60 thoughts on “Naib presiden MCA bidas Adnan Yaakob

  1. MCA sembang boleh lah. Orang China pun dah tak sokong dorang. Orang mengundi pun dah habis tiba masa kerja. Dia sibuk nak perhatian orang China. Saja cover line. Di belakang minum satu meja dengan DAP. Malaysia Malaysia!

    Nama anak beranak nak masuk dalam geran tuan tanah…. dah bagi tumpang tanah bertahun tahun free, sekarang nak kongsi geran pulak… Gila dorang ni.

  2. The Chinese have been alienating themselves deliberately in all aspects of life be it economic or social. Then play the blame game old lame tactic of ‘being sidelined’ or ‘feel out of placed’ .’ They can’t even speak Malay correctly, sing the national anthem, cite the Rukunegara or even know it exists. I’ve had enough of this.

    The underlying cause is the chinese community wants to isolate themselves and distance themselves from all other race in Malaysia.

    There is no need to discuss in details about it because we all know what the reason is.

    Better eat your own rubbish Gan Ping Sieu.

    If UMNO doesn’t contest in my electoral area, I will not go out to vote in the future. This is the last time(PRU 13) I will vote for MCA. I had been voting for these lousy MCA people for 3 terms now. Never again. UMNO, take note.

  3. Wow, I’m terribly impressed with the upgraded version of GPS 2.0

    As for the “underlying cause” he mentioned, could it possibly be due to MCA losing control of its’ members & companies where they are the majority shareholder?

    Or perhaps the donkeys are unable to control the monyets in the party?

    Either way, GPS must not be feeling wowed nor terribly impressed with the state of things.

    Btw, the Housing & Local Government Minister recently spoke about the possibility of the annual direct allocation to some 600 new villages would instead be disbursed through the local authorities. MCA in response wanted a say in the matter. Wonder what gave them the right to make such demands when they insisted on rejecting any government position?

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/09/17/Chor-New-villages-doing-well-for-last-two-decades.aspx

    1. i think it’s better that way. fyi there’s a dedicated division in MHLG that is New Village Division to cater for the needs and administration of new villages all over peninsular malaysia (no new village in Sabah n Sarawak). This division is part of the Local Authority Department under MHLG. Seriously, this division has failed to administer cause the reason it was setup is to curb communist terrorist element. Whereas what happened today is vice versa. Better off cut the allocation and focus on wellbeing to all races. Also the officers there can be relocated to other division/department where the needs are more critical. Why the setup of this division with its allocation around 100 million the chinese never harp about meritocracy, equality and fairness?

  4. Sekolah cina, univ cina, tadika cina, radio cina, tv cina, akhbar cina, kerja company cina. Siapa yg jadi ALIEN di Tanah Melayu ni?

    1. Mampos dan tumpo laa Melayu…, layu kering dan terkulai…! Apa sebab jadi begini…? Siapa yang memberi semua itu dan siapakah yang memerintah dan berkuasa sejak merdeka…? Tidakkah kamu memiliki akal untuk berfikir…?

      Biar buta mata tapi jangan buta hati….! Disebabkan telah butaperut, orang-orang melayu dan penyokong umngok telah berjaya diperbodohkan oleh pemimpin mereka sendiri.

      Maka, jadilah mereka seperti anjing yang menyalak bukit akibat bongok sepanjang hayat…

      1. kau ni memang tak habis NGOK NGOK NGOK.. ya kalau UMNO salah, siapa pulak yg meneruskan kesalahan UMNO? PASngok dan PKRngok yg jadi PARTI ANGGUK SAHAJA

        1. …oleh itu terimalah kenyataan apa yang terjadi kini…, janganlah bising dan menyalak tak ketahuan sedangkan kamu sendiri yang memberi sokongan iaitu sokong yang membawa rebah…!

