Mass graves in Perlis found of the Rohingya

May 25, 2015 at 3:37 am 42 comments

No “pregnant women” in the photo below.

DAP evangelistas must be the world’s most judgmental people. They’re always sitting on their high horses and judging everybody. They even play judge and jury to convict the entire country in the court of public opinion.

BELOW: Hannah Yeoh – “A nation is judged by the way we treat our migrant workers.”

Hannah Yeoh Migrant Poster

DAP Adun: “They will stay here for a long time”

Yeo Bee Yin (pix below), the DAP evangelista Adun in Damansara Utama, said in a statement that it was reported “the number of places available for resettlement in third countries for the refugees in Malaysia is shrinking rapidly”.

Yeo said, “Coupled with this current wave of refugee influx, we believe that the population of refugees in Malaysia will continue to grow and they will stay here for a long time“.

yeo-Bee-Yin-pelarian

Anti-Malayan Union redux

Stop stigmatizing those of us who do not wish for the illegal Rohingya masses to be allowed to stay in our country.

This is like 1946 all over again. Those who opposed the Malayan Union were not selfish villains. They were simply Malays who objected to the lax citizenship terms offered to the Chinese and Indian immigrants.

Those of us today who voted ‘No’ in the poll below are simply Malaysians that are cautioning Putrajaya against an Open Borders policy.

It’s just too sickeningly self-righteous of the Holier-Than-Thou brigade to label us (the naysayers) “inhumane“, “cruel” and “racist” while at the same time screaming bitchy profanities at us.

May 25 Rohingya 2

A consistent majority in online poll

Public opinion is split on the question “Should the Rohingya boat people refugees be allowed to stay in Malaysia?”

Nonetheless the ‘No’ point of view has been leading and is the majority POV consistently throughout the nine days that my opinion survey has run. (Usually my polls are kept online for a week but this one was extended to nine days due to the gravity of the issue. It is now closed.)

60 percent of the poll respondents believe that the Rohingya should not be allowed to stay while 30 percent think that they should. This 60:30 ratio is mirrored in a January 2014 Australian nationwide perception survey about boat people – see The Sydney Morning Herald.

Results

Date  –  No. of respondents  –  vote ‘No’  –  vote ‘Yes’

17 May  –  413  –  55.5%  –  33.4%

19 May  –  664  –  60.2%  –  29.1%

21 May  –  860  –  60.5%  –  29.7% (early morning)

21 May  –  959  –  60.5%  –  30.2% (late night)

22 May  –  1,008  –  60.5%  –  30.3%

25 May  –  1,182  –  59.4%  –  31.4%

Click to view gallery

They’re coming here in droves for jobs

My problem is not with those saying ‘Yes’ and thus holding a viewpoint that differs from mine. I’m perfectly fine to ‘agree to disagree’. I’m sure both sides of the argument have their own valid reasoning.

However there is no cause for the very vocal Rohingya sympathizers – like LGBT activist Azrul Mohd Khalib, as one example – to demonize the naysayers as if we’re a subhuman species who have just passed a death sentence on those missing-in-action “pregnant women” in the boats (MIAs that few have seen).

Most of them that we can see from the news photos are men aged between 20 and 40. They’re illegal emigrants who have left their aged parents, and perhaps wife and young children behind in Rakhine and in Bangladesh.

Forefathers of the Malaysian Chinese did the same. They left their womenfolk back in China while they came here to seek their fortune.

BELOW: A total 152,570 asylum seekers are registered with UNHCR Malaysia as of February this year. Among them are 141,570 from Myanmar, 3,970 from Sri Lankan and 1,200 from Pakistan

Unspinners stats

The chest-thumpers are quite unhinged

Those of us who wish our government to secure the country’s borders have not caused harm or brought injury to anyone. It’s insane the way that some pro-Rohingya social media users are attacking us – their fellow Malaysians.

Hullo. You all don’t even know whether the illegal immigrants (that you’re being so loudly supportive of and taking their side against your own countrymen) datang dari keluarga yang baik ataupun tidak.

No “pregnant women” in the photo below

Rohingya

They’ve a culture of violence where life is cheap

As I’ve highlighted in an earlier article, almost a score of Buddhist Myanmar nationals have been murdered in Penang. The suspected killers charged in court are Muslim Myanmar nationals. They’re importing the blood feud and religious war from their homeland into Malaysia.

Now the latest news is that some 30 mass graves have been found in Perlis near the Thai border after human traffickers abandoned their camps used to transit Rohingya and Bangladeshi illegal immigrants.

