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Malays can rule on their own without sharing power with Chinese

Below is the population chart of Malaysia based on our 2010 national census.

The three biggest states in the peninsula, going by the number of people, are Selangor, Johor and Perak.

In Selangor, the bumiputera population is 57.1 percent, in Johor it is 58.9 percent and in Perak 57.0 percent.

PopulationMalaysia

Source: Department of Statistics
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They are Malay states

The smaller states are not multiracial.

The bumiputera population in Terengganu, for example, is 97.0%. The Department of Statistics unfortunately (or deliberately) gives the ethnic breakdown as “bumiputera” and not as “Malay”. But in reality, the orang asli pribumi are so small in number as to be negligible.

In 2003, the orang asli were a mere 0.6 per cent of the national population and numbering 147,412  individuals, according to the Center for Orang Asli Concerns.

Hence to all intents and purpose, ‘bumiputera’ in the peninsula refers to the Malays although a handful of Malaysians of Thai descent may be included in the bumiputera headcount. (I’m not sure whether mamaks were enumerated by the Stats Dept as ‘bumiputera’ but in any case, they are members of Umno – the United MALAYS National Organization).

MapMelayu

So, we have:

Terengganu – 97.0 percent Malay

Kelantan – 95.7 percent Malay

Perlis – 88.4 percent Malay

Pahang – 79.0 percent Malay

Kedah – 77.9 percent Malay

Half of the peninsula are Malay states. If you lived in Kelantan, Terengganu or Perlis, you are ruled by a Malay government. This is the fact on the ground that cannot be negated by any amount of “political correctness”, i.e. the word “Malay” not allowed to be mentioned or else you’ll upset the Dapsters.

The same ‘Malay government’ situation is largely true for Pahang and Kedah too.

The only two states where the Malays are not an outright majority, i.e. not above 50 percent, are Penang (43.6 Malay) and the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur (45.9 percent bumiputera). Only in tiny Penang and compact KL – please look at their sizes in the map above – can one escape from Malay rule … for the time being, at least.

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Two down, one to go

Coincidentally the three biggest population states on the peninsula – Selangor, Johor and Perak – all fall within the band of 57-59 percent Malay population.

As we’ve noted in my earlier article, Perak is controlled by the BN Malay government comprising 30 Umno Aduns in a 59-seat state assembly. See donut chart below.

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Malay gomen in Perak and Johor

Let’s now look at the composition of the Johor ruling coalition. Although not as lopsided as Perak, the BN reps in the Johor DUN are overwhelmingly Malay too.

Chinese Aduns are 3 percent in the BN Perak legislature and 8 percent in the Johor legislature.

In other words, two of the three biggest population states – Perak and Johor – are governed by Malays, and the Chinese hardly have any role in the administration.

BELOW: Two MCA and one Gerakan Chinese in Johor DUN

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DAP has 13 Chinese Aduns in Johor

The MCA Yang Berhormat Teoh Yap Kun won Paloh by the slimmest majority of 103 votes in a DUN seat with a 44 percent Chinese electorate. Even Paloh’s hefty 39 percent Malay voters could barely help him scrape through, and then only by the skin of his teeth.

Tee Siew Kiong, the other MCA Yang Berhormat, contested in Pulai Sebatang, a seat with 63.8 percent Malay voters! His opponent was a PAS Malay. The Umno Malays in Johor were kind enough to pick Tee over their fellow orang Melayu.

Nonetheless, it’s certain that YB Paloh will be bundled away in GE14. By then, the DAP will ensure that they make a clean sweep of Chinese Johor.

PakatanJohorGE13

Selangor will complete the trend

You can see from the chart above that the opposition bench in Johor is dominated by the Chinese (13 DAP Aduns, one PKR). This is because the DAP succeeded in almost wiping out the Johor MCA, even in the BN’s own fortress.

If in Perak and Johor, the Malays can rule without barely any participation by Chinese Aduns, there’s really no reason why Selangor cannot manage to do the same under the Malay rule of Umno and PAS.

The same Malay dominance of the BN pertains in Parliament.

Below are the current 133 BN bumiputera, Chinese and Indian MPs.

(Note: It is difficult to ascertain whether the Sabah Umno MPs as well as the Sarawak Muslim MPs are Melayu or pribumi. Hence they have to be grouped generally under the ‘bumiputera’ category.)

Observe that the BN in Parliament is overwhelmingly comprised of bumiputera (donut chart below) while the three Pakatan parties between them have 39 Malay, 38 Chinese and 9 Indian MPs.

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Pakatan can keep the MCA

The BN reps in Parliament are overwhelmingly bumiputera. The Chinese have only a mere minimal presence among the ruling party MPs.

This situation of BN lacking Chinese elected leaders arose because the MCA allowed the Chinese tsunami to happen. On 5 May 2013 polling day, the Chinese voters hit Umno with everything they have got “ini kali lah”. Najib Razak was stunned and staggered by the wave of hate generated by the DAP but still standing.

The Chinese tsunami in GE13 proved to the pro-establishment Malays that even without Chinese support, the BN will not collapse. BN does not need Chinese votes to survive. BN is still the federal government despite the almost total rejection and all out enmity shown by the Chinese electorate.

This lesson can be applied to Selangor. Even without a shred of Chinese input, Umno combining with PAS will still be able to form the Selangor government.

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Part III: Going for broke in S’gor, comparison with Perak’s Malay power

Part II: S’gor re-election: Strategies to help BN win

Part I: Rise up and take back S’gor for the ummah

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195 thoughts on “Malays can rule on their own without sharing power with Chinese

    1. birth rate is declining and migration is getting attractive again with economic recovery in the west, chinese numbers are slowly but surely getting bigger and bigger hehehe

      1. Ahem…malay maybe have declining population…do not forget “muslim” population…there are also chinese, indian and other races who are muslim too….and as rule of thumb all muslim are of one nation, one rule, one diminion….under the almighty Allah…never forget…there is also the influx of chinese muslim immigrant from china mainland, there are more chinese muslim there than the whole population of malaysia. What happen if supposedly the gov give leniency for applying malaysian citizenship? Chinese muslim under the constitution is also considered to have similar rights as any bumiputra too…

        Where chinese muslim in china have been facing years of persecution under communist china and suddenly a malay muslim nation grant them peace, freedom, prosperity AND racial equality to all muslim…I wonder if they will support any government who is non-muslim…will they support DAP, MCA, PKR? Maybe PAS…but I doubt the racial issue would do any good…they are willing to suffer death, torture and harsh treatment from their fellow non-muslim chinese in china in their devotion to Allah…

        Anyway, these days I see a lot of malay family with four of five children at least and some with two, three or four wives even reach a whooping 20+ children…I wonder if the chinese people could also do the same… :3

        1. Hmm, Chinese Muslim migrating to Malaysia? Any links to share. Anyway in Islam there is no discrimination and supports meritocracy. Shame on you.

          Last but not least even if Malays makes 20 babies per women. The lazy malays will never be as successful as Chinese or White or Japanese or Korean will ever be. We are just too lazy and complacent.

          Sincerely,
          Malay Guy

            1. Yes I am. Am proud to be a Malays who put forward of the principles of my religion first, and honestly speaking, race does not matter to me at all. Islam does not discriminate. A lot of Malays talks about racism and so on despite praying 5 times a day, being the picture perfect pious religious muslim to their eye. That is just so fucking bullshit.

    1. There was Chinese Tsunami my friend…. It is because they are not supporting the PM by not supporting the MCA and supporting the DAP of coz and also the Opposition Malay…. such as supporting the Peliwat. In certain states like Selangor and Penang, the Chinese vote goes to the all the Malay Opposition’s candidates who fight with the UMNO/BN or MCA/BN or even the MIC/BN. Most of them whom were not supproting BN in the 13th GE were the CHINESE.

      1. It is a tsunami. Thr kurang ajar behavior of the Pakatoons, Church now resulted in jentik sekali hanyut dibawa tsunami.

        Noticed that it is jatuh tangga for the Pakatoons.
        Today in the news… a year after that finger incident
        http://www.nst.com.my/node/18947
        Leong Pei Koe is in and out of court. Alvivi too.
        And guess who Leong Pei Koe’s counsel. ,,, someone who understands him well – Rayer.

        I guess Mr Pukimak and the Inti girl and more of these goons… will have fun in court up to the next GE. Good for them.

  1. This is the reason why the DAP leaders were and are still willing to cooperate with PKR simply because they know…. without PKR all the Malay supports will either dont go anywhere or directly to UMNO/BN. In either case, the loosing party is the DAP…. So this is the solely very reason why the DAP is supporting the PKR…. because they want the Malay vote to be divided…..

    1. So Red Beanies like you who hijack the name ‘Isma’ (and employ a host of other chameleon monikers to fake to be what you’re not) will soon meet your day of reckoning.

      Do you people have any conscience at all?

      Does it not bother you what you and your grotesque DAP leadership have done over the last five years, so much so that the majority race are now convinced that the Perak line-up is the way to go?

      For the sake of your leaders’ GREED, gold-digging and glory-seeking, the entire Chinese community is expelled from the mainstream of national life. Atau lu masih tak nampak?

      1. Kesian Helen, penat dia berleter dengan orang Cina sampai mulut berbuih-buih, pasal DAP sabotaj komuniti orang Cina, tapi mereka masih tak paham-paham.

      2. Re Do you people have any conscience at all?

        Their ‘people’ are now calling, openly for the dismemberment of Pas by stating that the ‘progressives’ within Pas should leave Pas and form a new party or join the other 2 opposition party. What consciences you think they have ? They have no consciences to begin with.

        The majority race know these ‘people’ cannot be trusted. Why do you think Malays nowadays refer to themselves as Muslim rather than Malay ? You know the answer but these ‘people’ still think they can spit at the Malays by asking the dumb question ‘ you Malaysian first or Malay first ?’

        Step by step these ‘people’ are being eased out of mainstream of national life. Oh by the way, we’re coming closer to Sept and wonder how many of these ‘people’ will go berserk upon knowing that their children have failed to secure a place in local public universities. Isn’t these ‘people’ the same ‘people’ who labelled our public universities as worthless universities ? Funny how they labelled our public universities worthless yet their children continue to seek places at these universities.

        1. To be fair, I think the ones who label the public universities as worthless are the ones who can afford to send their kids elsewhere.

          The ones going beserk are those whose kids got top results and ECA but didn’t get into the course of their choice (invariably Medicine).

          But I think this is going to ease off by the simple fact that every year, the number of children per year cohort is declining. Less pressure on university places.

          But yeah, expect the drama to continue for a few more years to come.

