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Peace-loving flock of sheeple, meek and mild

Dr Mahathir Mohamad is reported today saying Chinese support for the BN did not return in GE13 but instead “the DAP dangled before the Chinese the possibility of having both political and economic dominance”.

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Chinese and BN have parted ways

The Chinese have no political clout left in the BN.

MCA is dead. Gerakan is neither here nor there. SUPP put up 7 candidates for Parliament in the last election and all 6 of their Chinese candidates lost. The only SUPP winner was a Sarawak native Christian.

BN no longer offers the Chinese an avenue for political participation. This explains why the MCA-owned J-Star no longer bothers to hide that it is an opposition paper.

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Who is in the Pakatan driver’s seat?

Which party is the driving force in Pakatan? Look at their electoral strength (see chart below).

DAP contested 103 state seats in the last general election and won 95, giving the party a success rate of 92.2 percent.

PAS contested 236 state seats and won 85, giving the party a success rate of 36.0 percent while PKR contested 172 state seats and won 49, giving it a success rate 28.5 percent.

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Christians vs. Muslims

There are more non-Muslims than Muslims among Pakatan Parliamentarians in the current Dewan Rakyat.

Among the non-Muslim Pakatan MPs, the Christians are the strongest. In the DAP, it is the chameleon evangelistas who spearhead the party.

DAP 3.0 have invaded East Malaysia with their Impian Sabah and Impian Sarawak programmes. They are inciting the native Christian voters who hold the key to Putrajaya.

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Religious tensions boiling

Aside from incitement, other political tools wielded by DAP evangelistas are putar-belit dan fitnah. If it were not for them, the Allah row would not have reached this chronic stage.

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http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/252707

Sabah Umno deputy chief Salleh Said Keruak has urged the opposition to resolve the Allah matter in the Pakatan states first, according to an FMT report today. After all, both the Selangor and Penang state assemblies are dominated by Pakatan with two-thirds majorities.

As rightly observed by Calvin Sankaran @ 2014/01/27 at 3:39 pm:

“Strange, it seems like the worst race relations now are in PR-run states of Penang and Selangor. Wonder what happened to all the spin about being color blind and Bangsa Malaysia.”

The worst religious tensions are in Penang and Selangor too despite the Pakatan propaganda on “building bridges” from mosque to church to mosque.

More 1,000 Umno members turned up at PWTC (pix above) three days ago urging Najib Razak to act more sternly on the evangelistas in the peninsula who still insist on using the word ‘Allah’.

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What happens when DAP is in control?

You can see for yourself in Penang.

Mat Sabu is the Penang PAS commissioner. Guan Eng likes him.

PAS people in Penang don’t like Guan Eng and his evangelista party. They want PAS to leave Pakatan — see mStar report, screenshot below of the call made by for PAS Penang secretary Mohamed Nordin Mohd Nor.

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PAS is bullied in Penang

PAS Penang supporters and their leaders are generally unhappy too.

Former Penang Dewan Pemuda chief Mohamed Hafiz Mohamed Nordin wants PAS to put an end to its tahaluf siyasi with DAP — see Utusan report, screenshot below.

In fact, almost the entire PAS Penang leadership is dissatisfied with Guan Eng’s DAP — photo below of a recent press conference by state deputy commissioner Mohd Fauzi Yusof.

When you get to know them better, you will realise what kind of people the DAP evangelistas really are. PAS Penang has already found out.

http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/Politik/20131006/po_04/Kerjasama-Pas-dalam-DAP-PKR-rugikan-orang-Melayu-Islam
http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/Politik/20131006/po_04/Kerjasama-Pas-dalam-DAP-PKR-rugikan-orang-Melayu-Islam

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Sheeple: Following a herd mentality

The DAP evangelistas like to portray themselves as peace-loving. However, they portray their opponents as the very opposite.

Guan Eng says Umno is a “pukul orang” party that uses “taktik-taktik keras dan ganas”. Papa Dapster says Umno “memang jahat”.

Mama Dapster says Umno is “evil”. Hannah Yeoh also says Umno is “wicked”. And “racist”. And “extremist”.

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Luuurrve, Luuurrve, Luuurrve

DAP evangelistas like to depict themselves as being mild and meek as well. (And you better believe it.)

Their supporters also say declare that they love the Muslims. (And you must believe that — see photo above.)

It is because they love Muslims so much that the meek and mild DAP evangelistas claim your god Allah is their God too.