News about the 17 jungle camps and the graves found in them is making headlines around the world. The reports mostly say that the exodus of emigrants fled their homelands to find work in countries like Malaysia.

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Media’s orgy of self-gratification and navel gazing

The media in Malaysia has been most derelict in their duty by playing up sob stories about “pregnant women” refugees that few people have seen.

On this Rohingya issue, the English-language press has been functioning as a showboat for publicity seekers to moralize on how decent and humane they (think they themselves) are. At the same time, they eagerly castigate as ogres-in-human-form those dissenters who hold that illegal immigrants must be discouraged and turned away.

The tough issues confronting us are violence and killings and total disrespect for the law. Not Mineral Water 101. And certainly not how charitable and “humane” some self-referential Firsters want to appear while pontificating in social media.

No “pregnant women” in the photo below

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Security issues with regard to border control

For the five minutes of fame on Instagram and online petition sites that the Jerusubang Lambs of God hope to acquire through their show of Maggi Mee caring for the Rohingya, Malaysian authorities will instead be stuck with five years of serious security problems.

For starters, Bukit Aman forensic and CSI officers will have to postmortem scores of dead bodies unearthed in Padang Besar, Perlis.

And the general public oughtn’t forget the culture from whence the illegals come – it is “kill or be killed“.

Meanwhile Hannah ‘Merciful’ Yeoh and her ilk are giving themselves a pat on the back over how humane and human rights conscious the evangelistas are.

BELOW: Malaysian Thai police and commandos at work in Songkla prior to the Perlis grave site discovery

kubur-rohingya-padang-besar-perlis-625x415

The DAP’s human rights hypocrisy

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Bingo! Penang tak nak, takut kat Rohingya phantom voters

42 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Anti Maza  |  May 25, 2015 at 8:08 am

    Mufti Wahhabi Maza buat apa…makan gaji buta?

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  • 2. AYAH  |  May 25, 2015 at 8:30 am

    Digression: it appears YAB Lim Guan Eng has gotten back his Rainbow hairstyle and puffy face back. Something in the works? hehe.

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    • 3. Helen Ang  |  May 25, 2015 at 10:01 am

      His weight, like Hannah Yeoh’s, tend to yo-yo up and down. Something Papa and Mama have in common.

      At least with her, people can’t be sure. It could be another pregnancy. With him, it sure looks like he’s stepping into the tauke Datuk MCA shoes.

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  • 4. orangkampung  |  May 25, 2015 at 8:53 am

    The picture above with HY and the celebrities, is that part of a new campaign, like the “moderate” billboards? Who’s running the campaign and is it being promoted by the JStar? How come no Lims on the picture?

    Anyway what happen to freedom of expression? While I support helping the Rohingya (just as I support humanitarian efforts to help refugees from Palestin, Syria, Somalia etc), I would not deny another person’s right to disagree with me. It doesn’t make me more human and the person who disagree any less humane. It means we’re just looking at the subject differently.

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    • 5. Helen Ang  |  May 25, 2015 at 9:57 am

      re: “Who’s running the campaign and is it being promoted by the JStar?”

      On a side note, Najib’s advisor Lim Kok Wing is known for his splash of Rakan Muda advertisements all over the media last time.

      What if he and his Creative Technology team create a whole slew of ads for Najib (no idea what their new campaign tagline will be though) and require the PMO to have the ads placed somewhere?

      The J-Star group is the most sought-after media in which to advertize.

      Hence LKW climbing on board the Najib bandwagon has the potential to increase The J-Star‘s ad revenue and not to mention profile through joint publicity campaigns just like Saifuddin Abdullah the former Deputy Education Minister opening the doors to the campuses for the Moderation events and activities.

      Enter frame, evangelistas.

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      • 6. orangkampung  |  May 26, 2015 at 12:25 am

        Doesn’t it give you a nice warm fuzzy feeling to know that your tax ringgit is used to improve the image of your PM through his favourite moderate news media?

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  • 7. Zarm  |  May 25, 2015 at 9:03 am

    Morning HA, Just need to let you know that the last picture is not Malaysian Police and Commandos, as you can see that their uniform are belong to Royal Thai Police Force. The last picture showed mass grave in Songkhla, Thailand. The one that we managed to found is in Perlis. Thanks

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    • 8. Helen Ang  |  May 25, 2015 at 9:48 am

      Thanks for the correction.

