Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute (Asli) meramalkan BN akan menang di antara 123 dan 135 kerusi Parlimen dalam PRU13 nanti.
Kalau BN menang 123 kerusi, bermakna pembangkang – iaitu mana-mana parti atau individu bukan BN – menang 99.
Kalau BN menang 135, pembangkang menang 87.
CEO Asli Tan Sri Michael Yeoh berkata menurut kajian yang dibuat oleh institutnya, penduduk luar bandar, terutama sekali kaum Melayu, sudah beralih balik sokongan mereka kepada Umno (sumber: Malaysiakini).
“DAP akan menang besar”
Dalam PRU12, Umno dan DAP adalah parti yang paling berjaya. Umno mendapat sejumlah 2.38 juta undi sementara DAP mendapat 1.11 juta.
Walaupun PKR menang 31 kerusi Parlimen pada Mac 2008, ia kemudiannya kehilangan 8 orang MP.
Sekarang PKR tinggal 23 orang MP sahaja berbanding DAP yang mempunyai 29 MP (28 + 1, yakni Parlimen Sibu yang dimenangi dalam pilihanraya kecil).
Ahli-ahli Parlimen yang keluar PKR:
1. Wee Choo Keong (Wangsa Maju, W. Persekutuan)
2. Zahrain Mohd Hashim (Bayan Baru, P. Pinang)
3. Zulkifli Nordin (Bandar Baru Kulim, Kedah)
4. N. Gobalakrishnan (Padang Serai, Kedah)
5. Mohsin Fadzli Samsuri (Bagan Serai, Perak)
6. Tan Tee Beng (Nibong Tebal, P. Pinang)
7. Zainal Abidin Ahmad (Hulu Selangor, meninggal dunia)
8. Dr Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj (Sungai Siput, Perak — parti sendirinya PSM berjaya didaftar)
Tinjauan Asli mengesan pola persempadanan:
- 150 kerusi majoriti Melayu/bumiputera
- 42 kerusi majoriti Cina
- 30 kerusi campur
Analisa Michael Yeoh adalah jikapun kali ini (2013) DAP berjaya meraih lebih sokongan orang Melayu bandar, namun perkembangan tersebut tidak akan memberi kesan kepada pencapaian Pakatan secara keseluruhannya kerana kerusi-kerusi bandar memang sudah sedia di tangan DAP.
[“Even though urban Malay voters may support Pakatan and even if more urban Malays were to support Pakatan in the urban seats, it will not increase seats for Pakatan as these urban seats are already held by DAP.”]
Sistem dwi-parti: DAP lwn Umno
Orang Cina bandar menyokong DAP tahap gila gaban (“gila gaban” ini saya yang kata; CEO Asli berkata, “The urban Chinese are very strongly supporting the DAP”.)
Ramalan Asli menyebut mungkin 85 peratus Cina bandar akan memilih DAP. (Saya berada dalam minoriti 15 peratus!)
Susulan ini, besar kemungkinan DAP akan menang 35-40 kerusi.
- Sekiranya pembangkang menang 87 kerusi dan DAP menang 35, maka kekuatan DAP adalah 40.2 peratus kekuatan Pakatan
- Pembangkang 99 kerusi, DAP 40, kekuatan DAP 40.4 peratus
- Pembangkang 87 kerusi, DAP 40, kekuatan DAP 46.0 peratus.
Apapun, pasti PAS dan PKR tidak terdaya untuk menyaingi DAP.
Asli juga meramalkan bahawa DAP mungkin mampu menang semua kerusi Parlimen majoriti Cina di Sarawak mengalahkan SUPP.
Manakala di Sabah, DAP dijangka akan menambah bilangan kerusi Parlimen beserta DUN yang dipegangnya.
DAP juga dijangka akan berjaya mempertahankan semua kerusi majoriti Cinanya di Perak.
MCA akan pupus
Dr Chua Soi Lek seorang pemimpin yang waras, moderat dan bercakap terus-terang.
Namun masyarakat Cina yang demam DAP pada umumnya menolak kesederhanaan dan kewarasan.
Dr Chua bercakap tentang kejayaan MCA di Johor dalam memperoleh kelulusan untuk pembinaan sekolah Cina dan kuil-kuil Buddha.
DAP tidak sayang pada SRJK (C). DAP mahukan Anak Bangsa Malaysia, bukan mahu mendidik anak Tionghua menjadi warga yang beradab Cina. Bagi DAP, pengenalan diri berdasarkan ‘kaum’ adalah RASISSS!!!
