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Dr M causes ants to crawl in the Dapster pants

A quick anecdote:

A couple of years ago, I took part in an interfaith roundtable held at ISTAC in Jalan Duta (photo below).


Since the event was co-hosted by the International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS), the proceedings were conducted in English due to the presence of foreign participants.

At my table was a representative from Abim who was rather quiet and did not provide much input. The Abim lady’s conspicuous silence prompted the moderator (a Singapore Malay) hosting my group to tell her that she could address the table in BM instead.

Given the option of speaking BM, the Abim rep immediately piped up and was able to contribute a wealth of ideas with confidence and eloquence.

And the point of the story is …

The super cyberbullying and scorn poured by Dapsters on those whose English is not up to mark have effectively shut out any Malay voices in the Chinese celestial sphere.

Pembaca Utusan Malaysia
Utusan readership by ethnicity

The silent majority

We can see from the pie chart above that only one percent of Utusan readers are Chinese.

There is hardly any meaningful inter-ethnic dialogue taking place in the national language. The MCA’s own language priorities (see screenshot below of MCA website) clue us in as to why.

Malaysian Chinese Association Panda

The readership of the two leading mainstream English papers shows an interesting asymmetry.

Half of The Star readers are Chinese while half of the NST readers are Malay. A quarter of The Star readers are Malay (25%) and quarter of the NST readers are Chinese (23%).

This quarter of shared space is the language – English – overlap between the two races.

However, the circulation of The Star is triple that of the NST whereas the readership of The Star is quadruple NST’s.

(Note: There is a difference between readership and circulation, ref. here)

Going by the numbers, The Star has a greater influence than the NST due to its far wider reach. This interpretation is augmented by their respective distribution patterns.

The NST relies more on institutional subscriptions (e.g. delivered to government offices) and bulk sales (e.g. corporate sponsorship for delivery to the classrooms). The Star, on the other hand, has stronger street sales.

These circumstances leave the field wide open for The Star to Jerusubangize the urban population (more on this later).

It is against this backdrop — i.e. 90 percent of the Chinese population (the DAP supporters) do not have much inkling of what the Utusan-reading Malays are thinking — that we should view the latest Kit Siang-Mahathir spat.

Kit Siang threatens to sue Dr M

I am reproducing Dr Mahathir’s blog posting ‘Gelang Patah‘ (Che Det blog, 11 April 2013) in full below.

I’m dissecting Dr M’s write-up because it has come to a point where I believe the Evangelista Bintang Tiga are just too much. Below, for example, is the DAPSubangJaya tweet urging that our ex-premier be charged for sedition.

Close reading

I do not think there is any issue with Dr M’s paragraphs (1) – (5).

(6) is contentious, and we’ll return to it shortly.

Insofar as interpretative comments go, (7) is fair game. You can’t expect a Malay and a Chinese to have identical views on the PAP. (8) & (9) are an old squabble by the two elderly minister mentors on how their legacies would be viewed eventually by history.

(10) is vintage Mahathirism. (11) is Dr M’s personal opinion.

(12) is the crux of Kit Siang’s defamation suit threat.

(13) “Gelang Patah will be the focus of GE13” — true.

(14) “Will the DAP end Malay-Chinese friendship and cooperation in Johor”? — a valid question.

So let’s now return to (6) and (12).

Politics of Hate

Dr M writes that Kit Siang is going to (a) bring about conflict and antagonism between the races, and (b) wage the Chinese to dislike and hate the Malays.

You can consider the above for yourself and whether you reckon Kit Siang can make a convincing case against Dr M for libel on this score.

Dr M also writes that “racial confrontation would replace Sino-Malay cooperation which has made Malaysia stable and prosperous” which is correct. However, he appears to lay the blame at Kit Siang’s door by saying “[however such a] cooperation will end when Kit Siang wins Gelang Patah”.

