To the Dapsters, everything is Umno’s fault. To the evangelistas, everything is Dr Mahathir’s fault. When is anything ever the Chinese’s fault, you wonder?
The J-Star two days ago reported that an assistant principal of a secondary school is being investigated on the charge of telling some students to “balik India, China”.
The usual and wholly expected public uproar greeted the publication of the news. The teacher was immediately faulted for her remark.
Those indignant Chinese blaming the teacher did not care to delve into what had been the provocation, which was that the Bangsa Malaysia Malaysian First students of Petaling Jaya allegedly refused to sing the national anthem during their school weekly assembly.
(a) It is not difficult to imagine the attitude of those youngsters who are boycotting Negaraku.
(b) It is just as easy to guess where the rebellious teenagers got their attitude from.
(c) And it is no less easy to see the arrogance that goes with such an attitude.
(d) And you must be prepared for the possibility that this attitude will acquire absolute power in our country.
MCA vice president Gan Ping Sieu has tweeted the dissatisfaction of the Chinese who hate Umno. The dissatisfactions highlighted by Gan are:
- “MCA has no role in BN”
- “Umno [don’t] give a damn to MCA”
- “treated like shit by Umno”
- handling of the Chin Peng issue
- handling of the SK Seri Pristana issue (“toilet headmaster”)
- handling of the planned MRT line running through Chinatown
- Allah, and handling of all other race and religion issues
Let’s examine some of the complaints.
(1) “Chinese hate Umno” — see Gan Ping Sieu’s tweet
Between the three Pakatan parties, the DAP has the most seats and therefore the Chinese perceive that the DAP has the biggest say in the opposition Faustian pact.
The MCA, on the other hand, has zero ability to win a single Chinese-majority seat and near zilch capacity to deliver Chinese votes to the BN. So how does MCA expect Umno to treat them, especially when the Gunting dalam Lipatan media owned by the Chinese party is perpetually undermining Umno and campaigning for the opposition.
(2) “Umno don’t give a damn to MCA”
Well, the MCA didn’t give a damn either to its own efforts for the GE13.
Not only were MCA’s campaign workers absent from the ground, the MCA party leaders themselves sabotaged the BN candidates during the polls. Among them, Datuk Liew Yuen Keong who is the Serdang division chief and his deputy Datuk Ho Hee Lee both had their membership suspended by the MCA disciplinary committee.
Serdang is the Parliamentary seat captured by DAP evangelista Ong Kian Ming.
(3) “Treated like shit by Umno“
Click on the image above to view the video clip. It records Wong Tack, the DAP GE13 candidate for the Bentong Parliamentary constituency, confronting DBKL enforcement officers.
Please watch the tape (via the linked Facebook page) and see who is being the aggressor and treating other races like shit.
(4) Chin Peng and race-religion issues
Gan Ping Sieu tweets that it is “irresponsible and malicious” to say that Chin Peng is a race issue. He similarly tweeted that it is a “dumb argument” for Perkasa to react to Chin Peng as if it were a Malay issue.
How can it not be a race issue when the communists were all Chinese with only a sprinkling of Malays (like the Malay tokenism in the DAP today)? And how can it not be a race issue when the Chinese are presently negligible in the security forces?
And how can the issue not take on a racial tone when the Dapsters are adamant on spinning it in the same way like how they can spin Bak Kut Teh into an organic vegetarian dish, and May 13 as NOT being a race riot?
Furthermore, if Gan Ping Sieu wishes to raise the “irresponsible” factor, can we ask if the Chinese – particularly Gan’s Scissorati friends in The J-Star – have behaved responsibly in the way they have been spinning in their Chin Peng coverage with his death given Page 1 treatment in contrast to Page 18 for their story on the Selangor Sultan calling the late communist leader an enemy of the state.
I am gobsmacked that the Evangelista Bintang Lima have the temerity to portray themselves as the victims in this matter.
The Nut Graph editor Jacqueline Ann Surin in her article ‘BN-style resolution to Allah issue‘ had written with regard to Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department in charge of Islam:
“Hence, Jamil Khir [Baharom’]s proposal for an interfaith dialogue is either a half-baked public relations exercise to demonstrate that the Malaysian government is fair to all, or, Allah help us all, the minister doesn’t know what he’s talking about.”
