Strategy No:1 - Ridicule the Monarchy and Promote Malaysian Malaysia.
Note the Malaysian Insider's strategy below. (I wonder which republic they got it from)
"Famous last words — The Malaysian Insider
MAY 9 — What a week it was. A fracas in the Perak state assembly for the first time in history. A show of force by police personnel inside the legislature for the first time in history. And complete disbelief across Malaysia of how badly the Perak crisis has been handled. The Malaysian Insider sieves through the rhetoric and picks out a few gems.
• “Changing party is a normal thing in a parliamentary democracy. Winston Churchill changed parties twice. In the United States, a Republican Senator recently crossed over to become a Democrat Senator. It is not unconstitutional to do so and it is also not illegal.” — Datuk Seri Najib Razak
Err, sorry Mr Prime Minister, you are comparing apples and oranges here. It is an insult to speak of Winston Churchill and Arlen Specter in the same breath as Hee Yit Foong, Osman Jailu and Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi.
• "I don't want to get involved in this. I just want to give my speech, so respect my speech, when I am giving it. You understand that? If you want to work with me in future, you have to respect my speech. Understand?” — Raja Nazrin Shah
Too late. It was way too late for the Regent of Perak to say that he did not want any part in the fracas in the state assembly. What happened on May 7 did not materialise out of nowhere. It did not happen in a vacuum.
The tug-of-war for power in Perak was a natural consequence of a refusal by the Sultan of Perak to dissolve the assembly and allow Perakians to decide who should represent them.
Respect has to be earned, even if you are next in line to the throne.
Admonishing the very lawmakers who many Malaysians feel are the victims in this saga is not a good start. "
(Wah, is this an unsolicited advice or WARNING from Malaysian Insider?)
Read more of the masked-strategy to ridicule Raja Nazrin Shah (read the monarchy) and the Prime Minister (Government) HERE.
This is what my kampong people call ‘ KURANG AJAR’, but I really do not know how the present day Malaysians, MALAYS in particular, interpret such RUDENESS.
Daulat Tuanku! Semoga negara tercinta ini tidak di-REPUBLIK-kan oleh dalang-dalang yang sedang berleluasa di-negara kita.
May God Bless Our Malaysia.
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