We’ve had enough of you people
“Don’t ask what the Red Rally achieved. It’s more about what the Red Rakyat won’t let Yellowbangs achieve.” – Azmi Arshad on Facebook (see below)
I’m not a mind reader but I reckon Azmi is saying that the Reds won’t allow the Yellows take over the country.
Azmi was one of the Malays who took part in the Himpunan Kebangkitan Maruah Melayu on Wednesday, Malaysia Day.
Among the messages delivered by the rally is “DAP jangan jolok sarang tebuan”. I fear the warning will only fall on deaf ears. The Dapster motto is “Di mana ada sarang tebuan, di situ pasti kami jolok”.
Azmi also cautioned the Yellow Shirts to “stop provoking”. I’m afraid that that’s not going to happen either. It is as clear as day they won’t stop.
The Centre for a Better Tomorrow, or Cenbet, is an organization presided over by former MCA vice-president Gan Ping Sieu and Lim Chee Wee, a past president of the Bar Council (in photo below).
Cenbet chairman is Clement Hii Chii Kok (HCK), the former executive deputy chairman of Star Publications.
Sitting on the Cenbet board of governors are everybody’s favourite Umno icon Saifuddin Abdullah and Chong Cheng Hai.
Chong is senior editor-in-chief of HCK Media which operates news portal The Heat Online.
Cenbet recently hosted a public forum titled ‘Malaysia – 52 years on : Sehati Sejiwa?’ and inviting the Malaysiakini and TMI bosses as speakers.
Jahabar Sadiq – The Malaysian Inciter‘s chief dajjal – wore a T-shirt (below) with the slogan “Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups”.
ABOVE: The Cenbet forum, click to enlarge
I believe it is the condescending attitude of patronizing people like Jahabar (and Eric Paulsen, Ambiga as well as Hannah Yeoh) that provokes “red rakyat” like Azmi.
In his TMI editorial, Jahabar wrote, “Let’s not make Malaysia Day one that is filled with fear and dread”. In relation to this, I’m of the view that the Red Shirts rally on Sept 16 was a reaction to all the aggravation to which Jahabar’s Inciter contributed. A lot.
Jababar featured as the media “expert”, alongside Malaysiakini co-founder Premesh Chandran, who said it was time for Malaysians to dump our race obsession.
We are advised by the Cenbet panellists to stop being racially obsessed and to identify more as part of the nation.
I do not think it is a good idea for the Firsters to persist in their ‘ethnic cleansing’ attempts, whether it is to indirectly nullify Article 153 through the “no Malays” browbeating or “zero Chinese” bullying.
The message on the placard below is appropriate to direct to the DAP evangelistas.
One of the banners seen at the Red Shirts rally said “Pantang Melayu Berundur”.
Similarly the 10 percent Chinese voters who support BN have been pushed into a corner by the 90 percent demented Dapsters. With our back against the wall, we cannot berundur either.
Prod us some more and trust me, we too will BITE the sneaky bastards.