          Kalo kamu sudah sedar dan insaf UMNO itu salah, kenapa tidak kamu lawan dan tentang mereka habis-abisan. Tetapi kamu memberi dokongan dan sokongan. Terserlah sudah sifat hipokrit kamu itu…! Kamu tidak kenal diri kamu dan kamu sebenarnya anti kpd diri kamu sendiri..! Ini namanya butahati…

          Di antara ciri-ciri orang yg memiliki sifat NGOK itu ialah suka(tdk memberi tentangan) kpd kenaikan harga barangan dan perkhidmatan. Suka membayar tol bila menggunakan lebuhraya. Suka membayar hutang pelajaran – PTPTN meskipun telah dijanjikan utk dilupuskan…

          Tidakkah kamu terfikir betapa bodoh dan bongoknya kamu…?

          Sebelum PRU13 berapakah jumlah hutang negara..? Sedarkah kamu bahawa hutang negara kini telah mencecah RM 622 billion…?

          1. muda,

            Saya nak tanya satu soalan kepada kamu. Jikalau bukan parti UMNO, parti manakah yang akan membela nasib orang Melayu? PKR ke? PAS ke?

            Dalam PR, DAP merupakan parti dominant dan PKR serta PAS hanya pak sanggup saja. Awak cakap memang sedap tapi tiada ulasan yang bernas. Dalam hal ini awak lah yang bongok yang lebih rela melihat orang Melayu diperkudakan oleh Cina DAP.

            Cakap tak serupa bikin.

            1. Bebanyak terimakasih saudara/saudari “Aku Melayu” kerana memberi respon terhadap komentar saya yg ditujukan kepada saudara/saudari “antihipokrit”. Komentar anda sangat bernas…!

              Terlebi dahulu saya memohon maaf kerana tulisan saya tidak sebernas tulisan tuan.

              Sudah tentulah orang yang mempunyai kuasa ditangannya untuk mengambil tindakan membela nasib orang Melayu. PKR, PAS dan DAp tidak pernah lagi menguasai kerajaan Persekutuan. Mereka tidak ada kuasa untuk berbuat demikian dan jika ada pun agak terhad.

              Tidak boleh menuding dan meletakkan kesalahan kpd parti-parti tersebut dalam hal ini kerana mereka adalah pembangkang di Parlimen. Peranan mereka hanyalah memberi pandangan dan menegur salahlaku kerajaan dalam mengurus dan mentadbir kerajaan Malaysia. Agar proses ‘semak dan imbang’ itu berjalan dgn sempurna untuk kebaikan rakyat Malayisa.

              Persolannya di sini, betulkah UMNO membela nasib orang Melayu..? Sejak merdeka sehingga kini.., semua PM Malaysia adalah orang Melayu UMNO (Madey saja Melayu peranakan). Bahkan, 3/4 menteri-menterinya terdiri dari orang Melayu.

              Kenapa orang-orang Melayu masih tidak terbela.., miskin dan melarat di tanahairnya sendiri. Tidakkah kamu sedar akan perihal ini…? 56 tahun telah berlalu…, masa yang sangat panjang…! Orang-orang Melayu masih lagi digula-gulakan dgn subsidi, kain pelekat dan BR1M ketika menjelang pilihanraya.

              Secara borong dan peruncitan, ekonomi Malayisa dikuasai oleh siapa…? Pejamkan mata kamu dan dapatkan jawapan. Siapa tunggang siapa dan siapa yang menunggang siapa…? Cubalah berlapang dada dan belajar untuk menerima kenyataan…! Lihatlah realiti Malaysia hari ini dan berasa insaflah untuk berubah.

              Sejak dari zaman Tun Razak lagi agenda pembangunan negara dan mengeluarkan orang Melayu dari arus kemiskinan telah bermula. Macam-macam agensi kerajaan ditubuhkan untuk menjayakan misi ini spt FELDA, FELCRA , KEJORA, KESEDAR dll. Tetapi kenapa misi tersebut tidak sepenuhnya berhasil…? Sekali lagi saya berharap kamu dapat mencari jawapannya.

              Tiba pula zaman anak Tun Razak menjadi PM. Beliau berazam untuk berjuang mempertahankan Putrajaya sehingga ke titisan darah yang terakhir agar tidak jatuh ke tangan Pakatan Rakyat. Setelah menang PRU13 dengan pelbagai tipuhelah termasuk pengundinya terdiri dari pendatang luar, maka dia mengumumkan satu lagi agenda iaitu pemerkasaan ekonomi orang-orang Melayu.

