Bersih 4.0 – Chinese who preach LOVE and “fear not”

August 29, 2015 at 12:32 am 22 comments

There’s the Creepy Christian named May Chee and her message of ‘love’. Her appeal is titled ‘There is no fear in love’, where she expended 836 words in prepping up readers to join Bersih 4.0.

May Chee writes, “Those of us who love Malaysia are not a minority.”

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Our beloved motherland

May Chee asks, “How can we keep quiet when our beloved and much blessed motherland, is now all but bankrupt?”

She asks also, “How can we keep quiet when there’s outright violation of our rights to eat, breathe and love in our very own beloved motherland?”

She asks some more, “How can we keep quiet when … he’s [referring to the ‘leader’/Najib] destroying all that is dear to us – our beloved motherland and the fate of our fellow Malaysians?”

Obviously May Chee is not keeping quiet. She is bising-bising and vocal in encouraging her fellow Christians, Chinese and Firsters to take part in the rally later this afternoon. And she’s doing this in the name of love.

May Chee: “There’s no fear in love”

“Bersih 4 never turns unruly,” May Chee assures everybody, adding, “Bersih 4, like all Bersihs, will be the leaven of authentic democracy that we, Malaysians, truly deserve”.

May Chee concludes her Bersih 4.0 appeal by urging:

“Come, show Malaysia that it’s okay to love her so shamelessly, in spite of all the abuses she has gone through. In spite of what she has become, today.

“Come, and show the whole world that, there’s no fear in love.”

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May Chee: “Cowardice is the mother of cruelty”

The brave and fearless Ms Chee had in 2012 shared with all her Bersih 3.0 story ‘Cowardice is the mother of cruelty’ in TMI.

A few months before GE13, she told the world that she would be voting PAS. A year after GE13, she wrote an article headlined ‘Let’s claim our country back‘ (TMI, 6 May 2014).

Apologise to you Doc Haris

She had also penned this cryptic Christian message – see above – directed at Tun Mahathir @ https://harismibrahim.wordpress.com/2014/03/20/apologise-to-you-doc/#comment-105982

I’ve blogged previously about May Chee. My 7 May 2014 write-up was titled, ‘The Christian love for PAS … just too creepy for words’.

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Power to the self-righteous people

Like May Chee, another “fearless” writer is Kee Thuan Chye who bravely declared, “This weekend, those of us who will gather around Dataran Merdeka need not fear”.

He proclaimed, “We will be walking on the side of right. That will be our strength and our protection”. His appeal to Malaysians to participate in Bersih, ‘This weekend, stand up for our country‘ was published two days ago.

Kee is an author who will soon be releasing two new books, Unbelievably Stupid!  and Unbelievably Stupid Too! His earlier books were No More Bullshit, Please, We’re All Malaysians (2012) and Ask for No Bullshit, Get Some More! (2013).

BELOW: Kee’s book launch graced by the Chief Minister of Penang

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Kee Thuan Chye: “As we march as one on Aug 29 & 30”

About Bersih 4.0, Kee wrote in Malaysiakini, “Many Malaysians have been waiting for this, and now it is coming at a poignant moment in our nation’s history – our confrontation with a corrupt system concretised vividly in the form of a man [Najib] …”

Fanning the spirit of his readers, Kee tells them, “This is a moment we have never experienced before. At no time in our history has a single person in the highest office of the land drawn so many Malaysians together to go against him”.

In a show of bravado, Kee postures, “We must capture this moment, exercise our power as citizens of a democracy, as stakeholders of this land, to show this man that our power is greater than his …”

Bersih 4 Chinese

Kee: “As patriots, it is our duty to save our country”

Although Kee Thuan Chye (retired journalist, playwright, actor, blogger) describes Bersih 4.0 as an endeavour that could subject the protesters “to harsh reprisals by the forces of the dark side”, nonetheless, it is the chance for his countrymen to “move forward towards a better Malaysia”.

He adds that he understands Bersih 4.0 to be about securing “a brighter future for our children and their children” because as “patriots, it is our duty to save our country from a government that is corrupt, self-serving and incompetent – in short, a government that sucks”.

Promoting the Bersih rally, Kee cried, “We must turn up in numbers never seen before in a street demonstration in Kuala Lumpur – and walk for them, for the future generations, and even for ourselves. So that in years to come, we may hopefully look back and be proud that we did our bit for the sake of our people. And for our country”.

Wow.