Jacqueline Ann Surin also wrote in the same article:
“And so, what was even more troubling about the home minister [then Hishamuddin Hussein] was his description of the suburban terrorism happening in modern-day Malaysia. […]
“There is also no doubt that the church’s right to use ‘Allah’ is being attacked by the same government that claims it wants dialogue.”
In a separate article on the same theme, she wrote:
“The ‘Allah’ issue would not have spiraled into, to quote a friend, suburban terrorism — and it is terrorism when violence and intimidation are used towards achieving one’s goals — if the Home Ministry had not acted to deny the rights of non-Muslim citizens in the first place.”
Jacqueline then came to the conclusion that the “BN-sponsored fascism” is “no different from the Nazi state”, and urged her readers to make no mistake that it is surely the BN government that started the Allah issue,
What is most interestingly Orwellian to have come out of Jacqueline Ann Surin’s tirade is the graphics below published in her portal The Nut Graph:
The Nut Graph, Ms Surin and their evangelistas find it a tall order to believe Umno’s disavowal of responsibility for the violence (church arson, firebombing) that took place following the High Court verdict on the Herald-Allah case.
Refer The Nut Graph graphics above:
- It’s not Umno’s fault — “Ya, right!”
- It’s not Umno’s fault — “Who are you trying to fool?!”
- It’s not Umno’s fault — “Oh, really?!”
- It’s not Umno’s fault — “Gimme a break!”
TNG‘s responses are typical Scissorati.
For them, it’s never the Chinese’s fault in anything. Not even responsibility for the Chinese tsunami votes. Recommended read, Oik on ‘Crocodile Tears‘.
I am in agreement that it is Umno’s fault.
How can we not expect the current situation to be what it is when the paling tidak apa parti Umno insists on rewarding the in-your-face aggression of the Scissorati with its Youth Chief appointing ex-Jerusubang Star and ex-Malaysiakini reporter as his press secretary?
69 thoughts on “Will the Chinese ever be willing to accept any part of the blame?”
“Will the Chinese ever be willing to accept any part of the blame?”
.. of course not! In Malaysia, they are the “chosen ones”. Free from error and blame. All whiter than white!
They “abhor” corruption and yet they are the biggest givers. They shouted the loudest that they are Malaysian First and yet their behaviour are hardcore racists.
Recently I was conned by a Chinese company selling China made products. Luckily the value is small this time round. This is not the first, neither will it be the last (what to do Cina is in control of the economy). The previous ones were in the region of RM12-30k. I couldn’t be bothered to take any action coz I’m sure karma will do its job. After all “kalau tak menipu tu bukan Cina namanya..”. Deal with Cina at your own risk!
Even their youngsters now look like gangsters. Can’t speak Bahasa Malaysia nor English well. If you want to talk to them you have to lower your standard (oops I forgot.. they are high class society! Sorry..) Sometimes I wonder are they Malaysians in the first place? Maybe China mali .. imported as pengundi hantu.
they shouted 2nd class citizen, yet they’re the king in Malaysia.
No way they should take the blamed ,if they don’t want to sing Negaraku that their choice ,no body can force on them ,because they are privilege citizen ,only Malay had to sing to show that they love this country .
In Malaysia if you are in politic of opposition you don’t have to sings Negaraku .
One thing that I find it rather hard to accept is in the Bangsa Malaysialand, you can’t even use the term Chinese Tsunami without being accused of racism. How on the earth can you deny it and call the word racist when 88% Chinese rejected BN ?
When I argue with our resident Dapsters, at the point they run of logical points to debate (which is usually less than 5 mins into the debate), they veer off (like our buddy Conrad here) and list a thousand of things why the Chinese did not vote BN. Even when I tell them that “what” is more important than “why”, these dapsters will go on and on.
There were a few pictures floating around with Najib’s photo at a Chinese prayer altar, you should put it too. The society that made confuciousm its moral compass, seems to have replaced that with one inspired by Genghis Khan & Mao.