DAP juga tidak sayang pada kuil-kuil. Ia sebuah parti diterajui Kristian. Kalau PAS ada Majlis Syura, kumpulan orang kanan Guan Eng boleh dimengertikan sebagai Christian Council.
Siapa itu Lim Guan Eng?
Berikut adalah petikan temuramah yang berjudul ‘From Kajang prison to 28th floor of Komtar‘ dengan setiausaha agung DAP itu.
Soalan wartawan: You have always said DAP is a party for all Malaysians. In many of your ceramah, you mentioned about your imprisonment for championing the rights of a Malay girl.
On April 1, 1998, when your conviction under Printing Presses and Publications Act (PPPA) was upheld and the Court of Appeal enhanced the sentence to 18 months in prison, what were your thoughts and emotions?
Lim Guan Eng:
“I was VERY ANGRY.
“How could I be imprisoned when the world knows I was being framed?”
“I was seething with anger.”
“I had to do a lot of self-counselling to work out the anger in order to face the imprisonment with equanimity. I didn’t want to come out so bitter and warped. Then you’d satisfy your tormentors. You’d turn out to be like your tormentors.
Guan Eng menganggap pihak berkuasa telah menzaliminya. Dia masih ‘bitter and warped’. Kemarahannya yang meluap itu terbawa-bawa partinya.
“Closer to God”
Kata Guan Eng lagi dalam wawancara tersebut:
“My time in prison helped me to understand suffering. When you suffer, you find yourself closer to God. Sometimes, growing through the pain draws you closer to God. Suffering is a necessary part of getting closer and knowing a little more about God.
Wartawan bertanya: “Shortly after March 2008, I asked you what was the mood on the night when you won the election, and you said: “The light that flickers in the eyes of the people makes up all the years of aggravation and frustration.” After nearly five years in office, has the aggravation and frustration increased or diminished?
Guan Eng menjawab:
“The aggravation has increased now. But the light burns ever so brightly when you know you can be an agent of change and improve people’s lives. […]
“What affects me… is how they try to take it out on my children and family. I have the right to protect my children.”
Dia mendakwa musuh-musuh politiknya telah menganiaya anak lelakinya. Dia seorang yang dicengkam “aggravation and frustration”. Perangainya di persada politik sering dibayangi “aggravation and frustration”.
Assabiyah PAS dan DAP
Guan Eng berkata bahawa parti-parti komponen Pakatan mempunyai matlamat yang sama: “We have the same goals and purpose. We are driven by our opposition to RACISM and corruption.”
PAS dan DAP adalah bersaudara. PAS mengajar assabiyah, yakni tidak memandang kepada kaum tetapi menganggap ummah adalah sejagat. DAP pun sama, mahu Bersih — cuci warna kulit menjadi putih.
Assabiyah politikus evangelis DAP mengambil bentuk, “We are all brothers and sisters. We are one family.”
Satu keluarga apa itu? Kalau anak sulung Hannah Yeoh dicatat sebagai keturunan ‘Cina’ dalam surat beranak, apa pula keturunan anak keduanya yang lahir baru-baru ini?
Kedua-dua Shay Adora Ram dan Kayleigh Imani Ram adalah beradik. Sekiranya yang kakak itu keturunan Cina dan memiliki nama Cina ‘Shay Adora’, bagaimana pula si adiknya? Apa maksud keluarga Malaysian First acuan DAP?
Betulkah politik ‘kasih sayang’?
Soalan wartawan: Back in 2008, you said the backbone of governance is LOVE. What policy decisions have you implemented that sustain this philosophy?
Lim Guan Eng:
“Our yearly cash aids are for the sick, dispossessed and marginalised, so that they can feel the care from this government. The money we give signifies a sort of love. When they receive the money they feel there’s hope.
“As St Paul said, faith, hope and love. And the greatest of all is LOVE.”
“St Paul” yang dirujuk Guan Eng adalah seorang Yahudi pengasas agama Kristian dan pelopor institusi gereja.
Guan Eng tidak merujuk kepada sarjana atau ahli falsafah Cina dalam wawancaranya.
Dalam teruramahnya itu juga, Guan Eng mengulangi kata-kata seorang ahli falsafah Yunani bernama Plato. Kata Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang itu:
“Plato once said, ‘We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark‘. The real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.
