The Ubah Cup is a public speaking competition for primary school pupils to be held next fortnight (April 27). It is organized by the DAP in Miri, Sarawak and the topic of the elocution, both in Mandarin and English, is “If I were Prime Minister”.
DAP is evidently politicizing (read: brainwashing) Chinese children from a very young age.
Chinese voters hysterical and hostile
DAP has already decimated the BN Chinese parties.
SUPP – the BN Chinese-dominant party in Sarawak – lost all 13 Chinese-majority DUN seats that it contested in the April 2011 state election.
Riding on its ‘Vote for Change’ tagline, DAP won 12 DUNs after “support for BN from the Chinese community plunged to an all time low”. In his analysis of the results, Dah Ikhwan noted that “there was an air of hysteria among the Chinese community in Sarawak during the election campaign”.
ABOVE: “Vote against BN is a vote for Jesus”
Sarawak4Change: “BN is an anti Christ agent”
Concerning the 2011 Sarawak elections, analyst Choong Pui Yee wrote:
“Many opposition supporters had traveled to Sarawak from Peninsular Malaysia to assist the campaigns and extend donations. The fact that a major share of the Sarawak Chinese votes had gone to the opposition suggests that Chinese political sentiment in Sarawak is largely hostile to the BN – as in Peninsular Malaysia.” (Source: Eurasia Review)
Consequently, there has been a “hardening of ethnic differences and growing racial polarisation”, adds Choong.
Running in parallel is the hardening of religious differences and growing Christian-Muslim polarisation. It must be mentioned that Sarawak has a large 42.6 percent Christian population.
DAP now sole representative of the Chinese
The DAP has an 18.6 percent share of the total state assembly seats in the country. It holds 107 DUNs compared to the MCA’s 11. In other words, the strength of the DAP is 10 times that of the MCA.
Under these circumstances, is it possible for MCA to make a comeback?
Of course not!
We’re talking about a hysterical and hostile Chinese community that looks at MCA as Umno’s running dog which deserves its skull to be brutally smashed with a shovel.
The recent Kajang by-election showed that not only has the Malaysian CHINESE Association been kicked into the longkang by the very electorate it purports to represent but the party is now being cast aside by pro-establishment Malays too. This rejection by the Umno grassroots leaves the comatose MCA as good as dead.
DAP is in total control of the Chinese now and it is consolidating this grip by relentlessly indoctrinating the community every step of the way, to the point of absolute irrationality.
BELOW: Youngsters signing up as interns with DAP
Fallout from MH370 and the BOC returnees
The MAS passenger aircraft going missing and the ensuing international media attention has revealed the extent of the anti-national attitude harboured by Malaysian Chinese.
And by letting it all hang out, the Chinese only sought to reaffirm the suspicion, long held by the majority race, that they (i.e. pro-opposition Chinese) actually hate the country very much.
Meanwhile, the issue of stateless British Overseas Citizens has brought to the forefront the anger and resentment that those BOC Penang Chinese pack for Malaysia. All the badmouthing being carried out by the Chinese in general has given rise to counter sentiments among the Malays.
As one example, alpha blogger Din Turtle believes that any unhappy Chinese who “always complain so much about living conditions in Malaysia, and who hate so much about anything Malay” should Just Do It — leave the country for greener pastures.
ABOVE: The writers are O.T. Dussek (principal of Sultan Idris Training College), Ahmad Murad Nasaruddin (novelist and translator) and A.E. Coope (author of A pocket dictionary of colloquial Malay).
Bahaya dan bencana diduga pun
The early Umno leadership had in fact downplayed the threat posed by the immigrant races to the Malays, which had been raised by Malay newspapers such as Majlis.
(Among the editors of Majlis, founded in 1931, were Abdul Rahim Kajai, followed by Othman Kalam and later Ibrahim Yaacob and his deputy Ahmad Boestamam.)
Below is an excerpt from the book A Graduated Malay Reader, which reproduced an editorial penned in Majlis:
“… sepanjang pengetahuan tawarikh alam ini belum ada sebuah negara jua pun dalam dunia ini yang ada mempunyai penduduk bangsa dagang melebihi bilangan bumiputera melainkan Malaya.
Negeri-negeri lain selain daripada Malaya memang selama-lamanya tidak pernah membiarkan bangsa-bangsa dagang di atas mencurah-curah ke dalamnya, jauh sekali mendedahkan pintunya kepada bangsa-bangsa asing kerana bumiputera atau kerajaan tiap-tiap negeri itu memang mengetahui bagaimana besar bahaya dan bencananya kepada mereka – bukan sahaja anak negerinya akan terdesak dalam pengekonomian tetapi ialah juga mereka akan terkecewa sama ada di lapangan politik mahupun di lapangan masyarakat sebagaimana yang terjadi kepada umat Melayu Malaya pada hari ini, – umat Melayu Malaya memang sudah terdesak pada masa ini sama ada dalam pengekonomian dan dalam politik hatta dalam masyarakat pun!
