Don't ever harm the reputation of MCA; it's okay with the health of residents in Gebeng but never ever the reputation of MCA.
Recently RPK pinpoint 3 major issues or problems for Najib in the coming elections, which the PM should resolve or face the consequences of adverse public (voters) reaction. One of Najib's problems was mentioned as Lynas.
'Wunderbar Kid and beloved by UMNO' Liow (he of ‘my beloved PM’ fame) roped in the Federation of Chinese Associations Malaysia (Hua Zong) and seven other Chinese associations, to form a committee which would collect and convey the public’s views to the International Trade and Industry Ministry, the Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry, and the National Economic Action Council.
But alamak, PKR sweetie Fuziah Salleh gave Liow (and MCA) the pordah, stating “That message is stop Lynas, not supervise LAMP. By setting up this supervisory committee, MCA is trying to show that it is the champions of the rakyat. But it is making a fool of the rakyat’s intelligence and concerns.”
Sweetie also excoriated Liow for enlisting only Chinese associations and ignoring the Malay communities in Balok and Gebeng, all of whom have concerns over LAMP as well.
She taruh Liow kau kau, “Are the lives and well-being of the Chinese community more important to the MCA than that of other communities. This reflects the typical BN chauvinistic thinking and a crude example of its divide-and-rule mindset.”
Dearest Fuziah, at this stage with your sweet permission, maybe I ought to provide an excuse for MCA. Liow (beloved by UMNO) could only get those it had enlisted (and they bloody well 'participate', of course for the good of UMNOthe nation) because no one else would bother to listen to him. So please cut him some slack wakakaka.
Anyway, sticking to their principal role of always supporting Tai-Koe, we have just read in The Malaysian Insider (TMI) 2 days ago that MCA suspends Pahang youth leader over anti-Lynas stand. The TMI report said:
The MCA disciplinary board has suspended Indera Mahkota Youth chief David Choi for three years over his open criticism of the Lynas rare earth refinery, Sin Chew Daily reported today.
The disciplinary board hauled Choi up for his deviation from the official party stand on the Lynas rare earth plant issue.
Poor bloke, didn't he know that SOP doesn't permit independent thinking or conscionable action by lesser parties?