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September 17, 2014 at 7:31 pm 50 comments

Chinese are richest billionaires in Indonesia and the Philippines

Writer Amy Chua, a law professor at Yale University, says in her book World on Fire that her Chinese relatives in the Philippines “live literally walled off from the Filipino masses, in a posh all-Chinese residential enclave, on streets named Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and Princeton. The entry points are guarded by armed, private security forces”.

“… over time I have also had glimpses of how the Chinese must look to the vast majority of Filipinos”, writes Prof. Chua, “as exploiters, as foreign intruders, their wealth inexplicable, their superiority intolerable” (page 4, ‘World on Fire’).

GROTESQUE is how some greedy Bak Kut Teh eaters look


The Philippines’ richest – almost all Chinese

In her book intro chapter on Ethnic Hatred, Chua writes that in the Philippines, “millions of Filipinos work for Chinese; almost no Chinese work for Filipinos. The Chinese dominate industry and commerce at every level of society”.

Below are the Top 10 richest men in the Philippines this year according to Forbes:

  1. Henry Sy – Chinese
  2. Lucio Tan – Chinese
  3. Andrew Tan – Chinese
  4. Enrique Razon, Jr. – Spanish descent
  5. John Gokongwei, Jr. – Chinese
  6. David Consunji – Chinese
  7. George Ty – Chinese
  8. Tony Tan Caktiong – Chinese
  9. Robert Coyiuto, Jr.  – Chinese
  10. Andrew Gotianun – Chinese


Not meek and mild, lah

Filipinos with pure Chinese ancestry make up very much less than two percent of the country’s population.

Those with mixed Chinese ancestry are estimated to number roughly about one-fifth. They include President of the Philippines, Benigno Aquino, who belongs to the very rich Cojuangco clan that can trace their patriarch’s ancestral village to the Fujian province in China.

Evangelistas vehemently insist that Christians are “only nine percent” of the Malaysian population and are always telling everybody that because of their smallish number, they are weak and helpless.

Being a minority community need not necessarily correlate with weakness, as the Philippines example has shown.

Suharto Salim

Indonesia’s richest – almost all Chinese

The late Indonesian president Suharto (left) chatting above with the late tycoon Liem Sioe Liong, founder of the Salim group.

Liem’s son Anthoni Salim is the third richest man in Indonesia today.

And Chinese are only around three percent of the Indonesian population.

BELOW: Michael Hartono and his brother Robert are Indonesia’s richest billionaires

Michael Hartono

And here are the Indonesian top 10 billionaires of 2014:

  1. Robert Budi Hartono & Michael Hartono – Chinese
  2. Eka Tjipta Widjaja & family – Chinese
  3. Anthoni Salim & family – Chinese
  4. Susilo Wonowidjojo & family – Chinese
  5. Chairul Tanjung – pribumi
  6. Sri Prakash Lohia – Indian descent
  7. Boenjamin Setiawan & family – Chinese
  8. Peter Sondakh – Chinese
  9. Mochtar Riady & family  – Chinese
  10. Sukanto Tanoto – Chinese

Among Indonesia’s Top 10 billionaires who are Chinese, below

Indonesia's Richest

Stop bullshitting that minorities are weak and helpless

It is the same situation in Malaysia and Thailand of Chinese dominating the billionaire and millionaire stratosphere. The last prime minister of Thailand, Yingluck Shinawatra, was Chinese.

Being a small percentage – like 9.2% – of the population does not necessarily mean that a community is weak and helpless. Christian MPs dominate the Malaysian Parliament disproportionately to their population ratio.

Furthermore, even though the majority of the Christians in Malaysia are the pribumi of Sabah and Sarawak, yet it is the Chinese who dominate the Church leadership.