“It is not easy to take a person into the light because he is so used to the dark. We must shine the light everywhere we can. We must take away the fear of the people. It is time the government fears the people.”
Imajan yang cerah (‘light’) menentang kegelapan (‘darkness’) dan Good mengatasi Evil adalah cara pertuturan kelompok Kristian.
Puja Dear Leader
Unjuran keputusan pilihanraya menggambarkan masyarakat Cina negara begitu taksub kepada DAP.
Orang Cina juga menyembah Lim Guan Eng ibarat dia seorang wali maksum.
Guan Eng jenis yang menyerang habis-habisan sesiapa yang berani menentangnya sama ada orang itu Umno, politikus, wartawan, blogger mahupun ahli NGO.
Sibertrooper-sibertrooper yang pro-DAP adalah berperangai macam Bintang Tiga.
Berikut kata-kata Raja Petra Kamarudin dalam Malaysia Today (25 Feb 2013):
“Actually there are some people posting comments — for example from Komtar, Penang — who use different names each time. Normally these types of comments are very insolent and appear to just want to trigger fights.”
“Let me guess. You are posting this comment from Komtar, Penang. So that means you are one of the 100 DAP cyber-troopers who are paid a salary to post comments in Blogs. Is DAP paying you or do you get paid by the State Government?”
Selagi DAP diketuai Guan Eng maka selagi itulah gejala benci akan bercambah.
Dengan peningkatan prestasi DAP kelak selepas pilihanraya, maka Politics of Hate akan kian menular dan terus memuncak.
31 thoughts on “Memahami dendam kesumat Guan Eng”
Sekiranya berlaku seperti ramalan, DAP menang besar dan menjadi taiko pembangkang (memang dah jadi pun!), dan BN pula menang sederhana melalui umno secara tunggal. Akan bertukarlah gear pemerintah terhadap kaum Cina DAP yang menganggap apa saja pasal Melayu Umno, mesti di sekutukan dengan bodoh. Dulu Umno memerintah dengan Gear A, Gear B will engage very soon, Penyokong DAP buatlah keputusan dan pilihlah.
Gear A: Menganggap kaum cina DAP adalah jenis menghargai pemberian, dimana pemberian dibalas dengan terima kasih. maka berilah lebih.
Gear B: Cina DAP bukan jenis berterima kasih, malah sikap mereka adalah menyongsang, iaitu bila diberi, mereka menentang. Maka untuk mendapat terima kasih, mereka janganlah dibantu dan jangan diperdulikan.
Kalau Cina DAP fikir, Melayu tidak cerdik, fikirlah sekali lagi kerana what you see can be very deceiving. Push too far, u will reach to point of no return in no time.
Watak Melayu menolak permusuhan
Setia dan sabar tiada sempadan
Tapi jika marah tak nampak telinga
Musuh dicari ke lubang cacing
Tak dapat tanduk telinga dijinjing
Maruah dan agama dihina jangan
Hebat amuknya tak kenal lawan
Berdamai cara Melayu indah sekali
Silaturrahim hati yang murni
Maaf diungkap senantiasa bersahut
Tangan diulur sentiasa bersambut
Luka pun tidak lagi berparut
Baiknya hati Melayu itu tak terbandingkan
Selaga yang ada sanggup diberikan
Sehingga tercipta sebuah kiasan:
“Dagang lalu nasi ditanakkan
Suami pulang lapar tak makan
Kera di hutan disusu-susukan
Anak di pangkuan mati kebuluran”
TP…I agree with you..should all chinese turn and become those of DAPsters and their dumb, blind and deaf followers, I surely hope that i won’t see the day when the Malay sentiments boils-up! I’ve seen enough of the may13th.. and a fraction of Taman Medan case not long ago.
As the many people, taking a bullet to die is way much appreciated than a slash by ‘parangs’ or a thrust by a ‘keris’…. However, I do pray that day will not come…..
