Apa erti parti yang SEMUA kerusinya di kawasan Cina?

April 12, 2012 at 3:26 pm 47 comments

Tidak pernah lekang dari bibir setiausaha agung DAP titisan-titisan madu, kononnya begitu sayang pada Melayu dan juga sayang suku-suku bangsa lain:

“Pakatan Rakyat does not believe in BN’s racial politics emphasising an old agenda of ‘a Malay leader taking care of a Malay, a Chinese leader taking care of a Chinese and an Indian leader taking care of an Indian’. The time has arrived for everyone to take care of everyone, regardless of race, religion and colour.”

– Lim Guan Eng dipetik Malaysiakini

Walaupun DAP diketuai seorang Chinese-Last-Malaysian-First namun parti tersebut tetap bergantung kepada undi pemilih Cina.

Tidak ada beza percaturan DAP dengan formula politik ras Umno-MCA-MIC.

DAP pada masa kini memegang 29 kerusi Parlimen: 28 diperolehi pada tahun 2008 dan ditambah sebuah lagi pada tahun 2010 melalui pilihanraya kecil Sibu.

Kesemua-semua 29 kerusi Parlimen DAP terletak di kawasan majoriti Cina – perkara DAP mendapat sokongan Cina diketahui umum. Analisa statistik (jadual atas) membuktikan kesahihan fakta ini.

Daripada 29 calon BN yang kalah dalam PRU12 di tangan DAP, 28 orang daripada mereka adalah Cina MCA, Gerakan dan parti-parti campur di Sabah dan Sarawak.

Implikasinya calon Cina BN sudah tidak berapa disukai di kawasan Cina. Kalau DAP letakkan tunggul kayu pun boleh menang.

Ramai Ahli Parlimen DAP ialah Kristian

Hanya seorang sahaja lawan yang tewas kepada DAP itu yang bukan Cina. Beliau ialah M. Kayveas, presiden parti PPP, yang ditumpaskan di Taiping oleh evangelis David Nga Kor Ming.

DAP tidak mempunyai seorang jua Ahli Parlimen Melayu. Daripada 29 orang Yang Berhormat-Yang Berhormat DAP, 22 adalah Cina.

Yang Kristian ialah James Ngeh, David Nga, Teo Nie Ching, Tony Pua, Hiew King Chiew, Chong Chieng Jen, Wong Ho Leng, Liew Chin Tong, Chow Kon Yeow, Lim Lip Eng, Teresa Kok dan Lim Guan Eng. [*Anthony Loke -- tak pasti]

Antara Ahli-ahli Parlimen DAP 7 orang yang berketurunan India, Charles Santiago dan John Fernandez adalah Kristian.

Di Malaysia tiada mana-mana kerusi yang majoriti pemilih India. Namun demikian, kebanyakan Ahli-Ahli Parlimen DAP India menang di kawasan-kawasan yang ramai orang India.

Contohnya, P. Ramasamy – iaitu timbalan ketua menteri II Pulau Pinang – menang di kawasan 24 peratus (semua angka dibulatkan) pemilih India di Batu Kawan.

M. Kula Segaran (23% India / Ipoh Barat), M. Manogaran (20% India / Teluk Intan) dan Charles Santiago (19% India / Klang).

Mustahil DAP menang di kawasan Melayu atau pribumi Sabah-Sarawak.

Hanya anak Karpal, Gobind Singh Deo, dan John Fernandez boleh dikatakan telah menang di kawasan penduduk majmuk (mixed seats), masing-masing di Puchong dan Seremban.

