A video of a Malay news channel reporter teaching Malay Presidential hopeful, Salleh Marican, how to speak in Malay is going viral on the internet. In the video, Salleh Marican apparently was not able to handle the interview in Malay and even asked the reporter how to speak in Malay for “run the company”.
Salleh Marican is also an ardent PAP follower, as he said in an earlier interview yesterday (June 5) that he is contesting the Malay Presidential Election only because Lee Hsien Loong called for.
“Last November, Mr Lee had told a group of Muslim professionals that he hoped to see qualified Malay candidates step up to serve in the highest office in the land and represent all Singaporeans. I was spurred to make a bid by the words of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.”
The 67-year-old CEO of SGX-listed property company, Second Chance, is the only Malay candidate in the coming racist Presidential Election that do not allow non-Malays to participate.
Dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong wanted the Presidential Election to be reserved for Malays as there are too many eligible Chinese Presidential candidates in Singapore, where the last election saw a 4 corner fight. Lee Hsien Loong’s appointed puppet president Tony Tan almost lost the Presidential Election in 2011 with only a 0.35% margin over his nearest competitor Dr Tan Cheng Bock.
Dr Tan Cheng Bock announced his re-contest in 2012 shortly, but PM Lee was quick to enact new laws and re-write the constitution to prevent him from contesting.