Tinggi budi bahasa Melayu ini
Anak dicalar muka
Ampun maaf nyatakan padanya
Habis ayam sereban disembelih
Buat kenduri perdamaian
Nyata tabi’i ini ada
Bendera Malaysia di caci
Main politik cari nama
Di ampun jemabalang ini
Kini maharajalela lagi
Darah Melayu terpercik
Jangan tercalar kulit kuning langsat
Ada banyak pendekarnya
Menanti hari melepas geram
Akan lupa anak isteri
Demi melangkah pertahan Ugama, bangsa dan Negara
Terngiang lagi zama 13 hari
Umpama tiada harapan untuk hidup
Do’a manusia di inaya maqbul
Kini angin penjajahan datang lagi
Berniat menghancur Ugama, Bangsa dan Tanah Air
Segera bangun, tukar segala hati yang buta
Jangan turut janji manis
Yang akan bawa bencana
Kerana diri dia lupa Melayu, Islam dan Malaysia
Ternyata hancur, hilang, lesap di mata dunia
DAP agen zionis secara senyap.
menyerang habis-habisan == street fighter politics
I would consider this a low class approach
Rafizi claims that the manifesto MAY (“will lead to the possible phasing out of the controversial New Economic Policy (NEP) which has yet to obtain its objective of Malays and bumiputera having a 30 percent stake of the economy since the policy was introduced 40 years ago.”) lead to the phasing out of the NEP.
Remember the fable contained in the manifesto……
Helen you better start compiling a glossary of newspeak terms, since 2013 may replace 1984 as an idea of dissent….at least for a few Malaysians.
You may enjoy this. Calvin Sankaran gave some input on Orwell’s 1984 in DAP terms.
‘Karpal is not a Klingon’ (click)
Sharp commentary by Calvin.
Anyways, ‘Muhammad Adlan bin Azrul’ is my Winston Smith or he will be. I guess Damansara is Airstrip One or it will be.
The brainwashing done to the Chinese by DAP is something terrible, esp. in Penang.
This observation will be borne out by the GE13 results.
I do not think that it is only brainwashing. I think what the DAP has done extremely well is stroke the underbelly of racial angst in the Chinese community.
Throw out the hated UMNO at any cost. Behind it all, the unspoken hate against Malay “rule”. The underlying theme is something has been denied to the Chinese community all these UMNO years and a reckoning is in store.
I can not articulate it to any rational degree but it is something I have noticed post 08′. The pettiness, the hypocrisy, the religious zeal. One of my Chinese friends who has since left the country said that she will not vote this coming elections.
We made our Pakatan vote together in 08′. She said that she has no intention of being a part of an election that could very well mean creating Malay proxy rule by Chinese/Christian benifice.
For the record as a voter I could care less if you are Malay, Chinese, Indian or Orang Asal, so long as you practise the prinicples you claim you have and the ones that got you voted in by people like me.
The problem is that people like me are in the minority when it comes to Pakatan Rakyat and it is all about…..shit…I do not even know what it is all about now.
I know why I will not vote for UMNO/BN. Never have never will. But if Pakatan thinks it is an automatic vote for them, they are dead wrong. The problem is like I said, I am in the minority. Unfortunately they know that my vote does not count.
re: “The pettiness, the hypocrisy, the religious zeal.”
Don’t forget the fitnah yang diorang tabur di merata-rata.
Since the racial angst is Chinese-driven, I’m personally getting it much worse in being a minority (blogging in Malay) of the minority (15% urban Chinese not gonna vote opposition).
If they want a Day of Reckoning, they should be careful what they wish for. Dapsters are not getting the other races on their side except those who are Christian.
I think it is easy to ruin a man based on slander. Anyone know what happened to Megat Ismazi Ismail from SMK Pandan Mewah? I wondered if the case in 2011 has been resolved. DAP’s Janice Lee was so quick to pounce on the allegations and capitalize on the issue.
For anyone interested in the Dreyfus Trial, pls read “Grotesque role that the Church had played”.
It’s about how an innocent man’s reputation was ruined based on slander.
Jenice Lee is an evangelical Christian, btw.
Conrad and Helen,
Please do not undermine the intelligence of the Chinese electorate by propounding allegations like ‘DAP has successfully brainwashed the Chinese’. If we look at the racial demography of the voters in Malaysia, I can say that the Chinese are the most affluent as they are concentrated in urban areas. Generally, the Chinese are well informed, critical and able to look at issues of national importance. They do not rely on government handouts like social housing, scholarships, public universities enrollment etc as they are very much self-sufficient.
The Chinese are more concerned on material issues like corruption, standard of living, public governance, business competitiveness and integrity. These are matters that will decide their voting trend. Other issues like kalimah Allah, ketuanan Melayu, Perkasa, negara Kristian, 1Malaysia slogan etc are placed at secondary importance or rather no importance at all.
