Chua Jui Meng telah meletupkan bomnya...yang kerajaan Najib sama taraf dengan kerajaan Suharto dan Marcos yang digulingkan oleh rakyat Indonesia dan Filipina.
Menambahkan lagi bisa patukan ularnya...Chua Jui Meng, Bekas Menteri Kesihatan, Naib Presiden MCA, ahli MCA selama 35 tahun menyatakan Orang Cina Malaysia sudah benci dengan kerajaan Najib yang bias dan tidak adil kepada kaum Cina.
Anwar Ibrahim sudah berjaya membisikan "Final Solution Hitler" kepada Chua Jui Meng. TG Nik Aziz amat menyokong pandangan Chua Jui Meng ini. Di kala DS Najib bercuti ke luar negara, TPM Mahyuddin perlu bicara menyahut salakan ahli politik dari senegerinya. Menteri KDN perlu tengok sajalah...!
The BN-led government had also failed to be democratic, respect human rights, ensure a sustainable economic climate, was unable to provide equal education opportunites for all races in the country, practises selective prosecution in weeding out corruption and, above all, failed to be fair in administering the nation.
"The main point is that they (the Malaysian Chinese community) wants justice and fairness from the government. They want the government to care for the people, especially the poor. For the Chinese, they will donate money and this is their culture.
"These donations are to assist the poor. This is what they (the Malaysian Chinese) want the government to do. Is this difficult for them (BN) to do after the country's independence some 50 years ago? The government has based itself on wrong policies," he told FMT in an interview.
A good majority of the Malaysian Chinese community had traditionally supported the ruling coalition until the 2008 general election. The historic polls revealed a massive decline in the Chinese and Indian support for the ruling coalition.
This resulted in the BN losing the state governments of Selangor, Perak, Penang and Kedah to add to Kelantan, which was already in the hands of the opposition. The BN also lost its long-guarded two-thirds majority in Parliament.
Chua, who joined Parti Keadilan Rakyat late last year after being in the MCA for 35 years, likened the country's administration to that of former Indonesian and the Philippines presidents Suharto and Ferdinand Marcos.
"We are forever borrowing money. The situation now is worse than the rule of Suharto and Marcos. The Philippines does not have any oil revenue, but the economy during Marcos' rule was bad because he stole billions from the people.
"Here everyday we have an expose like Felda. If the case is brought to court, there will be a lot more revealed. The profits reaped by Felda is a lot more than that of Sime Darby or IOI Bhd but profits per hectare had declined. It's finished...we have just made the Malays (Felda settlers) poor for another year,” he said in the interview, which covered various issues, at a modest restaurant in Damansara.
Chua said the statement by Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Idris Jala that the government would go bankrupt because of the decline in taxes collected from Petronas, Sime Darby and Felda also raises questions.
"This should not be the case for a country which produces oil like Malaysia. Look at the increasing coffers of Saudi Arabia, Brunei or Norway. What about us? Has our treasury recorded an increase?" he asked.
He said while China was moving fast economically with a 30% annual growth, Malaysia was still dragging its feet in catching up.
He said all the policies formulated by the government, including the Ninth Malaysia Plan, did not produce the desired results because there was no quality in the administration of the prime minister, deputy prime minister or the Cabinet as they only thought about their cronies and not the well-being of the country.
"If we allow BN to enslave the people, we will continue to be left behind. Don't talk about South Korea or China; we would be even worse than the economies of Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand," said Chua, who holds the record for being the longest-serving health minister, from 1990 to 2004.
He said the mindset of the Chinese has changed and that the community was looking forward to a brighter better future for the generations to come.
"Their mindset has changed as they have seen the light. The Chinese voters read news from the Internet for more information. They do not want to be fooled by the BN again," he said.
On the opposition coalition made up of PAS, DAP and PKR, Chua, who was stripped of his "Datuk Seri" title by the Johor Sultan more than a month ago, said the best approach would be to explain the opposition's vision to the nation.
"When we take over the government, we would make Malaysia the most democratic nation in the world. We would respect human rights. No more cases like Anwar (Ibrahim) who was jailed for six years because justice was denied.
"With this democracy, we would empower the people, strengthen the economy and boost the confidence of the world in our country. Believe me, if this happens we would be better and far richer than Singapore.
"After 53 years of BN rule, Singapore is 500% richer than us. This is because Singapore does not tolerate corruption. BN, on the other hand, likes corruption. We want to take care of the poor regardless of whether they are Malays, Indians, or Bumiputeras from Sabah and Sarawak."