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Semangat begitu berkobar-kobar, che wah

Such ‘inspiring’, chest-thumping speeches from the Malaysian Firsters standing atop the new media soapbox.

Anyway, there you have it. A couple of examples of the fiery rhetoric by Chinese polemicists Ms Chee and Mr Kee in the media to fire up their compatriots who will be braving the streets of Kuala Lumpur this weekend.

And then on the other side, you have us – the outcast 10 percent Chinese.

Below is the result of a Perception towards Bersih 4.0 opinion survey conducted by Merdeka Center. It shows the views on Bersih by respondents according to their ethnicity.

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We, the 10 percent …

A total of 81 percent of the Chinese polled by Merdeka Center look favourably on Bersih 4.0. Only 10 percent of the Chinese are unfavourable of Bersih – see bar chart above.

For the record, my view is aligned with the one-out-of-10 Chinese holdouts against the DAP mainstream.

Rather than the “fear not” which the Firsters are preaching most fierily, I’d instead advise caution and discretion.

But then our cautious voices are drowned out by the loud, over-confident 90 percent and furthermore, there is no public platform available to us to air our opinions. (I had to create my own platform from scratch, which is this blog, and building it entirely on my own resources.)

‘They’ – the majority Chinese – are truly lost to us (the minority 10 percent). They prefer to listen to and be persuaded by the Chees and the Kees. And to Loyar Buroks – ‘Dear Paprika: Saya Akan Ke BERSIH‘, and many others of their ilk all chanting the Colour Blind mantra.

Returning Home

‘We’ are Chinese but ‘they’ are not

And by the way, ‘they’ do not see themselves as ‘Chinese’, okay. They are ‘Malaysians’. First.

We the 10 percent are the ones admitting ourselves to be Cina. For the “zero Chinese, we’re all Malaysians” types like Hannah Yeoh, C-I-N-A is a four letter word.

Hannah even characterizes some of us as those despicably Malaysian Last racists who hold “extreme views”. In fact, Madame Speaker had called on her fellow Malaysians to “reject such [extreme Chinese] mindsets if they hoped to move the country forward”.

Hannah, May Chee, Kee Thuan Chye and the other Firsters all echo each other in their approach of how to “move forward towards a better Malaysia”. They’re marching for their vision of a ‘Beyond Race’ Malaysia today.

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  • 1. RINA  |  August 29, 2015 at 1:13 am

    …….they result of a Perception towards Bersih 4.0 opinion survey conducted by Merdeka Center…..

    GE13 dah kasi tsunami, no need any more new surveys.

    Elok la. Tsunami vote secret2 orang tak nampak. Sekarang keluaq join BERSIH4 bole kasi semua nampak muka mereka.

    Hope fotographers zoom their individual faces so we can now see very clearly who these people are..

    MCA yg kalut ikut..itu gurantee yang selama ini dok bawah selimut. Kasi expose semua talam2 dua muka ni..

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  • 2. tebing tinggi  |  August 29, 2015 at 1:16 am

    re, ” move forward towards a better Malaysia”. They’re marching for their vision of Malaysia today.

    Biarkan , Biarkan , Biarkan , if that what they believe .
    Many are skeptical about their LOVE , is it a true love of a country or they love themselves more .

    Should we shows our love,only on the street’s .

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  • 3. g  |  August 29, 2015 at 3:28 am

    Some people just plain amuses me. Particularly the types who are too deeply religious. Their minds buried under too much scripture they just couldn’t see reality for what it is.

    They blame the government and everyone around them for their inability to achieve whatever they wish for. They cry out that they’re being oppressed.

    But if it really is that bad here why don’t try your luck somewhere else? Which country in the world owes you success or wealth or happiness? Answer: None.

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    • 4. Where's The Justice  |  August 29, 2015 at 5:03 am

      “Some people just plain amuses me.”

      Your entire post amuses me. What a simplistic way of looking at things.

      “They blame the government and everyone around them for their inability to achieve whatever they wish for”

      Does that mean that the government, after fifty eight years of power afforded to them, are immune form criticism? If I remember correctly, it was the non Muslims who rescued BN in the last 90s when Anwar had garnered the support of a lot of Malays.

      Name me one country in the world where people blindly follow the government? Hence why new governments are voted in all the time, as people are brave enough to recognise a problem and vote to change. Only in Malaysia is criticism of the government viewed as an attack of the dominant race of the country.

