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Ambiga masuk bakul, Ambiga angkat sendiri

I’ll never walk with you, Ambiga tells Isma chief‘ (Malaysiakini, 20 June 2013)

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/266347
http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/266347

Former Bar Council president Ambiga Sreenevasan said:

“I will not walk with him because our paths are fundamentally different.

Ambiga will not walk with Isma president Abdullah Zaik Abdul Rahman because their paths are fundamentally different.

She walks with Anwar Ibrahim because their paths are fundamentally the same.

(You can also glimpse Haris Ibrahim in the extreme left of the same picture below.)

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Ambiga claims herself a champion of “the marginalised and downtrodden”

Ambiga Sreenevasan said:

[Abdullah Zaik] believes in fighting for one race and one religion against enemies who are not there. I believe in fighting for all Malaysians who are marginalised and downtrodden.

Clapping Smiley

[Dapsters clap and cheer on cue at her self-aggrandizing words.]

Perasan sungguh pompuan ni! Masuk bakul, lepas tu angkat sendiri.

But really? Does anyone recall the last time Ambiga fought for marginalised and downtrodden Indians? Has she ever?

P. Uthayakumar doesn’t remember that Ambiga fought for him and his fellow Hindrafians when they were detained under ISA on sedition charges. In fact, this neglect by Ambiga is one of Uthaya’s pet grouses.

Ambiga is Pakatan’s Indian mandore1
http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2011/06/27/ambiga-is-pakatans-indian-mandore/

Hindraf and MIC say Ambiga is a “mandore”

Indeed Uthaya has complained several times that Ambiga expressed the Bar Council’s grave concern when Teresa Kok, Raja Petra Kamarudin and the Sin Chew reporter – all three whom are non-lawyers – were briefly detained under ISA but terlepas pandang the Hindraf detainees.

When it came to four Indian lawyers who were all members of the Bar, the council under Ambiga was utterly indifferent to their plight.

They were detained under ISA for 1½ years but then again, associated with poor Hindraf  and not the fashionable Firsters. In fact, Uthaya was so pissed off that he called Ambiga a “mandore” of Pakatan.

https://my.news.yahoo.com/anwar-ill-tell-ambiga-call-off-bersih-rally-012400222.html
https://my.news.yahoo.com/anwar-ill-tell-ambiga-call-off-bersih-rally-012400222.html

In this, Uthaya and Hindraf rival the MIC are in total agreement. Penang MIC Youth has similarly accused “Ambiga is Pakatan’s Indian mandore” (FMT, 27 June 2011).

When Anwar Ibrahim casually mentioned that he will “tell Ambiga to call off the Bersih rally if …” (see above), it does certainly give the impression that she took instructions from him — Malaysiakini 19 June 2011 story via Yahoo! News.

BELOW: Ambiga and Anwar side by side

Bersih 2.0. Tengok siapa yang duduk di sebelah Ambiga

“Isma divides Malaysians”

The way the following accusation – “you’re causing division among the various races, you b-a-a-a-d” – is framed is so very typical of DAP rhetoric.

And here is Ambiga saying it:

“[Abdullah Zaik] reads our federal constitution and sees how we can be divided. I read our federal constitution and see our shared values and how we are united.”

“He thinks it is fine to call fellow citizens ‘trespassers’ and other such ‘choice’ words, I call them my brothers and sisters.”

Clapping Smiley

[Wow! Ambiga said the “brothers and sisters” Dapster favourite phrase. Clap, clap, cheer cheer.]

BELOW: Brothers and sisters … trophy and solidarity

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Ambiga: Making this nation great

Ambiga alleged that Abdullah Zaik had no qualms in rewriting the history of this country and questioning the contributions of his fellow citizens.

Ambiga described her vision in comparison to his:

“I believe in celebrating our rich and diverse history and being proud of it. I value every bit of the blood, sweat and tears of all those who have made this nation great.

“His vision is to see one community as being above all others; my vision is to see all communities work together to continue to build Malaysia.”

Clapping Smiley

[Dapsters clap and cheer because they’re just lapping it up.]

But if I may ask …

Does Ambiga believe in celebrating too the history of the Displaced Estate Workers whose blood, sweat and tears in the rubber plantation industry made our country the world’s biggest exporter of the commodity at one time?