          Upcoming disaster: too many private uni’s and insufficient students. Enter more Africans. .. sigh

          1. Re To be fair, I think the ones who label the public universities as worthless are the ones who can afford to send their kids elsewhere.

            Yes they send their kids elsewhere, but even that ‘elsewhere’ is invariably Australia or New Zealand because the tuition fee is lower than the UK or US. Not exactly top notch schools but for these ‘people’ they get bragging rights, if you know what I mean. Now with more foreign universities opening their overseas campuses in Malaysia i.e Iskandar Malaysia by the likes of Reading and Southampton, that ‘elsewhere’ is also becoming increasingly ‘local’.

            Re The ones going berserk are those whose kids got top results and ECA but didn’t get into the course of their choice (invariably Medicine).

            I have asked this question for many years, why are these ‘people’ so obsessed with certain courses i.e Medicine ? The answer I tend to get is ‘make more money’. What makes for the purpose of higher education then if it is about making more money ? An American colleague of mine when I was still with Goldman in Singapore discussed this very question with me, and that was years ago, and he said the purpose of higher education is first and foremost, to teach people to think and to question. Looking at the state of our higher education system, I can only ‘sigh’.

            Re But I think this is going to ease off by the simple fact that every year, the number of children per year cohort is declining. Less pressure on university places.

            These people being perennial kiasu this is debatable. l o l

            Re Upcoming disaster: too many private uni’s and insufficient students. Enter more Africans. .. sigh

            If you’re referring to local private institutions, yes, this is indeed shaping up ‘nicely’ as a problem. But not just Africans. More Arabs are making their way to our shore, not to mention students of other nationalities i.e Vietnamese and Indonesians. I don’t think they are going to have problems filling up the places at these private universities though as their marketing is really slick, flip our newspapers and you see all these ads placed by them.

        2. The Chinese here are always kiasu and arrogant. Nowhere else in the world can they enjoy the good life like they do here yet they still want more. Sometimes I think the attitude of the Chinese in Malaysia is worse than those Zionists in Israel.

          1. Are you sure? i don’t see Malay Town in all countries but China Town everywhere? why is that so?

            1. Neither do we see India Town anywhere in the world. India also has more than a billion population just like China. But Indians and Malays who have migrated overseas tend to assimilate with the masses unlike the Chinese. The Chinese prefer their own kind and that’s why we can find China Towns even in downtrodden African countries. Having said that I don’t think you can find China Town in Japan because Japanese have a long history of hating the Chinese.

      3. re: ………… the entire Chinese community is expelled from the mainstream of national life.

        Care to explain more? Please be specific.

        Thanks.

          1. You used the term “mainstream of national life”. Not sure what you mean.

            Are you trying to equate “mainstream of national life” as having little or zero representation in the coalition that controls the state legislative assemblies?

            Even if that is the case, how is that relates to “mainstream of national life”?

            Recall that the threat made by CSL to the Chinese voters (not joining the cabinet) has no effect at all.

            I think you should relate your notion of “expelled from the mainstream of national life” in the context below.

            Whether by having zero/insignificant representation in the BN coalition that controls the state assemblies and/or Federal parliament, what adverse impact the Chinese people have suffered?

            Take your Perak case as example. We know BN has only one Chinese DUN i.e. Mah Hang Soon of MCA (if not mistaken). The next question is:-

            What adverse impact the Chinese have suffered in Perak?

              1. When the land issue started? Prior to 2008 (i.e. during BN rule) or after BN seized power in 2009?

                1. Prior to 2008.

                  Some of the land claims were resolved during Pakatan’s brief one-year tenure.

                  As the donut chart shows, an overwhelming majority of the Perak Aduns were DAP Chinese in 2008. On this particular issue, Pakatan put BN to shame and this feather in the cap has been employed by the DAP as their bragging rights.

                  One way of arguing is that ethnicity matters. Because the Pakatan Perak government was so overwhelming Chinese, this issue of Chinese not holding land titles was resolved during Nizar’s tenure as MB.

                  To which you can retort that this example is one indication of how a Pakatan gomen is more beneficial to the Chinese than a BN gomen.

                  In the case of the Perak land issues, you’d be correct because for a brief period, the Perak government (DUN) was dominated by the Chinese.

                  The underlying principle is that the presence of the Chinese Aduns in the Perak Dewan managed to get this matter sorted out for the Chinese applicants.

                  Now there is only one Chinese Adun in the Perak ruling government, three in Johor and if the Selangor coup happens, then none in my state.

                  Perak, Johor and Selangor are the biggest multiracial states in Malaysia. You can therefore extrapolate this trend as being nationwide in the peninsula (bar Penang) as the rest of the states are overwhelmingly Malay majority.

                  You still want to insist that having no Chinese representation in the DUNs is of no consequence?

                  1. re: The underlying principle is that the presence of the Chinese Aduns in the Perak Dewan managed to get this matter sorted out for the Chinese applicants.

                    Ok. Got your point of “Having more Chinese Aduns in a coalition that controls the Dewan will better resolve Chinese issues.”

                    Looks like you are using the logic above and do a ‘reverse’ to proof that by having less Chinese representation, issues related to Chinese are harder to be resolved.

                    Please give example.

                    re: You still want to insist that having no Chinese representation in the DUNs is of no consequence?

                    Yes. Unless you can proof otherwise. Whether in any state or cabinet.

                    1. Good that you got my point on the ‘reverso’.

                      On the second matter of “proof”, we shall probably need a little more time for it to take effect. But the rationale indicates that the outcome will be as such.

                      Why don’t you wait for the Khalid developments and aftermath? On my part, I’m sure that I have a lot to write about. For example, when MCA pulled out from all government posts, its leaders who had expected to get those posts had plenty to say about how their representation is needed or otherwise the Chinese will languish from having their needs not attended to.

                      You also keep pressing me to prove that May 13 mark 2 will happen. If it already has, there’s no point for me to warn of the possibility, right?

                    2. re: ……………. need a little more time for it to take effect.

                      re: You also keep pressing me to prove that May 13 mark 2 will happen.

                      Ok. Since you are keen to give ‘early warning’, I will take your warning positively and shall wait for the said ‘incidences’ to happen.

                      Question is how long to wait? I know you won’t commit.

                      How can I hold you accountable in the event of non-occurrence?

                    3. re: “How can I hold you accountable in the event of non-occurrence?”

                      Unlike Madame Speaker, I did not hold a job previously as Event Manager.

                      I’m explaining logical consequences since you lot are so keen to prevent anyone bringing up the topic. When TS Muhyiddin made a passing mention, he was immediately accused by DAP of threatening bloodshed.

                      If you jolok a sarang tebuan, logically you should expect the hornets to fly out from their nest that your stirred. They will sting. You might get stung.

                      The Malays have actually been very reticent about bring it up. The Chinese are very quick to attack – “racist”, “extremist”, “Nazi” – whenever anyone tries to caution that their behaviour is provocative, and that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

                      The race riot did not occur in a vacuum and without any catalyst (cause). The Malays did not wake up one sunny morning on May 13, whistle and decide to sharpen their parang panjang.

                      Readers of this blog who are old enough to have lived through the period, or have family and relatives who did, recall that the Chinese behaviour was intolerable. But it is impossible to impart to the Dapsters today how ugly their behaviour is and how much it mirrors the behaviour in 1969.

                      Don’t be mistaken that human nature has changed all that much. In 1945, the Bintang Tiga called the Chinese who refused to co-operate with the communists as “running dogs”. The same insult is being thrown today by the Bintang Lima.

                    4. re: Unlike Madame Speaker,…………………today by the Bintang Lima.

                      I take it that you can make any allegation or prediction without having to be held answerable/responsible in the event of non-occurrence of your allegation or prediction?

                    5. You sound desperately keen to have my caution come true.

                      Let me repeat the folk wisdom, joloklah sarang tebuan, nanti engko disengat.

                      If the signs and symptoms are there, it is reasonable to make a prognosis. If you have a high fever, chills, cough and/or sore throat, runny nose, headaches and/or body aches, you will be down with the flu.

                      How many times have you heard already various people warning, “kesabaran orang Melayu ada hadnya”? And please don’t accuse the individuals who have said so of threatening bloodshed.

                    6. re: sarang tebuan

                      There may be some jolokan. But is the jolokan sufficient to provoke a sting? Even if one of the sarang is indeed provoked, will it cause a wide-spread conflict or riot?

      4. Look at the bright side. At least the Malays now have a reason to unite. Alif bata sa..

        Might lead the cainis to assimilate after this. Isn’t that what you want?

        1. re: “Isn’t that what you want?”

          Really? I thought what I wanted was for the hypocrisy of the hate mongers to be exposed.

          What do you want as my regular reader?

          1. And btw, I’ve always said “Aku Cina”.

            I’m not the one going around proclaiming “No Malays, no Indians too and zero Chinese, all Malaysians”.

            And I don’t put a gun to anyone’s head and threaten to shoot him if he admits to being a Malay/Chinese/Indian or whatever race first.

  2. “Funny how they labelled our public universities worthless yet their children continue to seek places at these universities.”

    Yuki BTW is a graduate of Universiti Malaya. Kung Pu to know that these kinds of ungrateful people came from our uni system.

  3. .. is the other group here really chinese by race?… or just parasitic group of people that claim they were chinese?.. looking back to the history of Opium War, the collapse of China Empire, they must be a parasite race chased by the real citizen for being western instrument that destroy China at that time, saved from extinction and give them job in all over western country and one eastern country (which happen to be the west gold mine by then), eventually these ‘pepetual slave’ were given plantation, education, mines, business opportunity and even weapon to kill the locals and later forced the local to accept them as citizen…

    actually, who are this people?… in Europe the ‘pepetual masters’ was given a nation called Israel and Mahattan,

    perhaps it is time to give their ‘perpetual slave’ all over the world a nation, they already have the other so called ‘Mahattan’, and they have been looking for another ‘Israel’ to home this group of people for century,

    .. after all, only the anglo saxon can live in the west …

    what is a better country than the one that only have 28 million people yet can take 80 to 100 million people comfortably?… just bring them in, give them citizenship, dilute the native population, the rest will be history…

    ..experiment have proven success in the so called ‘Mahattan’, in 1963 there was 50% proud native live in this ‘Mahattan’, by 2014 diluted to 15% via importation of new citizen and anihilation of natives .. perhaps will be in antrophologist museum in another year or so…

    .. the process?, nothing bizzare,

    .. in America they have done better, by just killing the native en masse…

    .. in Palestin, they shoot the last few babies and called them terrorist…

    .. think about the possibility ..

