Singapore Straits Times is pointing fingers at Malaysian government for dilly-dallying in solving the problem of rampant immigration.
This time Carolyn Hong touched on the race and religion issue.
1. In an attempt to strengthen her blemishing remarks against BN, she wrote :
“... in the next round, Sabah ’s urban areas may fall to the opposition, if trends in neighbouring Sarawak and East Malaysia are any indication. The issue of rampant immigration is already one of the biggest for the electorate.”
2. Her mind is disturbed by the increased immigration of Muslim population.
‘…many Muslim immigrants had been made citizens “overnight” in exchange for their votes for the BN.’
3. She supported the Sabahans’ suspicions that their state is crowded by huge group non-Malaysian populations.
4. Carolyn Hong hinted that Malaysian government had tempered with the Sabah that by quoting Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities for “the integrity of the system had been compromised.”
Carolyn Hong relishes this kind of news that could foresee a climbing good result of more opposition victory.