In one corner of the ring, we have the Voice of Umno. And in the opposite corner, we have the Najib-inspired Voices of Moderation.
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The Father of ABU (Asal Bukan Umno) and SABM (Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia) announced that he will be leaving the country.
Did you know that the majority of the Vietnamese boat people were ethnic Chinese? They originated from Guangdong and were Cantonese speakers.
Yup, the illegal Vietnamese economic migrants who boated out to Australia were the Chinese birds of passage. Wonder if before that they had asserted as loudly and vehemently too that they were Anak Bangsa Vietnam.
I also wonder if any of these fellas below have the same contingency plan, like emigrating to Tasmania and such.
Well at least one of them we know tried to get permanent resident status in Australia but failed.
Wonder what is Hannah Hypocrite’s chameleon stance on bailing out of the country.
Her Anak Bangsa Malaysia mentor si Haris tu said that he has thought about the matter long and hard, and his decision “is for the best”.
By relocating overseas, “This way, I can better serve you (the rakyat)”, says Haris.
DAP evangelista politicians are the Orang Kaya Baru now
Previously Hannah had tweeted to encourage young people, “Don’t change your country, change your government!” despite her own attempt and failure to get PR in Tasmania.
Aaah, but that was before the Prada handbags and five-figure salary landed in her lap.
Something for readers of this blog to chew on
One commenter going by the moniker ‘bnm‘ wrote @ 2014/09/18 at 4:52 pm
re: But nonetheless, the end result is that they’re seen by a lot of Malays as being biadab.
I got your message. Loud and clear.
But what basis you arrive at such conclusion? Is there a survey done by you? If yes, who are your respondents?
Or do you merely take the statements made by Perkasa, Isma, Utusan etc etc as representative of the majority Malays that ‘Chinese is biadap”?
May I know if your finding of ‘Cina Biadap’ as perceived by the Malays is:-
1. your personal opinion; or
2. an established fact?
re: middle finger incident, Facebook insult, Chow Jack, YB Machang Bubuk (all as pointed out by you)
And if I may point out more incidences like the current Sedition Act witch-hunt…
Why the government only take action on the above incidences with super efficient speed but no action on certain quarters (you know who I mean) that have made seditious comments like ‘balik Cina’, bakar alkitab, pendatang, hina agama Hindu, Melayu malas, etc etc?
I also hope that you can ‘process and register’ what I am trying to tell you.”
How to establish biadab as a ‘fact’?
The commenter ‘bnm‘ spoke about “the current Sedition Act witchhunt”. Haris Ibrahim is one of the individuals caught in the sedition dragnet albeit charged at an earlier time.
One reader hassan asked @ 2014/09/18 at 11:44 am, “Helen, one question want straight answer: are you in favour or not [of] the Sedition Act …”?
My reply to hassan @ 2014/09/18 at 2:46 pm, “I’m against the Sedition Act. I hope to see it repealed.”
Having said that, I really don’t know how Najib Razak can hope to otherwise deal with the Yahudi Yeohs.
Let’s look at the standard of proof demanded of me by the reader ‘bnm’
(1) He wants to see a survey which proves conclusively that some Malays consider some Cina biadab. And if I can manage to show this poll result, then he wants to know who the poll respondents are.
(2) Did the perception that some Malays believe some Chinese are biadab only come about because Perkasa, Isma and Utusan have complained as such, he asks.
(3) Or is it my personal opinion in believing that Perkasa, Isma and Utusan think that Cina memang biadab.
The commenter ‘bnm‘ hopes that I can process and register what he is trying to tell me.
Like I’ve said, I don’t support the Sedition Act and I hope to see it abolished.
But nonetheless some Malaysians are beyond control. I admit that sans Sedition Act, I do not have any suggestions or solutions on how to deal with the troublemakers among a particular group of self-professed “moderate” Malaysians who label other Malaysians as “hate-spewing, divisive, race-obsessed ignoramuses”.
Saifuddin Abdullah is looking rather Chinese these days.
He’s the one on the left in the photo below. (more…)
On this date – Sept 18 – in history 32 years ago, the massacre at the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in Beirut, Lebanon entered its third and final day. The Christian Lebanese militia had slaughtered approximately 700-800 Palestinians in a three-day orgy from Sept 16 to 18.
Here it is … porky fries.
Food for the oppressed, yakni kaum minoriti 9 peratus yang dizalimi oleh rejim kejam yang memerintah negara.
Makes a quick meal on the go with J-Juice.
Under the National Anthem Act 1968, a person who shows disrespect towards Negaraku in a public place can be fined up to RM100 and/or jailed a maximum of one month.
There is also Section 268 on ‘Public Nuisance’ in the Penal Code which criminalises the causing of “annoyance to the public”. The person can be hauled to court and if found guilty, fined up to RM400. (more…)
Here’s the hot chick who is Khairy Jamaluddin’s zumba partner
And their Get Fit dance moves below
Presenting to you … the Minister Who Rocks! (more…)
The guy in the photo – Zulkifli Mohd Noor – used to be a vice chairman of the DAP.
It is impossible for Malays to be elected to a top position by the DAP delegates vote. So what the Father & Son do is they appoint the Malay chap as window dressing.