Monday, April 26, 2010

Trend pengundi kaum cina sudah berubah.......


Politik kaum cina tidak sama dengan politik kaum melayu dan india. Kaum cina berpolitik untuk mencari keuntungan. Dimana mereka boleh nampak ada jalan untuk mengaut untung, disitu mereka akan memberi sokongan penuh.

Setelah mereka mendapat untung besar (menguasai ekonomi negara) kini mereka ingin pula menguasai politik.

Kaum cina ini sudah terlalu banyak mendapat untung semasa mereka menyokong BN. Pada PRU12 yang lepas mereka telah membuat satu ujian terhadap senario politik di tanah air kita. Mereka telah keluar ber ramai2 dari MCA dan Gerakan, mereka menyokong DAP pula.

Hasihnya, mereka berjaya menawan P Pinang dan hampir menawan Perak. Kini mereka sudah merasa lebih selesa berada dalam parti lawan iaitu DAP. Sebenarnya MCA, Gerakan, PPP atau MIC cuma tinggal nama parti nya sahaja. Hampir semua penyokong2 nya sudah berada dalam DAP.

P94 Hulu Selangor telah memberi gambaran yang jelas dan nyata, kaum cina sudah tidak memberi sokongan penuh kepada BN. Berkenaan kaum india pula, mereka cuma menyokong calun nya sahaja kerana ianya dari kaum india. Jika calun nya bukan dari kaum nya pasti mereka akan menyokong PKR.

BN akan menghadapi satu lagi ujian yang lebih besar dan pahit di P212 Sibu, Sarawak. Majoriti pengundi nya ialah kaum cina. Jika BN tewas di P212 Sibu maka harapan BN untuk berkuasa selepas PRU13 adalah sangat gelap.

6 comments:

Hapi said...

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reek said...

Part 1 - The origin of pendatang:

· Malays - come from Indonesia and Yunnan.
· Chinese - come from China.
· Indians - come from India.

Part 2 - Why they come to Malaysia:

· Malays - easy life, food aplenty around those days, like fish from the river etc.
· Chinese - looking for a living.
· Indians - looking for a living and goes back.

Part 3 - Pendatang's attitude:

· Malays - the words 'relax la', 'bantuan kerajaan' and 'cukup makan' are their daily words.
· Chinese - work, work and work but also spend.
· Indians - work, earn and save but spend little.

Looking at the mindsets of various pendatang. You tell me is it possible to be one Bangsa Malaysia? Never! For oil will never mix with water.

If you tell the Chinese to close down Chinese schools, the children will not taught to be hardworking anymore, so they become lazy and can they ask for bantuan kerajaan?

No! Right? So let the Chinese have more Chinese schools to teach the principle of hardworking, integrity, trustworthy etc, thus others can get more shares.

Those days the government control the Chinese schools is because of communist. Now where got communist again? Bodoh!

yoy said...

Morons like Perkasa talk about sacrificing. We have as yet to hear what sacrifices they are speaking about. Today, Malaysia is ruled by a single regime not so different from Burma. They call themselves UMNO. In fact, Malaysia has been under Emergency Rule for the past 40 years. Still in a state of Emergency Rule.

romsam said...

UMNO is only good at spinning and deceiving the people, in particular the malays. The younger generation of malays now are smarter than their forefathers. The smart malays are shying away from UMNO because UMNO has deceived them for far the last 30 years. UMNO has brought harm onto themselves.

kentanjim said...

This is just another example of how sick our present government under BN is.

It makes us all wonder how low can they go before the whole country collapses……….

fargoman said...

The malays do not exist as a unique tribe but are the result of centuries of mix amongst various ethnic groups - migrants from Yunnan, Polynesia, Java, Sumatra, Turkey, Arabia, India, Siam, Cambodia, Laos.

Once they began to populate the Malayan Peninsula - (which wasn't named for the malay race but derives from the Tamil word for "mountain" - malai) they figured it would be advantageous to claim ownership of the land by dubbing it Tanah Melayu.

It was mostly a political part of various pirate bloodlines to create their own Promised Land.

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