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47 thoughts on “Peace-loving flock of sheeple, meek and mild

  1. Yeah it’s getting hotter and hotter day by day. I’ve try to warning people’s how if this poling continue one of these day they will go too far.

    Let just say I got the bad feeling that it will start either from Selangor or Penang. I hope I’m wrong Helen but with a lot of tension right now it’s only take one Kurang ajar provocation to incite the mob retaliation. Enough provocation and it will catch on like a widfire.

    :l sarah

      1. I think so too…it is ironic that the much touted paragon of ethnic harmony and the poster child of Bangsa Malaysia is now the epicenter of ethnic conflict. This is what happens when you have street-politician as the CM.

      2. Helen,

        PAS is strongest in Kelantan. More than 90% of “rakyat” Kelantan is Malays. chinese forms less than 5% of the population.

        PAS used to mock UMNO by saying that in Kelantan, there is no racial problem (between Malays and chinese) . What PAS said is that racial problem between Malays and Chinese(in states ruled by UMNO) are UMNO’s own doing, due to much abused word “assabiyah”.

        I told them that Kelntan does not face racial problem as Malays form more than 90% of population. it is simply stupid if not suicidal for Chinese to clash with Malays who vastly outnumbered them.

        But the situation is different in Perak, Selangor, WP, and most importantly Penang. In Selangor, Chinese forms almost 40% of population. AND THE PERCENTAGE of voters is much higher as many Malays do not register as voters.

        Besides, DAP is the senior partner in Selangor government despite MB being a Malay Muslim. And in Penang, DAP controls the politics. Being inherently racist, DAP waits for no one. Malay stalls demolished but Chinese stalls spared. Malay kampung bulldozed.

        DAP’s tactic is to accuse those who question it as racist. It is a deflection tactic. And Najib’s refusal to act make thing worse.

        So, Malays can imagine life under DAP. Even with UMNO ruling the federal level, Malays are already pushed to the limit by non stop slandering. So do think the predicament should UMNO lose power.

        AND I NOTICE MAlays too are changing. I notice the mood is less “apologetic” nowadays. I was told that older chinese people are alarmed when they heard Malays loudly reminding Chinese about May 13 during the street procession to protest Machang Bubuk ADUN’s insulting act

        1. re: “DAP’s tactic is to accuse those who question it as racist. It is a deflection tactic.”

          Ditto the evangelistas. They fabricate all kinds of accusations against me as a deflection tactic when they are exposed in this blog.

          1. Helen,

            Guan eng insulted Jahara, ADUN Teluk Air Tawar for simply asking why Malay stalls demolished but Chinese stalls spared. She asked in the august house.

            If Guan Eng rejected her accusation, then Guan Eng must explain why the difference in treatment between Malay and Chinese stalls. Instead he accused Jahara of being “racist grandma”.

            Guan Eng did not reply. He just absolved himself by deflecting. In plain language, Guan eng talked but not answering.

            .

        2. “AND THE PERCENTAGE of voters is much higher as many Malays do not register as voters.”

          They are voters but not in selangor. Most of them are either from the east coast, down south or up north.

          These are the people who migrate to the city to elevate their economic state but go back kampung to vote, for raya or any long holidays.

          I have been told that the highest population of kelantanese outside of kelantan is in bandar baru bangi.

          Selangor is where you earn a living.

      1. This is probably due to the Allah banner issue. The banner that no group is claiming credit for. I’ve read that the churches filed police reports. I’ve also read some comments that the mamaks of Umno were the ones responsible. I’m waiting for the police to complete their investigations an hopefully there will be people charged under the Akta Hasutan.

        The Malays are non confrontational people. Everyone knows that, even the government acknowledged that fact. That is why the Kementerian Pendidikan was quick to issue a press release telling the Pengarah Pendidikan Perak to issue a warning letter to the teacher and transfer him out of the area. That is why whenever there is a rally, be it called Bersih or Turun or Kalimah Allah, the authorities will always monitor and try to control the Malay NGO’s and Umno. Because just as everyone knows the Malays are non-confrontational, the Malays are also known for amok. And I believe no one wants to confront a Malay yang sedang mengamok.

        So before, we reach the point of no return, I hope the government will sit with the opposition (after all, Anwar is finally willing to sit down for a discussion) to find a solution.

