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Kes tunjuk ‘jari tengah’: Belum tahu langit tinggi rendah (Updated)

Ia tidak dilaporkan oleh The Star.

Khabarnya pemuda terbabit seorang penyokong DAP — perkara ini sebenarnya boleh diselidik sama ada betul atau tidak (contohnya Patrick Teoh sebelum ini memang ada buktinya rapat dengan ketua-ketua DAP).

Para blogger pro-kerajaan pun telah berjaya mengenalpasti siapa dia pemuda yang membuat isyarat lucah itu sungguhpun nama lelaki tersebut belum dikhabarkan dalam media massa. — dikemaskini 10.04 pagi

Namun bad news for the DAP is usually no news in The Star.

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Cerita latar, sini. Merujuk perbuatan seorang pemuda menunjukkan isyarat tangan lucah yang didakwa telah ditujukan kepada Raja Permaisuri Agong.

Kejadian berlaku di Pulau Pinang.

http://theunreportednews.blogspot.com/2013/02/lelaki-cina-pulau-pinang-tunjuk-isyarat.html#.URrNvPKAHAt
http://theunreportednews.blogspot.com/2013/02/lelaki-cina-pulau-pinang-tunjuk-isyarat.html#.URrNvPKAHAt

Laman MyKMU (Kumpulan Menyokong Umno) bertanggapan bahawa sekiranya adapun dihulurkan ucapan maaf, ia hanya akan bersifat hipokrit untuk mengelak daripada diambil tindakan undang-undang.

(Berkelakuan lucah di khalayak umum boleh dijatuhkan hukuman penjara 3 bulan mengikut Seksyen 294 Kanun Keseksaan selain pesalah dikenakan denda.)

Seingat saya, kes terdahulu pijak gambar perdana menteri juga tidak menampakkan si pelakunya melafaz pohon maaf.

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Lawatan Najib ke Tanjung tidak berbaloi

Pulau Pinang adalah negeri pemerintahan DAP di mana tiada raja berhak disembah melainkan Tokong.

Najib Razak membuat lawatan ke sana baru-baru ini tetapi malangnya telah menerima layanan yang berbaur biadab termasuk sepanduk sambutan gong xi fa cai gambarnya diturunkan serta panji-panji 1Malaysia dibuang oleh kerajaan tempatan Guan Eng.

Sementara itu, Subang Jaya adalah ibu negeri alternatif di mana Ratu Twitternya nampak kurang mempercayai laporan berita suratkhabar bahawa Najib berjaya menawan hati para hadirin di Stadium Han Chiang.

Seperti biasa, pemimpin DAP 2.0 ini suka memperlekehkan segala jua usaha baik yang cuba dibuat orang BN.

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Penyokong MCA mereka yang lanjut usia

Seorang blogger Kamarulzaman Kamdias mencabar para pemimpin MCA dan Gerakan – di samping DAP – agar berani untuk menegur perbuatan kurang ajar sekiranya ia melibatkan ahli masyarakat Cina.

Luahan perasaan yang dikeluarkan oleh Kamarulzaman sebenarnya menggambarkan sudut pandangan yang dikongsi bersama di kalangan ramai blogger Melayu.

Akan tetapi masalah dengan syornya ialah kelainan hakikat daripada yang disangka. Parti dinosaur hanya mewakili kebanyakannya golongan warga emas sahaja (gambar bawah).

Sebaliknya parti mewakili generasi muda ialah DAP yang keahliannya telah meningkat tiga kali ganda sejak tahun 2008.

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Galeri gambar Wanita MCA di sini

Para blogger Melayu yang sedang marah-marah haruslah faham bahawa masyarakat Cina tidak lagi berada di bawah kawalan MCA. Malahan presiden MCA sendiri tidak mampu pun mengawal halatuju sebuah suratkhabar yang kononnya milik parti tersebut itu.

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66 thoughts on “Kes tunjuk ‘jari tengah’: Belum tahu langit tinggi rendah (Updated)

  1. Are you ready for PSY….. Yes……. x3

    Are you ready for BN…….NO…….. x3

    Haha, I thought the BN leaders in Penang especially Teng Chang Yeow just mentioned few days ago that the people are back with BN? Some bloggers here also always say people are fed up with PR in Penang.