Jika kita kembali kepada 40 tahun dahulu, umat Melayu di Malaya ini memang jauh lebih banyak bilangannya daripada bangsa-bangsa dagang yang ada di sini pada masa itu, tetapi semenjak getah Malaya dan timah Malaya telah menarik perhatian pasaran dunia maka bangsa-bangsa asing sama ada kaum modalnya atau kaum buruhnya dengan galakan kerajaan Malaya telah mencurah-curah masuk ke Malaya ini; akibatnya pada masa ini bukan sahaja bangsa-bangsa dagang itu memandang hina kepada bangsa Melayu tetapi ialah jua hendak memegang tampuk Malaya, sebabnya ialah bangsa Melayu telah terdesak dalam segala lapangan.
Umat Melayu bukannya tidak mengetahui bagaimana besarnya bahaya yang akan menimpa mereka, bahkan mereka telah menjerit dengan sehabis-habis kuat suaranya 30 tahun dahulu meminta kepada kerajaan supaya ditutup pintu Malaya ini, tetapi suara Melayu pada masa itu hanya disifatkan sebagai kentut semut sahaja.” [spelling modernized]
Credit to http://anaksihamid.blogspot.com for the above scanned passages
“Low class”, some attitudes never change
Some 66 years ago at the time of the formation of the Federation of Malaya (1948), the Malay nationalists were already lamenting that the foreign races who came here to trade had looked down on the Malays. Some things haven’t changed.
In fact, if we were go back a bit further in the history of Majlis – which was agitating for the “national unity of the Malays” since as far back as the early 1930s – we would realise that this nationalist paper had raised the issue of “Malay rights” more than 80 years ago.
Deer that risk being preyed upon by tigers
In its editorial on 17 Dec 1931, Majlis – a Kuala Lumpur newspaper – debated “the extent to which people of other Asian races could be permitted to usurp the rights of the Malays in their own land”.
The editorial also pointed out that “the British had a solemn obligation to put Malay interests first, whether others liked this or not”, see The Origins of Malay Nationalism by William R. Roff (page 171, reprinted 1980 University of Malaya Press).
The 1931 Majlis editorial produced by its editor-in-chief Abdul Rahim Kajai exhorted:
“[translation from BM] If they’re still dissatisfied, the government can inform these foreigners that the ‘protection’ of the Malays isn’t like the protection of the deer in the forest by the game warden, who sees to it that the deer isn’t killed by hunters but allows it to be preyed upon by other enemies such as the tiger and other carnivorous animals living in the same forest.”
The Malay newspaper writings cited above referring to the non-Malays as “foreigners” date back a mere three generations. It’s really not that long ago.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad characterized the Chinese as “predatory immigrants” (page 95) in his book The Malay Dilemma (Marshall Cavendish edition, reprinted 2009). His description of predator evokes Rahim Kajai’s metaphor of “carnivorous animals” that might prey on hapless deer.
In other parts of Dilemma too Dr Mahathir echoes Kajai, such as when he warned that “Malaysia has far too many non-Malay citizens who can swamp the Malays the moment protection is removed” (page 47).
It wasn’t too long ago either that the Malays feared the Chinese wanted to take over the rule of Malaya.
Sheeple herded to the edge of the precipice
Not only are the pro-opposition Chinese perpetually hysterical but they’re also being criminally misled by delusional Dapsters into a dangerous state of denial. This is called being buta sejarah.
Anti-Chinese sentiments have become pronounced of late. A quick surf on the Internet will reveal how widespread the labels “DAPigs” and “biaDAP” are. In the popular imagination, the kurang ajar DAP has become synonymous with Chinese, and every Chinese with the DAP.
Are the 90 percent of the Chinese even remotely aware of how negatively they are perceived by the country’s non-Chinese?
The answer is ‘No’ due to the immense greed of the DAP evangelistas.
Implication of Hannah Yeoh’s “zero Chinese” tweet
Penang Chief Minister cum DAP sec-gen Lim Guan Eng once boasted that he targetted his state to have “zero opposition”. This same rapaciousness has caused the DAP to go to extremes in securing Chinese support up to the level of 90 percent going on 100.
What Hannah Yeoh’s “zero Chinese” means is that her party is sledgehammering all the Chinese to fit into the DAP groupthink. Thought dissenters will be hunted down and ‘killed’ (character assassinated) so that no contrary narratives are allowed to flow into the marketplace of ideas.
Consequently there is no longer any check nor any balance left within the Chinese community today. How can there be when 90 percent and counting of the Chinese body politic are fanatical DAP followers?
Religious usurpation by Christian triumphalism
The deluge of DAP fitnah and putar-belit has successfully impaired the Chinese critical thinking faculty so much so that the community is rendered incapable of evaluating objective information and adverse feedback.
A minority community living in their own detached, imaginary world is a recipe for disaster, especially when they are considered by the majority population to be hypocritical, hostile and full of hatred.
If today the Bintang Lima are behaving exactly like the Bintang Tiga, then don’t you think that the Malays too will begin sharing the same outlook as their Atuk Nenek in the 1940s who vehemently objected to the Malayan Union because they were fearful of being swamped by the Chinese?
The Malay nationalists of Abdul Rahim Kajai’s era “memang mengetahui bagaimana besar bahaya dan bencananya kepada [orang Melayu]” dari segi hak-hak mereka.
In the past, the Malays feared for their race. In the present, they fear for their religion. The Malays may grit their teeth and bear with the provocation to and insult of their race. As Muslims however they will not tolerate the same for their religion.
The hubristic cult of the DAP evangelistas that is daily insulting Islam is a ticking time bomb. IT. WILL. EXPLODE.