DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng had just announced the appointment of Ariffin SM Omar and Zairil Khair Johari into the CEC.
Well, something like token Malays la.
The two guys must had been born with some rhinoceros genes to have such thick skin to accept the appointments.
They are what we Malays called - Melayu tak tau malu.
EErrr....that Zairil is a Malay or not? Some people said he is not.....don't know lah....
You all can read the main results of the DAP central executive committee (CEC) election in the newspapers. It's the same old same old father and son dominating the party.
What I want to briefly highlight here is the fate of the eight Malays who contested to be leaders in that self-proclaimed multi racial party.
First, bear in mind that the last placed elected CEC member at number 20 of the 68 contestants is one of the Perak infamous cousins, Ngeh Koo Ham with 824 votes.
The following are the Malay DAP members who tried their luck, their placing in the contest and number of votes.
At number 37 - Ariffin SM Omar - 348 votes
At number 38 - Ahmad Ton - 347 votes
At number 40 - Zairil Khair Johari - 305 votes
At number 43 - Zulkifli Mohd Noor - 216 votes
At number 53 - Tengku Zulpuri Shah Raja Puji - 121 votes
At number 58 - Solaiman OP Syed Ibrahim - 93 votes
At number 62 - Roseli Abdul Ghani - 39 votes
At number 63 - Harun Ahmad - 28 votes
Note : Candidates 64 to 68 pulled out of the race at the final hour, making Harun the last placed candidate among those contested.
Ok, now you have seen the writings on the wall. I'm not going to waste my energy explaining what it tells us about the Malays in DAP. You draw your own conclusion lah about those jokers.
Also please note that only three non-Chinese were among the 20 elected CEC members. They are Karpal and son Gobind, as well as M. Kula.