Retaliating against bullies and their constant bullying

July 21, 2015 at 7:03 pm 28 comments

Before the tahaluf siyasi met its inevitable end, PAS had complained that they were being bullied by their Pakatan tai kors.

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PAS kena buli

BELOW: Nik Abduh dikenakan

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Nik Abduh

Some of the bullying that’s being carried out by the evangelistas may not be physically violent but the intent is malicious and the intended outcome derives from vicious intentions.

EVANGELISTA KATA JER SAYANG TAPI SEBENARNYA BENCI

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BELOW: islam1st’s comment @ 2015/07/21 at 12:07 pm

kata sayang sneaky bastards

In response to islam1st above, I want to add that not everybody possesses my level of patience and stamina in confronting the sneaky bastards.

And patience overall for these bullies is snapping.

HannahYeohSuperCyberbully

The munafiqun deny, deny, deny … all the way

Putar-belit, tipu, bohong, fitnah by the munafiq all impact hellishly on their victims. Perpetrators of these acts are bullies and their endless fitnah is a form of insidious bullying also.

But of course, on the side of the pemfitnah it’s just total denial and not to mention laying thick the munafiq-love hypocrisy of pointing back the finger. Ordinary Chinese either refuse or are truly unable to see how the evangelistas are bullying the Muslims.

The biggest act of thuggery is the attempt by evangelistas to kebas kalimah Allah, and their benang basah excuses as to why the Christians have a right to the word. This issue may be in the background but it still on the boiler.

Hannah Yeoh Ugly Pendatang

Evangelistas are causing Chinese to be scapegoated

Currently there’s a campaign in Malay blogosphere calling for Low Yat Plaza to be boycotted until the Chinese vendors go out of business.

The backlash against Low Yat is being driven by Malay groups like PPIM (Muslim consumers NGO), Isma and a lot of voices in cyberspace who have complained that some Chinese traders are swindlers and cheats or “penipu”.

Since the DAP evangelistas obtained power in 2008, race and religious tensions have been rising on a steep incline. Like PAS has been complaining recently, the DAP are the worst bullies, and PAS furthermore believes that DAP is full of Christians. See ‘Dewan Ulama PAS: Cina DAP rata-rata Kristian, lawan hukum Allah

As a consequence of these tensions provoked by DAP evangelistas, the negative stereotyping of Chinese has gone from bad to worse.

snakeChinese are going to pay for the evangelistas’ doings

PPIM and Isma have both also complained that The Malay Mail – a media staffed predominantly by Christians who emigrated from The Malaysian Insider – is guilty of putar belit.

The Malay Mail is definitely guilty of bullying Isma. Read, ‘Amidst Hari Raya, The Malay Mail Online decided to mislead‘ (Ismaweb, 18 July 2015).

A well-intentioned Do’s and Don’ts advice by Isma on appropriate dressing during Hari Raya is spun by The Malay Mail into “Do wear veils, don’t wear T-Shirts”.

See for yourself whether the pro-Christian publication is maliciously spinning.

Isma’s advice on ‘Do’

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Isma’s advice on ‘Don’t’

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How The Malay Mail spun the story

The bullying is non-stop

Every day the evangelical Christians bully in some way or other – like the example of how Isma dikenakan dema above.

The fallout from the Low Yat riot is far from settled. It won’t be unless and until the bullying by the evangelistas is stopped. Rather than singing kumbayah and pleading for muhibbah, just put a stop to the bullying by evangelistas if the Chinese treasure peace and stability.

Remember love begets love, hate begets hate and viciousness begets violence. You get what you give.

The Golden Rule is ‘What goes around, comes around’. Don’t think that there’s not going to be a price to pay if the bullying is allowed to continue. Kesabaran ada batasnya.

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  • 1. RINA  |  July 21, 2015 at 8:30 pm

    News in The Malay Mail, macam takde class aje paper ni, journalists pemalas tak tau cari berita2 yang lebih menarik kepada kami golongan Bumiputra Muslims.

