Tsunami 2.0 – Now Malays can SEE the Chinese tidal wave

August 31, 2015 at 1:18 pm 71 comments

Today is Monday, and it’s black, not yellow.

It is like a reprise of 6 May 2013 – the day after the GE13 polling. Kaum Cina telah baling batu dan cuba sorok tangan.

They were compelled to try and hide their hand after unleashing the tsunami on May 5 because although the wave successfully washed away some Umno MPs like Saifuddin Abdullah, Rustam Ali and Puad Zakarshi, it nonetheless failed to drown the BN.

Today – the morning after the Bersih 4.0 mega rally – the DAP spinmeisters are going into propaganda overdrive to try to explain away why the Malays had kept a distance.

The DAP overplayed its hand in mobilizing the Chinese crowd. Kali ini lepas baling batu, tangan sudah tak boleh disorok lagi. Semua orang nampak dah lautan kuning yang membanjiri Kuala Lumpur.

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Merdeka Perception Govt

9 out of 10 Chinese think M’sia going the wrong way

Look at the line graph above of public perception – how the various races feel about the country and the government. It is the Merdeka Center public opinion survey results for the first quarter of 2015.

  • Green line – Malay
  • Yellow line – Indian
  • Red line – Chinese

The red line, i.e. Chinese public sentiments, is bottom-most and hugging the floor (x-axis). Their attitude towards the government is very negative. It is also far apart from the Malay attitude, depicted by the green line.

Asked by the pollsters if Malaysia was heading in the right direction, only 13 percent of the Chinese respondents said ‘Yes’. A full 87 percent of the Chinese think that Malaysia is on the wrong track.

Don’t forget that the above Merdeka Center survey was taken this year.

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Deep in denial but Chinese can’t deny anymore now

Above is a bar chart prepared by the Centre for Strategic Engagement (Cense) on public perception about the GE13 tsunami.

Among the Chinese, a whopping 93.2 percent were insistent that the 2013 election results was a “Malaysian tsunami”. Only 3.7 percent of the Chinese whose opinion were sought had been willing to admit that it was really a “Chinese tsunami”.

The DAP – aided and abetted by The J-Star – had tried to couch the GE13 Chinese tsunami as an “urban tsunami”. There is truth in the urban nature of the trend but it does not take away from the fact that the Chinese – who dominate urban constituencies – drove the results.

‘Urban tsunami’ was true but the bigger truth – the elephant in the room – was the Chinese tsunami.

When the woolly mammoth had taken to the streets in plain sight, yesterday and the day before, how to hide the elephant this time? And certainly not when they were honking away, blowing their vuvuzela horns oblivious to masuk waktu solat.

Bersih 4.0 Cina

Bersih 4 vuvuzuela

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Bersih 4.0 morning
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Bersih 4 Chinese

BErsih 4.0 Cina sit down

Bersih 4.0 overseas

ABOVE: The Bersih gatherings overseas were dominated by Chinese too

BELOW: Bersih 4.0 hijacked the patriotism of Hari Kebangsaan, claiming a record for the biggest crowd ever to turn out for any Merdeka eve countdown

Bersih 4.0 Merdeka

She sees Malaysians only and a multiracial turnout, konon

Julia Yeow saw “Malaysians who were Chinese, Indian, Malay and natives from Sabah and Sarawak” at Bersih. She was writing in her TMI voices column in The Malaysian Insider today.

Her claim to fame is her pre-Bersih Aug 16 article titled, ‘Malaysians, are you angry enough yet?’ A fortnight before the rally, Julia had provided a checklist to help her readers tick off what they should be angry about.

Julia’s ‘Angry’ article had been tweeted by TMI boss Jahabar Sadiq – below.

From left: Ambiga, Eric Paulsen, Latheefa Koya & Jahabar

From left: Ambiga, Eric Paulsen, Latheefa Koya & Jahabar

Self-destructive Chinese

Do you know what the Bersih 4.0 rally has truly accomplished?

Utusan senior editor Zulkiflee Bakar wrote today:

“Sebenarnya, apa yang berlaku di Kuala Lumpur tersebut memberi isyarat begitulah model pemerintahan pembangkang. Yang akan menguasai segala-galanya bukan pemimpin Melayu atau penyokong mereka, tetapi DAP dan penyokong parti itu.”

BELOW: The Dapster family wear yellow but minus the word ‘Bersih 4.0’

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In his Utusan editorial titled ‘Isyarat daripada perhimpunan haram‘, Zulkiflee advised:

“Kepada BN pula, perhimpunan haram itu boleh dianggap isyarat yang jelas harapan parti untuk meraih sokongan daripada kaum Cina akan terus tidak kesampaian.
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“Kita akui bukan semua orang Cina menyokong pakatan pembangkang tetapi apa yang berlaku selama ini sudah menjadi bukti bahawa majoriti kaum tersebut terus menjauhkan diri daripada BN. […] Oleh itu, tidak perlulah bersusah payah untuk berusaha bermati-matian meraih sokongan kelompok tersebut.”…
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“Ini memandangkan berdasarkan keputusan pilihan raya umum sejak 2008, menunjukkan BN buatlah apa sahaja belum tentu akan mampu mengembalikan sokongan majoriti kaum Cina kepada parti berkenaan. Dan pendirian kaum itu terhadap BN semakin terserlah, jika perhimpunan haram Bersih mahu dijadikan ukuran.”

The sight of Chinese swarming Kuala Lumpur streets over the weekend is reminiscent of the archived historical photograph below. It was taken on 9 May 1969.

There is no wisdom in the leadership by DAP evangelistas. Only overweening ambition and insatiable greed.

Perarakan mayat Lim Soon Seng, 9 Mei 1969

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71 Comments Add your own

  • 1. onsleuth  |  August 31, 2015 at 2:47 pm

    interesting way to get Muslim to perform solat at Dataran Merdeka & show there are support among Malays. But the amoi should take a leaf out of Hannah Yeoh book. https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1280379058656851&id=100000543084712&set=rpd.100000543084712&source=49&ref=bookmarks

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  August 31, 2015 at 2:57 pm

      The water may be spiked.

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      • 3. AE  |  August 31, 2015 at 4:59 pm

        Hmm. Never thought i would see the day that the sacred act of solat would be use for political posturing…what a sad day indeed.
        Yang lelaki je ke sembahyang? Yang perempuan semua datang bulan?

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  • 4. RINA  |  August 31, 2015 at 3:40 pm

    Kalau kita lama bercampur dgn Apek, actually the Chinese tsunami came as no surprise.

    Anyway BERSIH4 rally is wrong timing where majority of Bumis are concerned. Our grandparents and elders are still alive to give us their first hand experiences of ‘Hari Merdeka’. Merdeka day adalah hari yang amat bermakna kepada kami.

