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Perkasa “rasis dan dibenci oleh bangsa-bangsa lain”, kata Gerakan

“Wira Perkasa membidas kenyataan ahli politik Gerakan Baljit Singh yang melabelkan Perkasa sebagai rasis terbesar Melayu dan rasis dan dibenci oleh bangsa-bangsa lain,” FMT melapor semalam.

Wira Perkasa bidas pemimpin Gerakan‘ (FMT, 26 Mac 2013)

Petikan beberapa perenggan laporan FMT:

  • Wira Perkasa membantah keras kenyataan Baljit [Singh, ketua Biro Undang-undang dan Hak Asasi Manusia Gerakan Pulau Pinang] dalam isu pembabitan pemimpin BN berdemonstrasi bersama Perkasa.
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  • Sikap yang ditunjukkan oleh Parti Gerakan yang dilihat mudah patah semangat, terlalu selesa dan menerima apa sahaja tanpa ada usaha yang lebih dan bersungguh-sungguh. [menurut ketua Wira Perkasa Irwan Fahmi Ideris]
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  • “Di sini kami ingin menegaskan bahawa beliau dan Parti Gerakan perlu berusaha dan bekerja lebih bekerja keras membantu jentera BN dalam usaha menawan semula Pulau Pinang.”

Wira Perkasa bidas pemimpin Gerakan Free Malaysia Today 2013-03-27 10-00-37

Gerakan is Perkasa, Perkasa is Gerakan(The Rocket, 25 Mac 2013)

Petikan beberapa perenggan laporan The Rocket:

  • “right wing ultra-Malay group”
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  • “Teng Chang Yeow even shook hands with most of the people there including ‘Coffin Ghani’, says the DAP Secretary General.
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  • Lim says that this shows that all along the past violent and racist demonstrations carried out over the past five years against the Pakatan Rakyat-led state government of Penang have been organised by people who were supporting BN.
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  • “Teng and Gerakan has shown that they support such politics of violence and hate from racist and extremist groups such as Perkasa.
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  • “Lim also suggests that the Barisan Nasional admit and let the people decide whether they support such politics of hate and violence by Perkasa.”
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  • “BN may just lose more non-Malay votes,” warned Baljit, who boycotted the event as a protest against Perkasa participation.

Gerakan is Perkasa, Perkasa is Gerakan 2013-03-27 09-44-43

A vote for Gerakan is a vote for Perkasa - Malaysiakini 2013-03-27 11-01-52

Tajuk berita dalam Malaysiakini hari ini yang berbunyi ‘A vote for Gerakan is a vote for Perkasa’ mirip tajuk berita The Rocket dua hari lepas, Gerakan is Perkasa, Perkasa is Gerakan‘.

Tentang ‘Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu’

  • Berlangsung pada petang Isnin (25 Mac)
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  • Dijalankan di Dataran Pidato, Padang Kota Lama, Pulau Pinang
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  • Dianjurkan oleh badan-badan NGO di bawah payung Sekretariat Penyatuan Rakyat Pulau Pinang yang dinaungi Jabatan Hal Ehwal Khas (JASA)
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  • Para peserta berarak dari Masjid Kapitan Keling ke tempat perhimpunan
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  • Kebanyakan hadirin terdiri orang Melayu yang membawa bendera BN dan sepanduk anti-Guan Eng

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Lingkup Gerakan

Berikut ialah analisa saya:

