“The only thing racist in this country is Umno, BN, Dr M and the mainstream media.” — kata Haris Ibrahim
Boleh baca ‘Fear mongering ala RPK style‘ di blog Haris hari ini.
Rencana Raja Petra Kamarudin yang dirujuk Haris itu ada hampir 200 komen pembaca.
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Lihat pada grafik dalam majalah ‘The Rocket’ (screenshot bawah) yang memaparkan tangan pegang pensel.
Ditandakan mata pensel pada kotak bangsa ‘Malay’ tetapi ditokok-tambah juga dengan penghujung (Malay)”sian”.
Apa yang terlintas di benak fikiran seorang bukan Melayu itu yang begitu kuat tekadnya untuk pangkah ‘Malay’, tetapi kotak pilihannya pula perlu di-Jom Ubah?
Bukankah perbuatan tersebut seolah-olah mahu meng’hilang’kan atau mengebas identiti orang Melayu asal?
27 thoughts on “13 Mei: Blogger dituduh cuba menakut-nakutkan orang”
Orang muda tak tahu 13 May 1969 ini. So when anybody reminded them of the incident, mereka kata cuba menakut-nakutkan orang bukan melayu. We must hinder from repeating he same mistake. The price to pay is high.
Jadi, kita kena berwaspada dengan “all circumstances, be it ceramah, gathering or incidences” that can lead to 13 May recurring.
In 1987,we were so close to 13th May , but, operasi Lalang hindered the escalation. I remembered eve to the operasi Lalang, I had teh tarik with 2 Indian and 1 Chinese friends, my classmates. At about 4 pm, his wife called from TTDI saying, Bas Sekolah kena bakar at TTDI, he rushed back, because that was his daughter’s school bus.
It was a rumour. And, hand phone was not plenty as today’s.
Police acted swiftly, and many politicians put to “rest period”.
These F***ing politicians, they just care about getting votes. One gets nutty, the other becomes a nut-cracking monkey.
They don’t know the boundaries of their “inflaming mouth”. I just hope the police and Risik guys will do their job meticulously. If they see just a small spark that catch these buggers, put them in “cold storages” for 2-3 months. Let the western world yell for 2-3 months, so long as we dont kill each other for these F**k-up idiotic mongrel barking politicians.
Yang menuduh RPK cuba menakut-nakutkan orang bukan Melayu itu ialah si Haris. Dia bukan orang muda. Rambut pun dah banyak beruban.
Seorang pembaca bergelar ‘Pro-arte’ telah mengomen di Malaysia Today pada September 22, 2012 06:25:17 di rencana yang disebutkan di atas:
Sesiapa yang menasihatkan supaya orangramai kenal sempadan akan didakwa sebagai “fear-monger” oleh mereka-mereka itu.
Then it is the chinese afraid of malays? Like i said, we are not insecure,as the army, police and civil servants are malays
Someone is afraid, but not the malays, we just continue our carefree life eating nasi lemak.
“just continue [your] carefree life eating nasi lemak”, LOL.
Which side PAS picks to stick with is a factor methinks. At the moment PAS is a shield. However if PAS parts ways with Pakatan …
Helen, if PAS part company with Pakatan, then its game over.
I have been thinking about this scenario for quite some time now. if BN win the GE with a simple majority, the first thing BN should do is to convince PAS to move closer to BN. now, don’t get me wrong here. I m not advocating that PAS should join BN. what I m saying is, BN should convince, to entice PAS to work with them on an issue by issue basis. Both have more in common than the Chinese dupes care to believe.
I have always believed that PAS would acquire more political clout not as a partner of any coalition but as the swing force. heck look at it now, without PAS, Pakatan can forget about the Malay Muslim vote.
for BN, with PAS being “neutral”, they can focus more of their attention, and resources, on containing the Chinese + Anglophile threat.
re: “Both [Umno and PAS] have more in common than the Chinese dupes care to believe.”
Yup, absolutely. The street demos against the anti-Prophet Muhammad YouTube case in point.