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/gallery/2015/jul/17/eid-al-fitr-celebrated-around-the-world-in-pictures

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/eid-mubarak-live-uk-joins-the-worlds-muslims-to-celebrate-the-end-of-ramadan-2015-with–eidulfitr-10395657.html

    http://m.ibtimes.co.in/eid-al-fitr-2015-pictures-muslim-devotees-celebrating-end-holy-month-ramadan-639549

    http://www.enca.com/life/travel/pictures-eid-celebrations-across-world

    Isssh compare the quality of reportings dengan The Malay Mail, kasi malu aje. Bukan ke surat kabar ini free macam ‘the Sun’?

    Ignore aje paper ni Cik Helen. As for Muslims in Malaysia and around the world, mana nak ada masa baca cerita2 karut golongan2 kaki ‘jeles’ ni semua. Let them suck their thumbs for all we care.

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  • 2. wawe  |  July 21, 2015 at 10:51 pm

    What newspaper is that? Never heard of it, sounds like “Star” which is only used as lapik kaki, not even as pembungkus, like it used to be.
    Copies of free “Star” are lying around at the workplace, nobody seems to read it. Only fit as paper lama.

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  • 3. HH  |  July 22, 2015 at 1:02 am

    When certain quarters lose the war of rhetorics or simply unable to articulate their points well enough to win the war of words, then just acknowledge they lost it.

    To imply somebody is bullied, would mean certain helplessness and disadvantage are present on the part of the victim.

    2 fighters going into the ring in front of the crowd and having to play by the same rules are hardly grounds to call the victor a bully. Nor the loser, a victim.

    Factor in the home ground advantage, the supporters in numbers and the ‘special’ advantageous provision accorded by default, it is indeed warped logic to conclude the home team is at a disadvantage.

    Let’s be upfront who is being bullied and who is the bully.

    When groups like PPIM advocate boycotts like ‘until the Chinese vendors go out of business.’ that is a clear case of race based bullying.

    Ironical when the consumer watchdog that is in place to look into these things are not being held accountable. Because they are not uh, Chinese?

    If dishonest business vendors are the issue, why not a general boycott on ALL known shady vendors?

    If ‘stereotyping’ the Chinese in a negative light is a fact not in contention, then let’s be honest who is actually the big bully.

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  July 22, 2015 at 2:04 am

      re: “When certain quarters lose the war of rhetorics or simply unable to articulate their points well enough to win the war of words, then just acknowledge they lost it.”

      Like Uncle Sam winning the war of rhetoric that Saddam’s Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. Afghanistan lost the war of rhetoric too. Christians tend to articulate their points well enough to win the war of words, haven’t you noticed? Sneaky bastards.

      re: “To imply somebody is bullied, would mean certain helplessness and disadvantage are present on the part of the victim.”

      re: “2 fighters going into the ring in front of the crowd and having to play by the same rules are hardly grounds to call the victor a bully. Nor the loser, a victim.”

      Nope. Sneaky bastards are hardly playing by rules at all when they resort to fitnah, bohong, putar-belit and pusing sana, pusing sini, alih kanan alih kiri.

      re: “Factor in the home ground advantage, the supporters in numbers and the ‘special’ advantageous provision accorded by default, it is indeed warped logic to conclude the home team is at a disadvantage.”

      Obviously the home team feels that without the ‘special’ advantageous provision, they would be pulverized by the opponent. The team that wants the protection can’t be feeling that it is all that strong. It’s only the weaker team that clings on to the protection.

      re: “Let’s be upfront who is being bullied and who is the bully.”

      Sure. The Muslims are being bullied and the Christians are the bullies. Same scenario on the domestic front.

      Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria were/are being bombed by Western forces. The history of colonialism is one where the Christians (Britain, Spain, Holland, Portugal, America) subjugated the Africans, Asians and native Americans.

      re: “When groups like PPIM advocate boycotts like ‘until the Chinese vendors go out of business.’ that is a clear case of race based bullying.”