  1. Gerakan mempamerkan Sindrom Penafian. Kedua-dua kerusi Parlimen yang masih dipegang parti tersebut terletak di kawasan majoriti pemilih Melayu, iaitu sejumlah 72 peratus di Gerik dan 54 peratus di Simpang Renggam.
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  2. Calon-calon Gerakan kalah 10 kerusi Parlimen yang ditandingi mereka dalam PRU12:
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    (i) Timbalan Presidennya Chang Ko Youn tewas di Beruas kepada DAP
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    (ii) Naib Presidennya Mah Siew Keong tewas di Teluk Intan kepada DAP
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    (iii) Lau Yeng Peng @ Loo Yeng Peng tewas di Puchong kepada DAP
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    (iv) Setiausaha-agungnya Chia Kwang Chye tewas di Bukit Bendera kepada DAP
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    (v) Pengarah Sedar (badan think-tank Gerakan) Khaw Veon Szu tewas di Tanjong kepada DAP
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    (vi) Thor Teong Ghee tewas di Jelutong kepada DAP
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    (vii) Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang Koh Tsu Koon tewas di Batu Kawan kepada DAP
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    (viii) Ma Woei Chyi tewas di Segambut kepada DAP
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    (ix) Lau Hoi Keong tewas di Kepong kepada DAP
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    (x) Ng Lip Yong Lim Si Pin tewas di Batu kepada PKR
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  3. Berbalik kepada kenyataan ketua Biro Undang-undang dan Hak Asasi Manusia parti itu yang berbunyi:.
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    “Moreover, he told FMT that Perkasa was despised by non Malays.
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    “Public perception is important in politics. By joining a protest that included Perkasa, BN leaders are lending support to the group. BN may just lose more non-Malay votes,” warned Baljit, who boycotted the event as a protest against Perkasa participation.
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  4. Dakwaan Baljit bahawa BN akan “hilang lebih banyak undi bukan-Melayu” sekiranya pemimpin-pemimpin Gerakan nampak rela berkongsi pentas dengan Perkasa adalah pertimbangan yang meleset sekali.
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    Cuba lihat pada track record (prestasi) Gerakan dalam pilihanraya 2008. Parti itu kalah 9 kerusi Parlimen kepada DAP dan satu kerusi kepada PKR (Tian Chua). Pada hakikatnya Gerakan tidak lagi diberi kepercayaan oleh para pemilih bukan-Melayu yang hampir semuanya sudah berpaling kepada DAP.
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  5. Gerakan terus lingkup di Pulau Pinang, negeri yang telah ditadbir parti itu selama berdekad-dekad. Ia mencatatkan sifar (Guan Eng menyindirnya sebagai “telur itik”) bagi pertarungan kerusi Parlimen dan juga tangan kosong di medan tempur DUN.
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    Kerusi Parlimen Gerakan yang tinggal hanya di Johor kubu Umno dan di Perak yang 72 peratus pemilih Melayu.
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  6. Kata-kata ketua Wira Perkasa Irwan Fahmi Ideris bahawa sikap yang ditunjukkan oleh Gerakan “mudah patah semangat, terlalu selesa dan menerima apa sahaja tanpa ada usaha yang lebih dan bersungguh-sungguh” tepat mengena sasaran.
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  7. Teguran oleh Irwan yang mengatakan Gerakan tidak bekerja cukup keras untuk membantu jentera BN begitu jitu pun — tidak cakah dan tidak tirus. Apalah yang hendak dinafikan lagi?

Gunting dalam lipatan

Mari kita merungkai tuduhan yang dibuat oleh Gerakan bahawa Perkasa adalah “rasis dan dibenci oleh bangsa-bangsa lain”.

Seperti yang sekian lama diketahui, tuduhan “rasis” paling digemari oleh politikus evangelis DAP 2.0.

HannahRacistUmno

Memandangkan Hannah Yeoh telah menghantar tweetnya mencemuh “racist parties” kepada Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai, iaitu pengarang kumpulan The Star, maka ada baiknya kita menyingkap peranan yang dimainkan oleh jentera media milik MCA itu.

Minda pembaca bukannya boleh dibentuk secara mendadak sekadar beberapa minggu sebelum Hari Mengundi melalui blitzkrieg (propaganda pro-BN) oleh media arus perdana.

Kerja mendidik pembaca agar mampu berfikiran matang dalam politik adalah usaha jangka masa panjang.

Sungguhpun buat masa kini The Star sarat dengan propaganda kempen BN hari-hari, namun selama 5 tahun yang lepas akhbar pendokong evangelista itu telah 24/7 mencuci otak secara lembut dan berselindung.

Contohnya, baca bagaimana ‘Jarum halus dakyah Kristianisasi dicucuk The Star

Hannah Yeoh thestar.com.myNov2012

Perkara-perkara yang mengaibkan politikus evangelis DAP 2.0 semuanya mesti ditutup oleh The Star.