Hahaha…adoi sakit perut gelak. Helen – I hope you don’t mind me laughing with you at this ‘follow’ character. Perhaps s/he should also add that the chinese are best actors because Michelle Yeoh was a Bond girl..:-)
By your OWN reasoning, the Pakatan’s Manifesto is an epic failure for the Chinese voter. Unsustainable populist measures that are clearly illogical will only harm the economy. Anyone can promise a cleaner government, a less corrupted government, a more independent judiciary, more press freedom etc. etc. etc.
It is raining freebies in the PR Manifesto, and the really disappointing part, for me, is the nice words towards reforms in the democratic institutions without concrete acknowledgement of the root causes that eats away at our foundations. PR proposes to give MORE money to the Islamic institutions and chose to stay silent on the jurisdiction problems between the civil and syariah courts.
PR speaks of freeing the judiciary by creating Independent Commissions, which is NOT the tradition historically outlined in the Constitution (Article 122, see also 121). For Malaysia, like many other countries with common-law jurisdictions including UK, the appointments are in the hands of the executive. Our Parliament passed the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) Bill in 2008 and many deemed it unconstitutional. And now PR is promising MORE such “independent” commissions?
I am concerned about the vague parliamentary reforms proposed with the focus on funding and select committees. Our parliament, on paper, has a lot of power and discretion in many matters. The real issue has always been the lack of quality debates, motions, proceedings and respect for evidence-based policymaking. Our Parliamentarians have no idea about their roles, instead, many are too busy to be champions of non-legislative matters.
Don’t get me started on the supposed typos for some critical omissions. That’s really too embarassing.
What so funny with the comments made by ‘follow’? As a voter in an urban constituency, I can say at least for myself and my friends that we are more concern on issues that affect our daily lives. The ongoing kalimah Allah dispute is irrelevant but the high cost of living is really affecting us. Perkasa can scream all they want on burning bibles but my concern is on the NFC scandal.
I would say that the voting trend of the Chinese in supporting the opposition is not really due to brainwash by DAP or Pakatan. It is more on bread and butter issues. The Chinese are not so ‘shallow’ to be easily manipulated or brainwash by any party, whether DAP or MCA. In
And yes, the PR Manifesto is really populist. Let us see the voting trend of the Chinese electorate this time.
It’s better to argue on data. We do not have GE13 data as yet although we have projections and forecasts.
As for the claims made by the Chinese voters, tengoklah adakah betul-betul bikin seperti cakap tak.
The trend pointed out by Amri Yunos (here) and by me (here) are based on data.
Evaluate actions (what the opposition actually do) rather than what they say.
While this ‘fellow’ fella trots out the word “integrity”, I can’t help but be reminded of the inventor of the Integrity Meter. That would be Haris Ibrahim. He zaps his patented gadget at this and that guy (e.g. Sabah politicians) and pronounces that guy and this guy got no integrity.
He judges and determines as to who has got integrity. He declared that Hannah Yeoh has tons of integrity. So you see, when I come across certain language, tone and particular words, it triggers the wakakaka.
The truth is that the Chinese voters care most about MONEY, and whether you call it cost of living or otherwise, it is the same thing. The politics of hatred dredged the anti-Malay sentiments of the Chinese, and the common man on the street can hardly think beyond their own selfish needs, i.e. “Chinese” education etc.
You just have to take a look at Sin Chew. Why do you think there is general opposition towards the minimum wage? Why is MCA cautious around it? The simple fact is that it affects the Chinese SMEs. I totally understand that the Chinese only care about their OWN bread and butter, that’s the only level of thinking they can deal with.
For a fellow to come and talk shit about the Chinese not needing government handouts, it is some big talk as if they did not benefit from all the subsidies and various government policies in health, education and housing. Don’t turn some quota-based affirmative action into gross suffering and victimisation, or exaggerate the inequality into a conspiracy of ethnic cleansing or genocide.
The LAST thing the Chinese are concerned about is INTEGRITY and PUBLIC GOVERNANCE. The Chinese have always bitched about the Malay polity and the Malay-dominated civil institutions, from the judiciary, public health, education, and transport authorities, police, army, GLCs, the municipalities and local government. They CLOSED an eye to the gross and blatant abuses by IPPs, manufacturing, plantation and logging tycoons. The only injustice the Chinese cared about is when the victim is of their creed and kind. And god forbid, the Chinese suddenly became environmentalists when it comes to new industries in their area as opposed to the filth of prostitution, gambling and pig farms. They get outraged when they were CAUGHT breaking the law, but never reflected on the fact that they committed a punishable offence. The only business competitiveness they want is the kind where they can continue to dominate or charged less.
