Will Hannah Yeoh give the Rohingya work as her children’s babysitter?

May 17, 2015 at 1:41 pm 39 comments

They are not refugees. Half of the 25,000 boat people are Bangladeshi economic emigrants.

A refugee is defined by the dictionary as “a person who has been forced to leave his country in order to escape war, persecution or natural disaster”.

There is no war, earthquake or tsunami in Bangladesh. These people should be treated by Malaysia like the illegal immigrants that they really are.

In the smuggler mixed boats, between 40 and 60 percent, are Rohingya. “Virtually all the rest are Bangladeshi” (see CNN chart below)

Half are Banglas

Hundreds of thousands more will come

“Malaysia must not let Rohingya become our problem,” commented Shamshul Anuar @ May 16, 2015 at 7:45 am.

Deputy Home Minister Wan Junaidi Jaafar said, “If we continue to welcome them, then hundreds of thousands will come from Myanmar and Bangladesh”. Wan Junaidi told CNN by phone that the government will turn them back if the boat is still good.

“We give them food, and drink and fuel and send them back,” he was quoted as saying by CNN two days ago.

Wan Junaidi also said that the Rohingya come with “lots of social problems” and “the sentiment of the people [Malaysians] is completely against immigrants”.

The result of my online poll concurs with what the Deputy Home Minister says above.

‘Should the Rohingya boat people refugees be allowed to stay in Malaysia’ opinion survey has run 42 hours (1-and-½ days) and attracted 413 participants. A clear majority (55.45%) of those polled said ‘No’ while 33.41% said ‘Yes’.

Nonetheless the conscientious objectors are the silent majority whereas it is those against the government and its pushback decision who are loudest.

Rohingya poll result

As at 1.25pm today

Cheap publicity seekers

But there are the self-righteous evangelical Christians who lecture others that object to the Rohingya unnecessarily becoming our problem.

These evangelistas want to show the world how colour blind they are and the abundance of Beyond-race LOVE that they wear on their sleeve.

“Tweeting is easy”

Madame ‘Showboat’ Speaker might want to consider first looking into the plight of stateless Malaysian Indians who are the displaced estate workers from the former rubber plantations.

Shamshul Anuar reminded us @ May 16, 2015 at 7:45 am, “As for Hannah, she is a hypocrite. She better cook something for these misplaced people. Then she knows how messy it is. Tweeting is easy.”

i hate n’sync  commented @ May 17, 2015 at 4:02 am, “Well, there will always be people who wear their compassion on their sleeves for personal mileage. You are talking about a politician after all who used her own daughters for a very twisted purpose.”

HH website

The many, many Chinese Rohingya sympathizers

The very first reader to comment on my opinion survey posting was HH, who runs the website https://harlequinh.wordpress.com/ (screenshot above). HH’s comment was to lecture the Malays on their hypocrisy.

HH wrote @ May 15, 2015 at 7:26 pm, “While there has been so much indignation and sympathy for the plight of the Palestinians, here, right here, we have the means to make a difference to the lives of the Muslim Rohingyas but yet, such indifference.”

Replying to my comment on the “self-indulgent” evangelista showboaters, HH responsed @ May 16, 2015 at 7:11 pm, “Don’t try to putar belit and villify the Rohingya sympathizers as cowards for not willing to make the ‘hard decisions’, K?”

Racism is so yesterday

The Lambs of God and their touched and troubled hearts

Rohingya sympathizers like Tan Zhong Yan started an online petition to the Asean sec-gen praying that sanity and humanity will prevail.

Tan said in his petition, “The only ‘wrongs’ that they have committed were probably that they were being born in the wrong country, wrong ethnicity or having and believing the ‘wrong’ religion”.

Other Rohingya sympathizers are Debbie Loh and Philip Teh who in their online petition speak as “we the people”.

Debbie and Philip want the Rohingya and Bangladeshi boat people “cared for by our elected Malaysian government” (even though it is suspicious suspect if Debbie and Philip themselves had ever voted this BN federal government).

You can still register your vote above

Never mind, I tell you what. Tak aci lah selalu dok suruh orang lain buat tu dan ni. Instead of mouthing off in the social media and ordering others about, these Rohingya sympathizers can begin with the man in the mirror.

