Apa pandangan Melayu totok Perkasa terhadap Bersih 4.0?

August 17, 2015 at 8:28 pm 14 comments

The pix of the two short, jaundiced/yellow and round-faced women (below) in my previous posting is quite unappealing and rather a punishment on my poor readers. It shows Bersih chairman Maria Chin Abdullah standing behind Hannah Yeoh.

So I’m updating this page with a more attractive option of tall and tanned An Officer and A Gentleman instead.

hannah maria

Photo credit: AIDC News

Photo credit: AIDC News

The man standing behind is Perkasa sec-gen Syed Hassan Syed Ali. The man in front of him is Perkasa exco Major-General (B) Datuk Malik Sahar.

Syed Hassan however appears to be unclear on the concept. If you wanna do cute bunny ears, you need to raise two fingers in a ‘V’ shape – as illustrated by Siti Hasmah and Tun (below).

And it’s also more fun if both Syed Hassan and Datuk Malik were to smile a bit.

hassan malik perkasa crop

Hassan Malik Perkasa

bunny ears Tun

Alternatively you could look at pencils being sharpened. I like the picture below. Honest.

I’ve previously blogged about how “I keep half a dozen 2B pencils and an eraser in my bag”, and I mentioned several times too @ 2014/07/05 at 3:09 am2013/11/27 at 9:09 pm2013/11/27 at 8:36 pm and 2013/01/30 at 12:07 am on how I use pencils to draw.

I’m a fan of pencils.

However, to cater to readers who are not fans of Bersih/Hannah, or of Perkasa, and nor of Staedtler pencils, below is a video clip of two handsome men singing a Mandarin song … La la la la la … Click and enjoy.

You Said

But seriously

I do think Perkasa should state their stance on the Bersih 4.0 rally.

We’d genuinely like to know the thoughts on this matter of the orthodox Malays in Perkasa, especially the military types like navy man Malik and his other Tentera Di-Raja friends on the issue of keeping law and order.

Come on Perkasa, make your views known. Where do you stand on Bersih 4.0?

Don’t tell me now that Ibrahim Ali has fallen in love with the harmonious evangelistas, Perkasa is leaning towards the side of the peaceful Christians pula to do their peaceful march to topple Najib at the end of the month.

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14 Comments Add your own

  • 1. James  |  August 18, 2015 at 7:31 am

    Sad but true. Perkasa is gone. Who is next? Isma?
    Chances high if Najib and Rosie continue to be there.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  August 18, 2015 at 7:48 am

      Not sure what you mean. Elaborate pls?

      Reply
  • 3. Mulan  |  August 18, 2015 at 5:00 pm

    Kak Helen, i wonder how many hate mail this Jason will get for writing why he will not support DAP.
    http://www.therakyatpost.com/letters-from-the-rakyat/2015/08/18/why-i-will-never-support-dap/

    Will JSubangers go into a trance after reading the article? Better not publicise the letter. Nanti ada histeria besar besaran di Farlim, Pulau Tikus

    Will Hannah go ape and amuk?

    Yet, I openly declare that I will never support or cast a vote for Democratic Action Party (DAP). Let me also assure you that I am not the only Chinese who will never support DAP. There are many others like me out there who do not voice their opinion, as they are afraid they will be ridiculed and labelled ‘Anti-Chinese’.
    Please allow me to get straight to the point. The reason I will never support DAP is because its members are the most sophisticated spineless bunch of people with absolutely no integrity. Well, maybe not all of them but Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng certainly are.
    Testaments that DAP have no integrity

    Read more: http://www.therakyatpost.com/letters-from-the-rakyat/2015/08/18/why-i-will-never-support-dap/#ixzz3j9hFjLso

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  August 18, 2015 at 5:38 pm

      What is Jason Chin’s background and his state (location)?

      I’m more curious about the sentiments of Johor Chinese, actually.

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      • 5. islam1st  |  August 18, 2015 at 6:58 pm

        Setuju dengan Jason Chin, especially yang dua ni.

        ‘Speaking against hudud openly is relative to speaking against Islam and that action violates the fundamentals of our country’s Constitution.’

        ‘I admit that the country needs a new leader but by no means the leader should come from DAP.’

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        • 6. Helen Ang  |  August 18, 2015 at 7:07 pm

          I disagree that “speaking against hudud openly is relative to speaking against Islam and that action violates the fundamentals of our country’s Constitution’.

          I also don’t agree that “that the country needs a new leader”.

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          • 7. islam1st  |  August 18, 2015 at 7:24 pm

            ‘I disagree that “speaking against hudud openly is relative to speaking against Islam and that action violates the fundamentals of our country’s Constitution’.’

            Ye la Helen, Islam Agama Persekutuan. So kalau kutuk dan hina Islam, tu kan menghina Perlembagaan Persekutuan. Cuma pemimpin negara ditunjangi PPTA, so all is good and well. Walhal patutnya dah kena sumbat dalam jail saja puak2 ni.