The Chinese behave very similar to the Jews…. they are a high class people who can do no wrong. Very soon they take over your land just like what the Jews did in Palestine…
AND…whatever they do even though heinous and horrendous are all right as it is within their rights……Melayus should by now organize their own Intifadas……
Ramai melayu masih lena.
Well, modus operandi mereka memang meniru zionis.. halakan semua kesalahan kpd palestin walaupun mereka yg mengebom dan membunuh palestin.
we cannot be together (not much cultural needs) so any group can become kick ass monster…. come from the majority or minority, It depend where you from…. you can kiss my ass if you feel i am with anybody then my need.
Its a culture fight disguised as human right.
Semuanya salah org lain. Tipu ayam kg celup dye kuning pun salah org lain ke? Gila betul lar.
Yang depa kira semua subsidi fuel depa mau, tapi tax tak mau bayar.
Cuba teka puak mana yg byk terlibat dlm black economy ni? Parasit betul.
“JOHOR BARU: The Government will be taking various measures to reduce the country’s uncollected taxes known as the “black economy” from the current 30% to 15% by 2020.
Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan said the black economy was essentially the portion of a nation’s taxes that remained undeclared due to illegal activities or tax avoidance.
“Most developed countries record about 15% of loss in income due to the black economy.
“We currently stand at 30% and we hope to reduce this percentage with the introduction of the goods and services tax and easier methods for tax payment such as the e-filing,” he told reporters after conducting an official visit to the state Customs Department headquarters yesterday.
Ahmad said that it was difficult to determine exactly how much the country had lost due to uncollected taxes but the figure should run into the billions.”
Aha.. my son n housemates just brought up this issue.. problems wth their Apek landlord who refused to issue them rental receipts for the last 2yrs whenever he collected cash. He rents out few apartments in Seky 17 and easily collects RM9K / mth.
Very cunning, alternate month he wld pop in for a visit and request for cash (normally via e-banking – which is safer for them ade transaction records).
Most of the properties including commercial buildings belong to them…I can bet majority don’t declare!
HA, yg ni pun salah org lain juga
Penang’s juvenile crime rate up 26 per cent –
Ini mesti angkara UMNO/BN…semua salah UMNO, konspirasi BN. LOL.
Ms H. Let me relate the facts in history. In 1962, the brilliant Lee Kuan Yew with his 10 failed Policies for Singapore was at wits end how to defeat the Communists in his PAP. The Tunku despatched my relative the most senior Chinese Adviser, Tan Sri C.C. Too, a world expert on Communist insurgency to Singapore. He was in close conference with LKY and George Bogaars, the Police Commissioner for 2 solid days. The end result was the Operation Cold Store which locked up all the Communists. And LKY assumed absolute power to this day.
Now we read every day that the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP makes a lot of noise by actions and by deeds that they hail Uncle Chin. If we remember correctly, the DAP has as its spiritual leader, LKY and Singapore its spiritual homeland. And its colour is suppose to be BLUE due to LKY’s Washington links. Is this sort of behaviour is alleged to be known as troublemaking or make hay while the sun shines.
Casual (yet true) observation:
You seem to have a problem with any Chinese female (sorry DAP evangelista three star five star J-star pig) who’s better-looking than you. Which, at last count, is most of them.
To people with bitter little psychoses, I always suggest a hearty dose of self-knowledge and personal reflection.
These links may be of assistance to you:
You are most welcome, and good luck.
Aww, shucks, some asylum just lost its tintglo.
Mine is mine and yours is mine too
Everybody fault but me
Follow me and together we go to heaven
When speak to me behave but I can ^*&&** to you
Third class citizens but controls every espect of economy…
The list will go on and on and on how we must never blame them but then they can blame you. Hmmmm
To the UMNO Malay! everything is Chinese fault. Balik china, Balik indialah!
Malaysian’s observation is sadly quite true. Everything nowadays seems to be ‘just blame everyone else’. As a result issues are not really dissected and discussed to enable appropriate solutions because everything becomes a racial issue.