              Jika saya katakan ini adalah retorik semata-mata untuk menutup kemarahan awam sebab kenaikan harga barangan dan perkhidmatan akibat naiknya harga minyak..! Tentu anda dan penyokong UMNO/BN akan merah telinga.

              Kerajaan tiada cara lain untuk mengumpul dana kerana kantung kerajaan telah kosong akibat perbelanjaan menghadapi PRU13 dan inilah cara yang paling berkesan untuk mengisi semula kantung tersebut. Sedangkan trend pasaran harga minyak dunia ketika itu menurun. Anihnya Malaysia negara pengeluar minyak mengambil tindakan menaikkan harga minyak.

              Saya bukannya tidak mahu bersifat positif dengan apa yg telontar dari mulut PM tetapi menjadi kritikal sebab telah dapat melihat kesan-kesan dan akibat pelbagai jenis agenda yang sudah berlalu…. yang menggunakan banyak dana awam.

              Kalo di zaman Madey dengan wawasan 2020 dan tiba zaman Dollah Badawi macam-macam koridor dibentuk untuk membangunkan ekonomi orang Melayu agar dapat bersaing dengan dunia luar dan tiba zaman Najib…bla…bla…bla.. bala..!

              Saya namakan semua agenda ini sebagai kitaran ekonomi ganas orang politik untuk mencari pengaruh. Keadaan seperti ini akan berterusan sehingga PRU14 di mana sekali lagi UMNO/BN menjadi seperti peminta sedekah kepada rakyat Malaysia agar keluar megundi dan memilih mereka sebagai pemerintah Malaysia sekali lagi. Merayu agar diberi peluang. Ketika itu macam-macam jenis subsidi dan ibu gula ditawarkan…., jong pecah yuu kenyang..!

              Ekonomi negara Malaysia sekarang sedang dlm keadaan nazak tetapi cuba disembunyikan. Itu sebab hutang negara telah bertambah dan diikuti dengan kejatuhan nilai Ringgit Malaysia (RM). Ianya dilihat berpunca daripada kekhuatiran pelabur luar untuk masuk ke negara ini selepas kegagalan BN mendapat sokongan 2/3 majoriti pada PRU -13.

              Pelabur melihat beberapa dasar serta keputusan yang dibuat oleh kerajaan mendapat tentangan dari pembangkang, antaranya kenaikan harga minyak. Tindakan tersebut membuatkan pelabur tidak yakin dengan kekuatan BN terutamanya perkara yang mempunyai kaitan dengan rakyat.

              Faktor utama kejatuhan RM adalah disebabkan ketidakstabilan kerajaan BN yang dilihat pelabur banyak kelemahan. Para pelabur melihat dasar kerajaan mahupun apa juga keputusan yang dibuat oleh kerajaan mendapat tentangan dari pembangkang terutamanya jika melibatkan masalah rakyat….

              Saya berharap anda tidak terlalu banyak sangat mengongkong diri menonton tv dan pelbagaikan jenis bacaan anda untuk mendapat maklumat terkini agar pemikiran tidak buntu dan dangkal..!

    2. Good point! The question is are they being sidelined and alienated or sidelining and alienating themselves into a mini China in Malaysia.

  5. Some ethnic communities feel alienated because … they are actually ALIENS. Let’s be be honest here Mr Gan, it’s not some communities it’s just some Chinese communities,

    When you believe that you are better than the average Malaysians, then you start behaving like you are better than us. You believe that your business skills are better, your ethnic education is better, your (evangelist) religion is better, your language is better, so you are better.

    Hell, some of you actually believe that you finance the whole government operations on your measly tax ringgits. (Yes, measly. Let’s face the truth – unlike the average Malaysians you will find all kind of loopholes to minimise your taxes) Hence, why should you bring yourselves down to the level of the average Malaysian and hell, no one has the right to question your loyalty and patriotism.

    But you know Mr. Gan, when you purposely alienate yourselves from the average Malaysians because you refuse to breathe the same air we breathe, then what is the point of living in this country of averages?

