Siapa yang cakap betul, Haris atau Raja Petra?

April 24, 2012 at 8:59 pm 13 comments

Beberapa hari lepas, Haris Ibrahim telah memblog tajuk ‘Sorry, Pete, but not this Malaysian‘.

Nama timangan ‘Pete’ merujuk kepada Raja Petra Kamarudin.

Haris memetik satu perenggan yang ditulis RPK dalam Malaysia Today:

“…when Malaysians go to the polls in the coming election, they will not be voting as Malaysians. They will be voting as Malays, Chinese, Indians and natives of East Malaysia” (kata RPK)

Manakala pendekatan Haris adalah sebaliknya. Kata Haris:

“… I’ll cast my vote, as I’ve done all these years, as anak Bangsa Malaysia”.

Istilah ‘anak Bangsa Malaysia’ ini saling tak tumpah butiran yang diisi Adun DAP Hannah Yeoh dalam borang rasminya di pejabat Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara, yakni menolak pengenalan diri mengikut etnik Cina, India dsb.

Berikut ialah screenshot komen-komen pembaca blog Haris ‘The People’s Parliament’.

Maaf cakap, walaupun peminat Haris (di atas) enggan menerima pakai ‘kotak’ bangsa India – ataupun “hitam metalik” mengikut gambaran evangelis DAP – namun Selvaraja Somiah ini masih wajib dikategorikan sebagai seorang ‘bukan-bumiputera’.

Meskipun Harjit dan Bernard Morais menganggap diri mereka anak Bangsa Malaysia namun mereka masih akan diletakkan di bawah kategori ‘bukan-bumiputera’. Ranen Bhattacharyya juga seorang ‘non’; iaitu bukan-bumiputera.

Demikian juga James Loh, SoonYap, Saw Hin Seang, Ipohgal, Lau Chin Jien, ‘Malaysian’ dan LChuah — semuanya bukan-bumiputera.

Pengomen yang menggelarkan dirinya ‘ACR’ (screenshot bawah) menggunakan kata-kata Arab/Islam sepertimana David Nga Kor Ming menyebut ayat al-Quran, Ng Suee Lim memetik Hadis, Teo Nie Ching memakai tudung dan Lim Guan Eng kononnya menegakkan tiang amar ma’aruf nahi mungkar.

Namun ACR masih tidak dapat mengelak daripada tergolong dalam kategori kafir zimmi.

Seorang lagi pembaca bernama ‘Sam Chye’ di blog Haris mengkhabarkan kepada kalian bahawa beliau seorang ‘Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia’ (SABM). Sam Chye akan mengABU — Asal Bukan Umno/BN apabila membuang undi nanti.

Pembaca-pembaca Haris yang lain – ‘Johnnie Thaksin’ dan ‘Shakuntala’ menuduh Raja Petra sengaja berusaha memecahbelahkan rakyat Malaysia serta mengata blogger otai tersebut seorang shit stirrer yang mempunyai “jaded ego”.

Saya rasa kita di sini mampu membuat penilaian yang lebih objektif dan lebih adil terhadap Raja Petra berbanding SABMers.

Gambar di bawah ialah Hannah anak didik Haris. Lihat pada tabir di acara DAP tersebut yang tertera dengan tulisan bahasa Melayu, Tamil, Cina dan Inggeris.

DAP mendakwa diri mereka Malaysian First serta mencanangkan bahawa semua warga Malaysia adalah satu bangsa. Jadi mengapa ada 4 jenis huruf abjad yang membayangkan 4 jenis audien berlainan disasarkan parti itu?

Tidakkah hanya menggunakan bahasa Malaysia (bahasa kebangsaan first) sudah memadai sekiranya kita betul-betul satu bangsa sahaja?

Haris membantah anak-anak bangsa Malaysia dipisahkan kepada kategori bumiputera dan bukan-bumiputera. Katanya:

“I am sick and tired of this bloody divide and bloody rule!

“Who the hell are you, Jibby [perdana menteri Najib Razak], to decide who is Bumiputra and who is not?

“Damn all politicians on both sides of the divide who daren’t tackle this issue head on, who continue to pander to race because Umno / BN make it the order of the day.

“And damn all you Malaysians who continue to accept this bloody divisive categorisation.”

Haris mempertanggungjawabkan Umno-BN sebagai pihak bersalah melaga-lagakan rakyat.

Para politikus DAP pula menolak keras pemisahan warga mengikut etnik. Akan tetapi apa kata mereka tentang “bloody divisive categorisation” (bumiputera dan bukan-bumiputera) yang diselar Haris?