    What a good waking slap on the self denial syiok sendiri bunch.

    1. Despite the no x3.. these people stood under the blistering heat of the sun for hours for goodies brought by BN.. makes u think isn’t it?..

        1. very important to note if you check out the video link below right after the three times, you can hear no and you can hear yes which is slightly longer than no, and you can hear people asking so is it yes or no? I was there and I can tell you it was not a majority no and it was not majority yes and in between a high percentage of kiasus who are afraid to be label by Dapsters or BN supporters or maybe they are atas pagar. Looking at that, the chances of taking Penang is quite high and I am telling you this as I myself swing couple of times with my vote. I feel really sad looking at all the expensive condos with only few units occupied. What is happening to my home town..??? My family is not liking this. I discovered out of 13 of us voted for Oppositions last time 4 still voting for DAP 2 will split their vote, they want to give federal to BN and state to DAP, 3 sure going back to BN and the rest still atas pagar.. I am sure the malays are going all out voting for BN this time around also Indians are going to do that too.. Actually many Malays opt not to vote in 2008 because they are fed up with Pak Lah and some voted for oppositions because of the same reason.
          Nothing has changed to the Indians, Buah Pala incidents really a bitter experience.
          I think this time around you will see a huge numbers of voters turnout, so it will be a very close fight. I am not surprise if BN take over or hang. If DAP won very likely with a seat or two. People will be harping on economic growth and Penang was growing only a bad 2%.

    2. Dear Ravin aka Komtar Gestapo:

      Perhaps you and the rest of the Dapster clans are missing the point here. There were 60K people who attended the event, much larger than the 30k people who joined the “historic” DAP ceramah in 2008 before the 12GE (FYI I was there).

      The shouts of “No” came from the hardcore Dapsters who came deliberately to create a ruckus and most ordinary Penangites were either kept silent or saying “yes”.

      That 60K people turned up despite the desperate effort of DAP and the alternative media must have sent shivers up the spines of Pakatan leaders.

      That people are fed up of LGE is an understatement. If you asked me this question in 2011 or even 2012, I would have said BN has zero chance of retaking Penang. But today if you speak with the folks on the street, there is a big change in their mindset.

      DAP always equated hating UMNO to loving DAP. But this race card has lost the sting. People can see how LGE is ruling the state like his father’s property without any consultations or respect to people. They can see how he blatantly side with developers and rich businessmen and sideline the rakyat. They are fed up with DAP for their unholy khalwat with PAS. They see what’s going on in Kedah too.

      I can’t say BN will form the next govt in Penang but surely even if DAP wins, it will be with a slim majority with PKR and PAS getting wiped out. It will be a nightmare scenario for LGE since he will only have a simple majority and having to contend with a stronger BN at the state level and a stronger Fed govt under BN.
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      Calvin,

      re: “Komtar” [location]

      Ravin has mentioned previously that he lives in Subang Jaya.

      Helen

      1. I doubt if this Dapster is telling the truth though. The Subang Jaya people tend to be older and not indulge in cyber bullying and stalking. “Ravin’s” profile tend to match with a younger profile and writing style tend to reflect a certain Penang slant.

    3. Shame on them..come for free..then acted stupidly arrogant…no pride at all.oh..btw, the one who captured the video has the loudest no don’t u think……i wonder how dapster can be ultimately shameless.

    4. Yes x3 No x3….the way these Dapsters conclude their judgement on people’s support is laughable.

      Just saw another video in Rocky Bru’s ….they were more BN Yes x3…yet this too would not in any way reflect the people’s support on either side. Maybe a glimpse.

      Typical Dapsters short-lived syiok sendiri celebration.

    5. From what I heard…Le God Eng paid those 10 or so fellas to do this…all came dressed in Bersih 3.0 shirts but none came in HH or even DAP shirts??…

      Probably doesn’t want it to be linked back to DAP perhaps??

      btw Ravin or Rajiv whatever….your video you guys uploaded was really syiok sendiri ah!!… The guy’s voice is so loud lar…

      and when you will solve the parking problems in SJ?? I have told many times to you and your answer is we are trying to resolve…sampai bila mau resolve?? lagi 15 tahun kah??