If so, does anyone recall if Ambiga ever spoke up for the DEWs when they lost their rubber tapper jobs and were evicted from their estate quarters due to the fragmentation of the big plantations?

BELOW: With Gobind and The Dapster Mama

Ambiga

“We are all creations of the Almighty”

Urm, who has Ambiga spoken up for besides the opposition fellas and the Pakatan Ubah cause?

Ambiga said of herself in contrast to Abdullah Zaik:

“He sees the worst in some of his fellow human beings, I see the best in all because we are all creations of the Almighty.”

Yeah, yeah, “we’re all one race, the human race”.

Or as Sisters in Islam puts it: “We’re all Allah’s children”.

Quite the standard pick-up lines when that kind of people are inviting you for a drink of holy water.

Clapping Smiley

[Dapsters clap and cheer because “we are all creations of the Almighty”, Love-Love-Love are the ‘sedapkan telinga’ words they love to hear.]

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“Different destinations”? Fine, go your way

Ambiga explains why she shies away from walking with Abdullah Zaik:

“I will not walk with him because his path will never meet my path.  He and I do not share the same vision or destination.

“He speaks of racial and religious superiority, I believe in a multiracial community and multi-religious harmony.”

Clapping Smiley

[Dapsters are thrilled to bits at the picture perfect “no Malays, no Indians too and zero Chinese, we’re all Malaysians” Charlie’s Angels line-up above.]

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ABOVE: Aunty Ambiga’s birthday greetings to Hannah Yeoh’s “Chinese” daughter

“Malaysians who want to see peace and harmony”

And to bring her chest-thumping performance to its soaring finale, Ambiga concludes her grandstanding against Abdullah Zaik by issuing (such a navel-gazing Firster) invitation:

“Should he ever choose to work with us, laugh with us, cry with us and to help all, he is welcome to walk with me and the millions of Malaysians who want to see peace, harmony and happiness reign in this beloved nation of ours.”

Clapping Smiley

[And right on cue, Dapsters clap and cheer wildly to bring the house down because as we all know, they are delusionally, hysterically syok sendiri.]

Actually folks, if you must know, Abdullah Zaik really thinks that Ambiga is a “talam dua muka”.

And you know what, he is 101 percent right.

(1,009 words)

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65 thoughts on “Ambiga masuk bakul, Ambiga angkat sendiri

    1. What lah, islam1st, no rest for the wicked, meh? I just finished writing 1,000 words. Biar I rehat kejap dulu.

      1. Perjuangan belum selesai maa Helen, okay2, ponder on this first…

        If this is true, http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/bahasa/article/eco-world-disebut-sebut-bakal-mendapat-projek-rm7-bilion-tapak-penjara-pudu , it seems that Cinas yang selalu dapat crutches in business la Ah Koon!

        http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/sideviews/article/do-malays-need-more-crutches-in-business-koon-yew-yin

        Itu over privileged YTL dapat crutches dalam business sampai jadi lansi sama gomen pun tak give back wor!

        http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/bahasa/article/mtem-dakwa-kekayaan-ytl-diberi-kerajaan-tidak-diagih-kepada-rakyat

      2. don try to wriggle out of a fair question, wat a lame excuse!
        who would you walk with

          1. islam1st, your aunty is still lost for words to your pertinent question ‘who would you walk with’?

            are you not curious?

            1. How silly to coerce an answer as to whether one would pick Pepsi or Coke when the person might prefer fruit juice or milk.

              1. there’s a place call ‘the slippery senorita’ in downtown penang, have you been? they play the loudest and most awful noise in there, you’ll feel right at home in there

                1. I’m going to ask you which faith you prefer to follow — whether Islam or Christianity (in which case you can no longer qualify as constitutional Malay in Malaysia) in the knowledge that you’ve been ranting against Religion – and if you don;t reply me, I’m going to recommended that you find yourself some Slippery Senor drink to quaff.

  1. Saya suka tengok muka muka cerdik lagi pintar ini.
    Penyumbang KEADILAN Malaysia.
    I baru balik dari undi PKR kat Kuala Selangor.
    Horrible betul.
    Full with keadilan.
    Hope they are really brainy people.