    …let’s see what they plan together for those natives soon…

  4. I hope that Najib read this posting.

    I have one suggestion to Najib. Why don’t you take Helen Ang as your consultant? She is better than most of your consultants. What you have now are no good and wasting a lot of money. So much time have been spent on wooing the chinese but based on this analysis it is waste of time. Remember Najib, Tun M said that forget the chinese, concentrate on Bumi that voted you in. You wanted to focus on the chinese that whatever they do now though clearly against the law you keep quite. But if Malays do that your law enforcers are super quick to act. Take Kiki and Shahul Hamid for example.

    Please remember Malay saying “yang dikejar tak dapat yang digendung keciciran”. Don’t let it happens to you.

    To Helen, you miss something. Your analysis is based on the unity of the Malay. If Malays are united, Dap can forget it. This is a fact that we all are in the know. But it will remind Najib who has be conned by his con-sultants. But for MH17 luckily he did not listen to them. This Malay unity is the reason that Dap is very worried if Pas pulls out. Dap likes to divide and rule the Malays. Until this moment Dap has been using reverse psychology on Pas so that Pas remains in PR. I really hope that Pas really pulls out of Pakatan.

    To Mca, Gerakan and Mic in particular, you are elected on Umno votes. Don’t behave like a hero to your own race at the expense and hurting the Malays that voted for you.

    I would like to appeal to Mic to withdraw police reports against Shahul as he has apologised and please forgive and forget. He should not have said that as it is against Islam.

    1. Yawn. If Shahul Hamid was Shahpal Harminder who made derogatory comments about Muslims, you will be asking for him to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

      “To Mca, Gerakan and Mic in particular, you are elected on Umno votes. Don’t behave like a hero to your own race at the expense and hurting the Malays that voted for you.”

      So you expect the MIC to be an obedient pet dog to UMNO?

      1. jesus christ what u are on about kid

        power sharing has been going on for 50 years or so, until DAP came and destroyed everything harmonious in malaysia

        i cant remember the chinese got deserted in penang, infact all been built on that island are all the work of UMNO-lead malaysian government and Gerakan leadership Koh Tsu Koon.

        and the indians in the estates all around malaysia. i never heard of them being deserted and left rot to die. infact some of the indians are big honcos and one particular indian was appointed national team coach! and he was knighted or rather Datuk-ed for his sterling performance.

        so since the last 50 years or so, malaysian government has always appreciate what been done by any malaysians regardless of their races. thats a fact.

        if u cant challenge this fact fair and square then keep moving kid. keep moving.

        1. Power sharing? Perhaps in the sixties and seventies, but in the eighties, UMNO started to play the race card more and pull the MCA and MIC by its nose. After the major victory at the 2004 election, they started getting more arrogant.

          No surprise that many people started searching for an alternative. If you cannot challenge this fact, then keep your head stuck in the sand.

    2. re: I would like to appeal to Mic to withdraw police reports against Shahul as he has apologised and please forgive and forget.

      Will he apologised if the video is not leaked?

    3. Malay unity?

      Meaning that all the Malays can only vote one party, i.e. Umno? Malays can only be Umno members and not other parties?

      1. Bnm123,

        No. That is too much to ask or expect.

        But if Malay politicians can stop selling their souls to devils (DAP worshipping), that is already a major breakthrough.

        PAS as an example, spends almost entire time of its existence in bashing UMNO. So it is not wrong to say that its goal is to topple UMNO. Islam, Hudud are mere commodities to be used to achieve its goal. Whenever it suits PAS, the party has no qualm to go all out insisting on Hudud. Whenever it feels that it needs Chinese support, PAS is for “negara berkebajikan”.

        Kelantan is in a mess. Physical cleanliness, a matter of prime importance in islam, is wanting. The youths “mabuk pil kuda, ketum”. While PAS has time to slander UMNO, it never takes the effort to remind youths or encourage them to join healthy activities. While PAS is so good in quoting Quranic verses, so many youths from Kelantan are so sexually active.

        This is not to say that other states ruled by UMNO are so prim and proper. It has its fair share of problem. UMNO seems oblivious or rather could not be bothered with rampant and misplaced priority on “rumah mewah”, beyond the capabilities of Malay community.

        I predict that in less than 10 years, Hulu Kelang as an example will be another malay minority constituent. In next election, Seri serdang will be another constituent that changes from malay majority to malay minority area.

        Let us not talk about PKR. It is a another major disaster for Malay community.

        1. SA,

          So, to your understanding what is ‘Malay unity’?

          re: Hulu Kelang and Seri Serdang

          What leads to these areas becoming a Malay minority area? Is it wrong to have Malay minority constituency?

  5. Ms H. As I said before, as long as the BN Government observes the rule of the Law, implements Policies which are transparent and just, maintains a normal and functioning Bureacracy and eschews from doing business with the GLCs, there is nothing the Opposition can do until the 14th General Elections. Hence the nit picking by them. This was how the British did it with just 500 British civil servants in India and a handful in British Malaya.

    Because the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP leadership are no fools, they are prepared to sit out another 48 long years to collect the millions of lucre from the BN Government by tickling the raw primeval emotions of the dissatisfied in the name of the Oppostion. However, please note our Malaysian Democracy is not complete without them. This is the rub.

    1. re: “by tickling the raw primeval emotions of the dissatisfied in the name of the Opposition”

      Uncle Ed,

      They tickle the raw primeval emotions of the dissatisfied in the name of OPRESSION OF THE RELIGION MINORITIES.

      This is why the DAP is dangerous.

      Dissatisfaction in the name of the opposing or anti-establishment angst is nothing new. Malaysia has had many opposition parties since before 1957 and they’ve always been opposing.

      The DAP Christian element is the new pivotal factor. The rise of religious tensions is in tandem with the rise and rise of the evangelistas and the involvement of the Church in opposition politics.

      With DAP provoking the resentment of the religious minorities and harnessing the anger, what makes anyone think that the hornets (the religious majority) flying out from their stirred nest will not sting?

      History must record the role played by the DAP evangelistas – di mana ada sarang tebuan, di situ mereka akan jolok.

      Tun Razak was too kind in keeping the role played by Kit Siang and the DAP in May 1969 under wraps. Not again and not this time. The light of exposure must be shone on the DAP hypocrites.

      1. Re Tun Razak was too kind in keeping the role played by Kit Siang and the DAP in May 1969 under wraps.

        You do know that if the truth is revealed for all to see, the Chinese will be ostracized from mainstream national life don’t you ?

        1. If the truth is not revealed, history will repeat itself because people today have no awareness of what really happened in order to learn a lesson.

          The behaviour of the DAP young punks is reminiscent of the terrorism of the Bintang Tiga in 1945, following the Japanese surrender and the commies emerging from the jungle to fill the power vacuum.

          During the interregnum (period before British soldiers returned to Malaya), it was the communists guerrillas who had the guns and they took revenge on the Malays whom they accuse of collaborating with the Japs. They also butchered the Chinese who refused to cooperate as their min yuen, calling the non-communists Chinese “running dogs”, “prostitutes” and “race traitors”.

          The Bintang Tiga has evolved into the Bintang Lima.

          After their kampungs were attacked and razed by the communist revenge units, and villagers massacred, the Malays reacted by … mengamok.

          In 1969, the behaviour on the street was once more sungguh biadab. And again, the Malays reacted with amok.

          It seems nigh impossible for the Dapsters to have any realisation as to why they cyclically cause the Malays to run amok each generation – 1945, 1969, 1987 (almost) and …

          Or why their kin ignite anti-Chinese sentiments around the world – in Vietnam, Myanmar, Australia and places in the African continent where the China-backed capitalist ventures are doing business (mining sector, construction, commerce).

        2. Survivor. There are so many different types of Chinese in our beloved Malaysia, next to China only. Each clan or sub-clan has different behavioural characteristics. Some bite their own kind like the toothless HY.

          No one can put a finger on the whole mass of Chinese here. Most of them nowadays look Chinese, but are hollow and lack Chinese cultural characteristics. This is the sad part of the Chinese evolution in our country. And a part of these Chinese are mixed up with cunning, smart political leaders of a particular party.

          At the rate they are pushing as a very small minority, they should know better and should not be used as pawns in a wider political game which has already a historical tail.

      2. re: Tun Razak was too kind in keeping the role played by Kit Siang and the DAP in May 1969 under wraps.

        Provocateurs of riot is a serious offense. Anyone who tried to conceal evidence of such provocateurs is deemed to have abetted such provocateurs. Are you alleging that Tun Razak is a ‘subahat’?

        1. LKS was detained almost one-and-a-half years under ISA on the charge of provoking the race riot. His detention began on 18 May 1969. Can you point out any writings by Kit Siang where he proclaimed his innocence and decried his ISA detention as false imprisonment?

          It’s not an exact parallel but I’m just pointing out that some Malays do “bersubahat” to “conceal” certain matters, and that the Malay person who agrees to the concealment is not necessarily “abetting” in what was being concealed.

          Take the case of Felixia Yeap. Once she embraced Islam and donned the hijab, some of her Malay fans immediately bersubahat to compel – through public pressure – the offending websites (e.g. Astro Awani) to take down earlier photos that they had used of her in sexy poses.

          They were trying to purge her modelling history and record. They do not permit Felixia’s Playboy past to be brought up at all. In fact, they even insisted that her old name ‘Felixia’ not be used anymore and everyone should from now refer to her by her born-again name ‘Rania’.

          These actions of helping to “conceal” do not mean that Felixia’s Malay fans are in any way complicit in her sexy fashion portfolio.

          Likewise, just because Tun Razak does not publicize Kit Siang’s offence in historical literature does not mean that he bersubahat with provocateurs, as you posit.

          The fact you can’t escape is that LKS was put under ISA detention for 17 months immediately after May 13. How can you explain away that since you insist that he is not a “provocateur”?

          1. Helen,

            You need to understand how ISA works. It is a preemptive detention. The normal due process of law is not applicable. The authority may detain a person under ISA with framing charge. The court has no role to adjudicate on the validity of the charge. No evidence or witness are required. What is needed is the decision of the authority to detain the said person. A suspicion whether with or without basis is sufficient to invoke the ISA. The detainee has no legal recourse. We call it detention without trial.

            A detainee is punished without his defense being called. What is the point of proclaiming innocence if a detainee is not accorded the right to fair trial?

            re: Likewise, just because Tun Razak does not publicize Kit Siang’s offence in historical literature does not mean that he bersubahat with provocateurs, as you posit.

            LKS was detained under ISA. No fair trial was given to him under an independent court. The authority has forcefully stamped the label of ‘riot provocateur’ on LKS by using ISA. Is that fair to LKS?

