Given the omens lately, I don’t foresee a good future for MCA. Wahhh… sounds like a fortune teller eh? Perhaps I can set up a stall on Wednesday Farlim’s pasar malam to earn a living. Economy bad mah… Business has been very very slow these days.
I guess MCA is also facing bad business lately. Too many competitors spoiling the market. Cutting and under-cutting each other openly to survive has seen their leaders washing dirty linen in public. Poor poor MCA. Go blame long-long Sik. Blame the Old “M”an for umno demise. Blame big mouth Yaik for Gerakan disastrous performance last March 2008. As for MIC, blame the grassroots instead. Why? becos no one has the balls to pull Sami Bulu down. How incompetant! 🙂
Lately, the cracks is appearing to widen among MCA ranks. The Malaysiakini report that the uneasy relationship between MCA president Ong Tee Keat and his deputy Dr Chua Soi Lek is in the public spotlight again – this time the speculation focuses on Chua’s purported plan to revive the so-called Team A in the party.
The rumoured revival of Team A led by former MCA president Dr Ling Liong Sik during the MCA crisis of 2000 by Chua is seen as the first step in the move to oust Tee Keat as president.
Read Jackluo : the Jack of All Traits who blog about the problems currently faced by Dr. Chua. Not only that his DVD was being re-distributed, he found himself being investigate by the police on his ‘role’ in the DVD sex scandal. As if someone who is very powerful and well verse in Malaysian law is behind the blind to pull the strings. Or else who in the world would remember that there was no report being made prior to the revelation by Dr. Chua. The police report move was a well planned move!
It’s quite interesting to see how Dr. Chua wriggle himself out of this maze. But with the leadership of the party clearly firmly in the hands of Ong Tee Keat, it is certainly take an Everest for anyone to climb if he intends to wrest the party control from Ong.