‘Back-Up’ Party for UMNO Mooted

The NST of Wednesday 14 May 2008 reports:

A group of former UMNO members and newcomers to politics is forming what they call a “back-up” party for the Malays and Bumiputeras.

Parti Kegemilangan Bangsa Malaysia (KBM) is not meant to rival UMNO, but a secondary political platform to fall back on should the 62-year-old UMNO falter and lose its clout, its pro-tem committee secretary Abdul Kadir Edros said.

62 years have passed and still the possibility of yet another racially based political party.

WHEN WILL WE EVER LEARN?!

One Reply to “‘Back-Up’ Party for UMNO Mooted”

  1. i guess certain communities feel threatened by a Malaysian Malaysia. it was indeed a sad day when we decided to revert the whole education system from teaching in English to teaching in bahasa Malaysia.Nothing wrong with that if islamisation was left out.

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