“Harap-harap anak Liang Liang tak jadi ultra kiasu”

August 19, 2015 at 5:52 pm 15 comments

Our visitor giant panda just gave birth to a cub.

I admit that I laughed out loud when I saw the headline “Harap-harap anak Liang Liang tak jadi ultra kiasu“.

It’s the title of an Ismaweb editorial today. Trenchant (pedas) but funny, even if the 90 percent Chinese will be unable to see any humour in it. They might even label the Ismaweb joke as “racist” and predictably go all ape shit.

panda-gergasi3

But jokes aside, Isma’s Kata Pedang (editor’s pseudonym, like Awang Selamat) made a cogent point when he pointed out that a special complex – above – had to be constructed in Zoo Negara to recreate for the pandas the necessary environment for the pair’s survival.

The most important facility is powerful air conditioning. The pandas need regulated low temperatures. A cold climate is a must because it’s impossible for the pandas to acclimatize themselves to our tropical weather.

Their enclosure is also specially landscaped with plants native to the giant panda’s natural habitat in China. There are boulders and “cooling stones”, “ice blocks” and a waterfall falling into a pond.

descendents of the dragon

And the pandas require a special diet too. Species of China bamboo are being grown in a nursery to feed them. The team of zookeepers and vets caring for the pandas are Malay.

Kata Pedang says the bears “mengekalkan semua identiti asalnya sebagai panda yang berasal dari China”.

The moral of the story: The pandas cannot adjust to Malaysia; Zoo Negara has to adjust to the pandas. They will return home to the motherland after staying here 10 years.

BELOW: The panda in the picture is not Liang Liang or her mate Xing Xing. I’m just putting up this photo because it reminds me of the relationship between MCA and Ah Jib Gor

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15 Comments Add your own

  • 1. HH  |  August 20, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Very much in line with Isma’s duplicity as in MM’s half hearted ‘remorse but not sorry’ kind of rhetorics, this disclaimer is found at the bottom of their panda article..

    Quote: Penafian: Kata-Kata Pedang adalah segmen lidah pengarang dan pandangan yang dilontarkan tidak mewakili pendirian rasmi Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) sebagai pertubuhan Melayu dan Islam sederhana.

    If Isma’s ‘kata-kata’ pedang is the Utusan’s version of Awang Selamat, individual(s) cloaked in anonymity, and the views expressed are not synonymous with Isma’s official stance, then it is another ‘we regret it offends (because Isma is suposedly the moderates) but heck, we are not sorry’.

    Ah well, whatever floats their intellectual boat.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  August 20, 2015 at 11:48 am

      Kata-kata Pedang, i.e. Media Isma Sdn Bhd staff, are disclaiming they are the voice of Isma. They put the disclaimer because previously Isma editorials had been quoted by the oppo media as representing the views of Isma.

      Awang Selamat, i.e. Utusan Melayu (Malaysia) Bhd staff, cannot speak for Umno. At times Awang Selamat has taken positions not aligned with Umno.

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      • 3. islam1st  |  August 20, 2015 at 2:07 pm

        ‘At times Awang Selamat has taken positions not aligned with Umno’

        Apa yang depa tahu Helen. Depa ingat kebebasan bersuara hanya diamalkan oleh mereka sahaja. Kesian. If you are not with them, then you must be one of UMNO slaves. Nice tempurung these people are living in, won’t you say, Helen?

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        • 4. Helen Ang  |  August 20, 2015 at 2:14 pm

          re: “Depa ingat kebebasan bersuara hanya diamalkan oleh mereka sahaja.”

          Where got freedom of expression practised by them? Look at the scores of Twitter users blocked by @hannahyeoh – see, https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/02/23/dodgy-podgy-porky-and-pie-syahredzan/

          re: “Kesian. If you are not with them, then you must be one of Umno slaves.”

          DAP & the Lims are fascists just like North Korea & the Kims. If you’re not with them, you’re treated much more brutally than merely being called Umno macai.

          re: “Nice tempurung these people are living in, won’t you say, Helen?”

          Helen would say these people are living in Jerusubang. The Big J is the City of Sin.