  2. Sure we want to see peace and harmony. We want it to last forever! But we must take stock of each race’s position in the society. If we want to see peace and harmony, we must compete on a level playing field. At the moment Malay and other Bumis and Indian are a way behind the Chinese. It is no point if it is free for all now as the Chinese will grab all. We must learn from our past historical experience.

    Before the greedy Dapsters and its Christianity vision, we do not have a big problem as we are facing them now. What we need now a very strong leader who can unite all races.

    People like granny Ambiga is not working toward peace and harmony as being pointed by Helen. She really does not care about the poor Indians or Bumis but she cares for herself to be in the limelight and famous in the eyes of Dapsters and Anwar. Her motto is to fight for injustice. The question is whose injustice?

  3. She could have done wonders for the deprived, poor and caste/famiy abused Indian women in this country had she walked with Samy Veloooo n Palanivel. No they all walked their different paths.

    Could potentially become their ‘Mother Teresa’ of Malaysia. Infact she should have fought for them on the global basis with the support of Mdm Obama and gotten a Nobel Prize for such exceptional achievement.

    Ikan paus depan hidung tak nampak, kuman di seberang Indian Ocean.

  4. I am not saying to which tribes she is to an a opposition or ruling gov.
    and where’s Abdullah Zaik confess his is not incline with neither side but showing up with her group yellow Tshirt and championing on fair election might have been promising something fishy in collaborating and sanitising the purifying opposition wishes to wrest for Putrajaya…. ini bukan dah jadi setakat talam dua muka tapi empat muka le

  5. Why didn’t she fight for the Indian DAP delegates who were deliberately discriminated during the CEC?

    Why didn’t she fight for the illegal Hindu temple being demolished before by Pakatan Rakyat in Selangor?

    Is it true that she is a Brahmin?

  6. Ambiga looks harmless compared to Abdullah Zaik and those UMNO gangsters who break into the Penang State Assembly. Just take a look back at all the protests organized by PERKASA, Pekida, ISMA, JMM, Zul Nordin etc. Full of threats and selalu guna perkataan “Melayu amok nanti”.

    What is there to be proud to say Melayu Amok? It just shows uncivilized behavior and it’s more like a medical problem.

    There is a big big difference between leaders who use civility in expressing their thoughts and those who use threats and bigotry to ugut the Rakyat.

    No one is so blind to see that unless deep inside you have that kind of racists and bigotry that smile and laugh deep inside to see such leaders championing thru threats and tumbling down others. That includes bloggers who blogs such leaders speeches and their own writings.

    What a big big shame that such leaders are elected.

    I’d rather walk with Mahatma Ghandis than walk with Hitlers giving their “Heil Hitler” or in Malaysia’s case “Ketuanan this and that”.

    1. Re. Ambiga looks harmless compared to Abdullah Zaik and those UMNO gangsters who break into the Penang State Assembly.

      Yet she is the woman behind Bersih 2.0 riot. Ambiga is an ANARCHIST.

      Re. Full of threats and selalu guna perkataan “Melayu amok nanti”.

      Kenapa? Tak percaya ke?

      Re. What is there to be proud to say Melayu Amok? It just shows uncivilized behavior and it’s more like a medical problem.

      It is a cause and effect situation. There will be no Amok if there is no cause. So stay clear out of the probable cause.

      Re. There is a big big difference between leaders who use civility in expressing their thoughts and those who use threats and bigotry to ugut the Rakyat.

      Tell that to Lim Kit Siang circa May 13, 1969.

      Re. That includes bloggers who blogs such leaders speeches and their own writings.

      Yet you can’t keep yourself away from it.

      Re. What a big big shame that such leaders are elected.

      Pick a name and let us discuss it.

      Re. I’d rather walk with Mahatma Ghandis than walk with Hitlers giving their “Heil Hitler”

      Who doesn’t? BTW, if you ask the German and Aryan to be specific, they would choose Hitler in a jiffy.

      Re. in Malaysia’s case “Ketuanan this and that”

      DATANG TAK DIJEMPUT PERGI TAK DIHALANG. There is a reason why Singapore is out of Malaysia i.e. given the opportunity to rule, they will perform even worst against the minority.

      1. re: Kenapa? Tak percaya ke?

        Susah nak percaya. Setakat ini, himpunan besar-besaran adalah seperti Bersih, anti-GST dan Black 505.