DAP selamat di P. Pinang

Yang menang di kawasan mono racial ialah:

  • Chong Chieng Jen di bandar Kuching iaitu kawasan 91% pemilih Cina
  • Tan Seng Giaw dan Teresa Kok kedua-duanya di kawasan 90% Cina (Kepong & Seputeh)
  • Chow Kon Yeow (Tanjong / 85% Cina)
  • Tan Kok Wai, (Cheras / 84% Cina)
  • Lim Kit Siang (Ipoh Timor / 81% Cina)

Ahli-Ahli Parlimen DAP kawasan pemilih Cina 75-80 peratus ialah:

  • Fong Po Kuan — Batu Gajah
  • Tony Pua  — Petaling Jaya utara
  • Hiew King Chiew — Kota Kinabalu
  • Fong Kui Lun — Bukit Bintang

YB-YB DAP di kawasan pemilih Cina 70-75 peratus, bukan secara kebetulan kesemuanya terletak di Pulau Pinang, ialah:

  • Lim Guan Eng — Bagan
  • Chong Eng — Bukit Mertajam
  • Liew Chin Tong — Bukit Bendera
  • Karpal Singh – Bukit Gelugor

DAP hanya boleh menang di kerusi-kerusi yang, paling kurang pun, mesti ada lebih 50 peratus pemilih Cina.

Selain Gobind dan John yang disebut tadi, dua orang lagi Ahli Parlimen DAP sahaja yang menyimpang dari pola undi popular 60-90 peratus Cina. Mereka ialah Charles Santiago dan M. Manogaran — kedua-duanya di kawasan yang mempunyai kira-kira satu perlima pemilih India.

Goyah di kerusi ramai India

Undi India mengalih secara mendadak dalam PRU12. Kejadian tersebut tidak akan berulang.

Ini bermakna DAP kali ini (dalam PRU13 akan datang) berisiko kehilangan kerusi di kawasan-kawasan yang mana pemilih India berperanan ‘kingmaker’.

Satu contoh adalah Teluk Intan di mana nisbah pemilih India adalah satu perlima.

Pada PRU11 (2004), Teluk Intan menyaksikan pertandingan tiga penjuru. Calon BN Mah Siew Keong telah menang atas 18,665 undi yang diperolehinya. Beliau mengalahkan calon DAP Wu Him Ven yang mendapat 8,829 undi dan calon parti Keadilan N. Gobalakrishnan (6,128).

BN menang di Teluk Intan pada 2004 dengan majoriti 3,708. DAP menang di Teluk Intan pada 2008 dengan majoriti 1,470. [Kemaskini (Apr 13): Jumlah undi rosak ialah 1,153, mungkin ‘protest vote’ yang disengajakan dalam PRU12 oleh puak anti-Dollah].

Biar kita membuat beberapa andaian. Katakan kebanyakan daripada 36.2 peratus pemilih Melayu di Teluk Intan mengundi BN pada 2008 dan kebanyakan daripada 43.8 peratus pemilih Cina telah mengundi DAP.

Sekiranya BN mahu terus kekal berkuasa di Perak, ia akan bekerja keras memujuk pemilih Melayu supaya tidak leka duduk di rumah. Pada PRU12, peratusan 70% yang keluar mengundi di Teluk Intan tidak memberangsangkan.

Dan sekiranya pemilih Teluk Intan yang 20 peratus terdiri daripada kaum India boleh sejuk hati nanti, kerusi ini akan pulang ke pangkuan BN kelak. Soalnya apakah penilaian masyarakat India – yang sudah lebih celik hari ini – terhadap DAP?

Betulkan DAP sayang masyarakat India?

Yang ketara ialah DAP, selepas kejayaannya dalam PRU12, telah mengekspot sikap streetfighter dan takbur mereka serta politik perkauman dan evangelis menyeberangi Laut Cina Selatan ke pulau Kalimantan.

Keputusan pilihanraya negeri Sarawak dan pilihanraya kecil menunjukkan DAP disambut mesra kaum Cina tetapi ditolak masyarakat pribumi di sana.