          1. He is calling for a dialogue amongst the top leadership of all parties on national issues. I can’t stand the man at all but under the circumstances, i guess the government has to sit even with the enemies if it can head towards a resolution. I’m all for a peaceful resolution base on a compromise that people can agree on and of course, berlandaskan perlembagaan.

              1. Did I read some speculation that he’s making way for Anwar? I mean, really, seriously?

                If that’s true, I foresee a very bleak future for the nation. I mean we already have LKS planning his GE2023 campaign; no-contest Umno leadership elections; Mr Singh will probably rule from an orthopedic bed in 2018 and now Anwar planning to rule Selangor?

                1. My state, I live in Selangor :( and certainly don’t fancy Anwar mentoring Madame Speaker.

                  1. He is not mentoring Madam Speaker, he is taking control over Selangor from Khalid Ibrahim after Azmin was sacked as PKNS BOD.

                    1. Azmin is Anwar’s “Darling” and Mama Dapster is MB’s “Darling”, she may not be that powerful anymore for when that happens Azmin will have more say than she does.

                    2. Remember I asked a question before whether anyone has seen Azmin pix together with Mama Dapster in the media before. Mama Dapster is Nurul Izzah’s BFF while Azmin is Nurul’s arch nemesis.

              2. I wonder why Madam Speaker is so cool about this matter. That an ADUN resigning within months is a mockery of democratic process and an insult to the electorate. why is she allowing such joke being played out at the expense of people ?

                She failed her first test as the Speaker. She doesn’t even know the reason for resignation..

                1. This is not the first time, Wan Azizah had done the same before for Anwar Ibrahim, and Tun M had also commented along the same line like you did.

                2. re: why is she allowing such joke being played out at the expense of people ?

                  She has no power to reject the resignation unless the letter was fraudulently given. Her job is to inform the EC accordingly.

                  re: She failed her first test as the Speaker. She doesn’t even know the reason for resignation..

                  Let say you want to tender resignation of your current job. Must you state your reason whether in verbal or written form? As long as you resign as per the terms of your employment, that is good enough. You need not give reason in order for your resignation to be valid.

                  1. This is not a typical current job, he was elected and trusted by the people of your constituency, as a good leader you just can’t simply abandon them, plus having another election will incur millions of tax payers money, not to mention time wasted.

                    Re. As long as you resign as per the terms of your employment, that is good enough. You need not give reason in order for your resignation to be valid.

                    Most company will try to retain their best and brightest employees, thus they will ensure to keep track for reason of leaving. This is normally indicated in the exit interview form. They don’t give a hoot if you are just an average employee, where most them will cite reason for leaving such as better salary, better position or changing industry etc. If you are good they will counter offer you.

                    What NONSENSE are you talking about.

                    1. lol,

                      Please refer to the original message of calvinsankaran. He is attributing fault on the speaker for not rejecting the resignation and not knowing the reason of resignation. I replied saying that speaker has no power to reject and demand reason of resignation. Then you suddenly came in with your opinion. I respect your points but your respond is totally out of scope. I am telling calvinsankaran that Speaker has no power to reject resignation and demand reason. As simple as that.

                      re: Most company will try to retain their best and brightest employees, thus they will ensure to keep track for reason of leaving. This is normally indicated in the exit interview form.

                      Agree with you on the above. I can tell you that no one is compelled to state their reason of leaving in such form. Even if it does, anyone can write anything. As long as you resign as per the terms of employment, your resignation is valid.

                      Hope you get the gist of my reply to calvinsankaran. Don’t merely respond to my points without looking at what calvinsankaran said.

                    2. As the boss (management), HY n rest should know reason of leaving if they r good management. It is their job to find out reasons n therefore to learn for the betterment of its management.

                      As a good employee, this ex ADUN should indicate his reason for leaving, off course not one can compel him to, but I said, as a good employee. Even in grievance, for the betterment of the company that he left behind, he should say. more so, since this ex ADUN would still have ties with PKR, the so called partner in his ex ’employer’

                      So dear hatch, u totally talk NONSENSE.

                      But this is all academic anyway. We now know the reason for his resignation, eh!

                    3. In addition, management of a company would always try to reject any resignation of a good employee n more so, if such resignation will have such bad impact on the company. They will try their best to dissuade the leaving.

                      So much Nonsense, eh hatch, esp now we know the nonsense reason behind the resignation. So Anwar will be Sate Kajang king :)

                    4. hatch,

                      I have read both and I have even responded to Calvin’s. My comment is in respond to yours.