    1. Tax sepatut kena byr RM10k sampai LHDN sudah jadi RM0.5k shj, 2 sets of account. bukan mitos. Lagi mau eksyen kata pembayar cukai. I can say irresponsible tax payer

    1. re: “the work of MCA”

      Not many people are aware that Lim Kit Siang was detained for a period of 1 year 3 months following the May 13 race riots. He was arrested on May 18, 1969.

      MCA’s work previously had been to maintain peace (or in other words, help prevent the outbreak of carnage). Currently, MCA is no longer a solution but has become part of the problem.

      1. Re. Currently, MCA is no longer a solution but has become part of the problem.

        Correction please…MCA is the problem

  6. Suddenly MCA starts to show some balls which don’t have previously. Probably this is good not to vote the eunuch in previous election. Chinese made an excellent decision by voting DAP. Keep it up MCA, don’t be dog and bogeyman to UMNO.

  7. Judging by the reaction of the non-Chinese with regards to the word alienated, the finger pointing game has begun.

    Who is being alienated would very much depend which side you’re on. Muslim or non. The implication of religion comes into the picture in this country because you cannot separate the Malay race from the Islam faith.

    Anyone to totally disregard the faith related aspect of the argument is not being forthright. By virtue of the segregation of the Muslims vs the non-Muslims, there should at least be some kind of acknowledgement it takes two to clap.

    I don’t deny the Chinese too have their ‘niche’ bonding among themselves, borned not out of faith, but practical necessity and survival instincts.

    Since in this blog, most if not all are skeptical about the DAP version of one-ness in the form of Bangsa Malaysia, why keep singling out the non-assimilation of the Chinese? We are not thriving for one-ness, right?

    As for for Gan Ping Sieu’s tweet regarding certain community being ‘alienated’, I don’t see the need to be all indignant and defensive about his claim. Tan Sri Rahim Tamby Chik was unapologetically outright out it….

    Quote: “Pengerusi Gabungan Badan Ekonomi Melayu (GBEM), Tan Sri Rahim Tamby Chik berkata, hal ini juga merupakan pengajaran kepada sebilangan bukan bumiputera yang masih enggan meletakkan kepercayaan terhadap kerajaan seperti yang berlaku pada Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-13.

    ”Ini merupakan hakikat politik yang perlu diterima secara tulus oleh bukan bumiputera, khususnya kaum Cina yang secara jelas tidak menghargai bantuan diberikan kerajaan, mereka tidak layak menilai serta mempersoal agenda ini.”

    http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/Dalam_Negeri/20130916/dn_04/Langkah-berani-pertahan-kredibiliti-bumiputera

    1. If the Chinese who didn’t turn out, the question who is alienating is quite obvious isn’t it ? Is there a point in what you are saying?

      Not turning up for national celebrations but supporting a known mass murderer as a national hero is certainly not a mark of a community living up its “Malaysia First” motto, don’t you think?

      1. Calvin

        Quote: “If the Chinese who didn’t turn out, the question who is alienating is quite obvious isn’t it ? ”

        The answer would be obvious only if you wish to engage in the superficial while disregarding the disfranchisement of various government policies throughout the years. Rahim Tamby Chik blatantly said it out in Utusan payback for not voting BN is not a figment of imagination conjured by the pro-opposition supporters.

        Quote: “Not turning up for national celebrations but supporting a known mass murderer as a national hero is certainly not a mark of a community living up its “Malaysia First” motto, don’t you think?”

        Since you asked, I would have to say I have yet met any CHinese who openly hailed Mr Chin Peng as a national hero, though all of them, including me are of the opinion our Government should uphold the 1989 Haadyai Peace Treaty with Chin Peng in letting his ashes back.

        1. the government policies was formulated way back then cause the level playing field was never fair. and which part of the treaty ever mentioned about letting his ashes back here in Malaysia? care to enlighten?

          1. jentayu

            Quote: “the government policies was formulated way back then cause the level playing field was never fair”

            I am not questioning the NEP. I do agree there is a need to have a more level playing field during our country’s initial development stage with regards to the plight of the bumis. In fact, policies to help the poor from all races get my stamp of approval. The issue is not the program per se, it is the implementation.