  2. kaka helen..
    seperti biasalah hanya permohonan maaf selepas ini memandangkan org2 melayu mmg mudah memaafkan bangsa lain selain dari bangsa mereka sendiri yg hanya meninggalkan dendam berpanjangan.
    ditambah pulak dengan menteri melayu yang asyik ber amaran dan ‘masih terkawal’.
    semalam saya berkesempatan minum di gerai dalam taman saya bersama bbrp warga veteran yang pulang dari surau dan jelas kemarahan mereka terhadap insiden ini..sbg warga yang melalui etik2 susah payah sepanjang selepas kemerdekaan hingga sekarang saya paham mengapa mereka marah dan merasakan tindakan2 dapster semakin melampaui batas dan norma2 orang malaysia.
    kerisauan saya cuma pada anak2 muda yang mudah terpana dan termakan dengan politik benci dan dendam..
    salam…

  3. Well, if this is Thailand he would go to jail.
    I guess the Malays don’t really respect their royalty so much if they let this pass.

    1. Kalau dengan meminta maaf, lepas tu maaf diterima, sesiapa pun lepas ni boleh tunjuk apa2 lucah kat di tempat awam.

      apa susah lepas buat lepas tu minta maaf…..

    2. THEIR ROYALTY??? MALAYS’S ROYALTY? THIS IS THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM…DAPSTERS DONT ACCEPT CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY IN MALAYSIA. THEY WANT THE PRIVILEGE OF BEING MALAYSIANS BUT THE 2ND PRINCIPLE OF RUKUN NEGARA THEY COULDNT CARE LESS… THEY DONT DESERVE TO BE MALAYSIANS..

      1. So?
        What are you gonna do about it?

        The Chinese got rid of their king back in their homeland, not surprising if they want to do the same here.

        30 days jail and RM8000 fine, eh I bet they think it’s cehap.
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        Anon,

        You mean “cheap”? (typing error)

        1. Too bad ‘ sula’ as punishment is banned , well i hear a wana be PM is an advocate of it and even offer to meet out the punishment or free on the offending boy/girl/whateverthatcrawls.

  4. apa kaitannya marah sebab bergaduh dengan bapak then tunjuk f**k pada Permaisuri Agung?

    apa kaitannya tengah tertekan dengan berkata dengan angkuh “Polis tak ada kuasa, Penang Cina Punya?”

    Sebelum ditahan, budak Cina ni terlebih dahulu telah diberi amaran & peringatan oleh Polis yang perbuatannya tu adalah salah, tapi dengan angkuhnya dia ulang balik perbuatannya tu.

    But the worst thing is, is it true Pakatan will provide a free lawyer consultant to defend this Singapore-based China-boy?

    Helen, Im worried if the Malay people patient has reach the limit.

    There are thousand, maybe million ‘Leong Pei Koe’ outside there, keep on provocating the Bumi every there, while MCA, DAP & Gerakan keep on defending them.

    No wonder some of the Malay leader has warn them about 13 May tragedy.

    Boleh tak lepas ni ada budak Melayu marah, then tunjuk f**k pada pemimpin Cina & kata ‘Pendat**g pergi berambus balik Cina?”..

    Boleh agak tak reaksi para pemimpin MCA, Gerakan & DAP???

    1. Meskipun Dapster mencemari masjid, dalam hati saya berharap agar Muslim jangan tunjukkan jari tengah supaya status quo…Muslim lebih berhemah berbanding Dapster… dapat dipertahankan. Ingat, bro…biar orang buat kat kita tak apa, tapi kita jangan buat kat orang.

    2. I agree the government must take firm action against this DAPster….we all know that if he does that in Thailand, he will go to jail. You break the law, you live with the consequences…no ifs or buts. By providing him with a lawyer, Pakatan’s message is….”it’s ok to break the law if it’s against the government. Don’t worry, we’ll be behind you” (Anuwar’s fave position, btw)!