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  • 1. mosea  |  April 12, 2012 at 3:36 pm

    Sebenarnya sudah tiba masa untuk rakyat Malaysia bersatu tanpa mengira bangsa atau agama. Sememangnya perkara ini susah untuk dicapai setelah selama 55 tahun di bawah pemerintahan UMNO-BN yang mengapi-apikan isu perkauman apabila dicengkam kekalahan. Kita tidak boleh berpura-pura bahawa UMNO-BN tidak mengunakan isu-isu sensitif untuk menakutkan para pengundi Melayu seperti Malaysia akan dikristiankan atau dicinakan. Ini adalah palsu belaka.

    Helen, sudahlah, jangan lagi mengunakan isu-isu yang seakan-akan DAP akan menguasai tampuk pemerintahan Malaysia. You and I know that this is obviously impossible.
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    Hahaha,

    You’re funny … and sad. Only yesterday Kit Siang was reported as saying “[we'll be] on our way to Putrajaya” with 115 seats while his son was earlier predicting that Umno will implode due to BN failing to obtain an emphatic win & thus hurting Najib.

    If Pakatan wants to convince us of its multi-racialism, start treating Indians better.

    Helen

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    • 2. calvinsankaran  |  April 12, 2012 at 4:01 pm

      Nice try KOMTAR Kop !

      I must commend DAP for finally finding a DAPster who could at least put together a legible sentence in the national language. Or did you use Google to translate from Mandarin ???

      I must say that you KOMTAR Kops are easy to spot with your standard and structured replies. Perhaps it all comes from the hours of Powerpoint presentation. Please give me compliment to the Herr General Jeff Ooi.

      PS : BTW, is your name by any chance happened to be Zairil ?

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      • 3. Sshsn  |  April 12, 2012 at 10:16 pm

        Ah Calvin and Helen….what funny folks we have…whats your retainer by the way? If that’s even your real names that is…

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  April 12, 2012 at 4:15 pm

      Mosea,

      I forgot to link the Guan Eng boast. Here it is, ‘Pakatan only needs 100 MPs to take power, says Guan Eng‘.

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    • 5. koteypanjang (Kpanjang)  |  April 12, 2012 at 6:01 pm

      helen , your blog now constantly monitered by LGE crew, they got “first kopek” la on this`topic.

      Sis ,they also found changes in the malay perception on them, hence the reaction.

      right now you have been upgraded from a mosquito blogger, to some one to keep an eye on constantly.
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      Yeah, the posting must have touched a raw nerve. Well, if this blog is hacked, then regular readers will have their valid suspicion as to who’s the culprit. Bad publicity for the chief suspect in public perception (even if entirely innocent). — Helen

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      • 6. Hussin Rahman  |  April 12, 2012 at 9:34 pm

        DAP is fast turning to be a party like the Nazis in Germany before the start of the Second World War. The Nazis brought untold suffering to the Europeans, the Jews and other innocent people in several other countries. The DAP will

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    • 7. James  |  May 2, 2012 at 9:09 pm

      ABU!!!!!

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  • 8. bgees  |  April 12, 2012 at 5:16 pm

    we dont mind cina ,india or sakai. what we wanted are leaders without corruption, cheats,waste of public fund and most important work for all the rakyat and support the needy no matter what race they are. full stop. no more politics blickering morons.

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    • 9. i'm a  |  April 12, 2012 at 7:39 pm

      leaders without corruption,cheat, and waste of public fund….?who? Anwar n lge? hahaha….in yer dream la…they’re no different..even worst..

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      • 10. Hussin Rahman  |  April 12, 2012 at 9:29 pm

        Anwar is the worst leader any community, anywhere in the world and at any time in history, could have had.

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      • 11. Sshsn  |  April 12, 2012 at 10:18 pm

        Submarine. Pkfz. Immigration records. Mongolia. C4. Cows and Condos. Enough? No? Go fuck yourself….