            1. re: “What is the point of proclaiming innocence if a detainee is not accorded the right to fair trial?”

              I agree with the abolishment of the ISA.

              It’s been 45 years since Kit Siang’s ISA detention. What I’m asking you is whether, at any time since May 1969 has LKS, in his recorded speeches or writings ever proclaimed his innocence of the charge?

              In all fairness, I’d like to hear his own words on his side of the story too. If you have any url links, pls share it with us here.

                1. I can accept Kit Siang’s explanation of his whereabouts from May 11-13, and that he was not in KL on that fateful day.

                  However the Special Branch recorded his inciting speeches during the prolonged campaign period, which are cited in the ISA charge sheet. You should try looking them up to judge whether they’re seditious or not.

                  “I was not even in Kuala Lumpur during the May 13 riots,” kata Kit Siang.

                  11 Mei 1969: Kit Siang balik ke rumahnya di Petaling Jaya setelah tempoh panjang berkempen pilihanraya

                  12 Mei 1969: Kit Siang merancang untuk pulang ke Melaka di mana dia bertanding kerusi Parlimen Bandar Melaka

                  13 Mei 1969: Kit Siang berlepas ke Kota Kinabalu pada belah pagi dan dengan itu berjaya mengelak daripada berada di ibukota KL ketika peristiwa berdarah itu tercetus

                  14-17 Mei 1969: Kit Siang berada di Singapura kerana mengambil penerbangan laluan Kota Kinabalu-Singapura ekoran lapangan terbang Subang ditutup angkara darurat. Kit Siang telah singgah di rumah Devan Nair, iaitu Ahli Parlimen Bungsar (ejaan lama bagi ‘Bangsar’) 1964-69 yang kemudiannya pernah dilantik menjadi Presiden Singapura.

                  LKS has been again questioned again by the police yesterday over his provocation wrt the Teoh Beng Hock verdict. Looking at the size of the Lim Soon Seng funeral procession on 9 May 1969, we can imagine what kind of emotional manipulation was employed.

                  The methods employed by the opposition don’t change much viz. TBH and LSS. It is manipulation that banks on elemental human nature.

                  1. re: You should try looking them up to judge whether they’re seditious or not.

                    That is exactly the authority should do. Charge LKS under sedition. Bring forward all the evidences and witnesses. Let LKS rebut them. Finally allow an impartial judiciary to decide whether the sedition charge against LKS is valid or otherwise.

                    Unfortunately, this did not happen. ISA was used. LKS was detained on the suspicion of inciting riot. No need to produce any witness or evidence. Suspicion is enough. And the label of pencetus rusuhan is permanently stamped on LKS. He can deny. But no competent authority (i.e. impartial judiciary) to deliberate and exonerate him.

                    re: LKS has been again questioned again by the police yesterday over his provocation wrt the Teoh Beng Hock verdict.

                    If there is any evidence of wrongdoing, please use the proper legal avenue. Give LKS a fair trial. As simple as that.

                    1. re: “That is exactly the authority should do. Charge LKS under sedition.”

                      May 13 sparked a state of emergency. I don’t agree with ISA and I don’t even agree with sedition laws in principle. But confronted with people of Kit Siang’s ilk, the authorities don’t appear to know how to deal with them (the kind of people).

                      re: “Unfortunately, this did not happen. ISA was used.”

                      Would appreciate if you could check on the Sedition Act, and the year(s) amendments were made to it and the nature of the amendments.

                      As far as I’m aware, the freedom of public expression was tightened post-May 13.

                      Looking at it retrospectively, I would trust in Tun Razak and Tun Ismail’s judgment. Since 1969, we have had 45 years of LKS and he was incarcerated under ISA again in 1987. And since 1987, we’ve had more years to be exposed to LKS.

                      Before 2008, I can understand one having an anti-establishment bent and being opposed to the authorities. But after 2008, with Pakatan being in power, you begin to see that they are the same. Before 2008, we didn’t know and couldn’t have known because the DAP never tasted real power.

                      In my opinion, Pakatan is worse.

      3. Ms H. You are doing a great job and service for our beloved Malaysia by exposing greed, hypocrisy and sham exhibited by certain politicians.

  6. If Pas were to opt out of PR then PR will be history and we will have stability and peace in the country, this everybody knows and majority Malays hope for.

    This August PAS is holding special meeting to discuss and decide on this. This is a very important day for the Malays unity looks like. But sad to say what we hope for is not going to happen. Dap and Pkr or rather Annuar will not allow this to happen. U see top leaders of Pas dah terhutang budi banyak sangat dengan puak puak laknat ni, pocket kembong perut pun dah buncit.

    They are just main wayang saja kunun marah sangat but they will come up with all reasons and excuses especially against UMNO and the government and they will not break off. Inilah pemimpin pemimpin Pas sekarang, gila pangkat gila harta.

    Sedarlah wahai semua ahli ahli Pas, ingat lah bangsa dan agama ingatlah anak cucu dan cicit kita. Pas sekarang sokong Dap dan Pkr yang sokong LGBT, pluralisma murtad MALAYSIAN MALAYSIA MERITOCRASY dan entah apa apa lagi.

    Cuba baca solidaraty ala LKS. Dia suruh kita lupa bangsa lupa agama lupa budaya. Apa nak jadi dengan orang MELAYU. SEDARLAH,SEDARLAH

  7. Looks at what said Dr M melayu mudah lupa ia cuma satu ketika saja apa akan jadi kepada yang mudah kecewa ia ketewasan bagi nya untuk selama nya.

    Ramai pemimpin Melayu yang terkenal tewas di sebabkan kecewa dan bagi yang bingkas mengambil jalan pintas dan akan temui jalan yang tiada penhujung kecuali bagi yang tidak mudah lupa akan bangkit membetulkan saff(lurus) inilah satu-satu keajaiban yang tiada bagi umat manusia lain jika taat setia menjadi amalan.

    Mai lah apa saja Malaysian first kah Malay first kah, ini bisa saja.

  8. Selangor is leaderless now. the leader in name and de facto leader and the parties cant agree who to lead them. the rakyat suffers imminent water shortage and cuts without clear plans.

    1. Wan Azizah does not have the leadership qualities to lead, much less such a big state as Selangor. Plus her r/s (being able to get along) with the palace is doubtful.

      Her own PKR punya party election pun masih tak leh kow tim, even after more than 3 months.

      To remove Khalid and replace him with Azizah is only something that the Pakatoons and Dapster-GengSTARs care to shove down our throat on the filmsy excuse of bringing stability to the PKR.

      PKR’s internal problems are the party’s own business, and not something to up-end the state of Selangor just to help them resolve.

      1. Helen,

        One thing about Anwar that I feel so “amazing’ is his tendency to ignore the very thing that matters. Instead he, due to overemphasizing his capability, creates dramas out of nothing.

        His insistence on removing Khalid as a Menteri Besar is bordering stupidity. He goes all out to remove Khalid and ignoring that Selangor is ‘negeri beraja”.

        He ignores the convention that he needs “perkenan Sultan” to appoint or dislodge a Menteri Besar.

        1. Grabbing that rm2.5 billions from Selangor coffers via Splash would superceed “bordering stupidity”. Greed and corrupt has no boundary whatmore to the convicted sodomizer, serial liar, treble forque tongue ketua umum.

  9. Pas leaders in Selangor should do the right thing by joining forces with Umno to grab power and rule the state. The chance will never come again. Pas should act as true Muslims ans put the well-being of the race and religion first. Otherwise they will only earn the wrath of Allah.

    1. re: put the well-being of the race and religion first

      Umno has mamak members which are not ‘true malay’. Umno is also in the BN coalition that comprised of non-Malay parties.

      Why not you ask Umno to expel all the mamak members and pull out from BN?

        1. Ok. As per your point, let us agree that mamak = melayu.

          What about Umno position’s in BN then?

          Other BN parties are not agreeable on negara Islam and hudud? Why Umno still remain in BN? How to “put the well-being of the race and religion first”?

  10. ‘Malays can rule on their own without sharing power with Chinese’

    ah jib gor masih berkongsi kuasa dengan cina (baca mca & gerakan).

    1. BN should make a trade. After all, Pakatan dah nampak macam menghalau PAS. They can have MCA in exchange.

      1. Helen Ang,
        Basically your comments aboved reflects your mentality are lop-sided, no different from RPK of Malaysia-Today’s blog !!!

        1. re: “your comments aboved reflects your mentality are lop-sided”

          I’m addressing the existing Chinese lopsidedness. After all, 90 percent of the Chinese voters support the opposition. The ratio of 90:10 … how balanced is that?

          You don’t think BN swapping MCA for PAS is a good idea? Why not?

  11. You see how anti-chinese all these commentators are and these are the malay or muslims commentators.

    Why can as Malaysian, we ask are we Malaysian first and ethnicity second? What is wrong with that statement? Does it show arrogant for asking or is it the narrow-mindedness of these commentators.

    To the chinese, it is not important how many seats they get, but how well one govern and justice for all is important.

    By looking at the chart, you are not correct. PAS when combined with UMNO is a majority only because, as PR coalition they are given many seats to contest in Selangor. If they are out of PR coalition, then, PKR and DAP will field more candidates while PAS and UMNO will have to divide the seats among themselves whether to let PAS or UMNO contest. So in fact, they will have lest seats. In Kelantan, it will either be UMNO or PAS who will win those seats, so there is nothing extra.

    In fact, PAS is the loser once out of the PR pact.

    1. re: “You see how anti-chinese all these commentators are and these are the malay or muslims commentators.”

      My blog filters terms like “chingkie”, “DAPigs”, “Cina babi” or other ruder labels, so there’s not much that you can really complain about the overt expressions here. On the other hand, the Red Beanies are indeed racists. One of them called me a “chink” in another alpha blog.

      re: “Why can’t as Malaysian, we ask are we Malaysian first and ethnicity second?”

      What is your definition of ‘Malaysian’?

      re: “What is wrong with that statement? Does it show arrogant for asking or is it the narrow-mindedness of these commentators.”

      Okay, the DAP question is: “Are you (Muhyiddin Yassin / Zainuddin Maidin / other people in the DAP bad book) Malaysian first or Malay first?”

      I take it that you’re Malaysian first and Chinese last (like how Kit Siang declares). Can you pls tell us in what way you are more Malaysian than TS Muhyiddin or TS Zam?

      re: “To the chinese, it is not important how many seats they get, but how well one govern and justice for all is important.”

      If seats are not important, then Guan Eng need not have asked his supporters to make sure that there is zero opposition in Penang, see ‘ “Let BN eat eggs” in Penang ‘ (Malaysiakini, 14 March 2013) @ http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/192025

      re: “By looking at the chart, you are not correct.”