I think its normal when one race consider itself superior, it can do no wrong, especially when they are other race on which they can blame for the ill stuff. With Singapore as role model, the Malaysian Chienese think they can make Malaysia into China Peninsular with warp travel capabilities ONLY IF the Malays did not exist to thwart their obscure promised land.
Good morning Helen. If you are looking for some comic relief and inspiration at the same time, grap the Star and look for Dr OKM aka Spin Master’s column.
He says no election is without problem. Hello, they cannot even manage a few hundred candidates yet they can demand the moon and the sky from the EC.
What an irony! Hard to believe that this is the same guy who headed MERAP, lectured and attacked the EC mercilessly. Now singing a very different song.
DAP CEC salah pasal itu Bill Gates bodoh program Excel salah. Jugak pasal ROS itu rasis.
The Malays should never… I repeat NEVER again trust the Chinese. What happened the 13th GE result show everything….If the chinese really wanted to again working with the Malays in this country… they really have to show respect to the Malays… and looking at the situation right now…with the DAP are instilling hatred among the chinese to the Government and the Malays…I dont think this will happened. Further more…the action of certain Malay like DSAI, and some PAS leaders, will further enhance the non-Malays especially the chinese…. to show their real colors…..trust me…It really show the color of the chinese in the country….
Good Advice. But try telling that to some UMNO moronic leaders who insist on over emphasizing the importance of Chinese votes..
Cukup2lah kaum china. Kami sebenarnya sudah muak dgn kesombongan dan keangkuhan kamu. Kamu adalah orang yang tidak tahu bersyukur kerana kamu rasa apa yang kamu dapati atau capai adalah dafi diri kamu sendiri. Kami hanya berdiam diri dan melihat sejauh mana kesombongan anda pergi.
Cukup-cukup tak cukup Nora. Kita perlu halau Cina keluar dari Malaysia. Tidak ada sebab kenapa Cina diberi kerakyatan di Tanah Melayu. Semua ini Tunku yang buat tetapi tidak disetujui oleh orang Melayu. Tunku yang memujuk orang Melayu menerima Cina dan India sedangkan mereka tak menharapkan sebab mereka tahu ini bukan negeri mereka.
I just love it when this kind on Chinese/DAP/Evangelista bashing post comes on and the therapy session goes into full swing with participants unabashedly sharing their personal Chinese-did-me-wrong testimonials. On a positive note, hope closure comes eventually.
On the issue of the ‘Balik China/India’ shouting Assistant principal, certain supporters are justifying her outburst by pointing fingers at those biadap students who refused to, the very least, just lip-synched their National Anthem.
The outburst itself is not the issue. It’s the rare glimpse into the AP’s state of thinking, the moment of truth when she uttered what she did. We don’t shout words of deceit in our anger, we speak the pent-up truth.
If we are truly honest with ourselves, we would acknowledge the reason why some don’t see the outburst as anything, simpy because many subscribed to her kind of logic. If you are unpatriotic, that meant supporting DAP by the way, and reject assimilation, you should leave.
Our Defense Minister Zahid’s outburst telling those who don’t like our electoral system to emigrate had drew thunderous applause from the ultras, won him new supporters and zero reprimandation from our government. If we are really serious about getting to the core of these neverending blame games, I say let’s start from the issue of accountability. From the top down.
No point going on about the assistant principal when people at the very top are getting away with all these nonsense with a friendly pat on the back, hailed race champion.
Edit to correct:
Meant to say Zahid, our Home Minister…..
‘Our Defense Minister Zahid’s outburst telling those who don’t like our electoral system to emigrate had drew thunderous applause from the ultras, won him new supporters…’
50 years on and still behaving like a pendatangs, what would you suggest?
saya malu sikap orang china buta sejarah. mereka ingat bila bayar cukai mereka inginkan segala-galanya. tak pernah bersyukur.
mereka pandang orang melayu ini adalah kaum bangsat dan bangsa pengemis. Bagaimana kaum minoriti mintak hak saksama bila mereka sendiri tidak mahu berkongsi bahasa, sekolah, dan ekonomi di tanah milik orang majoriti.
jika mereka pergi ke Amerika mana mungkin mereka dapat sekolah kebangsaan, tulisan bahasa china di papan perniagaan, suratkhabar cina, tv china, radio china, kg.china, bandar china, cuti hari raya china. iklan pekerjaan hanya untuk orang, parti china, kedai china, china Malaysia adalah bangsa paling rasis di dunia.
