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FMT column: ‘Putting BN under the spotlight’

Below are some excerpts from a hard-hitting column today written by CT Ali.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2014/04/15/putting-bn-under-the-spotlight/

A few passages from CT Ali’s article are highlighted in bullet points below:
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  • Is it not time that the Chinese in Malaysia claim, at the very least, their right of abode in Malaysia? The right to live and work in Malaysia without restriction? And their rights as citizens to be treated equally by our government?”
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  • “And yet for as long as I can remember of the Chinese in Malaysia, they have been second to the Malays in everything, even in name.”
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  • “Now if the plight of the Chinese was like the plight of MH370, when all that is done to manage their plight is open to the scrutiny of the public, nay to the world via their media inquisition of Umno leaders – what will the world media ask our Umno-led government leaders about their treatment of the Chinese?”
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  • “Will they go back to May 13 of 1969 and pick through the facts and the fallacies of what had happened then? Did Lim Kit Siang really do what Umno said he did? Who started the fracas that led to all the killings? The people or the politicians?”
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  • “Were the police and the army acting under orders from their political masters when they did what they did – whether it was killing non-Malays or saving them from the Malay mob?”
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  • “And will not the world media hold Umno responsible for the massive migration of Chinese out of Malaysia to other parts of the world at a time when Malaysia has most need for their skills and business acumen? And will not the foreign media question these Umno leaders on the costs to Malaysia of these Chinese migration in terms of opportunities lost if Malaysia had been able to keep these people in Malaysia to assist in the development of the nation?”
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  • “And what of the education system? Will they not question Umno as to the wisdom of implementing an education system that actively isolate the Chinese young from any opportunity of getting a decent education in Malaysia and instead force them to seek education overseas? … Imagine how they will squirm and squeal as the world media question them on these irresponsible attempts at preventing the children of these Chinese from having the same education as what was available for the children of the Malays!”
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  • “The Chinese can no longer turn the other cheek when threatened with rivers of blood in Chow Kit or acquiesce when asked to migrate.”
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  • “It is time that the Chinese gather the critical mass within themselves that will make them into a force to be reckoned with not only by this BN government but also by any government that is in Putrajaya. If they do not do so, then they deserve nothing less than the fate that has fallen upon the other minorities in Malaysia – marginalised, isolated and ignored by those holding the reins of government in Putrajaya.”

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18 thoughts on “FMT column: ‘Putting BN under the spotlight’

  1. Ms H. It is up to the Chinese, the Malaysian Chinese to speak up for themselves. If they have a weak, uneducated and unqualified political leaderships on either side of the divide so be it. They were not born yesterday. They have been here for centuries.

    Anything that comes from the Opposition for the Chinese at this time and place MUST BE VIEWED WITH SUSPICION that there MAYBE AN ULTERIOR MOTIVE BEHIND THE SMILE. What do the Chinese in the whole wide World traditionally want ? Malaysian Democracy ? American Democracy ? Arab Spring ? or MONEY MONEY MONEY / or PUTRAJAYA SPRING ? in our beloved Malaysia ?

  2. I do not create many remarks, however i did some searching and wound
    up here FMT column: Putting BN under the spotlight | Helen Ang.
    And I do have some questions for you if it’s allright.
    Is it only me or does it give the impression
    like some of these responses come across as if they are coming from brain dead visitors?
    :-P And, if you are writing at additional online social sites, I would like to follow everything fresh you have
    to post. Would you list of every one of your social sites like
    your Facebook page, twitter feed, or linkedin profile?

  3. “It is time that the Chinese gather the critical mass within themselves that will make them into a force to be reckoned with not only by this BN government”.

    Don’t these chinese get it. You all already “gather the critical mass”. Chinese tsunami as it called. Forget already?

    This is bit off topic. Teo Nie ching have done again. Again with her baby, Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching bringing her baby to Parliament on several occasions to highlight the lack of childcare facilities.

