Najib Does Not Dare Rebuke Perkasa, Proves 1Malaysia Is An Empty Rhetoric


PETALING JAYA, 17 FEB: The 1Malaysia concept introduced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak does mean anything when he himself is not serious enough to rebuke the Malay Supremacist group from fuelling racism.

Najib completely did not deal with Perkasa (Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa Malaysia, which can be translated as the Malaysian Organisation for Mighty Natives) when they recently wanted to burn Malay language Bibles.

According to Pakatan Rakyat Leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Najib does not dare to rebuke Perkasa as it is a pro-Umno group.


“Only big brother Anwar dares to rebuke (them). What would happen if the same thing happens in Sarawak and anywhere else? It can spread quickly (and) it can become a trend,” said Anwar.

He said this at the Selangor Chinese New Year Open House which was held this afternoon at the car park area of One Utama Shopping Complex.

Najib, who is also the President of Umno, appears to be purposely instilling hatred in Malays against other races who are considered to be immigrants in this country.

“At Najib’s Umno Assembly, Tan Sri Muhyiddin and stronger still, Datuk Sharizat, sobbed while singing ‘Anak Kecil Main Api’ (Little Children Playing With Fire).

“Do you know the meaning of (the lyrics) ‘nenek moyang kaya raya, tergadai seluruh harta benda” (our ancestors were very rich, but every single treasure was pawned) and the ending ‘air mata darah bercampur keringat, bumi di pijak milik orang’ (shedding tears and blood mixed with sweat, the land we stand on, belongs to someone else)?

“Who is the ‘someone else’ who took the land in the song?” asked Anwar at the ceremony held at the car park at One Utama.


According to Anwar, the song sand at the Umno General Assembly is a racist song.

Umno-BN is trying to maintain its power in Putrajaya by using its agenda to supposedly defend the rights of Malays, instead it used to enrich their families and their respective cronies.

He also slammed the former Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad who questioned the action of granting citizenship to Chinese and Indians by the first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman.

“No other leader in the world after Hitler, questions citizenship issues like that,” said Anwar.

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