DAP has been around since 1966 and has never changed one bit. It has always been a party of the Chinese, fighting for only the Chinese’s interest regardless of the fact that this is a multiracial country and that others have rights too. Therefore, DAP is known to be a racist party and since its establishment, it has never succeeded in proving otherwise. The few Malays and Indians holding some insignificant posts in the party couldn’t help tone down the colours of racism in DAP.
Being a racist is bad enough, but being a racist and a kiasu is what makes DAP a true evil. As a kiasu, DAP only takes and never give back because the word, ‘tolerance’ doesn’t exist in their vocabulary.
It is even clearer now, when DAP joins hand with PAS and PKR than before, that the party has always put themselves above everybody else, above other races. PAS and PKR have no choice but to ‘kow-tow’ to DAP even in matters so close to the heart of the supporters, like those concerning religion.
The slogan ‘total equality’ that DAP boasts of, is a subjective thing as it only serves justice in their eyes if it would result in the Chinese remains as superior.
When DAP took over Penang, their intention is to turn the state into a ‘mini-Singapore’ where the Chinese dominates and the rest obliged. Penang is the best example of DAP’s ruling where the Chinese are given privilege and special treatment compared to the rest. When a Chinese kampung is affected in a development project, the villagers were access to lawyer’s advice and chances to fight and be compensated accordingly. But Kampung Buah Pala, an Indian kampung, didn’t get the same treatment even though a specific promise was made and recorded that the kampung would be saved in no time by the PR-DAP government. What happened was, the kampung was demolished in no time at all. And it goes the same with the Indians and Malay stalls where they were demolished for obstructing traffic but the Chinese stalls that caused a far worse traffic obstruction, remain untouched.
Selangor is another example of DAP’s dictatorship, where PKR and PAS can only agree with what fits DAP best. Any potential threat to DAP would be chopped off where Datuk Dr. Hassan Ali had learned the lesson all too well. Kedah and Kelantan too, which are thought to be far from DAP’s influence by looking at the exco line-up and the fact that both are Malay-dominated state, couldn’t escape DAP’s grip. Rules and regulations passed are to be approved by DAP or else…
With Karpal as the symbol of Indian ‘power’ in DAP, many Indians take it that DAP isn’t as racist as it is alleged to be, or at least not against the Indians. But believe it or not, DAP may not despise the Indians as much as they do against the Malays but then, Indians too, in their eyes are mere slaves. That is why there is only 1 Indian in the Penang state committee members – as it is deemed enough by DAP to blur out their racist image.
DAP’s perception of Indians can be summed up in Perak’s Ngeh’ statement when he ridiculed Datuk Zambry’s dark complexion. He even tweeted that the Indians are stupid which then gave Hindraf Makkal Sakthi Chairman P Waythamoorthy a second thought in his plan to field candidates under DAP in the next GE.
And the recent CEC line-up should help us understand the exact place of the Indians in DAP. There were only 4 Indians in CEC, not including the Singh King’s family – with two of them being appointed, not elected.
So, where does this leave the Indians should PR, or DAP to be exact, takes over the country? How sure is the Indians that DAP is going to take care of them and not discriminate them?
DAP has told the Malays, the original settlers to go back to the jungles, and they are still telling it now, only indirectly. If the Malays belongs in the jungles in their own motherland, then where does the Indians belongs to then? With Indians being the last minority of the three main races, how can they ensure survival under the ruling of the party that looks down on people with dark complexion?
Will the few Singhs at the top fight for the Indians? Well, may be, but only after the Singhs managed to obtain all the top posts in the party.