    I’m throughly disgusted with her antic. Go to the night market, find a spot sit there with your baby & start begging. i think the foreign beggar with baby that besmirching muslim image is better than you, Teo Nie Ching.

    http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/260077

    1. ‘Don’t these chinese get it. You all already “gather the critical mass”. Chinese tsunami as it called. Forget already?’

      Exactly. Thus it is legit for us to be asking the Cinas, apa lagi Cina mahu?

      1. re: “apa lagi Cina mahu?”

        Obviously to dislodge Umno from Putrajaya.

        If Pakatan wins GE14, then our political landscape will necessarily UBAH but it’ll be fluid and no guarantees.

        If BN wins GE14, GE15, then I reckon the Chinese may have passed a point of no return. How do you see the future (thinking a few steps ahead).

        1. Without the politics. The kids are doing fine. Racial barriers are closing in with a larger middle class. But I’m worried at the infrastructure to hate and ridicule ‘the other’ is ever ready on both divides.

          Really hard to tell actually. The orang-orang tua is a gone case already. If they managed to sell to their kids on the prejudices, then maybe its a gone case also.

          Maybe things will get better after the storm?

          1. re: “The kids are doing fine. Racial barriers are closing in with a larger middle class.”

            So there’s no need for Satu Sekolah Untuk Semua lah. The kids are doing fine under the present segregated Kebangsaan and vernacular systems.

            1. Satu Sekolah Untuk Semua is a must, so that the process could be expedited. We don’t have to wait for so long and suffer so much.

              Most of the kids I met during music events tend to be very well versed in Malay and English. I suspect they are from Sekolah Kebangsaan.

  4. I like this para. Let me give it my own spin. Saya baru belajar tentang putar-memutar. Re: “Will they not question Umno as to the wisdom of implementing an education system that actively isolate the Chinese young …”

    Yes, I blame not only Umno but the whole BN for implementing an education system that isolate the Chinese (and Indian?). The vernacular school system should have been abolished gradually after Malaysia was formed.

    Not abolishing the vernacular schools is an “irresponsible attempt at preventing the children of these Chinese from having the same education as what was available for the children of the Malays!”

    BTW kenapa semuanya pasal Cina? Is the Cina Malaysia macam matahari, semuanya berputar mengelilingi mereka? Orang India tak rasa ketinggalan dan tak nak join sekalikah?

  5. been second to the Malays in everything, even in name.” BULLLSHIT ! THE BIGGEST LIARS. Since Tunku Abdul Rahman days, Chinese in Malaysia are First Class. Everything dia sapu Monopolies. Sugars, Motorcycle and everything. Malay Now kapla sulah besar ahh,? .

  6. I still can’t decide whether CT Ali is serious with what he wrote or am I too slow to understand here; is this a satire? :-)

    “Is it not time that the Chinese in Malaysia claim, at the very least, their right of abode in Malaysia? The right to live and work in Malaysia without restriction?”

    Huh?

    1. LOL.

      Methinks CT Ali is serious. The FMT columnist who writes satire is ‘Iskandar Zulkarnain’.

  7. Ms H. The Chinese Malaysian Chinese after having been misled into voting en masse for the DAP and got nothing but blame, and the MCA was alleged to have connived with the DAP, MUST MAKE THESE 2 POLITICAL PARTIES RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR WELL-BEING, SECURITY AND WHATEVER NEGATIVE PITFALLS WHICH THEY MIGHT ENCOUNTER.

  8. Ms H. I am very concerned that the Malaysian Chinese are now being led by a bunch of buffoons egged on by outside forces without a care for Malaysia. The 57 years of Merdeka of peace, stability, prosperity were too much for the unknown hands operating behind the scenes. We seemed to be earmarked for chaos and destruction for the enjoyment of the TV audiences.

    It is time that we all hold hands, stand proud and united to sustain likewise for another 57 years. This can be done. It is our mind-sets, not our communal parties, not the administrative mistakes etc that will hold us together as expressed as the political will.

    1. beastofburden. Let ali explain how come 7 1/2 poor Singaporeans became multi-billionaires during the NEP and are now back in Singapore as Singaporeans. All Chinamen plus half a Korean soldier !

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