Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Raja Petra Kamaruddin | Kuburkan UMNO! Bury UMNO!

Kuburkan UMNO! Deregister UMNO!

In an interview with Radio Free Sarawak, Raja Petra Kamaruddin boldly says UMNO should be buried. There is no provision in the Constitution of Malaysia, not in Sections 152 or 153. UMNO cannot change nor maintain it's fundamental political beliefs of Ketuanan Melayu or Malay Supremacy and which are a sacrilege and a blasphemy of their members' religion. UMNO politicians are unashamed liars as far as RPK is concerned.

UMNO is anti-Malay and anti-Islam. Raja Petra throws a challenge to anyone in UMNO to debunk him.

Raja Petra refers to the Prophet's last sermon at Mt Arafah before his death that:

"..an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over black nor a black has any superiority over white except by piety and good action. ..."

This is sufficient to get UMNO deregistered for its dumb assertions on Malay Supremacy.

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Anonymous said...

no truer words hath been said by my hero!!

Salak said...

Ya ya ya!

Najib paid McKinsey some RM40.0 million to do slide-shows and flip-charts. Appears that McKinsey doesn't believe that corruption is misgovernance, unaccountability and opaqueness

Anonymous said...

to continue with salak's comments...

....as long as there's good $$ in for them.

Salak said...

There's a difference between "good" $$ and "lots of $$".

You need to understand what Karim Hamzah, close to the CM, a Sarawak politician believes in and which we might suspect to be emboldened by world bizness gurus.

Mc Kinsey's credo as stated at their site for Malaysia is sloganeering:

["...Building a strong and resilient Malaysia is not only the focus we have as professionals, but also our aspiration as individuals. As such, we are strongly involved in community development. For example, we are the driving force behind Malaysia's first national business-plan competitions (Venture 200x), which are contributing to building a vibrant entrepreneurial environment in Malaysia...."] - Mc Kinsey Malaysia

How "good" and resilient is anything when everything about financial control and its systems are so porous? Would it have made any difference? How was the services earned?