      In what way am I not correct?

      re: “If they are out of PR coalition, then, PKR and DAP will field more candidates while PAS and UMNO will have to divide the seats among themselves whether to let PAS or UMNO contest.”

      True that PKR and DAP will additionally field candidates in the 21 seats that PAS contested, I’ve already said that in my article.

      Umno contested 36 seats. PAS contested 21. Umno contested against PAS and PKR whereas PAS contested against Umno. Between Umno and PAS and how they divide the list, there are still 36 Malay-majority seats which either Umno or PAS will be contesting against very likely PKR.

      Then there are the 14 seats won by PKR, for which the PKR candidate got the Malay votes because the PAS machinery on the ground hard worked to campaign for their fellow Pakatan member.

      Let’s take Kuala Sapetang as one example. PKR’s Chua Yee Ling fought against Gerakan’s Loh Swee Eng. PKR got 10,775 votes, Gerakan got 10,017 votes. PKR won with a small majority of 758 votes. Kuala Sapetang has 63% Malay voters and 29% Chinese voters, and PKR won the seat in 2013.

      This is a seat with 63% Malay voters, pls remember. Now if the PAS and Umno machinery combined to campaign against the PKR candidate YB Chua in a reelection in Kuala Sapetang which has 63% Malay voters, who do you think will win this time?

      re: “In Kelantan, it will either be UMNO or PAS who will win those seats, so there is nothing extra.”

      I see your point (Umno-PAS is like the DAP-MCA see saw, one or the other) but in Selangor there is the PKR element, as I’ve explained above.

      The second thing is that presently PAS has 15 seats, Umno has 12 and together they have 27 seats. However in GE13, Umno contested 36 seats. In some of those seats, Umno was fighting PKR.

      In the last election, PAS campaigned for PKR, and Umno lost to Pakatan. In a re-election, let’s say that PAS campaigns for Umno instead. If you take 36 minus 27, there are still another 9 Malay seats up for grabs where PAS can help Umno to beat the PKR Malay candidate. And then there are cases like the PKR seat of Kuala Sapetang cited above.

      re: “In fact, PAS is the loser once out of the PR pact.”

      You think so?

      1. Diharapkan Pulau Pinang boleh disisihkan kerana mereka anggap mereka pandai sangat. Kalau PAS keluar PR dan menjadi kuasa ketiga maka tinggal Pulau Pinang sendirian. Bagus

        1. Urm, you live in Penang wor.

          You wanna be marginalized from the national mainstream, meh?

          1. Yes. Karma. I am ashamed of all the chaos Penang people have brought to Malaysia. One example Anwar. Your friend Ah Wong. When Sodom burns, the bad and good will perish together.

            1. You mustn’t claim all the credit for Penang.

              Selangor is contributing Madame Speaker and YB Serdang @imokman.

            2. bq. “When Sodom burns, the bad and good will perish together.”

              Didn’t the good ones give in to the bads’ request? (Surah 7:82)
              Didn’t Lut and his family except his wife were saved? (Surah 7:83).

        2. Mengapa Pulau Pinang harus disisihkan.
          1. Pulau Pinang tak nak bersatu dengan negeri-negeri Melayu semasa Malayan Union. Mereka tak mahu “union” langsung.
          2. Anak watan Pulau Pinang Anwar Ibrahim dan keluarganya adalah sumber masalah (unhappiness) di Malaysia semenjak 1997. Sampai hati Anwar malukan Malaysia semasa Sukan Komenwel dengan protes di mata dunia. Lepas itu ada lagi.
          3. Penduduk-penduduk negeri mana yang masuk berita di United Kingdom berkeriau-keriau tak dapat warganergara UK. Pula nak jadi balik warga Malaysia.
          4. Provokasi kangkung dan celaka datang dari negeri mana?
          5. Negeri mana pandai sangat wujud “Lembaga Penapis ” sendiri dengan menarik filem Tanda Putera dari pawagam.
          6. Negeri mana yang berani ambil tugas LHDN dengan mengwujudkan cukai harta Tanah sendiri?
          7. Negeri mana yang ada cukai katil?
          8. Negeri mana yang paling banyak tindakan kurang ajar? (Cth: Leong Poi Koh yang balik Penang jumpa family dan buat tanda lucah, Melissa dari Inti Penang, Yuki yang menakutkan, tandatangan artistic dalam bentuk Puki Mak)
          9. Sekarang pulak CM ambil alih kerja MIDA pergi Jepun. Nak cari FDI kerja siapa? FDI bukankah dah jatuh ditimpa tangga.
          10. Orang negeri mana yang dapat Psy, Hollywood superstar, parti Krismas makan percuma kemudian cemuh.
          11. Negeri mana dapat jambatan baru pula kerajaan dicemuh sebab jambatan tak laku.

          Tunku ceraikan Singapura kerana tak serasi dengan Malaysia.
          Najib kena perasan yang di Malaysia ada negeri-negeri lain selain daripada Pulau Pinang dan Selangor – negeri satu lagi, Kelantan yang satu lagi tu.

          FDI di Penang dah jatuh teruk. Orang yang belajar marketing panggil produk sebegini “dogs”. Produk yang patut dikeluarkan. Pulau Pinang dah jadi “dogs”, lagi-lagi pula pandai bising dan provokasi.

          Pak Najib with respect, Malaysia ada negeri-negeri lain yang perlukan perhatian. Contohnya Perlis, Kedah, Perak, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Pahang, Johor, Trengganu, Sabah dan Sarawak. Ini nak selfie dengan pemimpin Penang buat apa?

            1. Truth is truth. Penangites find difficulty being ruled by other people. It is Anwar for PM or no way. What I really hate is that many Penangites bitch like they the occupied territories of Malaysia – some kind of Malay Gaza. Nothing is ever good for them.

              Yes. Lots of friction. I have mentioned of aerobic classes where the instructor will come up with punishment for those who wear blue. One gym separates the class between Pakatan and BN supporters. Restaurants who do not allow BN supporters to enter.

              The friction came like matches after the Bersih rallies. Like fire in the GE.

              In fact we should all become MPs. I think the work is quite easy. My ADUN is now very busy defending Leong Pei Koe after a creative session with the word “Celaka”. I understand why he does not have time for cleaning our drains from denggi. We rather die than see Leong Pei Koe is jail.

              My MP’s brother is very busy wooing with LOVE our awek cun Kiki.

              MPs job is very good. You need a tough tummy to keep on eating all the free buffets.

              We love our ADUN. We always see him at the free makan – financed by our tax money. I hope cupid will pair my unmarried MP will someone so cun like Kiki. Oh yes, Kiki is a wedding planner too.

              1. I’ll toss you Shamshul Anuar’s question: “Are you detecting any shift in Chinese political inclination?”

                Any chance of Penangites easing off on the DAP worship?

                1. Unfortunately no. Penang must always act the opposite of the Malay states at all times. The mantra during Mahathirs time. Parliament must vote opposition.

                  For the Malays in Penang, never opposition. Indians will sway

              2. bq. “Yes. Lots of friction. I have mentioned of aerobic classes where the instructor will come up with punishment for those who wear blue. One gym separates the class between Pakatan and BN supporters. Restaurants who do not allow BN supporters to enter.

                The friction came like matches after the Bersih rallies. Like fire in the GE.”

                Hmm…I have only 2 things to say.

                1) The Penangites must sort that out sooner rather than later. This started to sound like the ‘political, social & religious fallout’ of the infamous “Amanat Hj Hadi”.

                2) The build up to “Peristiwa Memali” for Penangites to ponder (note: not to argue who’s right who’s wrong)

                Click to access 1006335.pdf

                p/s: The amanat had been completely abandoned by the PAS members, at least to my knowing. So forgive me for bring that up, but I think we can learn something from that. Just remove my commnet if this seems inappropriate/irrelevant.

                1. Methinks the Two Tribes (“sembahyang dua imam”) schism is also manifest among the Chinese except that at 90:10, it’s not like the PAS-Umno split in the East Coast but more the big group bullying the little group.

                  And anyone can see from cyberspace how they bully. Trust me, in real life their overbearing behaviour is no different.

    2. one cina chap wrote a comment in another blog (can’t recall which one) – ‘i am a malaysian chinese, you see, malaysian first’. then i asked him ‘how about chinese american?’. mahu kuasa punya pasal, semua malaysians, bila dah berkuasa, cerita lain.

      1. Pasai apa depa segan sangat nak identify themselves? I go anywhere, I am so PROUD to let people know that I AM A MALAYSIAN, a MALAY and a MUSLIM..

        Actually apa sebenarnya masalah sibuk2 sangat nak erase ‘bangsa ibunda’ kita? Then why the heck do they fight so hard to retain their so called ‘bahasa ibunda’?.

        Bangsa tak mau, Bahasa mau.. Apa la lu olang ni? Make up your minds la..

    3. “To the chinese, it is not important how many seats they get, but how well one govern and justice for all is important.”

      What is wrong with the above statement? Nothing wrong.

      But what is wrong with people like you Mantel is you are such a blardyy hypocrite chinese kiasu. You know what, instead of saying “To the malaysians…..” you said “To the chinese…” and yet you claimed you are malaysian first”. You think that statement is exclusively chinabeng’s kah?

      Blardyy racist hypocrite really……shameful hypocrite! Lu look at your own mirror lar.

  12. when who are we to dispute Helen Ang statistics.the GE13 is not about the Chinese or Malay votes but rather the urban Vs the rural establishment. without prejudice most of the anti establishment is centre around urban and semi urban seats. likewise the pro establishment malay votes falls in the rampit of rural seats.

    1. Jonathan is free to dispute Helen’s statistics if he so wishes. Go ahead.

      It’s not actually urban vs rural in terms of grabbing the votes.

      Urban is DAPland and rural is Umnoland. While BN can’t dislodge DAP in the inner cities, neither can Pakatan dislodge Umno in the kampungs.

      If PAS agrees to work with Umno, the semi-rural areas will be BN’s. So the most heated fight will be in the semi-urban areas (BN fights PKR).

      Refer this chart on the Rural, Semi-rural, Urban and Semi-Urban constituencies, click to view.

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      1. Helen,

        What i the “mood” of chinese community currently? Are they still “worshipping” Kit Siang?

        Are you detecting any shift in Chinese political inclination?

        1. Methinks the honeymoon period is over for the DAP. Orang Cina dah tak telan bulat-bulat sekarang.

          However, their resentment against Umno has not lessened despite the slight increase in their of critical questioning the DAP and oppo.

          What happens next with the S’gor MB issue will have an impact. The DAP supporters were very bitter about the fall of the Pakatan administration in Perak.

