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What is Zahid doing about it?

They’re sporting the Hanana look, i.e. the Bangsa Malaysia must-have styling. Asia’s Next Top Model, 22-year-old Malaysian Sheena Liam. See story today in The J-Star.

Her hair colour is bleached, by the way.

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ABOVE: Others, and also many bottle blondes among them.

Zero Chinese.

All Malaysians.

Why do the all-Malaysians-zero-Chinese bleached blondes turn our national flag upside down?

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Hatred

About the British Overseas Citizen (BOC) travel document holders reported in The Sun Daily today, Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi is quoted to have said:

  • they tore up their passport because they hate Malaysia
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  • they did not want to return because of this hatred
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  • they no longer have any loyalty to this country.

Perhaps Zahid could enlighten us as to whether it is only the some among the 1,000 odd BOC holders who hate Malaysia. Or are there more of them?

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Feel the love

Never mind that the Home Minister said there are some Chinese – whom contacted DAP Tanjong MP Ng Wei Aik to resolve their problem of statelessness – that simply loathe and despise Malaysia.

Well, that’s what Zahid thinks.

On the other hand, there are too many people (don’t forget that Pakatan received 51% of the popular vote compared to the BN’s 47%) who believe that the DAP is all about love, brotherhood, transcending race and building bridges.

Oh yes, and about Justice, Integrity plus promoting World Peace too.

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Is it love or is it hate?

The Dapsters swear that it is BN supporters who are full of vitriol, spewing venom and spreading hate.

They have a thorough control of the Chinese and English social and new media. And some mainstream media too.

Also please bear in mind that the Dapsters are only the grunts (foot soldiers). It is the evangelistas who are the brains directing operations (the Generalissimo). The opposition is winning the battle of perception.

Learning from history, back in October 1951 of the Emergency, the British had already stationed 380,000 armed personnel in Malaya to fight the Bintang Tiga.

How many police personnel does Zahid have presently fighting the Bintang Lima?

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45 thoughts on “What is Zahid doing about it?

  1. even after the idiot 1000 tore their malaysian passport, got rejected by the Brits.. some of them actually performed demo in front of the malayian embassy frequently ..even after doing something so stupid themselves, they direct their anger at Malaysia…

    i bet even when they are snatched by the holy spirit in rapture.. they will still direct their wrath at malaysia.

  2. “On the other hand, there are too many people (don’t forget that Pakatan received 51% of the popular vote compared to the BN’s 47%) who believe that the DAP is all about love, brotherhood, transcending race and building bridges.”

    Fifty one percent. That would be a majority. I am just saying…

      1. ‘Sheep are in the majority in New Zealand.’

        Hahahahaha.

        I suppose the majority in New Zealand wanted to change the name into New Sheepland, what say you ACDC?

        Hahahahaha, me just saying…

      2. With the trend in the last general election… 51 to 47, and Najib paying less attention to the hawks in his party, the New Zealanders will have no worries about losing that crown. :)

        1. re: “Najib paying less attention to the hawks in his party”

          The Prez ignores them at his own peril. Sleepy Dollah did.

          As for the power of the hawks, Zahid Hamidi called a press conference in double quick time after the swift Malay backlash over the BOC holders returning.

          1. 51%, 49%, they refer to the people who actually voted. If you were to include those who did not register as voters and those who did register as voters but did not vote, 51% takes on a different interpretation.

            As for the hawks, they represent a considerable force within the party. If you include those outside the party, those from NGOs, then the numbers add up much higher.

            1. On the 47% vs 51% popular vote

              Yup.

              The Chinese played their last card on 5 May 2013 and have no more aces up their sleeve.

              They were doing voter registration exercise like crazy and also strategically placing their voters. As a result, the Chinese were way over-represented in the electorate (see chart below) while the PPTA selamba aje to the point that the sleeping giant did not know what hit them (hence Najib’s genuine surprise on the night when the GE13 results came in).

              In the 1999 general election, Najib obtained 13,148 votes for his Pekan parliament seat while his PAS challenger got 12,907. Najib only scraped through with a thin majority of 241 votes.

              Umno received 50.25% support and PAS 49.33% in Pekan in that year. But the PM learned his lesson and today Pekan is secured.

              Ummo will not allow itself to be blind sided again in GE14. They may be tidak apa but they’re waking up as the hudud gambit is showing.

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            2. “If you were to include those who did not register as voters and those who did register as voters but did not vote, 51% takes on a different interpretation.”

              The same can be said for the forty seven percent.

              “Ummo will not allow itself to be blind sided again in GE14. They may be tidak apa but they’re waking up as the hudud gambit is showing.”

              At the expense and unhappiness of its partners, including the East Malaysians. The Sabahans and Sarawakians are beginning to voice out and become more assertive. This, I am getting from an associate from the inner circle across the South China Sea.

              Umno is not sleeping. It is just mostly clueless.