        Perhimpunan yang melibatkan Melayu/Islam seperti Himpunan Sejuta Umat gagal melibatkan hadirin yang banyak. Malahan, berapa orang penyokong Isma yang hadir di mahkamah ketika Zaik didakwa? Lagipun, Zul Nordin and Ibrahim Ali juga kalah dalam pilihan raya walaupun bertanding di kawasan majoriti Melayu. Kes kalimah Allah juga diselesaikan melalui kaedah undang-undang dan bukannya Amok.

        re: It is a cause and effect situation. There will be no Amok if there is no cause. So stay clear out of the probable cause.

        Where is the Amok?

    2. where is the shut up shut up shut up nanti i mengamok baru u tahu :)

      btw, u’ll never walk alone, i am not a liverpool fan though.

    3. dandy i think you better prove your words, mahatma ghandi is 6 feet under long time ago, please join him ha ha ha i elect u as the leader in the 6 feet under country. bila melayu mengamok senseless behaviour, bila ambiga n main belakang buat bersih ok? bila dap buat 13 may ok? bila [Indians] buat hindraff ok?

    4. Mahatma Gandhi udah tiada still not too late, why no walk then with Ambiga and help rid of their caste sys..

      1. Cakap tak serupa bikin. Sanggup ke dia duduk dan jalan di “slump area” di India kalau pun Gandhi masih ada?

    5. Dandy….did you ever ask why the malays act the way they do now? It’s because of you and those of your ilks extreme kurang ajar behaviour and provocations. Please do a little introspection! Deaf, dumb and blind, you could not even think. Like what LOL says, it’s a cause and effect thing!

  7. Then you should walk all the walk to Penang and onwards to India, the land of Mahatma Ghandi. And stay put…..

  8. I want to hear from the mouth of granny Amiga on the fair election of pkr cabang kuala langat.

    The election was fair that we could see pkr member voted with chairs on each other that one of them was oozing with bloody head.

    Amiga, you need to champion the fairness of pkr election. Don’t keep your mouth shut Amiga. We love to see you say something.

    If you keep your mouth shut THEN PLEASE KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT FOREVER.

  9. Or as Sisters in Islam puts it: “We’re all Allah’s children”

    1. Thats the difference. Ambiga and her sisters and brothers ( saja pusing balik) are the same. No wonder Ambiga will never walk with Abdullah Zaik because she, sisters in Islam , brothers and sisters + HY and cronies are special – children of god !!! Oh, Holy flying fish !

    2. Whereas Abdullah Zaid is a normal person, hamba Allah, try to protect his own religion from the so called ‘ love your neighbors’ gang.

    You see – ‘the children of god’ against ‘hamba Allah’ …

    Question : What kind of people are they ? Sing along… Its a heartache – Bonnie Tyler. Youll get the answer.

    1. Or as Sisters in Islam puts it: “We’re all Allah’s children”

      Semacam tak kena ucapan ini bagi orang Islam. sejak bila Allah ada anak? Boleh tergelincir dari akidah, terbatal syahadah. Mungkin disini ada yang boleh huraikan.

      **Antara suami isteri masih sahkah pernikahan?.
      Apa status anak2 yang lahir jika tidak sah?

  10. Ambiga must be that classic “mother tongue English” indian.

    The indians here, as elsewhere, are ridden with caste issues and loyalty to their own “kind.”

    Decades ago, in my bas sekolah were two little Indian girls studying in Garden School (ie must be from kaya family as in those days malaysians had to get permission from government to study in private schools and had to show the kids were headed for studies abroad later).

    Anyway, some Chinese schoolboys started teasing the younger girl and the older one ticked them off. And in the long-held tradition of certain Chinese here when they deal with Indians, the boys began to waggle their heads and chanted “aneyney, aneyney.” To which the little girl angrily yelled “we’re not Tamils, we’re not Tamils!”

    Looking back, they must have been malayalee as they were fairskinned. But I still remember how outraged that 8 or 9 year old was to be mistaken for a Tamil.

    The english-speaking Indians or Brahmin-types love to slam the UMNO-led govt for “racist policies” against the indians. But what have they actually done for the estate Tamils? They don’t mix with them and heaven forbid if one of their kids hang out with one, or horrors, date one, never mind marry.

    Therein lies the crux.