I suggest that since my elected Malaysian government (yeah, I voted ’em) has already said ‘No’, why not Debbie Loh, Philip Teh, Tan Zhong Yan, HH and Hannah personally jemput one Rohingya each – from the tens of thousands waiting in Malaysian camps – and “provide them with shelter, adequate medical care, clothing, food and water”. Praise the Lord for your charity.

Why don’t they put their money where their mouth is?

Those of us Malaysians who say ‘No’ to these illegal immigrants are portrayed by as merciless, inhumane racists lacking in compassion.

On Hannah’s Facebook, where she pleaded for the government to “have mercy”, Facebooker Syed Nasir Hussin responded that Yeoh should use her own money or her own house to host the refugees, and not provide them help at the expense of Malaysian taxpayers, according to a news report yesterday.

“Mereka cuba bawa masuk budaya mereka ke Malaysia. Pengemis jalanan meningkat. Jenayah meningkat,” Syed Nasir said.

Not everybody agrees with Syed Nasir though. Some of the merciful Christians believe that we can absorb Rohingya and Bangladeshi illegal immigrants into Malaysian society.

Hannah says they are only victims punished for being stateless as well as discriminated against based on race and we must have mercy.

Perhaps Hannah can show leadership by example by employing one of them to babysit her daughters.

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Last time we didn’t allow Vietnamese boat people to stay either Leave your Prada at home, Hannah, and volunteer to cook a meal for the Rohingyas

39 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2015 at 2:29 pm

    See also jentayu’s comment @ 2015/05/17 at 9:27 am

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  • 2. afendihamat  |  May 17, 2015 at 2:31 pm

    Why play on the plight of the Palestinians? And then do it in the worst possible manner?

    As a Malaysian, I believe in self-determination for Palestinians based on a just and lasting peace with Israel. The problem here is Israel is never interested in peace when they can steal from the Palestinians and continue to herd them into smaller and smaller enclaves and open air prisons. So my support for Palestinians is also a means to pressure Israel as the occupying power to comply with her responsibilities and the decisions of UNSC regarding the treatment of Palestinian lives and properties (including their lands, which every Israeli government seemed intent on stealing).

    Does that mean I’ll propose a solution that allows Palestinians to migrate to Malaysia? Hell no. That is simply giving Israel an opportunity to evade their responsibilities. The various divestment campaigns carried out all over the world is basically a way to force Israel to stop stealing lands and find a way to make peace.

    The Rohingyas are a different problem altogether. A person who simply plays on the fact that they are “fellow Muslims” reveals much about his or her mentality.

    And yes, I agree with some here that “Cakap tu senang!”. To those professing “love and compassion” (real or otherwise) for the Rohingyas on the boats off our coast now, do something real instead of twittering/facebooking. Oh, and use your own money.

    A more logical option would be to use the mechanisms available in ASEAN to make Myanmar stand by its responsibilities. But that would mean less opportunities for hypocrites and twitter-mad politicians to show “love and compassion”.

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    • 3. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2015 at 2:33 pm

      re: “Why play on the plight of the Palestinians? And then do it in the worst possible manner?”

      Revealing of the evangelista mindset.

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      • 4. jentayu  |  May 17, 2015 at 3:28 pm

        These people just want to show how bias a malay muslim can be even to his own brethen. Like what afendi write above, people like HH fail to see that the situation between rohingyas and palestinian is totally different. The first ran away from his nation while the latter fight for his right to live.

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        • 5. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2015 at 3:39 pm

          re: “the situation between rohingyas and palestinian is totally different”

          Takpe boleh samakan, b’cos tweet-tweet @hannahyeoh pun generic jer. Bukankah Puan Speaker ni boleh letak Gaza, Ebola dan MH17 sebaris?

          There’s nothing that does not trouble their compassionate heart.

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          • 6. jentayu  |  May 17, 2015 at 4:22 pm

            Haha. Janji boleh kenakan balik orang yang tak satu kepala dengan mereka. Lepas kita jawab, terus label kita ada knee jerk reaction.

            Mungkin mereka beria2 nak masukkan pelarian rohingya tu so claim yang 40k pengundi bangla tu boleh dibuktikan akhirnya. Maklumlah rohingya dengan bangla kan kira serumpun.

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        • 7. zarman  |  May 17, 2015 at 5:20 pm

          Puak2 parti kiasu DAP cuba nak menjadi juara, sebelum disamakan dgn rakhine, baik buat preventive argument….