            Quote: “which part of the treaty ever mentioned about letting his ashes back here in Malaysia? care to enlighten?”

            I am no lawyer, from a layman’s perspective, I can’t seem to find any explicit mention of Chin Peng’s ashes NOT allowed to return to Malaysian soil either. If you are interested, the gist of the treaty it is on page 2 of this link…

            Click to access Chin%20Peng%20campaign%20factsheet.pdf

            Maybe commenters who are from the legal profession could help out

            Cheers

            1. Hello HH, the right to return to Malaysia or even buried here is NOT a right but a privilege. So stop bitching and complaining. No govt in the world would welcome home a murderous war criminal back home. Not even in an urn. So stop lecturing us on CP’s rights.

              Only Malaysians have the right and he never was one neither he would have pledged loyalty to a Malay King or the Malaysian govt. CP’s struggle was never for the country or communism but for his own race. He was the precursor for today’s DAP.

              1. Calvin

                Appreciate you sharing your 2 cents’ worth, but if you don’t mind, I would much prefer to have feedback from someone with say, a legal background.

                Though ranting may no doubt be therapeutic for you, I, however prefer contributions from somebody who is actually in the know.

                1. HH,

                  It is not a legal question. It’s a political one. The denial of recognition of Chin Peng’s citizenship serves a purpose.

                  We have allowed murderers who committed atrocities in foreign countries back in our land. We never questioned their citizenship.

                  (Don’t know if I qualify as someone from the legal profession as I quit some time ago to teach)

                  1. Conrad

                    Thank you for clarifying.

                    I always welcome positive input and I am no snob. I admit I was being sarcastic to Calvin because of our past exchanges and also his fondness for simply throwing insult out of nowhere.

                    Cheers

                    1. Islam-st

                      Don’t watch too many times dude. Stop fantasizing. God forbid it might actually lead you out of the closet. Brrrrrr

              2. So, can you explain why international terrorists such as Noordin Top and Azahari Hussin were permitted to be repatriated back to Malaysia to be buried?

                Mind you, these people masterminded bombings in Indonesia that killed hundreds of people.

        2. Well Double H, people need their own bogeyman to augment their point of view. Those pro government fellas will call those who have rejected the ruling coalition as traitors and other names not appropriate for publication. Likewise the pro opposition types too will label those who didn’t support them as, well, with names not appropriate for publication.

          If people could look beyond all these staged rhetoric, it all comes down to what ails our country, which is government policies.

          People are not being honest with themselves and those around them when they say certain ethnic group bears responsibility for what’s transpired.

          Granted, no ethnic groups are blameless. But look at the big picture. What have government policies achieved over the last 30 or so years ?

          We started on the same level as South Korea and those with similar attributes 30 or so years ago. Now look at where we stand and South Korea. We are way, way behind. That does tell us something about our government.

          So people began to ask questions, questions like “what’s gone wrong here ?’. Naturally, those who have failed us, our nation, those with special interest will respond by saying “don’t compare us with other countries. If you are not satisfied with the state of affairs, then you can pack your bags and go somewhere else”. So begins our present predicament.

          With media platforms, both mainstream and alternative, under the control of political parties, the chances for our people to find out for themselves what has really happened, within our country and the outside world is rather slim. With both sides being fed with stuff they believe to be real, the divide widens. Both sides now circle one another, thinking the other side is plotting something against them, suspicion becomes a necessity. When that happens, survival is the objective of the game.

            1. Survivor,

              Good question. Shall we follow Korean way or Singaporean way. start with one school concept.

            2. HH WHY LA THE CONFUSION?

              CP was never a Malaysian in the first place, so why do we need the ashes for again?

              ‘The implication of religion comes into the picture in this country because you cannot separate the Malay race from the Islam faith.’

              Ah masa nak jadi warganegara dulu kau tak sibuk2 nak baca Perlembagaan Persekutuan. Kau terima saja bulat-bulat?!

              But now is never too late. There sempadan is wide open. You can always leave if you are not happy. I just wanted you to know you have absolute right to leave. No one is stopping you, you must know this.