Ingin memiliki hak yang rakyat majoriti miliki tetapi tidak mahu hidup dan berasilimisasi dengan rakyat majoriti.
Melayu memang bodoh dan tak sedar diri
“Re : It is just as easy to guess where the rebellious teenagers got their attitude from”
hi helen. i think both sides have a fair share of blame. PR is responsible for shaping the rebellious attitude of teenagers today. everything must rebel and no respect is exercised at all. it’s so confusing when we compare the level of professionalism of opposition in USA where we all know suffers from moral decadency but yet respect their adversaries. there’s a malay proverb that accurately sum this scenario : ‘kalau guru kencing berdiri, anak murid akan kencing berlari’. it’s not hard to see the outcome nowadays and you see this popping out nearly everyday, thanks to the internet by the way.
BN on the other hand exercise of giving face and spoils teenagers. one of the most common mistake i can point out is minimising the power only for HEM teacher to cane student/pupil that do wrong. watch anakku sazali and you will know the moral of the story when you dont discipline your offspring from an early age. once again, the malay proverb ‘sayangkan anak, tangan-tangankan’ proves right. hence, now we get the byproduct of spoilt + rebel teenager as our future leaders which is a perfect recipe for disaster. just pray to god and save us all in the future…
re: “byproduct of spoilt + rebel teenager as our future leaders”
Among the current crop of DAP Aduns are those only in their 20s.
C’mon you guys, let’s not talk as if those from the establishment side are the epitome of staunch pillars of morality.
Remember the Chippendale ass baring attempt in front of Ambiga’s house?
The minister with 4 mil in his suitcase caught in Australia but was never punished back home? Of course the person in question had now left for the opposing side. That just show how we are recycling ‘role models’ between the 2 opposing sides.
So, in the first place, no one ought to be taking moral lessons from politicians nor political parties. Let’s agree they are not exactly role models we want our young to emulate.
re: “Let’s agree they are not exactly role models we want our young to emulate.”
Unfortunately the DAP followers do indeed want their children to emulate the evangelista political icons.
Fortunately for us, the Umno followers do not indicate such aspirations.
about that chippendale, i guess they get the inspiration from the baring episode when nizar-led-by-nga n ngeh behind the scene Perak state government falls. so funny la you dont quote the origin of this unique exercise. why ha?
you might live in a la-la land where politics does not exist and influence but then again, this is reality. party politics needs followers. and followers will bring not only the agenda of that party but also the stance, outlook and behavior of its leader and subsequently, influence the mass.
Since when Nizar ever lost his good sense and resort to such childish butt display antics? Seriously, this stupid act really takes the cake in the battle of low.
I of course know sycophantic honchos are everywhere ready to sell their soul to the highest bidder. Hence my conclusion the political arena is not the right place for anyone to seek their role models.
It just dawned on me you have no idea what I was talking about.
aiyoo why you so slow one meh? where did i mention anywhere that nizar was the subject that do the baring thing? better try this instead:
and as for good sense and manly display of nizar, try this:
ewah 3X cak, cak cak lempong!
I said “Remember the Chippendale ass baring attempt in front of Ambiga’s house?”
And you replied , ” i guess they (the booty dancers) get the inspiration from the baring episode when nizar-led-by-nga n ngeh behind the scene Perak state government falls. so funny la you dont quote the origin of this unique exercise. why ha?”
Obviously you and I are not talking about the same word ‘baring’. Nuff said.
The Perak parliament fiasco is the origin of some unique booty exercise performed by a bunch of ex-military men to humiliate a lady?
No need to spin.
HH, I don’t think so-called “those who tend to favour the establishment” don’t attempt to ride the moral high horse and indulge in pontification.