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          • 8. tebing tinggi  |  May 17, 2015 at 5:55 pm

            Mentality “pembangkang” is simple ,opposed anything that the government did , that the quality we had .

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        • 10. AC-DC  |  May 19, 2015 at 4:29 pm

          Of course, totally different.

          Palestinians are fair skinned, not unlike these swarthy Rohingyas.

          If these boats were full of Palestinian asylum seekers, rest assured the response from the Malaysian government, and a majority of this blog’s readers will be very different.

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          • 11. Helen Ang  |  May 19, 2015 at 5:00 pm

            Are you calling the readers of this blog “racist”?

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    • 12. HH  |  May 17, 2015 at 5:03 pm

      Afendihamat and Jentayu

      Did anyone propose giving those Rohingya refugees a clear path to citizenship?

      Not me. No fitnah please.

      The ideal would be providing them (the refugees) a temporary shelter and some humanitarian aid for the time being. But we don’t live in the ideal world.

      As for the Palestinian remarks, well, it might be made in haste, but still, there is truth.

      How many displaced communities with refugee status are there in the world who lost their homes through conflict, famine and persecution?

      Too many to name.

      Quote UHCR:
      “In the Central African Republic, fighting intensified in December 2013, displacing more than 844,000 persons.
      The conflict in Mali, which erupted in 2012, and displaced more than 227,000, continued in 2013, with an additional 111,000 persons uprooted.
      In Somalia 1.4 million were internally displaced at the end of 2013, and in Iraq 1.3 million (although 2014 has seen wide-scale new displacement). “

      Do we hear much about these folks? Are there donation drives initiated by various NGOs, individuals or churches/mosques in Malaysia? I am not assigning blame to Malaysians, but the indisputable fact is the Palestinian plight garners more attention and reaction. Why?

      The common denominator between Malaysians and Palestinians thousands of kilometres away is their sense of solidarity through their faith.

      So to say faith has nothing to do with the overwhelming response shown to the Palestinians’ cause is just disingenuous. Before somebody putar-belit, (and you know who eh, Helen) this is not a condemnation, am just merely making my point.

      Finally, it is a fair question why the same sense of kinship is not extended to the Rokhingyas?

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      • 13. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2015 at 5:38 pm

        re: “Before somebody putar-belit, (and you know who eh, Helen)…”

        I do believe zarman’s (comment on this page) is onto something when he mentioned “puak2 parti kiasu DAP … buat preventive argument”. LOL.

        Cheers.

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      • 14. afendihamat  |  May 17, 2015 at 9:28 pm

        HH,

        You clearly don’t know much about the Palestinian issue and why it affects Muslims. I’m not going to spend time talking about this since it wont be of much help to you.

        I applaud your efforts in referring to UNHCR data regarding displaced persons. Bravo. Well done.

        I can also add many more humanitarian tragedies in Africa including the various conflicts in Congo for example.

        But I wont waste my time, because trying to link up those issues with the current issue would be oversimplifying too many things. Good for certain politicians showing their feelings to the world, not very good for nobodies like me.

        “Finally, it is a fair question why the same sense of kinship is not extended to the Rokhingyas?”

        The Rokhingyas willingly abandoned their homes. Paid smugglers lots of money to get here.

        Let that sink in for awhile. Get the difference yet?

        If not, I’ll make a point-by-point comparison when I have time. But no promises ok, like I said, oversimplifying things arent really my thing.

        One of our ministers said that if we let them in now, we’ll be sending a message to so many others waiting to leave that it’s ok to come.

        I dont normally agree with politicians, but in this case i have to make an exception. Economic migrants arent refugees.

        I cant remember the politician’s name. Must be getting old. Or maybe he isnt one of those twitter-mad kind and therefore not that well known.

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        • 15. islam1st  |  May 17, 2015 at 11:50 pm

          ‘Economic migrants arent refugees.’

          Setuju. Yang dua juta dulu dapat kerakyatan pun dah macam2 cerita!

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        • 16. HH  |  May 18, 2015 at 12:49 am

          Afendihamat

          Quote: You clearly don’t know much about the Palestinian issue and why it affects Muslims.

          I am well aware of the Palestinian-Israel conflict. Just that I have no desire to embroil myself in that topic.