The following sentence – “Even if there will not be violent clashes as seen in many countries where people are divided by race or religion” – indicates that Dr M has not signalled a red alert (risk of a repeat of the May 13 riots).

So it boils down to this then: “Sino-Malay cooperation will end when Kit Siang wins Gelang Patah”.

Is the above conjecture by Dr M allegedly ‘defamatory’ to the extent that warrants the Tokong’s father hauling their nemesis to court?

Dapsters going ballistic

Returning to the echo chamber, we have the DAPSubangJaya tweeting that Dr M’s Gelang Patah article is seditious.

DAP and their Dapsters went berserk when Ahmad Ismail called the non-Malays “pendatang”. But the same DAP and their Dapsters “have been using the term Kutty here, there and everywhere” (see BigCat).

Kutty is a Malayali/Tamil surname, I’m made to understand. Hence when the DAP and Dapsters employ this taunt, they are reminding Dr M that his forefathers were immigrants too.

The double standards of the Dapsters are becoming very clear for all to see.

Dr M cautions against an impending “racial confrontation”. The urban Chinese pooh-pooh his warning.

My sense of things is the same as Ayah’s — see ‘Silent anger among Malays is growing’.

Dapsters are so bodoh sombong that they cannot comprehend how provocative their behaviour is. And nobody is allowed to tell them off lest their lynch mobs burn you at the stake.

From my personal experience, I’ve seen that the Chinese supremacists become extremely vicious and out come their bayonets whenever I pick up on anything that Dr M says.

Is it that impossible for them to fathom that their escalating viciousness will provoke a counter response?

Article by Dr M begins >>

1. Kit Siang is going to contest in Gelang Patah.
2. Why Gelang Patah?
3. Obviously it is because Gelang Patah has a Chinese majority.
4. Obviously Kit Siang is going to play on Chinese sentiments.
5. Johore has been an Alliance/Barisan Nasional stronghold ever since independence. The three races there have been supporting each other in elections. They do not have strong racist feelings.
6. But Kit Siang is going to bring about conflict and antagonism between the races, to wage the Chinese to dislike and hate the Malays.
7. The slogan of the DAP is Malaysian Malaysia, a slogan used by the PAP in the 1964 General Elections. The slogan implies that Malaysia did not belong to all Malaysians equally. It belongs to the Malays.
8. The PAP intended to get the Chinese not to co-operate with the Malays, to end the Sino-Malay “kongsi” of the Tunku in the Alliance Party.
9. Kongsi means not taking all our entitlements for ourselves but sacrificing some so others may get their share.
10. The PAP rejected this “kongsi” principle demanding that everything be based on merit. When Singapore left Malaysia the DAP, the PAP Trojan horse, took up the Malaysian Malaysia slogan. The intention was to draw away Chinese support from the MCA and abandon the kongsi concept with UMNO and the Malays. The meritocracy promoted by the DAP will mean diminishing opportunities for the Malays in education and in business. This will result in the Malays becoming less and less qualified and poorer. Meritocracy is not about sharing but about the winners taking all.
11. When Kit Siang decided to contest in Chinese majority Gelang Patah it is because he wanted the Chinese there and in Johor to reject working together and sharing with the Malays.
12. An unhealthy racial confrontation would replace Sino-Malay cooperation which has made Malaysia stable and prosperous. That cooperation will end when Kit Siang wins Gelang Patah. Even if there will not be violent clashes as seen in many countries where people are divided by race or religion, but confrontation between the three major races in Malaysia will be disruptive and will not be conducive to the development of Malaysia.
13. For this reason the decision of Kit Siang to contest in Gelang Patah will be the focus of the 13th General Election in this country.
14. Will the DAP end Malay-Chinese friendship and cooperation in Johor or will “kongsi” remain the bases of race relations in Johor and in Malaysia?
Article by Dr M ends <<

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34 thoughts on “Dr M causes ants to crawl in the Dapster pants

  1. Re: Is it that impossible for them to fathom that their escalating viciousness will provoke a counter response?

    They seem to think everyone asks the question “WWJD?”

