That BN is made up of racist parties who would only think of fighting for their kind in disregard of the rights of those of other races, nevermind if they are Malaysians.
Why else would Ong Ka Ting say that Chinese Malaysians cannot afford to be split in their support for Barisan Nasional (BN) to ensure the survival of the community in terms of politics, economy, culture and education if it was not an endorsement that BN practices racism at its worst - that if your community is not represented, your survival in terms of economy, culture and education would be at risk?
I always thought that BN fights for equality, fairness and justice. And so it seems that this is not so behind the scenes. I can just imagine OKT and perhaps Samy Vellu and other heads of community arguing (and begging?) in a cabinet meeting with UMNO leaders to give other communities a chance to survive. This is not power sharing. This is called the mighty rules. This is what is known as the party with the most number of representatives call the shots - nevermind if you are also a Malaysian with a MyKad and contributing taxes for the benefit of everyone. And we all know that UMNO has a disproportionate number of representatives in BN as compared to the other parties vis a vis the population of this country.
I no longer wish to endorse a party or coaliation which perpetuates racists ideals. I am a Malaysian, born and raised in this country which I call home and who believes in equality, fairness and justice to all. The marginalised must be heard and assisted irregardless of their race. The poor must be given equal opportunities regardless of their race. No longer should university places and scholarships be assessed on racial preference (don't talk to me about meritocracy in place because if you were to open your eyes big enough, you will realise that it is a sham). No longer should the rich who purchases a house worth RM1 million be entitled to a discount just because he is a bumiputra. He is rich enough already.
No wonder BN leaders' call for a united Malaysian people will never materialise - because of their racist policies. Hear what Anwar Ibrahim has to say and what PKR stands for. That is what I call a party for Malaysians.