      “But if it really is that bad here why don’t try your luck somewhere else? ”

      Based on the fact that there are one million Malaysians living overseas, I suggest that many of the ones who can emigrate, have left.

      And do you actually think it’s that easy to be accepted to a developed nation? You need to be skilled and your qualifications need to be recognised. A Malaysian degree won’t suffice. Add in family ties, emotional ties to your homeland, instability caused by uprooting and individual circumstances, your statement is beyond silly.

      “Which country in the world owes you success or wealth or happiness? Answer: None”

      Agreed. So you also agree that Malays claiming special rights just because they are Malays, and continue to vote in UMNO for this reason should not be doing so as the country owes them nothing?

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      • 5. Where's The Justice  |  August 29, 2015 at 6:06 am

        *on the dominant race.

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        • 6. islam1st  |  August 29, 2015 at 2:24 pm

          ‘Your entire post amuses me. What a simplistic way of looking at things.’

          Says the one with the most common sense, eh?

          ‘If I remember correctly, it was the non Muslims who rescued BN in the last 90s when Anwar had garnered the support of a lot of Malays.’

          Ya la, you guys kiasi maa, the economy was extremely good then. Its has got nothing to do with saving BN nor UMNO over Anwar. Toksah nak tipu sangat!

          ‘Name me one country in the world where people blindly follow the government?’

          Sakit hati is it, the Malays are not as kiasu as you guys?!

          ‘ Only in Malaysia is criticism of the government viewed as an attack of the dominant race of the country.’

          Menyesal is it you end up with the wrong country??

          ‘Based on the fact that there are one million Malaysians living overseas, I suggest that many of the ones who can emigrate, have left.’

          Good riddance. Why do you think we ‘bagi’ you the ‘red dot’ down south? For you guys to BERAMBUS la, apa lagi!

          ‘And do you actually think it’s that easy to be accepted to a developed nation?’

          Thats why you and your kakis are still here is it? Wealth belum cukup is it to bawa keluar? Parasit!

          ‘So you also agree that Malays claiming special rights just because they are Malays,’

          You sejarah no read one meh?

          ‘“Sepanjang masa British di sini, (hak istimewa Melayu) sudah ada, walaupun bukan dipanggil Perkara 153.

          “Sebelum perang dunia kedua, sesiapa yang lahir di Negeri-Negeri Selat, Pulau Pinang, Melaka, Singapura, – Negeri-Negeri Selat itu dipanggil Tanah Jajahan Mahkota British – sesiapa yang lahir di situ termasuk orang Melayu menjadi rakyat British. Sesiapa yang lahir di negeri-negeri Melayu kalau ibu bapa mereka adalah orang Melayu, mereka menjadi rakyat raja. Kalau ibu bapa bukan orang Melayu, mereka menjadi stateless citizen.

          “Kalau orang Melayu melangar undang-undang, membuat kesalahan serius, mereka boleh dibuang negeri tapi buat sementara, kemudian boleh kembali ke sini, Tanah Melayu tempat asal mereka.

          “Tapi orang bukan Melayu dihantar balik ke negara asal, tak boleh balik sini.

          “Jadi perbezaan itu sangat jelas,” katanya lagi.

          http://www.bangkit.info/2015/08/sepanjang-masa-british-di-sini-hak.html

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          • 7. Where's The Justice  |  August 30, 2015 at 6:05 am

            Clearly butthurt, Islam 1st. I see my common sense remark a few months ago is still giving you nightmares. Don’t worry, next time I will use lube.

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      • 8. Helen Ang  |  August 29, 2015 at 9:28 am

        re: “And do you actually think it’s that easy to be accepted to a developed nation? You need to be skilled and your qualifications need to be recognised.”

        I see. So Hannah Yeoh is unskilled and unqualified. And roundly rejected by Tasmania.

        But she has most fortunately found her calling in Jerusubang, the ersatz capital of Selangor. Malaysia – truly a land of endless opportunities, even for charlatans like unqualified Christian preachers.

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  • 9. grkumar  |  August 29, 2015 at 5:01 am

    But Christians are retaliating. They are hating, they are in fact crucifying the nation and its constitution. Where they cannot dominate the system through fair means they engage in the foul, the unlawful the unconstitutional.

    The retaliation and provocation of Malaysia’s Christians is beyond what can be considered acceptable. It is pathetic, vile and hateful.