      Not PPIM. It’s an Internet-driven boycott and the “Chinese vendors” is specific to Low Yat. Just like the boycott of Chinese products following the 2013 tsunami was similarly cyber activism. Not sure who originated the boycotts.

      re: “a clear case of race based bullying”

      A reaction to what they perceive as race-based targeting, e.g. ABU

      re: “Ironical when the consumer watchdog that is in place to look into these things are not being held accountable. Because they are not uh, Chinese?”

      Then the Chinese must really get on the nerve of the boycotters for some reason or other. Ever wondered why?

      re: “If dishonest business vendors are the issue, why not a general boycott on ALL known shady vendors?”

      I don’t agree with the perception (racial stereotyping) that Chinese businesses are cheats. But the sneaky behaviour of DAP evangelistas is not helping to erase the negativity.

      re: “If ‘stereotyping’ the Chinese in a negative light is a fact not in contention, then let’s be honest who is actually the big bully.”

      The mob at Low Yat that night believed that the Chinese in general are bullies. DAP – acting chairman Tan Kok Wai in his press conference – complained about the racial epiphets that were hurled, and we also heard on the video clip shouts of “pukimak punya Cina”.

      Why do so many Malays think that Chinese are bullies?

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      • 5. HH  |  July 22, 2015 at 11:00 am

        Quote: Like Uncle Sam winning the war of rhetoric that Saddam’s Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. Afghanistan lost the war of rhetoric too. Christians tend to articulate their points well enough to win the war of words, haven’t you noticed? Sneaky bastards.

        If Christians can articulate their points well then perhaps it is time you come to terms the Non-Muslims are more rational and tend to present their case with more than just ‘vested’ emotions. That is why more often than not they have a leg to stand on when the going gets tough. In constrast to those who revert to threats of violence.

        Quote: Nope. Sneaky bastards are hardly playing by rules at all when they resort to fitnah, bohong, putar-belit and pusing sana, pusing sini, alih kanan alih kiri.

        Unless you are saying those who are entrusted to uphold the law are not doing their job, then it’s precisely what Ambiga and co are saying. Btw, if a football team is constantly caught up in their opponent’s off side trap, obviously they should retreat to their locker room and take a long look in the mirror.

        Quote: Obviously the home team feels that without the ‘special’ advantageous provision, they would be pulverized by the opponent. The team that wants the protection can’t be feeling that it is all that strong. It’s only the weaker team that clings on to the protection.

        So now elements of advantages are not in dispute. Basically you are saying the Malays have all the perks at their disposal, but they are psychogically insecure, hence the constant need to be handled with kid gloves. Others better not voice up too loud or stand in the limelight, god forbid that will cast shadows. Is that it?

        Quote: Sure. The Muslims are being bullied and the Christians are the bullies. Same scenario on the domestic front.
        Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria were/are being bombed by Western forces…

        Nope. Not Christianity that is at odds in the Middleast. It is democracy. Coincidentally Malaysia too is a democractic country, currently at odds with radicalism.

        Quote: Why do so many Malays think that Chinese are bullies?

        There are prolly just as many Chinese out there who attest to the same thing about the Malays being bullies.

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        • 6. Helen Ang  |  July 22, 2015 at 12:06 pm

          re: “… they are psychogically insecure, hence the constant need to be handled with kid gloves. Others better not voice up too loud or stand in the limelight, god forbid that will cast shadows. Is that it?”

          (a) “psychologically insecure”

          The Christians like to claim that the Malay Muslim’s faith is so weak that the sight of a cross, or a non-Muslim using kalimah ‘Allah’ would upset them. Praticising the tactic that ‘attack is the best form of defence’, is it?

          Attempting to kebas kalimah ‘Allah’ is highway robbery. Saying “betapa rapuhnya iman orang Melayu” is merely to deflect from the hirabah.

          (b) “constant need to be handled with kid gloves”

          Malays are being extremely forebearing to put up with the provocation. Other ethnic majority groups in other countries would not be as tolerant in putting up with this kind of shit from an abrasive minority.

          (c) “better not voice up too loud … Is that it?”

          Go ahead, make their day. The only buffer you have left is the ‘moderate’ segment of Umno (the Najib types) standing between you and a lesson itching to be taught by the far right. God help you.