              1. re: “If you were to include those who did not register as voters and those who did register as voters but did not vote, 51% takes on a different interpretation. The same can be said for the forty seven percent.”

                You know how to read bar graphs or not? It’s a fact that the Chinese voters were over-registered in 2013.

                re: “At the expense and unhappiness of its partners”

                (1) Umno sudah jatuhkan talak ke atas MCA and is for all intents and purposes ignoring (or indifferent) to Gerakan. Both these Chinese and Chinese-dominated parties are screaming blue murder at the hudud development but do you see that Umno cares a jot about their objections?

                (2) Najib went to the ground directly himself to woo the Indians and bypassing the MIC. Waytha Moorthy’s appointment was a facet of this (belief that like MCA, the MIC too is unable to deliver the Indian vote although not to the extend of the Chinese washout).

                As to the MIC’s effectiveness and whether it will raise any protest to be heard by Big Brother, let’s monitor the developments on this latest (Deepa vs Indian convert Izwan Abdullah) child snatching case and see if the MIC defends the Hindu mother. (Nope, Vell Paari doesn’t count as he’s not MIC mainstream.)

                re: “At the expense and unhappiness of … the Sabahans and Sarawakians are beginning to voice out and become more assertive.”

                I’ve no quarrels with you over this appraisal. In fact, I’d already earlier suggested that the next DPM should be an East Malaysian to appease the increasing assertiveness of the Borneans.

                re: “Umno is not sleeping. It is just mostly clueless.”

                It may be so. Which is why the canny Daim and the super canny Dr Mahathir appear to be getting antsy. Not to mention other powerful but low profile Umno players behind the scenes.

                A former Chief Justice a former Election Commission Chief have joined and are leading Perkasa while a former IGP delivered the keynote address at Perkasa’s second AGM.

                1. ‘Not to mention other powerful but low profile Umno players behind the scenes.’

                  Unlike Cinas, the Malays don’t have to scream out loud to be heard.

                  1. re: “Unlike Cinas, the Malays don’t have to scream out loud to be heard.”

                    You may have a point there.

    1. I was wondering why so many of the youths in the flag photo had coloured their hair blond. Can you hazard a guess?

      Sheena – also a young person – just so happens to be the latest bottle blonde to be in the news (very current, reported today).

      Young Chinese are trend followers, it seems.

      1. A lot of those protesters are wearing jeans.

        I see many Malaysians in jeans at KLCC, Sentral, Puduraya, Brickfields, Ipoh, Melaka, Kangar, and many other places. Young Malay ladies in tudung and skin-tight jeans seem to be a trend too.

        1. I see many sheeple like you too in many DAP watering holes. It seems to be the trend that you folks are wearing your otak on your kneecap.

          1. Love it helen.. I agree with u..bottle blondes? Hahaha.. so true.. Lots of orang puteh wannabe. Yes other race did it too but among my chinese friends 9 of 10 are bottle blondes.. To those 1000 call BOC.. padan muka korang… or as Sabahan said.. “na…baru ko tau.. apa ko rasa? Oren?”

          2. I see you are angry that I am not taking in your straw-men logic without question, unlike our friend islam1st and the other sheep in this blog.

            1. Why should I be angry? No, rather I sorrow at your plight.

              DAP is taking you all to hell in a hand basket.

              Was race relations ever this bad before the Chinese tsunami? Was there ever so much religious tensions prior to the rise and rise of the evangelistas?

              You sheeple are a shrinking minority. Umno Malays and PAS Malays are closing ranks, as my poll on hudud shows.

              Only 0.2 percent of your kind are soldiers and 1.8 percent police.

              Your kind constantly insult the men in blue as “corrupt”, “Nazis” and “anjing Umno” and the armed forces (TLDM, TUDM) as “incompetent”, “useless”, e.g. over the MH370 turnback and breaching airspace, the sea search for the missing plane

              You think that the bumiputera who form the backbone of the uniformed services will have much sympathy for Dapsters when comes crunch time?

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              1. “You sheeple are a shrinking minority.”

                Kajang. Malay-majority seat. Pakatan Rakyat trumps the UMNO-led Barisan Nasional with a larger percentage of the vote.

                “Umno Malays and PAS Malays are closing ranks, as my poll on hudud shows.”

                Your poll also found that the majority wanted Khairy out. Yet, what happened? Khairy won and he has strengthened his position in the party.

                In fact, Najib has been paying less and less attention to the conservatives and ‘ultra’ factions within Umno, much to the disappointment of Mahathir.

                “Your kind constantly insult the men in blue as “corrupt”, “Nazis” and “anjing Umno” and the armed forces (TLDM, TUDM) as “incompetent”, “useless”, e.g. over the MH370 turnback and breaching airspace, the sea search for the missing plane”

                What do you call a failure to act when a large unidentified plane appearing on radar manages to enter and exit our airspace?