Hop over to Haris’ to get a sampling of why (actually err, why?! ah) the Chinese are unable to grasp this idea which is such a simple point.
But Helen, as always, the Chinese, with their doublethink mentality, will convince themselves that PAS and UMNO are sworn enemies, that they have nothing in common.
A little bit of help from the DAP, i.e “telling the Chinese that PAS is on our side” helps also in convincing the Chinese dupes of the “totality” of this warped, doublethink mentality.
Keep up the good work.
I write hoping to get some honest feedback. Out of 100 readers of this blog, 99 are the silent majority. I’m curious.
In the pro-Pakatan blogs, opposing views are forcefully silenced. That’s why Haris is only preaching to the converted and they’re echoing in their chamber confirming each other’s biases. Not only is the trend unhealthy but it can be dangerous too, to be wilfully blind to real sentiments.
As the saying goes, ‘once bitten twice shy’, those within the age range will know what was like, anyway it’s a good lesson for everybody, but as Tun M popular saying, Melayu mudah lupa.
Maybe the others has forget too so much so may be another one is coming base on current situation.
If anything happens, the opposition will blame it on a plot engineered by Umno.
I foresee that when Tanda Putera is screened in mid-November, this country will split into two.
Between now and then, there is the backdrop of the violent protests in the Muslim world against that anti-Islam film.
Probably the present (before folks get even more emotional about May 13 prompted by Shuhaimi Baba’s movie) is a good time to rationally gauge sentiments. People did not watch the anti-Prophet Muhammad movie but reacted.
Similarly people did not watch the Tun Razak movie but reacted too. The earlier reactions to Tanda Putera indicate that Chinese feelings run deep as well.
It takes both hands to clap.
kalau A pijak foto B kerana kebebasan ekspressi sudah tentu peminat A tak rasa apa-apa tetapi macam mana dengan peminat B?
apakah A ingat peminat B adalah robot yang tidak punya perasaan yakni akan abaikan saja keterlampauan A dalam menggunakan kebebasan ekspresi?
kalau A dapat kebebasan mengekspresikan apa saja, tidakkah peminat B juga ada hak untuk bebas mengekpresikan kemeluatan terhadap A dengan apa saja kaedah?
kalau A jadi berani untuk mengekspresikan kebebasan secara zahir kerana di belakangnya ada ramai penyokong tidakkah peminat B juga akan jadi berani untuk mengekspresikan kemeluatan secara zahir?
bagaimana kalau B ada berjuta-juta peminat? apa cara nak kawal kemeluatan berjuta-juta kepala? kalau kemeluatan itu dipendam memang mudah tetapi macam mana kalau ianya diluahkan?
kalau diluahkan secara verbal, sebaik saja kering air liur maka berhentilah ia tetapi bagaimana kalau diluahkan secara ini: ‘ada ubi ada batas, ada hari ada balas’?
Adik berhujah dengan bernas.
Masalahnya mereka masih dalam alam khayalan.
Contohnya apabila RPK membangkitkan isu jejaka itu memijak gambar PM, mereka tidak tahu pun latar cerita lalu komen-komen mereka menyimpang dari kenyataan — kononnya pemuda itu bukan berbangsa Cina lah tetapi orang
KhazakKazakh ataupun gambar itu hanya rekayasa perang psikologi Umno.
Walhal gambar itu sudah tersebar luas dan hangat diperbincangkan namun para pembaca Malaysia Today dalam dunia mereka yang terasing itu tidak terdedah dan tidak mengetahui tentangnya.
tidak semua penyalaan api dilakukan oleh ‘batu api’. apabila suhu terlampau panas, nyalaan akan tercetus sendiri waima tanpa adanya bantuan dari batu api.
tidak ramai insan budiman rela tampil ke depan untuk memberikan pandangan dan nasihat dengan menggunakan hujah bernas bagi mengatasi peningkatan ‘suhu’ bumi.
kalau ada, insan budiman tadi akan dituduh sebagai cuba berlagak pandai dan lebih teruk dari itu akan dituduh sebagai ada agenda tersembunyi termasuklah menakut-nakutkan warga dunia.