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  • 5. Noon  |  August 20, 2015 at 11:09 am

    And then, after two years, the baby panda will have to be sent back to China. Macam tak berbaloi je..

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  • 6. alwieabdullah  |  August 20, 2015 at 11:28 am

    re: The pandas cannot adjust to Malaysia; Zoo Negara has to adjust to the pandas. They will return home to the motherland after staying here 10 years.

    Haiya…! Pandas tinggal kat sini tapi tak boleh ‘adjust’ to Malaysia. Sebaliknya Malaysia aka Zoo Negara kena ‘adjust’ to the Pandas.

    Nampak macam sama aje dengan satu kaum tu…! Bezanya, kaum tu dah tak boleh balik ‘motherland’. Mereka terpaksa stay kat sini tapi tetap tak boleh adjust to Malaysia…

    Sorry, silap…bukan tak boleh adjust tapi sebenarnya ‘tak mahu adjust’!

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    • 7. Helen Ang  |  August 20, 2015 at 12:05 pm

      re: “bukan tak boleh adjust tapi sebenarnya ‘tak mahu adjust’!”

      To some extent what you say is true. But it’s different for you because you’re a Muslim and you have a Malay wife.

      Some of us are unable to adapt as well as you have.

      Below, complaint by MCA former vice president:

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      • 8. islam1st  |  August 20, 2015 at 2:10 pm

        Lets face it. Those ‘communities’ chose to alienated themselves la Gan Peng Sieu!

        Think, makan Cina, minum Cina, cakap Cina, tonton Cina, kawan Cina etc. No need to go far2, just take a look at yourself in the mirror once in a while, yer, GPS!

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        • 9. Helen Ang  |  August 20, 2015 at 2:21 pm

          GPS won’t be replying us here so I will mencelah.

          I feel alienated too. I voted DAP in 2004 and 2008.

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          • 10. islam1st  |  August 20, 2015 at 2:23 pm

            ‘I feel alienated too. I voted DAP in 2004 and 2008.’

            Feel better now, now that you don’t?

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            • 11. Helen Ang  |  August 20, 2015 at 2:58 pm

              Your response is interesting. And you surprise me :)

              My choice of vote in GE13 and other developments subsequent to 5 May 2013 meant that I had decided to side with BN conclusively, and by default this also extends to Umno which is the anchor party.

              It naturally comes with the package that I elected to accept the status quo. This being so, I’m not “anti” or “opposed” and so I don’t have the same angst as those people (Dapsters) who are hellbent on overhauling/UBAH the system.

              To answer your question directly: Being pro-BN also means that I’m less alienated from the demographic mainstream which is Malay & Muslim or as the trend is going, Muslim (1st) & Malay. I’m confident that the right side of history in Malaysia is Malay-Muslim.

              Too many Malaysians feel “over my dead body DAP gonna rule the country” and this sentiment includes me. Because the DAP evangelistas are dajjal. I’m very sure about this.

              With me it’s the PUSH factor – a strong aversion to the DAP evangelistas and their sneaky bastard methods. But the PULL factor is lacking for me, i.e. some of you may be looking forward to a more Islamic government or a stronger kerajaan Melayu, neither which will benefit me.

              Things will never be the same anymore. By same I mean the Perikatan-BN, MCA-Umno set-up that has allowed us to have Chinese this, and Chinese that.

              I don’t think the majority of Chinese are all that gullible either. They took an all-or-nothing gamble with the DAP in full awareness that it was a power grab. They’re going all out to make it a ‘Do’ (success) rather than ‘Die’ (failure), hence their ultra aggression.

              A DAP victory will be a catastrophe for everybody (Malays, Indians, natives, non-DAP Chinese) and only serve to elevate the evangelical oligarchy.

              I don’t think the Chinese have a future in Malaysia if DAP loses. But everybody else (the majority) will not have a future if DAP wins. It’s still alienation either way.

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              • 12. islam1st  |  August 20, 2015 at 5:45 pm

                ‘Your response is interesting. And you surprise me :)’

                I know Helen, I dumb down a lot to entertain some PR goons here ;)

                ‘My choice of vote in GE13 and other developments subsequent to 5 May 2013 meant that I had decided to side with BN conclusively, and by default this also extends to Umno which is the anchor party.