          Similarly, if they should be outmaneuvered by Umno in S’gor, the ABU spirit will be renewed.

          1. Re Orang Cina dah tak telan bulat-bulat sekarang.

            You’re mistaken. They still telan bulat bulat, especially the youth. Take a look at what they are doing on social media. Its still ‘we are for Pakatan’.

            1. Okay, I amend my statement.

              I don’t read youth forums or Facebook. Hence I’m willing admit I may not be on the ball regarding the sentiments contained there.

              I was thinking in my mind more about opinion leaders such as Dr Kua Kia Soong and the Sinchew editors, for example, who have been more critical of the opposition of late.

              1. Re bout opinion leaders such as Dr Kua Kia Soong and the Sinchew editors, for example, who have been more critical of the opposition of late.

                Which leads us to another question. How much weight do you think people like KKS and the Sinchew editors carry, especially among the youth of the Chinese community ?

                1. Mea culpa.

                  I surrender. You got me.

                  I was thinking my own age group. That’s why I wouldn’t make light of the 95,000 twits who follow Madam Speaker on Twitter. They may be insufferable little ****** but they’ve still got one man, one vote.

                  1. l o l

                    Not your fault. But we’re heading into dangerous territory here. By the looks of it, there’s not much turning back. The Chinese youth we meet in the streets may be meek but on social media they are a different animal altogether.

                    With so much hate, this augurs badly for the future of our country. Today we see this hate directed at Umno Malays. What’s going to happen tomorrow when this hate is eventually directed at the Malays in general if they can no longer target Umno? I doubt we really give this question a serious thought.

          2. Helen,

            This is my view on how Chinese perceives local politics (UMNO vs DAP).

            I feel that Chinese begins to question DAP. They are more critical of DAP. They are critical partly as they are surprise that despite almost total rejection of BN(meaning UMNO) by chinese community( including MCA members), BN still rules the country.

            They are not so sure now. They begin to worry as the last election shows that Chinese are not king maker , the tag that they previously were so proud off.

            BUT they are still with DAP. And they still will vote DAP even the candidate never set foots on the constituent when the other contestant say from MCA has service centre for decades. Vote for DAP but when you need help, ask MCA.

            and Chinese in general will continue to vote DAP no matter what nonsense Kit Siang or Guan Eng say. They have been conditioned that voting for BN (meaning UMNO led) is ‘sinful’ as it is wrong for Malay based party to hold power.

            They have been given message that they can wrest political power from UMNO. NO prize for guesing who gave them such message.

            1. re: “Vote for DAP but when you need help, ask MCA.”

              What kind of people are they?

              Curse BN, collect their paycheque from MCA but run the J-Star as a pro-DAP paper.

              1. You would notice all the BN hating Chinese are all born during Mahathir’s era. The ones who support BN are from earlier eras.

                Why?

                1. Different life experiences.

                  The Little Dragons and Little Phoenixes are a pampered and spoilt generation.

                  1. Mulan,

                    Yup. They are pampered (as Helen said) that they become “penny wise pound foolish”.

                    They forgot they are not the only one who can play “dangerous political game”.

        2. In the Penang, the older Chinese some are sick of LGE’s antics but the young are showing even more love for LGE. They are idol worshipping him. I believe the next Penang government will be a DAP government not a Pakatan one, since Malays are sick of PAS and PKR.

          Only urban styled Malays will support DAP I.e thus who studied at St Xaviers or similar styled schools.

          LGE is so confident of being in power than he has the LRT proposal that will end in 2030. The DAP balked at the BN proposal and so did the Penang Chinese when BN proposed this in the GE campaign.

  13. i see nothing wrong if malay rule the country, it’s always the case, no? the pertinent issue is we must choose a relatively clean and capable one. to me, i rather choose zuhdi than anyone from umno.

    1. HY. Poor fellow, you are so confused. You love the Malays and hate me. And YOU DO NOT EVEN KNOW ME. Please have your head carefully examined by a good and qualified head shrinker.

  14. Apalah bodoh sangat orang Sabah dan Sarawak ni? Kalau dicampurkan kerusi Parlimen parti politik Sabah dan Sarawak dengan PR, UMNO akan lingkup terus.

    Apa yang PAS dapat kalau gabung dengan UMNO? Jawatan Menteri sahaja? wakakakakakaka. PM atau TPM tak boleh ke?

    Anwar dah janji bagi jawatan TPM kepada Sabah dan Sarawak dan 205 royalti. Apa yang diaorang ada sekarang? wakakakkakaka

    Yang paling lucu, cadangan blogger dengan statistik ni dan itu dan kutuk konsultan Najib tak erti buat kerja. wakakakakakaka. Lepas tu pengampu pulak suruh PM ambil Helen jadi punasihat. wakakakakakakakaka. Tu betul-betul ROTFL.

    Ni cerita kartun oleh seorang glamer nak jadi punasihat PM.

    wakakakakakakaka.
    .

    1. Umno (dengan 88 kerusi) akan lingkup terus???? Komen2 bodoh sombong berlagak hebat macam ini yang bersepah dalam DAP PKR. Banyak sangat ke kerusi puak rasis ini berbanding Umno, PBB dan PAS?

      Hmmm baguslah…..small wonders after 60 years they still remain as opposition……and couldnt even legally register Pakatan

      Cherita kartun betul kamu ni

      1. “Anwar dah janji bagi jawatan TPM”

        Anwar and his janji2…..hehehe, kau pergi mana selama ni Dandy? Anwar kan dah jadi PM sejak 16 September 2008….dah almost 6 tahun daaa, tolong ROTFL juga ya.

        1. Soon Anwar akan jadi PM Sungai Buloh. Sudah tentu orang yang paling gembira adalah si Dandy! wakakakaka

    2. Better watch out. Rakyat Sabah dan Sarawak dah memilih BN. Kau tuduh mereka bodoh? Kau lagi bodoh kerana sudi dikeldaikan Dapork.

  15. This is what worries me. Single ethnic dominance (almost definitely) leads to policies favoring the that ethnic alone. Such is the case with Saudi.

    This is because other ethnics do not have their voice in the government.

    I have always believed that the BN model is the right model for this country. We all want to be identified by our ethnicity. I think Najib, despite all his shortcomings, tries to keep it this way.

    Nevertheless, the voice of fundamentalists, like those calling to sideline other ethnics and religions is growing each day. The Muslims of Malaysia are becoming more like the middle-easterns. Their east asian values are slowly eroding. Though, I can’t blame the Muslims fully. They see their rights being eroded by all the challenges to the status quo.

    1. re: “They see their rights being eroded by all the challenges to the status quo”

      Challenges to the status quo and eroded rights are one thing but the unbelievable hypocrisy and sheer sneakiness of the evangelistas would freak out any sane Muslim when they see how the Christians here can putar alam in order to appropriate lafaz ‘Allah’.

      I believe the Malay Muslims are more patient than other Muslims. I doubt that the Pakistanis or Afghanis would let evangelistas get away with the same kind of shit.

      1. Putar alam? Go visit sabah sarawak and see for yourself. Go visit indonesia and see for yourself.

  16. what exactly is your point. Everyone knows that malay dominance and power is indisputable. But yet there those who try to promote the idea that it is under threat. By the minority population. So why the fear? It is about personal power. What is your message…these guys should stop pretending? Good information here for the elephants who are afraud of ants.

    1. re: “the elephants who are afraid of ants”

      An aedes mosquito is a very small insect. Yet denggi can kill you.

      re: “threat by minority population”

      Israel has got a 6-million Jewish population in a sea of hundreds of Arabs and Muslims (Turks, Iranians, Africans, people in the ‘stan’ countries).

      All the countries marked green in the map below are either Islamic states or Muslim-majority. Can any one of them stop the mini minority of Israelis from attacking Gaza?

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      1. Why only talk about gaza. What is your view on Iran Syria Libya etc How many have died?The only way you feel safe is wipe those who dont agree with you out. Israel has power in its own state. They are the majority in their own state. Here you are saying malays got power in their own state.you share the Same mentality as Israel? Wipe the threat out no matter how small? Wasnt nizar a malay who was in power?. Who got rid of him? How many malays were in the exco that was kicked out?.

        1. Create enough fear and paranoia and with a majority some countries have attempted to eliminate threats. It was called ethnic cleansing. Argue with achievements., vision and actions. Stop propagating hate.

          1. re: “Argue with achievements, vision and actions.”

            Achievement (I): A party election that started the same time as India’s in April but is taking longer than the election involving 551,300,000 voters across the vast Indian subcontinent which concluded in May. PKR’s election is not yet finished. A world record?

            Oh, and did I mention that Anwar Ibrahim was nominated to contest against his wife Wan Azizah for the PKR presidency? Viva Pakatan Democrazy.

            Achievement (II): Another party election that came up with a statement two weeks later with the excuse that oops, sorry, we used a pirated version of Excel and it’s Bill Gates fault that our vote counting was wrong. That DAP election where Zairil was rocketed to the Top 20 by Excel took place in Dec 2012. It’s now Aug 2014 and the DAP have still been unable to get their list of office bearers cleared by ROS.

            Vision: “Sept 16”, try to get the BN legislators to frog. Behrang, collect the Perak Adun who deserted Umno (and started the chain reaction that led to the downfall of the Perak Pakatan state gomen). Coerce the unnecessary resignation of the Kajang Adun. Kajang move – oust your own poster boy Menteri Besar and replace him with Mrs Anwar Ibrahim.

            Actions:
            Character assassinate and demonize Khalid Ibrahim. Blame Umno for the political instability in Selangor. After their Aug 10 presidential council meeting, the spokesmen for PKR, DAP and PAS will issue a statement saying that they “agree to disagree” on the S’gor MB position.

            re: “Stop propagating hate.”

            Try harder. You’re about as convincing as Guan Eng screaming, “Racist!”, “Extremist!”, “Bigot!”.

            1. And the people will hav knowledge of this and vote accordingly without the emotive hate mongering that is being propagated. Of course they will then have to choose the better team. Unfortunately better for the moment may not equal good. Choose the lesser evil?
              And what makes you different from the rest of the name callers and hate mongerers?
              As for khalid. Johan setia still burning. Roads not retarred. Flash flood occured because river clogged? Principle is he was chozen by his party. His party should hav aright to replace him. How many MBs have been changed. No fuss. If he is a cheat he must go. If he is helping someone cheat he must go. If he claims he is protecting selangor..well..from who? Pkr? Is he not pkr? Shouldnt he go too and take pkr with him? No one is indispensable. It does not matter who pkr replaces him with. If the replacement is bad, they will be voted out.