  5. This is not an isolated incident. Remember how another Dapster and his wife insulted the HRH of Perak after the fall of the DAP govt? This kurang ajar attitude is very typical of DAP, what’s more when the Tokong himself encourage such acts with his daily dose of venomous rants directing at the Malays and the Malay institutions.

    There is no way that anyone who will be so brave in insulting the Royalty if not for the encouragement of the state govt and the CM.

    That such thing happened for the first time in Malaysian history and in Penang bring shame on the entire state. It is an affront to the entire Royalty and LGE should apologise on behalf of DAP and Pakatan.

    Such kurang ajar act is a direct consequences of DAP’s anti Malay policies. They have encouraged the Chinese to become braver and more assertive. They have managed to cure the Chinese of their extreme phobia of street demos. They have even dare to resort to violence to achieve their aims (as in the case of Wong Tack).

    I won’t be surprised that if Pakatan fail to win power in the next GE, the masses of Dapsters will take the street and unleash violence.

    I think it is important to draw a distinction between the Dapsters and the Chinese community. Not all Chinese behave in such kurang ajar way. It is only the Dapsters behave in uncivilised manner.

    I bet that the Mkini readers will be defending the guy and will provide various justifications for the action.

    1. The Malay hating dapster actions has deciding the fate of all ahpengs, those who vote for them or not.’

      Too bad the en bloc vote for Dap and soon disappearing ‘Dinos of MCA’ will seals the chinese collective image as anti Malay and anti BN.

      Well you reap what you sow, as they say.

  6. Helen…Gong Xi Fa Cai !

    Over the weekend I was reading an article by Shan (aka MiNY) in the Mkini and FMT. The comments from the Dapsters were really revealing of their inner self and extreme racism and hate that they hold for Indians (Malays and non PR supporting Chinese). They were calling Indians as toddy-drinking pariahs.

    When another writer (Hawkeye), probably the only non-partisan and incisive writer in FMT wrote that Penangites are likely to split-vote, he/she invited furious response from the Dapsters. One called FMT to sack the writer and another branded Hawkeye as BN plant.

    With such crude and animalistic mentality, god saves Malaysia if PR ever takes over Putra Jaya. People like you and me will be burned at the stakes.

    1. Do not polictise it ? You gotta be joking… LGE is the master in politicising everything, even his CNY greetings.

      This is not an isolated incident, remember the moron from Bkt Mertajam who insulted the Perak Sultan or DAP ADUNs who refused to wear songkoks? Or Ngeh’s “hitam metallic” comment ?

      Just look at Mkini, FMT or MI comments sections…. racist and demeaning comments by Dapters can be found by dozen….

      1. calvinsankaran,

        What about the removal of royal immunity by Mahathir back in 1993? Do you really think that the action of Mahathir was less serious than the guy who flashed obscene gestures to the Queen? Please refer to the hansard for records of demeaning words that Mahathir has uttered when debating the constitutional amendment in 1993 to remove the royal immunity. We have condemned the young man and the court has sentenced him according to the laws. But what about Mahathir? Removing royal immunity has a direct adverse effect on the credibility of the royalty.

        1. Fair,

          What MM did at least representing people’s interest but whose interest does that chap represent?

          1. Atas pagar,

            That chap represents no one but himself. That is why the court imposed individual criminal sanction on him. Why you said the action of Mahathir represented the people? In what manner? Were there lots of allegation of wrongdoing by the royalty then? Please read the Parliament Hansard back in 18/01/1993 and see how Mahathir described the royalty in a disrespectful manner. As far as that chap is concerned, he has been duly punished by the court of law and also condemned by the public.

          2. Fair, you talk about thing you know la. if you don,t know the background to the story let me help. Read up on Private Adam and hockey coach Gomez story .they are some of the back ground story that lead to the royalty story.

            With a nick like Fair,i guess you are a kid in your twenty’s or have been living overseas before?/ now? or a non malaysian.

        2. “fair” konon. Letak je laa nama as “Paka anak Toon”.

          Tun M removed immunity from the rulers to safeguard the rights of the rakyat. Don’t tell me you Pakatoons have forgotten one of your favourite quotes “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Tun M knew full well that the Malay Rulers are humans too, and could succumb to temptations.

