Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Mohd Noor hated for true interpretation of the Constitution

If it is not enough for the raucous ranks of Pakatan Rakyat to attack and virtually skin alive former Appeal Court Judge Datuk Mohd Noor Abdullah over his overt interpretation of what the sacred democratic document, which is the Federal Constitution has spelled out clearly, diatribes are also coming in a deluge from the badly-beaten MCA.

MCA veteran and former Dewan Rakyat Speaker, Datuk Lim See Cheng today lashed out at Mohd Noor’s postulation about the veracity and validity of vernacular schools in Malaysia.

In a statement, Lim said Mohd Noor should have stood up for social justice and justice associated with his identity of being among the nation’s elite.

Social justice he says? This is it. He is talking about facts that should in the first place be a linchpin for social justice in Malaysia.

Truly, the diatribes, sarcasms and biting remarks directed at Mohd Noor are nothing more than a forceful attempt to shut up a factual and spiritual interpretation of the constitution.

The Malays see this affront on their rightful turf about to be relegated yet again to the back burner – this time in concert with the agenda-ridden cohorts that make up the federal opposition.

No, the Malays must not be made to realise that they have legally valid grounds to usurp a ground that has firmed up over the years due to an interpretation oversight.

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