                  2. Re. As long as you resign as per the terms of your employment, that is good enough. You need not give reason in order for your resignation to be valid.

                    I’m acknowledging here that I do not know the terms of employment for an elected representative pertaining to resignation. I thought (and a few other people I spoke to shared my view) when someone is elected to represent the rakyat, he would hold that position until he dies or the Dewan is dissolved and another election is called (whichever comes first), or he is for some legal reason expelled from the Dewan. I did not know that someone would actually go through the process of being vetted and campaigned and elected to office then decided that he wants to be a stay-at-home dad and resign. (When I was younger, the most common reason to quit among my female friends was to be a full time housewife.)

                    So it would be helpful to have your educated views on the terms of employment regarding resignation for an elected representative.

          2. Helen,

            Anwar loves to be the centre of attraction. He often self styles himself as a saviour.

            Remember he repeatedly said he would not challenge Tun Ghaffar. nobody asked him. He brought the issue repeatedly, thus creating impression that many in UMNO wanted Tun Ghaffar stepping down. The truth is that Anwar is the person who wanted Tun Ghaffar down in order for him to take over

            So, I pray Najib does not fall into Anwar’s trap. Why must Najib let Anwar dictate the course. Najib is the PM. He receives mandate. His UMNO led government is recognised worldwide.

            Anwar’s call for BN-PR talk is a ploy to trap Najib. Why must Najib ‘layan” useless politician like Anwar.

            1. Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: “The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, “Three are the signs of a hypocrite: ‘When he speaks, he lies’; ‘when he makes a promise, he breaks it’; and ‘when he is trusted, he betrays his trust’.”

              Ibn Mas`ud (ra) reported: The Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) said, “Truth leads to virtue and virtue leads to Paradise. A man may persist in speaking the truth till he is recorded with Allah as a truthful man. But Falsehood leads to transgression and transgression leads to the Hell-fire. A man may continue to utter falsehoods till he is recorded with Allah as a great liar.”
              [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

        1. Some interesting points about the banners:

          1. The same banners, with the same design and same text were hung at Catholic churches and an Anglican church. Two different denominations with different doctrines and leadership structure (and a lot of historical rivalry). It is highly unlikely the churches would have collaborated on a ‘joint venture’ for these banners.

          2. Furthermore, the churches have denied putting up the banners. Since they are the main proponents in this issue, it does not sound logical for them to put up many banners at once, only to deny it at the last minute.

          No, it is likely from some group out to create trouble. So that opposition-controlled states can be taken back under the pretext of a Mageran-type council. So that Najib can be discredited and deposed. So that the ‘gods’ can control the government again directly with their tentacles.

          1. Re: 1. The same banners, with the same design and same text were hung at Catholic churches and an Anglican church. Two different denominations with different doctrines and leadership structure (and a lot of historical rivalry). It is highly unlikely the churches would have collaborated on a ‘joint venture’ for these banners.

            2. Furthermore, the churches have denied putting up the banners. Since they are the main proponents in this issue, it does not sound logical for them to put up many banners at once, only to deny it at the last minute.

            No, it is likely from some group out to create trouble.

            I concur with you up to this point.

            It’s obvious that the churches or Christians are not behind this.

            The perpetrators and their dangerous intent are unmistakable but their methods are as crude as they are.

  2. In Malaysia we have to face fanatic DAP Chinese at International scene we have PRC power crazy try to bully small nation and Malaysia about to lose James Shoal to PRC– James Shoa was located 50 miles to Sibu. Let see how many patriot amongst DAPSTER who give their lives to Malaysia OR ran away like a RAT.

    As a nation failed to secure James Shoal mean we will lose Petroleum & LNG money.

    Chinese ships patrol area contested by Malaysia

      1. Well, Mr Proud Muslim/Malay above, there anon here has given you the answer to how patriotic some people are.

        This is what happens when you are too busy with in-fighting,and your Mindef is HH, outsiders can take advantage. Let’s hope it doesn’t go to International Courts. Some silly judge may decide James Shoal must belong to China since they are busy patrolling the territory. Batu Putih history repeats?

    1. Proud to be Muslim … ,

      You are an absolute moron, you know.

      Here we are at a time when we need ALL Malaysians to unite and make a stand, and there you are busy beating up fellow Malaysians of Chinese ancestry.

      And you claim to be proud to be a Muslim and a Malay?

      Well, I am sorry but you are a very poor example of a Muslim and you are an embarrasement to the Malays.