              Otherwise, if you can’t or won’t, just live with it! We, have to share living with you guys, and we did live with it! If you are so not happy, why don’t you have the honor of being the first person to angkat kaki? Be my guess! Or stop bitching about it already!

              BTW, why la wants to slander God, HH got answer or not?

              1. Islam1st

                Quote: “CP was never a Malaysian in the first place, so why do we need the ashes for again?”

                This is besides the issue. Like I said to Shamsul Anuar on this thread, it is just my personal conviction our Govt should uphold their end of the bargain if they chose to make a pact with Chin Peng. A promise is a promise.

                Quote:”Otherwise, if you can’t or won’t, just live with it! We, have to share living with you guys, and we did live with it! If you are so not happy, why don’t you have the honor of being the first person to angkat kaki?”

                Yawn.

                Quote: “BTW, why la wants to slander God, HH got answer or not?”

                I am accountable to my God and you are to yours. Slander (as in your Brokeback insinuation) is prohibited in your faith so you should walk the talk and be accountable. Why the confusion?

        3. Well, you have not met anyone who hailed CP as a hero since you could be living in a cave. Just read the pro-PR websites and newsportals to get to know these folks.

          The Chinese have accepted the social contract and other policies before and able to prosper despite all these “unfair” policies. This is goes to show that the policies have not hindred the Chinese in any way. So these claims are pure BS.

          The so-called “disfranchisement” of the community is not about being discriminated against, since the Chinese here have the most cultural and religious rights in the world outside Chinese-majority countries. And they are the economically most successful in Malaysia among all.

          This is about wanting to have it all – cultural, religious, social, economical and now political. They no longer believe in kongsi concept – now they believe in “Jom Sapu Semua” concept !

          1. ‘And they are the economically most successful in Malaysia among all.’

            And yet they bitch and bitch and bitch about being second class!

            ‘What kind of people are they?’

          2. Calvin

            Quote: “Well, you have not met anyone who hailed CP as a hero since you could be living in a cave. Just read the pro-PR websites and newsportals to get to know these folks.”

            In my defense, I don’t visit pro-PR blogs and I wouldn’t call those peeps ‘my friends.’ You brought Chin Peng issue up and I merely reply to you within my own context.

            Quote: “The Chinese have accepted the social contract and other policies before and able to prosper despite all these “unfair” policies. This is goes to show that the policies have not hindred the Chinese in any way. So these claims are pure BS.”

            IMHO, the Chinese rising above the hurdle of unfair practices is little consolation to them, knowing the reality on the ground there will always be more hurdles laid before them ahead, not only by the increasingly competitive world economy, but by governmental policies at home as well.

            The wealth disparity between the middle-class Chinese and Malays are now closing in. Now, don’t get me wrong. It is NOT a bad thing. It is good for the race eco-system as long as the Chinese are NOT depicted as rich villains in somebody’s class warfare strategy. The Forbes’ rich list is not reflective of the Chinese middle-class community, as much as Ananda and Tony not the face of Malaysian Indians on the whole.

            Quote: “This is about wanting to have it all – cultural, religious, social, economical and now political. They no longer believe in kongsi concept – now they believe in “Jom Sapu Semua” concept !”

            I don’t know about this. To be dead honest, I do not believe the Chinese are under any illusion they can rule. It is education and economy that matter most to them.

            Cheers

        4. HH,

          It is quite simple actually.

          “Nak masuk rumah orang kena bagi salam dulu. Bukan redah saja’. Meaning a person must get a permission to enter someone’s else property. And if the “lord of the house” says no to your request, well that just does it.

          Chin Peng was not a Malaysian. His crime was real. And Najib rightly decided that his government will not accept Chin Peng’s remain, ashes to this land.

          And that is a wise decision. No point for Najib to create another problem that was not there in the first place. He at least remembers how crucial Malay votes are.

          If he wants to see how Malays will abandon UMNO the way Chinese lost hope on MCA (or more importantly UMNO), then Najib just needs to allow Chin Peng’s remain .

          After all allowing Chin Peng’s remain will still not earn any chinese votes for Najib.

