The DAP’s “Malaysian Malaysia” is Lee Kuan Yew’s brainchild.
Excerpt below from Prof. Leo Suryadinata’s paper titled ‘Citizenship, Indigenism and Ethnic Chinese in Southeast Asia: Some Observations’.
Prof. Suryadinata writes:
“The first serious challenge [to Malay indigeneity] came from the Singapore leaders in Malaysia in May 1965. Lee Kuan Yew, for instance, engaged in a debate with Ja’afar Albar, then secretary-general of Umno, after the Malaysian election. Lee challenged the special status and privileges of the Malays, arguing that no one racial group was any more native than the others. (more…)
Mantan Menteri Penerangan Zainuddin Maidin berkata, “Dalam kempen I Want to Touch a Dog, akhbar The Star yang paling ke hadapan menjuarai promosi ini dengan menonjolkan gambar wanita Islam yang berhijab memegang anjing dan berita mengenainya dengan komen-komen yang mempersendakan orang Islam”. (more…)
They are going all out to misrepresent Malaysian Muslims as violent extremists in the eyes of the world, especially among Westerners who love dogs. (more…)
Dato’ Onn Ja’afar lah sebenarnya Bapa Negara.
Beliau ialah tokoh yang patut kita amat kagumi.
Seorang begitu berakhlak tinggi dan berjiwa besar. (more…)
Ia sebuah parti yang lupa daratan.
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’). (more…)
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…)