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KJ menang: “Cina DAP memang pandai jilat pungkok”

Khairy Jamaluddin menang, DAP lah yang paling kuat meraikan kemenangannya itu.

“Untunglah Press Secretary” — lihat balasan kepada tweet Regina Lee, bawah.

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“This has been an awesome day”,
.

bunyi tweet oleh Regina Lee, si Dapster Setiausaha Akhbar KJ itu.

Tweet oleh blogger SeaDemon: “it’s been an awesome day for those who rely on winners for their daily bread” (lihat tweet bawah).

Eh, tak de “money politics” lagi ke dalam pemilihan Ketua Pemuda kali ini?

Sepertimana yang dicanangkan Scissorati di J-Star pada hari Jumaat tadi, KJ “appeals to everyone thanks to this aura he has”.

Ooooh, apa bentuk “aura” yang KJ ada itu?

Boleh kita kira tak ianya Najib Razak yang membolehkan kejayaan KJ kerana sebelum ini perdana menteri telah memutus untuk melantik KJ jadi Menteri — yang kementeriannya diberikan peruntukan sekitar ±RM3 BILION (if not more) untuk sepanjang tempoh Rancangan Malaysia ke-10.

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Zaman Anwar berulang di Umno

Separuh daripada bebudak yang menjadi perwakilan dan mempunyai hak mengundi dalam pemilihan Pemuda Umno adalah dari kalangan mereka yang berusia di bawah 25 tahun, seorang Scissorati peminat KJ telah melaporkan butir ini di J-Star.

(Jika The J-Star evangelista sudah menjadi pentas sorak bagi kempen KJ, baik orang Melayu beringat kepada bidalan Inggeris ‘Beware of Greeks bearing gifts’ — peribahasa yang ada kaitan dengan cerita Trojan horse).

Belia di bawah umur 25 tahun tidak akan mengenal era Anwar Ibrahim sebagai orang Umno.

Dulu Anwar pun Ketua Pemuda Umno.

Tapi cuba anda tengok Bang Nuar sekarang ini sedang bersekongkol dengan siapa.

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Pembangkang sayang KJ alamat Umno akan dihancurkan dari dalam — baca SINI.

Maka dalam hal kejayaan KJ ini, tahniah diucapkan kepada DAP dan takziah untuk Umno.

Bagi orang Melayu pula, renung-renungkan lah nasib parti anda di tangan si Kitol serta hala tuju dan masa depan bangsamu.

Sepertimana yang disebut dalam timeline Regina Lee – lihat screenshot di pendahuluan halaman ini (atas) – “execution phase begins ..tik..tok..tik.!”

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63 thoughts on “KJ menang: “Cina DAP memang pandai jilat pungkok”

  1. “Execution phase begins….”, bunyi macam memang DAP dah ada percaturannya….yang bermula dengan kemenangan Anwar 2.0!

    1. You think that if it was Pakatan rather than the BN which headed our gomen, Malaysia can do better (i.e. be at par with South Korea) meh?

      Or does anyone believe that with KJ rather than Akhramsyah heading Pemuda Youth, the BN gomen can perform any better?

      1. Those 2 governments, Singapore & South Korea, they are not welfare states, for them affirmative action is a dirty term, only results that matter. They got ahead because the ends justify the means. For them, if you cannot deliver the results, you’re out. Period.

        1. Oh I see. So Article 153 which is the mechanism enabling affirmative action for the Malay race goes out the window lah.

          In the J-Star today, ‘Umno polls: Liberal, progressive agenda has prevailed, says Khairy’
          http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/10/13/Umno-polls-khairy-liberal.aspx

          Since we’re aiming for progressive agenda in the handling of our economy so that our per capita income can match S’pore, then the Chinese happy lah celebrating the victory of KJ over Akhram-Hidup-Melayu “anak DEB” (http://dinturtle.blogspot.com/2013/09/akhram-sanusi-saya-anak-deb.html).

          Kan saya dah kata awal-awal, hooray and yamseng!

          1. I would support getting rid of affirmative action. Who do you think are the beneficiaries of affirmative action ? Those with connections and those who would do anything to get into bed with people who have connections. For the majority, nothing changes.