Pengikut-pengikut gerakan SABM yang dipelopori Haris rata-rata menolak pengenalan etnik tetapi mereka menerima pengenalan diri mengikut kategori bumiputera (bersamaan Melayu, pribumi Sabah dan Sarawak) dan bukan bumiputera (bersamaan Cina, India, lain-lain).

Saya nampak ada elemen menipu diri dalam pegangan bercanggah SAMBers ini.

SAMBers juga mahu Umno dikuburkan agar negara kita tidak akan lagi terus mengekalkan sistem di mana rakyat diasing-asingkan.

Okay lah. Andaikan Umno berjaya disingkir dan diganti dengan DAP.

Maka kita perlu bertanya apa kaedah-kaedah penambah baikan yang ditawar oleh DAP. Adakah DAP akan menganugerahkan hak istimewa untuk membolehkan puak evangelis dan Kristian memakai selendang supaya berketerampilan mirip bumiputera Melayu-Islam?

Hannah Yeoh menjalankan kempen Occupy Masjid

Apa produk yang dijual kepada SABMers oleh DAP?

Pokok pangkalnya Haris menolak label bumiputera. DAP tidak menolak label bumiputera. Adakah Haris merasakan DAP mendokong perjuangan SABM?

Haris tidak minta Hannah tolong jelaskan keadaan? (Haris sering memuji Hannah sebagai seorang politikus yang berintegriti, pintar dan berhemah.)

Haris yang memimpin projek Article 11 (kebebasan beragama) juga tidak minta Guan Eng tolong jelaskan pendirian parti ‘sosialis’ DAP atas konsep sekularisme di Malaysia. Kenapa pula tidak?

Guan Eng silent on Kedah fatwa

Guan Eng silent on Tan Yi Min

Guan Eng silent on Revathi, on Banggarma, on Subashini, on Sharmini, on Anthony Rayappan …

‘Jom ubah’? Apa yang hendak diubah? Adakah yang hendak ditukar itu cara orang Cina berpakaian? Ikut gaya Adun Subang Jaya itu?

Seorang jurujual jalanan yang berdagang bungkusan-bungkusan keropok dari kopitiam ke kopitiam pun tahu apa itu barang yang mereka jaja.

Apa yang dijaja Haris Ibrahim kepada pengikut-pengikutnya yang bukan ‘Cina’, bukan ‘India’ [tidak mengaku diri Cina/India] dan juga bukan bumiputera? Adakah bakal pengganti Umno berjanji akan “tackle this issue [of race] head on” ataupun masih “continue to pander”?

Apa kata Buku Jingga? Kerangka dasar bersama Pakatan? Haris seorang peguam; mustahil dia belum meluangkan masa untuk membaca dokumen-dokumen penting tersebut.

Sekiranya Haris ikhlas dan berjujur dengan pengikut-pengikutnya, jaminan ini harus dituntut daripada DAP terlebih dahulu.

Berkaitan:

Eh, Guan Eng belum ajar Dong Jiao Zong lagi ke?

Apa erti parti yang SEMUA kerusinya di kawasan Cina?

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  • 1. Bongek  |  April 25, 2012 at 12:54 am

    Nicely written. I will vote based on my race. I am not convinced “anak Malaysia concept” as I believe this just a slogan to deceive the reality.

    People in US voted Obama as their President simply because he is the best choice on merit and he forgo his Kenyan belief, connection, language, custom and tradition.

    Now, if LGE did the same, I will definitely will consider voting him if he is the most suitable Malaysian.

    Obama never fight for a Kenyan language school in US and he never speak in a language that other majority American do not understand.

    How about that for a start on this anak Malaysia thing!!!

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  April 25, 2012 at 7:29 am

      Many Americans also voted by race.

      Obama had the black votes solidly, overwhelmingly behind him — the blacks were thrilled that after more 200 years, ‘one of their own kind’ historically had a shot at the oval office for the first time.

      Even Colin Powell, the (black) Republican former secretary of state, spoke well of Obama during his campaign.

      Obama was least favoured by white male voters, particularly the working class whites.

      Compared to the Republican candidate, Obama performed far more strongly among the Hispanics & Asian American voters, i.e. minorities like him. They all still voted by race.

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      • 3. HuaYong  |  April 25, 2012 at 9:47 am

        “Sekiranya Haris ikhlas dan berjujur dengan pengikut-pengikutnya, jaminan ini harus dituntut daripada DAP terlebih dahulu.”

