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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

ROADSHOW OF HYPOCRISY – DIDN’T ASYRAF CALL US ‘KAFIR’? WHY SHOULD NON-MALAYS BELIEVE OR BOTHER WITH BN – UNLESS & UNTIL UMNO’S YOUTH CHIEF APOLOGIZES FOR HIS RACISM & DELIBERATE INCITEMENT TO SOUR RELATIONS BETWEEN THE RACES

Firstly I would like to go on record to applaud the BN Youth in making the effort to go on a roadshow to help ease racial and religious tensions in this country. If there is any hope for this country, it is certainly in BN Youth being sound and considerate, not like BN Old which is responsible for all this mess that the young has to rectify. We all know and are familiar with the racist statements of the likes of MPs from the old Umno group. I don’t see any problem in Old MCA and MIC. Only Umno.
But before the BN Youth embark on this noble affair they must do two things first. Before the BN Youth engage with each community it has to address two main concerns to clear the air.
The first and foremost issue concerns the leader of the pack, Asyraf Wajdi. On one occasion, Asyraf stood tall in Masjid Negara calling Malaysians ‘kafir’ and asked for the defence of Islam at all cost. This was the occasion of an old Chinese man who wrote some offensive remark interpreted as an insult to the Prophet Muhammad. Asyraf was inciting Malays to think badly of others just because one incident that had yet to be proven. That, to me shows Asyraf to be a poor leader for Malaysia. Secondly, Asyraf allowed the name of a Chinese MP from DAP to be played with in a derogatory manner. This was the occasion of her explaining the Khat issue to the Chinese community. Although Asyraf did not use the derogatory name but he seems to egg the crowd on. As a leader Asyraf must bear full responsibility of his group of Malay supporters.
Thus, Asyraf must make a public apology to Malaysians for his Kafir remark and also for the derogatory name incident. If not, this roadshow is a farce as it has not started on good will by clearing the air. If Asyraf is not part of the road show, so much the better as the apology can be given by his second in command by saying that that was his own personal capacity. We Malaysians are forgiving.
The second thing that the BN Youth should do is to prepare some slides for presentation of the following three mains issues. Firstly, the BN Youth must make a clear stand on the Kongres Maruah Melayu. The MCA and MIC Youth must stand up and say that they were not part of the Kongres and never participated or agreed to the resolutions. The BN Youth might add that this was the work of academics looking for promotion and titles, not the interest of Malaysians or even the Malays.
Secondly, the slides should explain their stand on Zakir Naik. The BN Youth must wash their hands off this person and dismiss him as someone trying to realize his own personal agenda at the expense of our harmony as a nation by pandering to religious rhetoric. We Malaysians can accept that explanation.
The third thing must be explained by the Umno BN Youth. The Umno Youth must wash their hands off from the corruption done by their old guards to enrich themselves at the detriment of the sanctitiy and mortality of the Umno principles. The Umno Youth MUST make this declaration of guilt on behalf of Umno. I am sure the BN Youth did not get any 1MDB money or else Latheefa would be coming for them too. Just say that it is not the fault of the Youth wing and that this is orang tua tua punya kerja. As I said, Malaysians are a forgiving lot.
In conclusion, I reiterate that I support 101% BN Youth’s noble gesture in calming the race and religious tensions. I am offering my services free of charge to attend their town hall meetings. No need to pay any expenses for me for I and my civil society groups are willing to co-operate in any way and support this excellent gesture. May the destiny of our nation be forged and formed by courageous, honest and open minded youths to lead the way.
Professor Dr. Mohd Tajuddin Mohd Rasdi 
– Mysinchew

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