That act in front of Ambiga was rude and uncalled for and I personally disagree with such crude display of anger. However, Ambiga spun the whole protest as Muslims bullying an Indian woman and turned the burger incident into a racial matter. While those protested can’t exactly be considered as educated segment of the society, the manner Ambiga manipulated the issue into a race and religious matter is much worse and more damaging than those crude attempts.
As for ex-MB, he never committed the offence in Malaysia so under what law or offence do you want his convincted for? In any case he was effectively lost his credibility and position after that incident.
However, such incidents did not stop the PR to welcome him with open arms. Dapster profess to hate corruption but apply that high standards to those in the opposition camp.
As for ex-MB case, I’ve always felt that the Ozzie’s immigration received a ‘tip’ from some one high in the Msian government that he was carrying hugh amount of cash in his bag.
I won’t be surprised that the ‘Deep Throat’ in the Msian govt was none other that demented leader of PKR who wanted to finish off all his close rivals when he was in UMNO.
Calvin & Setem
I do think the burger stand was a planned racially motivated act of provocation knowing full well Ambiga is an Indian and the cow being a sacred animal to the Indians. Like you said, either side can neither claim the moral high ground.
As for the ex-MB, though no crime was reported at home, a public servant (albeit a higher ranking one) caught carrying 4 million in cash elicited no more than a shrug from our authorities is outrageous. Public servant with 4 million, I say a comprehensive probe by the MACC into the source of the money is more than justified.
Yep, the ex-MB is now in the arms of the morally correct PAS. WTH.
That is a reason I don’t align myself with any politica party by default. If they want my vote, work it.
…as for ex MB….
If you are talking about Nizar, how about charging him for “slandering”. Remember he lied about Japan paying war indemnity to the mind boggling figure of RM207 billion during the tenure of Dr Mahathir as P<M.
Tokyo already said the statement is beyond their knowledge. Meaning that Nizar lied.
I just hope a calamity will happen to destroy all of us since we cannot even live peacefully amongst each other….! Then as well let the planet to other living things…
Did you just come back from Disneyland?
eh johnphoon, i hv no issues living with them (been doing so for the last 59 yrs) but they sure seem to have lots of issues existing alongside us melayus (lately, that is)… whatever we say or do semua tak betul in their eyes… i am actually sick to the core of my being.. tapi being the ‘baik’ melayu that i am (like the rest of my brethren i assure you) .. i still hv faith that we can live together in harmony..
One thing I like living in my neighborhood in the US is that I don’t have to see mata sepet kids running around anymore. Instead I often see blonde blue-eyed kids running around and playing in the park in front of my house. Back in Malaysia, my Cinabeng hairdressers often said that my hair was dry and needed treatment. In the US, my White hairdresser says my hair is in good condition and doesn’t require any treatment. I will make Malaysia as my home again once these Cinabengs (if not all but the majority) have left the country for good.
Which is why MCA should not accept any govt positions, which they don’t deserve.
In the absence of the Malay parties in PR, I doubt the Chinese would be so gung-ho in their support for PR, especially DAP.
Many of these Chinese Malaysians still do not realise what PR did to them. The difference between BN & PR is one is candid about their intentions, the other is sneaky. Personally, I prefer those who are upfront, at least they are honest.
The Lynas issue is a classic case. Although I’m against Lynas, but the way it was used by this Wong Tack person is simply immoral.
Those “Balik China, India” incidents in schools says a lot about the quality of people in a profession once held in high esteem. I suppose telling other races to balik is so common nowadays that it has become the norm.
re: “Those “Balik China, India” incidents in schools says a lot about the quality of people in a profession once held in high esteem. I suppose telling other races to balik is so common nowadays that it has become the norm.”
It takes two hands to clap. Why did the students allegedly refuse to sing the national anthem?
But most of us already know why…
Regardless of the reasons, it does not justify racial insults. Well, students are known to do much worse things in school. Adults in general should be mindful of their own conduct & speech to set a good example to the young.
I recall a time when educators used to discipline students with other more effective methods.
People in positions of power should not abuse it.
Are we blaming DAP for rebellious teenagers? While at it, might as well throw in the rempits.
My take on the state of youth nowadays.