          Quote: I can also add many more humanitarian tragedies in Africa including the various conflicts in Congo for example.

          You are missing the point.

          The UHNCR data is used to illustrate the fact there are plenty of refugees around world, but the Palestinians’ plight is the one that seems to strike a chord with the Malaysians. This is in response to your assertion:-

          Quote: A person who simply plays on the fact that they are “fellow Muslims” reveals much about his or her mentality.

          I disagree with your contention of me bringing in your faith into the discussion is to be construed as some kind of bias.

          The truth of the matter is, it is precisely the fact the Palestinians are ‘fellow Muslims’, their cause garnered much public interest and support as compared to the scores of other refugees out there. So let’s not discount the implication of ‘faith’ in this discussion. Just own it.

          Quote: The Rokhingyas willingly abandoned their homes. Paid smugglers lots of money to get here.

          Make no mistake, the Rokhingyas are being persecuted back home. They do have legit refugee status. Amnesty National calls them the ‘most persecuted refugees in the world’.

          http://www.amnesty.org.au/refugees/comments/35290/

          The fact they paid illegal smugglers to get away does not diminish the reality they are bona fide refugees facing real persecution.

          Malaysia did not sign the UN convention on refugees. Legally speaking, Malaysia is not obligated to take them in.

          That is not the issue you and I are talking about. Of course Malaysia can throw the book at the refugees. But, as fellow human beings, we are not immune to human decency and compassion.

          The only question we need to consider is do we make exceptions when lives are at stake or do we stick to our guns because we are legally not required to help.

          To each their own.

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        • 17. AC-DC  |  May 19, 2015 at 4:35 pm

          “The Rokhingyas willingly abandoned their homes. Paid smugglers lots of money to get here.”

          So did the Palestinians. They abandoned their homes in the aftermath of the Israel-Palestine conflict. A lot of them paid human smugglers to get them to other Middle Eastern and North African countries.

          But the difference is these Rohingyas are dark-skinned. In contrast, the fair Bosnians, Chechens, Palestinans, and Syrians will elicit much more sympathy.

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  • 18. Jeff  |  May 17, 2015 at 3:46 pm

    Will Helen Ang finally get a life and stop carrying on like a jealous sixteen year old girl?

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    • 19. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2015 at 4:09 pm

      You evangelical Christians have a real ‘funny’ way of looking at life.

      Your hearts are perpetually “troubled” and aching-breaking thinking about the troubles of foreign strangers, and crying over Anwar’s prison meals.

      But at the same time, you think other people are actually “jealous” over your overwrought display of love, compassion and empathy. You need a Prozac prescription.

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      • 20. Jeff  |  May 18, 2015 at 7:32 am

        “You evangelical Christians ”

        There you go assuming things again. I’m a Catholic….you know, God’s true religion.

        I just find your daily obsession with Hannah beyond laughable now.

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        • 21. Helen Ang  |  May 18, 2015 at 7:39 am

          I’m aware you’re Catholic. You’ve mentioned before and I remember b’cos I’ve a photographic memory.

          Being a Catholic does not preclude you from being evangelical if you behave like an evangelista. (Quacks like a duck, waddles like a duck, it’s a duck lah.)

          Father Murphy Pakiam is seen as evangelical by many suspicious Muslims as he’s the one who instituted the court action on the ‘Allah’ word on behalf of The Herald, a Catholic publication.

          As for you allegation about my so-called “obsession”, there’s no need for you to be obsessively visiting my blog if the content here is so “laughable” in your eyes.

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          • 22. What Is This  |  May 18, 2015 at 10:48 am

            They are the same people. They are obsessed with people who do not share their views.

            This is not the first time they show up here. They will continue to show up here and there until and after the new general elections.

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        • 23. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 18, 2015 at 11:39 am

          “There you go assuming things again. I’m a Catholic….you know, God’s true religion.”

          So other religions are not?

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          • 24. Jeff  |  May 19, 2015 at 10:50 am

            Of course not. God can only have one true nature, right? My comment was made with tongue firmly planted in cheek to annoy a few here. Never the less, God’s true nature can only be represented by one creed, perhaps one of the major ones or maybe it hasn’t even been revealed yet to mankind. Having studied a few religions, I am honestly think that the Catholic religion makes the most sense and actually seems to be divinely inspired. Am I certain that it’s the absolute truth? Not really, how can we know for sure.