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  • 9. RINA  |  May 25, 2015 at 10:52 am

    Sharing;

    Fiqih – Hikmah Al-Quran & Mutiara Hadits
    Ibnu Sabil

    http://alsofwah.or.id/cetakfiqih.php?id=234

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  • 10. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:08 am

    Alert:
    Why is the Occuppy Hong Kong leader in Malaysia to give talk in Bangi?
    (From Cuciu Tok Selampit)

    http://khairulryezal.blogspot.com/2015/05/untuk-apa-pengasas-revolusi-joshua-wong.html

    Another evangelista yang buat kacau. I was there in Hong Kong!

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    • 11. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:14 am

      Sorry. Here is the link again.

      For those who tak kenal Joshua Wong.

      Look at those large nostrils. Full of silver.

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      • 12. Helen Ang  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:17 am

        Creepy but pls do tell us more about him.

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        • 13. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:34 am

          Let the Telegraph do that.
          http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/hongkong/11139904/Portrait-of-Hong-Kongs-17-year-old-protest-leader.html

          ” Mr Wong, who has avoided foreign media since the current protests began for fear of being painted as an agent of the West, has said he has no life outside of social activism.

          He is a strict Christian, and his parents Grace and Roger are Lutherans. “The first time I went to their house, his mother showed me a sign saying that Jesus was the head of their household,” said Mr Torne.

          “His father as a Lutheran and elder of the church is fervently anti homosexual rights, and opposes anti discrimination laws. He came out and said so and Joshua did not come out and disown him or condone him. He was very Peter Mandelson about it,” he added.

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          • 14. Helen Ang  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:39 am

            Thanks. If I recall correctly, the DAP evangelistas prior to this already have past links with the HK creepy Christian protesters, kan?

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            • 15. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:57 am

              Baca ini.
              http://thinkprogress.org/world/2014/10/12/3579154/why-christians-are-helping-lead-hong-kongs-pro-democracy-movement/

              Why Christians Are Helping Lead Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Movement

              “But as the protests stretch into their third week, many participants have discovered that they are also unified by something else: their Christian faith.

              As several news outlets have noted, the leadership of Hong Kong’s burgeoning protest movement — which seeks to preserve the city’s right to elect its own politicians without interference from the Chinese government — is headed up by several self-identified Christians. One of the effort’s most prominent leaders, for example, is Jason Wong, the 17-year-old student activist who achieved fame for leading several student demonstrations in Hong Kong before helping organize the recent pro-democracy protests. Although Wong, an evangelical Christian who attended United Christian College in Hong Kong, has said that his activism is primarily about protecting Hong Kong’s democratic process, he has also rooted his advocacy in a distinctly Christian theology.

              “I believe in Christ,” Wong told PRI. “I believe everyone [is] born equal. And they’re loved by Jesus. And I think that everyone, therefore, should get equal rights in the political system. And we should care [for] the weak and poor in our society.”

              “Christian and mission bodies cooperated with the British colonial government in setting up schools and social welfare organizations,” Francis Yip, Associate Professor at The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Divinity School of Chung Chi College, told ThinkProgress. “This historical legacy explains why about half of the elementary and high schools in Hong Kong have some sort of Christian background. This is also why a substantial percentage of the elites in Hong Kong are Christians.”

              Underline “a substantial percentage of the elites in Hong Kong are Christians.”

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              • 16. Helen Ang  |  May 25, 2015 at 12:32 pm

                Thanks Mulan. Remind me to highlight this aspect.

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            • 17. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 25, 2015 at 12:18 pm

              Here is what I Googled on DuBook the organizers.
              http://dubookpress.com/

              Look at their publications
              Aku Kafir, Kau Siapa?, Keldai dan Kitab, Cursing Malay, Muslimeen United etc,

              Look at their profile
              http://dubookpress.com/tentang/
              “DuBook Press (singkatannya DBP) adalah sebuah badan penerbitan bahan bacaan yang lahir pada tahun 2010 hasil dari kekecewaan terhadap Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (juga singkatkannya DBP) yang lebih gemar bermesyuarat makan karipap dan menerbitkan buku-buku hidup segan mati tak mahu.

              DuBook menerbitkan buku-buku untuk pasaran ‘niche’ dengan matlamat menyemarakkan selera membaca di kalangan rakyat Malaysia agar setaraf dengan selera makan nasi lemak atau roti canai mereka. Buku yang diterbitkan DuBook langsung tidak seperti buku terbitan Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka kerana kalaulah ianya sama, nescaya buku kami juga hidup segan mati tak mahu.