The blame is squarely on us, the previous generation. If we are not from previous generation, then be careful on what we do today so that next generation after us will not become worst.
While the video below largely related to Islam, I am in the opinion that it is relevant to secular subject.
Look at how our people dis-agreeing among each other. Is it the truth that people seek, or it is more about “dominating” others? [YouTube]
I’m attributing it to adults in general, parents, politicians, including the teachers in cases like these. Political parties too.
And yes. DAP as well, while we’re at it. They did a fine job with the adults. And their kids too. They are so popular that school kids know who Hannah Yeoh is. Adults & kids alike are radicalised. During the last GE, Hannah even showed & mocked the MCA karaoke video in their ceramah. The list goes on….
We often like to think that kids are buffered from the real world. They are not. The adults’ conduct & speech, have a greater influence on them than we think.
Like one reader ‘nims’ said: “From the mouth of babes come … their parents’ words”.
Quote: “The adults’ conduct & speech, have a greater influence on them than we think.”
You’ve said it. But of course your partiality does not permit you to pass up the opportunity to find the opposition especially culpable.
Quote: “We often like to think that kids are buffered from the real world”
You got that right. We can tell our kids fairy tales about our country and its racial harmony, but heck, the truth gets in the way.
re: “We can tell our kids fairy tales about our country and its racial harmony”
It is the DAP evangelistas who tell fairy tales about Malaysian racial harmony. They even illustrate their fables with pretty pictures.
No. The DAP may have taken the baton and continue the harmony myth. But they were certainly not the ones that first try to sell the muhibbah tale to the masses.
Remember the RTM dramas in the late 70s with those mandatory 3-min Chinese and Indian appearances to signify we live peacefully together? But of course when Sudirman and Noor came out wearing some Chinese opera garb it was deemed gone too far and had to be censored.
Notice how only the three races are highlighted. Its no wonder the opposition did poorly in East Malaysia, they barely exist in their eyes.
DAP are somewhat fast learners now with their new ranks of intellectual leaders & representatives.
Am tempted to volunteer for one of their programs if only just to see how sincere are their so-called acts of servitude. Of course lah we know that’s all b******t but hey, would be nice to play along…
ROS told DAP they were barking at the wrong tree, which I agree.
They think that ROS is stupid..
‘ROS is stupid..’
Melayu Gomen Servants Maa!
hysteria hysteria everywhere
Before I get whacked proper with another serve, May I respectfully ask your thoughts on the following article that you wrote an eternity ago? I am fully aware of PR doublespeak.
You have stated clearly in the article the following. I am sorry for only highlighting selected parts
In some former mission schools (now become national school), crosses and icons of Virgin Mary and other saints have been removed by the new principals. And perhaps chapels closed down too. There have been incidents of teachers confiscating crucifixes and other religious symbols worn by pupils.
Why do you think that more than 90 percent of Chinese parents see no choice but to shield their children from the sekolah kebangsaan system?
If I were a mother, I would never wish to subject my vulnerable child to a bellicose environment where my race, and the traditions and faith beliefs I’ve imparted to my son or daughter are disparaged.
On the one hand, Islamisation pervades every cubic inch of air we breathe in Malaysia.
On the other hand, other religions are suppressed. One infamous incident occurred in 2004 at Christmas where the Selangor Sultan and assorted cabinet ministers were invited guests. At this official function, hymns mentioning Jesus could not be sung.
In the interest of transparency, are your ardent readers and followers aware of your articualtions in that article?
May you be blessed with good health-I am an agnosticwho beleives in the power of Gaia
Dear John Henry,
By trying to resuscitate the CPI ghost, you’re just demonstrating how predictable you are and quite unable to move on.
re: “In some former mission schools (now become national school), crosses and icons of Virgin Mary and other saints have been removed by the new principals. And perhaps chapels closed down too. There have been incidents of teachers confiscating crucifixes and other religious symbols worn by pupils.”
My current comment: All the above details are fact. Just like the sporadic confiscation of Christian materials.
re: “Why do you think that more than 90 percent of Chinese parents see no choice but to shield their children from the sekolah kebangsaan system? If I were a mother, I would never wish to subject my vulnerable child to a bellicose environment where my race, and the traditions and faith beliefs I’ve imparted to my son or daughter are disparaged.”