Ha-ha-ha. — Helen
In Hong Kong, the local Chinese told the mainland Chinese to go back to their country – no Hong Kong or foreign publications considered the call racist. But, when Malays mention the same to the Chinese – the Malays are labelled racist. Kinda like the blacks calling each other N****r it’s alright; but when a white does the same, all hell breaks loose. Go figure..:-)
If wanna talk about fear-mongering, watch the on-going bunga silat between China and Japan on the island dispute. Saying May 13th being used as a tool to illicit fear amongst the Chinese is like saying the annual celebration of D-day is to fear-mongering the Germans. History is history, sometimes worth bringing-up so the same mistake do not repeat.
The Rocket wants to remove the race box yet when I had to submit a form to claim flood assistance from the Queensland government last year, I was asked of my race. When I was instructed to register voting for local council in Milton Keynes, I was asked of my race. Racial profiling has it’s use in governance.
Notwithstanding, what is there to be ashamed of one’s race that one has to erase it? I’m a Melayu, Islam, Perempuan dan di lahirkan di Malaysia, bumi yang bertuah. It is in those orders that have contributed in shaping who I am.
Perhaps, The Rocket should put their effort in creating additional boxes under gender selections. That’s a move I’ll support. I find male or female boxes very limiting – there are hemorphidite, transvestite….
the reason why the DAP wants race to be abolished, if that is how its put for consumption, is that, the Anglophiles and Christians within that party see “race” as an obstacle to their dream of taking over Putrajaya.
mind you, the “Chinese” and “Indians” within that party do not see themselves as Chinese or Indians, in fact they do not even see themselves as Malaysian. They see themselves as the “descendants” of the old colonial empire, the British.
So “race” must be abolished, to get rid of. For as long as “race” exist in the context of Malaysian politics, they have not hope of ever getting to Putrajaya.
Playing on the insecurity of the Chinese, Indians and other minorities, and the grievances associated with that insecurity, the DAP say to the minorities that, “race is the reason why inequality exists, and therefore, to end inequality, “race” must cease to exist”.
the first thing the DAP targets is the column “race” on papers we need to fill for various purposes, i.e birth certs. if they can do away with that, suffice to say, their next target will be vernacular schools.
how would they proceed ? well, for starters they will convince the minorities that vernacular schools are a hindrance to racial achieving racial equality. this may sound absurd, but it works. why, because, even the most skeptical critics cannot resist buying this fraud because it touches on emotions.
with vernacular schools gone, comes the final and hardest part. can the DAP convince the majority Malays to amend the constitution and institute full racial equality ? this is a bit tricky. but the DAP can play the vernacular school card. they can point out that the vernacular schools are no more, so what is there for the Malays to talk about ?
think about this. If everyone sees himself/herself as “Malaysian”, who’s going to benefit the most ? The people with the most resources, those that are the best educated, they will benefit the most. who are these people in the context of Malaysia ? Anglophiles !
AI says “ “mind you, the “Chinese” and “Indians” within that party do not see themselves as Chinese or Indians, in fact they do not even see themselves as Malaysian. They see themselves as the “descendants” of the old colonial empire, the British.
AI, I beg to differ. Those of us who had been born in Malaysia and grew up with the rest whether whichever the party they are in now does not reflect they own believes but only a hope for what the party that most neglected on their own.
This is a very convoluted thought in my opinion because, the party did not feed us for us amongst us, but the humanity and humility between us to accept each other and respecting each other.
We may have our individual qualms against the system, political affiances, and how it is driven but what holds it together is an individual dealing between us as society to deal and tell you straight in the face, look we are Malaysian of different races and beliefs but only one culture a Malaysian culture irrespective of our origin.
You seem to encourage the division amongst us, rather than why the division exist? I am not historian nor are you the mover or shaker of the society. I don’t see why there is division if we as Malaysian can accept there are many mishaps that needs’ to be corrected as Malaysian for Malaysians minus the race factor.