    Trying to hijact such an important day was not only ‘kurang ajar’ but clearly proved to us many of them are descendants of pendatang many I am sure dari golongan the likes of Zairil and Zuraidah Mak Lampir. Paper citizens.

    My Apek jiran, the wife’s mum died on Chinese New Year. Left in the morgue until Cap Go Meh.. Taboooooo, pantang larang for her to even visit mum’s dead body or attend her funeral. Suey suey suey ‘mati’ as in the number ‘4’……

    Some will langgar the pantang larang, what the hell.. a dead body is a dead body. Begitu juga Hari Merdeka to some, what the hell, lantak le..to them it is just another Monday.

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  • 5. orangkampung  |  August 31, 2015 at 3:47 pm

    Hey Helen, you are not alone!
    Here’s another member of your 10% club.

    Read Another Brick which brought me to this page: http://mynation.my/the-decline-of-malaysian-chinese/

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    • 6. islam1st  |  August 31, 2015 at 11:42 pm

      Wah ada penyapu juga la ini kali??

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  • 7. C72  |  August 31, 2015 at 4:41 pm

    “Rally theme park” goers. A nice day out, complete with group photos and dinner plans afterwards. *snort*

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  • 8. sarimah  |  August 31, 2015 at 4:41 pm

    Congratulations!!! dap succeed brainwash most of the chinese.
    See u in pru14. Good luck.

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    • 9. MCA.8481  |  August 31, 2015 at 7:43 pm

      Siapa yg bangang bangsat pi mansuh ISA ??

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      • 10. JehanMo  |  August 31, 2015 at 9:25 pm

        Pak usaha dan najib batalkan. Padam muka dua dua tu.

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  • 11. grkumar  |  August 31, 2015 at 4:52 pm

    One would have thought they would at least try to be a bit subtle about this gathering by having a PR person advise them to throw a few Indian and Malay faces to at least make believe it was a cosmopolitan multi racial affair.

    But from what they said last year was a 350,000 to 500,000 to what Reuters said was a gathering of about 25,000 this year I don’t think they have anything to crow about. Shameless as they are they continue to spew they propaganda of speaking for “Most Malaysians” meaning all of Jinjang and places like that.

    They should rename the event “Koyah” After Lateefa Koya the loud mouth lawyer in that photo. More appropriate.

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    • 12. islam1st  |  August 31, 2015 at 11:50 pm

      ‘Lateefa Koya the loud mouth lawyer’

      Indeed.

      Nota Kaki-Cari video dia buli coach rugby kat padang few years ago tapi tak jumpa…

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    • 13. IT.Scheiss  |  September 1, 2015 at 12:59 am

      I was there to check it out (wearing a neutral coloured shirt) from about 10.00pm to 11.30pm on Sunday and yes, there were about 30,000 people crowded in front of a small stage at the intersection of Jalan Raja, Jalan Tun Perak and Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman but it was a rotating crowd with people arriving by LRT and other leaving, with streams of people walking towards the centre of the action and others leaving, so it’s hard to say how many people visited and left.

      That said, I doubt the carnival will achieve much by itself, except for the presence of Tun Dr. Mahathir to lend his moral support to the people without officially endorsing Bersih 4 itself, though this could influence how some UMNO MPs vote in event of a motion of no confidence in Najib being moved in parliament in October.

      The fact that the crowd was overwhelmingly Chinese this time compared to overwhelmingly Malay in previous times is very curious and what developments which will follow later will be interesting.

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  • 14. Mulan Malaysia  |  August 31, 2015 at 5:08 pm

    How is your Merdeka day today? My Merdeka is really the most unhappy Merdeka ever in my entire old life. For once I agree with WCW.
    http://www.thestar.com.my/Opinion/Columnists/On-The-Beat/?c=%7b81C90090-878D-486F-8BD5-9C1F18D3B4C8%7d

    Last night I went to a birthday party not celebrating the birthday girl but celebrate Bersih. Imagine the kids wearing Bersih TShirts. Hello… did you forget about the birthday kid? And yes the Balai Rukun Tetangga where the party was held had no pictures of Ajib-ko, Governor and the King. Only LGE’s photo.

    Oh yes. The DC Comics Justice League Run was held in Penang… konon by Superman LGE because Penang is the only state having Justice and is Bersih. Now I can’t even go to a cinema and watch Superman without weighing its political importance.

    I just complained to the gym manager. The gym has a wear yellow day where the dress code is yellow. This is the only international gym. What has Bersih got to do with aerobics? I told him off that if I wanted to go to a rally, I would have gone to a rally. Why go to a gym? If I wanted that I would have donated RM99 (+GST) straight to DAP. Why waste my time at a politico-aerobics at RM99 (+GST) a month? I told the manager off that the week before it is wear Malaysian jersey week (nobody actually wore that) and why not continue it instead of a so called non-Bersih non-political wear yellow Merdeka aerobic day.

    I wanted to give you the screen shot… but what the heck? Why spoil your Merdeka? I hope next year Malaysian do not achieve for even unhappier Merdeka than this one.

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    • 15. Helen Ang  |  August 31, 2015 at 7:16 pm

      re: “Now I can’t even go to a cinema and watch Superman without weighing its political importance.”

      LOL. Sorry to hear that Kim Guan Eng has spoiled Superman for you.

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      • 16. tebing tinggi  |  August 31, 2015 at 10:25 pm

        Now the Chinese yellow is lucky color ,no more red .

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        • 17. Sarah  |  September 1, 2015 at 9:05 am

          Few of my chinese friends decided not to joint Bersih 4. The reason, if by any means a lot’s of chinese participated it an indicator of the end of the Chinese. They believed bad luck will fall on the community.

          Yesterday they send a message quote “Looks like the bad luck will fall upon us. It Bersih 4 for God sake. No 4 and majority chinese joint in. Died lor. Malay see this and boikot even more. Overseas biz problems. Last time overseas problems but Malay still buys. Nowadays overseas problems Malay also don’t want to buy. Aiyooh”.

          Well what can I said to her. Just reply with :( :(

          :[sarah

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          • 18. wawe  |  September 2, 2015 at 7:24 am

            I have not bought anything from any Chinese shop since the tsunami, even Courts mammoth, Hup Seng, and the latest, an electric co., Khind. Go on with your bershit, and we will boycott you more. thanks to bershit and tsunami for opening the Malays’ eyes.

            And lowyat is another eye opener among the younger ones. The ICT biz is the next shift. Slowly and surely the Malay biz will gain ground at the expense of the kiasus’

            On second thought, check who the organizers are. Are they purposely jeopardizing the Chinese business. Surely they know the repercussion of their misconduct. In the end, menang sorak, kampong you tergadai.

