DAP berbahasa rasis untuk menghina pemimpin kerajaan
Dr Annuar takes a jibe at DAP’s provocative state election slogan
Posted on May 19, 2012, Saturday
DAP’s last state election propaganda, ‘Bai Mao Bu Dao, Ren Min Chi Cao’, (literarily translated ‘If white hair does not get toppled, people will have to eat grass’) was hotly debated in the morning session of the sitting yesterday.
Dr Annuar Rapa’ee (BN-Nangka) described it as “dirty propaganda” to hoodwink the people.
“After more than a year, is there anyone found eating grass because of poverty? How many of you (DAP members) are eating grass now since the last state election?
“This is indeed a mischievous attempt at spinning the issue and nurturing hatred,” lambasted Dr Annuar who reasoned that he held the responsibility to bring up the issue to warn the people of the tricks of DAP.
He said DAP members have continuously painted the Barisan Nasional (BN) in a bad light because they want to distract the attention of voters as
they have failed to bring development to the constituencies that are under their care.
For instance, in Sibu, DAP leaders have done almost nothing to show to the voters who had given the mandate to the party in the Sibu by-election and last state election, he said.
“I want to issue a challenge to DAP to tell this august house the projects they have implemented and their future plans for Sibu and the state as a whole.
“Good governance is not only about offering good services to the people and providing solutions to their problems and needs but also to institute healthy growth to the community which will benefit the existing generation and the generations to come.”
Dr Annuar stressed that the failure of the opposition in forming the promised shadow cabinet showed that they were not serious in a two-party system but instead had more interest in creating a chauvinistic two-race party system.
Attempts by Wong Ho Leng (DAP-Bukit Assek) and other DAP members to defend the propaganda issue were denied by Dr Annuar.
Wong, however, who debated the address of the Head of State after Dr Annuar used the opportunity to inform the latter that the propaganda was merely a “figurative slogan”.
Wong added that the propaganda was actually inspired by SUPP’s propaganda, ‘Kang Nan Bu Dao, Ren Lian Bu Bao’ (literarily, ‘If Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr George Chan does not step down, SUPP will not survive’) during the party’s internal dispute in 2006.
Chong Chieng Jen (DAP-Kota Sentosa) told a press conference later that Dr Annuar should seek advice from linguistic experts if he could not understand the meaning of the figurative slogan.
“I’m here to challenge Dr Annuar or any PBB leaders to debate on the issue.
“I welcome (Abdul) Karim (Rahman Hamzah) (BN-Asajaya) and Abdullah Saidol (BN-Semop) to have a debate with me.
“The debate can be done in Bahasa Malaysia or English or in Mandarin, if they prefer that language.”