None other than his own people dismantling his 1 Malaysia piece by piece.
Whether it is politically correct or not, sometimes, in our moment of anger, we have to restrain ourselves from making impolite remarks against our enemies or political opponents.
Obviously, Minister Hishamuddin Onn is missing on correct social etiquette when he shouldn't have been.He came from a family of good standing and background.
From Perkasa and other Malay NGOs to his own people in UMNO, Prime Minister Najib is having problems in keeping them in a straight line. Most of the times it is not ignorant or lack of education but sheer arrogance by those in power of not choosing appropriate and equally effective words to deliver their displeasure.
If the Malay language is short of euphemism, the English language is not and most of our ministers are well educated in English.
Why resort to dysphemism, if you can choose better substitutes.
The next time you lose your temper and are tempted to use the word 'fuck' think of 'effing' or if, as a Muslim you think pork is 'dirty' think of it as being 'unclean'.
To the non-Muslims pork is not dirty nor unclean.To us Muslims it is.
What about those tourists visiting our mosques? Are they dirty too?
I might not agree with Hishmuddin on his choice of word but I don't agree with Teo Nie Ching either.
She should just have walked away after giving the donation instead of politicising and publicising her presence for political mileage.