? Or do they even care !

Being Racist ? Politicians,some have personal lines of principles,Just depends on how far or how low they will draw the line. There are decent ones and more often than not , the other extreme,without ethics.

The race card to PM  Najib  is just means to an end…another tool in a politician's  arsenal of unethical , unscrupulous ,unprincipled political manuevering.tactics. 
And if being racist serves his purpose-then so be it- but then he can just as easily change his colours into a champion of multi-culturalism if it were to be flavour of the month..Clueless as to what consistent principles are..
And the red shirt rally proves that he has lost the moral mandate to lead a nation supposed to be built on moderation and multi culturalism..
He does not act like a PM of the whole country for all communities but seem to be merely PM for just a select narrow ethnic group even within his own political organization.

After the Prime Minister ditched moderation in his leadership by supporting the racially charged ‘Malay Red Rally’ last Wednesday, he can kiss goodbye to his Global Movement of Moderates. 

 Former Umno deputy minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Abdullah who is CEO of the Global Movement of Moderates Foundation told reporters that Umno must take a stand against division chiefs who had come out with controversial statements during the rally
 He narrowed in on Kota Bharu Umno division chief Datuk Mohd Fatmi Che Salleh, Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Jamal Md Yunos and Ketereh Umno chief Tan Sri Annuar Musa. 
In the run-up to the "red shirt" rally, Fatmi had made a fiery speech and led a group of Umno members as they burned effigies of DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang and of DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng. 
Jamal had challenged former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to prove his Malayness by attending the "red shirt" rally, while Annuar had said that he was a racist in accordance with Islam. "Make a stand, otherwise you are sending mixed signals to the public," said Saifuddin, adding that he did not agree with the leaders' statements.

No wonder a DAP  MP has called the Prime Minister a hypocrite

Evn factions in UMNO now seem to be using the Red shirt rally and the inflammatory racist theme as excuse to distance themselves.

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Umno Youth Chief Khairy Jamaluddin agrees with Umno deputy president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin in calling for all forms of racial provocation to be stopped.
Khairy said the movement did not wish to see any racial discord or other problems affecting racial ties.
"Of course, any form of provocation must not be condoned. This is our stand,

On Friday, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin warned politicians against using the race card to promote their own agenda as it would create anxiety among the people.
The former deputy prime minister hit out at certain narrow-minded politicians, accusing them of "trying to be heroes in their own community."
Muhyiddin said racial harmony in Malaysia should not be treated lightly as it could lead to mistrust among the people.

On a separate matter, Khairy said Umno Youth would not stop its members from taking part in any rallies or activities as long as they adhered to the law.
"If it is proven they have broken the law, action needs to be taken against them. 
We would not protect any members who have committed wrongdoings," he said.
Khairy said members who had taken part in the red shirt rally along Petaling Street and resorted to making provocative acts were no exception.
"Let the police investigate the matter," he said.

Umno Iron lady  veteran Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz has spoken out against racist invectives spewed at the “red shirt” rally in Kuala Lumpur on Malaysia Day, even as some of her party colleagues have tried to defend the gathering.
Rafidah took to Facebook again to stress that Malaysians of all ethnicities should not have to suffer prejudice as the ancestors of all communities, were migrants from other parts of the world.
“I felt sad for my many non-Malay, especially Chinese friends, many from my primary school days, when I saw videos and photos berating the Chinese community.
“We all have friends of ALL races and creed. We feel for them, especially when, just like us, they are trying to make a life for themselves and their families in THEIR COUNTRY... MALAYSIA,” Rafidah wrote in her Facebook posting -

.Justifiable in a way,for it sure seem to be political suicide to be associated with such extreme racial logic displayed,particularly when UMNO has maintained that it is leader of a multi ethnic coalition of political parties of BN.



Although Najib is so defiantly cocky about the Red shirt gathering ..