              1. re: “And the people will hav knowledge of this and vote accordingly without the emotive hate mongering that is being propagated.”

                It is DAP that is propagating the Politics of Hate. Their followers were so consumed by “Ubah” and “Ini kali lah” that on polling day (5 May 2013), they beat up dark-skinned people whom they suspected to be Bangladeshis.

                Is the ABU logo (below) portraying hugs and kisses?

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                re: “Of course they will then have to choose the better team. Unfortunately better for the moment may not equal good. Choose the lesser evil?”

                The DAP Christian politicians incessantly call BN/Umno “wicked” and “evil”. One reader Mulan commented here yesterday @ 2014/08/01 at 7:25 pm that “Selangor is getting the wrath of God. You have no water”.

                Maybe the DAP Christian politicians should ask themselves if God is angry with Pakatan. Other states have water.

                re: “And what makes you different from the rest of the name callers and hate mongerers?”

                The meek and mild DAP Christian politicians cannot possibly be hatemongers. They love their enemies and are always turning the other cheek.

                re: “Flash flood occured because river clogged?”

                Surely you’re not asking my MB to personally look into river or monsoon drain clogs? Pakatan controls 4/5 (four-fifths) of Selangor and the local councils comprise mostly DAP and PKR nominees.

                re: “Principle is he was chozen by his party. His party should hav aright to replace him.”

                The MB perlu diperkenan Sultan. His party may propose other names. The ultimate green light is given by the Sultan.

                re: “How many MBs have been changed. No fuss.”

                Earlier in Johor and recently in Terengganu. No chaos like in Selangor because Najib is more efficient and competent than Anwar. And pls tell me again why you insist that Pakatan is more CAT?

                re: “If he is a cheat he must go.”

                In what way is Khalid Ibrahim “a cheat”? Barely a couple of months ago, you people said Khalid deserved his a hefty salary hike and to be paid more than the PM because he’s such a good and clean administrator.

                re: “If he is helping someone cheat he must go.”

                What is he cheating and who is he helping? Details pls.

                re: “If he claims he is protecting selangor..well..from who?”

                Precisely what you should ask Anwar to clarify. He said that Khalid must go and Wan Azizah installed in order to protect Selangor … well … from Najib and/or Dr M (according to Anwar).

                re: “Pkr? Is he not pkr? Shouldnt he go too and take pkr with him? No one is indispensable.”

                Dunno about that. Is Anwar indispensable? What will happen to Pakatan once he’s sent to Sungai Buloh? Maybe Anwar will go too jail and take PKR with him. Lucky his wife is representing Kajang. Here at least is one Adun who will be visiting her constituency.

                re: “It does not matter who pkr replaces him with. If the replacement is bad, they will be voted out.”

                Oh, so if Wan Azizah is bad, there will be another round just (like the present) to oust her too? How cavalierly Pakatan is running Selangor – can change MB just like one changes slippers.

        2. re: “Why only talk about Gaza?”

          Because Israeli Jews are a distinct and small minority, their numbers most certainly smaller than quote “only nine percent” unquote in the Arab world.

          They are different ethnically and religion-wise from their neighbours whereas those killing each other in Syria are engaged in a fratricidal war.

          re: “The only way you feel safe is wipe those who don’t agree with you out.”

          Sounds like you’re talking about the Firsters who want there to be “no Malays, no Indians too and zero Chinese, only [all] Malaysians”.

          re: “You share the same mentality as Israel?”

          Obviously the Bintang Tiga and the Bintang Lima do. Who else in Malaysia is as ruthless as the Yahudi Yo?

          re: “Wasn’t Nizar a Malay who was in power?”

          Malay power in Pakatan Perak.

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          1. So dying from a fraticidal war is not worth your comment?
            There will always be malay. Chinese. Indian. It is about respecting each other. And recognising each other as equals.as friends. As colleagues. And not calling one another names.
            Perak..Yes. exactly. And yet Nizar was the MB. Why not put the whole house in your chart. Including bn.

            1. re: “So dying from a fraticidal war is not worth your comment?”

              Do you want me to comment on everything? The last time I commented on MH17, I was jeeringly told off that I’m no aviation expert. If I comment on Syria, I’d be mocked and asked if I considered myself an expert on the Middle East or in geopolitical military affairs.

              re: “There will always be Malay. Chinese. Indian.”

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              re: “It is about respecting each other.”

              Then cut out all that knee-jerk abuse against mamaks, for a start, can or not? Am not referring to you specifically but the political side you align yourself with.

              re: “And recognising each other as equals. As friends. As colleagues.”

              Really? Equals? Thought you lot paid 90 percent of the country’s income tax.

              re: “And not calling one another names.”

              Yeah, stop calling the Tun “Kutty”. Stop calling Najib ” N**** “. Stop call Rosmah “Big Mama”.

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              re: “Perak..Yes. exactly. And yet Nizar was the MB.”

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              re: “Why not put the whole house in your chart. Including bn.”

              The BN chart is already in the article above.

              1. mahathir is one that claim 90%, dun know y many believe what he said, knowing that he is a liar.

                  1. As usual, when you press them to provide info/link, they will go into denial mode, repeating what they said previously and then these people get agitated, looking for a confrontation.

                    1. chinese dun hate mahathir, chinese support mahathir. how come u dun know? how old r u? n pray tell y u always talk abt hate? is all other christian oso like u living with hatred?

                  2. no i can’t, i read this from someone at yr site, n no one debunk, so i assume what he wrote is true. if i am wrong, my apology, but i still strongly believe mahathir is a liar.

                    1. if i am wrong, my apology, but i still strongly believe mahathir is a liar.

                      Essay question for HY

                      Elaborate in NOT less than 250 words with examples why you think Mahathir is a liar.
                      Answers in Mandarin are accepted.
                      (50 marks)

                      Script marker: Islam 1st

                    2. what i believe is non of yr concern, just like u r a bumi wannabe is of little concern to me.

                    3. HY. You can be in your self-delusion of accusing other people as liars when you hide behind your anonymity. Show some courage and not a coward and REVEAL YOURSELF. What do I gain by accusing you are a liar too.

                    4. HY. You are very confused. On the one hand, you said you read about a person as a liar here. On the other you said if you are wrong you are prepared to apologise for it. THIS IS NO KID’S GAME OF BEING FRIVOLOUS AND WASTING THE SERIOUS BLOGGERS HERE WITH YOUR IRRESPONSIBLE COMMENTS.

                    5. aiyo ed, y yr comprehension skill so low one. ok step by step.

                      i cite here what raja petra wrote “The Chinese (meaning Malaysian Chinese) are successful because they are so wealthy and pay 90% of the personal income tax (this is what Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said but we are not sure whether this is true).

                      since mahathir and his cohort like u never claim he never said that, i assume he did. if u can provide me a link n claim mahathir never said that, then i am wrong to assume too much, thus my apology to refer to the wrong sources from raja petra n helen ang site. perhaps u can also help to prove mahathir is not a liar in this particular case?

                      even if u can prove mahathir never said it, i still believe mahathir is a blatant liar with selective amnesia. btw do u have the same memory lapse problem like mahathir? if u did, then maybe u can convince me mahathir is not a blatant liar, it is solely due to memory loss like what happen to u.

                    6. HY. Why talk so much ? Talk, talk, talk to try to disengage yourself from your CONFUSED COMMENTS ? No one will believe you anyway. A teaser for your confused thoughts – 3 years ago, I donated 3,000 books of Malaysiana (if you know what this means), THE WORLD’S BEST COLLECTION to UTAR. Got it numbskull ?

                    7. HY. When you are caught talking nonsense, you try to attack a person personally. Shame on you. This is typical vernacular Chinese school tactic. Please get rid of your INFERIORITY COMPLEX if you can.

                    8. u r funny uncle.

                      can’t we stick to the topic to talk abt mahathir the liar, n tax that we debated earlier instead of showing me yr profound insecurity agian? how can we always discuss abt my n yr superiority n inferiority when it bear no relevance? I’m sure there r fantasy websites where u can comment abt yrself n yr greatness, like askmen, bizarremag, maxim, vanityfair or even mr skin wakakaka

                    9. HY. I do not understand your poor English. Don’t frustrate and torment yourself by talking personal and gibberish.

                    10. 好吧!讹弟和姥烂,偿你们所愿。

                      请戒掉你们的选择性综合症, 那是老马的千术,要说谎 , 也说得高明一些, 你俩的谎话也太烂了。

                      ok! ed n mulan, as u wish. pls quit yr selective syndrom, that is mahathir trick, if wanna tell lies, do it the smart way, yrs sucks.

                    11. HY. Do not be paranoid that everyone is against you. You will be surprised no one is interested in you. If you have a normal mind-set you will be a normal person. As it is, you are just a confused and lost soul amongst a mass of humanity.

                    12. hehehe, yr selective understanding is so predictable, or yr chinese is better?! perhaps u could tell mulan yong = 庸 = ordinary, HY = ordinary chinese. not rong = 容.

                      and i am not surprise, i am just a ordinary chinese.

                    13. Confucius says:
                      “Human nature is alike everywhere. It is the willful habits of men that differentiates them distinctly from one another.”

                1. HY. Is there such a thing as an ordinary Chinese ? Pray tell me what is a Chinese then ?

                  1. i dun know ed, n what exactly is yr point? does it make a difference to u whatever my handle is?

                    strictly speaking, chinese refers to a nationality of china, we therefore use the term huaren…..hua! ada paham?

              2. I was referring to a combined chart of the house that showed the distribution when pakatan was in power. Ie combined bn and pakatan.

                1. Pakatan: 31 Aduns
                  BN: 28 Aduns

                  DAP: 18 (no Malay)
                  PKR: 7
                  PAS: 6

                  Umno: 27
                  MCA: 1
                  The rest of the BN parties (MIC, Gerakan, PPP) = 0

              3. Yeah..and you equate the comments made by a few as representing the whole community? There are idiots in every race. Doesnt mean they are representative of the whole race.
                And you make the assumption of my political affiliation. Isnt 1 malaysia a bn motto? Does asking for everyone to have mutual respect equate to the opposition? What exactly are you implying about the gov.
                I was referring to a combined chart of the house. Which shows whoever in power the majority in the house will still be malay

                1. re: “Yeah.. and you equate the comments made by a few as representing the whole community?”

                  When Hadi Awang speaks, he represents the voice of the one million PAS members (fair to say?)

                  Hannah Yeoh is the Wanita DAP Selangor chief. She also represents 40,366 Subang Jaya voters and a whole lot of other churchgoers. Hers is quite a big voice, especially in The Star newspaper that tweeted her appointment as Speaker a total of 10 times in the span of 24 hours.