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          • 7. HH  |  July 22, 2015 at 3:56 pm

            Quote: The Christians like to claim that the Malay Muslim’s faith is so weak that the sight of a cross, or a non-Muslim using kalimah ‘Allah’ would upset them. Praticising the tactic that ‘attack is the best form of defence’, is it?

            Wrong. It is those zealots who ‘claimed’ to represent the Muslims that are sneakily attempting to dismantle the democratic and constitutional barrier (ln religious tolerance) by coming up with mendacious excuses about crosses and what not being detrimental to the Muslims’ beliefs. No point holding this ‘lemah iman’ talk against the others who are merely parroting after the ‘official’ stance.

            Quote: Malays are being extremely forebearing to put up with the provocation. Other ethnic majority groups in other countries would not be as tolerant in putting up with this kind of shit from an abrasive minority.

            This is not a lawless country. There are legitimate recourse in place in our legal system to deal with Instigators and provocateurs. Tolerance in your context above is not exactly just a noble virtue, it is the law.

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            • 8. Helen Ang  |  July 22, 2015 at 4:20 pm

              re: “No point holding this ‘lemah iman’ talk against the others who are merely parroting after the ‘official’ stance.”

              Is it really lemah iman or is it antipathy and aversion?

              re: “There are legitimate recourse in place in our legal system to deal with instigators and provocateurs.”

              Unfortunately the Umno legislators elected to represent the Shahrul Anwar demographic (who feel agitated by the Chinese instigators and provocateurs) are not doing their job. Thus the void that is being filled by Perkasa and Isma.

              Since Shahrul and his gang do not feel that they are able to avail themselves of the “legitimate recourse in place in our legal system”, they resorted to mob justice. You can argue whatever legalism you want as a keyboard cyber warrior but you ain’t gonna change what’s happening on the ground.

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              • 9. islam1st  |  July 22, 2015 at 6:47 pm

                Sabar Helen sabar.

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  • 10. islam1st  |  July 22, 2015 at 2:56 am

    The only way best dealing with these sneaky bastards.

    ‘This may take one or two generations to achieve but finally when Malaysians no longer speak Chinese or Indian but just the National Language and Malays no longer place Islam as their priority (or, better still, leave Islam in large numbers) we just might be able to bring sanity back to the country.’

    http://www.malaysia-today.net/progressive-muslims-need-to-break-the-shackles-of-islam/

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  • 11. allabih  |  July 22, 2015 at 8:26 am

    Who finance RBA? Malay? Chinese?Jew?

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    • 12. HH  |  July 22, 2015 at 11:44 am

      You mean like who finance Pekasa, PPIM and Pekida?

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      • 13. islam1st  |  July 22, 2015 at 6:46 pm

        Like who again? Lets see how much you really know. But I bet the kaki fitnah in you simply don’t!

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        • 14. HH  |  July 22, 2015 at 8:20 pm

          So you know who is behind 3 line and their wide range of activities, eh?

          Impressive.

          But what is the point in throwing down the gauntlet when you know full well nobody’s going to name the one calling the shots on this blog.

          Unless of course you are just aiming for the theatrics, effect and all.

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          • 15. islam1st  |  July 23, 2015 at 2:13 am

            ‘So you know who is behind 3 line and their wide range of activities, eh?’

            Putar belit at its best. Sneaky bastards!

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            • 16. HH  |  July 23, 2015 at 9:38 am

              Putar belit?

              Tell you what, you can always prove me wrong by naming the person here. If you dare….

              Oh, what’s up with the expletive? Stay classy, bro.

              Aren’t you a little old to be doing the groupie thing? Just because Ibrahim Ali and Helen call people ‘bangsat’ , you don’t have to emulate lah..

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              • 17. Helen Ang  |  July 23, 2015 at 9:43 am

                Nice HH. You’ve deliberately placed me beside Ibrahim Ali. Doesn’t come as a surprise, considering how you’ve clearly shown yourself to be as sneaky as Hannah Yeoh.