Misalan dalam kes kontroversi Patrick Teoh yang mengeluarkan kata-kata “Quran-thumping motherf**kers” dalam Facebooknya. The Star enggan mencerita bahawa Hannah Yeoh pernah menggalakkan Patrick Teoh untuk tampil bertanding dalam pilihanraya.

Kata Hannah:

“We are very honoured to be in your presence today and I think you will make a brilliant politician. I’ve said many times to you on Twitter, I think you should consider running for a seat in the coming election.”

The Star juga tidak melaporkan bahawa Lim Guan Eng adalah tetamu kehormat yang dijemput untuk melancarkan buku Patrick.

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‘Rasisme’

Gerakan menuduh Perkasalah yang paling rasis.

The Star sememangnya berkeras dan bertekad tidak mahu menangani penipuan Anak Bangsa Malaysia.

Ia senang sahaja jika mahu mendedahkan pembohongan puak Malaysian Firsters.

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Anak kedua Hannah Yeoh sekarang berusia sebulan-setengah lebih.

Adun Jerusubang itu mempunyai 3 pilihan sahaja, yakni mendaftar anaknya itu dalam surat beranak sebagai keturunan:

(I) India

(II) Cina

(III) memboikot proses perdaftaran sijil lahir kerana tuntutannya bagi meletakkan bangsa ‘Anak Malaysia’ tidak dipenuhi JPN

Kesimpulannya jikalau Hannah Yeoh memilih Opsyen (I), yakni butir ‘keturunan India’ maka akan timbul kemusykilan kenapa anak sulungnya sebelum ini didaftarkan sebagai keturunan Cina? Tidak masuk akal bahawa dua orang kanak-kanak yang adik-beradik boleh seorang India dan seorang Cina.

Sekiranya Hannah memilih Opsyen (II), yakni butir ‘keturunan Cina’ maka persoalannya — kenapa pasangan tersebut membelakangi adat dan budaya orang Timur sedangkan salasilah kita selalunya mengikut susur-galur bapa. Adakah Hannah Yeoh memandang rendah tradisi masyarakat India?

Kedua-dua pilihan berupa “lose-lose situation” bagi Hannah Yeoh.

Pesanan jurucakap Bersih Datuk S. Ambiga bagi anak sulung Hannah Yeoh “Shay Adorable” (screenshot bawah)

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Faktor M bagi komponen BN

Penaung Perkasa ialah Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Sekiranya dilanjutkan hujah, maka kritikan Gerakan terhadap Perkasa turut membayangkan bahawa Dr M adalah serasis-rasisnya serta “dibenci oleh bangsa-bangsa lain”.

Mantan perdana menteri pernah menyerang balas pihak pembangkang dengan berkata bahawa ia sebenarnya DAP yang rasis (screenshot bawah). Kenapa seorang pesara beruban yang sudah menjangkau usia 88 tahun perlu sendiri turun padang?

Bukankah ia Gerakan dan MCA yang harus masuk gelanggang untuk berlawan dengan DAP?

Ini tidak.

Sebaliknya jentera media milik MCA – yang mempunyai audien seramai 5.63 juta orang – yang sejak 5 tahun lalu memberi sokongan cukup mantap kepada para politikus evangelis DAP 2.0.

Mahathir Malaysiakini and DAP are racists

Populariti seseorang politikus tidak akan bercambah kecuali kalau layanan Media Darling dicurahkan ke atasnya.

Pihak yang banyak sekali men’darling’kan Hannah Yeoh tidak lain dan tidak bukan The Star. Atas sebab inilah suratkhabar tersebut sengaja membenamkan isu wajah hipokrit “Anak Bangsa Malaysia-buta warna kulit-kami bukan rasis” itu.

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14 thoughts on “Perkasa “rasis dan dibenci oleh bangsa-bangsa lain”, kata Gerakan

  1. BN must have regretted bringing Gerakan into its fold after Mageran. Should have let it rot.

  2. gerakan dah lingkup pada PRU 2008.hidup atas ihsan undi orang melayu ketika ini.

    perkasa ujud selepas gerakan lingkup pada tahun 2008.masalahnya kenapa tak tanya dan buat penyelidikan kenapa perkasa ujud.

    mungkin gerakan perlu tutup kedai selepas PRU13.