          Twenty years after the removal of the immunity, how poorly have the Malay Rulers fared? If anything, the new generation of Sultan and Crown Princes are looked at more favourably by the rakyat. They really have become “Raja berjiwa rakyat”.

          So stop talking as if you care so much about the royalty. You just want to insult Tun M. Well, guess what, mamat. Everytime EngEng appears in the news, he is insulting his father who is still clinging to power, while Tun M has retired long ago.

          1. SoG,

            I can sense anger in your reply. That is not very gentlemanly. I am not a Pakatoon as per your allegation. Looks like you are unable to forward a cogent argument, hence you choose to discredit me by saying (“fair” konon. Letak je laa nama as “Paka anak Toon”).

            You asserted that:

            “Tun M removed immunity from the rulers to safeguard the rights of the rakyat.”

            So, what are the rights of the rakyat back then that were threatened by the royalty that merits the removal of royal immunity?

            What about the removal of veto power? Before 1984, the King can actually veto a bill and prevented it from becoming a law by refusing to assent it. The BN government under Mahathir downgraded the King’s power from the right to veto to the right to delay/postpone. A bill now automatically becomes law upon the
            expiry of 30 days after the same is presented to the King for royal assent. With veto power, the King can act as the guardian of the rakyat by disallowing oppressive bills from becoming laws.

          2. Fair,

            In my opinion, if the King can postpone a bill, that means the wakil2 rakyat has got more time to evaluate and discuss the bill again. It will be more democratic that way, rather than the King vetoed that it be cancelled.

            As kpanjang has said, do read through the story of Private Adam and hockey coach Gomez. I am not that old also (still think I am young, maybe :) ) but I understand the need.

            Mahathir is not a perfect human being. He did great things as well as wrong doings. This particular issue you brought up is one of the good things he did in my opinion. Please understand that royalties do not consist of a King and Queen only but all their family members. As of right now, they are subject to Malaysian law as all of us. How is that a bad thing? You do crime, you shall pay for your crime. Our Monarchies have been living up to the moral standard albeit a few small cases here and there which by the way, has been prosecuted by our court.

            The King (Agong) still holds the most powerful position in our country, the Military. He is the head of our Tentera DiRaja Malaysia. In time of peace, politics shall thrive democratically but in time of hectic and chaos, our King shall rule. That my friend is safeguarding our Constitutional Monarchy.

          3. fair | Februari 14, 2013 at 12:13 pm

            “I can sense anger in your reply.”

            Ah, a psycho-analyst wannabe. Was it you who used that Malay nick a while back who pretended to know what Warrior 231 was like?

            But I admit, I am angry nowadays whenever I’m faced with pakatoons. Especially those who don’t want to admit despite it being clear for all to see. I’m angry with people who lie to me.

            DoP82 has said “In my opinion, if the King can postpone a bill, that means the wakil2 rakyat has got more time to evaluate and discuss the bill again. It will be more democratic that way, rather than the King vetoed that it be cancelled.”

            And this is the correct way to uphold democracy. Talk it through. Discuss. Reach a decision together. Not just one person having the power to kill all negotiations.

            Do you pakatoons even know what democracy actually is?

            Btw, if you are really not a pakatoon, then talk some sense. I would be more inclined to believe you.

          4. SoG,

            What is the definition of ‘pakatoon’? You said “Especially those who don’t want to admit despite it being clear for all to see.” How can you determine a person as a ‘pakatoon’ by merely reading his/her comments in this blog? Let us not resort to name-calling. I always welcome constructive replies but not ‘personal labelling’. Let us not resort to unfounded allegation like “Was it you who used that Malay nick a while back who pretended to know what Warrior 231 was like?” There is absolutely no way for you to know my identity as what you have alleged.

            Please bear in mind that the position of rulers as raised by me, i.e. the power to veto a bill and royal immunity were enshrined in the constitution right from Merdeka until Mahathir amended the constitution in 1984 and 1993. What he did is effectively to reduce the powers of the royalty. We may have heard of cases like Gomez etc to justify the removal of royal immunity. But what about the justification to remove the veto power? Even for the case of Gomez, why didn’t he sue the royalty after the immunity was removed?