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  • 25. Sabbas48  |  May 17, 2015 at 6:41 pm

    Helen,

    Kita ini manusia dan manusia mepunyai perasaan belas kasihan. Boleh kah kita sebagai manusia, membiar orang-orang Rohingya dan Bangla yang terapung di lautan tanpa makanan dan perubatan mati kerana angkara manusia yang jahat.

    Adakah kita mahu melihat mayat-mayat yang telah busuk dan reput terdampar di sepanjang pantai negara kita. Ketika itu simpati kita sudah tak bermakna lagi.

    Oleh itu kerajaan Malaysia wajib membantu orang-orang Rohingya dan Bangla ini mendarat di negara ini sebagai bantuan kemanusiaan.

    Kita boleh membantu orang-orang Rohingya ini untuk tinggal dan bekerja di sini sementara mereka dapat negara lain untuk berpindah. Sebagai tindakan balas kepada kerajaan Myanmar, kita boleh batalkan permit kerja rakyatnya yang ramai di sini dan hantar mereka balik. Kita tak perlu mereka yang datang dari negara yang rakyatnya zalim terhadap masyarakat Rohingya.

    Bagi Bangla mereka boleh terus dihantar balik ke negara mereka kerana mereka ini bukan pelarian yang diusir dari negara mereka.

    Jika kerajaan buat tinjauan dan operasi kita akan dapati ramai rakyat Bangladesh yang bekerja secara sambilan dengan tiada mempunyai permit kerja. Sesetengah dari mereka mungkin dah tinggal bertahun-tahun lamanya.
    Kerajaan juga harus bertindak ke atas rakyat Cina dan Vietnam yang masuk ke negara ini sebagai isteri kedua, tetapi sebenarnya jadi pelacur.

    Mungkin ada pembaca akan kata orang-orang Rohingya ini tidak boleh berbahasa Melayu untuk bekerja di sini menggantikan tempat rakyat Myanmar, tetapi saya tidak khuatir kerana mereka boleh di ajar berbahasa Melayu kerana mereka akan sedia untuk belajar dan menjadi fasih berbahasa Melayu nanti. Apa tah lagi jika kita bandingkan mereka kelak dengan ramai orang-orang keturunan Cina yang dah diberi kerakyatan semasa merdeka dahulu dan keturunan-keturunan selepasnya yang masih tak boleh fasih bercakap Bahasa Melayu, orang-orang Rohingya ini akan lebih hebat lagi.

    Sekian

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    • 26. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2015 at 7:34 pm

      re: “Kita ini manusia dan manusia mempunyai perasaan belas kasihan.”

      Rohingya dan Bangla di atas kapal itu saling berbunuhan dan ada juga yang menolak penumpang lain masuk ke dalam laut. Mereka tidak ada perasaan belas kasihan pun.

      “They were killing each other, throwing people overboard,” Sunarya, the police chief in Langsa, told AFP. “Because [the boat] was overcapacity, some people had to go and probably they were defending themselves.”

      http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/may/15/asian-migrant-crisis-grows-as-700-more-boat-people-rescued-off-indonesia

      re: “Boleh kah kita sebagai manusia, membiar orang-orang Rohingya dan Bangla yang terapung di lautan tanpa makanan dan perubatan mati kerana angkara manusia yang jahat.”

      Memang yang buat kerja menyeledup itu jahat. Namun ia urusan ‘willing seller, willing buyer’. Dilaporkan penumpang telah membayar RM8,000-RM10,000 untuk menaiki kapal.

      re: “Oleh itu kerajaan Malaysia wajib membantu orang-orang Rohingya dan Bangla ini mendarat di negara ini sebagai bantuan kemanusiaan.”

      Kerajaan kita sudah memutuskan untuk tidak terima mereka. Ini keputusan Majlis Keselamatan Negara dan berasaskan pertimbangan pakar-pakar keselamatan dan penggubal dasar.

      re: “Kita boleh membantu orang-orang Rohingya ini untuk tinggal dan bekerja di sini sementara mereka dapat negara lain untuk berpindah.”

