“We in MCA and MCA Youth won’t be easily bullied by others, ren bu fan wo, wo bu fan ren; ren ruo fan wo, wo bi fan ren,” he quoted the Chinese saying ( “人不犯我，我不犯人；人若犯我，我必犯人”, a rehash of what retired MCA leader Lee Kim Sai said in the 1980s when he was the MCA Youth Chief), which loosely translates to how one who is offended would retaliate.
Maverick says, Cakap tak serupa bikin:
“In the ‘BN family’, we are brothers, there is no master and slave, there is no question of who is being scared of who or whom should kowtow to whom,” Liow added to a thunderous applause from the 887 delegates present. [...]
Liow suggested the authorities should do away with labels like ‘Muslims and non-Muslims’, ‘bumiputeras and non-bumiputeras’ among Malaysians to eradicate racism and advocate the spirit of ‘rakyat Malaysia’.
The apex of Liow’s speech was in the closing when he said that it was never MCA Youth’s culture to brandish the keris (traditional Malay dagger).
“If we want to brandish something, why not let us wave the Federal Constitution?” he said as all of the Youth wing committee members on the stage rose in unison with copies of the constitution in their hands to loud applause from the floor.
source from Jeff ooi's blog:
The MCA could predict that they would be trashed and dumped in the coming general election.
They knew they had little hope. They had to show something, something that could rekindle any hope of getting elected.
The general public is fed up of their representation. They could do nothing to stop the rots in the government and the public services. They couldn't help Wee Meng Chee even after they had persuaded Wee to apologise. The Cabinet said the law could not forgive Wee. The law could forgive Zakaria Daros and the few executive councillors who knowingly acted in violation of the law made by them, the law-makers. The law could forgive Mohd Yusof Said in the Close-One-Eye affairs. The law could forgive the hundreds who disrupted the legally organized Forum on Article 11. The law forgive and forget about the corruptors who were named in Raja Petra's websites. The law can do nothing when Khairy brought along 500 members of UMNO Youth to threatened to burn down Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall. The law... oh, the law; it was made by men, by the same parliamentarian, by UMNO, for others, but not themselves. The law, would not be used to protect the weak and the minority. The law, will and had been used to punish bloggers who expose the corrupt and exploitations. The law... is about in-law!!!