            BTW, you have yet to reply to my query of:-

            “So, what are the rights of the rakyat back then that were threatened by the royalty that merits the removal of royal immunity?

            DOP82,

            You said “Our Monarchies have been living up to the moral standard albeit a few small cases here and there which by the way, has been prosecuted by our court.’

            Which cases are you referring to?

          5. fair,

            if the monarchies can veto the bill, then why didn’t they veto the bill to abolish the veto power ? The reason is, not all of the rulers agree with the veto power. They themselves believe it is not good to have veto power and the same veto power can be used to deny the law punish their crime.

            The reason for the power of the rulers to be reduced is nobody is above the law. I think it is easy to understand. But, if they have veto power, how can you pass the bill to make them answerable to their bad deeds ? so, you have to remove the veto power first and the monarchies agree to that. If not, they will veto the amendment.

            By now, you should know that, most of Tun M’s decisions are for the sake of rakyat and not for his popularity hence with this kind of amendment that reduce the monarchies power will get strong objections from the Malays and malay votes are very important. But, since to him, it is very important to the rakyat and it is very important to maintain high values of the monarchy, he had to do that.

            Some people can not see…but this amendment has made the values of the monarchy at a higher level. You need to think beyond what you can see.

            1. True. Dr M is not afraid of making unpopular decisions and he’s willing to tell public opinion to go fly kite.

              1. Add on:

                It’s probably that b’cos he’s willing to tell public opinion to go fly kite that he is able to make unpopular decisions.

          6. fair,

            A Pakatoon is someone who is adamantly pro-Pakatan Rakyat, despite being unable to justify their position. Some are paid cyber troopers, although I am unsure whether you are paid for doing this, or doing it on your own free time.

            The thing is, pakatoons just cannot say why they are pro-PR. They can only say they are anti-BN. The best they could do is say things like “Yeah, BN used to be good, but now corruption, bla bla bla”.

            Their inability to say why they’re pro-PR stems from a fear of being asked “Are you sure PR did that? Can you show us proof?” Being unable to show any such proof, they have no choice but to try to cast doubt and suspicion on BN.

            In your case, you talked about Mahathir, but you did your best to neglect the good outcome, even to give a fair and balanced review of the issue. So fair was being unfair.

            To appear as genuine fence-sitters, pakatoons woul talk about subjects that a fence-sitter would wonder about. But they’re unable to take a balanced perspective. And that is where they reveal themselves.

            How? That’s my secret.

            Well, it’s hardly a secret. Anyone can do it, if they pay attention.

            “There is absolutely no way for you to know my identity as what you have alleged.”

            In case you didn’t notice, I asked you a question. I just wanted to know, whether you the person who had used a Malay name to comment a while back.

            Specifically, I’m asking if you were “Sham” on Januari 18, 2013 at 5:47 pm, who commented on “patrick-teoh-digalakkan-bertanding-dalam-pru-oleh-hannah-yeoh”.

            There, Sham tried to come across as quite the psycho analyst. He claimed that Warrior 231 “probably had his/her heart broken by one of them [Chinese]”.

            So he’s just like you. Which is why I’m suspicious. In more ways than one.

            Where did you psychoanalyse? Sendiri mau tau laa.

            Incidentally, I haven’t seen Sham around anymore. He confronted me on STL, but then disappeared after I posed him a question, if I’m not mistaken. Genuine fence sitters have no problem using a fixed nickname or answering questions, you see.

            Anyway, you say there is no way for me to tell if there is just one person behind two nicknames just by reading comments?

            You’d be surprised what a little practice can do.

            But then, I’m not interested to know exactly who is who. It’s enough for me to know who the pakatoons are, despite their claims of sincerity.

            And you, fair, smell as sincere as a musang in a chicken coop.

          7. Dear fair, kpanjang, SoG,

            I think some things are best left unsaid. Principal actors are all now dead and before God, so let the final judgement be His. From the days of Sang Kancil net till this very day, even in pre-internet days, we learn about our monarchs and their exploits. Tun Mahathir did something quite extraordinary back then, whatever his motives. I don’t think a repeat performance is possible in this country’s future, and we might have to look back after all these years and wonder if what was done was really effective or meant to keep our constitutional monarchy system in check.