        Helen, i would presume Haris speak from the angle of voters, perhaps the pertinent question here is, shall we ‘voted by race’, and is it the right thing to do? For instance LChuah assert that ‘can’t think of any truly educated person induldging in race-based voting”, let assume that Petra and you are truly educated person, do you think LChuah assertion is right or wrong? I believe the intention is not ideology but rather a call to mitigate our race base attitude, and this shall apply to every voter, so what exactly is your point?

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      • 4. I hate N'Sync  |  April 25, 2012 at 11:15 am

        I think I can salute Haris’s idealism, but I am partial to RPK’s realism.

        We have to be pragmatic. How many Malaysians are capable of thinking beyond race? it does not mean we should not try of course, but the quantification of interest is how much the candidate’s skin colour can offset his or her actual capabilities in comparison to his or her opponent.

        How many people will vote as Anak Malaysia? We need movements like SABM, but I don’t think we are ready to discard our ethnic identities, culture and preferences. I think SABM is useful in helping Malaysians see BEYOND race, but it does not mean that race is OBLITERATED. We should be proud of our ethnic heritage, culture and literature, but it does not mean that we are not patriotic or un-Malaysian. Yes, much has been said about the DPM claiming that he is a Malay first, but when he gets to the office and in public service, he cannot be anything else but Malaysian. His oath of service is not to UMNO or PERKASA, but to the Federal government and ultimately, the Constitution.

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        • 5. Helen Ang  |  April 25, 2012 at 11:46 am

          I hate N’Sync,

          Let’s examine how (what you generously call) the SABM ‘idealism’ plays out in reality.

          DAP the M’sian First party crucified Hindraf for highlighting Indian concerns. And what do they do now? Kim Guan Eng’s puppet – the non-Penangite P.Ramasamy who was catapulted to the DCM II position – now creates Indraf.

          Should we see DAP’s “colour blindness” / “beyond race” posturing when they threw mud by labelling Hindraf “racists” to be idealism or rank hypocrisy? Haris was on Hindraf’s case too, only he used the words “communalist” and “racialist” instead of outright “racist”.

          Then we have the HHH Adun running the Occupy Masjid campaign. She’s the DAP mascot who’s supposedly beyond race. Her baby can’t be allowed to be classed ‘Indian’ (but Chinese’ can leh, as second choice to ‘Bangsa Anak M’sia’).

          What has DAP’s “beyond race” bollocks really achieved?

          It’s resulted in the refusal to acknowledge that marginalized Indians need focused attention (in the mould of Australia’s aborigines).

          And the outcome of DAP’s M’sian First kononnya ‘idealism’? Oh, we’re all not permitted to pay [any focused] attention to Indian problems b’cos that would be looking at skin colour. Soooo racist.

          So, ultimately, nothing done.

          About Muhyiddin. He’s Muslim (aligned to Article 3 of FedCon). He speaks Malay (Article 152). He’s Malay (Article 160). His adat Melayu — consonant with the symbols of state, such as the Agong/Sultans’ official attire of tengkolok, kain sampin, etc.

          DAP accuses him of claiming to be Malay First. DAP claim themselves to be M’sian First. Okay, fine. Anybody can claim anything.

          What has DAP done or position/stance taken that puts them & their followers clearly ahead of Muhyiddin vis-a-vis the Constitution?

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      • 6. calvinsankaran  |  April 25, 2012 at 2:22 pm

        Reply to I hate N’Sync # 4.

        This is what I think.

        Bangsa Malaysia & Malaysian First are ideals that we should strive for and support. But shouting out siogans is easy and attractive. But in reality it requires a lot of sacrifices that I am not sure most Malaysians will agree too.

        If we really want to see Bangsa Malaysia, then we cannot be insisting on having vernacular schools and defending them as our constituitional rights. We cannot be having separate TV/radio stations, newspapers, or names identified by ethnicity, etc etc. In essence this is the model that Indonesia had adopted.

        While for non-Malays/bumis, Bangsa Malaysia is an attractive concept, most will not cede these rights so to embrace Bangsa Malaysia.

        Most non-bumis who support and clamor for Bangsa Malaysia or Malaysian First only want to repel the NEP and do away with Malays Special rights rather than genuine willingness to move toward a Malaysia that is no longer identifies with ethnicity.

        That’s why Helen and many Malays think DAP’s Malaysia First & SABM are hollow and fake slogans that out to hoodwink Malaysians. If DAP is serious about Malaysian First, then the party has to be specific in their idea rather than being vague and talk about non-identification by ethnicity and fairness. While I am not a fan of PAP, at least their claims can be justified by their educational policies.

