Johor MB Likened DAP To The British And Warned People Of A 'Coloniser's Democracy'
Johor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin told Johoreans to be aware of DAP's 'A La Coloniser's Democracy' approach ahead of the 14th general election (GE14)
According to Khaled, DAP is uninterested in becoming top leaders or number one leaders, just as the British did in Malaysia
"They came and said that they do not even want to become our leaders, and just want to be advisers," Khaled said in reference to the British colonisation.
Khaled stated that the British advisors turned out to be very dominant and regulated all affairs in the country.
"And this is what is being done by DAP today," Khaled added.
Khaled said that while DAP expressed disinterest in the political power of the Malay population, the party is focused on seizing Malay-held seats
"They are willing to do all this, even though their identity, their logo, their names, had to be changed and mortgaged," Khaled said.
"To them, that's okay... what is important is that they win and are in power," he added.
Furthermore, Khaled also pointed out that DAP's other tactics include presenting itself as a saviour
Malay Mail Online (MMO) reported Khaled as claiming that this showed DAP's practice of dividing the land among their cronies or allies.
"Look at the way DAP campaign, they will say all states are in terrible condition and they come as saviours," Khaled was quoted as saying by MMO.
He then compared this practice to the way the British colonisers came to Malaya.
Khaled warned people to assess DAP's tactics carefully to avoid being "trapped"
"I really hope we will not be a victim of this A La Coloniser Democracy practitioners," Khaled said in reference to DAP.
He also hoped that Johoreans will not let the state become the area where "dumped politicians come to try their luck".
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