No wonder some quarters are calling them Malaysian Chau-Kau Association (running dog - literal translation).... and they lived up to their reputation. HERE.
PETALING JAYA, MCA Youth chief Datuk Liow Tiong Lai said the party would view the talks between Umno and PAS from a “very open-minded perspective”.
“We see it as an effort to unite the Malay community. It’s a sign that the party leadership is taking unity as a matter of utmost importance,” he told reporters after launching Pharmaniaga’s Excellent Vendor Awards ceremony here yesterday.
“We all want unity, we all want harmony and stronger cooperation for the benefit of the rakyat,” he said.When they are needed to make a statement to do the bidding of their political masters, you can count on MCA and MIC to do it with excellence. This time round Liow Tiong Lai came out in defence. But with 50 years of 2/3 majority, I would take that as harmony and strong co-operation.... what have we got to show for it?
While BN has been criticising PR in their effort to get MPs from Sabah and Sarawak to hop border on treason. Jumping to PR means denying the fact that these MPs stood on BN's ticket and thus has betrayed the voters choice.. blah.. blah... blah.... money involved blah blah blah..
There they go courting PAS promising MB deputy MB and deputy PM 2 position and all and its on the basis of Malay unity. Isnt that corruption at its best? Won't PAS also be betraying their electorate? What the hell are they talking about?