            In fact, this affirmative action thingy is going to make things even worse. Those who have benefited will defend it at all cost. Who do you think will make the loudest noise if the government were to say that affirmative action will be phased out gradually ?

        2. hello brader. SIngapore 90% chinese, Korea 99% koreans. Malaysia 60-70% melayu/bumiputra. what affirmative action are you talking about in these countries?

          1. You drunk ? Who says affirmative action cannot exist in homogenous societies ? These nations made a conscious decision not to implement affirmative action policies. These countries started out with many poor people too yet now they have arrived at the world stage. Singapore is now an international financial and business center while South Korea is a high tech leader.

      2. no one know helen, but we must convey a simple message that if the current party that manage the govt doesn’t pan out, the people shd be able to select replacements, without fear.

        i dun know about others, i personally dun expect bn can perform better with kj, but i believe pr have to improve to compete with a relatively young and progressive leader, surprisingly is one from umno.

        kj can be a hoax too, however i read many of his writes, his brain and mind, fortunately or unfortunately, is much sound compare to many so called leaders, even from dap.

        1. I don’t doubt that KJ is smart and articulate. Btw, Akhramsyah is both too, and likely even smarter than KJ.

          What I see as KJ’s fatal flaw is the Anwar-type character re AI’s unity talks with Umno behind DAP’s back in his bid to be PM.

          Same with KJ. I would not discount the possibility that if the chance crops up for him to be PM, he may consider striking a deal with DAP.

          1. Helen,

            Up to the last minute, I still hoped that Khairi would not make it this time.

            But i realise my wish did not resonate well with those in Pemuda UMNO.

            One Pemuda UMNO youth asked me why I do not like khairi so much? I told him that I am 40s while he(the guy who asked) is in late 20s. Due to my “being” earlier in this life(meaning makan garam) I had seen things that he did not see simply because he was too young then.

            Khairi as Ketua pemuda is a another disaster for UMNO. Already his choice of Secretary is disturbing.

            I used to wonder why my mother when she had been alive often said something is not right about Anwar. Yet she said she did not know why. She just said that she ‘just knew’ Anwar was up to no good.

            When I pressed her, she just said perhaps it was her intuition. She just felt Anwar is “too gelojoh’. and to her that is not “good’ especially if one is “showered” with power.

            However, I am not blaming these voters in Pemuda UMNO. Najib himself finds that Khairi is worth to be appointed in Cabinet DESPITE Khairi was so eager to be the “postman” delivering international passport to Anwar.

            UMNO survives last time around on “anwar saga”. Simply due to “iman dan takwa’ as Malays despite being “tak apa” do show moments of “brilliance” at the most critical juncture. Just like we opposed Malayan Union by an empire that just won the war.

            But the “brilliance” may not last forever. With Khairi winning in Malay “pekat” constituent but so much loved by some newspapers alligned to DAP, I bet that UMNO may not be that lucky next time around.

            Sometimes the enemy is “within’.

    2. Pakatan and opposition is just noise. They can’t change anything if they are not in power. UMNO is the gov, the other parties in BN are just nobody.

      The Malay privilege is a reasonable measure to help the Malay but unfortunately UMNO abusing them to enrich their elites and cronies (the non Malay included).

      UMNO is the culprit which screw up this country. The only way to help this country is to change the gov. Pakatan may not be a good choice for some but that’s the only option.

      See how Sharizat won’t her election, this just shows that UMNO have no problem of tinted alleged corrupted leaders. KJ is proven guity in money politic and yet UMNO members have no problem and they expect non UMNO members citizen to stomach this? No way.

      1. re: “KJ is proven guity in money politic and yet UMNO members have no problem”

        And the evangelistas are cheering him on.

        1. Add: And the evangelistas who thump their chest at being anti-Corruption, Accountable and Transparent are cheering him on.

          1. These evangelists know AI 2.0 will deliver their Malaysian First Nation to them. That’s why they cheer him on.

  2. THE BEGINNING OF UMNO’S DOOMSDAY.
    A SLOW DEATH FOR OLD UMNO, AND THE BIRTH OF MELAYU LIBERAL.
    HAK MELAYU AKAN TERHAKIS, BUT SLOWLY…

  3. Hari ini sudah menjadi sejarah…..!

    Sejarah bermulanya era baru dalam Pemuda UMNO yang sebahagian besar generasi barunya bersifat liberal.