      Tidak ada negara lain yang mahu menerima mereka. Rata-rata ditolak. Malah negara asal mereka (kini digelar Bangladesh) pun enggan bertanggungjawab.

      re: “Sebagai tindakan balas kepada kerajaan Myanmar, kita boleh batalkan permit kerja rakyatnya yang ramai di sini dan hantar mereka balik.”

      Mereka PATI kot. Tiada permit.

      re: “Kita tak perlu mereka yang datang dari negara yang rakyatnya zalim terhadap masyarakat Rohingya.”

      Tradisi Asean ialah untuk tidak mencampurtangani hal dalaman negara anggota.

      re: “Bagi Bangla mereka boleh terus dihantar balik ke negara mereka kerana mereka ini bukan pelarian yang diusir dari negara mereka.”

      Mampukah kita cam siapa Rohingya dan siapa Bangla untuk diasingkan mereka yang mendarat sekapal? Rohingya dan Bangla asal serumpun.

      re: “Jika kerajaan buat tinjauan dan operasi kita akan dapati ramai rakyat Bangladesh yang bekerja secara sambilan dengan tiada mempunyai permit kerja. Sesetengah dari mereka mungkin dah tinggal bertahun-tahun lamanya.”

      Itulah. Orang Bangla dah tinggal bertahun-tahun lamanya di sini secara gelap. Kalau orang Rohingya dibenarkan masuk, pun sama juga. Mustahil akan dapat pindahkan mereka ke negara ketiga.

      re: “Kerajaan juga harus bertindak ke atas rakyat Cina dan Vietnam yang masuk ke negara ini sebagai isteri kedua, tetapi sebenarnya jadi pelacur.”

      Ini kena BN tawan balik Selangor dulu, barulah boleh buat serbuan ke atas sarang-sarang maksiat di Subang Jaya. SJ ialah kubu kuat DAP.

      re: “Apa tah lagi jika kita bandingkan mereka kelak dengan ramai orang-orang keturunan Cina yang dah diberi kerakyatan semasa merdeka dahulu dan keturunan-keturunan selepasnya yang masih tak boleh fasih bercakap Bahasa Melayu…”

      Betul tu. Pendatang dan keturunan pendatang bermasalah. Tengok aje pada karenah si Alvin sex blogger dan gelagat para peminatnya. Tapi dah diberi kerakyatan, apakan daya.

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      • 27. alwieabdullah  |  May 18, 2015 at 11:06 am

        Helen,

        saya salah seorang reader yang vote ‘NO’.

        sepertimana orang lain, perasaan simpati dan kasihan memang ada apabila melihat penderitaan ‘pelarian’ yang hanyut berkenaan.

        membantu mereka memang patut tetapi membantu tidaklah hingga perlu menyediakan tempat tinggal mereka di negara ini kan?

        biarlah pihak-pihak yang berkuasa menentukan apa tindakan yang paling sesuai. dan paling tidak, ‘pelarian’ ini tentu dibekalkan makanan, minuman dan ubat-ubatan. sementara itu semua kena bersabar menunggu keputusan sebab yang berunding ialah antara kerajaan…bukan kita.

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  • 28. HH  |  May 17, 2015 at 6:52 pm

    Quote: I suggest that since my elected Malaysian government (yeah, I voted ’em) has already said ‘No’, why not Debbie Loh, Philip Teh, Tan Zhong Yan, HH and Hannah personally jemput one Rohingya each – from the tens of thousands waiting in Malaysian camps – and “provide them with shelter, adequate medical care, clothing, food and water”. Praise the Lord for your charity.”

    If you are relegated to employing tu quoque fallacy in your argument, you are clearly losing it.

    So, how many displaced Indian estate workers have you taken in?

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    • 29. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2015 at 7:48 pm

      re: “So, how many displaced Indian estate workers have you taken in?”

      Tsk, tsk, tsk … such methods you’re employing. LOL.

      re: “you are clearly losing it”

      Oh please do go on with your ad hominems, HH. How impressive indeed to hurl this kind of verbal abuse just because I don’t agree with your views, LOL.

      Here are other phrases that mean the same as “losing it” –

      HH says that Helen is “clearly losing it” = HH says that Helen is clearly becoming deranged, HH says that Helen is clearly going bonkers, HH says that Helen is clearly going crazy, HH says that Helen is clearly falling to pieces

      I recall the last time I disagreed with you, you said that I was talking nonsense. Cheers.