                Besides, the criticism toward the top brass has also been emanating from the Malays. Why just mention the criticism from Chinese Malaysians, if not to rile up your readers into another two-minute hate?

                1. re: “Kajang. Malay-majority seat. Pakatan Rakyat trumps the UMNO-led Barisan Nasional with a larger percentage of the vote.”

                  The Kajang electorate is overly Chinese with 40 percent Chinese voters compared to national population figure of 25 percent.

                  Malays voters at 48 percent are less than half (50%) and thus Kajang cannot be said to be an absolute Malay-majority seat albeit it is Malay majority vis-a-vis the other ethnicities.

                  It is difficult for BN to win any seat that’s composed 48% Malay-40% Chinese when 90 percent of Chinese votes are going to Pakatan and the Malay votes are almost evenly split. This calculation applies to other constituencies beyond Kajang and Umno will have to strategize accordingly.

                  Wan Azizah who is the PKR president received less votes in terms of absolute numbers compared to her predecessor who was a Chinese “nobody” (no personal offence intended, just an assessment wrt election weightage) and slotted in at the last minute to rpelace the outgoing Adun.

                  MCA’s Chew Mei Fun also lost all the polling districts in the Chinese areas of Sg Chua.

                  SG CHUA SATU

                  BN/MCA : 826
                  PR/PKR : 2551
                  UNDI ROSAK : 12
                  MAJORITI : -1725 (KALAH)

                  SG CHUA DUA

                  BN/MCA : 487
                  PR/PKR : 1475
                  UNDI ROSAK : 11
                  MAJORITI : -988 (KALAH)

                  SG CHUA TIGA

                  BN/MCA : 124
                  PR/PKR : 410
                  UNDI ROSAK : 2
                  MAJORITI : -286 (KALAH)

                  SG CHUA EMPAT

                  BN/MCA : 157
                  PR/PKR : 468
                  UNDI ROSAK : 2
                  MAJORITI : -311 (KALAH)

                  SG CHUA LIMA

                  BN/MCA : 366
                  PR/PKR : 1099
                  UNDI ROSAK : 51
                  MAJORITI : -733 (KALAH)

                  re: “Your poll also found that the majority wanted Khairy out. Yet, what happened? Khairy won and he has strengthened his position in the party.”

                  Ever hear the term “money talks”? If not, look up Umno history, party election, Youth chief election and the Umno disciplinary board finding of who was guilty of “money politics”.

                  re: “In fact, Najib has been paying less and less attention to the conservatives and ‘ultra’ factions within Umno, much to the disappointment of Mahathir.”

                  Not very wise of anyone to underestimate the Tun’s influence.

                  re: “What do you call a failure to act when a large unidentified plane appearing on radar manages to enter and exit our airspace?”

                  You think life is a Top Gun movie and they’d be scrambling fighter jets at (approx.) 1.30am?

                  re: “Besides, the criticism toward the top brass has also been emanating from the Malays. Why just mention the criticism from Chinese Malaysians, if not to rile up your readers into another two-minute hate?”

                  Yes, criticism has been emanating from the totem guardian spirits of Umno and I’ve covered Tun Daim’s and Tun M’s here. Your response to this is that they’re the hawks that Najib is not interested in paying attention to.

                  I’ve also covered in my blog the criticisms of Umno by Malay bloggers and your response has been that they’re Isma-type extremists who hate MIC and Indians too.

                  So why macam kera kena belacan when it comes to criticism from Chinese Malaysians? You wanna play in the kitchen but can’t take the heat?

                  1. “Malays voters at 48 percent are less than half (50%) and thus Kajang cannot be said to be an absolute Malay-majority seat albeit it is Malay majority vis-a-vis the other ethnicities.”

                    It still is a Malay-majority seat. Pakatan Rakyat would not have received a bigger majority and 60 percent of the vote as it was the case.

                    “It is difficult for BN to win any seat that’s composed 48% Malay-40% Chinese when 90 percent of Chinese votes are going to Pakatan and the Malay votes are almost evenly split. This calculation applies to other constituencies beyond Kajang and Umno will have to strategize accordingly.”

                    Yes. The Barisan Nasional has to restrategise. Focus on issues about the economy, affordable housing, crime, the cost of living, in other terms, bread and butter issues. Less “let them eat cake” approach and stay away from the race and religion baiting.

                    The Pakatan actually got more of the Malay vote in the by-election.

                    “Wan Azizah who is the PKR president received less votes in terms of absolute numbers compared to her predecessor who was a Chinese “nobody””

                    She received a larger percentage of the votes cast.

                    “Ever hear the term “money talks”? If not, look up Umno history, party election, Youth chief election and the Umno disciplinary board finding of who was guilty of “money politics”.”

                    Tell me something we do not know. Yet, the pro-Mahathir faction is not clean from vote-buying either.