    UMNO tua yang terdiri dari Melayu Totok, Melayu Tulin, Melayu Ultra, Melayu Rasis sudah tidak punya tempat dalam Pemuda UMNO.

    Memang UMNO sedang berubah…
    Generasi tua sedang diambang senja manakala generasi muda (pemudanya) yang lebih urban
    lagi liberal sedang melangkah laju untuk mengambil alih….

    Segalanya bermula hari ini…..

  4. The funny thing is, this Kitol is a Rembau MP, just like Anwar Ibrahim of Permatang Pauh. Both will remain there until the day they die, yang mana suku-sakat dan saudara-mara memang akan mengundi mereka. Unlike Ghani Othman or Ali Rustam who dare “JADI ANAK JANTAN YANG TELOR” contesting outside of their comfort zone.

    The Cina DAP who has been upbeat about KJ’s victory is no way near his constituency to deliver the vote to BN.

    How is he even relevant to the Cina DAP in the next PRU?

    Can KJ factor swing the Cina DAP vote in Lembah Pantai in Jerusubang?

  5. KJ for PM
    Zairil for Finance Minister

    MCA memang Coma. KJ, s kids are called Puma and Cougar. Merge the words it spells Coma. Kick MCA out already. Hail to DAP the new MCA

    1. I am Mulan,

      If that comes true, “habisla negara ini. Jahanam terus.”

      May Allah SWT in HIs Infinite Mercy spare us from that disaster whatever sins we have been committing.

  6. This spells the end of UMNO.
    The stupid Malays deserve what they sow, thanks to their fondness for bribery and easy money.
    Anyway, “Melayu yg mudah lupa” can look forward to be like the Singapore Malays.
    RIP!

  7. Sharizat’s victory sends a message that corruption pays in UMNO. 200 million ringgit can be mismanaged, and her political secretary can buy many luxury cars with questionable sources of money, but in the end, the women’s wing still think it is all fine.

    I hear that Khairy’s team is not yet celebrating. Their next move is to spoil Mukhriz’s run for vice-president in the next elections.

    It is not over until the fat lady (Rosmah) sings…

  8. Graft pays indeed ! Look who won. Now the opposition will have a field day whacking these people.

    This is just a continuation of the AI saga. Different actors, same MO, new tools. And as always, the same outcome. You could see the end for this grand old party. No hope now.

  9. “Sharizat’s victory sends a message that corruption pays in UMNO.”

    “Graft pays indeed ! Look who won.”

    “re: “KJ is proven guity in money politic and yet UMNO members have no problem”. And the evangelistas are cheering him on.”

    Wow.

    I find it seriously hilarious that all these people are suddenly throwing up their hands and shrieking: “MONEY POLITICS AND CORRUPTION IN UMNO!” like it’s a recent invention, or just descended on UMNO 2-3 days ago.

    Erm, try 20-30 years, OK?

    Erm, two of the VP candidates – Rustam and Isa – have been convicted of money politics BY UMNO itself. And they are still in the race, FELDA apartments and all.

    Kenapa you all duduk senyap aje?

    So:

    “Corruption pays in UMNO”?

    Er, yep. No shit, Sherlock.

    If hypocrisy was an Olympic sport, some of you guys would have multiple gold medals around your collective necks.

    PS: “Oh I see. So Article 153 which is the mechanism enabling affirmative action for the Malay race goes out the window lah.”

    Bit alarmist, no?

    The UMNO grassroots have just proven that literally weeks of character assassination on some blogs count for exactly diddly squat, but I cannot discern what kind of logic leads you to the conclusion that: “Article 153 which is the mechanism enabling affirmative action for the Malay race goes out the window lah.”

    Care to take us through the logic behind this statement?

    1. re: “shrieking: “MONEY POLITICS AND CORRUPTION IN UMNO!” like it’s a recent invention, or just descended on UMNO 2-3 days ago. Erm, try 20-30 years, OK?”

      Quite correct. And Anwar Ibrahim the man whom Pakatan wants to install as Prime Minister was the man most responsible fo it.

      re: “I cannot discern what kind of logic leads you to the conclusion that: “Article 153 which is the mechanism enabling affirmative action for the Malay race goes out the window lah.”

      “Care to take us through the logic behind this statement?”

      Nope. I can’t be bothered to layan you.

      1. “Quite correct. And Anwar Ibrahim the man whom Pakatan wants to install as Prime Minister was the man most responsible for it”.

        Errrrrrrr, no. It existed well before that, and he was hardly “most responsible”. Universal scapegoating doesn’t work, sorry.

        “Nope. I can’t be bothered to layan you.”

        Hmmmm. I guess then there was no logic behind the statement anyway.

  10. Now that UMNO Youth progressiveness have been proven to be the logical weapon to capture the heart and mind of the youth by the one and only KJ… err can UMNO pinjam him to MCA to show them how they can be ‘liberal’ and ‘progressive’

    Yammm sengggg

  11. I love it when Shahrizat won

    The Wanita gave a big middle finger to Pakatan. You hate her, to hell with you, we don’t. We won the elections, we decide who goes top.

    I don’t really care if we go bankrupt under UMNO. This is our land, we will rebuild it whatever happens. The Dapsters have the luxury of considering migrating, we don’t. That’s the difference between a rakyat and a pendatang.

    1. “I don’t really care if we go bankrupt under UMNO. This is our land, we will rebuild it whatever happens. The Dapsters have the luxury of considering migrating, we don’t. That’s the difference between a rakyat and a pendatang.”

      Your ideas sum up the saying perfectly… “marahkan adik-beradik, rumah dibakar”. Because of your irrational phobia of Chinese, Indians, or Ibans taking over, your obsession with skin colour and which god people pray to, you are willing to destroy our country.

      1. They do not have a similar phobia of the Indians and Ibans.

        As for being “irrational”, how is one supposed to react to a group of people who can’t decide on what name their god has, is adamant on stealing the name of the god of another religion, and following the theft wants to make the One Allah conform to their God-of-Trinity.

        A phobia of the evangelistas is not irrational. It is perfectly warranted. And it is this group that is destroying Malaysia.

        1. “They do not have a similar phobia of the Indians and Ibans.”

          You think so? That explains why it is unfathomable to you when the right wingers you mollycoddle on your blog lash out at the Indians when incidents such as Seri Pristana, temple-related protests, and objections from Indian leaders within Barisan Nasional occur. It is not hard for them to project their bigotry on the next minority group when attacking the usual scapegoats becomes stale.

          “As for being “irrational”, how is one supposed to react to a group of people who can’t decide on what name their god has, is adamant on stealing the name of the god of another religion, and following the theft wants to make the One Allah conform to their God-of-Trinity.”

          Why it is that only now, do they want to dictate how Bumiputera Christians worship?

          “A phobia of the evangelistas is not irrational. It is perfectly warranted. And it is this group that is destroying Malaysia.”

          And I suppose the state-sanctioned and influential religious fanatics preaching hatred, separation, and arrogance are not destructive to Malaysia? Corpse-snatching, child-snatching, telling people what to do… both believers and increasingly unbelievers…

          1. re: the Indians

            Indians, those who are Indian and excluding the “I-am-not-Indian-actually” middle class, are a small and weak minority group.

            You yourself had pointed out the inexplicable phenomenon of Seri Pristana where the kids in the photo were largely Indian but the Malay reaction was against Chinese schools (even tho’ the enrolment of SP was only one sole Chinese pupil – probably no longer there – out of 1,375).

            It is Sinophobia even when there is no Chinese element like the Seri Pristana case.

            re: “Why it is that only now, do they want to dictate how Bumiputera Christians worship?”

            The rise and rise of the Chinese evangelistas who are now the second most powerful political bloc, after the Malay-Muslims.

            To preempt your argument — I agree that Christians per se are a minority in terms of religious denomination but the evangelical leadership of DAP brings into the fold the resources and support of the Chinese community as a whole even though these Chinese themselves may not be Christian.

            Furthermore, the non-Malay media is controlled by the Christians. If you want to ask how a small minority can be so powerful, see how the colonialists controlled their vast empire in India (the British Raj) with only a few thousands of white administrators, traders, missionaries and soldiers.