Writes Amy Chua:

“there festers among the indigenous majorities deep anti-Chinese resentment, rooted not just in poverty but feelings of envy, insecurity and exploitation. Such resentment is ready at any moment to be catalyzed …”. (p.47, ‘World on Fire’)

BELOW: Richard Ng ordained as Bishop of Miri

Richard Ng

Catholic leadership in peninsula, Sabah & Sarawak

  • Sec-Gen Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei (Michael Teng)
  • Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur (Archbishop Julian Leow Beng Kim)
  • Archdiocese of Kuching (Archbishop John Ha Tiong Hock)
  • Archdiocese of Kota Kinabalu (Archbishop John Wong Soo Kau)
  • Diocese of Melaka-Johor (Bishop Paul Tan Chee Ing)
  • Diocese of Penang (Bishop Sebastian Francis)
  • Diocese of Sandakan (Bishop Julius Dusin Gitom)
  • Diocese of Miri (Bishop Richard Ng)
  • Diocese of Sibu (Bishop Joseph Hii Teck Kwong)
  • Diocese of Keningau (Cornelius Piong)

Leadership of the evangelical Christians in the peninsula is emphatically in the hands of the Chinese, most obviously.

“Meek and mild” is the last thing that the evangelistas are. They’re bloody aggressive. Between the Christians and Muslims, it’s an even balance as to who is bullying whom.

October 23, 2014 at 1:45 pm 10 comments


How Chinese are treated in the motherland … UK daily The Independent reports that China singularly carries out the death penalty on its own citizens in greater number than all the death sentences in other countries of the world put together.

Apparently Beijing considers its executed prisoners as the most problematic Chinese. (more…)

October 22, 2014 at 8:52 pm 24 comments

You can do Fotoforensics on the Zairil-Dyana collection

There is computer software that can run CSI to see whether a photo has been doctored or not. It looks like an X-ray process.

Below is an example of gambar yang tidak diusik, i.e. it has not been Photoshopped.

You can see the building outlines are clearly marked and have purple highlights. (more…)

October 22, 2014 at 10:16 am 20 comments

If this was Semenanjung Tanah Cina, how do you think the Chinese will treat immigrants?

There’s this controversial book called The Chinese Dilemma by Ye Lin-Sheng published in 2003.

The Yahudi Yeohs have most predictably spewed their characteristic venom at the author – such as that he is an abject apologist lah, a race traitor lah and what not (I’m only mentioning here the printable labels; even nastier – unprintable – descriptions abound).

If you’re curious as to what he wrote that caused the YYs to throw a hissy fit, please do read on. (more…)

October 21, 2014 at 11:44 am 29 comments

Pendatang polemics: How about Chinese join the army?

The latest news in Ismaweb today – ‘Pembela buat laporan polis terhadap perwakilan Gerakan’.

Pembela is a coalition of more than 50 Muslim NGOs. Isma plays a leading role in Pembela; Isma deputy president Aminuddin Yahya is also the Pembela deputy chairman.

The Gerakan delegate in his speech at his party AGM said that Malays are pendatang too. His contention is a popular refrain among the opposition-supporting Chinese (who make up 90 percent of the Chinese population in Malaysia and include Gerakan and MCA members). (more…)

October 20, 2014 at 8:40 pm 19 comments

Dear Mr Prime Minister

Dear YAB Dato’ Seri,

You say that the Chinese votes fell during GE13 because Chinese voters believed “lies” about Bangladeshi phantom voters.

Actually they hate your party and want Umno dead and BN buried. (more…)

October 19, 2014 at 10:42 pm 21 comments

Why Guan Eng slam Nancy? AG does not answer to BN lah

Malaysia practises the separation of powers. Nancy Shukri (pix below) as an MP is an elected member of the legislature and, as a cabinet minister, is a member of the executive.

On the other hand, the high office of the Attorney-General is provided for under Article 145 of the Federal Constitution.

So why are the Yahudi Yeohs demanding that Nancy interfere with the AG ‘s job? (more…)

October 19, 2014 at 6:26 pm 19 comments

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