          So why worry about “maklhuk tak guna yang bernama Chin peng ni’.

          1. Shamshul Anuar

            Wrt Chin Peng returning home, I do admit it is not a stand I have strong convictions for. Someone up the thread asked and I nonchalantly shared my personal thoughts that Chin Peng’s ashes ought to be allowed home.

            While I understand Chin Peng’s return (DOA) is still a touchy subject to many Malaysians, I felt somewhat uncomfortable how our Government can sign the treaty with Chin Peng and not keep up the end of their bargain.

            I mean if our Government was truly concerned about the implication of Chin Peng’s return, they (our government) should outright specify Chin Peng’s return is off the table before the treaty is signed. Just saying. :)

            1. HH can read Malay or not, just checking, you know how some the so called Malaysian Firsters are…anyway try and understand this

              ‘Tidak timbul soal kerajaan langgar Perjanjian Haytai 1989 tidak beri taraf kewarganegaraan kepada mendiang Chin Peng yang meninggal dunia di Bangkok Isnin lalu.Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak kata sebaliknya bekas Setiausaha Agung Parti Komunis Malaya itu sendiri yang tidak penuhi persetujuan dibawah perjanjian itu bila tidak memohon jadi warganegara dalam tempoh setahun.’

              http://agendadaily.com/Muka-Hadapan/chin-peng-meninggal-dunia-di-bangkok.html

              And this.

              ‘Chin Peng bukan warganegara Malaysia dan tiada sebab kenapa jasadnya perlu dibawa pulang, kata Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.

              “Beliau tidak pernah dapat taraf kerakyatan apabila beliau menyertai Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM),” kata Khalid kepada The Star Online ketika dihubungi bagi mengulas mengenai kematian Chin Peng’

              http://mstar.com.my/berita/cerita.asp?file=/2013/9/16/mstar_berita/20130916174156&sec=mstar_berita

              But if you and those Komunis lovers tak puas hati, you guys can do this…

              ‘Pihak-pihak yang tidak berpuas hati dengan penegasan kerajaan menghalang jasad bekas Setiausaha Agung Parti Komunis Malaya (PKM), Chin Peng disemadikan di negara ini boleh mencabar keputusan tersebut di mahkamah.’

              http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/Dalam_Negeri/20130920/dn_01/Tidak-puas-hati-cabar-di-mahkamah

              Obviously it seems that some lecturer here also buta sejarah!

            2. HH

              MCA also should specified back in 1948 that Chin Peng is ‘national hero’ ,bukan sekarang la bro…why suddenly CP jadi ‘hero’ …follow DAP ka?

              DSAI tak pernah cakap Chin Peng hero masa dalam UMNO ..why?

              Kenapa sekitar tahun 1966 semasa menyertai DAP , LKS tak pernah sebut Chin Peng adalah ‘hero’ .

  8. aiyah Mr. Gan.. at least got lukewarm participation, your party lehh, got flatlined at the GE la. No need to go rocket scientist on us querying about root cause, you oso cannot answer why your party cannot deliver. Hahahaha… no need to be a twidiots ok!

  9. Helen, I am quite confused about GPS’ outburst and statements of some MCA leaders post-GE.

    You see, in the GE the Chinese community completely rejected the BN & MCA (around 88% nationally and more than 95% in urban areas). They (apparently) have completely embraced DAP’s Bangsa Malaysia concept where ethnicity doesn’t matter. They think race-based politics and parties are so passe and as hip and happening as T-Rex. The MCA reps were wiped off and those who barely survived had to thank to Malay and Indian voters for saving their butts.

    So did MCA get this message loud and clear? It seems to me that this didn’t get through their thick skulls. Why are they keep issuing statements that seems to defend the community or speak for the Chinese? Who gave them the right or appointed them to speak on the behalf of the Chinese? Didn’t’ the Chinese reject them, their policies and their ethnic based representation? Didn’t the Chinese feel they are “Malaysian First”?

    Because MCA is doing all the talking, this allows DAP to sit back and hide behind them. By letting MCA carry the **** bucket and while keeping their own hands clean and their “Malaysian First” motto flying high.