    They expect everyone to turn the other cheek ala Matthew 5: 38 – 42. Or they expect those whom they curse would bless them in return as taught in Luke 6: 27 – 31. All that singing, dancing & hallelujahs must have left them feeling stoned; and they don’t even need to smoke, consume or inject anything to get that high. 10% of their income for love offerings would be sufficient.

  2. Like father like son. Every young Chinese in Penang will tell u they support DAP cos Tokong Eng ” dare to fight the Malay for us”. Father and son had always blamed UMNO (Malay) for their ISA detention, so “fighting the Malay” is actually their personal war.

    The traveling salesman from Batu Pahat had made Penang a very racist state, now they are targeting Johore. I do feel that another War is very real, but then there is no Peace without War, if every effort fail to avoid it, may be it is good for them to experiend it, only then Malaysian, especially the younger generation will be awaken.

  3. The rabid anti-Malay campaign speeches of LKS (in Chinese and English to a Chinese audience) would have been recorded by the police. Lim Kit Siang should beware what he is asking for if he sues Tun Mahathir.

    I had shivers running down my spine when the Malay-baiting began in 2008. Lim Kit Siang appears to have forgotten history. He thinks most Malays, unlike Sakmongkol and Aspian Alias, have forgotten history.

  4. these people never learn. but we should not be too concerned about it. post GE13, we will definitely have a Malay government and a Chinese led opposition. that’s when the real fun begins. the question then will be “are the Chinese up for it ?”. I m not taunting the Chinese by asking “are the Chinese up for it ?”. L O L !

    1. maybe najib should consider our indian’s friend as new business partner instead of Kuok brother’s species.. We should learn from Lee kuan Yew.

  5. i think there’s no point to save Chinese votes anymore.

    if they really think Kitty Sissy & Co can serve them well or better, so let it be. they claim they need no more help from government, so let them go. after all Chinese community in general, already well-established and lead better life than other races.

    what else help they need other than greed of power?

    maybe it’s time for Malay leaders to give trust and chance to Indian community & its leaders to navigate this country together.

    all this while, it’s all about Malay-Chinese collaboration. since we can’t count on MCA, let’s support and educate MIC to be as good as what their counterpart have done. people may interpret my suggestion as playing racial card, but read the link below, copy paste from Tan Sri Zam’s blog. both English & Malay.

    Singapore has punished Malay after the 1964 riot by replacing almost all high positions with Indian. Pre-1964, Malay enjoyed the special treatment & relationship in Kuan Euuuu’s goverment.

    to my fellow Indian friends, you have to accept this bitter reality and history before you can move forward.

      1. Lu gila. Lu really dont know what you are talking about. subahan kamal is Tamil, Mahathir is Tamil, Teuku adnan Tamil, Anwar Tamil, KJ Tamil, Zambry Kader Tamil, Sheikh Fadzil Tamil, Nor Yakub tamil.

        the Malays are in deep shit now because of these Tamils..stupid LOLZ

    1. it is also time we give the Bumiputera of Sabah and Sarawak a chance. I do hope that after GE13, we have more MPs from Sabah and Sarawak serving as our ministers. they have served BN and the government faithfully over the decades. time for the BN to show their appreciation to our countrymen and countrywomen from Sabah and Sarawak.

    2. malayPrincess,

      Helen is spot on. DAP members due to their inability to comprehend malay attitude fail to realise that vast majority of malays hate DAP. They think all Malays are like the senseless BERSIH demonstrators.

      DAP is about Lim dynasty. And Kit siang and Guan eng are known as getting votes by inciting chinese to clash with Malays. That has been theoir modus operandi as long as anyone can remember.

      Many Chinese, believing that now they have the chance to upstage UMNO and hence therefore take control over politics do not realise that they are in direct collision course with Malays.