      1. Re. Here we are at a time when we need ALL Malaysians to unite and make a stand, and there you are busy beating up fellow Malaysians of Chinese ancestry.

        His/her exact words are “In Malaysia we have to face fanatic DAP Chinese at International scene we have PRC power crazy try to bully small nation”

        He/she didn’t generalize but very specific to a particular group. So what is your problem actually?

        Re. Well, I am sorry but you are a very poor example of a Muslim and you are an embarrasement to the Malays.

        And you must be one of those “Godsend” that have been channeling lurve…lurve…lurve…

        BTW, who cares who you are anyway…

  3. Hello – Anon 7:23pm,

    I guess standard 1 student can give a good answer, PRC navy have no Fcuk business doing in Malaysia water.

    The James Shoal just 50 miles from Sibu, Sarawak and distance between James Shoal to Hainan Island 10,000 miles. I says your mathematic or geography suck, go back to school. Firstly, PRC has no business to patrol James Shoal and James Shoal was part of Malaysia Maritime – Under UN Charta – Maritime boundary claim by 200km. follow UN CLCS standard.

    Fcuk PRC Navy was far away from home water, last year they try to bully Philippines and Vietnam. Last month they made self-proclaim at East China Sea, has fcuk piss-off Korea and Japan.

  4. Siapa yang mula cetuskan isu kalimah “ALLAH”
    Siapa yang cetuskan pergaduhan 13 May 1969.
    Siapa yang buat rakyat gelisah, yang bolih cetuskan perbalahan.
    Apakah memang mereka bukan PEACE LOVING PEOPLE.
    TAKKAN PASAL MEREKA MALAYSIA JADI HURUHARA.
    27 JUTA RAKYAT AKAN MERANA !

  5. I am on a business trip to SG and the Straits Times sounds like they have outsourced their Malaysia news to Mkini and MI. The front page today carried Anwar’s warning about possible ethnic clash.

    I read in MI today that a church was “fire-bombed”. Well, I am not an english literaure student but I thought some guys merely threw some Molotov cocktails rather than “firebombing” the Church.

    I bet tomorrow’s front page in the Straits Times will scream that “churches were firebombed” in Malaysia. Another thing that some foreign new agencies too been inflitrated by Dapters. I have read Malaysian news while on a business trip that had the trademark MI/MKini biased reporting.

    For example. the news today by AP/AFP said that Najib’s statement that the Selangor case is a state matter and that the 10-point solutions stays otherwise. It reported that many people were disappointed by this statement.

    Unless you speak with the evangelist Dapsters, I don’t think too many other Malaysians were disappointed. I really wonder what happened to good old fashion journalistic ethics…

  6. Ms H. Please note that it is only in our beloved Malaysia that these “christians” (some of them practise polygamy) are so active in politics as compared with others in the whole wide world. I have never seen such mass conning ever except in one or two cases which they committed mass suicide.

  7. ANWAR ialah calon PKR untuk pilihanraya kecil DUN Kajang. Ia diumum sebentar tadi dalam PC di Hq PKR dihadir Anwar dan MB Khalid – Agendanews

    1. Ha ha tak dapat jadi PM, jadi MB pun jadi lah..

      Yakin benar ke dia ni yang Sultan Selangor akan approve perlantikan dia ni nanti..

      1. “Desperado”

        Desperado, why don’t you come to your senses?
        You been out ridin’ fences for so long now
        Oh, you’re a hard one
        I know that you got your reasons
        These things that are pleasin’ you
        Can hurt you somehow

        Don’t you draw the queen of diamonds, boy
        She’ll beat you if she’s able
        You know the queen of hearts is always your best bet

        Now it seems to me, some fine things
        Have been laid upon your table
        But you only want the ones that you can’t get

        Desperado, oh, you ain’t gettin’ no younger
        Your pain and your hunger, they’re drivin’ you home
        And freedom, oh freedom well, that’s just some people talkin’
        Your prison is walking through this world all alone

        Don’t your feet get cold in the winter time?
        The sky won’t snow and the sun won’t shine
        It’s hard to tell the night time from the day
        You’re losin’ all your highs and lows
        Ain’t it funny how the feeling goes away?

        Desperado, why don’t you come to your senses?
        Come down from your fences, open the gate
        It may be rainin’, but there’s a rainbow above you
        You better let somebody love you, before it’s too late

        Writer(s): Don Henley, bin zi, Glenn Lewis Frey, yi shi luo

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