              Namun harus diingat, DuBook bukanlah penerbit buku ‘indie’ seperti yang didakwa oleh sesetengah penerbit buku lain. Terus-terang kami di sini hendak berniaga, bukan hendak jadi ‘cool’ atau ‘hipster’. Maka sokonglah kami demi menyahut matlamat kerajaan ke arah negara berpendapatan tinggi menjelang 2020.”

              Oh the jenis Melayu Liberal
              You can use the Baucher 1Malaysia to buy their book.s
              http://dubook.blogspot.com/2012/01/baucar-buku-1malaysia.html

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              • 18. AC-DC  |  May 25, 2015 at 3:43 pm

                I happen to know the people who run DuBook, and its competitor, Fixi. Young, articulate, and intelligent fellows. Sadly the powers that be prefer to write them off and prefer to listen instead to some washed up authors who are more proficient in brown nosing than their literary works.

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      • 19. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 26, 2015 at 4:13 pm

        Evangelista Wong barred form entering.
        http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/05/26/Joshua-Wong-Barred-Malaysia/

        Rupa-rupanya apart from Shah Alam, he is supposed to berceramah in the tallest dump in the world KOMTAR, home of Tokong Lim.

        Syabas!

        “PETALING JAYA: Hong Kong student activist Joshua Wong (pic) was barred from entering Malaysia at Penang Airport on Tuesday.

        He was refused entry at the Penang International Airport in Bayan Lepas after touching down at 11.55am on Tuesday.

        He was scheduled to attend a forum titled ‘The Uprising of Youth and New Social Activism in Singapore and Hong Kong’ at Auditorium A in Komtar Tuesday night. ”

        Bersih and Eric Paulsen tak suka Evangelista Wong dihantar balik.
        “Malaysia… explain why he is sent back to Hong Kong? Afraid of more street protests,” tweeted Bersih 2.0 chairman Maria Chin Abdullah.

        “Our government must grow up, don’t be small minded – Joshua Wong is a pro democracy activist. Is that a crime to bar him from entering Malaysia,” questioned civil liberties lawyer Eric Paulsen on Twitter.

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        • 20. Helen Ang  |  May 26, 2015 at 4:28 pm

          Oh, and The J-Star is the media giving this coverage to Eric Paulsen and Maria ‘Bersih’ Chin.

          Najib is clueless?

          Like I said, I hope his advisor Lim Kok Wing will not be putting the lucrative ads serving to polish the Boss Man’s image in the EvangeliSTAR media.

          This will only allow the Nest of Evangelistas to rake in the profits while none of their readers will be any more convinced than they were before.

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        • 21. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 26, 2015 at 4:38 pm

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          • 22. Helen Ang  |  May 26, 2015 at 4:43 pm

            Our gomen is afraid of the creepy-looking Messianic young chap ‘cos we ain’t got enough supply of garlic to keep him at bay.

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            • 23. AC-DC  |  May 26, 2015 at 5:07 pm

              The Taman Medan protesters feared the cross on the side of the church building.

              Vampires and Drakula fear crosses.

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              • 24. Helen Ang  |  May 26, 2015 at 5:24 pm

                Joshua is creepy. I would like enough garlic handy if I were ever to bump into him on a dark, stormy night.

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                • 25. Mulan  |  May 26, 2015 at 6:51 pm

                  The next thing is the authorities should investigate the people who invited Joshua Wong.
                  Anyway why was his talk in Penang and Selangor and not other states. I wonder why?
                  Good. At least I dont have rush to Tesco to buy garlic.

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              • 26. islam1st  |  May 26, 2015 at 11:11 pm

                So now the gereja haram sudah takut dengan bayang-bayang sendiri maa. Takut nak letak itu salib sebab satu Malaysia sudah tahu itu gereja haram tak dak permit. Salib pun letak suka hati langgar undang-undang negara!

                Good Kristian ini macam meh?

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          • 27. islam1st  |  May 26, 2015 at 11:12 pm

            Eric Paulsen and Marina Chin boleh pergi Hong Kong jumpa Joshua Wong minta ilmu! Jangan balik pun lagi baik!

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        • 28. islam1st  |  May 26, 2015 at 11:09 pm

          Syabas Kerajaan Malaysia kerana bertindak cepat. Elemen subversif pencetus huru-hara tidak perlu dibiarkan masuk ke dalam negara kita.

