Bumiputera Malaysia

Bumiputera Malaysia

By a Malaysian for his country

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Will Malaysians vote for Abdullah again?

Over 80,000 people from various parts of Malaysia were evacuated when the country was hit by heavy monsoon rains. Many flood victims complained that the rescue efforts were slow and some were even forced to pay in order to be rescued.

Malaysian leaders went into hiding when the people were in the deepest end of water

During these desperate hours, the sleepy Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi went for holidays in Australia. Upon returning from his "successful working trip" to Venezuela, the liar premier took an executive jet (funded by the taxpayers' money, of course) to Perth. It was reported that in Perth, Abdullah opened a nasi kandar restaurant which is co-owned by his brother.

When pressed by the reporters for his comment about this, the Prime Minister said, "
I have always monitor the flood situation even from afar". Indeed, Abdullah and his "I am in control" mode again. And the obvious absences of other ministers and government leaders from the affected states add insults to the injuries of the flood victims. Screenshots listed down these people:

- Pagoh MP and Agriculture Minister Muhyiddin Yassin (only showed up days after floods hit).
- Kota Tinggi MP and Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar (was not seen at all during the floods).

- Tanjung Piai MP and Housing Minister (and doggie MCA President) Ong Ka Ting (was on holidays overseas and released press statements via local aides).
- Sembrong MP and Education Minister Hishammuddin Hussein
- Pasir Gudang MP and Minister Khaled Nordin
- Labis MP and Health Minister Chua Soi Lek
- Penggerang MP and Sports Minister Azalina Othman Said

How about the state exco members and state assemblymen? Ironically, about 40 members of the Kluang Municipal Council in Johor went for a trip in Shanghai, China when floods hit the town.

Will fellow Malaysians be so stupid to vote for this racist Islam Hadhari government again in the next general election?