      1. Shamshul,

        they have already upstaged the Malays in terms of their rude behavior…………………..

        oh well, after this, the Dapsters will hijack my name and post rude comments here and there. I m so scared…………….

        1. International Jew,

          Yup. they crossed the line so many times. i do not want to think what the malay will do to punish Kit siang. May 13 is not “impossible” now.

      2. yes, TIJ – definitely agree with that. thanks for mentioning. we have Anifah Aman, who’s doing his job as Foreign Minister great & excellent. should extend the chance to other capable fellows from Borneo as well.

        yes mr. shamsul, in case if the DAPster accuse us as racist, “hey we just follow your idol’s footstep, Singapore. that’s how Kuan Euuuu treated the so-called traitor.

        if Singapore regarded Malay as traitor back in 1964, in 2013 Malaysia regard Chinese as traitor too. don’t blame us. you said we should look upon Singapore as role model kan…”

  6. Helen

    I plan to go thru all the dapster n opps. site such as Malaysiakini n such n download or copy all the Malay insulting coment tranlate , enlarge bawak balik kampong and tampal it all over, kedai kopi, surau, masjid balai raya and bus stop …now my question would that be consider seditious ???

    If not anyone care to join me…..

    1. I do think so, Yes. It is not an issue against the law per se.

      I don’t know what is the constructive way to counter this politic of hate phenomena, but I don’t think doing what you plan above is constructive.

      You see, there are a lot of minority Chinese in a lot of areas in Malaysia. We might be struggling to find a place without one. I am very worried that those Chinese who might not support DAP will become the target of some who might get aroused. The last thing we want is mob violence against innocent people.

      1. They certainly dont care about anyone when they wrote it….. so tell me why should i….??

        Aye i’m just sort of retweeting…. right, those folks with no access to cyberspace they’ve the right to know…

        Anyway i’m a malay that make me rascist, right…..

        1. I think you should go ahead and do so.

          You’re not the first one to suggest this idea. The Indians have done the same, i.e. compiled all the racist comments made by the Chinese esp. over the Kg Buah Pala issue.

          Diorang berani buat kena berani tanggung.

          For too long, they’ve been allowed to get away scot-free with simply accusing.

    2. The most important think is we must do something to ensure our racial harmony’s life stay forever.. proceed your idea if you feel better with that plan.

      1. Are we the only one having to think about Racial and Religious Harmony in this country…..?? While they keep finding ways to wreck it up….. penat la….

  7. Ditto to both Malay Princess & the International Jew when humanity irrespective of origin is a step ahead of materialism and political shenanigans. It takes us as a community in participation not an anticipation when humanity and realism prevail for each other as Malaysians nor matter how bitter it has been in the past when we are ready, able and willing to address those issues as Malaysians. Best of luck.

    1. certain things need to be mentioned and emphasized many times. that’s what the other has been doing for such long years and we can see the consequences now.

      do you really think Singapore address issues as Singaporean? or they actually tend to address the issues as Chinese Singaporean issues only?

      i don’t believe in Malaysian Malaysia. at least not now, because we honestly are not ready for that. perhaps it will take more than 100 years for Malaysian to be true Malaysian.

      affirmative action is crucial and most suitable to multiracial country like us. but it’s up to each party leaders to ensure its deliverable to the people. and also how brave and dare the people to push their leaders. we can’t sit down and hope they give everything to us. we must go out and demand.

      that’s what I’m learning now. in order to get what I want, I must ask. and I also learn from trial and error. if I can’t get with this way, okay I should use different way. so far I succeed.

      1. Dear Malaysian, point taken, success is not material but what is conscious for humanity to survive. Like this song [YouTube] hope you can you do as well when reasoning is all that we need.

  8. Tun M continues to teach us how to deal with #DAPsterCancer. The fact that he still has to intervene himself is perhaps a sign of our own shortcomings.

    Everyone needs to step up to stamp out #DAPsterCancer from Malaysian society.

