Kiasu tahap gaban … alahai, betapa terserlahnya kekiasuan mereka

March 9, 2015 at 1:07 pm 21 comments

Jurucakap Isma dipetik kata-kata beliau hanya sebanyak empat perenggan – dan yang pendek-pendek pula itu – atas saranannya untuk mewujudkan kursus kenegaraan pada peringkat pra-universiti.

Namun beliau dibalas ultra kiasu dengan pekik lolong sepanjang 20 perenggan (763 patah perkataan).

Wajibkan kursus kenegaraan elak jadi ultra kiasu

(Ismaweb, 3 Mac 2015)

Ketua Penerangan Isma, Ustaz Mohd Hazizi Abd Rahman berkata, kursus seperti itu mesti dijadikan syarat untuk diterima masuk ke universiti tempatan serta untuk menerima pinjaman atau biasiswa tajaan.

“Ini kerana pada akhir-akhir ini, sudah ramai di antara puak ultra kiasu ini menunjukkan petanda sikap tidak patriotik.

“Sudah banyak petanda bahawa ultra kiasu lebih mementingkan diri sendiri dan kaum berbanding kepentingan negara.

“Mereka mengaut kekayaan negara, tetapi mereka juga secara terang-terangan tanpa segan silu mengutuk dan memperlekeh pencapaian negara sendiri,” katanya …

Itu sahaja – takat dicedok di atas – yang dipercakapkan oleh Ustaz Hazizi (gambar bawah).

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Cukup ultra punyalah si Firster ni

Sekarang cuba anda lihat pada respons oleh penulis bergelar Mikha Chan (‘Chan’ ialah nama keluarga kaum Cina) hari ini bertajuk ‘Decrying Isma’s warped version of patriotism‘.

Dari awal-awal lagi, si Mikha Chan ini dah menipu.

Tulisnya,

“Hazizi makes an amazing point – these are hard times the country is experiencing and instead of standing up and defending the government, Malaysians have had the audacity to make unpatriotic statements and question issues like the impending GST, the financial troubles of 1MDB, even why a politician’s sodomy case was politicised.”

Mana ada Ustaz Hazizi ungkit perihal GST, 1MDB dan kes liwat? Tak sebut pun.

Tapi Mikha Chan telah membayangkan seolah-olah Ustaz Hazizi membantah orang ramai atau golongan belia untuk membincang isu-isu tersebut.

Inilah kaedah orang kiasu mencipta dakyah.

Sambung Mikha Chan:

“As far as Isma is concerned, these statements are seditious. Akin to treason. In Isma’s eyes, if the government has flaws, that is all the more reason to love them. They’re only human after all.”

Sebenarnya perkataan “hasut”/”hasutan” langsung tidak terkandung dalam rencana Isma tersebut yang mewawancara Ustaz Hazizi. Seperkara lagi, Isma tidak pun memujuk awam supaya tutup sebelah mata kepada kepincangan-kepincangan dalam urus tadbir kerajaan.

Mikha Chan cuma merepek dengan sindirannya bahawa di kacamata Isma, “if the government has flaws, that is all the more reason to love them”.

Adakah Ustaz Hazizi berupa salah seorang “privileged few [who] are allowed to speak freely against other races with impunity” seperti yang didakwa Mikha Chan?

Maksudnya, betulkah Ustaz Hazizi main hentam sembrono ataupun beliau telah membentangkan sebuah hujah yang berasas?

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Biar betik: Pihak mana yang lebih menyerlah ‘nepotisme’ dan ‘kronisme’nya?

Mikha Chan merengak:

“Don’t like the racial policies in place? Too bad. Nobody asked you to be born here. Go back to whatever country your grandparents came from, although you have absolutely zero in common with your supposed motherland anymore.”

Berikut ialah nasihat percuma saya:

Kalau Mikha Chan sudah memeluk agama Kristian (andaikata lah) dan tidak merasakan dirinya masih mempunyai apa-apa pertalian ataupun tidak mungkin serasi lagi dengan para penduduk yang menghuni di People’s Republic of China, baik dia pertimbangkan Tasmania, Australia sebagai destinasi idamannya.   #just sayin’.