                Stay classy lah.

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                • 18. HH  |  July 23, 2015 at 10:36 am

                  What’s wrong with Ibrahim Ali, pejuang bangsa and agama?

                  Fact- both of you did share certain fondness for ‘that’ word.

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                  • 19. Helen Ang  |  July 23, 2015 at 11:21 am

                    Nothing wrong with you sleeping in the same ideological bed as Hannah Yeoh either. Fact- both of you are evangelical Christians.

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                    • 20. Kineas  |  July 23, 2015 at 2:44 pm

                      That’s the sum total of what passes for “logic”!

                      When confronted with facts, the SOP is to throw temper tantrums and fling accusations around like money is going out of style.

                      Who knows – the credulous and easily duped may actually buy into some of those accusations?

                      For them, it’s less taxing to be “spoon fed” than to analyse things and think them though themselves.

                    • 21. Helen Ang  |  July 23, 2015 at 2:57 pm

                      HH is free to correct me if I’m mistaken in mentioning the born again Christianity in common with HY.

                    • 22. islam1st  |  July 23, 2015 at 7:09 pm

                      ‘For them, it’s less taxing to be “spoon fed” than to analyse things and think them though themselves.’

                      Ya lor. You and your DAP kakis are doing the thinking for the rest of us what! Why bother?! Hoh?

  • 23. The Rithmatist  |  July 22, 2015 at 4:15 pm

    Helen is “tweaking” Uncle Sam’s nose?

    No doubt, that is part of the “David versus Goliath” myth that she is trying to peddle so desperately!

    I doubt that Uncle Sam would get all hot and bothered about the penny ante meanderings of a blogger in Malaysia when there are bigger fish to fry…hahaha.

    What is “sneaky” is all the rhetoric that Helen is flinging around in gay abandon. Ok, scratch the word “gay” – we wouldn’t want the ultra-moralists to get into a tizzy.

    Let’s hear it for Uncle Sam – “the land of the free and the home of the brave”……

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    • 24. Helen Ang  |  July 22, 2015 at 4:22 pm

      re: “I doubt that Uncle Sam would get all hot and bothered about the penny ante meanderings of a blogger in Malaysia …”

      You’re scraping the bottom of the barrel …

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      • 25. Kineas  |  July 23, 2015 at 2:39 pm

        Oh, wow. Really?

        Now what “barrel” are we talking about?

        Not the oak casks used to age premium single malts, I hope!

        That would be “verboten”.

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  • 26. Sarah  |  July 23, 2015 at 12:22 pm

    You get what you give and this people is clueless what they already give. Poor them and when things come around they’re asking why? Funny and yet soo sad.

    It’s like a story of one boy whose life’s been bullied everyday and one day he snap and punched the boy’s who bullied him to death in the US.

    The boys Community still struggle why this things happen. They know the boy’s being bullied. But they ignore it saying it’s the boy’s things.

    They assumed the boy’s will outgrow it. That until one of them died and now community asked why. This is the true story from the US.

    The way I saw it, that is how Chinese community is. They saw the bullying but they choose to ignore it. When things get out of hand and effecting them they’re busy asking why.

    LY mob gathering was small but it should be an indicator how a small issues become out of hand.

    Those who remember my comments in 2013 will know I’m predicting this. And Helen concurred and even giving the prediction of the hot areas things will go out of hand.

    And at that time some smart people’s replied assumed we’re a bunch of crazy women who’s scared of their own shadow.

    I like to tell them I told you so but I have a gut filling saying this things is far from over. This community still clueless. Bullying still happen. maybe the way to wake them up is another bigger LY. But you wonder if their ignorance were worth it.

    :(sarah

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    • 27. Helen Ang  |  July 23, 2015 at 12:26 pm

      re: “And at that time some smart people’s replied assumed we’re a bunch of crazy women who’s scared of their own shadow.”

      LOL

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    • 28. Helen Ang  |  July 23, 2015 at 12:29 pm

      This is Sarah’s blog,

      http://sarahtdssbn.blogspot.com/

      Reply

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