                    “You think life is a Top Gun movie and they’d be scrambling fighter jets at (approx.) 1.30am?”

                    So why did we spend hundreds of millions on those Sukhois, Hornets, MiG-29, weapons systems, and radar for? To look nice sitting in the TUDM hangars?

                    Does our Armed Forces have office hours? That any airspace intrusion, pre-emptive attack, crisis, will be attended to in the next business day? Please leave a message after the beep.

                    “Yes, criticism has been emanating from the totem guardian spirits of Umno and I’ve covered Tun Daim’s and Tun M’s here. Your response to this is that they’re the hawks that Najib is not interested in paying attention to.”

                    Criticism has also been coming from the Malays in the Opposition.

                    1. re: “Focus on issues about the economy, affordable housing, crime, the cost of living, in other terms, bread and butter issues. Less “let them eat cake” approach and stay away from the race and religion baiting.”

                      Don’t bullshit lah.

                      In Penang where got affordable housing while in Selangor, the cost of living is spiralling more than elsewhere with the exception of perhaps KL-FT.

                      Where Pakatan got focus on bread and butter issues? Basic necessity like piped water pun tak bagi (every 48 hours). Rubbish collection in S’gor? Drain sweeping? Grass cutting? ’nuff said.

                      What are the issues that DAP has focussed on? Demanding RCI for Memali that happened almost 30 years ago. Demanding Parliamentary Select Committee on MH370. RCI on TBH. These are not bread and butter issues. These are to run down BN’s competency.

                      re: “The Pakatan actually got more of the Malay vote in the by-election.”

                      The turnout was much lower. Obviously the PPTA supporters stayed at home. It could be a boycott of the Chinese MCA candidate.

                      re: “Wan Azizah who is the PKR president received less votes in terms of absolute numbers compared to her predecessor who was a Chinese “nobody” / “She received a larger percentage of the votes cast.”

                      The Chinese support the Kajang move as important for the march to Putrajaya. That’s what the election billboards touted: “From Kajang to Putrajaya”.

                      re: “Tell me something we do not know. Yet, the pro-Mahathir faction is not clean from vote-buying either.”

                      But the disciplinary board found KJ guilty, not Mukhriz. And mind you, at that time (2009), it was Sleepy Dollah who was Umno president and PM whereas the Tun was out in the cold and had even quit the party in a maverick gesture of protest.

                      re: “So why did we spend hundreds of millions on those Sukhois, Hornets, MiG-29, weapons systems, and radar for? To look nice sitting in the TUDM hangars?”

                      To shoot Singapore? :) :) :)

                      re: “Does our Armed Forces have office hours? That any airspace intrusion, pre-emptive attack, crisis, will be attended to in the next business day? Please leave a message after the beep.”

                      The plane was a MAS passenger Boeing. Not a military aircraft belonging to a hostile country at war with us.

                      re: “Criticism has also been coming from the Malays in the Opposition.”

                      The Malays in the Opposition read my blog too but they don’t run smear campaigns against me like the Red Beaners do (I’m not claiming that they’ve registered the name “RBA” with ROS but for the sake of convenience, we need to call the DAP cybertroopers something snappy).

                    2. “Where Pakatan got focus on bread and butter issues?”

                      Who has been raising a ruckus over the GST, price increases, higher cost of living, toll concessions, and other issues? Certainly not the Barisan Nasional.

                      “Obviously the PPTA supporters stayed at home. It could be a boycott of the Chinese MCA candidate.”

                      Evidence please. They are also saying there were less Chinese votes going to PKR, and lower turnouts of Chinese voters.

                      “The plane was a MAS passenger Boeing. Not a military aircraft belonging to a hostile country at war with us.”

                      It was considered ‘unidentified’ on our radar screens, according to news reports. Off-course, no radio contact. It certainly warrants a scramble to investigate, if no communication attempt was successful.

                      “…we need to call the DAP cybertroopers something snappy).”

                      Something was needed to excuse the failures of Barisan Nasional’s cyber squad to counter the pro-Opposition sentiment on the internet. Hence, the Red Bean Army was created as a catch-all excuse.

                      Now, taxi drivers to the person who flips your roti canais are alleged members of the Red Bean Army.

                    3. re: “Who has been raising a ruckus over the GST, price increases, higher cost of living, toll concessions, and other issues?”

                      Raising a ruckus is not solving the problem. Raising a ruckus is beating empty tin cans and making a lot of noise.

                      re: “Obviously the PPTA supporters stayed at home. It could be a boycott of the Chinese MCA candidate.” / “Evidence please. They are also saying there were less Chinese votes going to PKR, and lower turnouts of Chinese voters.”

                      Obviously voters across the board stayed at home. It was 72 percent for the by-election compared with 88 percent during GE13.