        3. After reading your reply, it very apperent we have a young fellow (fair). Who don,’t the ‘ reason’ why private adam went RAMBO in the middle of KL. Many things they the put news paper, so in away i don’t blame you for your ignorence on the background to incident. Try and ask around why he did ,what he did from an unofficial source.
          Trust me the removal of immunity was the final message from the rakyaat la. By the way read all you can about the opposition respones to the removal of the immunity them, and then compare to it now.
          Well some homework for yu ,boy. Read up on dap grand “paragon “LKS, tokong father and kapal sing, have to say about the original bridge when the govrment wanted to build,wasbuilding and after it construction . The condemnation on it , and compare it to now the tokong now demanding for a new bridgr to completed asap.

          Hah tak malu punya orang , sudah ludah jilat balik.puiii punya olang.. unlike yu i was there as these asshole bitch complained accuse all over town, and yet now ask for another to be build pronto.

          Helen given your flair for research, this will a mother load of shit for these father,son and the holee singh, to reflect the spit they have lick up when the are running penang.

  7. Helen,

    Welcome back. Life without politic seems to very boring and void. I am still on leave and tried not to touch politic or talk politic but that seems to be rather impossible task.

    That is what happen to us today as Malaysian. You might remember the incident that I have posted in my comment that one Chinaman shouted at the top of this voice when the emcee announced the arrival of Tun Siti Hasmah as guest of honour at our kindergarten sport day.

    Well, I still remember his face and the expression of anger and hate by that individual. We all have become very extremed. I am sure this middle finger incident is also due to that emotions.

    I think Pakatan have to restrain their supporters. Their leaders must have the quality of being magnanimous, ie loftiness of spirit enabling one to besar trouble calmly, not to disdain meanness and pettiness and to display a noble generosity.

    I could not see that quality in LGE, Anwar or Hadi. I tried very hard not to be bias but honestly, I could see that quality in Najib despite all his shortcomings.

    1. Dear Bongek,

      Yes, I remember your Siti Hasmah story.

      And I agree with your assessment that Najib possess a magnanimity of spirit whereas LGE most definitely does not.

    2. “I think Pakatan have to restrain their supporters.”

      The Japanese would call this “Impossiburu!”

  8. I hope PM doesn’t let this pass ‘in the spirit of CNY’. Don’t make the same mistake TAR did.

  9. It seems that when he was arrested this moron claimed that “the Malay police” has no powers in Penang as the state belongs to the Chinese !! This is exactly what I meant when I said that DAP’s real agenda is anti-Malay – all that Malaysian First & Middle Malaysia is bullshit to cover this dirty secret.

    Also, please look at the below websites where PR is defending this hooligan and will provide free legal service. Sickening !

    http://theunspinners.blogspot.com.au/2013/02/polis-melayu-tidak-ada-kuasa-p-pinang.html

    http://suarapakatanrakyat.com/2013/02/hina-permaisuri-agung-pr-akan-pastikan-keadilan-untuk-leong-pei-koe/

  10. I think we can cut the man some slack. What is the difference if the hatred and disrespect in their heart and the more foolish morons who expresses them with a middle finger?

    I am never one who supports blanket lese majeste laws, not when some of our royals get themselves implicated in all sorts of political and economic activities.

    1. Yes, let’s cut this man some slack. Whilst we at it, why not cut me some slack for driving through the red lights since I hate to disrupt my continuous driving and why not cut my brother some too for not paying his taxes since he hates separating his monies from his wallet. Yeah, let’s..:-)

    2. “I think we can cut the man some slack.”

      No. We’re past that now.

      We are so way beyond that point.

    3. The punishment was swift. I bet it was made easier because he pleaded guilty. Not that I think he regrets his actions, or he would suddenly develops some love or respect for our King and Queen.

      It is more foolishness on Mr. Leong’s part than anything else. I also suspect many Chinese Malaysians are apathetic towards the royalty, rather than feelings of enmity.