    There is nothing Christian about Bersih. There is nothing peaceful about Bersih or Hannah Yeoh or her “church” (read Amway style multi level marketing of Jesus Christ in disguise).

    Was it not Jesus Christ who said “Render unto Ceaser that which belongs to Ceaser and to God what belongs to God” ?

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    • 10. islam1st  |  August 29, 2015 at 2:32 pm

      “Render unto Ceaser that which belongs to Ceaser and to God what belongs to God” ?

      Haiya, the ultra kiasus mana boleh faham one. Yang bukan born again pun tak ikut jalan derma dan berbudi bahasa.

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    • 11. Garrett  |  August 29, 2015 at 4:07 pm

      The Christians are retaliating in a BIG way! Even their “unbiased” and “apolitical” pastors and bishops. BIG-time hypocrites!

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  • 12. Ayam  |  August 29, 2015 at 5:29 am

    Stupidity is the mother of cruelty, not fear. Those people, mostly Buddhists are so stupid enough to be herd by minorities like Christians(Hannah Yeoh, May Chee) and agnostics(Kee Thuan Chye, Lee Kuan Yew).

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  • 13. Orangkampung  |  August 29, 2015 at 6:49 am

    So if 200 000 people turn up at Dataran Merdeka but only 10% are Malays, is Bersih considered a success and representative of the majority?

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    • 14. shamshul anuar  |  August 29, 2015 at 9:26 am

      Orangkampung,

      For Kit Siang even if one Malay attends BERSIH, he will likely say that malays support BERSIH too.

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      • 15. orangkampung  |  August 29, 2015 at 10:20 am

        I guess that is as good an argument as he can get. Lagipun kalau tengokkan clip video dari Dataran rehearsal pagi ni, saya boleh katakan dengan penuh keyakinan majoriti peserta adalah Melayu dan kelihatan ramai juga pelajar-pelajar India. Cina adalah sekerat dua. Jadi kalau guna LKS punya logic, kira majoriti Cina turun padang untuk sambutan Merdeka yang dianjurkan oleh kerajaan.

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  • 16. orangkampung  |  August 29, 2015 at 8:48 am

    I watched a clip taken from Dataran Merdeka just a few minutes ago on one of the morning shows. The clip was an interview with a teacher who said she’s there with 40 of her students who are involved in the dance performance. They assembled at their school every morning at 5am and then make their way to Dataran Merdeka. Then they showed the kids (teenagers) practicing their moves on the field. They showed the view from above and you can see the Dataran is fully taken up by the practicing groups.

    These young kids are looking happy and enjoying themselves. Their expression of joy is to me is a beautiful sight. If the Bersih 4 people think that they have the right to disrupt this, then please stop deluding yourselves and the rest of Malaysia by trying to convince that what you are doing is patriotic.

    There is a time and place for politics. This weekend is definitely not the time and Dataran Merdeka not the place.

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    • 17. Helen Ang  |  August 29, 2015 at 9:11 am

      re: “There is a time and place for politics.”

      For the evangelistas, anytime and any/everywhere is a good place for politics. Even their churches. Or is it, especially their evangelical churches?

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    • 19. islam1st  |  August 29, 2015 at 2:35 pm

      ‘These young kids are looking happy and enjoying themselves. Their expression of joy is to me is a beautiful sight.’

      Sedih bila teringat nanti DAP and their hate machine gets to them…

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  • 20. Garrett  |  August 29, 2015 at 11:01 am

    I am extremely depressed and saddened for my beloved country. For today, my city will be flooded by a sea of sanctimony…….

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  • 21. Muhammad Muhammad  |  August 29, 2015 at 12:41 pm

    ‘Christians will not retaliate’. I’m tired of this hippie pseudo-pacifist ideology of such types of people.

    All of a sudden, all the DAP people have become excommunicated from their mega churches.

    If they won’t retaliate, how come everytime someone says something bad to them, they need to sue and sue?

    Why the need for Bershit-itu-KOTOR-RIOTS when all we need is some ‘love’ from these tree-hugging hypocrites?

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  • 22. Pakcik Sham  |  August 31, 2015 at 4:26 pm

    Congratulations Helen for being sane and realistic as always. Selamat Menyambut Kemerdekaan Malaysia Tercinta.

    Here’s another writer who dares to be fortright & truthful.

    http://mynation.my/the-decline-of-malaysian-chinese/

    Kee Tuan Chye whom i know personally deserves my disappointment. Something must hv caused that amount of chips on his shoulder.

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