          Kita dah ada cukup kaki huru-hara. Berjuta!

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    • 29. Helen Ang  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:14 am

      re: Joshua Wong

      “Yeshua is the Hebrew name, and its English spelling is ‘Joshua.’ Iesous is the Greek transliteration of the Hebrew name, and its English spelling is ‘Jesus.’ Thus, the names ‘Joshua’ and ‘Jesus’ are essentially the same; both are English pronunciations of the Hebrew and Greek names for our Lord.”

      Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/Yeshua-Jesus.html#ixzz3b7HHGf1k

      The Christian activism is hyperactive.

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      • 30. islam1st  |  May 26, 2015 at 12:04 am

        Ya lor mau ajar geng buat kacau kat sini supaya pandai sikit buat huru-hara. Soros sudah marah sama Ambigous wor, sebab Bersih tak berapa nak jalan, sudah semput mau mampus!

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  • 31. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:39 am

    Here is the event of FB
    https://www.facebook.com/events/1582133355373194

    And the organizer buat cabaran ini.
    “Kepada yang tak setuju kami bawakan mamat ini, dialu-alukan datang dan bersoal jawab terus dengan dia. Macam biasa HQ DuBook ni kecil, jadi datang awal.

    Nasi lemak dan teh tarik disediakan. Jumpa 30 Mei ini!”

    Yang bantah pula boleh datang bersoal jawab. Isn’t this the kind of arrogance you get from an evangelista?

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    • 32. Helen Ang  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:46 am

      Creepier and creepier.

      Do pls keep us abreast of unfolding lovefest.

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  • 33. Owl  |  May 25, 2015 at 12:37 pm

    If the government and majority of people don’t want refugees/economic migrants here, then deport them. The problem comes when we don’t take the issue seriously and expose the people to the risk of dying en masse. Guaranteed this tarnishes our reputation let alone what those in the border states feel about having mass murderers wandering about amongst their communities. I’ve said before there is a high risk of death to these people, now it looks like it is happening on our own soil. Bad to feel stigmatized, worse to be dead.

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    • 34. Helen Ang  |  May 25, 2015 at 12:56 pm

      The mass graves in the jungle camps of Padang Besar, Perlis were not boat people. They were the illegal immigrants from overland crossing.

      Maybe the autopsies will reveal the cause of their deaths. However the risk of dying (and not boat and high seas related) has been with us for some years as the trafficking has been going on awhile.

      Hypocrisy does not yield the best solutions. On one hand are the DAP evangelista politicians posturing on the MERCY platform and on the other hand, in the state where they actually hold power, they’re double quick to say ‘No, No, No’.

      Their Politics of Demagoguery is dangerous. They whip up a public frenzy of mob justice and witch hunt (e.g. name and shame all the inhumane Malaysians who want to turn away the Rohingya) in the false guise of LOVE.

      Playing this Double-Face game can give rise to a lot of unintended consequences due to their cynical manipulation of public sympathy.

      Unrelated to Rohingya but a parallel example:

      The more Christian love they pour, the more freaked out the reaction becomes – like the Taman Medan church cross protest. In the days when MCA was more entrenched in the power structure and Christian politics was not played by the Chinese (Born Again converts), there was less of this Muslim suspicion overtly manifested.

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    • 35. Helen Ang  |  May 25, 2015 at 12:56 pm

      The mass graves in the jungle camps of Padang Besar, Perlis were not boat people. They were the illegal immigrants from overland crossing.

      Maybe the autopsies will reveal the cause of their deaths. However the risk of dying (and not boat and high seas related deaths) has been with us for some years as the trafficking has been going on awhile.

      Hypocrisy does not yield the best solutions. On one hand are the DAP evangelista politicians posturing on the MERCY platform and on the other hand, in the state where they actually hold power, they’re double quick to say ‘No, No, No’.

      Their Politics of Demagoguery is dangerous. They whip up a public frenzy of mob justice and witch hunt (e.g. name and shame all the inhumane Malaysians who want to turn away the Rohingya) in the false guise of LOVE.

      Playing this Double-Face game can give rise to a lot of unintended consequences due to their cynical manipulation of public sympathy.

      Unrelated to Rohingya but a parallel example:

      The more Christian love they pour, the more freaked out the reaction becomes – like the Taman Medan church cross protest. In the days when MCA was more entrenched in the power structure and Christian politics was not played by the Chinese (Born Again converts), there was less of this Muslim suspicion overtly manifested.