            Dah banyak signboards ‘house for sale’ dekat bandar, meaning they are unable to service their loans. What is next? Used to be a Malay proverb, soon it will inflict the kiaus. Now that the ‘shares’ are plummeting, soon there will be the end of the road for many.

            As for overseas biz, we can just buy on-line. Nowadays, anyone can even go anywhere, China, Vietnam, US, UK, to engage in any biz. We don’t need the kiasu Cina to buy those things. I even taught the school students to go directly to Amazon and e-bay, etc to buy things from overseas.

            The shops and biz will soon die out. The on-line biz is already monopolised by the Malays. Hail bershit and tsunami, hell to Cina kiasu biz. The loan sharks will follow suit. They will kill each other, like yesterday where a debt collector was shot. That is just the beginning of the fall of the kiasus.

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      • 19. RINA  |  September 1, 2015 at 12:54 am

        …….The Superman curse refers to a series of supposedly related misfortunes that have plagued creative people involved in adaptations of Superman in various media, particularly actors who have played the role of Superman on film and television……

        Ada sekok lagi actor Superman dari Penang. Hahaha

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  • 20. sirimuda  |  August 31, 2015 at 5:48 pm

    Zulkifli Bakar berkata benar maksud beliau itu cukup dalam buat lah apa pun belum tentu mampu mengambalikan sokongan kaum Cina kepada BN itu lah kira-kira yang tak payah diambil dari mana-mana centre sekali pun, perhimpunan bersih tersebut umpama sampai kucing tumbuh tanduk, as I said they have got the morality unless najib stay Cik Helen kenapa you tak berani nak ulas perkara yang tuntas ini, Tun M tidak bersandiwara dalam hal ini when he is still around

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    • 21. Helen Ang  |  August 31, 2015 at 7:09 pm

      Najib remaining as PM unfortunately gives the DAP ammunition to criticize Umno-BN and strut the moral high ground – you’re correct and this is quite true.

      Here’s from my point of view as the 10 percent Chinese:

      (1) Najib won’t step down. It’s difficult to make him do so. He’s got the support of the majority of the 192 Umno divisions. The oppo do not have enough clout to carry a vote of no confidence in Parliament. So Najib is staying.

      (2) The efforts by the rebel Umno faction (Tun) to unseat him is only weakening and damaging Umno plus BN itself because at the end of the day and until 2018, Najib will not and cannot be dislodged. So like it or not, BN needs to rely on Najib still to lead the ruling party into battle come GE14.

      And yes, BN could lose because every day Najib and Umno are being attacked. And those doing the attacking include Tun and Umno Malays and the ordinary pro-government Malays yourselves.

      (3) There is no one else to replace Najib. With any other alternative, BN is even more sure to lose.

      (a) Muhyiddin – He’s out of power. The fact that Najib sacked him and got the better of him in their face-off proves that Najib is the better strategist and stronger player.

      (b) Zahid – Najib is smarter and has a steadier temperament (able to keep his cool).

      (c) Hisham – If you’re an Umno member, you’d be aware of HH’s calibre. BN needs a War General. HH is not it. Najib, on the other hand, is getting tougher by the day as reflected by his recent actions and even in the way he talks and the stuff he’s talking about. Suits me.

      (d) KuLi – Morally he has less baggage and a more appealing reputation. But do you think this aristocrat Tengku is able to conduct a war against the gangster-streetfighter DAP?

      (e) Mukhriz – I like MM. I think he’s nice. Same reasoning as (d) applies to him. Najib, at least, has been battered and bloodied by the opposition. He knows how vicious and merciless they are. Even his pet cat also the Dapsters attack.

      (4) Najib has been slapped on the right cheek by Tsunami 1.0 and now on the left cheek by Tsunami 2.0. Out of all the Umno leaders, I really hope that after the slaps he has gotten in the face, selepas kepala diinjak-injak (his portraits stepped on), this anak Tun Razak dah sedar and will try to be something like his late father was – a strong leader in the time of ‘civil war’.

      We the 10 percent Chinese are very clear-minded. If we were not, pasti dah termakan dakyah DAP just like the 90 percent. We think logically, even clinically. The above is my reasoning that I’m sharing with you.

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      • 22. AE  |  August 31, 2015 at 8:11 pm

        I concur that malay dont have any replacement that can invigorate and lead Umno against DAP onslaught. Only a younger, autocratic Tun M would do, so Najib is the next best horse to bet on. Third place is like a lap behind these two.
        But my real interest is regarding point e. Mukhriz’s pet cat. Spill pls. Some links would be good. Wondering how the hell they can use cats in a political slandering.
        You know how i am about cats…

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        • 23. Helen Ang  |  August 31, 2015 at 8:27 pm

          Not Mukhriz’s pet cat. Najib’s.

          PKR vice president N. Surendran defending Najib against other oppo leaders:

          “… opposition figures have been tweeting furiously about the ‘First Kitten’. Almost all of it has been snide, malicious and extremely ungracious. All sorts of politically suggestive mocking names have been proposed for the kitten.

          Read more: https://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/135220#ixzz3kOXy3Xqo

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      • 24. shamshul anuar  |  August 31, 2015 at 8:41 pm

        Helen,

        BERSIH 4 instead of putting pressure on Najib and UMNO actually benefits Najib and UMNO.

        Many in UMNO are saying BERSIH 4 is the preview on life (political or not) should UMNO no longer in power. And i tend to agree with UMNO’s assesment.

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        • 25. JehanMo  |  August 31, 2015 at 9:29 pm

          Yes agree, a clear message indeed for the malays and I hope the malays will wake up..at the end of the day it is only UMNO can and will fight for the malays regardless how corrupt their are. DAP is from the chinese for the chinese democracy…

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          • 26. islam1st  |  August 31, 2015 at 11:58 pm

            ‘I hope the malays will wake up’

            Melayu dah. Ahjigor dah ke belum?? Esok makan besar lagi ke??

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          • 27. Contemplation  |  September 1, 2015 at 7:54 am

            What United Malays do we have under Najib and Gang?
            And what National Organization do we still have if the Attorney General’s legal decision can be nullified on a whim, and the Deputy Prime Minister can be sacked for questioning the abandonment of integrity on a massive scale?
            Do you think Najib’s character is Malay in essence? Millions of people don’t think so. They know him as greedy and corrupt.

            Mao Tse Tung was not Chinese in essence. In fact he was an iron-fisted communist who practiced mass genocide on the Chinese people. Lim Kit Siang must explain why he idolizes Lim Chin Peng the Maoist terrorist on Malayan soil – from whom no parliamentary democracy could have arisen?