  9. The next 13th General Elections is no joke or tea-party. It is the about the survival of our beloved Malaysia as a free, independent and democratic Nation and the confirmation of Singapore’s journey into Spartadom. These are the TRUE facts.

    1. The DAP was created by Lee Kuan Yew as a Trojan horse. The DAP sat around for 44 long years doing nothing shouting ‘Malaysia for Malaysians’ and now it is a coterie of 3 in which it is 3rd Class. A spokesman said,’Malaysian Politics is Malay based.’ No doubt a recent discovery of true facts. Good !

    2. The ill-advised triumphant tour of the Malaysian Ulus by Lee Kuan Yew in anticipation of a change of Government which never happen, confirms the deep, deep involvement of the PAP in the domestic affairs of our beloved Malaysia. This trip was made in April 2008 when Lee Kuan Yew was 86 ! This shows his intentions clearly.

    Now the other side of the coin, Singapore and Lee Kuan Yew’s failed policies derived from facts from Singapore and have been produced elsewhere on this Blog:-

    1. The use of money as a tool of Foreign Policy which killed or maimed innocent men, women and children. Vide. Thaksin

    2. The loss by the dysfunctional meritocratic pyramid of yes-men
    with the smartest fellow on top, of US$108 Billions (RM350 Billions) of the citizens Trust money in October 2008 on Wall Street. Vide Channelnewsasia. Lee Kuan Yew.

    3. The 2-child family Policy of 1970s and 1980s. This is the killer.
    In 1959 – Indigenous Singaporeans – 100%. 2013 – 62%. 2030 – 45%. Vide. Singapore Government White Paper on Population.

    4. Humanity and Multiculturalism never practised in Singapore. Vide.The Curry Smell Tribunal. The 188 bus drivers strike. The Toilet fights.

    5. A perfunctory Judiciary System which is well-known throughout the World. Vide. Dr Chee. Tan Koon Swan. Oz and German drug mules. Dr Woffles Wu. Shaw (if the Police stopped at 1, he would not be in trouble)

    6. 5,000 pigs imported daily. The flower nurseries contracts. The Sale of Kim Eng Securities to Maybank.

    7. Lee Kuan Yew has been in power since 1959, 55 years, and will be there for the next 10. During this period, Malaysia had 6 democratically elected Prime Ministers.

    I now seriously warn all Malaysians especially the Malays and non-Malays if the Opposition controls Malaysia as a large Trojan horse with the smaller DAP Trojan horse in its belly, the MALAYS and the BUMIPUTRAS would have LOST their ancient homeland which is astride strategically by the Straits of Melaka and the South China Sea for 1,200 miles from East to West. And all its natural resources.

    The Malays and the Bumiputras will be turned into poor wandering gypsies and the non-Malays worse. Our beloved Malaysia would come under the DE FACTO CONTROL BY A ONE-STREET TOWN, SINGAPORE, through its PROXIES. Why are they PROXIES ? They claim to be one of us !

    TO AVOID SPARTADOM, SINGAPORE MUST CONTROL MALAYSIA NOW ! Sorry, to say these guys should have wiped out the BN when it was at its weakest with all the fun and games since 2004. The moment has gone.

    FOREWARNED IS FOREARMED and the Opposition made the cardinal mistake of stirring up the sleeping Doc who put spine into the BN.

    1. Malaysia perumpaannya adalah seperti bola yang sedang digolek-golek ke hulu ke hilir oleh kedua-dua pasukan iaitu pasukan BN vs PR.

      Singapura di bawah Kuan Euuuu, adalah seperti booker atau penjudi yang sedang mencaturkan perlawanan agar berpihak kepadanya untuk mendapat untung yang besar.

      pastilah penjudi Kuan Euuu mahukan kemenangan berpihak kepada PR, lalu menyuruh pengurus pasukan PR iaitu DAP menggunakan apa sahaja cara bagi membelasah BN sampai mampus.

      bila PR menang, bola Malaysia itu akan disimpan sebagai trofi kebanggaan sambil penjudi Kuan Euuu, pasukan PR & pengurusnya DAP meraikan kemenangan dengan darah dan airmata…

  10. I loved it when Dr Mahathir slammed Lim Kit Siang as ‘BODOH’ for calling Dr M a threat to the country (TV3 news last night).