            ‘I also don’t agree that “that the country needs a new leader”.’

            Helen, I’m aware that you are Najib totok. Fine with me ;)

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            • 8. Helen Ang  |  August 18, 2015 at 7:36 pm

              re: “So kalau kutuk dan hina Islam, tu kan menghina Perlembagaan Persekutuan.”

              Objecting to the implementation of hudud is not hina Islam lah. Even Tun said it’s unfair for the Muslim thief to have his hand chopped off while the non-Muslim thief only gets a jail sentence.

              re: “Cuma pemimpin negara ditunjangi PPTA, so all is good and well.”

              Hahaha, lucky for us Chinese. Tapi kaum Tionghua memang jenis tak reti nak bersyukur atas ‘anugerah’ kepimpinan Umno yang Paling Tidak Apa (PTA). Kalau ketua-ketua Umno jenis yang kesah, adakah Dapster-Dapster masih akan dibenarkan untuk merengek-rengek dan menghasut saban hari?

              re: “Walhal patutnya dah kena sumbat dalam jail saja puak2 ni.”

              Can oso. Start with the DAP leader who was inciting thousands of her followers to be angry at the gomen. Catch her under anti-hate speech.

              re: “Helen, I’m aware that you are Najib totok. Fine with me ;) ”

              For the bigger purpose in the long-term, he may be the War General that BN desperately needs. He is able to strategize. Don’t see Zahid and Hisham being able to do this.

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              • 9. islam1st  |  August 18, 2015 at 8:37 pm

                ‘Objecting to the implementation of hudud is not hina Islam lah.’

                Ya Helen, kalau dah sampai menghina Islam. Itu seditious. Banyak sangat contoh. Nanti bila ada contoh yang terbaru, I quote kat sini.

                Tun kritik pasal cara ianya mahu dilaksanakan. Dan bukannya menolak perlaksanaannya terus macam sesetengah pihak.

                ‘For the bigger purpose in the long-term, he may be the War General that BN desperately needs. He is able to strategize.’

                Ye ke, Helen? Semakin serabut ada la kut! Tak eh??

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                • 10. Helen Ang  |  August 18, 2015 at 8:42 pm

                  re: “Tun kritik pasal cara ianya mahu dilaksanakan. Dan bukannya menolak perlaksanaannya terus macam sesetengah pihak.”

                  That is the necessarily PC (politically correct) stance for a Malay-Muslim politician in Malaysia to take.

                  Remember how Nurul terlepas cakap when she was asked to comment on religious freedom during that forum held in the Tabernacle church in Subang Jaya? She had to quickly backpedal.

                  re: “Ye ke, Helen? Semakin serabut ada la kut! Tak eh??”

                  Najib is strategizing. If not, he’d already be ousted by now.

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                  • 11. islam1st  |  August 18, 2015 at 9:15 pm

                    ‘That is the necessarily PC (politically correct) stance for a Malay-Muslim politician in Malaysia to take.’

                    Mungkin. Tapi kena ingat Helen sekarang ni era, Melayu mengaku Muslim 1st.

                    ‘Being a Muslim is the foremost identification one will see from the moment he or she is born to this world. They grow and learn just to become even better Muslims. And when they eventually pass on, they aspire to move on to the akhirat with such an identity.

                    Some of the modern Malays, in particular the urban and middle class, are today less attached to their race, but not their qualities of being Muslims, be they urban or rural, wealthy or deprived.
                    – See more at: http://www.mysinchew.com/node/110854#sthash.DRRG1I9J.dpuf

                    Kalau Cina tak mau be at peace with that, tatau apa mau cakap lagi wor?!

                    ‘If not, he’d already be ousted by now.’

                    Only time will tell.

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                    • 12. Helen Ang  |  August 18, 2015 at 9:23 pm

                      re: “Kalau Cina tak mau be at peace with that, tatau apa mau cakap lagi wor?!”

                      I’m aware. Exactly a month ago I wrote, https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/07/17/are-the-evangelistas-willing-to-make-peace-with-islam/

                      The evangelistas will ever be able to make peace with Islam. The Quran tells us this.

                      The Chinese in the past have been able to be at peace when MCA had a working relationship with Umno. Today 90 percent of the Chinese are with DAP, the evangelical party.

                      The DAP evangelistas are poisoning the mind of the Chinese.

                    • 13. islam1st  |  August 18, 2015 at 9:42 pm

                      ‘The DAP evangelistas are poisoning the mind of the Chinese.’

    • 14. Orangkampung  |  August 18, 2015 at 10:04 pm

      I wonder for every Jason, how many Shahrir do we get?
      http://blog.limkitsiang.com/2015/08/18/the-dap-and-i/#more-32346

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