AI, we don’t need prediction, we need action. Action begets our role when we seek humanity not what origin we are as Malaysian born for Malaysians.
10-4, crystal clear. Even I, someone who is not too well versed on the history of Malaysia, know such intention is not sustainable in Malaysia. Communists tried this strategy (albeit on religion rather than race) and failed. Here’s hoping for DAP to also fail on this intention..:-)
HM, hk , Homogeneity and heterogeneity. HK is a bad example. No offense. You see in Malaysia, we are the later but never had any problem, because we created homogeneity amongst each other as Malaysians. This has nothing to do race, religion or creed but our culture as a Malaysian that we grew up with. Trust me, I have a beaming light whenever I meet in Malaysian outside Malaysia irrespective of the origin, just feel at home with another Malaysian.
None taken. Reckon you should get your facts right before sharing loudly with others..:-) Anyway, I don’t get any beaming light when meeting fellow malaysians abroad who are of ‘saya anak malaysia’ types. You know, the kind who left malaysia coz hate the gomen and corruptions but thousands of miles away still can’t stop mouthing the gomen they hate soooo much. In Bahasa Melayu, we call’em ‘gila talak’
all i can see from Haris’ posting would be his whining/lamenting over RPK; safe to say he thought Pet has berpaling tadah – which in truth is, nothing much changed with Pet except now he bashed the opposition as well: truth is a bitter medicine.
Then, there’s a cute example of how not racist BERSIH and Anti-Lynas demo was; I like his take on racism and from the 10 comments I read, seems they are as warped as Haris which made me come to a conclusion, no one reads it but head straight to write in the comment section to further establish how delusional they all are.
Seriously, if you ask me, 13 Mei has been prostituted by Haris & the oppos to bring fear to the people and subtly to reject BN. Clever move I say but an envelope can only be pushed to a certain extent as after a while the ugly truth behind the facade you’ve been covering rears itself.
Haris needs to come to term with himself as he begins to show sign of insecurity, bad mirror-image and how much he hates himself – reason? Only Haris knows best on this.
They are playing with fire.
Its not as easy as touching the stove to gauge its heat. Like touch touch kejap and if its hot, the finger will heal no problem. If not hot then ok lah and hold both hand to carry. It’s not the same. They are stirring deep water.
All for the sake of political expediency (as the glue leader’s run this time may be the last one due to age, so put lah all in)
More so when they have not proven or unable to prove that they can serve well if at least better. For that matter, they may even be unable to serve anything good at all, for all level of rakyat after all the mouthfuls of badmouthing talk, saliva and all.
Atas pagar comment is actual spot on.
What RPK is trying to show, how freedom of his expression effect the can effect the race relation. And Botak has been sounding off this advice/warning to the clowns make comment. So he finally gave them a taste of freedom of expression. And now that the shoe is on the other foot.
You know in fighting forest fire and as preventive measure in forest fire management. There is such a thing as a control burning.
It is the same.thing here, RPK just reminding the inhabitant of the forest, that the weather is very hot now. So if it get any hotter, then a control burning. Is a likely consequence because … Sometime lesson learned first hand stick in your mind when compared to reading in the history books.
Don’t belief ask the people of Rwanda.
Haris mempelupori acronym ABU; Asal Bukan Umno..only sick people like Haris can come up with such generalised hatred of fellow Malaysians.
HK, hk ( what is the thing one capital and the small letters!!! Does that mean something, just curious)
I think that is a swiping statement. I am sure not everyone hate the government. Migration is part of evolution for one’s desire, some material and some for their own enhancement without political equation.
You have Americans giving up their citizenship to take up Singapore citizenship because the Sing government has unlimited grant for bio medical research. Sure most Non malay Malaysians I meet complain if the topic arises, otherwise we cherish it but the funny thing is I also come across many Malays too with similar thoughts. So I think it is a Malaysian thingy not one based on our origin.
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