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      • 30. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2015 at 8:05 pm

        TO BE PEDANTIC and preempting any putar belit

        re: “I recall the last time I disagreed with you, you said that I was talking nonsense”

        I recall ONE OF THE last times you disagreed with me, you said that I was talking nonsense (HH used the word “absurd”).

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        • 31. shamshul anuar  |  May 17, 2015 at 10:19 pm

          Helen,

          Malaysia must send a clear message to these Bangladeshis and Rohingyas that they must not expect these country to solve their problems.

          We are more than generous. More than 130000 Rohingyas are in Malaysia. UNCHR if possible wants Malaysia (short of saying it) becomes the dumping ground for Rohingyas.

          If we are accept them into our shore out of sympathy, it would take decades to chase them out as no other countries want them. Beside, our action or inaction are heavily scrutinized. Once we allow them landed, more Rohingyas will come here. But if we stands firm, we will send the message that generosity has reaches its limit.

          Hannah talks about mercy, a quality that is alien to her. Of course, mere suggestion is very easy. Try accomodating them in selangor. I don’t think Azmin too wants Rohingya problem to be Selangor problem.

          Most Malaysians I notice agree with Malaysia. The general consensus is that Malaysia is over lenient over generous on this issue.

          As for Hannah, this is my advice: “Go to the shelter for Rohingyas and start cooking for them. Leave your Prada and Handphone home. Maybe then you will understand what is reality”.

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        • 32. Deflections  |  May 18, 2015 at 9:31 am

          Hey HH, either cool down or beat it.

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          • 33. HH  |  May 18, 2015 at 12:30 pm

            Deflections

            Keep talking, someday you might say something intelligent….provided if you live long enough.

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  • 34. tasik biru  |  May 17, 2015 at 8:16 pm

    ya, i know, these r the next group of people u are going to use as ur modal for cerita pengundi hantu.

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  • 35. Aku orang malaysia  |  May 17, 2015 at 8:46 pm

    Saya sangat2 tidak setuju kalau mereka ini dibwa masuk. Tak cukup banyak ke pendatang kat negara kita ni, nak dibawa masuk utk bela ramai2 mereka ni. Daripada bela mereka ni, baik kita tolong rakyat kita mangsa banjir yang tak tertolong tu (ibarat anak sendiri mati lapar, nak bela anak orang pulak)

    Bawa mereka masuk bukan jalan penyelesaian. Andaikata dibwa masuk, kita nk bela mereka ni berketurunan ke. Jenayah, pekerjaan sapa nak kawal. Esok dah ramai, nanti nak minta memerintah pulak. Tak payah.

    Bagi saya, bincang dulu ke negara ASEAN yang lain. Pulangkan mereka balik ke negara asal. Beri bantuan boleh, tapi nak bela TAK PAYAH!! Banyak lagi rakyat kita nak ditolong yang susah.

    Kepada sesiapa yg tak kenal rohingya ni spesis lagi teruk dari bangla (mengikut bangla yg kerja buruh dgn abg saya). Mereka ni spesis suka ganggu anak dara org, even bangla pun tak tahan (dan bangla pun tak nak diorang ni). Diorang ni lari ke Myanmar, dan buat onar di tempat orang, pastu kena halau.

    Sekarang kita pulak nak terima mereka.

    TAK PAYAH>

    (Ingat nak terima diorang ni senang ke… duit habis berjuta, nak buat penempatan, nak tanggung makan minum, dan yg teruk, nak kawal jenayah semua)

    TAK PAYAH CARI PENYAKIT

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  • 36. epiphany  |  May 21, 2015 at 3:27 pm

    those people who signed the petition should show their leadership by donating their own money in helping rohingya. Better still 10,000 petitioners adopting 1 rohingya

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  • 37. adaakukesah  |  May 23, 2015 at 5:55 pm

    so in ge14, the opposition can easily accuse bn of using phantom rohingya voters?

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    • 38. Helen Ang  |  May 23, 2015 at 8:01 pm

      After GE14, BN can take back Selangor and Penang.

      :D

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  • 39. Blog Suami Isteri  |  June 23, 2015 at 11:33 am

    Admin boleh tak buat satu post tentang bagaimana kita boleh derma? Cari pertubuhan yang legitimate untuk collect derma.

    Satu cadangan yang diharap dapat membantu.

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