Wah! Lau Eh…! This is just well below the belt and for all intends and purposes he should not only resign but also be charged with the Sedition Act as Sammy Vellu the MIC President made very clear. How could you Nasir Safar even utter these words?
- Are you using your position as special aide to PM to garner cheap publicity?
- Are you devoid of media attention and thus all out to create a “RACIST SLUR“
- Have you been all cooked up in the PM’s office or under duress and stressed out?
- Did you forget to take your hypertension’ Herbesser” Pills..??
Please,STOP ALL THESE NONSENSE or Malaysia will really go down the DUMPS.Maybe this quote will straighten things up for you.As if you need reminding: “DOING WHAT IS RIGHT IS EASY.THE PROBLEM IS NOT KNOWING WHAT IS RIGHT.’
What the hell is happening lately says a concerned Sarawakian..? audie61 crew reminded him we are all Malaysians though but Natasha ,Joey and Cindy were indeed too angrered that words that came out are not publishable. This is not normal and there is indeed a “much bigger picture” unfolding says a political watcher.
The full report below as reported by Malaysiakini
Nasir Safar, the special officer to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, who stirred a hornet’s nest with his stinging ‘racist’ remarks will resign, according to a statement from the premier’s office this evening.
“The remarks allegedly made by Nasir in Malacca today do not in any way reflect the views of the prime minister,” the statement said.
“… Nasir never intended to make any derogatory remarks. He spoke at length on the contributions made by all races in developing the country.
“Nevertheless, Nasir apologises for any offence caused…and in light of this, will tender his resignation.”
Participants stage walkout
Earlier today, Malaysiakini had reported that Nasir drew flak for his comments made during a seminar titled ‘Rapat 1Malaysia’ in Malacca this morning.
Among others, he had allegedly described the Indians and Chinese in Malaysia as ‘pendatang’ or ‘guests’.
He had also threatened to revoke the citizenship of those making ‘extreme demands’ to scrap the subject cap for the SPM examination.
A source, who was among those at the seminar, claimed that Nasir also said that Chinese women come here to ‘jual tubuh’ (engage in the flesh trade).
His remarks prompted scores of MIC and MCA members as well as non-governmental organisation representatives to stage a walkout.
Following this, MIC leaders, including party president S Samy Vellu, demanded that stern action be taken against Nasir.
Samy Vellu called for the special officer to be punished under the Sedition Act.