New party to uplift the Malays or invite foreign powers?

 |Aug 14, 2016
The Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia formation is considered as ‘racing’ to compete with other existing parties or an attempt to invite foreign powers to meddle in local affairs?
The Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia formation is considered as ‘racing’ to compete with other existing parties or an attempt to invite foreign powers to meddle in local affairs?

Tunku Abdul Aziz, former special advisor to United Nations secretary general Kofi Anan posed a question why there are more Malay parties mushrooming?

The Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia formation is considered as ‘racing’ to compete with other existing parties or an attempt to invite foreign powers to meddle into local affairs?

An editorial article published in Mingguan Malaysia today opinioned that the former DAP vice president Tunku Aziz believes more Malay parties are not doing good and disuniting the community. Even interesting the foreign powers are more interested with our country.

“More Malay parties are created; in the long run no Malay party will have the supremacy.

“Where these small parties come from? Weren’t they created after leaders’ breakaway from Umno.

“Why not unite to strengthen Umno.”

The issue is the one who created the new party is demeaning Umno and not the government of the day.

“When Umno is weak, the Malays and the rest of the people will be the biggest loser,” Tunku Aziz pointed out.

Is it true the Malay is ‘minority’ because of more parties created although they dominate 60 per cent of the country’s population?

Try to Google, since Ustaz Ahmad Fuad Hassan left Umno in 1953 to form Pas; Dr Mahathir-Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah crisis in 1987, Anwar-Ibrahim-Mahathir infighting led to Parti Keadilan formation.

Mahathir was against foreign powers, how about now?

Mahathir once in his speech during Umno Jelebu and Jempol division meeting in 2001 told the leaders that “when we invite foreign powers today, tomorrow they will determine who should be the next prime minister”.

However, Mahathir’s own statement has taken a 360 degrees change when he and ousted former Umno deputy president Muhyiddin Yassin formed Parti Pribumi to bring down Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak in the pretext of championing Bumiputra rights and development.

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) filing civil suit seeking the forfeiture and recovery of more than $1 billion in assets should be testified according to law and in the court.

The DOJ move is considered legally flawed as stressed by a prominent litigation lawyer Quintin Rozario practicing in Brisbane, Australia.

Rozario slammed US attorney-general Loretta Lynch for being ‘over the board and against fairness in legality’.

Umno Youth leader Khairy Jamaluddin even stressed that the whole youths must throw support behind Prime Minister Najib.

With this spirit, his deputy Khairul Azwan Harun lodged a police report against three former top civil servants who was alleged to topple Prime Minister Najib’s administration.

“The new party formed to champion their own personal agenda and not to uplift the Malays,” added Tunku Aziz.

Some quarters believe it’s better to hold the 14th General Election earlier rather than in June 2018 as to prevent foreign powers to meddle in our local politics.

The development of Malay community is the main stability that will further strengthen the socio-politic of Malaysia.

In addition to that we also need to ensure the harmony and understanding between all other ethnics and religions to create a stable Malaysia.

Source: Mingguan Malaysia