    Way to go Dr M!

  11. Dear MalaysianInNewYork,

    it’s quite rare for me to comment many times. usually after I commented, i never replied because i was occupied with something else. thanks Kak Helen and other readers including you, as initially I treat this blog as playground to polish my English skill :-). I’m still young ehem, under 35 years old *o* and sekolah kebangsaan educated, hence my average and stiff English.

    *i have tendency repeating what I said, off and on pc (smile). my families and friends are annoyed with this but I have my own excuse. to get ideas to be accepted, we must repeat the inception process multiple times into their heads, until the target submit to it. that’s what I believe and practising. even a lie, if we keep telling it everyday, people will eventually buy it. DAPster and PR is the living proof for it.

    *but material is needed to define success to some extent, though it’s not ultimate.
    both tangible and intangible elements must exist and exploited for the survival of humanity.
    material supporting the virtues and vice versa = success & survival.

    *rasanya…hanya di negara-negara satu bangsa sahaja seperti Jepun, Korea, China, India yang tak akan bertelagah tentang perkauman dan layanan istimewa kepada sesuatu kaum.

    *tapi tetap akan ada masalah lain pula seperti isu kelas, isu pendatang vs rakyat tetap, isu etnik dan isu agama.

    unfortunately for Indian & other Bumiputera communities, they are trapped in unfavourable situation, where they are in weaker position in both economy (dominated by Chinese) and politics (dominated by Malay). that’s what I meant by they must realize and accept the bitter reality and history to embrace the better future.

    Opportunities must be given under some terms, conditions & circumstances. other than the ability to govern, we must look at the characteristic & personality. Should we give chance to Kitty Sissy & CO with their Evangelistas Bintang Tiga comrades when we already know their hypocritical, racist, cruel, ruthless characteristics? perhaps they won’t kill us directly, but surely they will ignite more hatred.

    Some may earn the chance. Some are not deserved at all.
    MIC & Hindraf & Borneo Bumiputera must be given the chance, based on the needs (they are the most lacking), performance, loyalty and characteristics.

    For Chinese, MCA show no loyalty this time. They should be punished. DAP out of question due to characteristic & personality no matter how brilliant and smart they govern Penang.

    For Malay, sorry if many disagree with my opinion, but the fact that Malaysia is Tanah Melayu and the long history with Melayuness, there should be no question why we must NOT give premiership to other races. But Malay also need to fullfill certain criterias to be eligible for the position.

    Bukan orang Melayu yang akan menumpahkan darah, menabur fitnah, atau bersekongkol dengan Yahudi.

    Bila Singapore ada PM Melayu baru kita boleh cakap nak ada PM bukan Melayu di Malaysia. kita kan selalu tengok Singapura sebagai contoh tauladan…Dasar Pandang Ke Selatan.

    So, if people ask if we need to give chance to PR to govern the country, check the characteristic, & personality. Not only manifesto and performance if they claim they done a very good job for past 5 years. Can they ensure the stability, peace and harmony of the country? Although I hate 80% of ex-cabinets and half of UMNO. still Barisan National is a better choice than Pakatoon…

    even some companies, they conduct APTITUDE TEST for potential employees. If Pakatoon take the aptitude test, I best they will fail miserably….

    P/S : I love Nina Simone…If You Go Away…*o*

  12. Dear Malay Princess, you are indeed a princess.Thank you for not losing faith in humanity irrespective of your origin. You have shown love and compassion at least in the cyber blog for fellow Malaysians as a necessity trait beyond politics and not for a self indulged melodrama. Without people like you humanity cannot survive in Malaysia.Thank you for being the Malay princess you are for the rest of us.

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