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    • 28. Setem  |  August 31, 2015 at 11:40 pm

      sirimuda – i have been waiting patiently for Helen to eventually write something on 1MDB which may be the ‘Waterloo’ for Najib.

      even SYA admitted that he supported Najib except on 1MDB debacle. now i am waiting for LSS to admit the same.

      * holding my breathe *

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  • 29. KJ10Q  |  August 31, 2015 at 8:41 pm

    Why should the ‘Malay’ be wary of the Malaysian Chinese?

    If at all this Bersih 4 should send a message to the Malays that this country is still very much depends on what the Malays want, and no one else.

    Like Helen claiming to be speaking on behalf of the 10% Chinese. Just because there were 90% Chinese supported the oppo, Helen assumed that there were 10% supported Najib.

    Going by that analysis, as there were less than 1% of the country’s Malays attended Bersih 4, then there must be 99% Malaysian Malays supporting Najib? That being the case, why should anyone here be worried? In fact, you should start celebrating and go eat cake.

    Typical ‘you are with me or against me’ syndrome.

    Indeed Bersih 4 was attended by majority Chinese. Some said over 80%, some 90%. To the contrary of what is being preached here, Bersih 4 had won the heart of many Malays. Why?

    One, they said they wanted to do it, then they did it, accomplishing their mission against all odds.

    Two, it was a peaceful demonstration, spanning from 2.00pm on 29-8-2015 to 0.00am 31-8-2015, no untoward incidents, no damage to public facilities.

    Three, it proved that the real troublemakers were the PAS fanaticals, and no one else. Now the fanaticals are with UMNO (thanks but no thanks).

    Four, Malays amongst them and Malays not amongst them did not feel threatened by anything associated with Bersih 4. There’s no hidden agenda against Malays, no uttering of hurtful words against the Malays, and vice versa. If there were hard feelings against the Malays, it cannot hide from the tens of thousands of Chinese there.

    Bersih 4 was about one person and one person only (maybe two, he and his wife). The Bersih 4 participants thought that Najib must step down now. They are entitled to their opinion. Just like Helen and most commenters here, as what was being written above about plausible successors to Najib. Helen even went ahead saying that Najib will cause the downfall of BN. You can think like that, but Bersih 4 people cannot? Your bak kut teh is not pork izzit?

    So everyone thinks that Najib must go now. This is a fact. So why should the Malays be cautioned about ‘CHINESE TIDAL WAVE’? If the Malays like Najib so much, just go ahead and vote for him always. You should ask Najib to not field any Chinese candidate too. Tell him that if he does, no Malay will support him because that will be khianat to bangsa Melayu.

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    • 30. Helen Ang  |  August 31, 2015 at 9:28 pm

      re: “Why should the ‘Malay’ be wary of the Malaysian Chinese?”

      The ‘Malay’ should be wary of the DAP evangelista because they will lose power should the evangelical party and its konco-konco (New Hope dll) gain control of Putrajaya in GE14.

      re: “If at all this Bersih 4 should send a message to the Malays that this country is still very much depends on what the Malays want, and no one else.”

      Former DAP vice chairman Tunku Aziz said the message of Bersih 4 is Chinese flexing their muscles and this show of force has worsened Sino-Malay relations. Utusan believes that the relationship is now irreparable, advising BN not to bother to woo the Chinese vote anymore.

      re: “Just because there were 90% Chinese supported the oppo, Helen assumed that there were 10% supported Najib.”

      The Merdeka Center opinion survey found 81% Chinese looked favourably on Bersih 4.0 while 10% Chinese looked unfavourably. The main message of Bersih is to push for the ouster of Najib. The slogans on many banners and placards in Chinese said this.

      The 10% Chinese who object to the rally are aware of the main theme, i.e. “Najib, step down” 纳吉下台 “Najib you’re shameless” 纳吉最无耻 behind Bersih 4.0.

      re: “Going by that analysis, as there were less than 1% of the country’s Malays attended Bersih 4, then there must be 99% Malaysian Malays supporting Najib?”

      Your syllogism isn’t convincing anybody.

      re: “Typical ‘you are with me or against me’ syndrome.”

      Which has been made the central plank in the ethos of the DAP and its leadership, its cheerleaders and its RBA treat the 10 percent Chinese. Kee Thuan Chye even went to the extent of calling his old schoolmate an “Umno cybertrooper“.

      re: “To the contrary of what is being preached here, Bersih 4 had won the heart of many Malays. Why?”

      re: “Two, it was a peaceful demonstration, spanning from 2.00pm on 29-8-2015 to 0.00am 31-8-2015, no untoward incidents, no damage to public facilities.”

      Okay, fair enough – it was a peaceful demo. Credit to the organizers and kudos to the participants.

      re: “Three, it proved that the real troublemakers were the PAS fanaticals, and no one else. Now the fanaticals are with UMNO (thanks but no thanks).”

      And you think this statement of yours will win the heart of more Malays?

      re: “Four, Malays amongst them and Malays not amongst them did not feel threatened by anything associated with Bersih 4.”

      Some of the Malays there were DAP (like Syefura) and employees of DAP leaders (like Azira).

      re: “There’s no hidden agenda against Malays, no uttering of hurtful words against the Malays, and vice versa.”

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      If there were hard feelings against the Malays, it cannot hide from the tens of thousands of Chinese there.

      re: “Bersih 4 was about one person and one person only (maybe two, he and his wife).”

      Okay, so it was never about “Free & Fair” elections. Gottit.

      re: “The Bersih 4 participants thought that Najib must step down now.”

      The Bersih 4 participants don’t care about “Free & Fair” elections? :)

      re: “Helen even went ahead saying that Najib will cause the downfall of BN.”

      Yes, to clarify. It is possible that BN will lose GE14 if the Tun faction does not let up on their attacks against the Umno president cum BN chairman.

      re: “You can think like that, but Bersih 4 people cannot? Your bak kut teh is not pork izzit?”

      I’m thinking like this on my platform as an independent blogger. The Bersih 4.0 people are supposed to be “apolitical”, “non-partisan” and selflessly, idealistically fighting for Free & Fair elections, Democracy, yadda, yadda. Obviously they’re fans of Organic Vegetarian bak Kut Teh.

      re: “So everyone thinks that Najib must go now. This is a fact.”

      Many Chinese and some Malays think so. That’s not “everyone”.

      re: “So why should the Malays be cautioned about ‘CHINESE TIDAL WAVE’?”

      Why are you so antsy? It was a tidal wave, it was Chinese and Malay fencesitters can see this with their own eyes now.

      re: “You should ask Najib to not field any Chinese candidate too.”