                      Take the polling district Sg Kantan which BN had won in 2013, garnering 1,206 votes compared to PKR’s 786. Sg Kantan is an overwhelmingly Malay area (or otherwise BN would not have won there) and has 2,213 Malay voters, 142 Chinese voters, 103 Indian voters.

                      Now compare the by-election figures: BN 1,038 votes, PKR 813 votes.

                      This is a Malay area and Chinese only make up 5.7 percent of the Sg Kantan voters. So although the candidate was MCA, those voting BN would have been really Umno supporters.

                      SG KANTAN

                      BN
                      GE13: 1,206 votes
                      By-election: 1,038 votes

                      PKR
                      GE13: 786 votes
                      By-election: 813 votes

                      Wan Azizah collected more votes in Malay area Sg Kantan compared to the PKR Chinese candidate in May 2013.

                      Chew Mei Fun collected less votes in Malay area Sg Kantan compared to the MCA candidate in May 2013.

                      THEORY as to why the Parti Paling Tidak Apa supporters stayed at home: On 5 May 2013, the Umno Malays had no idea how hard the Chinese tsunami was going to hit. However by 24 March 2013, the Umno Malays have had enough of the MCA pengkhianat-biawak hidup and decide to boycott the BN Chinese, same as the campaign against Chinese products.

                      MCA suffered a drastic drop percentage in Malay votes in Sg Kantan polling district.

                      re: “They are also saying there were less Chinese votes going to PKR, and lower turnouts of Chinese voters.”

                      Both the above assumption can still be true and not interfere in any way with my theory that the PPTA supporters stayed home. The turnout dropped by a whopping 16 percent after all.

                      re: “The plane was a MAS passenger Boeing. Not a military aircraft belonging to a hostile country at war with us.” / “It was considered ‘unidentified’ on our radar screens”

                      Radar can tell the size of aircraft lah. MH370 is a big plane.

                      re: “Hence, the Red Bean Army was created as a catch-all excuse.”

                      I don’t go into social media so I’m not the best person to argue this, and also it’s pointless to argue with an odikal such as you. It’s like Galileo Galilei trying to argue with the Christian Inquisition that the Earth is not flat.

                      However, the RBA troops are real (just like the Special Branch are real) even if they’re not formally called “RBA”. There are RBA-manned Facebooks. You have to read Utusan to follow the details.

                    4. “Raising a ruckus is not solving the problem. Raising a ruckus is beating empty tin cans and making a lot of noise.”

                      Raising a ruckus helped to remove the ISA.
                      Raising a ruckus helped to implement the minimum wage.
                      By raising a ruckus, the Broga incinerator plan was abandoned.
                      Raising a ruckus by Bersih gave the government a run for its money.
                      Raising a ruckus is helping build awareness to the plight of the Orang Asli and natives.
                      And so on…

                      A lot of changes we have seen in the last few years has been helped by raising a ruckus.

                      Sitting down, being submissive, and obedient does not bring change.

                      “THEORY as to why the Parti Paling Tidak Apa supporters stayed at home: On 5 May 2013, the Umno Malays had no idea how hard the Chinese tsunami was going to hit. However by 24 March 2013, the Umno Malays have had enough of the MCA pengkhianat-biawak hidup and decide to boycott the BN Chinese, same as the campaign against Chinese products.”

                      We are going to need proof of that.

                      The pro-Umno websites and social media have been pushing for the MCA candidate to win. Statements such as ‘if you vote Wan Azzizah, you support sodomy and are anti-Islam’ were tossed about. The hatred for Anwar and his immediate family among the Umno supporters is strong.

                      If the Umno supporters have been angry with the MCA, as your theory goes, they would not even have fielded the MCA candidate.

                      Lets look at the results for Sungai Kantan:

                      GE13:
                      BN: 1,206 votes
                      PKR: 786 votes
                      Total: 1992

                      By-election:
                      BN: 1,038 votes
                      PKR 813 votes
                      Total: 1851

                      Difference in total: 141

                      A mere difference of 141 votes. Hardly a boycott.

                      “Radar can tell the size of aircraft lah. MH370 is a big plane.”

                      So if it is a big unidentified plane with no flight plan on record, it cannot be military aircraft, according to Komander Helen Ang. Please do not disturb her again, she is busy playing Solitaire on the military network…

                      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tu-95

                      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_EP-3

                      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B-52

                      “However, the RBA troops are real (just like the Special Branch are real) even if they’re not formally called “RBA”. There are RBA-manned Facebooks. You have to read Utusan to follow the details.”

                      Utusan alleges that the RBA now includes taxi drivers, doctors, the person running the grocery shop, and the bank teller that processes your FD slips.

                      “RBA cetus kemarahan rakyat terhadap kerajaan”

                      “Fakhrul Azman Abu Bakar mendedahkan, RBA yang bertindak sebagai pengatur cara merosakkan keamanan negara itu terdiri daripada pegawai bank, pemandu teksi, peniaga kedai runcit/makanan, doktor perubatan, pensyarah kolej swasta dan mekanik.”