  11. Mahatma Ghandis was not allowed to travel in the train with sathi on by those ‘white elite’ that was history no Melayu ran amok when no one snoop in their life affair berbaik sangka dalam agama sopan apabila berbicara not assert word or utter ‘celaka’ for nothing.

    1. Mahatma Gandhi the father of modern India said:

      * “I am not anti-English, I am not anti-British, I am not anti any government, but I am anti-untruth, anti-humbug and anti-injustice.”
      * “I would not sell the vital interests of the Untouchables [Dalits] for the sake of winning the freedom of India.”
      * “If untouchability is eradicated from the Hindu heart, the Hindu root and the Hindu branch, then Hinduism has a definite message for the world.”
      * “A true Brahmin should be the very image of humility and not be proud of his knowledge or wisdom.”
      * “Dharma is what is enjoined by holy books, followed by real sages, and appeals to the heart.”
      * “Buddha emphasized and redeclared the eternal and unalterable existence of the moral government of this universe.”
      * “Democracy, disciplined and enlightened, is one of the finest things in the world.”

      Shouldn’t these be the bench marks for Ambiga’s democratic aspirations and her brahminism?

  12. Woñg Chun Wai in his article “Way out of line!” In Sunday Star today is waaaay out of line. He should not write something he doesn’t know. Islam is the religion of the federation and not a secular state. If it’s a secular state then there should be total separation of religion and state hence jabatan agama and JAKIM kena abolish lah macam tu… Dan banyak lagi.

    1. re: “Woñg Chun Wai in his article “Way out of line!” In Sunday Star today is waaaay out of line.”

      Somehow I don’t see the chairman of the BN doing anything about it vis-a-vis the paper’s owner made to toe the BN line wrt a consensus coalition understanding that Malaysia is not secular.

    2. Wong Chun Wai should see Dr. Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki face to face. Dr. Asyraf wrote a piece in Utusan today arguing that Malaysia is NOT a secular state.

        1. Postscript:

          Our YDP Agong is the head of state. His oath of office compels him to act a defender of Islam.

          I would argue that Malaysia is not a secular state.

          1. Dear Aunty Helen,

            I also wrote an articles about Secular State? , Gobind Singh: Malaysia Is A Secular State – Another Fairy Tale? after my mother showed me an article in TMI.

            Lots of people use Che’ Omar bin Che’ Soh v Public Prosecutor to prove that Malaysia is a Secular State when Tun Salleh Abbas did not say that Malaysia is a Secular State.

            re: “Should he ever choose to work with us, laugh with us, cry with us and to help all, he is welcome to walk with me …”

            I think that will be the last thing that Uncle Abdullah will do.

            Will you walk with Ambiga?

              1. I think it is impossible to define Msia as a 100% secular or 100% Islamic state. Somehow, there will be elements that will negate either characteristic. We have both elements in our nation.

                Question: Is Msia more secular than Islamic or vice versa?

                1. I concur.

                  I wouldn’t say Malaysia is an Islamic state. For one thing, we don’t have hudud … yet.

                  But the Wong Chun Wai’s are insisting that Malaysia is a secular state. While we cannot say what something ‘is’ with certainly (imagine if paleontologists discover some unidentified fossil or bones), we can still say what it is NOT through a process of elimination.

                  So, let’s say the paleontologists discount that the bones belong to the elephant family (conclusion: not elephant) but that doesn’t mean they have successfully figured out what it is.

                    1. Why don’t you devise a scoring system?

                      A secular state will have, among others, the following characteristics:

                      (1) The state must be neutral towards religion

                      (2) The state cannot give religion a privilege position in the public arena

                      (3) The state’s coercive powers and resources cannot be utilised in the service of any religion

                      (4) The state should not privilege a religion or its adherents over another

                      (5) The state should not privilege religion over irreligion

                      (6) The state should not permit religion to be a requirement of public office

                      (7) The state should not interfere with the affairs of religion and vice-versa

                      Parameters above compiled by Dr Malik Munip.

                    2. Helen,

                      I would say all the 7 criteria would negate the proposition that Msia is a secular state. But are these sufficient to pronounce that Msia is an Islamic state? Before that, what is the universally accepted definition of an Islamic state? Mind to explain……

                    3. I’ve never argued that Malaysia is an Islamic state. In fact, I said that for the moment Malaysia is not one because we do not have hudud (yet). Nonetheless, it’s safe to say that Malaysia is a Muslim country.