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      • 12. gL  |  April 18, 2012 at 12:45 am

        tailorgate, chinadollgate, backgate, developergate, sampahgate, pipe-watergate,councilreplacedgate, vicegate…..all forms the tips of iceberg of a bigger wolf

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  • 13. Vong  |  April 12, 2012 at 9:21 pm

    UMNO/BN has been given five over decades to rule (ruin??) the country!
    And have gone from bad to worse to worst!
    Only the insane, brain dead, cronies and masochistic will be happy to have the corrupted, cheating, lying and scam ridden UMNO/BN for their government!
    Perhaps some mentally deficient people like to be cheated?
    Lied to?
    No wonder all kinds of weirdos exist in this world!!

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    • 14. Hussin Rahman  |  April 12, 2012 at 9:26 pm

      UMNO/BN might be bad but the alternative is worse, much more worse, in fact 100 times worse. Do you want a sodomite to be your PM and a serial liar to be one of your federal ministers?

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    • 15. Koteykulup  |  April 13, 2012 at 11:59 pm

      Eh Ah Beng Vong,do you know who is the Sifu of corruption,it is you Ah Beng,your kind of people will resort to anything illegal under the Sun,as long as it brings huge monetary gains to you so its your Ah Beng’s race is the Father of all Corruption in the country

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  • 16. Freddie Kevinesh  |  April 12, 2012 at 9:46 pm

    I wonder what the Christians in Sabah & Sarawak will think of all this anti-Christian bashing by Helen and UMNO bloggers BigDog, UnSpinners, Papagomo, GAP etc…

    I’m enjoying the show.
    Please continue to bash the Christians.
    Beware the silent quiet mood in the community.

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    • 17. kotaypanjang (Kpanjang)  |  April 12, 2012 at 11:19 pm

      wah look like a Dapster’s are out in force ,sis. A Dapster tag team Shout down la. WAH MENAKUTKAN LA.
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      Vong & Trong are replicons (if you get what I mean) rather than a tag team. Btw, replicon is a real word. — Helen

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    • 18. i'm a  |  April 13, 2012 at 12:58 am

      Dun worry, christians in sabah and sarawak are vry matured…knew sme sabahan christian who are so sick of dapster evangelist thug style…dun forget they are bumis…and they knw how dap hate their privilege.. Hmm..and muslims especially in rural areas are shifting..most of muslims don’t agree with selangor pas commissioner on the apostacy issue..so,enjoy the show…

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      • 19. Forrestcat  |  April 13, 2012 at 8:59 pm

        Ironically chinese avengelists several minths ago described the predominantly catholic ibans as people who use daughters as sex toys in a sarawakian avemgelist magazine….shows how much the anglophiles abhor diversity..all christians must be ugly likenthem…

        DAPsters when malays are not around also like to describe as Malays as rapists..same tactic as western colonialists to mae themselves superior…the hypocritical australians also have a silly racists law called the Intervention to discriminate againts aboriginals by saying aboriginals like to rape children…..typical anglophole attitude…

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  • 20. kotaypanjang (Kpanjang)  |  April 12, 2012 at 11:24 pm

    Freddie Kevinesh,

    The christian in Sabah & Sarawak know who is hijacking their religion for political gains.

    Orang sabah and Sawarak can see tru your orang semenanjung DAP dirty tactics.

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    • 21. Freddie Kevinesh  |  April 13, 2012 at 12:40 am

      Christians in Sabah & Sarawak worship in the same churches as their Semenanjung brothers and sisters…

      Have you been to any churches to observe the crowd you’d know this fact!

      Don’t be bodoh sombong…

      At least Helen, BigDog & Utusan are honest that they hate Christians when they are bashing Christians.

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      • 22. kotaypanjang (Kpanjang , KTP, KPee)  |  April 13, 2012 at 7:40 am

        Kevinesh, AS a muslim we don’t christian, But we do hate people who exploite religion for political hate purpose.

        We muslim’s have first hand experience via PAS who hijack Islam as vehical for their political agenda.

        Yes, seed of hate is very easy to cultivate. yes of course .
        I have christian friend who , tell me of what the priest surmon become more political from 2005 onwards.

        It is no diffrent from Pas who use the mosque who use it spread hate for political purpose among fellow muslim.

