I thought my last posting on the Chuas would allow me to go into other issues in the Tenang by-election. I was nasty to that group of ladies in the car park when I referred to the “money” they received in the white envelops as “peh kim”. I took it for granted that the envelops contained money - a widely perceived BN modus operandi. As an after-thought the envelops could have contained a RM50 or RM100 gift voucher. At 11:15pm I was proven wrong!
I sat next to a table of some 8 Chinese customers at Kumpung Café just off Jalan Segamat. I heard this remark: “His tee-shirt is better than ours”. I was wearing our Barisan Rakyat/MCLM tees. I asked them why was my tees better. I then noticed that each had a tee beside their drinks. One of them showed me their white tees. It was the familiar 1Malaysia tees which they were told to wear for a few hours and RM100 was theirs. They were spending their reward after fulfilling the condition and was now in their regular attire. I also elicited from them that none of them were voting in Tenang.Dang! The Chuas are desperate. Labis is their fortress and they will not lose if without a fight, fair or otherwise. I was just wondering where the money for the thousands of tees came from? Real “chua” this father and son combo! The father will press on about voting PAS means agreeing to an Islamic state and the son has backtracked about the sale of alcohol.
What next from the Chuas?
Will they quizzically look to their Masters and ask, “…yes what next….quick.”
Will the Chinese in Tenang slither their way to the polling booth on the 30Jan. to support the BN candidate or will they give two tight slaps to the Chuas and vote for Mala?