My current comment: My stance has remained consistent since the inception of this blog in July 2011 and is one of the major point of divergence with those of my readership who want 1Sekolah. In fact, the last exchange on this topic was just a couple of months ago with Alwie Abdullah. He more or less brought up (asked) why I maintain my support for the SRJK(C).
My reply to Alwie was along the lines of “because you all want to do the korban in national school”.
re: “On the one hand, Islamisation pervades every cubic inch of air we breathe in Malaysia. On the other hand, other religions are suppressed. One infamous incident occurred in 2004 at Christmas where the Selangor Sultan and assorted cabinet ministers were invited guests. At this official function, hymns mentioning Jesus could not be sung.”
My current comment: In my opinion there is still discrimination against the other religions apart from Islam. This in enabled by the federal constitution, among others Articles 11(4), 11(5) and 12(2).
What has changed since the article’s publication in 2010? Well, over the last four years, we’ve been exposed to Dapsterism, to the evangelista putar-belit, to their perpetual hysteria, to their delusional fitnah, to the DAP’s Impian Sabah and Impian Sarawak programmes launched only last year, to the Chinese tsunami, to Hannah Yeoh’s elevation as the country’s youngest and only woman Madame Speaker.
A lot has Ubah, hasn’t it? Would I have known then what the Dapster-evangelistas are capable of? The answer is ‘No’. In 2010, the City Harvest Church scandal hadn’t broken yet. I’m willing to bet that back in 2010, the evangelistas flew even under Isma’s radar.
Today the Indians see the government differently. Today the Malays view the Chinese through different lens. Today, the churches and their flocks are behaving so differently.
In 2004 general election, the DAP held a grand total of 15 state seats. In the 2013 general election, DAP won 107 seats and enjoying a seven-fold success compared with two elections ago. We all have to adapt to the changes, no (?), after having seen how a little has gotten to the DAP’s head.
Tak kenal maka tak cinta. With the DAP evangelistas, the more they reveal themselves, the more aghast we are. Or perhaps you’re not lah.
re: “In the interest of transparency, are your ardent readers and followers aware of your articualtions in that article?”
Like you said, the article was written “an eternity ago”. Go ahead, I challenge you to Google within my blog to see whether my ardent readers and followers are aware of this article.
Yawn … you’ll find that the said url has been invoked here dozens of times before within my blog Comment section itself by various detractors. The fact that you’re raising the matter now just only goes to show how far you are behind the times and overtaken by events.
You give me little hope that you will be able to rise above your “confused” and “simpleton” mentality.
We all have to adapt to the changes, no (?), after having seen how just a little POWER has gotten to the DAP’s head.
Ms H. Has any of our Bloggers considered what our beloved Malaysia and Thailand would be like without the crass interference of their domestic politics by the brilliant Lee Kuan Yew with his 14 failed Policies for Singapore ?
1. There would be no 14 failed Policies for Singapore.
2. The Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP would not have been formed in 1966 and be mischievously in Opposition for over 47 long years. There would be no leading edge troops in 1969 and now to created mis-understanding and mischief.
3. Thailand would have enjoyed over 10 years of peace, and prosperity without the brilliant Lee Kuan Yew’s purchase of Thaksin’s business in 2003.
4. Malaysian and Indonesian personalities sexual peccadilloes would have been spied on by the brilliant Lee Kuan Yew in breach of decent protocol, trust and goodwill. And the info was then passed on to Third Parties.
The brilliant Lee Kuan Yew would be really what he had always wanted to be – a Great Man. But his character failed him.
Ms H. The Chinese, the Malaysian Chinese who are not de-tribalised and leaderless, and politically very weak, cannot only rise again WITHOUT THE INTERFERENCE OF OUR DOMESTIC POLITICS BY THE BRILLIANT LEE KUAN YEW WITH HIS 14 FAILED POLICIES FOR SINGAPORE.
The Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP has to disband to show Singapore’s sincerity in non-interference in Malaysian politics.
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