        The people who “hate or bash” christian , does it not the religon on whole , does at the specific ‘Pas type’ christian who spread hate via the pulpit and church services.

        I don’t condone either type ,the one who bash and the who use religion for politics.

        i appreciate you putting out your view to engage fellow blogger “Walaupun tak sehaluan”, in the dangers using religion for political gain’s or for poisoning the political well via religion.

        Kevinesh, even must admit that you can see people who exploite the christian or bash them for political gain, there is always a filp side to any issue.

        what do you suggest as solution to this problem?.

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      • 23. calvinsankaran  |  April 13, 2012 at 7:59 am

        Herr Freddie @ KOMTAR Gestapo,

        Guten Morgan !

        I am sure our Christian brothers and sisters in Sabah and Sarawak can speak for themselves and don’t need some Semanjung DAPster to do the talking for them. Your behaviour is so condescending and disrespectful towards them.

        If you know anything about Sabah and Sarawak, they detest those know-it-all Semanjung politicians and their supporters try to tell them how to vote.

        BTW,Helen and Utusan don’t have Christians. Please do not follow your Dear Leaders and play the religion and race cards. They just hate those Christians who practices hypocrisy and biawakism.

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      • 24. Forrestcat  |  April 13, 2012 at 9:01 pm

        Do you pray to the pope? I dun think so….

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  • 25. nalza@700  |  April 12, 2012 at 11:28 pm

    How about UMNO/BN bashing? ok is it? do u think bashing up the majority is ok? stop all these nonsense…yes, BN had its flaws after 50 over years and the current govt are trying hard to rectify it. The PR govt, only 4 years hancur, kucar kacir but tryng to show off like a taiko, talk big, boastful and arrogant… please lah… try to be humble and own up if you are in the wrong..

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    • 26. Hussin Rahman  |  April 13, 2012 at 12:19 am

      Very well said, my friend.

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      • 27. 7777ismyname  |  April 13, 2012 at 3:15 pm

        Back in 2008, it was BN that was arrogant, over-confident, and it hit them bad. Now its the Pakatan, especially DAP showing similar strains, albeit going overboard. Good indication that they are not getting the same piece of cake this election, instead will be handed a humble pie.

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    • 28. gratitude  |  April 18, 2012 at 12:52 am

      very well said, nalza@700
      Its the efforts and sincerity that counts

      We have peaked among Asian countries, thanks to BN stable leadership with mutual win win cooperations.

      Rakyat well taken care of.

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    • 29. I hate N'Sync  |  April 18, 2012 at 1:23 am

      Define “flaws”. Then, compare with “weaknesses” and “defects” Next, add “mistakes” and “cock-ups”.

      I do agree that the current government and the past government and the previous past government are always trying to rectify things. The million dollar question is whether they are like mice fixing cucurbita maxima or kucing hitam atau putih.

      Kita kena rasional, “hancur”, “kucau-kacir”, “huru-hara”, itu a bit off la. Ye la, bila orang dah buat silap, kita jangan lagi mengaibkannya, kita biar dia sorokkan diri perlahan-lahan. Itu budaya dan adat kita, bukan begitu?

      Aku pun belum dengar Sharizat minta maaf lagi.

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  • 30. Freddie Kevinesh  |  April 13, 2012 at 7:45 pm

    Calvinsankaran,

    You are anti-Christian!
    A coward who launch who create a fake name to engage in a personal attack.

    Please tell your friend BigDog to push PDRM to quickly complete their investigations into his his anti-Christian claims!
    The report result is pending since last year already.

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    • 31. Forrestcat  |  April 13, 2012 at 9:04 pm

      What is anti christian? Reminding that christianity represented by europeans raped and pillaged the civilizations in south america, enslave africa, humiliated china and india..started WW1 and WW2…went into spending binge and ended with almost half the christian europe to be in perpetual debt.

