Two ethnic Chinese Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders have openly snubbed Perkasa Youth’s demand for an apology, continuing instead to criticise the Malay rights group by saying that its struggles were not in line with the prime minister’s 1 Malaysia concept.
Penang Gerakan chief Datuk Teng Hock Nan and MCA deputy secretary Loh Chew June, who locked horns with the right-wing group when they labelled them “racists”, told The Malaysian Insider today that they refused to apologise for their statements.
Perkasa Youth chief Arman Azha Abu Hanifah had called on the duo to apologise within 48 hours from Friday, following their criticisms on the non-governmental organisation’s inaugural congress last Saturday.
Arman had claimed that failure to do so meant the two were in total disrespect of former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who has granted his patronage of the group, as well as the Federal Constitution, which Perkasa claims to uphold.
“That is nonsense. I will not apologise. I do not want people to misuse the Constitution at their whims and fancies.
“They (Perkasa) are not here to unite the races, they are here to segregate everyone,” said Loh, when contacted.
Wadoh.... wadoh...... malunya Melayu..... opp maaf........ malunya melayu umno..... PERKASA ni gundik umno je...
macam mana nak.. tau mana satu katak betina... mana satu katak jantan...????
LovePerak : dont talk shit kah kah kah