Isma juga diperli oleh Mikha Chan sebagai pertubuhan yang bertaut kepada pegangan ‘mesti taksub’ terhadap pemimpin.

“Malaysians must understand it is not acceptable to have differing views from that of leaders in positions of power. They’re in power for a reason – which absolutely isn’t nepotism, cronyism or political power-mongering, just in case you’re wondering – so therefore, everything they say is right,” tulis Mikha Chan.

“Malaysians must understand that all ultra kiasu are ignorant; they talk nonsense, and therefore their views are unimportant.” Siapa makan cili, dia rasa pedas.

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Mikha Chan: “Stop trying to force-feed our youth with your warped idea of patriotism”

Pada hemat Mikha Chan, “It matters not [to Isma] that too many of our students graduate from university with half-baked language skills and are pretty much unemployable because we don’t train them to deal with the high standards the rest of the professional world calls for, or to even hold a passable conversation in English”.

Biasalah tu (sikap memandang rendah orang lain). Kan betul Ustaz Hazizi cakap – ada sekelompok anak bangsa Malaysia yang “secara terang-terangan tanpa segan silu mengutuk dan memperlekeh pencapaian negara sendiri”.

Mikha Chan menuduh Isma mahu IPTA kita dijadikan sudut propaganda kerajaan seraya melontarkan soalan kepada Isma, “What is your idea of patriotism? And how narrow-minded do you have to be to believe that your concept is better than ours?”

Kononya Isma berpandangan sempit manakala konsep patriotisme yang didakap ultra kiasu adalah yang terbaik kot.

“How dare you call us less patriotic than you, Isma? How dare you. Because that is exactly what you’re implying. You think that we don’t love our country as much as you do.” Saya syorkan agar Ustaz Hazizi tolong kirim sekeping cermin sebagai hadiah untuk Mikha Chan.

“I am patriotic because Malaysia is my home. I was born and raised here, and while I know that talk is cheap and in great supply, I will take up arms to defend my home and family in a heartbeat.” – Mikha Chan

Talk is cheap and statistics don’t lie.

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Pencinta negara yang berjuang habis-habisan untuk membanteras gejala rasuah

“There is no other place on Earth where I feel at home. I still long for the familiar sights and smells of home when I’m in a foreign land. And wherever I go, I bring my country with me.” – Mikha Chan

“We love our country, flaws and all. We want to see our country grow and get better.’ – Mikha Chan


(Malaysian Firsters are patriotic because they love Nasi Lemak)

Hannah nasi lemak ayam goreng

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“To quote Albert Camus: ‘I should like to be able to love my country and still love justice’.” – Mikha Chan

“Those that criticise their government, barring those politically motivated, usually are those that want to protect their home, not just from outside threats, but from the corrupt and malign …” – Mikha Chan

Pendek kata, Mikha Chan dan rakan-rakan sewaktunya adalah insan yang paling patriotik di negara.

Kesian Isma duduk tempat tercorot kerana Firsters sememangnya menjuarai liga.

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21 Comments Add your own

  • 1. The Rithmatist  |  March 9, 2015 at 1:25 pm

    Yeah, yeah….blah, blah and more blah.

    Why are you going on like a broken record, Helen?

    Fair enough that we’ve had our disagreements and face offs, but this is a new low for you.

    How do you define “patriotism” anyway? Is it loyalty to your country of citizenship or to that country’s government of the day? Is it respecting your country’s Constitution and laws, even if you believe they are flawed and need to be changed? Is it joining the armed forces, the police or the uniformed services? Is it an ability to be able to communicate in the National Language? Is it believing that your country offers you freedom of choice, freedom of religion and constitutional guarantees of protection against bias or discrimination on the grounds of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation?

    And is your view of “patriotism” one that you are trying to foist on others who may not agree with your views?

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    • 2. islam1st  |  March 10, 2015 at 12:54 am

      ‘Why are you going on like a broken record, Helen?’

      Speak for yourself!

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    • 3. MatLazi  |  March 10, 2015 at 1:01 am

      Your kind of people are too easy to be found nowadays, because your kind of people claim to be everything good, patriotic, very Malaysian, yeah yeah…. blah blah and more blah.