                      For definition, go look up a document prepared by Jakim in 2001, around the same time that Dr M threw the cat among the pigeons. It spells out Islamic state. Another document by PAS in Hadi Awang’s name also provides the template.

                      In my mind, Malaysia is not secular. I don’t see how the evangelistas such as Wong Chun Wai can persist in chanting that it is and misleading their millions of Firster readers.

                    4. re: Nonetheless, it’s safe to say that Malaysia is a Muslim country.

                      What is ‘Muslim country’? How is this different from ‘Islamic state’?

                      I would say Msia is a ‘majority Muslim country’.

                    5. A note in passing: India has more Muslims than Malaysia but India is not an OIC member.

                      Globally India (percentage wise) has the second most absolute number of Muslims in the world, only one spot behind Indonesia and still slightly ahead of Pakistan (No.3).

                      We’re a Muslim country because Islam is the religion of the Federation (Article 3, FedCon).

  13. Malaya was once an animist state, then Hindu state, then Buddhist state, then Hindu state and finally after Parameswara a Muslim State.

    Then when Malaysia was formed in 1963, it bacame a secular state under the Points of Agreement signed under the auspices of the UN and recognised by all the countries of the world under the UN.

    So what period of history is anyone talking about?

    If the Constitution did not say specifically it is a Hindu, Buddhist, Christian or Islamic State then it is not a religious state but a democratic parliamentary secular state.

    Would anyone call those countries where Christians are the majority like in Europe or US or South America a Christian State or India a Hindu state or Singapore a Buddhist, Taoist state or Thailand , Japan, Laos, Cambodia are Buddhist states?

    What rubbish. It all just labels on nations like China, Russia are communist states but the majority are not even communist members.

    Doesn’t anyone think that such labeling only goes towards enhancing someone’s political egoism based on their political religious platform?

    1. Do you have any evidence to back your claim? If you don’t, I have already told to go away and play kite.

    2. [A secular state is a concept of secularism, whereby a state or country purports to be officially neutral in matters of religion, supporting neither religion nor irreligion. A secular state also claims to treat all its citizens equally regardless of religion, and claims to avoid preferential treatment for a citizen from a particular religion/nonreligion over other religions/nonreligion. Secular states do not have a state religion (established religion) or equivalent, although the absence of a state religion does not necessarily mean that a state is fully secular; however, a true secular state should steadfastly maintain national governance without influence from religious factions; i.e. Separation of church and state.(wikipedia).

      question:
      1. What is the official religion of the Federation?

      2. Did the federation utilized government coffers for Islamic purposes (Masajids, Islamic Banking, Islamic School, etc)?

  14. Ambiga would not even talk to Waythamurthi so why should she walk with anyone from ISMA? She is a Brahmin and will not ask those who have made her into the pin up girl for the Brahmins of Malaysia. Ambiga is a yoke around the necks of those who want change.

    Ambiga walks for Ambiga and her middle class “revolutionaries” to whom the definition is not having a foreign holiday each year, a Mercedes Benz for a car, children at private schools, a silver spoon in their mouths and perhaps a silver ladel up their behinds.

    Ambiga Srenivasan is as relevant to tomorrow as last Christmas is to the rest of us.

  15. Ambiga may believe in multi religious and multi racial harmony but is not prepared to support it.

    My incomplete posting above : she should have asked the Brahmins to take down their website praising her as a pin up of the Brahmin caste. She would not even speak to Waytha Murthi nor any of the displaced Tamils because it happens to be an inconvenient truth that embarrasses the clique she is aligned with.

  16. This Ambiga woman does not uphold the poor and the tyrannized except with empty gestures, and when it is appropriate to her personal designs.

  17. Ambiga did not call other Indians Pariah or Keling or Ular compared to what most UMNO Melayu and BN bloggers called the Indians. So who is more respected?

    So all those caste critics, pleae take a long hard look into the mirror and say ” Are you really who you are. One minute Jekyl, next minute Mr. Hyde just to suit your political fervour”

    Hypocrites are what I call such commentators, bloggers and politicians.

    And none is the Queen rather than the self installed spokewoman “Helen Ang”. You just do not know whether she and her worshippers are animals or human beings sometimes.

