Nuffnang Ads

Pages

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Perjumpaan TPM Dengan Kepimpinan UMNO Pahang

Selepas melancarkan Pelan Strategi Biodiversiti-Bioteknologi Pahang, Kuantan, TPM Tan Sri Mahyuddin telah mengadakan perjumpaan dan dailog dengan kepimpinan Pahang semua bahagian di Dewan MB.

MB DS Adnan dalam ucapan aluan-aluannya mengambarkan walaupun Melayu membentuk 60% dan bukan Melayu 40% dari total populasi tapi jika yang 60% tadi pecah kepada UMNO, PAS dan PKR maka tentu yang 40% menang.

MB Pahang mahu UMNO Pahang lupakan perselisihan faham dan tumpu pada parti. MB beri laporan kepada TPM bahawa UMNO Pahang masih mantap.

TPM menyeru supaya ahli-ahli UMNO bekerja kuat untuk parti menang dalam PRU 13 nanti. Pilihanraya dijangka dalam masa 30 bulan dari sekarang.

Biro yang berkaitan dengan daftar pemilih pengundi baru dikenalpasti untuk bertanggungjawab mencari pendaftar baru. Dari 3.1 juta ahli UMNO, terdapat 600,000 ahli yang belum berdaftar.

WZWH mendapati dari seramai 19,000 ahli UMNO Jerantut, masih ada 2700 ahli belum mendaftar sebagai pemilih pengundi baru.

DAP dilihat lebih gigih dan bersungguh mencari dan mendaftar pengundi baru 4 kali ganda dari kerja yang dibuat oleh UMNO. Ada sesetengah parti komponen lansung tidak buat kerja.

BN menghadapi masalah dengan pengundi Cina yang rata-ratanya belum lagi menampakkan sokongan seperti yang BN dapat dulu. TPM beri contoh di Pagoh kawasan parlimennya sendiri apa-apa program melibatkan semua masyarakat, kurang penyertaan orang Cina.

TPM mengingatkan pemimpin-pemimpin UMNO supaya merapatkan barisan dan jangan bergaduh sesama sendiri. TPM akan mengadakan perjumpaan yang lebih kerap lagi dengan kepimpinan UMNO Pahang kerana perjumpaan hari ini begitu ringkas masanya.

WZWH ingin mengulas mengenai kenapa orang Cina tidak menyokong UMNO dan BN lagi adalah kerana politik rasis telah menjadi keutamaan di Malaysia kini.

Berikut sedutan dari blog Tun Mahathir tentang politik rasis...

Then an ex-MP or State Councillor rose and pointed out that under the Opposition Government he sees more Chinese holding high posts in the Government. The component parties also seem to be working much closer with each other. As an example, PAS women members not only attended the funeral of a Chinese but also helped to fold the paper money usually scattered at Chinese funerals.

The NEP has been on now for almost 40 years, far longer than originally planned. Admittedly the Malays had been at fault because they did not make correct use of the opportunities created for them in the NEP. But whatever the reason, the Malays have not gained for themselves the 30% target in corporate ownership even. But more than that if a proper audit is made their wealth is even less than 30% of total wealth of the people of Malaysia. Most of the wealth of the country belongs to the Chinese. It can also be said that the Chinese control the economy of the country.

In the political field the Malays appear to be in control. Most of the high posts i.e. PM, MB etc are held by the Malays. If these posts are held by the Chinese, then not only will the economy be under Chinese control but the political arena would also be under the Chinese. What will be the Malay stake in the country?

The NEP is about giving the Malays a fair stake in the economy of the country. Should they get this then they should be ready to relinquish a commensurate amount of control in the political field. Since they have not gained a fair share in the economy, then they should be allowed to retain this greater share in politics. If PAS appears to be more accommodating of Chinese religious practices, it is simply because it wants Chinese votes. Remember at one time PAS condemned Umno for having MCA as a partner. Now PAS is willing to accept DAP as a partner. It is political hypocrisy, not sincere partnership.

No comments: