The communists had asked the Malays to UBAH to Sunday, from Friday, as their day of prayer.
“When the MPAJU suggested to the Banjarese headmen [in Sungai Manik] that they should change their Friday prayers to Sunday (as was suggested also by the MPAJU in Mukim VII of Batu Pahat), this was deemed an unpardonable insult and a sacrilege to the Islamic religion.”
[Information on the Sungai Manik incidents is drawn mainly from Ghazali Basri, ‘Hilir Perak: Sejarah Hubungan Ras Zaman Pendudukan Jepun Sehingga Pemerintahan Inggeris, 1942-46’ (BA thesis, Universiti Malaya, 1974/75 via Dr Cheah Boon Kheng’s book Red Star Over Malaya.]
Today’s Evangelista Bintang Lima have shown themselves to be true descendents of the Bintang Tiga.
The communist terrorists were also the spiritual forefathers of Alvivi.
Ishak Haji Mohammad provided an eyewitness account of the Bintang Tiga’s biadab behaviour in his kampung during the Reign of Terror — the short period in which the communists controlled Malaya.
After the Japanese forces pulled out, about 20 MPAJA guerillas led a predominantly Chinese procession through Temerloh town wherein several Chinese had carried aloft a roast pig.
Ishak Haji Mohammad bukan calang-calang orang. He is a nationalist hero, famous journalist and writer as well as a socialist.
[See article ‘Kenangan Hidup Pak Sako’, No.33 in Mingguan Malaysia, 15 Aug 1976]
The Firster odikals have been going around singing kumbaya and asserting that race consciousness only surfaced with the entry of Dr Mahathir in politics. And they attack anyone who disagrees with them as “racist”.
Seademon is quite correct in his assessment of the hypocritical racism of the Firsters (see tweet below).
Pakatoons are people who live in their own Jerusubang bubble
and are PISsed drunk on Holy Water bottled by DAP 3.0
It is a load of Holy J Water that the older Chinese had really ever conceived of themselves as ‘Malayans’. Except maybe for the Babas and Nyonyas, the rest had always looked to the Motherland while the ones living in the Straits Settlements berkiblatkan Mother England.
(from Seademon’s blog)
Seademon’s research found that the history of Malaysia, “contrary to belief, has been filled with bloodshed”.
This erroneous belief is the snake oil peddled by the Firsters, at cyber gunpoint, to further their political Gospel because ‘Success means a jackpot‘ for the DAP 3.0 evangelista politicians raking in the Gold and the Glory.
- “In 1941, it became 2,377,990 [Chinese inhabitants in the Malay states] while the Malays were at 2,277,352”.
- “Economic competition caused the Chinese to spread rumours about the Malays to put the latter in bad light.” [Dan perangai ini masih tak ubah-ubah — komen Helen]
- “Throngs of Imams, religious teachers, Malays who had worked in Japanese offices, and commoners were captured and executed [by the Bintang Tiga in Aug-Sept 1945].”
- “Many Malay houses were burnt at night while their occupants were fast asleep.”
- “The violation of the sanctity of Islam also became a factor in the bloody Sino-Malay conflict (WO 172/9773. No.30: 478) when the Bintang Tiga/CPM disrupted religious activities in Muslims places of worship.”
- “Muslims were forbidden from congregating at mosques or suraus to perform the Terawih prayers.”
- “The same occurred in Perak and some parts of Batu Pahat where Muslims were gunned down and burnt together with the mosque they were in during Friday prayers.”
- “[People] were murdered for not supporting the CPM.”
- “Kiai Salleh [having formed the Tentera Sabil Selendang Merah] waged war against the Chinese, the MPAJA and their Malay counterparts.”
- “Many Malays had their hands and feet bound and put into gunny sacks before they were thrown into the sea alive.”
- “di Bekor ada telaga yang dipanggil telaga lubang raya tempat memancung orang yang tak mahu masuk kominis” — eyewitness account
- “6th March 1946: 57 men and women who were about to leave the Kampung Bekor mosque after Subuh prayer were murdered by the Chinese (WO 172/9773, No.19: 234-235). From this figure, only one had gunshot wounds while the rest had slash and stab wounds.”
- “24 children were murdered while they were sleeping in their homes, while 15 men, seven women and eight children were missing.”
- “More Malays were attacked and killed by the Chinese in Kota Bharu (Kelantan) on 19th September 1945, in Alor Gajah (Melaka) on 26th September 1945, in Selangor, the districts of Selama, Taiping, Parit, and Sitiawan in Perak, and in Terengganu. In Batu Malim, Raub (Pahang), a skirmish at the local market on 11th February 1946 involving 200 Malays and 150 Chinese caused the death of 30 Chinese including 10 children, while 16 Chinese and 10 Malays were injured.”
< Seademon excerpts end>
For further details and the citations to the events, please go to Seademon’s blog.
Firster forked tongue
The Firsters are merely selling saliva when they talk about their Malaysian Malaysia.
Seademon, on the other hand, got his hands on War Office papers documenting the murders, and anyone who’s interested in facts – not Firster fiction – can just put in a bit of effort to cross research.
Hence before you let the Firsters shoot off their doubled-sided mouth on their imaginary Malayan “racial harmony and unity” in the 1940s and 50s, ask them to show academic proof.
Read historian Dr Cheah Boon Kheng’s book ‘Red Star over Malaya’, also cited by Seademon. You can find portions of it online — search Google Books.
Evangelista Bintang Lima
The Bintang Tiga was vicious. The present day Bintang Lima are just as vicious, if not more, looking at the despicable fitnah that they’re capable of churning out.
Seademon put it mildly when he wrote:
“So heightened was the anger of the Malays towards the Chinese that when the British formed the Malayan Union and planned to grant Chinese and Indian immigrants with automatic citizenship, the Malays united for a common cause, and that is to return the power of the Sultans and reinstate the ownership of the land to the Malays.”
Anyone who is not buta sejarah will have realised that the Malays en masse rejected the Malayan Union proposal. They carried out their anti-Malayan Union protests as if the very existence of Tanah Melayu depended on it after they saw with their own eyes the viciousness that the Chinese were capable of.
Don’t think the Malays didn’t also kill. They did.
“Batu Pahat again witnessed terrible bloodshed during this interregnum,” wrote Dr Cheah (Red Star, p.225).
“The Malay attacks were said to be more ferocious than those of the Chinese … They fought more determinedly and with greater religious fanaticism”, continued Dr Cheah. “For the second time in the racial clashes, Chinese and the MPAJA could neither stop them nor understand the drive behind them”.
[See Hamzah bin Mohamed, ‘The Fourteen Days of Terror: Before, During and After’, pp.11-22 and Musak Mantrak, ‘Sejarah Masyarakat Majemuk di Mukim VII, Batu Pahat’, p.87.]
Source of Dr M quote above, http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/248185
What the Bintang Tiga were capable of
It was Batu Pahat District Officer (DO) Onn Jaafar who was the peacemaker in Batu Pahat. Dato’ Onn later became the Menteri Besar of Johor. As well, he was the founder of Umno.
Dapsters like to taunt Umno as being Nazis and racists.
Well, let’s take a historical look at the methods employed by their forebears.
“The MPAJA was said to have butchered, gunned downed, or beheaded Malays and administered the ‘water treatment’ — pumping water into the victim’s body until the belly swelled, immersion in a tub of water until drowned, or scalding with hot water. MPAJA/Chinese ‘revenge’ killings were said to have taken their toll of Malay officials — DO, ketua kampung, penghulu, and policemen.” (Red Star, p.212)
When the older Malays with a longer memory see the Dapsters today, they think “communist”.
And the Malay view goes like this:
“The most bitter Malay experience with regard to the Chinese was the humiliation, degradation and physical torture which the MPAJU/MPAJA [communists] was said to have inflicted upon them. As one Malay described it – ‘The psychological fermentation of mistrust, anger and frustration of the Malays stemming from insults, scorn and arrogance thrown upon them, had to reach its saturation at a point in time.” (Red Star, p.196-7)
Not only are the Evangelista Slander Squads complete odikals, they’re clueless as to when they have crossed the line and gone too far.
Orang Melayu dijajah Portugis tetapi orang Melayu tidak mengamok. Orang Melayu dijajah Belanda tetapi orang Melayu tidak mengamok. Orang Melayu dijajah Inggeris tetapi orang Melayu tidak mengamok. Orang Melayu dijajah Jepun tetapi orang Melayu tidak mengamok.
Hanya dengan Cina orang Melayu mengamok.