This Ezam Mohd Nor is spewing loads of rubbish again, and of all people, to students of the UIAM. In the first instant, how on hell was he, a politician at that, be permitted to address students and to speak about politics and claiming that there are Malay traitors in our midst working in cohort with the DAP “bent on destroying the multi-racial foundation of Malaysia so it can turn the country into another Singapore”. He claimed that we had “lost an island (I suppose referring to Singapore) ” because of Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew and “the same fate awaited the rest of the country if they (I suppose referring to Malaysian) stood idly by”.
Here, I would just like to ask – who are the Malay traitors that Ezam is referring to? Was he referring to any particular personality in the opposition? And why wouldn’t he name that person out loud and clear? Are you too afraid Ezam? The word traitor is a damning word to use upon someone, and if I were to call Ezam a traitor for having jumped the UMNO boat onto the PKR boat, and soon after back into UMNO’s boat, would Ezam like it? And you know, I am still waiting for the many boxes that reportedly hold the many mysteries of UMNO’s corrupt practices that Ezam had promised to expose when he was in PKR. Till this day, the boxes are nowhere to be seen, and would you still believe in Ezam?
And may I also ask – who actually ‘gave away’ the island of Singapore to Lee Kuan Yew, just by a stroke of a pen? Was it anyone person from the opposition today; be it a Malay, Chinese or an Indian? I would advice Ezam to read up his history, because he was too young to understand the causes that led to the separation of Singapore from Malaysia. Why don’t Ezam blame it on Tengku Abdul Rahman who was the UMNO President then? Surely, Ezam wouldn’t dare because he would be deprived of his Senatorship by a stroke of a pen too.
I think Ezam has made a grievous error by speaking to student of UIAM who by and large are sickened at the way the government had acted against Prof Dr. Aziz Bari. Don’t be fooled by the reception given to Ezam by the students that only represents a fraction of the UIAM’s population. We do not know how the rest of the student population would react to Ezam’s appearance at the university. Students being what they are, are a curious lot and the desire for knowledge may have been the reason for their presence at Ezam’s talk – but not to hear a load of rubbish.
To UIAM’s management, I ask, if you have allowed an UMNO politician to spew rubbish to your students, would you dare to allow an opposition politician to do likewise?
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