To the Chinese, the kalimah Allah dispute is irrelevant because they have no interest in the problems of the Muslims. However, Malaysians must be made aware the plight of “Chinese” education at all costs even though a majority of the non-Chinese studies elsewhere. Ever heard of the Chinese championing better national language education for all? Fat chance.
The Chinese only cares about NFC because it embarasses the Malay polity, not because they are avid beef lovers. The Chinese were probably cheering Mahathir on when he was battling the royalty and penning them in. While they complain that MCA is led by an adulterer, the real issue has always been on a pliant and subservient Chinese-based party.
I’ve read so many email forwards and chain-mails stoking the Malay-UMNO hatred, all sorts of crazy accusations and racist innuendos. Urban voters or rural voters, there are a lot of dumb people out there who swallows all the crap whole without thinking it through.
A thinking person who is concerned about the economy would be wondering what kind of stunt the PR is trying to pull with the Manifesto. A thinking person who is concerned our bread and butter would be wondering if voting PR could result in a stable environment that facilitates economic and social-political growth.
Sorry to be so jaded of our politicians. BN or PR, semuanya cari makan aje. The Chinese knows what that means, through and through. Their votes will go to the party that has the biggest leverage to benefit their own community. Who the heck cares what happens to the Malays, Indians and Bumiputeras? The Chinese will only care about whether they will enjoy the same special benefits, so you can call them whatever you like. They ARE wonderfully pragmatic in that sense.
re: “many email forwards and chain-mails stoking the Malay-UMNO hatred”
Yes, true. Hence the 85% urban votes predicted to go to the DAP. And the almost impossibility to ‘talk’ to Dapsters.
Yup. Over at the Malaysiakini news thread, Hindraf is getting it pretty bad.The overt racism is a welcome change from the crpyto racism normally on display when it comes to Hindraf.
I know you would probably disagree but I hope the discenfranchised of the Indian community (which Hindraf advocates on behalf) and those sympathethic to them, abstain from voting.
One of the reasons I started commenting and indeed checked out your blog was because of the Chinese hate you receive from DAP supporters. (This and the fact your blog was referenced in a few Mkini articles)
You did interesting work over at Mkini. Pity that ended.
I was stopped from writing for Malaysiakini in Jan 2011 but the Dapsters still obsess over me and stalk me to the other blogs (i.e. troopers turn up to slander me whenever a pro-BN blogger – say Rocky or SAA – references my postings).
If it were not for my ability to write in BM in order to kickstart this blog, ‘they’ would have effectively silenced me through their thuggery and stalking in any English-language milieu in which I appear.
I’ve no objections to Hindraf supporters abstaining from the vote. In fact, I anticipate that this is exactly what they will do.
3 words of angry/ anger in one answer. I guess the jail episode has almost wrecked LGE’s mind beyond repair; maybe almost driven him to the edge of insanity. During the jail time, he probably has a lot of nightmares with RTC laughing at him.
Nowadays, he’s dreaming every night how to whack UMNO fellows upside down whenever there is chance. I hope Betty could persuade his husband to attend anger management class. He needs help, seriously!
Please take a look at PR’s manifesto review by me
I like browsing the comment section on pro-BN blogs. (SAA, Rocky, Zamkata, STL, BigCat…etc). I notice this ‘Vinnan’. He always spew racist remarks towards Malays. Some of his comments were not publish by the blogs owner. I do not know whether he was paid to post comment or from Komtar. After reading many of his insult, as a Malay I was really angry with this ‘Indian’. In-fact many commentators replied to this Vinnan by insulting the Indian communities.
One day he spewed nonsense on the Malay Royals by writing ‘Laja’ instead of Raja. I started to search and read back all his other ranting. By the tone of his writings, I had a hunch that this ‘Vinnan’ is actually, Chinese. It has been confirmed by SAA. Who knows, this ‘Vinnan’ might then reply to his own racist comment, using an Anon or Malay name, bashing the Indians in return.
Therefore, the Malays & Indians must be aware of this insidious tactic by some racist Chinese to create disharmony amongst them.
This treacherous act is more obvious when BN is gaining back support from Indians . This Chinese (with a fake Indian name) is a racist who dislikes Indians, Malays and everyone who is non-Chinese, except the white man.