                      I wonder of all people, why mechanics? Anything to perpetuate the perpetual hysteria among government supporters, I suppose.

                    5. re: “A lot of changes we have seen in the last few years has been helped by raising a ruckus.”

                      You’re right about that. This raising a ruckus in general has pushed Umno into playing footsie with PAS on hudud.

                      The people responsible for raising the ruckus have empowered the rise of Isma (your favourite bogeyman) and other Muslim NGOs and Perkasa-like movements. Remember Newton’s Third Law of Motion.

                      re: “THEORY as to why the Parti Paling Tidak Apa supporters stayed at home” / “We are going to need proof of that”

                      If I was going to furnish you proof by persoanally interviewing the 2,000 voters in Sg Kantan, I wouldn’t have said that I was presenting a “THEORY” and spelled it in capital letters.

                      re: “A mere difference of 141 votes. Hardly a boycott.”

                      You’re misleading and misrepresenting the data. The difference of 141 was in the total turnout at Sg Kantan. And this is against the backdrop that actually more voters voted PKR in the by-election. The votes for Wan Azizah in this Malay area increased by 27 compared to those for her Chinese PKR predecessor.

                      Chew Mei Fun collected 168 votes less than her MCA predecessor in GE13. Percentage-wise, a reduction of 168 votes against the total 1,206 votes that BN had obtained in the GE is 14%.

                      A reduction of 14 percent BN votes in Sg Kanatan is big!

                      re: “Komander Helen Ang. Please do not disturb her again, she is busy playing Solitaire on the military network…”

                      Oh puhleez lah. Wanna tipu pun don’t lah kantoikan diri sendiri.

                      The MH370 is a Boeing 777 and its length is 73.9 metres.

                      The big military planes you cite are half the length — Lockheed 35.57 metres.

                      The other three aircrafts are also way small than the Boeing passenger plane. You said Tupolev (it’s only 46.2 metres). Ilyushin 46.6 metres is and the B-52 is 48.5 metres.

                      See what I mean about the way that you evangelistas argue. Regular readers will be aware that I’ve hardly blogged about MH370 at all, much less about aviation stuff. But you just had to go over the top. It’s really an excellent Show & Tell about what kind of people you are.

                      As for the RBA, I’ll leave you in your perpetually hysterical denial syndrome. Like I’ve said, I don’t monitor them because I don’t engage in social media (Facebook, Twitter).

                    6. Apologies for the minor typos above. Malas to proofread the cramped Comment Box earlier and waste more of my time and LUNCH hour! on a Benang Basah like this Acik-Ducik.

                    7. “You’re right about that. This raising a ruckus in general has pushed Umno into playing footsie with PAS on hudud.”

                      At the expense of the other coalition partners, chiefly Sabah and Sarawak.

                      “The people responsible for raising the ruckus have empowered the rise of Isma (your favourite bogeyman) and other Muslim NGOs and Perkasa-like movements. Remember Newton’s Third Law of Motion.”

                      Of course, whether these groups are effective is another issue. No sign of Isma’s influence in Kajang. Ibrahim Ali and Zul Noordin have flopped and are regarded mostly as clowns these days.

                      Similarly, the Ku Klux Klan was a reaction to the emancipation of slaves in the United States, and later, the civil rights movement.

                      “If I was going to furnish you proof by persoanally interviewing the 2,000 voters in Sg Kantan, I wouldn’t have said that I was presenting a “THEORY” and spelled it in capital letters.”

                      And a theory, needs proof to back it up. Otherwise, it is just a theory that anybody can write from thin air.

                      “re: “A mere difference of 141 votes. Hardly a boycott.”
                      You’re misleading and misrepresenting the data. The difference of 141 was in the total turnout at Sg Kantan. ”

                      That is right. If many people boycotted, they would not have bothered to come out to vote at all. Then again, there could be other reasons why they did not vote; fed up of politics, work, holiday plans, or other factors.

                      “And this is against the backdrop that actually more voters voted PKR in the by-election. The votes for Wan Azizah in this Malay area increased by 27 compared to those for her Chinese PKR predecessor.”

                      “Chew Mei Fun collected 168 votes less than her MCA predecessor in GE13. Percentage-wise, a reduction of 168 votes against the total 1,206 votes that BN had obtained in the GE is 14%. A reduction of 14 percent BN votes in Sg Kanatan is big!”

                      Statistically correct. Which means there is more support for the Pakatan Rakyat from the Malays, despite the constant propaganda tossed by the Barisan Nasional that the DAP is the king of the alliance.

                      “re: “Komander Helen Ang. Please do not disturb her again, she is busy playing Solitaire on the military network…”
                      Oh puhleez lah. Wanna tipu pun don’t lah kantoikan diri sendiri.
                      The MH370 is a Boeing 777 and its length is 73.9 metres.”

