By Malay Princess
I know I should be sleeping right now… my body is tired but my mind is not, and I keep blogwalking as usual. Until I found this link…
Just copypaste from RPK; well-written to explain non-Malay behaviour when it comes to racism.
This is what RPK wrote:
“So you see, when Malays threaten the non-Malays, the Malays — such as I and those in PAS — come forward and openly declare our non-racist stand. We openly declare that we shall protect the non-Malays. But when the non-Malays make racist statements, the other non-Malays either keep very silent and not whack their fellow Chinese and Indians or they add more fuel to the fire.
“So, yes, maybe just a handful of Chinese and Indians make racist statements and it is not fair to whack all non-Malays for what just a handful of people do. But silence is consent. Even if you do not add fuel to the fire by joining the anti-Malay (or anti-Islam) chorus, even if you just keep quiet, that is still bad, as pastor Martin Niemöller demonstrated.”
MCA does nothing to back up Umno/Malay when DAPsters bashing Umno/Malay. Same goes to DAP keep silent when MCA whack PAS/Malay.
But Malay, beria-ia ‘hidung tak mancung pipi tersorong-sorong’ willing to fight flesh and blood for their counterpart. Who are the real racist here???
Malay Princess’s comment originally @ 2013/04/15 at 1:09 am
By Fakin’ Fake Calvin
The Star’s political activism is well & truly running today (12 April).
Page 14 – Full page dedicated to DAP with all 5 articles mentioning DAP.
@imokman said PR “stand a pretty good chance” of making a breakthrough in Johor among others. One would think LGE must be a really nice fella for giving, I mean promising RM600 to cabbies the way the report was written. If that ain’t vote buying, but BR1M is, then obviously someone need to point out the obvious to the oblivious Star reporters & editors.
Page 18 – Gan Ping Sieu’s retort (which I would say was mildly “wow”-ing me & left me impressed, though not terribly so) against Mujahid Yusof Rawa in a forum was relegated to the bottom of the page – blink & you miss it.
Page 33 – Wong Sai Wan’s column; “Worse still will be the one who tries to fight back by sabotaging the person chosen to succeed him.”
“Such sabotage contributed to the poor showing of Barisan in 2008.” Coming from him, the obvious hypocrisy is even more hilarious.
Page 2 – “But I we clamp down on them, then there’s no freedom of speech.” said (Jeff) Ooi, the first Malaysian blogger to be elected into Parliament.” Despite the hypocrisy, the writer & editor refused to seize on the obvious.
Page 3 – “According to Shen (Yee Aun) (who claims to have inside knowledge on how DAP cybertroopers operate)…”
IMO, looks like the writer is trying to put SYA down or sow seeds of doubts among readers on his cred.
Page 8 – Dr Tan Seng Giaw, who btw still have a full head of greying hair, deflecting speculations that balding @imokman would be replacing him in Kepong. I think the Lims wanna get rid of Dr Tan who I believe is not always keen to toe to the line drawn by the party.
The unseen scissors is getting sharper & sharper with each passing day it seems.
FF Calvin’s comment originally @ 2013/04/12 at 9:27 am