Utusan assistant chief editor Zaini Hassan wrote today:
“Dalam BN … MP Cina hanyalah 11 orang atau 8%!
Lantaran itu, adalah tidak salah jika dibuat kesimpulan bahawa orang Cina telah bersatu untuk menumbangkan kerajaan yang bertunjangkan Pribumi/Islam dan menggantikan dengan kerajaan yang bertunjangkan Bukan Islam/orang Cina!
Kerana laungan Ini Kali Lah untuk mereka boleh merebut kuasa maka ahli-ahli MCA dan Gerakan daripada kaum Cina telah menjadi pengkhianat parti dan berduyun-duyun lari bersekongkol dengan DAP. Lalu tsunami Cina, seperti mana yang diungkapkan oleh Najib, adalah tepat sekali!”
(3) Okay, so what about the ‘pemikiran‘ factor next?
Former Utusan group editor Zainuddin Maidin highlights the hypocrisy of Wong Chun Wai, the evangelista group editor of The Star, saying in his blog Zamkata today:
“Pandai-pandailah Datuk Wong membaling batu sembunyi tangan demi untuk hidup dan untuk Malaysian Malaysia. Masa Datuk Najib pun boleh selamat, masa DAP berkuasa kelak lagi selamat. Hidup Datuk Wong!”
Yup, the baling batu sorok tangan evangelistas gergaji dua mata.
The 20-year cycles
Raja Petra Kamarudin in his most recent column (Malaysia Today, 18 June 2013) warned that Umno moving to the right can only bring Malaysia deeper into racial politics.
He said this election’s Chinese assault and Malay backlash that is pushing Umno to the right invokes “the risk of [racial politics] exploding some time in the future to fulfill Lim Kit Siang’s prophecy of a time bomb ticking away in Malaysia”.
Let’s look at the ebb and flow of history.
Objections to the Perjanjian Persekutuan Tanah Melayu were raised in 1947-48 by the Chinese. That was 65 years ago.
Race riots broke out on May 13 following the Chinese opposition’s big in the 1969 general election. That was 44 years ago.
The Ops Lalang ISA swoop took place in October 1987, which was 26 years ago. In the 1986 general election, the Chinese oppo had similarly gained in strength — DAP 24 Parliament seats, MCA 17.
Each time the DAP is much stronger than the MCA, orang Cina pun mula meragam lah.
We’re looking at a consistent 20-year interval between the series of events above.
What will happen tomorrow?
Today is full of endless provocations. The participation of Chinese in the #Black 505 rallies are reminiscent of the Chinese rallies in May 1969.
British found the Chinese to be “repulsive”
REPULSIVE chameleons …
Academic Khong Kim Hoong in his book ‘Merdeka! British Rule and the Struggle for Independence Malaya 1945-1957′ (SIRD publication, 2003), listed several reasons why the British government had preferred to negotiate with Umno on the drafting of the 1948 Malayan constitution.
“Fourth, the government found the behavior and methods of the AMCJA-Putera repulsive. The opposition seemed to be more interested in stirring up anti-British sentiments, embarrassing the government and challenging its authority than in establishing a working relationship,” wrote Khong.
The oppo is behaving in quite the same way today — stirring up anti-Malay sentiments, embarrassing the BN government and more keen to challenge its authority than to establish a working relationship.
The unholy matrimony of DAP-PKR-PAS will do everything within their means – fair or foul (mostly foul) – to obtain power. They will stop at nothing to gain Putrajaya.
Daily there are the acrimonious confrontations, especially those initiated by Lim Kit Siang and his son Guan Eng. The former is still caught in his ’69 time warp and the latter unable to shed his streetfighter ego.
No room for the other races
What happens when the DAP is in control?
To the best of my knowledge, all of Hannah Yeoh’s personal assistants and political secretary are evangelical Christians like herself. (Please correct me if I’m wrong.)
A disillusioned Aspan Alias, one of the Malay faces of the DAP, today admitted, “laungan ‘multiracialism’ itu hanya mainan lidah yang tidak bertulang itu sahaja”.
Dr Novandri Hasan Basri, who is the Unit Media Baru information chief, has advised Aspan to leave the DAP and as well called upon “kepimpinan tertinggi BN perlu bincang dengan serius tentang hala tuju akhbar The Star.”
Blog House Malaysia president Syed Akbar Ali has noted: “Without a doubt many Bloggers and many people consider Star a mouthpiece for the Opposition.”
Sepandai-pandainya tupai melompat
Bloggers touching on The Star:
Zamkata: The Star is a thorn in the flesh
OutSyed the Box: Yesterday out of nowhere The Star ran the following “ad”
Minda Intelek Melayu: Terkini! Blogger Melayu DAP dihentam pemimpin Cina DAP! terima kasihlah akhbar The Star!
Kedah ke KL: PANASS!! Banyaknya Malaun DAP Dalam Akhbar The Star!
Medan Info Kita: Akhbar The STAR Ada Agenda CINABENG…..?
TDS World: Star = Chinese Tsunami Never Happen???
Pecah Palak Mikir: Aunty The Star Cina Bangunkan Malaysia Tanpa Bantuan Bumiputera?
Apanama: The Star‘s play of pictures…
The Unspinners: Boikot The Star!!!