      It is just so hard to jaga hati christianity…just being brown and carrying an asian name is anti christian ey…Freddie KEVINESH…what was your anti christian hindu name?

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    • 32. Forrestcat  |  April 13, 2012 at 11:21 pm

      Is this anti christian? Its from australia..your second motherland after england where u are first class citizen right?

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  • 34. Koteykulup  |  April 13, 2012 at 9:00 pm

    This PR fellas baru je merasa kuasa dah sombong,you won b’cos the rakyat just got fed up with the sleepy head,his son inlaw and the 4th floor boys.They vote you not b’cos they like you but they just wanted to try you out but seeing how you rascals behave,this coming election you can just kiss your arse goodbye.You should make plans to migrate from this country and lets see who will welcome you.China will defnitely reject b’coz you are just a bunch of trouble makers.Maybe America or Israel will accept you.If that happens then its good riddance and berambus lah kamu.

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    • 35. I hate N'Sync  |  April 18, 2012 at 1:27 am

      Mana orang Cina mau balik China, awak ini tak faham-lah konsep international mobility. It is only international mobility if it is migration to a better developed country. Takkan lah PAS, PKR yang juga orang PR nak pergi China? Nak kondem, kondem betul-betul dan terang-terang la. PR fellas ke Cina-kui?

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  • 36. tech  |  April 14, 2012 at 4:09 am

    We traded a tyrant 500 miles away for one a mile away.

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    • 37. tech  |  April 14, 2012 at 4:12 am

      “We traded a tyrant 300km away for one, a km away”

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      • 38. koteypanjang  |  April 18, 2012 at 8:30 am

        tech why the adjustment in distance?

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  • 39. Shamshul anuar  |  April 18, 2012 at 11:49 am

    Helen,

    DAP’s image as a chinese party ( or rather more importantly as anti Malay) is making Malay uncomfortable. Which explain why PAS is losing Malay support now.

    PAS members find it difficult to justify their alliance with DAP that vast majority see as anti Malay. Blaming UMNO is of no use as as far as anybody can remember, DAP is a party about Lim Dynasty only.

    Some young Malays maybe taken for a ride by DAP. They are young anyway and of course seldom use brain.

    But I can vouch DAP is racist. Only when in power( limited such as in Penang), Malaysians are beginning to see how DAP is turning Penang into “chinese” and “chinese land”.

    Criticizing DAP is not anti Christian or anti chinese. Rather the problem occurs as DAP encourages Chinese to adopt a hostile attitude towards Malays .

    DAP’s tactic is to jugde whoever speaks on Malay interests will be deemed automatically as racist.

    Malay forgiving nature ( meaning not wanting to create a scene) appears to lend credence to DAP. But in reality, Malays just do not want to upset relationship with non Ma;ays.

    Which explains why no uproar over Ngor saying Dr Zambri as “haramjadah”. imagine if the role was then reversed.
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    Malays should not be misled into believing that DAP puts the Chinese community first. Their politicians put themselves first. As we can see, they’re enjoying their taste of power – of course meaning the positions & perks that power brings – and they want it all (right up to Putrajaya). — Helen

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    • 40. Alex Lee  |  April 18, 2012 at 12:38 pm

      The DAP was and never is a Chinese based party. But what has really changed over the past few years, the years before GE12, was that it (the DAP) knew that in order to break out of its limitations (in the case of attracting a larger voter base) it had to sever all its remaining heritage (cultural heritage, i.e Chinese) in order to get to its new vote bank. The strategy it employed was, to say the least, very subtle. It never publicly said it was discarding Chinese issues, but rather it merely stated that the issues are cross racial, meaning that, your issues (Chinese issues) will be looked into. It didn’t mentioned anything about how to go about solving the issues. The mantra is to repeat the well rehearsed statement of “we’ll solve the issues”. Ask the questions again and you get the same statement.

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  • 41. shamshul anuar  |  April 18, 2012 at 5:04 pm

    Helen,

    Precisely. I often asked my Chinese friends( many support DAP) why Guan Eng becomes Penang Chief Minister.