      But you are indeed evil, have a black heart. Whatever your kind of people say, is toxic and venomous.

      It didn’t take me long to notice you the rithmatist and every time I see The Rithmatist I feel like vomiting. Sick.

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    • 4. Rai  |  March 10, 2015 at 12:17 pm

      “And is your view of “patriotism” one that you are trying to foist on others who may not agree with your views?”

      The ones agreeing with Ms. Helen is sure hell lot more than the ‘others’ who agree with you!

      Reply
  • 5. sirimuda  |  March 9, 2015 at 1:32 pm

    My simple arithmetic ‘ Ayer yang tenang jangan di sangka tiada buaya’
    Lagi satu jh low in the making

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  • 6. anonymous  |  March 9, 2015 at 1:46 pm

    If they are so patriotic then why so against kursus kenegaraan?
    If even that is so difficult, I don’t expect those people to ever defend their country. They can’t even defend it with words. How can you run down your country, belittle its countrymen, and think you are patriotic for doing so?

    These cynical people don’t realize the power of words. You keep telling yourself you are shit, you will become shit. You run down your country, when you come across injustice you would not do anything despite of complaining or grumbling all about it because in your heart you have accepted that’s the way it is and would be.

    That’s why we have Wawasan 2020, Malaysia Boleh and all that.
    To accomplish things you will always start from intent and vocalize it with words, written or verbal and then realize it with actions.
    Well, breaking it up into easily manageable chunks and working on some schedule/deadline also helps immensely.

    I’m sure that pakatan people with all their proclamations of UBAH, SARAWAK DREAM, INI KALILAH, KITA LAWAN etc etc should understand the point I’m making.

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  • 7. Mat  |  March 9, 2015 at 1:46 pm

    Satu cara mudah nak pastikan semua patriotik terhadap Negara terutama bahasa negara / kebangsaan.

    Selepas lahir, sebagai rakyat Malaysia, semua orang akan dapat sijil lahir atau surat beranak. Apabila berumur 12 tahun masing-masing berebut mendaftar untuk dapat IC biru.

    Cadangan saya, tambah syarat untuk memohon IC biru iaitu bukti kelulusan Bahasa Melayu dan bukti kelulusan ujian lisan Bahasa Melayu. Dengan sijil lulus Bahasa Melayu penulisan (termasuk kefahaman) dan lisan, seseorang yang memohon IC biru akan mendapat IC biru dengan mudah kerana telah memenuhi syarat. Tiada masalah bagi mereka yang bersekolah di sekolah kebangsaan.

    Sebaliknya, siapa yang tiada sijil tersebut perlulah tidak dibenarkan mendapat IC biru melainkan setelah memenuhi syarat Bahasa Melayu.Syarat ini akan memaksa mereka lulus syarat Bahasa Melayu. Jika tidak, tiada IC biru!

    Saya pasti ultra kiasu akan terpekik terlolong membantah! Jadi apa yang patriotiknya jika bahasa kebangsaan tiada nilai pada mereka?

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    • 8. islam1st  |  March 10, 2015 at 1:07 am

      Memang depa akan terpekik terlolong sebab BM takdak value dan depa nak pindanh pi Australia, US atau EU tu yang polish English tahap mat saleh tapi BM macam tongkang mali!

      Reply
  • 9. Anun  |  March 9, 2015 at 2:08 pm

    As funny as when Lim Kit Siang said he is a Malaysian patriot.

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  • 10. rossab  |  March 9, 2015 at 3:21 pm

    They dont love the countrys national language. They want to change the constitution, they dont respect our democratic election results etc etc . Bu they are say they are patiotic. HOW?? Can they explain . EN. Fauzi please comment

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  • 11. Abdullah  |  March 9, 2015 at 4:39 pm

    Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.:

    “It is better to sit alone rather than be in the company of the bad, but it is better still to be with the good people rather than alone.
    It is better to converse with a seeker of knowledge rather than to remain silent, but silence is much better than idle words.”

    “Who is the most favoured soul before Allah? It is he from whom the greatest good comes to Allah’s creatures.”

    Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

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  • 12. AYAH  |  March 9, 2015 at 5:54 pm

    Ingatlah tentang pepatah “Rumah terbakar tikus lari.

    Perhaps many of you are still young and do not remember the Emergency or Konfrontasi. Those non-Malays who joind the armed forces during the Emergency, especially the Federation Regiment estalished by Templer, were called “Anjing Persekutuan”.

    During the Confrontation years, many youths joined the exodus to other countries purportedly to pursue further education. Who were left behind to defend their Tanah Air?

    Even some of those who incited racial emotions pre-May 1969 fled the country. One prominent chap fled to Vietnam and stayed there for a long time until it was safe to come home.

    So much for “patriotism”.

    Many of those who react adversely to calls for patriotism maybe do not really understand its meaning,concept and the spirit behind it in our multi-etnic and multicultural nation. Maybe, if they are exposed to understand it contextually, then they will understand the need for a “kursus kenegaraan” in its specific context.

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  • 15. Lousy.Engineer  |  March 9, 2015 at 7:29 pm

    “Namun beliau dibalas ultra kiasu dengan pekik lolong sepanjang 20 perenggan (763 patah perkataan).”

    Mikha Chan (is the author a he or she?) was probably responding to FMT’s take on Hazizi’s words. That FMT article was titled “Isma: Ultra Kiasu must be taught a lesson – literally”. The part of the headline that says “ultra kiasu must be taught a lesson”, probably triggered Mikha to go ballistic.

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    • 16. Helen Ang  |  March 9, 2015 at 7:57 pm

      That is perennially the problem with Dapster evangelistas. They swallow hook, line and sinker all the oppo black propaganda and then reflexively go ape shit.

      They never even bother to double-check with the original source or verify the facts. Or evaluate critically whether the info is credible or believable or logical.

      This is not the first time that words have been put in Isma’s mouth.

      Or the first time Isma is deliberately misrepresented or the issue maliciously magnified out of proportion, e.g. when a young Isma activist contributed his conservative take on X’mas greetings and his article is published in the Isma website, ‘they’ (the Dapster evangelista ideologues) make as if his orthodox views speak for Isma.

      However when it doesn’t suit them, e.g. Hadi Awang making a proclamation unfriendly to Pakatan, ‘they’ can blithely say that, oh, it’s just Hadi’s personal views and should not be taken as the PAS stance, never mind that he is the party president. Same with Karpal with his uncompromising stand on the Islamic state. The DAP propagandists insist that Karpal’s views are similarly his own private opinion, never mind that he is (was) the party chairman.

      But when an Isma contributor to the NGO website shares an opinion, ‘they’ declare that the young fella (who doesn’t hold any position in the NGO) is voicing the official outlook of Isma. Really double standards!

      And then they’re easily taken in the blatant scumbag shenanigans of the Pakatan agitprop, e.g. TMI‘s doctored photo on “undur Hadi” and the fitnah against Mukhriz.

      I’ve even met DAP supporters who actually believed that Utusan published the (fake) Rosmah story about how she had been saving up since she was little to buy the diamond rings.

      When so many Dapsters are so gullible, then they’re just a potential powder keg to a conflagration.

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      • 17. islam1st  |  March 10, 2015 at 1:12 am

        Apa nak dikato, kita adalah apa yang kita makan!

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  • 18. kampong lad  |  March 10, 2015 at 12:15 am

    kekiasuan…..i failed to pronounce it even after 3rd attempt. phew, i gave up.

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  • 19. islam1st  |  March 10, 2015 at 12:46 am

    ‘I will take up arms to defend my home and family in a heartbeat’

    Si penipu ni bukan nak angkat senjata untuk negara dan tanahair tapi angkat senjata lindungi rumah dia dan keluarga dia saja…masa perang pun terserlah kekiasuan melampau puak-puak ni!

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  • 20. islam1st  |  March 10, 2015 at 12:51 am

    ‘And wherever I go, I bring my country with me.’

    Broken BM et al!

    Reply
  • 21. Rai  |  March 10, 2015 at 12:43 pm

    Funny how Mika instinctively know he/she rightfully belong in the ‘ultrakiasu’ category.

    Reply

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