    If MCA is smart, they should keep their mouth shut on issues pertaining the Chinese since the Chinese themselves claimed to be “Malaysian First” and force DAP come out of their closet and fight for them or let the Chinese issues/interests left unrepresented. They should let the issue unrepresented even if DAP doesn’t speak out so to give the Chinese community a taste of their own medicine. Because this is what they voted for and this is what they should get. The Chinese cannot have their cake and eat it too while making others to pay for it.

    While I don’t suggest MCA turn into a DAP-clone, they should let the Chinese feel what would happen to their interests when there is no ethnic-based representation. They had been enjoying the ride on MCA’s back while paying their dues to DAP. MCA should say “No More Free Ride”.

      1. Saya juga setuju!….Tapi, bukan ke MCA ini ‘kuli’ kepada DAP? kerja ‘kuli’ tentunya membuat semua kerja-kerja ‘kotor’ dan bossnya (DAP) boleh duduk relax sehingga PRU!$…

        walaupun kita sudah tau bahawa MCA sudah tidak relevan selepas PRU13 saya melihat MCA dan DAP mempunyai konspirasi yang jelas menuju PRU14. antara yang boleh saya fahami ialah:

        1. MCA sudah kira pupus dengan reputasi serta imej buruk. Imej buruk ini biar melekat pada BN dan MCA bebas melakukan setiap kieburukan sehingga mampu menjejaskan BN. Sebab itulah MCA tidak akan isytihar keluar BN manakala jika BN memecat MCA, itu akan menjadi modal untuk menuduh BN khususnya UMNO itu ‘RASIS’!

        2. DAP pula hanya perlu duduk diam-diam… mereka pastinya berusaha memperbanyakkan propaganda untuk meningkatkan imej sehingga GE14. Mereka sudah peroleh hampir 100% sokongan kaum cina. Mereka hanya perlu berusaha lebih untuk memenangi hati kaum lain sebab matlamat mereka hanya menumbangkan BN/UMNO dan mempastikan ‘Malaysian (Chinese) Malaysia’ di dahulukan

        saya percaya apa jua yang terbit dari MCA selepas PRU13, matlamatnya hanya satu iaitu menjatuhkan imej BN…..

        1. re: “jika BN memecat MCA, itu akan menjadi modal untuk menuduh BN khususnya UMNO itu ‘RASIS’!”

          Biar MCA ditinggal gantung tak bertali.

        2. I agree, it looks like DAP has outsourced Chinese ethnic concerns to MCA so they can continue with the charade of being a “multi-racial” party.

  10. Suggestion.
    It is not to cost effective to have DAP MCA and PKM as three parties.
    Let them merge and become

    MDCCA Malaysian Democratic Communist Chinese Association.

    The party is so big that they don’t need UMNO or PAS.

    1. The logo would be 5 small MCA stars and a rocket flying to the stars.
      At least the Chinese are more superior. Last time they only aspire to go to the moon, now they can rocket to the Stars.

      Old Chinese like me are too old to participate in MDCCA. We are just sitting in the old folks home and waiting to die.

  11. With party elections just around the corner, this GPS guy must show his manliness, his manhood. What better way than to take pot shots at Adnan Yaakob.

    But this is not going to work for GPS. Why not ?

    Come on. Who do you think this GPS is ? Or rather, Who does GPS thinks he is ? The big guns in the MCA are going to take him to school in the party elections.

    Politics is dirty business. This GPS fella thinks he’s smart by taking pot shots are certain people.

    Well, he’s going to find out in the MCA’s upcoming party elections that he’s a nobody. Period. And after he fails to get anything from his party’s elections, hopefully, he will stay quiet and not to make a fool of himself again.

    But chances are, this guy will continue to annoy more people with or without any posts in the MCA. Some people just have a very high opinion of themselves. This GPS is one such persons.

    What’s GPS again ? Global Positioning System. He’s positioning himself for something here.

    1. Msleepyhead,

      Precisely. No one in right mind would want to compare MCA with UMNO. The former is dying. Had not for Malay support, MCA is in museum by now.

      The latter’s position among Malay is unchallenged.

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