                  When Liow Tiong Lai won the MCA election, the Star editors were hardly this excited.

                  re: “And you make the assumption of my political affiliation.”

                  Yes I did. You’re free to tell me I’m wrong and that you’re really a BN supporter. Go ahead.

                  re: “Isn’t 1 malaysia a bn motto?”

                  1Malaysia has been rubbished by the DAP since Day 1.

                  Do you have a 1Malaysia badge/button, pin, T-shirt or any item with the 1Malaysia logo that you use? Do you have the 1Malaysia booklet? Can you tell me what are the core principles of 1Malaysia that you support?

                  re: “Does asking for everyone to have mutual respect equate to the opposition? What exactly are you implying about the gov.”

                  What are YOU implying about the gomen when you ask me to “go visit Ssabah Sarawak and see for [my]self”? What are YOU implying about the gomen when you allude to ” ethnic cleansing”?

                  re: “I was referring to a combined chart of the house. Which shows whoever in power the majority in the house will still be malay”

                  Correct. The majority Malays in the House will unite, and then the Umno & PAS combo can work together much more smoothly without Umno needing to be pestered by MCA on issues like (anti-)hudud.

                  Umno can furthermore carry out its raison d’etre “Untuk Bangsa, Agama dan Negara” – which is the same Bangsa and same Agama as the PAS folks – smoothly without having to do the balancing act fulfilling the demands of MCA, MIC, etc.

                  “Untuk Bangsa, Agama dan Negara” is a matter of Umno and PAS heading the same direction to the same destination for the same objective. Tak payah lagi nak melayan MCA yang dok merengek-rengek tentang “negara sekular”.

                  1. It doesnt matter if dap rubbishes 1malaysia or anyone for that matter. No need to be fixated on dap. If the concept is good we should see it through.
                    I am not a supporter of any party.
                    Asking you to go to sabah and sarawak to speak to th people there regarding the Allah issue is exactly that. No implying anything. See it from their perspective.their traditions. Their past and current practice.
                    There was no reference to the gov regarding ethnic cleansing. I am saying that ethnic cleansing was the result of hate mongering and the resulting paranoia in the countries that it happened. So stop hate mongering. That applies to all. Whether gov or opposition supporters

                    1. re: “It doesnt matter if dap rubbishes 1malaysia or anyone for that matter. No need to be fixated on dap. If the concept is good we should see it through.”

                      Can you tell me when, if ever, Najib Razak’s 1Malaysia received bipartisan support? In fact, some years ago I had written in Malaysiakini that the DAP should be supporting and not attacking 1Malaysia. And for that, I got attacked by the Dapsters.

                      There is no question of any “fixation” on the DAP. For as long as the DAP remains in our political landscape, the Politics of Hate will similarly fester.

                      re: “Asking you to go to Sabah and Sarawak to speak to the people there regarding the Allah issue is exactly that. No implying anything. See it from their perspective. Their traditions. Their past and current practice.”

                      One of my readers jazzjpj left the following comment @ 2014/08/02 at 11:48 am,

                      “Kak Helen… ask LGE to leave Sabah n Sarawak alone as well. We used to be so peaceful and harmony until they brought in the Allah issue.”

                      re: “So stop hate mongering. That applies to all. Whether gov or opposition supporters.”

                      If they desisted from hate mongering, the DAP would be out of business. Going by your logic, the only way to stop it now is through another Ops Lalang, like the 1987 episode when a number of the DAP leaders as well as Church activists were ISA-ed.

                    2. For as long as dap remains… For as long as Hamas remains….For as long as Israel remains…
                      No end to hate is there…

                      They brought in the Allah issue? You take whatever your reader says as truth?

                    3. re: “For as long as dap remains… For as long as Hamas remains….For as long as Israel remains…
                      No end to hate is there…

                      At last we agree on something. For as long as DAP keep perpetuating their brand of politics, the hate will be with us.

                      re: “They brought in the Allah issue? You take whatever your reader says as truth?”

                      DAP’s campaign poster in Sarawak’s 2011 state election.

                      “Vote against BN is a vote for Jesus”. “BN is an anti-Christ agent.”

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                    4. And why did the Bible Society decide to relocate their office to KL and move out from the Pakatan-ruled Selangor?

                    5. because they trusted selangor to honour the ten point solution but they didnt? because khlaid did not reassure them it wont happen again? because selangor doesnt recognise the 10 point solution? because the ten point solution is not worth anything?

                    6. So what’s your alternative suggestion to the 10-point solution?

                      How would you solve the issue?

    2. g2primus2,

      As i said earlier, there is one clear reason why Malay dominates politics. And the reason is actually quite straight forward.

      It is called “demography”. Malays dominate politics as they “EARN” it. How ? By winning the election. How that is possible? By being the racial group with the most number of people as voters.

      “…Under threat…” BUT THAT IS REAL.

      1. of course.that is what we are agreeing on. Malay will ALWAYS and FOREVER dominate politics because they are are the group with the MOST number OF VOTERS so there is no need to FEAR or HATe or create common enemies of minorities because no matter what noise minorities make, Malays will ALWAYS and FOREVER dominate politics. All the talk to create a target of HATE is just for individual gains. it is never truly for the race. bagaikan gajah takut akan semut.

        1. g2Primus2,

          “…create common enemies of minorities…”

          Really? Is that really so? If that is the situation, why on earth UMNO waited for 57 years (from 1957). Why not treat minorities(Chinese) harshly the way Marcos treated Philipino Muslims or the way Serbs handled Bosnia?

          What is so difficult for a political party that in 1957 controlled almost 70% of seats in parliament to be high handed if that is the real intention. Why on earthy at height of Chinese almost total rejection of UMNO that Malays are still willing to vote for MCA to represent Kulim constituent in Kedah?

          OR IS IT THE OTHER WAY AROUND? Like trying to depict majorities(meaning Malays) trying to bully Chinese when the reality is that Chinese politicians are unstoppable in inciting the Chinese?

  17. Helen- agreed ie. The Malays can run the Tanah Melayu (now Malaysia) without arrogant Chinese.

    Melayu welcomes humble Chinese with good akhlaq and respect Perlembagaan Negara Persekutuan Tanah Melayu. Melayu wants good Chinese with high integrity to work in hands developing Malaysia not the Chinese who are selfish and who destroy unity.

    Tell LGE, Melayu cannot leave Penang alone to chauvanist DAP and PKR-Parti Korup Rakyat because Pulau Pinang is historically belongs to the Sultan of Kedah. Same goes to Sgor.

    The corrupt UMNO Sgor is impotent, but pls tell Hannah, Melayu bukan UMNO and bukan Perkasa will raise up our voice to defend the state of Sultan Darul Ehsan. We dont want ‘kurang ajar’ community in Sgor and we support TSKI.

    Kak Jijah and anwar can request Penang Chief post by rotation with DAP-PKR as Anwar is from Permatang Pauh. Please leave Sgor alone to ANAK SELANGOR. Jangan ganggu anak Selangor spt TSKI untuk terus membangunkan dan memakmuran negeri di bawah Kesultanan Sgor.

    1. Then we can tell Dapters to get back to their roots or rather destinations of their choices.

      If they want to stay here, then they must respect the Constitution.

      1. Ideally, i would love to see malaysia without the bumiputera/malay rights, with islamic law implemented in malaysia. I am confident malay is more than capable to fight with other races economically etc without the help of the keistimewaan melayu.

          1. Yes. But not just hudud. I would love to see the whole islamic law implemented which includes economic laws ie zakat (muslim), jizyah (non-muslim) etc

              1. On the basis of Malaysia is an islamic country and the non muslims have to pay jizyah for them to live in this beautiful country and get protection from us. I’m sure you are more knowledgeabale than me about jizyah, so i dont think i have to explain to you about the benefits and hows the implementation.

                1. If non-Muslims are required to pay a “protection tax” as you propose, it implies that we might come under some sort of ‘threat’ (which we need to be protected from) if we don’t cough up.

                  Aren’t we equal citizens here?

        1. Manusia mana yang bodoh, given rights and wanting to give them away? Cakap sikit?

          The “minions”, which comes free with every purchase of a Happy Meal aje pun, crazy crowds rushed, pushed and scrambled kat McD macam nak gila!

          Cuba tanya those 1m given free citizenship here if they easily will part with their rights? Hak oghang semua nak kebas!

          1. Sorry i wrongly stated my opinion. Its not giving away our rights as bumiputera. Its giving the same rights to others as well (chinese, indian, and mamak).

            Again, this is just my opinion as I think unity is the only way that malaysia can move forward where everyone can help everyone. Maybe this is just my wildest dream. And even though i myself is not a very religious person, i think islamic law is the best system (crime, economy etc. not just hudud)

            1. The Islamist-wahhabi agenda post WW II has deviated the Muslim consciousness away from spiritual awareness and social altruism towards a narrow minded focus on legalism based on spurious interpretations of the Quran and the hadith sources.

              Good personal breeding and the implicitly cross-cultural worldview of the blessed Prophet Muhammad has been ignored by the deviant interpretations which are he’ll bent on realpoliticking to achieve their insider-group objectives. May Allah deliver the humble faithful from the radical devils!

  18. Some MALAYS maseh tak faham. U see, there’s nothing that u can give to the Chinese or take away from the MALAYS that is going to please the Chinese. Wealth they already have. What they want is total power to rule this country their way, kita orang MELAYU ikut saja depa cara depa.

    YES, this will make them happy. Orang MELAYU who cares about them, they are just stupid and lazy anyway. They are just fit to serve us the superior being.

    So kita orang MELAYU tak payah nak fikir how to please. We should just ignore them they can go and fly kites. We should work towards uniting the MALAYS, THAT’S ALL. Get rid of Annuar then we will alright.

    1. re: “So kita orang MELAYU tak payah nak fikir how to please.”

      Not that difficult to please, lah. Just cook rendang for her. Dia mengidam nak makan rendang, mencari-cari sekitar Subang tak jumpa gerai nasi lemak sampai kempunan maka Bak Kut Teh kering dilantaknya sebagai ganti.

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  19. Regarding the definition of Bumiputera and the Malays + orang asli, the definition of bumiputera in malaysia is so:

    1) Orang Asli
    2) any muslims citizens, speak in malay language and practicing the malay culture.

    So mamak is definitely Bumi unless they are foreigner. Otherwise bumi. Coz they are muslim, speak malay, and wear sarong and have wedding functions similar to malays.

    In fact all chinesa and indian who convert to islam, and practice malays culture and speak fluent malay SHOULD be registered as bumi. However this is not yet in practice.

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