        Most Malaysians still want to preserve their cultural and religious roots. As long as they want to do so, there can be no Bangsa Malaysia.

        The reality is most of SABMs want Bangsa Malaysia is not out of patriotism or a desire to see a united Malaysia but most out of their selfish intention to get more for their own community.

        To me, while Bangsa Malaysia is an ideal that we should strive for, at least for now we are not ready. Like Helen, personally I think we should preserve out ethnic identiies, vernacular schools, etc for this is what makes Malaysia what it is and this is why we are rich in deversity.

        Our cultural and ethnic heritage gives us a competitive edge. I can speak in terms of FDI and because many Malaysians can speak Chinese and Indian languages, English and Bahasa gives us the edge over Indons, Thais,etc,

        But at the same time, we also must respect and remember that we have gained this concession under the Social Contract. We need to keep our end of bargain that is to respect what we agreed to do – Article 153, etc. We cannot be having our cake and eating it too.

        I believe the bumi community is a tolerant and reasonable one. I also trust that they can understand and we can mutually discuss and agree on an updated Social Contract which provides a more fairer playing field and curb some of the abuses under the NEP. But this has to be done in a respectful manner.

        Another problem I have with SABMers is their claim to be voting as Malaysian. Can someone please clarify as what does it really means to vote as Malaysian ? Does this only mean to reject BN as it is a coalition of ethnic based parties ? Or it also mean reject PR as it also contain PAS, a party identified by religion and DAP, a party that 90% Chinese ?

        To me, I think SABM is nothing but ABU clothed in different and more idealistic name. To me, Malaysia First is nothing but an attempt to challenge the Malay Special Rights and the NEP.

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    • 7. Adam  |  April 25, 2012 at 10:26 am

      anak Malaysia ? pergi dapatkan cermin dulu, tengok muka sendiri, Cina, Melayu, India atau lain-lain. Anak Malaysia konon ! Muka sendiri pun tak kenal ! DAP ni kuat bohong. Kalau nak semua orang anggap diri mereka sendiri sebagai anak Malaysia, kenapa DAP tak perjuangkan Satu Sekolah ? anak Malaysia konon ! Nak bohong sampai bila ? Nak berputar belit sampai bila ?

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    • 8. wawe  |  June 15, 2015 at 10:03 pm

      You want equality but you do not speak ‘equally’ language.
      I am sick of so many types of schols…smjk la, sjk laaa..only in malayia we hv to layan so many demands…

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  • 9. kialjr65.com  |  April 25, 2012 at 9:57 am

    Reblogged this on KIYAIjr_@com.

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  • 10. beeBUZZ  |  April 25, 2012 at 10:34 am

    Yang dihormati Helen,

    Sungguh murni pada ketika itu(40 tahun lalu) seorang “Ah Chong” mengadap “Haji Ali” membawa anak perempuan baru lahir. “Haji tolong saya ambil anak saya ini(atas sebab tertentu lah).
    Selepas 25 tahun aku ternampak. Aminah berbagsa Cina dilawati anak Ah Chong yang lain pada Hari Aidilfitri. Wah berkerumun gembira. Ada ampau lagi untuk kakak dan anak-anak saudara mereka.
    Tidak lama kemudian aku saksikan lagi, ..” kak aku nak beli kereta baru, kau ambil kereta aku yang kecil tu . Senang kau hantar anak ke sekolah.” Aduhaiii……

    Kenapa susah sangat kita untuk memahami situasi yang sepatutnya kita harmonikan?

    Yang bising-bising kearah telinga kita sekarang merupakan sampah politik. Meluat.
    Betulkan saya kalau silap…

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  • 11. jojo  |  April 25, 2012 at 11:50 am

    Yah…they suddently become Malaysian coz hopping to get extra benefit and to eleminate Bumiputera benefit…that the simple game that DAP and PKR playing…..Will they all agreed to use only Bahasa Malaysia,Budaya Malaysia,Only satu school…where by Chinese company will employeed Malay as CEO, and all malaysian will have similar name…like Indonesia regardless race…than we are anak Malaysia.

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    • 12. Adam  |  April 25, 2012 at 12:35 pm

      jojo,
      kalau DAP setuju dengan perlaksanaan Satu Sekolah, guna Bahasa Melayu, habislah mereka. Sebabnya ? Kalau DAP setuju dengan benda-benda yang engkau sebutkan tadi, masyarakat Cina akan hukum mereka dengan sekeras-kerasnya.

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  • 13. salhas  |  April 25, 2012 at 11:56 pm

    Haris had made his choice: Jewbough. Not Jibby.

    Reply

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