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by Deputy Prime Minister Najib. He said the party is unshakeable and uteind, and trust me it is true! Then come this young upstart KJ whose raison d'etre is to become PM at age 40 at all cost (about RM900 millions). Well, he can dream on. He is the one who is backstabbing Umno by making contradictory statement contradicting the DPM Najib, and he went backstabbing his FIL by cursing at Condoleeza Rice while FIL was hosting her.The truth is there is no internal split in Umno, just respect for the office of the Prime Minister, as all of us and politicians do. Even if there is split in the party I believe Malaysian Chinese is not that an opportunistic lot to make demands. Remember when the real Umno was de-registered? It was MCA, under Ling Liong Sik, that was entrusted and to act as guardian to the the pillars of the country's stability. The power was given back to the new Umno without fuss or fanfare, you know what Khairy the country is still intact, for Malaysians do abide to social order, which what makes this country ticks. On a small note can you Khairy, at least, tell us about your family background before and if we do decide to make you our supreme leader? I may still go back to Cyprus but I will die for this country!

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