                It naturally comes with the package that I elected to accept the status quo. This being so, I’m not “anti” or “opposed” and so I don’t have the same angst as those people (Dapsters) who are hellbent on overhauling/UBAH the system.’

                I also want to ubah Helen. But definitely not the way DAP and kakis are doing it. The aggression must stop!

                ‘To answer your question directly: Being pro-BN also means that I’m less alienated from the demographic mainstream which is Malay & Muslim or as the trend is going, Muslim (1st) & Malay. I’m confident that the right side of history in Malaysia is Malay-Muslim.’

                We don’t have a choice do we? The demographic says so. In a few years 70% of Malaysians will be Muslims. The Perlembagaan also said the same about Islam and Melayus. So be accepting is the way to go. The only way in fact.

                Then only we can talk about how we can better serve everyone in the country. Both citizens and pendatangs. And how not to trampled on the rights of each and everyone of us. There’s enough wealth for all of us here. Some tak payah nak kiasu sangat.

                ‘Too many Malaysians feel “over my dead body DAP gonna rule the country” and this sentiment includes me.’

                I agree.

                ‘Because the DAP evangelistas are dajjal. I’m very sure about this.’

                If you say so. Perhaps it makes more sense now, to you, on why the Malays/Muslims simply can’t accept DAP despite A.Samad Said and pretty girls thrown in.

                ‘With me it’s the PUSH factor – a strong aversion to the DAP evangelistas and their sneaky bastard methods. But the PULL factor is lacking for me, i.e. some of you may be looking forward to a more Islamic government or a stronger kerajaan Melayu, neither which will benefit me.’

                I literally voted LGE for his Bagan Parliament in 2008 simply to punish BN. For various reasons. Among others, Pak Lah, MCA and Gerakan. Its the push factor for me too. BN antics then pushing me away from it.

                I just hope comes 2018, I would hate DAP more than I would hate BN.

                ‘Things will never be the same anymore. By same I mean the Perikatan-BN, MCA-Umno set-up that has allowed us to have Chinese this, and Chinese that.’

                Of course. The Malays appear to be more (and more) vocal now. Thank you DAP!

                ‘I don’t think the majority of Chinese are all that gullible either. They took an all-or-nothing gamble with the DAP in full awareness that it was a power grab. They’re going all out to make it a ‘Do’ (success) rather than ‘Die’ (failure), hence their ultra aggression.’

                I thought so too. So the peace-peace-peace. Love-love-love wont work for me. Period.

                ‘A DAP victory will be a catastrophe for everybody (Malays, Indians, natives, non-DAP Chinese) and only serve to elevate the evangelical oligarchy.’

                Indeed.

                ‘I don’t think the Chinese have a future in Malaysia if DAP loses. But everybody else (the majority) will not have a future if DAP wins. It’s still alienation either way.’

                No lah Helen, the Chinese are doing good here. And they will be doing well in years to come too. Their good future (and fortune) is secured. They are the citizens of this country. Nobody can take that away from them.

                But they can’t have their cake and eat it too, like they used to. Enough is enough. They can’t be ‘tipuing’ at night time, when nobody sees them and daytime walks for demo calling for bersih this and that, kan?

                And no more bagi muka for them. Tun M did not. Soekarno certainly did not. And to a certain extent, LKY also did the same while keeping his Ketuanan Cina intact, I might add.

                But sadly, that someone with billions can’t stop giving can he?

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        • 13. HH  |  August 20, 2015 at 2:42 pm

          Islam1st

          Do you makan Cina, watch HK dramas, minum Cina and chill with your Chinese friends on weekends?

          I don’t expect you to.

          Neither would I accuse you of purposely alienating the Chinese on account of that.

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          • 14. islam1st  |  August 20, 2015 at 4:33 pm

            HH, with the 2 million, my bubble sudah pecah oredi. Your appraently is getting bigger and bigger by the day. Syabas.

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            • 15. islam1st  |  August 20, 2015 at 7:44 pm

              HH, a Cina wedding, no less.

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