      This incident must be remembered and all Malaysians need to learn from this. It is easy to dismiss the incident as merely the fruits of decades-long politics of hatred. However, the real truth is that Mr. Leong skirted on a sentiment too close to home and if we go down this path, I fear we will all be terribly unhappy and dissatisfied with what we might find, and I am not just talking about the republicanism sentiments among the Chinese and Indians, but also the Malays and Bumiputera.

      1. Even Australia is not ready for republic.

        The swiftness is containment. Imagine if it were allowed to drag on. So the police do want to keep peace despite the accusations always thrown by oppo at the force that the men in blue do Umno’s bidding.

        1. 30 day in lockup , a ‘hensem’ young boy like him…………… emmmmm. Some is going to ‘enjoy him’ . some going show him a few ‘tricks’ by giving a bigger finger up his posterior .

          i know, i have a first cousin who is a jail warden in george town jail, he is many stories to tell after a stint in the goal.

          1. kotepanjang,

            i think this guy deserve it…let him kena kaw kaw

            just wonder once he leave the jail in 1 month time, he will walk a bit unstable but going to the toilet to buang air besar will be easier for him, i think

  11. Let me share something that happened during my CNY visits and holidays.

    In one friend’s house,the topic of discussion was Najib’s Chinese attire. It seems that the attire he wore is used for dead people when they are placed in the casket. It seems by his action Najib has offended the entire Chinese (not just in Malaysia but the whole world). I am not sure but I don’t seem to see this news in the usual Pakatan cheeleading sites such as MK or MI. However this news is a hot topic,probably created out to cause unhappiness. Since this is probably false, these malicious morons dare not to publish it.

    Also, Kee, another of DAP’s godfather, came out with another attack on Najib on the drum beating advert.

    I wonder why the Dapsters are “melatah-ing” at supersonic speed…perhaps CNY is the perfect opportunity to create racial issues.

  12. Helen, just enjoying this [YouTube]. It is a classic. Now try equating this with the semua tahu Malaysian politics for how well it fits us with our perception for the common folks? Bingo!!!!, the answer is starring right into your eyes.

  13. It was the previous action of the Emperor that invited the negative feelings from the people of the Republic. Nonetheless those feelings were considered justifiable considering how much they were being oppressed for hundred plus years.

    Similarly, it was the action of the imperialistic Western monarch that causing the Westerners to reject that system and especially their role as the head of state. And the Westerners course of action were appropriate in the sense that imperialism would in the end be totally rejected by the Easterners.

    If the issue is about the monarch in general as fraying this people’s nerve, why didn’t they show any sign of ill-mannerism when the Western Monarch set foot on this land and also visited a church a couple of months ago?

    In contrast to above, it was the local monarch who granted over 1 million citizenships to immigrants and yet this monarch is not entitle to have the same respect given to the Western Monarch? What the hack?

    The only explanation on this kind of ill-mannerism is that this people is ungrateful lot and he/they is/are taking RACISM to the next level… beyond politics. Who can stop them?

  14. a sad incident indeed. the last i heard,this guy was sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined rm8000. he was wrong and should be liable for his action.

    the animosity towards the malay monarch was not an isolated incident or something prevalent among non malay younger generation. i remembered vividly how during a conversation with a chinese secondary school headmaster, he told me there are too many malay sultans and malaysia could do well without them.

    maybe he think i shared the same point of view of his, since i’m in my early 30’s and i’m a bit liberal in my thinking.

    i don’t mean to be an alarmist but the second rukun negara could well be changed in the future should the pakatan’s way prevail…

  15. Mereka mau buang sultan yg dah berikan kerakyatan kpd tok nenek mereka. Boleh buang sultan dan buang sekali kerakyatan. fair and square. Budak Cina yg kena jail 30 hari tu, selamat kena sontot dlm jail, so tunjukkan kiasu anda depan gangster melayu dlm jail tu. mesti terkencing punya. Baru bertemu buku dgn ruas. Pantang melayu rajanya dihina.

  16. Ia tidak dilaporkan oleh The Star- Helen

    I saw the news printed in hard copy last Wed (or Thursday, forgot the day) when I had a chance to read the paper my father bought. But then again, it looks like the news was sourced from Bernama (the word Bernama printed right after the news).

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