I just read a latest article in the DAP Insider titled ‘DAP Political Strategist says DAP has lost a major segment of Indian votes (Part 1)‘.
The website made the following mention:
“The unkindest cut of all – Hannah Yeoh tried her stunt with the ‘Anak Malaysia’ thing to register her daughter’s birth but ended up choosing to state that her daughter is Chinese instead of Indian. What a great hypocrisy and insult to the Indian man who is her husband. It only shows that she is so ashamed of her husband’s race that she kept her more superior race.
“Yes, even though she tried to explain that she just accepted what was typed in by the counter clerk at the registration office but really – would the counter clerk do such a thing and take such liberty without reference to her? And even if she did, then why did Hannah Yeoh NOT OBJECT to such an insertion of Chinese as the race of her daughter?”
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Dear DAP Insider,
I have something to add to your observation above. Like you, I don’t buy her cheap excuse that it was the poor counter clerk at the NRD who did it.
Below is a reproduction of her daughter’s birth certificate application form which first appeared in Malaysiakini.
The Yapping Yeopies have staunchly defended Hannah’s hypocritical reasoning that a Yang Berhormat meekly accepted what a clerk had written on the form.
Well, isn’t the duty of a YB to show leadership?
Satu lagi ‘kesilapan teknikal’, konon
Since Hannah is known for snapping like a Rottweiler every so often at the civil service – to the extent of calling press conferences to criticize government servants – who can believe that she is so meek as to refrain herself from correcting a counter clerk?
Especially if the clerk had really made such a serious mistake with regard to the vital particulars of a State Assembly ruling representative’s daughter.
They, i.e. Hannah Yeoh and her Jerusubang fan club, would have us believe that the NRD clerk had taken the liberty of categorizing the child as a Chinese.
If so, isn’t it equally logical that the presumptuous clerk would have categorized the baby as a Buddhist as well? After all, most Malays (on an assumption that the clerk is Malay) more often than not would presume that Chinese worship tokongs.*
[Please don’t quibble over the distinctions between Buddhism and Taoism here.]
Birth cert correctly says Christian, wor
But have a look yourself — her baby’s religion is stated on the application form as Christian.
Now imagine if the clerk had written Buddhist (or Hindu) as the baby’s religion. Do you think Hannah Yeoh would have similarly accepted without fuss such a mistake in the Religion box?
Therefore, if the baby’s religion – correctly stated as Christian – got the nod from the mother, then the baby’s race stated as Chinese would have been also given the green light by the parent, no?
The above example of Hannah Yeoh brazenly shifting the blame to the clerk is a typical example of her DAP Super Bullying ways.
Her devoted followers display the same kind of behaviour. It really shows something about the kind of people immersed in the cult.