                      Correction, MH370 is a 777-200ER with a length of 64 meters and a wingspan of 61 metres.

                      The Tu-95 is 46 metres long and has a wingspan of 50 metres.

                      The B-52 is 48.5 metres long. The wingspan is 56.5 metres, only 4.5 metres less than MH370.

                      Remember that it was unidentified blip on radar. So no one would know if it was a large military or civilian plane. Even if it was civilian, it warrants investigation by radio contact, and scrambling fighter jets.

                      Those military planes I posted, are just a few examples. There are military planes in service which are just as large as MH370, or even larger.

                      “See what I mean about the way that you evangelistas argue. Regular readers will be aware that I’ve hardly blogged about MH370 at all, much less about aviation stuff. But you just had to go over the top. It’s really an excellent Show & Tell about what kind of people you are.”

                      You brought MH370 into this comment thread. Remember?

                    8. re: “Which means there is more support for the Pakatan Rakyat from the Malays, despite the constant propaganda tossed by the Barisan Nasional that the DAP is the king of the alliance.”

                      Show the proof.

                    9. You posted the data from Sungai Kantan, a Malay area… showing more votes going to the Opposition.

                      Overall in Kajang, the Opposition scored more Malay votes this time around.

                    10. Your contention is “there is more support for the Pakatan Rakyat from the Malays, despite the constant propaganda tossed by the Barisan Nasional that the DAP is the king of the alliance”.

                      There are 48% Malay voters and 40% Chinese voters in Kajang. If the turnout among tidak apa Malays was low and among the fanatical Chinese high, then their voting strengths could be about equal.

                      In Sg Kantan, more Malays turned up to cast their support for Wan Azizah than they did for the PKR Chinese guy during the last general election. Or they could be BN supporters who are boycotting the MCA Chinese candidate and decided to Ubah their vote.

                      I haven’t yet worked out if Wan Azizah got more Chinese votes or more Malay votes. Have you?

                    11. “In Sg Kantan, more Malays turned up to cast their support for Wan Azizah than they did for the PKR Chinese guy during the last general election. Or they could be BN supporters who are boycotting the MCA Chinese candidate and decided to Ubah their vote.”

                      Or they could be fed up with the federal government’s perceived indifference to their struggles to cope with higher living costs, price increases, and other bread and butter topics.

                2. Kajang: Melayu vs Cina.

                  you said Melayu majority, correct. So Melayu menang.

                  Petunjuk: China dah tak laku dah kepada pengundi Melayu.’

                  The saying of;’taruk kayu atau batu misti boleh menang’ applies in Kajang!

                  BN menang or kalah in Kajang makes no difference to the Melayu voters, janji pangkah MELAYU.

                  Cuba fikir mendalam.

                  Ada paham ka?

                  1. Orang seperti AC-DC tidak mampu merenung atau bermuhasabah diri. Sia-sia sahaja mengharapkan dia boleh faham.

                  2. A Rambler,

                    MCA is practically “dead”. As it is rejected by the chinese community, it no,longer has bargaining power. So, it is not surprising UMNO is not interested in MCA’s view on hudud.

                    What the Chinese seems to forget is that that they are not the only one who can play political game. Malays too can wise up. UMNO’s willingness to support hudud shows that cooperation with PAS is not impossible.

                    MCA is rejected by Chinese. Now it is rejected by Malays too.

                    1. re: “MCA is rejected by Chinese. Now it is rejected by Malays too.”

                      Yup, we can make a case for this from the Kajang by-election result.

                      Since MCA claims that Chew Mei Fun’s percentage share of the Chinese votes went up, then conversely her share of the Malay votes went down.

                3. re: “Your poll also found that the majority wanted Khairy out. Yet, what happened? Khairy won and he has strengthened his position in the party.”

                  Granted, the findings of my KJ poll did not match the actual outcome of the Umno Youth election.

                  To the question “Khairy sebagai Ketua Pemuda — Sokong atau Tidak?”, 78 percent of my poll respondents said “No” they did not want to see KJ as Umno Youth chief.

                  There are logical reasons as to the discrepancy. Some of them are as follows:

                  (1) Gender

                  Pemuda Umno membership is only open to men. My poll was open to both men and women. Thus if half of my poll respondents were women, then most naturally the results could not possibly provide a mirror reflection of the Pemuda Umno election.

                  (2) Ethnicity

                  Pemuda Umno membership is only open to Malays and bumiputera. My poll was open to everyone regardless of race. Thus my Chinese, Indian and other non-Malay poll respondents would yield a different trend from the solely Malay members voting to select their Umno Youth Chief.

                  (3) Age

                  Pemuda Umno membership is only open to youth. Quite frankly, my blog is not read by all that many 20-year-olds. My readership tends to be on the more mature side although there are thirty-somethings on board whereas those eligible to vote for KJ or his challengers are young people. Thinking is different by age.