            1. “It is Sinophobia even when there is no Chinese element like the Seri Pristana case.”

              They did not mention anything about Chinese, nor even Chinese schools. The insults were directed toward the Indian community, such as “kalau tak suka, boleh balik India/India pun tak basuh buntut”, ‘keling’, and the cliched ‘ular dan India’ tripe. Any reference to vernacular school were insults such as “kalau tak suka sekolah Melayu, pergi sekolah Tamil”.

              Quit trying to spin the blame toward the Chinese. The right wing crowd did not take much effort to shift their sights towards the Indians. When you hate on one minority it is very easy to hate on another minority group.

              “The rise and rise of the Chinese evangelistas who are now the second most powerful political bloc, after the Malay-Muslims.”

              Christians are only ten percent of the population. That is considerably less than the number of opposition-supporting Malays.

              Consider also that many Christians are Bumiputera, and a big portion of them still support Barisan Nasional’s Sabahan and Sarawakian component parties.

              “Furthermore, the non-Malay media is controlled by the Christians. If you want to ask how a small minority can be so powerful, see how the colonialists controlled their vast empire in India (the British Raj) with only a few thousands of white administrators, traders, missionaries and soldiers.”

              Rubbish. The British had the power of the battleship, rifle and cannon for power projection. They fielded vast armies of local sepoys to police and expand their Empire.

              The Christians in Malaysia do not even have their own militia squad.

              1. re: “The Christians in Malaysia do not even have their own militia squad.”

                Neither do the Jews in the financial capitals of the world have their own militia squad.

              2. Hullo, you AC-DC made the following comment “The majority of Seri Pristana’s pupils were Indian. There were only a handful of Chinese. Still, that did not stop the school management from closing the canteen and making those pupils eat in a shower room.” — pointing out that it was “only a handful of Chinese” while the reaction is to the tone of ‘balik China’.

                https://helenang.wordpress.com/2013/08/01/another-case-of-he-says-she-says-in-school/#comment-46253

                1. ‘Hullo, you AC-DC made the following comment “The majority of Seri Pristana’s pupils were Indian. There were only a handful of Chinese. Still, that did not stop the school management from closing the canteen and making those pupils eat in a shower room.” — pointing out that it was “only a handful of Chinese” while the reaction is to the tone of ‘balik China’. ‘

                  I sure remembers that! A spinning gasing that one!

                2. It appears you have misunderstood that post.

                  What I wrote is the majority of the non Malay pupils in the school were Indians. The school authorities still meted out such treatment to the non Malay pupils by making them eat in the changeroom. Which meant that even if you are not Chinese, you will still be targeted by the racists because you are still not Malay.

                  How did you suddenly come to a conclusion that the headmaster discriminated at the whole non Malay student group just to get at that single Chinese pupil?

                  Even you mentioned the sentiment was anti-Indian or anti-nonMuslim. To quote your words:

                  “But he went back to the school during his leave and snapped photographs of the Indian kids.”

                  “Elementary my dear Watson. There’s no question at all that the Malays (generally speaking) immediately jumped to taking sides against the Indians. It was an automatic choice so easy to make if the other party was non-Malay/non-Muslim.”

                  “Good and fine that you’re saying we shouldn’t mengata the HM but wake up and smell the hate campaign being conducted by Malays against the Indian parent.”

                  1. re: “How did you suddenly come to a conclusion that the headmaster discriminated at the whole non Malay student group just to get at that single Chinese pupil?”

                    Hullo, don’t go off on a false tangent lah.

                    If you could trackback your original comment, it would be appreciated as it is something easier to do at your end as a commenter than at my end as a moderator (a lot of comments to be cleared).

                    Nope, that is not how I read you.

                    As far as I can recall, a number of the commenters here were supportive of the HM and there was some backlash against the Chinese in general. I distinctly remember that you pointed out the parent in the eye of the storm is Indian and not Chinese.

                    We both noted that the kids involved in the Seri Pristana issue were 20-something Indians in number and one Chinese pupil.

                    So even though there was only one Chinese (negligible) and mostly Indians (hence the front page coverage in the Tamil dailies), but still, the reaction among readers of this blog seemed directed at a – in this case, almost – non-existent Chinese bogeyman.