  3. DAP is totally depand on Chinese….never in history DAP won in Malay majorities area, Malay is less racist….MCA.MIC,Gerakan have won and survive in Malay majorities areas…

    MCA&MIC&Gerakan have no choise but need to get Malay support, but attacking PERKASA…. will Chinese support MCA & Gerakan?

    or will Malay abandon MCA & Gerakan?

    by attacking PERKASA will it mean more vote Gerakan N MCA will get more vote to retain it current seats….. Stupid Gerakan… .running for dream by hurting reall voters who gave seat to them..

  4. when you’re aware that you are losing support from certain ethnic group, start demonizing and label them ‘racist’ and make sure that any other party symbiotically-linked to it to be ‘guilty by association’.

    It’s actually a pattern. Similar scenario when Hindraf met up with Najib: numerous comments posted called Hindraf as a racist party, no?

    In this scenario, Gerakan should not be afraid of whatever association they have with Perkasa, instead they should take the time to dispell the racist myth being labelled by DAP.

    We all know Perkasa will not exist if not for DAP. It’s DAP that actually gave birth to Perkasa. If there’s anyone that should be blame, it’s DAP.

    It’s in the nature of Perkasa to curb DAP’s infection and saying it the way some malays are thinking. It’s Perkasa’s mission to call DAP’s bluff that they’re contribute so much for the chinese community when it was MCA all along.

    By dictating who Gerakan ‘friends’ with, DAP is behaving like a bully who is actually filled with anxiety & insecurities. Moreover, this came about after the protest made by several NGOs in Penang recently: isn’t this conveniently coincidence?

    Perkasa has been made the bogeyman for the Chinese to keep them kowtow to DAP, when in actual fact the demands made by Perkasa is similar to Dong Zhong, other Chinese group only repackaged & renamed to suit certain ethnic group, no?

  5. Salam, Kak Helen.
    I’m curious if you can know how many Chinese, Malay, Indian, Sabahan, Sarawakian readers have commented on your blog based on their profiling/handle name/style of writing etc etc? how’s the feedback so far from these 3 major races on what have you written? do you think your messages is well-heard, comprehended and digested by readers? and it can be translated into desired action and result during GE?

    i just wonder if your writing only reach certain segment of readers, especially the English speaking/educated/professional segment only.

    for Malay readers, we have hundreds(??? or maybe countless) blogs from both coalition supporters/wings. however personally i think many of them lack of something that English written blogs have been doing. i don’t know what it is. maybe content & presentation (the flair of writing) i guess? though they top up with setting up the FB page so they are able to reach the crowd, many of them just repeating the same lame arguments which are less than helpful and constructive.

    but non-English speaking readers won’t have interest to read English articles, plus if it’s LONG one (this is what I think. maybe I’m wrong). Malay readers although many of us have tertiary level education (more than SPM) still depend heavily on Malay writing blogs. which means any NEW IDEAS from English writing blogs are hard to reach them. not sure if the same/different segment read both English or Malay blogs? or English educated/speaking readers read only English blogs and Malay speaking readers only read Malay blogs.

    but I notice there is one blogger, JIWA HAMBA keep reblogging your entry on his blog, but is there any positive feedbacks from Malay readers? how about Chinese and Indian readers? any influential blogs written by Chinese blogger in Mandarin/Cantonese or Indian blogger in Tamil language? There’s one quite well-known Indian writer who writes in Malay, Uthaya Sankar (http://uthayasb.blogspot.com/).

    Any IDEAS are better comprehended and digested through MOTHER-TOUNGE? It could be Malay, English, Tamil, Mandarin, Iban etc etc. I wish I had more free time to translate your article into Malay language.

    I hope you understand what I’m trying to say ((*o*))

    1. Commenters: Chinese (yes), Malay (yes), Indian (yes), Sabahan (dunno), Sarawakian (yes)

      How many? Most of my blog rss and e-mail subscribers are Malay going by their handle and e-mail addresses.

      How’s the feedback so far? (Throwing open the question, anyone feel free to take the liberty to answer)

      Do I think my messages are well-heard? I keep repeating them just in case they’re not heard the first, second or third time, hahaha.

      Do I think my messages are comprehended and digested by readers? I keep repeating them in the hope that they will be … eventually, hahaha again.

      “Can be translated into desired action and result during GE?” It depends on what are the actions and result desired, which may be quite different for you and for me.