    How’s that for mud slinging into your hypocritic face?

    1. Some are good as Dr. Jekyll and some are evil as Mr. Hyde but heaven be gracious, none ought to be as Dandy the slanderous beast, whose self-knowledge fails to discern his Jekyll & Hyde nature, as all men are encumbered.

      1. Shouldn’t it be his false “self-righteousness” sir? There’s a Prophetic counsel that exhorts mankind to never willfully cause harm to others nor to return the harm to one who has harmed us.
        May Allah grant us aid in our good intentions.

    2. Re. Ambiga did not call other Indians Pariah or Keling or Ular

      So you are saying Ambiga is “I am not Indian Actually”?

      Re. So all those caste critics, pleae take a long hard look into the mirror

      Apparently you, yourself, have not.

      Re. ” Are you really who you are. One minute Jekyl, next minute Mr. Hyde just to suit your political fervour”

      You have aptly described Mama Dapster, masuk masjid dan surau pakai tuding bagai, kat twitter mengata, mencaci orang bagai.

      Re. Hypocrites are what I call such commentators, bloggers and politicians.

      Pukul Dulang Paku Serpih, Mengata Orang Dia Yang Lebih

      Re. And none is the Queen rather than the self installed spokewoman “Helen Ang”. You just do not know whether she and her worshippers are animals or human beings sometimes.

      Yet you are always here, addicted to her writing.

  18. It’s amusing how these anti-Malay Muslim monomanics love to trawl back into history to point out that our country’s roots were animist then Hindu, then only Islamic.

    You can go right back to Adam and Eve (for those of a religious bent), or to the Big Bang (for those scientifically minded), but it doesn’t change the fact that the majority of the people in Malaysia at present are Malay and Muslim. You can argue till the cows come home but it cannot change this fact.

    As in any situation, the majority rules. Unless there is a massive baby boom among the Chinese, Indians and others, the minority has to get a reality check and deal with this, whether it likes it or not.

    The Malays have so far shown they are willing to share and not grab everything. Sadly, this geniality has been seen as weakness by some.

    All I can say is that they are prodding the hornet’s nest. Helen is one of the few non-Malays who can see and admit what is happening. But boy, Helen, the things they accuse you of! Stay strong!

  19. It’s a hard day night for the Dapsters for their’s a rebel without a cause looks alike an immense poltergeist seems to outcast and apathetic them self. Baru tau macam kena buku dengan ruas M/H dedahkan lagi kepincangan depa-depa ni usah gusar. The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.

  20. ‘I will not walk with him because his path will never meet my path.’

    Who the hell does she think she is?

    Delusional…just like the rest of the Pakatoons.

  21. Ms H.

    I know a little lady from India
    With a set of rooms in Malaysia
    An opportunity arose
    She was at the fore-front of this caper
    Bersih-bersih was the battle-cry
    In clean T-shirts and KFC filled stomaches
    Of the rotund youths
    Proxies to run round the streets of good old KL
    The deed done
    The little lady became a big ennoble lady
    To meet without ambiguity
    The President of the United States
    On level terms
    QED
    Malaysia Boleh !
    Where else but our beloved Malaysia !

  22. When Ambiga Sreenivasan understand the law, understands her professional obligations and understands what she stands for let me know and I will change my politics to hers overnight It would be a sight to behold (not my change) a change to anticipate (like the second coming) but I am not holding my breadth.

    Ambiga Sreenivasan represents that confused element in the Indian and Malay camps in Malaysia. There is a small but vocal element in each of these two communities who are ashamed of their origins and will do anything, including speaking in tongues (forked ones) to attempt to fool people they are something else than who they are.

    Ambiga is a Tamil, not a Eurasian, not Chinese even though she shamelessly and relentlessly licks their boots like a number of Malays who join the Chinese in attempting to bring down government and establish another Sino centric government in the region like Singapore is.

    When Ambiga learns the meaning of law, justice and ‘down trodden’ give me a call.

    As for the lawan campaign, I bet even she will give it a miss but hope she does turn up with all the other middle class fogeys at Sungei Buloh. It may be a well planned investment in time as they too may well end up there now that government has begun to find and bare its fangs. I am not talking about the private prosecution against Anwar that landed the bugger (literally) in jail, I am talking about the Tony Pua defamation action by Najib and his family.

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