The only thing that stands between DAP and realisation of “Lim Dynasty” is UMNO. Yup. this political party that holds “soft spot’ epecially among Malays.
without power, DAP’s ugly intention is often concealed. Anyway, it is easy to be “pembangkang”. No need to be responsible for the state affair. Just whack BN.
But with Penang as a state controlled by DAP, suddenly people begin to see the true colour of a politician. With limited power as a Chief minister, he has rocked the well being of rakyat, especially the non Malay. Suddenly the place “cari makan” becomes an issue for Ma lay traders, something that Chinese traders are “spared”.
Anything can be an issue. Allegation of his son’s ‘romantic fling” , bunting on PM’s impending visit to Penang,, not to mention a very petty matter, a chair for him in a state function.
That is the manifestation of a petty mind. Very childish indeed. For a while, Chinese community plays along with his moronic behaviour, hoping to extract goodies from Najib.
But sooner or later,, people will wise up. Chinese being “pragmatic”may not want to associate with losers. They can see that the others(non chinese) are warming up to Najib’s Govt. They realise that if they do not “tag ” along, they may end up voting themselves out of government.
But more importantly, they lose the opportunity to reinforce goodwill with the etnic group represented by a a political party that until 2008 can establish a govt on its own.
Besides, what is so great about “lim dynasty” that “cant even conduct a party election for 1000 odd delegates.
Re: Undermining Chinese electorate, Chinese affluence, Chinese critical thinking and not relying on handouts.
If this is the case, why the obsession with need based affirmative action program? If the Chinese are “are the most affluent” why begrudge those who advocate for race-based initiatives like Hindraf and deride them as racist simply because they do not subscribe to a “need based” approach?
And why claim that there are “poor” Chinese and they are part of the disenfranchised Malaysians? Why the constant harping on the fact that denial of places in public service and educational institutions is symptomatic of an “apartheid” system.
If they were so self-sufficient that why any need to interact with the government at all?
Re: Chinese concerns. Corruption, competitiveness, standard of living and integrity.
While I would agree with you that these issue are a big concern of not only the Chinese but generally all Malaysians esp. Pakatan supporters, where we may disagree is that I do not for one second believe that PR supporters value the application of these principles to the extent that failure on PR’s part to practice them would results in censure of any kind.
What you like me to list down the scandal of PR but more importantly the response of PR supporters?
If this is the case than these principles are not really that important and something else fuels the movement to oust UMNO.
Re.Chinese secondary importance of hot button issues, like Kalimah Allah, Perkasa. Christian state etc.
I have no idea where you get this idea. The Opposition uses these issues as appeals to emotion. They are covered extensively in the alternative media.
The Allah issue resulted in a shift of voting which favored the DAP in Sarawak. Ibrahim Ali and his ilk are declared UMNO posters boys for stirring up racial sentiment. Bangsa Malaysia is vigorously defended by the mandarins of the DAP.
Are you are claiming that the whole concept of Bangsa Malaysia and the issues (your issues of secondary importance or no importance at all) raised with it is a complete sham and the only issues which are of importance are the ones you claim?
Actually, I’ve been asking this kind of questions so many times. When we talk about corruptions, I think we are talking about corruptions in doing businesses (or in dealing with our daily life) for example getting a contract/approval where maybe the head of the department asking for a favor in return for the approval. Or maybe corruptions in terms of giving bribes to the civil servants,police etc.
Now, How these kind of corruptions can be changed if the government is changed when the civil servants, the head of the department or the corrupted people down the line remain the same ? Changing the government, will not change all the people and definitely will not change the civil servants.
In combating the corruptions, I think the current government has done a lot. SPRM has done a good job and you can read more and more corrupted people being apprehended.
Another thing. There is all this talk about of corruption and discrimination of the Federal goverment. Never any talk about the corruption and discrimination the private sector.
With regards to corruption in the private sector it goes way beyond crony politics and let us not even get into the discrimination angle.
apabila dap menghina umno, secara tak langsung ianya tlh menghina melayu, tetapi melayu pr tak merasa mereka tu melayu, kerana bersangka mereka itu malaysian first, atau kecualilah melayu itu dipuji kerana tak macam melayu lain, maka melayu itu menjadi terlebih sudu dari kuah, sentimen ini yg kini menjadi pegangan majoriti cina sekarang, bertitik tolak dari kurang faham atau tak nak faham sejarah, bercampur persepsi yang tersasar…menjadikan sosial melayu cina profesional muda…kurang mesra …
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