Today when I read Malaysiakini, though I was thrilled by its news article Cabinet wants BMC access road kept open, albeit only until the court case between toll company Grand Saga and Bandar Makhota Cheras developer Narajaya has reached a decision, I was more excited by its Vox Populi which screamed aloud 'Chor, you're unfit to represent us'.
More significant has been the fact that Malaysiakini devoted (unusually) the entire page of Vox Populi to the BMC affair.
What has riled many Malaysians was the unbelievable Chor Chee Heung, the Dep Home Affairs Minister defending the indefensible brutalities of the FRU – see Malaysiakini article Chor justifies police action at BMC clash - a gang of whom bashed up a young man who so happened to be passing the infamous Grand Saga barricade.
Chor had the uncaring robotic callous or clueless nerve to claim that instead "… two police officers were hurt ….. after being knocked by the … car", allegedly that of the real victim, according to his worldviews formed in the comfort of his airconditioned ministerial officer.
He had the idiotic temerity to utter the unbelievable words "I did not receive any news or report about police using too much force but I assure you that the police will always act in accordance with the law."
And this with the availability of Malaysiakini video clip on the FRU bashing of a bloodied innocent bypasser, Chang Juin Haur - not forgetting the already well-known infamous notoriety of the FRU?
I was outraged and asked: Where the f* did this bloke pop up from?
Besides, minister, are you saying it’s OK for the FRU to bash, brutalize and beat up a man, even for one who allegedly knocked a couple of them down?
You should be ashamed of yourself – please resign immediately! You aren't fit to in Parliament, let alone being a minister.
Today’s Vox Populi echoed my demand for Chor Chee Heung to go, a man totally unfit to represent any Malaysian.
But I just wonder … this could be even more significant than a mere useless MCA deputy minister who was pushed forward (basically sacrificed but as a captive dumbo) by his Home Affairs Minister to take the heat and answer on behalf of the barbaric thugs in the FRU.
Yes, even more significant than the 30% swing of Chinese Malaysian voters over to the Pakatan in the last general election, this well documented and publicised fact of a completely useless MCA minister, unable to meaningfully represent Chinese Malaysians and their basic human rights, must surely and finally have rammed home to every Chinese Malaysians (including the families of those MCA members), yes, right down to the full length and depth of whatever the MCA and its BN partners had been shafting every Chinese Malaysians for the last several decades, that the MCA as a political party is no longer relevant.
And Ong Ka Ting, where the hell are you hiding - say some f* thing!
As one Vox Populi writer Baiyuensheng, as utterly outraged as I and many others have been and still are, wrote: All I can say is this - come the next election, MCA would go the same way as Gerakan. Irrelevant.
But it’s not just the useless MCA and the virtually non existent Gerakan (sorry, Darren) who have failed us – as one Cheras resident lamented, why has this affair taken so long to resolve when the road barrier has been built on Selangor State land which is already under the rule of a Pakatan State government?
The MCA is and will be dead, but the Pakatan hopefully won’t – so, Khalid Ibrahim, you better come up with some decent answers too!
The BMC affair, coupled with Chor’s demonstrated and complete inadequacy to represent Malaysians, has become the Hindraf of Chinese Malaysians.
Sadly, again, it has to take the dripping blood and screams of an innocent young man to wash our eyes fully open and wake up to how the MCA has utterly failed us.