    I understand Azizan is Kedah MB as he is PAS state commisioner. I am not surprise Mohd Hassan is NS MB as he is UMNO State Liason Chief. So does Khalid becoming Selangor MB by virtue of his position then as PKR Chief in Selangor.

    But why Guan Eng. should not the coveted post go to DAP state Chief?. Why was he sidelined?

    And many of my Chinese friends were surprise when I told them how upset Malays are when many DAP speakers begin quoting Kuran in speeches. They thought the protest is from UMNO only. When I told that it is no laughing matter, they were dumbfounded.

    Is Guan eng that good? I notice he often uses the dirty tactic of brushing aside criticism by attacking thoe who question him. The isdsue of Bayan mutiara Mosque is important for Malays. Yet he chooses to be silent.
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    Daim, CSL, KTK, THN and other senior BN leaders have likened him to a ‘streetfighter’. He got where he is by trading on Kit Siang’s name & the ‘debt’ that Chinese owe his father. — Helen

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    • 42. gratitude  |  April 19, 2012 at 12:07 am

      why would bestow an exotic streetfighter title.
      streetsamseng may be more befitting

      just like mat rempit being actually a samseng jalanan

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      • 43. Koteykulup  |  April 20, 2012 at 11:56 am

        Gratitude,may I add he behaves more like a Triad gangster to me.So bloody arrogant and Cocky.

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  • 44. Wakiki  |  April 23, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    Despite the claim that UMNO-MCA-MIC being a racist coalition, they still contest under 1 banner, that is BN. And a malay majority area does not mean it will only be represented by UMNO. MCA and MIC have contested and still contesting in Malay majority areas until now. So, where’s the racist element in it?

    Mat Sabu said a Malaysian PM has to be a Malay. Tun Mahathir, despite being labeled an ultra-malay stressed that whoever commands the majority support of the parliament shall become the PM. Now, who is more racist?

    Despite strong words spelled out in UMNO General Assembly, has other races been systematically exterminated (as claimed by the illegal movement Hindraf)? The rest of the Malaysian just continue attending to their own business year in and year out.

    PM Najib is working extra hard to convince the Malays to do away with their crutches.

    BN is just not doing enough work to defend against such wild allegation. The loose Pakatan Rakyat coalition simply has too much time on their hand, rather than focusing on their own government.

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  • 45. billy ng  |  April 27, 2012 at 4:17 pm

    Helen,

    The DAP arrogance has gone overboard. They go around boasting that they have the support 0f 90% chinese support all over the country. But we must remember that arrogance has its price. The way things are going, it seems that GE13 will witness two ethnically divided patterns. On the one hand, you have the Malays, pribumis of Sabah and Sarawak, and the Indians behind the BN, and on the other hand, the Chinese behind the Pakatan. Bersih 3.0 is not going to change this pattern. BN will win GE13, with additional seats wrestled from PKR and PAS, while most likely will lose some MCA seats to DAP. Hence, I can’t see how Lim father and son prediction of 115 seats. When the dust has settled, there might be a Baling meeting, and the BN will ask the Chinese how they are going to fit into this country, added with the possibility that if the MCA insists that they will not sit in the Cabinet. So how is the Chinese interest going to be represented? The gainers will most probably be the Indians and the pribumis besides the Malays, and they will receive a lot of benefits for their support of the BN. Besides, Kelantan is now 50-50 in favour of BN, Penang might see some Pakatan seats going to BN especially PKR and PAS seats but will remain a DAP fortress, Kedah and Selangor might return to BN, while Perak may see BN win with a slim majority.

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    • 46. koteypanjang  |  April 27, 2012 at 5:42 pm

      Mr Ng, my reading of the situation is almost a mirror to yours.

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    • 47. HuaYong  |  April 27, 2012 at 8:39 pm

      “They go around boasting that they have the support 0f 90% chinese support all over the country.”

      cite please.

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