      I would ask him not field any MCA candidates in Malay-majority seats but I’m not his consultant.

      re: “Tell him that if he does, no Malay will support him because that will be khianat to bangsa Melayu.”

      If only the PM would listen to me :D but like I said, I have no access. I’m just a blogger.

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      • 31. JehanMo  |  August 31, 2015 at 9:32 pm

        stepping and poking fun on Hadi awang and Najib pictures is seen as stepping on the malays…these are 2 malays leaders representating the malays now… you see thats how they read this, can you go around and explain to the rural malays? on the cina bukit behaviour. If DAP doesnt like PAS not equal to malays dont like him!!!

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    • 32. wawe  |  September 1, 2015 at 1:07 am

      Hahaha, trying to manipulate the facts, alas unsuccessfully.
      You yourself contradict what you write. In certain cases, you are putting two contradicting things together hoping that they will be inter-connected.

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  • 33. Soya bean army  |  August 31, 2015 at 9:20 pm

    Wow so many supporters of UMNO here despite knowing that their leader is a corrupt man and a criminal. if you guys want to support such a corrupt institution go right ahead and stand on the sidelines cheering while Malaysia slowly descends into a failed state. When that happens it will be you guys who will blame the china-man , jews, orang putih , orang india , superman, robotman ant man and every other man but yourselves.
    Yes it’s everyone else fault . That has been your mantra for ages .
    Open your eyes are you willing to destroy Malaysia for the sake of one corrupt man?? 30 million Malaysians must suffer so that one MAN, his wife and their cronies can plunder the wealth of the nation. When the shit hits the fan we all including you guys will be left to BERSIH the shit left behind by UMNO. Not convinced yet, look at the state of our country. Take a good look.

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    • 34. Helen Ang  |  August 31, 2015 at 9:41 pm

      re: “Wow so many supporters of UMNO here despite knowing that their leader is a corrupt man and a criminal.’

      What crime and which judgment by what court?

      re: “if you guys want to support such a corrupt institution go right ahead and stand on the sidelines cheering while Malaysia slowly descends into a failed state.”

      “A failed state”? You’re echoing LKS and LGE. Do you have an original opinion of your own, Mr Soya Bean Army?

      re: “When that happens it will be you guys who will blame the china-man , jews, orang putih , orang india , superman, robotman ant man and every other man but yourselves.”

      You forgot to include the evangelistas!

      re: “Yes it’s everyone else fault. That has been your mantra for ages.”

      And is it ever the DAP’s fault for anything? After the last Bersih 4.0 weekend, there’s no denying that Malays are even more suspicious of the Chinese. And it’s undeniable also that the rally was DAP-driven.

      Tell me. Gimme a single instance where the DAP has ever admitted, “Yes, it’s our fault.” Or even a half measure will do – “We share half the balme”. Ada?

      re: “Open your eyes are you willing to destroy Malaysia for the sake of one corrupt man??”

      Open your eyes and see what the greed of the DAP evangelistas for power and Putrajaya is doing to the Chinese community. Has anti-Chinese sentiments ever been so rife before? Has racial tensions ever been this bad?

      re: “30 million Malaysians must suffer so that one MAN, his wife and their cronies can plunder the wealth of the nation.”

      Seven million Chinese in Malaysia must suffer so that one self-glorifying Dapster family, their sycophants and their carpetbagger hangers-on can achieve their ambitions and reap profits never before within their grasp.

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      • 35. seribulan  |  September 1, 2015 at 1:19 am

        re: “What crime and which judgment by what court?”

        He crippled all the investigation against him… transferred or sacked all the investigating officials… turned the law upside down… abused all the powers he has just to save himself from being hauled up to court for judgment…

        And now you asked that bangang question!

        (I borrow the word ‘bangang’ from him, your paymaster.)

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        • 36. Helen Ang  |  September 1, 2015 at 1:49 am

          re: “(I borrow the word ‘bangang’ from him, your paymaster.)”

          I’ve already said that mine is not a Najib blog.

          I’m not on the PM’s payroll.

          Neither is my blog on the PMO roster.

          If you’re a Melayu (a hence a Muslim), I feel sorry for you and also pity your tanahair.

          Firstly, you’re guilty of fitnah – simply throwing accusation at me when you’re unable to argue with facts.

          Secondly, I had rightly asked the ‘Soya Bean Army’ commenter to be specific since he had alleged, “Wow so many supporters of UMNO here despite knowing that their leader is a corrupt man and a criminal.”

          I’m correct to ask him to prove his assertion. The opposition have been on a fitnah spree, including Rafizi and his story about Rosmah’s purported RM24 million ring.

          You’re pathetic to allow the RBA to get away with hurling all kinds of accusations – including this one calling the PM “a criminal”.

          Thirdly, you’re even more pathetic that on top of giving the accuser a free pass, you’re turning your totally baseless accusation on me pula when I challenged the ‘SBA’ agent to furnish proof that Najib is a criminal (sic).

          Allow me to remind you – and I say this confidently and with a perfectly clear conscience – Fitnah itu dosa yang lagi besar daripada membunuh. And I’m unequivocally calling you a pemfitnah.

          Fourthly, I pity all the pencinta Tanah Melayu when they have Si Kitol’s and Raja Mendeliar’s in their midst aiding and abetting the Dapster-evangelistas to take over the country.

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          • 37. jawab  |  September 1, 2015 at 4:31 pm

            Helen
            Please stop using “fitnah dosanya lebih besar daripada membunuh” if you mean fitnah as in slander etc. There are many misunderstandings of islamic texts and this being one of them. The related verse in chapter al baqarah in arabic used “fitnah” so its translation in malay and its context is not the same as the malay fitnah ie slander as discussed in the relevant books of tafsir. I pointed this out in the comment section of a popular(?) pro gov and pro najib malay blog but someone rudely told me off and go take my arabic elsewhere. Hope youll be more receptive to my nasihat.

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            • 38. Helen Ang  |  September 1, 2015 at 4:54 pm

              Please give me the relevant verse from the Quran, its annotation and url to the related scholarly opinion(s), thanks.

              I confess that I was merely repeating popular literature. So you’re right, I should study more.