                  (4) Party membership

                  You have to be an Umno member to have the right to vote. My blog readers are not largely Umno members. I even have PAS readers. Hence while my blog is able to gauge KJ’s popularity within certain parameters and certain inbuilt constraints imposed by the helenang.wordpress.com demography, my poll cannot be expected to be a barometer for the Umno Youth election results.

                  (5) Untried and untested voting system

                  We must remember that the last and most recent Umno election was the first time that the expanded voting was being tried out. Although each member had a vote (per head), not all votes are equal in value.

                  Umno introduced its own electoral college system. But first, think the George W. Bush and Al Gore presidential face off in 2000. Gore won the popular vote (50,999,897) against Bush’s 50,456,002 but Bush secured 271 electoral votes to Gore’s 266. Victory to Bush.

                  Under the first-time tested Umno electoral college, the format was ‘One Division, One Vote’. So although some 146,500 delegates [= popular vote] were given the opportunity to cast their ballot, only 191 divisional votes [= electoral votes] would be counted to select the winner.

                  Each division roughly corresponds to a Parliamentary constituencies.

                  It works out like this (hypothetical only):

                  [Fictional numbers] Let’s say 1,000 delegates of Rembau Division are choosing between candidates Khairy and Akhramsyah. If 600 vote for Khairy and 400 for Akhramsyah, Khairy wins and secures one divisional vote, Rembau’s.

                  Now let’s say in Kubang Pasu Division, which has 1,500 delegates, 500 vote for Khairy and 1,000 for Akhramsyah. In this case, Akhramsyah collects his single divisional vote although he has a lot of delegates supporting him.

                  Meanwhile in Kepala Batas Division, there are 800 delegates of whom 500 vote for Khairy and 300 for Akhramsyah.

                  Overall, Khairy gets 1,600 delegates votes to Akhramsyah’s 1,700. So Khairy loses the popular vote but wins the divisional votes as he’s got two (Rembau and Kepala Batas) compared to Akhramsyah’s one (Kubang Pasu).

                  Divisions are unequal in size but the big ones are given a vote each and the small ones are also given one vote each.

                  Furthermore the power of incumbency is great and exerts tremendous influence over the division chiefs because he (the incumbent) can channel them projects, contracts, favours etc and we’re not even talking cold hard cash Money Politics here.

                  So the upshot is that no serious political observer expected Akhramsyah to really pose a strong or serious challenge to KJ.

                  However, the public got their voices heard to vent their displeasure at KJ through my poll.

                  and becoming agreeable to its implementation.

  3. Hello kak Helen dan assalamualaikum kepada komenter sekalian…

    Bagi saya sejarah tetap dan masih terus berulang… Dan kerajaan pula masih lagi tidak mengambil iktibar akan sejarah yang telah berlaku…

    Bagi majoriti orang Melayu tentunya akan tetap memperingati kejatuhan empayar kesultanan Melaka… Selain daripada akibat angkari si Kitol dan juga mamak pundek Mandaliar, kami orang Melayu juga tidak akan sesekali melupakan angkara sebilangan peniaga asing dari Cina dan India yang berpaling tadah memberi bantuan kepada pihak Portugis…

    Angin-angin seperti kejadian yg lalu telah mula berlaku… Kejadian MH370 juga telah membuka topeng sebenar kebanyakan rakyat Malaysia tidak kira Melayu, Cina mahupun India… Jika mereka mahu menjadi Kitol, Mandeliar atau pedagang Cina dan India yg membelot Melaka lebih 600 tahun dahulu, kita juga ada Hang Tuah, Jebat, Leftenan Adnan yang sedia mempertahankan negara kita…

    Lagi pula nak tambah lagi tiga EKOR BANGSAT PENGKHIANAT YANG MENGHINA YDPA MALAYSIA? Pelik2

  4. Actually I emphatize with Sheena. Like many Malaysian celeb, she has been targeted by Malaysia hating Malaysians.

    “Some comments went as far as to blame her win on unrelated issues, like the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight, and insulted the winner and the organisers.

    “Just because it’s a ‘Visit Malaysia Year’ doesn’t mean you have to choose your representative to be the winner? This show won’t go any further! Judge’s deliberation sucks!” Patrick Angeles lamented on Facebook.”

    Malaysia hating Malaysians. Yes there many of them. Like those berhijirah ke UK, Australia because they hate Malay government.

    1. Seriously i am agree with you… Here in Malaysia you can still protesting government openly without being worried to being rolled by tank like Chinese People Republic of China who will crash you with tanks if you dare to protest them!!!

      Here in Malaysia you still can take the lawyer to sue government if police make any fault to convict not like Chinese in China that if you are being threat to the China you will get shot to the head!!!

      Hahahahahahaha so many people who still ungrateful to live in this peaceful country….

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