      Does my writing only reach certain segment of readers, especially the English speaking/educated/professional segment only?

      Educated (yes, with the exception of the resident trolls), professional (mostly), English speaking (bilingual and trilingual, and monolingual).

      However my articles under Malay headlines do tend to get more page views than those with English headlines.

      “though they top up with setting up the FB page so they are able to reach the crowd” — very, very true! Facebook would increase my blog readership manifold. However I do not want to go on Facebook to publicize my writings. I do not like Facebook.

      Regular readers could help out though by putting me on their Facebook. It would be much appreciated.

      “but non-English speaking readers won’t have interest to read English articles, plus if it’s LONG one (this is what I think. maybe I’m wrong).”

      You are correct on both counts.

      “I wish I had more free time to translate your article into Malay language.”

      You can write your own comments here in BM. I’ll put them up like I did your last comment on the sari.

      Cheers and thanks for your support.

      1. I think Helen faces the same problem like any of the English or BM based watering holes online – we have no idea how the Chinese or Tamil or other minority languages crowd are thinking, or at least, their arguments in depth. Helen’s blog made a difference in her own way, but it is more important that the platform is engaging more outspoken naysayers than similarly minded supporters.

  6. I am currently keeping company with a PERKASA chick (the kind PAS thinks are terlalu seksi) and her friends read your blog. Most of my friends who support Pakatan read your blog. My friends who support BN funnily enough are not aquainted with your writings – d’oh

    The funny thing is that my Englsih speaking friends always question the motives of your Malay post while my Malay friends never question the motives of your English posts. I find this rather curious.

    Thankfully my Pakatan friends are mostly not the kool aid drinking types and use your blog to get a different perspective on issues related to PR and esp the DAP.

    1. I write in Malay when the post is data based.

      I find it easier, not to mention quicker, to write in English when the content is more discursive wherein I have to lay out my thoughts.

      I can manage in BM when I stuff the article with tables, charts and graphs ‘cos then the language required is more straightforward.

      If your English-speaking friends always question the motives of my Malay posts, then I surmise they’re not too comfortable when presented with facts and figures that they can’t challenge (like the one million citizenships from 1957-1960).

      1. I don’t think it a question of challenging sources and the like. It’s more of a paranoia that different things are being said to different groups.

        And I find it queer that it is my Chinese friends who mostly suffer for this. It pretty illogical since we all understand Bahasa, so in fact understand the message as it were and its not like you are writing in Mandarin/Cantonese which autmatically cuts you off from the majority of readers.

        1. Hahaha, they are indeed paranoid as my Malay readership is after all bilingual.

          Starting this blog in Malay is an example of my CHINESE adaptability if nothing else. What I wish to say is not allowed to be said by the constantly patrolling Red Guards who terrorize cyberspace.

          You’ve seen the psychosis that afflicts the reader sections of MK, FMT and the like. Each time Jos Tan’s byline appears in M2Day, the crowd there goes berserk regardless of anything content-wise that she may write.

          The cyber smear campaign is actually a form on intimidatory censorship and curtailment of freedom of expression. For the lack of any attempt to curb it (the Dapster gangsterism), I hold MCA responsible as they’ve never put up a fight even when their own Wanita and Beliawanis and Jos Tan were the very first victims.

  7. Baljit has got a point there. Perkasa will alienate the fence sitters, read: the middle ground, away from the Barisan Nasional with their racial sabre rattling and religious rethoric. But Tun Mahathir and Perkasa is too arrogant to be aware of this effect.

    That is why Gerakan became so averse when they discovered the rally had Perkasa amongst the ranks.

    My colleagues and I used to be fairly neutral until Tun Mahathir and Perkasa increased their racial rethoric. While we know PR certainly is not the utopian deliverers, we can’t risk it with Tun Mahathir and his brownshirts pulling the strings from behind the curtain.

    1. The rally was organized by a BN supporters body (together with JASA) which reportedly had 150 NGOs under its umbrella.

      Perkasa was only one out of the 150, even tho’ it claimed a leading role for itself.

      1. That is why Gerakan now tries to distance themselves from the protest. They have the cowsense to know its not good to be publicly seen standing next to an extremist far right party.

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