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              • 39. jawab  |  September 1, 2015 at 6:17 pm

                Im also learning and therefore ill equipped for a lengthy discussion on the matter (therefore i’ll end this here). But true that popular does not necessarily means right. Anyway my references are mengaji sessions and printed materials. But for convenience the verses are from al quran 2:191 and 2:217. Im not familiar with online ref but qtafsir.com gave these (partly copied here for 2:191, almost similar for 2:217) which is from ibn kathir, one the famous tafsir scholar:

                Since Jihad involves killing and shedding the blood of men, Allah indicated that these men are committing disbelief in Allah, associating with Him (in the worship) and hindering from His path, and this is a much greater evil and more disastrous than killing. Abu Malik commented about what Allah said:

                ﴿وَالْفِتْنَةُ أَشَدُّ مِنَ الْقَتْلِ﴾

                (And Al-Fitnah is worse than killing.) Meaning what you (disbelievers) are committing is much worse than killing.” Abu Al-`Aliyah, Mujahid, Sa`id bin Jubayr, `Ikrimah, Al-Hasan, Qatadah, Ad-Dahhak and Ar-Rabi` bin Anas said that what Allah said:

                ﴿وَالْفِتْنَةُ أَشَدُّ مِنَ الْقَتْلِ﴾

                (And Al-Fitnah is worse than killing.) “Shirk (polytheism) is worse than killing.”

                This does not mean slander is good in islam, just the incorrect use of islamic texts. There are texts against slander too but these 2 verses are not them.

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              • 40. LY  |  September 1, 2015 at 7:00 pm

                Ustaz Idris Sulaiman – Salah Faham Ayat : “Fitnah Lebih Berat daripada Membunuh” :-

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            • 41. AE  |  September 1, 2015 at 6:01 pm

              Mintak terangkan beza fitnah arab, fitnah melayu dan slander orang putih ni. Harap keluarkan sekali nas dan dalil berkenaan. Tafsir mana satu awak pakai? And which blog was it and the date and time of your comment. Please.

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              • 42. jawab  |  September 1, 2015 at 6:24 pm

                Setengah tu dah reply pd helen. Yg lain2 awak tanya tu sy tak rasa penting utk kongsi. Tq

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    • 43. Setem  |  August 31, 2015 at 11:24 pm

      quote,”Wow so many supporters of UMNO here despite knowing that their leader is a corrupt man and a criminal. “unquote.

      I was wondering the same about 90% Cina Malaysia supporting DAP knowing DAP is ruled by a self-glorifying family dynasty with an iron fist modelled after the North Korean oppressive government.

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      • 44. AE  |  September 1, 2015 at 6:04 pm

        Bull’s eye!!!

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    • 45. wawe  |  September 1, 2015 at 1:26 am

      Hahaha, trying to manipulate the facts, alas unsuccessfully.
      You yourself contradict what you write. In certain cases, you are putting two contradicting things together hoping that they will be inter-connected.

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    • 46. wawe  |  September 1, 2015 at 1:32 am

      Soya,
      Huarghhh! Look who is talking. To us, the dapsters are the most corrupt, manipulative.,,, uncontested, unchallenged in the whole wide wor

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    • 47. RINA  |  September 1, 2015 at 3:29 am

      Soya bean army

      …..while Malaysia slowly descends into a failed state…

      Let us borrow here an article from Calvin Sankaran;

      http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2014/04/22/losing-its-mojo-penangs-fading-fortunes/

      Nampak gaya DAP is not doing enough for Penang and Selangor..is that why you are suffering so hard? If DAP is struggling to serve you people in Selangor and Penang, tak lama lagi kamu pun ikut jadi macam foreign immigrants? Terpaksa keluaq dari Selangor and Penang mencari rezeki di Negeri2 lain?

      Haiyaaa.

      Ask DAP to work harder la. Spend so much time BERSIH this and that, asyik jaga tepi kain olang tapi own backyard all sloppy and rotting what for like that? DAP cannot provide enough for you people, why blame Najib and BN?

      Waaa Itu Menteli Besaq seharusnya kerja keras bukan kerja kasi lia punya kepala keras tau tak?

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  • 48. Zack  |  August 31, 2015 at 10:44 pm

    Ms Helen,

    Adakah ajaran Buddha untuk pijak muka orang yang kita tidak suka?

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    • 49. Helen Ang  |  August 31, 2015 at 11:13 pm

      I’m not aware of any teaching/prohibition specific to what you ask. (I’m not learned enough.)

      The closest that comes to my mind is ‘Right Conduct or Action’, one of the Noble Eight-fold Paths on doing the right things.

      The stepping on his face is done in anger, which is not a virtue. And the action reflects nothing of compassion.

      Biar saya ambil kesempatan juga di sini untuk selitkan sekerat ajaran Buddha yang ada kait-mengait dengan suasana politik semasa.

      Perbuatan membohong adalah sama sekali ditegah.

      Fourth Precept of Buddhism – Do not lie.

      null

      The Sneaky Bastards do this all the time. Lie, lie, lie about everything. Here, there and everywhere they spread their lies.

      Kalau tak bohong, seolah-olah tak cukup syarat.

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      • 50. C72  |  September 1, 2015 at 9:08 am

        On being offered insult: the Buddha when being scolded by a young man, asked this question – when you buy a gift for someone and they refuse to take it, who does the gift belong to? The young man replied , it belongs to me since I bought it. The Buddha thus said,thus the insult and anger you offer to me, I do not accept nor am I angered; then to whom does the anger belong?

        In this context, we then examine the action of stepping on the photo which is a symbolic action of insult born out of anger. How does anger arise? It is a product of 2 of the 3 mental defilements : aversion and ignorance – combined they become hatred.

        Thus, the action of doing so from a Buddhist perspective is clearly an unskilled action; borne of a wrong thought that is based on wrong conception (based on defilement) creating a wrong action. All is wrong and will create a negative karmic reaction on the doers and those associated with them.

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        • 51. islam1st  |  September 1, 2015 at 9:27 am

          ‘All is wrong and will create a negative karmic reaction on the doers’

          dosa?

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          • 52. C72  |  September 1, 2015 at 10:22 am

            Such wrong actions (having ill will towards others and harsh speech) is part of the immoral actions described as Dasa Akusala ; that will result in unwholesome karma. Unwholesome karma results in an unhappy life and an agitated mind.

            You may see it as dosa if you wish but the dosa concept doesn’t exist in an exact equivalent within Buddhism. Similar yes, exact no. :)

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        • 53. Survivor  |  September 1, 2015 at 10:23 am

          I doubt those who took part in that rally know or believe in what you have just said. To them it is either their way or the highway. The belligerence, the uncouthness, all very evidently on display.

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          • 54. C72  |  September 1, 2015 at 10:37 am

            Of course, they are riding a wave of emotion but deluded themselves that they are doing the right and logical thing. Beyond chronic already.

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  • 55. islam1st  |  August 31, 2015 at 11:27 pm

    ‘Oleh itu, tidak perlulah bersusah payah untuk berusaha bermati-matian meraih sokongan kelompok tersebut.”

    Yet, apasal pula si Zahid buat Ahjigor folly dengan minta ini?