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  • 36. islam1st  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:52 pm

    Helen, itu Ng Sze Han cakap apa? He is so racists that YB, dia nak cakap dengan Cina saja wor! Malaysian Malaysia My Malay Ass?!

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  • 37. islam1st  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:55 pm

    ‘Forefathers of the Malaysian Chinese did the same. They left their womenfolk back in China while they came here to seek their fortune.’

    Thus the Amoy Lane…

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  • 38. islam1st  |  May 25, 2015 at 11:59 pm

    ‘BELOW: A total 152,570 asylum seekers are registered with UNHCR Malaysia as of February this year. Among them are 141,570 from Myanmar, 3,970 from Sri Lankan and 1,200 from Pakistan’

    Palestin ada 430 orang. Mana geng Penang Institute yang dok mai fitnah pasal Malaysia tak suka Rohingya sebab berkulit gelap tak macam Bosnia? Dan mana yang FITNAH kata kita cuma nak salahkan Israel saja dan nampak Palestin saja?

    Think thank kepala bana, macam ni, kaki penipu! ****** betul!

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  • 39. Mulan of Malaysia  |  May 26, 2015 at 4:39 pm

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    • 40. Helen Ang  |  May 26, 2015 at 4:41 pm

      Gawd he looks creepy.

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  • 41. mulanmalaysia  |  May 26, 2015 at 10:32 pm

    I am wondering why are JStar readers angry that Joshua Wong has been sent back to Hong Kong.

    In the article, Hong Kong activist: My fight is with China, not Malaysia, Jstar readers were 56% angry 1% annoyed. (at 10.15 p,m 26 May 2015)

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/05/26/Joshua-fight-with-china-not-malaysia/

    “Wong believed there was a “political reason” behind his rejection but added; “I don’t understand how there is any relation between the Umbrella Movement and Malaysia’s national security.”

    Wong, 18, said he had been invited to “share his experience and views on the Umbrella Movement and the June 4 incident”

    I wonder what can the youth of Penang (who would have attended today’s seminar) learn from Joshua Wong. Is it tips on how improve one’s English for a distinction in SPM English or Maths? How would Wong’s seminar help us achieve vision 2020? Are exam techniques shared in The Uprising of Youth and New Social Activism in Singapore and Hong Kong seminar.’ Hmmm. So if it the seminar is frivolous then why get angry when he is refused entry.

    In the article Zahid Hamidi: Political ideology irrelevant when denying entry into Malaysia, again 50% of Jstar readers are angry (at 10.15 p,m 26 May 2015)

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/05/26/Zahid-joshua-wong-no-political-idealogy-bar/

    “The Home Minister denied that some foreigners were stopped from entering Malaysia because of differences in opinion but said action will be taken if there were “elements of negativity”.

    Why get angry? Isn’t China our friend in business and politics? Then why are JStar readers angry when Joshua Wong who is an irritant of our friend is turned away by the Home Ministry.

    I wonder since ACDC keep a close contact with DuBook, I would like to know what benefit Selangor youth would get by attending Sarapan Bersama Joshua Wong. What benefit will students get by reading Aku Kafir, Kau Siapa?, Keldai dan Kitab, Cursing Malay, Muslimeen United etc and paying with their baucer 1Malaysia, dear ACDC. I am paying the voucer with my tax money, so I wonder what benefit for 2020 will we get if kids read Aku Kafir, Kau Siapa etc? (I rasa 1st dungeon RINA pun nap tau juga. Kan kita orang tua? Nak tambah ilmu pengetahuan soupy tak sangkut bawl tempering)

    BTW. Now the organisers of Sarapan say UMNO bersekongkol dengan Komunis pula.

    Chean Chung
    Aktivis Muda Hong Kong Joshua Wong yang memimpin Revolusi Payung (Umbrella Revolution) tidak dibenarkan masuk ke Malaysia dan terus dihantar balik!

    Persoalannya, UMNO bersekongkol dengan Komunis China sekarang?

    Miss Mulan tak habis-habis dengan Joshua Wong, pasal JW dan kawan2 nya rosakkan lawatan makcik ke Hong Kong. Pi mana pun jam, pun rusuhan. Mungkin kawan2 evangelista nak sedekahkan tiket percutian ke Hong Kong buat Miss Mulan yang berang.

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    • 42. Helen Ang  |  May 27, 2015 at 1:11 am

      re: “Why get angry?”

      They’re always angry at everything. Bukanya jer mulut, keluar kata-kata kesat.

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