                    1. “Nope, that is not how I read you.”

                      Nope, you were adamant at finding a Chinese Connection in the canteen fiasco. You interpreted it as implying the school authorities were collectively segregating the whole non Malay student population just to target the sole Chinese pupil. What it really was is the segregation of the pupils based on the fact that they were not Muslim.

                      “So even though there was only one Chinese (negligible) and mostly Indians (hence the front page coverage in the Tamil dailies), but still, the reaction among readers of this blog seemed directed at a – in this case, almost – non-existent Chinese bogeyman.”

                      There was some barbs directed at the Chinese, but many were tossed at the Indian community and the Indian parent for “daring” to challenge the diktats of the headmaster. You also got heat for defending Guneswari who blew the whistle.

                      In the other pro UMNO websites, Facebook pages, and blogs, you can see the thick anti-Indian sentiment boiling there.

                      To return to the main issue of the thread, it does not take much difficulty for racists to project their hatred and prejudices on another community when bashing the usual targets gets old.

                    2. re: “Nope, you were adamant at finding a Chinese Connection in the canteen fiasco.”

                      Pls cite the comment link or otherwise I can’t pinpoint what you’re blathering about. And while you’re looking through the haystack, pls keep an eye peeled for your own comment in relation to the episode. Thanks.

                    3. I wonder who is really looking for a needle in the haystack when you have to go all the way back to an article in July and furthermore, take my comment out of context to prove a Chinese connection.

                    4. re: “go all the way back to an article in July”

                      The Seri Pristana threads were all in July. Where else could I have looked for the needle? Don’t forget, all totalled the topic attracted more than 1,000 comments, and no, I do not have the time to do more than a cursory search.

                      And hullo, you were the one who brought up the subject of the right wing’s animosity towards Indians. The two glaring occasions when Indians were discussed contentiously in this blog were the Seri Pristana and the Penang shooting.

      2. Adik beradik will remember good things. The safe feelings when you’re in a Malay kampung or taman. Telling the world that you’re not familiar with bombings despite living amongst the Muslims, despite what the world would want to believe.

        Malays voted against BN in 1999 because of Anwar’s black eye but we never called the Chinese stupid or cruel for supporting Dr M.

        When the Chinese voted against BN now they are calling Malays names all over the internet, being ball-less people of 5000 years of civilisation. It is as if in 1999 the election was free and fair compared to 2013, as if gerrymandering was a creation of 2008 onwards. Chinese made their choice in 1999, we said nothing. Same thing cannot be said in 2013.

        The Malays don’t want confrontation or riot now. But we don’t want to share anything with the Chinese either. Better we live poor without them than to prosper with them.

        We support Chong Wei they support Lin Dan, we support Harimau they support Singapore, we support Palestine they support Israel, we support PDRM they support criminals. These are not brothers, and we are not looking at a brotherly collision.

        The Chinese should know that Egypt and Syria situation cannot be reversed, so is Malaysia. For a detailed account of Chinese hatred towards the Malays just go to the forum of a famous computer place under the section “Real World Issues”.

        Makes any Malay blood clot reading there.

        1. re: “Better we live poor without them than to prosper with them.”

          I understand.

          re: “The Chinese should know that Egypt and Syria situation cannot be reversed, so is Malaysia.”

          They should. But they are too consumed by the desire to kill Umno that every other consideration takes a backseat.

          re: “For a detailed account of Chinese hatred towards the Malays just go to the forum of a famous computer place under the section ‘Real World Issues’. Makes any Malay blood clot reading there.”

          Not just the Malay getting blood clot. I’m not anti-Chinese at all because I’m one myself and unlike them, I don’t embrace a Judeo-Western religion (which has no roots or connection with China), and I too find their behaviour intolerable.

          Any Malaysian of whatever ethnicity who is rational would not be able to tolerate the kurang ajar of the Dapsters and the evangelistas.

          1. Re. Any Malaysian of whatever ethnicity who is rational would not be able to tolerate the kurang ajar of the Dapsters and the evangelistas.

            Actually, in general they are being hated worldwide. Cuma diorang yang tak sedar. Looking at what happen here in Malaysia, no country with a sound mind will accept them as resident or citizen.