    ‘Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today urged journalists from non-mainstream media to help paint Barisan Nasional (BN) in a good light, in the ruling coalition’s bid to reclaim the support of Chinese – See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/help-bn-win-back-non-malay-votes-dpm-tells-journalists#sthash.PxuAVvwF.dpuf

    Haiya Zahid orang sudah benci maa. Sikit lama lagi silap haribulan Melayu atas pagar dengan Melayu dalam UMNO pun mungkin benci sama UMNO jugak!

    “It’s not as if they hate us. Try asking the reporters. If they hate us, they wouldn’t come here, right?” – See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/help-bn-win-back-non-malay-votes-dpm-tells-journalists#sthash.PxuAVvwF.dpuf

    Really. Naif sangat ke si Zahid ni? Ke sejak jadi TPM sudah terkena Ahjibgor punya b-a-n-g-a-n-g?

    Nampaknya makan besar lagi la lepas ni. Jemput sapa pulak lepas ni? Takkan PSY lagi kut????

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    • 56. zack  |  September 1, 2015 at 12:08 am

      It is damned if you do, damned if you dont for Umno. After all there are still 10% left:)
      And you have to be mindful of International community and msia’s good relationship with China, HK, Taiwan and Singapore.

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  • 57. Helen's fan  |  September 1, 2015 at 12:02 am

    Indeed, a very good reply to the RBA, Helen.

    Well, I have received a lot of whatsapp messages whacking the chinese this weekend. One of which I would like to share:

    UNTUK KITA KENANG-

    Zaman Portugis – 1511-1641 (130 tahun)
    Zaman Belanda – 1641-1824 (183 tahun)
    Zaman British 1 – 1824-1942 (118 tahun)
    Zaman Jepun – 1942-1945 (3 tahun)
    Zaman British 2 – 1945 -1957 (12 tahun)

    Selama 446 tahun Tanah Melayu dijajah. Dan kita perjuangkan sendiri tanpa simpati dari bangsa yang datang terkemudian. Kini mereka yang datang kemudian itu berani menuntut hak dan mahu dilayan sama-rata seolah merekalah yang telah bersusah payah selama ini.

    Comment 1: Hidup Islam dan Melayu

    Comment 2: Pendatang yg x sedar diri ….

    In short, what Bersih 4.0 manage to do is …. membangkitkan semula semangat nasionalima Melayu. Semangat in akan diterjemahkan kepada Buy Malay First, Buy Chinese Last.

    Benar seperti kata Helen ” Seven million chinese in Malaysia must suffer so that one self-glorifying Dapster family can reap profits never before within their grasp”.

    All chinese in Penang know that Lim Guan Eng has […] after 7 years in power. [deleted]

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    • 58. RINA  |  September 1, 2015 at 2:41 am

      Same here. My group sending so many interesting articles and sharing here one very interesting 1950’s very old song;

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  • 59. islam1st  |  September 1, 2015 at 12:44 am

    Apa the malas Melayu dah ada kapal dengan pelabuhan di situs tertua di SEA??

    “The archaeologists stumbled on between five and seven ancient ships or barges. The masts (of the ships) were still visible. The ancient ships or barges measure 40 to 50 feet in length. – See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/ancient-ships-discovered-at-sungai-batu-archaeological-site#sthash.uQsC1FtU.dpuf

    Sedang tunggu puak-puak yang anti-Melayu nanti kata Kedah Tua runs by bukan Melayu…

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  • 60. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  September 1, 2015 at 5:08 am

    Kalau pergi Jabatan Immigresen, yang ramai beratur buat paspot dan perbaharui permit orang gaji, orang keturunan Cina. Berpakaian dan beratur dengan sopan. Sempat pula bertanya dengan adik Melayu tentang prosedurnya. Senyum bila diberi layanan mesra.(Anaknya letak atas kaunter, pegawai pun tak tegur tapi main mata lagi dengan budak itu). Imbas pula, ke balai pelepasan antarabangsa di KLIA. Yang beratur majoriti keturunan Cina. Jelas menikmati kesenangan saringan paspot automatik (yang tiada pun di Jepun).Bebas dan mampu keserata dunia dengan seluar pendek nampak punggung mereka.
    Imbas pula ke Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan. Yang beratur mengambil lesen dan nombor spesial pun ramai betul dari keteurunan Cina. Nampak selesa kerana senang berurusan, tak perlu beratur lama. Mengikut sistem dengan sopan. Balik dengan kereta Merz dan BMW dan kalau tidak pun Honda.
    Kalau singgah di hospital pula (Selayang ke Serdang ke), ramai pula pesakit Cina. Dilayan baik oleh jururawat, rata rata anak Melayu. Tutur bahasa pun sopan (tak ada pun ciri ciri Cina bukit). Apek dan nyonya lega mendapat ubat secekak tanpa caj. Bulan depan datang lagi.
    Pergi temuduga biasiswa, ramai pula anak kaum Cina. Siap pakai kebaya dan baju kurung lagi. Dapat biasiswa pergi Canada lah, Australia lah.
    Pergi pula ke hari pembukaan jualan rumah. Tengok tengok tiga suku rumah dah dibeli orang Cina. Belum buka sudah beli, harga bukan halangan?
    Namun bila diluar negara kata malu nak sebut dia rakyat Malaysia. Entah mengapa bila berjumpa bersama mereka sambil menikmati makan malam 12 hidangan, orang Cina merungut betapa teruknya kehidupan harian. Sistem tidak bagus sebab dikelolakan oleh orang Melayu. Banyak polisi tidak adil. Nak meniaga pun susah. Malah Malaysia ini negara yang gagal (failed state), kerana ditadbir rata rata oleh orang Melayu. Mengapa tidak serupa Hong Kong, Taiwan dan Singapore? Alangkah baiknya kalau tak ada orang Melayu.

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    • 61. Orangkampung  |  September 1, 2015 at 7:30 am

      Pembetulan ayat terakhir: Alangkah baiknya kalau tak ada orang Melayu memerintah negara, cuma menjaga kaunter.

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      • 62. islam1st  |  September 1, 2015 at 9:06 am

        ‘tak ada orang Melayu memerintah negara, cuma menjaga kaunter.’

        Atau tolong jawab telefon-macam kat Cinapura!

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    • 63. islam1st  |  September 1, 2015 at 9:04 am

      Negara ini akan jadi elok bila Malaysia jadi macam Penang. Bertuankan DAP.

      Selagi Ketuanan Cina tak in place macam di Taiwan dan Singapura, selagi itulah warga ‘kelas kedua, ketiga dan keempat’ Malaysia, akan komplen tak bertempat.

      Ultra Kiasu-ness alive and kicking!

