orangkampung commented @ 2015/05/15 at 9:50 am
“Never let it be said that people can’t learn from history. Dapsters have learned their lesson. They got smart. See how they are attacking Umno and BN with their ABU and UBAH. They keep their thoughts on the Malay race itself on the quiet, although of course once in a while they do surface.
“With all the problems that Umno is facing now, you can see how fragmented the Malays are. So maybe we will not come to another May 13 if BN loses and I’m sure the Dapsters have learned how to make the Malays toe the line.”
orangkampung says above that the Dapsters are attacking Umno and BN with their ABU and UBAH.
ABU & UBAH
Very true. DAP wants to destroy Umno (ABU) and change the government (UBAH) so that they can change the shape of the country.
At the vanguard of the attack is the Dapster family.
Mama Dapster aka Hannah Yeoh very recently attacked Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Paul Low in her tweet (see below) saying, “Please don’t waste time trying to change from within BN. They changed u instead. What a disappointment!”.
At the same time, she slagged BN folks who still support “race-based parties” as a “backward thinking” and “pathetic” lot that are “not capable of reforms” see @hannahyeoh tweet.
Malays are fragmented, Chinese are united
Malays are broken up into PAS, PKR, UmnoM and UmnoN. The Chinese are not broken up into DAP, MCA, Gerakan and SUPP. Instead the Chinese are almost all DAP, DAP, DAP.
I’ve complained before that the Chinese and Christians have got a stranglehold on the social media, and their Dapsters and evangelistas are the Super CyberBullies terrorizing and character assassinating dissidents with their endless bohong, putar-belit and fitnah.
Pakatan, of whom Chinese and Christians make up the backbone, have a thorough control the Chinese and English-language media as well dominate in Twitterjaya, Facebook and other forms of digital mass communication.
The Chinese are Facebook masters, i.e. spending 24/7 behind the computer screen or on electronic gadgets. Nonetheless, Facebookers should never underestimate footballers, to put it metaphorically.
ABOVE: Azizi Safar is the Penang BN executive secretary
Even in the era before DAP SuperCyber Bullies
In May 1969, the Chinese were
- “noisy, racially provocative and intimidating”, according to the NOC White Paper on the race riots
- responsible for “insults and abuse hurled at Umno and the Malays”, according to Goh Cheng Teik
- “throwing insults at the Malays”, according to Tunku Abdul Rahman
- “went on a rampage of insults and obscenities”, according to Tun Razak
- “taunted the Kampung Baru Malays with cries such as ‘Melayu balik kampung’ and ‘This is our country now’,” according to Dr Mahathir
The Chinese were (and still are) Masters of the Mouth. They are verbally vicious, and unmatched in their viciousness.
BELOW: Hannah prioritizing her Twitter over state assembly matters
ABOVE: Hannah Yeoh pulling a ‘Bak Kut Teh is not pork’ stunt and tried to tai chi her own fault to Najib for blame
The lesson from past Sino-Malay conflicts
The Malays are definitely losers in any war of words. They are, however, the more physical people and make up the bulk of the recruits to the police, army and other uniformed and defence forces.
Malays also do a lot of team activities that are physical, such as football.
Currently, our national football team comprises almost all Malays with a sprinkling of Indians and others. There is not a single Chinese player despite the Chinese making up a quarter of the Malaysian population.
So what will happen in a real fight between the Chinese and the Malay?
Answer in the House of Commons, UK
There is an interesting episode from late 1945, around the period that Kiyai Salleh and his Tentera Selempang Merah mengamok in Batu Pahat, Johor. This particular Sino-Malay conflict – highlighted in a debate in the British Parliament (see below) – took place in Teluk Anson, Perak on 30 Dec 1945.
About 100 Chinese attacked a kampung called Lambor Kanan, injuring 14 Malays. The Chinese also succeeded in murdering three Malay villagers of Kg Lambor Kanan. Nonetheless, some 25 Chinese from the raiding party were themselves killed.
When Chinese attack Malays in their kampung homes, they (the Chinese) get themselves killed in a bigger number than the people they attacked. That’s because Malays are more physical.
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