            1. “Actually, in general they are being hated worldwide. Cuma diorang yang tak sedar. ”

              Case in point, the speech by John Howard, ex Prime Minister of Australia. Whoops, actually that was actually appropriated from another urban legend where the ‘Muslim’ parts were merely substituted with ‘Chinese’. So those morons circulating the speech around were totally unaware they were propagating an anti-Muslim urban legend. Such fools! : )

              1. Oi, produce the Seri Pristana url lah if you want to make an accusation. He who asserts must prove.

                1. “Oi, produce the Seri Pristana url lah if you want to make an accusation. He who asserts must prove.”

                  Please be more specific. Wasn’t it you who posted the url in the first place?

                  1. I posted yours. You claimed that I made a Chinese-related comment on the Seri Pristana discussion threads. Since you made the claim, then you can jolly well point out which comment specifically it is that you’re alluding to.

                    1. “I posted yours. You claimed that I made a Chinese-related comment on the Seri Pristana discussion threads.”

                      No. I mentioned that you are adamant at finding a Chinese Connection in the canteen fiasco, and misinterpreted my comment as implying the school authorities were collectively segregating the whole non Malay students just to target the sole Chinese.

                      Your ‘Chinese-related comment’ was actually made in this article. Remember?

                      “It is Sinophobia even when there is no Chinese element like the Seri Pristana case.”

                      I notice it is your argumentative style to toss red herrings.

                    2. re: ““It is Sinophobia even when there is no Chinese element like the Seri Pristana case.”

                      Okay, I’m fine with you singling out the above sentence. Granted, and thanks for digging it up.

                      Now where did I misinterpret you? Can you point that out?

        2. “We support Chong Wei”

          Many Chinese actually support Chong Wei. And I have read comments from ultra-Malays that Chong Wei needs to be replaced by a Malay badminton hero as soon as possible.

          It is ironic despite all your bile tossed at the Malaysian Chinese, you still rely on a Malaysian Chinese to make Malaysia known in the sporting world.

          “The Chinese should know that Egypt and Syria situation cannot be reversed, so is Malaysia. For a detailed account of Chinese hatred towards the Malays just go to the forum of a famous computer place under the section “Real World Issues”.”

          For a good detailed account of far right hatred and prejudice towards Chinese, Indians, and minorities… just read the comments in this blog.

          “The Malays don’t want confrontation or riot now. But we don’t want to share anything with the Chinese either. Better we live poor without them than to prosper with them.”

          Even when you become poor without them, you will still resort to fighting among each other for whatever is left. Look at Syria and Egypt, which is basically a Muslim versus Muslim conflict.

          1. My support for Chong Wei shows that I am a Malaysian. You and other Dapsters went to the length of supporting Lin Dan just to distance yourselves from the rest of the country.

            Now tell me where were you lot when Anwar was beaten by Rahim Noor? Where were the votes went? To BN!

            The Malays didn’t complaint. Now we want to vote BN, if you don’t like it, well you know what to do.

            You love it to be called Chinese The Kingmakers in 1999 but Chinese Tsunami 2013 is deemed racist. The Indians really have the bigger balls, they proudly claimed their Makkal Sakthi of 2008.

            1. Re. My support for Chong Wei shows that I am a Malaysian.

              Yupe. Plus we don’t really care who he voted in the end as “UNDI ADALAH RAHSIA”, but being grateful to the BN GOMEN for the support given for his career, I believe he voted Gerakan or MCA in Penang.

              Same goes to Nicol David, she is a smart person, who just focus on her career and excel at it. I do believe the GOMEN also has approached her prior to PRU13 but she decided to stay clear from politics fearing the backlash from RedBean Armies and the oppo.

              A very wise decision indeed to just keep her mouth shut so that nobody will question about her political inclination at the end. She also receives a lot of support from the GOMEN.

  12. Poor Hannah
    Hannah Yeoh ‏@hannahyeoh 9 Oct
    Susah2 diet, makan sikit2 untuk dinner kemudian lapar gila pada waktu tengah malam. Makan roti. Fail. Sigh.

    Nak seksi macam Hannah Montana (Miley Cyrus of Bangerz) kot? Atau Deepavali nak mai kot?

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