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  • 64. Marina  |  September 1, 2015 at 3:18 pm

    Bersih 4.0 = cina tak hormat pejuang kemerdekaan.
    I am against najib too.
    But you know what. Next pru *and i have never voted* i am going to vote for BN.
    Just as a smack in the face for desecrating merdeka. If dap cannot respect merdeka and its mouthpiece writes about lack of malay participation being due to 1. “miskin sebab gst” hence busy making ends meet. 2. Takut polis 3. Sebok holiday 4. Macai bn
    You have a surprise coming up next pru.
    Heck najib doesnt even have to do the work. A group of yellow belied dishonorable ppl just made sure of bn’s survival by bersih 4.0.
    Well done! No wonder najib rileks saja. Dia tahu rakyat oppo bodoh. Who’s your daddy now?

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  • 65. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 1, 2015 at 4:00 pm

    So Bersih is attended by 200,000 partcipants.

    My question. This means it is not 90% of Chinese that do not support BN… more like 99% not supporting is it? The higher DAP places the number of participants shows that the number of anti BN Chinese supporters are higher than ever.

    Moral of the story:
    DAP thinks they can brag about how many people dislike BN. Well it has been reported that BERSIH is Chinese affrair. The more DAP reports shows the number of Chinese now supporting BN is way above 90%.

    This kind of bragging hits the opposite way.

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    • 66. Helen Ang  |  September 1, 2015 at 4:48 pm

      I believe the 10 percent anti-DAP Chinese is stable. That’s the figure the Merdeka Center got when they ran their recent survey on public opinion over Bersih 4.0.

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      • 67. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 2, 2015 at 10:28 am

        But this kind of bragging by DAP telling that the government is deliberately understating the number of participants is just stressing the point that actually a very very large proportion of Chinese do not support the Government and the Government is hiding that fact.

        I am questioning whether this bragging is wise or not. (I don’t think so).

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        • 68. Shamshul anuar  |  September 3, 2015 at 12:34 am

          Mulan,

          Short of saying it the mood of UMNO is that they could not be bothered anymore with Chinese vote.

          And BERSIH just confirm one thing. That should DAP take over, it will be almost entirely Chinese affair. Chinese will decide everything. And if any malay (minus Mohd Sabu or Rafizi) still cant see it, then he must be a moron.

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  • 69. Muhammad Muhammad  |  September 3, 2015 at 1:02 am

    Harap Malaya tak dijadikan seperti Taiwan.

    Dulu, Taiwan didiami oleh Orang Alam Aborigines yang serumpun dengan keturunan orang Asia Tenggara dan Melayu.

    Setelah Cina KMT dikalahkan oleh Komunis, maka Cina membanjiri pulau itu tak henti-henti lalu menjadikan penduduk asal bagaikan minoriti di tanah sendiri.

    Kemudian, mereka diharamkan belajar Bahasa mereka sendiri. Mereka terpaksa belajar Bahasa Cina. Budaya mereka disekat dan budaya Cina didakyahkan.

    Orang Cina mengahwini Orang Alam penduduk asal. Dan tamadun dan bangsa mereka ditelan oleh pendatang.

    Tambahan pula, di Taiwan, jarang terdengar orang fasih berbual dalam Bahasa Inggris. Yang tahu pun hanya segelintir dan itu pun sering anak-anak sekolah antarabangsa.

    Saya cuba berbual dalam Bahasa Inggris di kawasan perniagaan penting di Taipei dan tiada siapa yang mampu memahami atau menjawab saya.

    Malah, terpaksalah saya bertutur dalam Bahasa Mandarin.

    Pelik betul. Apasal Cina mengeluh bila Melayu dijadikan Bahasa Negara dan saran agar Inggris menggantikannya padahal Bahasa Cina hanya diajar dan digunakan secara menyeluruh di Negara-Negara bermajoriti Cina (kecuali Singapura) dan mereka masih berdaya saing dalam iktisad dunia.

    Maksudnya, Inggris bukan jaminan kemajuan negara. Banyak negera yang mampu berdaya saing tanpa berbahasa Inggris. Jepun contohnya, Perancis, Thailand, Vietnam, Negara-negara Timur Tengah, Negara-negara Latin Amerika dan Amerika Selatan dan sebagainya.

    Malah, kebanyakkan di negara bermajoriti Cina, bangsa asal yang dijadikan minoriti harus tunduk dan belajar Bahasa Cina dan Bahasa mereka dilarang pembelajarannya.

    Taiwan, tanahair Tibet dan Orang Islam Uyghur.

    Jadi mengapa harus Malaysia tunduk dan berbahasa Inggris?
    Bahasa Melayu tak elok sangatkah? Adakah ia bahasa orang hina?

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    • 70. Muhammad Muhammad  |  September 3, 2015 at 1:17 am

      Dan juga, negara bahawa penduduk asal dihina dengan Bangsa Cina, kuasa politik mereka jauh rendah dan kuat disekat oleh pemerintah.

      Apa yang Cina DAP Malaysia mengeluh sangat. Ketakselesaan mereka hanya setitik jika dibandingkan dengan Bangsa lain yang ditindas di negara bahawa merekalah majoriti.

      Tapi mengapa mereka enggan mengaku bahawa perkara ini sebenarnya hakikatnya?

      In fact, I seldom come across any Chinese Malaysian or Singaporean who spout anti-Malay sentiments who would admit that Taiwan, China etc use Mandarin exclusively and deny the native minorities political rights and cultural and language rights.

      Nada.
      Munafikata betoi

      To be honest, I have always been doubtful of the Chinese. Do they want a multiracial society and an end to racism or do they actually want to maximise the advantages enjoyed by and minimise the disadvantages suffered by their race?

      I often hear them yelling racism but I could almost hear crickets chirping when their people speak badly of other dark skinned races. Do they really oppose racism or oppose people who are against their race?

      Both are different but may overlap. But one is far more inclusive. Apparently to some of them, they think each race must fight for the rights of their own race and if other dark skinned races cannot fight for it, then they deserve to suffer racism from others, even from the same Chinese people who vehemently oppose racism. Ironic. That’s the screwed up logic I keep hearing.

      I am against racism but I am hesitant to lend my support to them because I know history, current affairs and the things and people that they often glaringly fall silent about … and I wonder, is the act of helping them a one way street?

      If I help them, would it just stop at them and they wouldn’t bother to help other races?

      I don’t mind helping Africans for instance because I know the sort of people they are. They would less likely be ungrateful at repaying your kindness and wouldn’t just keep the advantages they have earned from the assistance of others for themselves and would use it to help others with no strings attached.

      Reply
  • 71. wawe  |  September 4, 2015 at 7:31 am

    Sad to read the revelation by Mr. Muhammad. We need more of this
    information.

    Reply

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