Malays feel they have been ‘pushed against the wall’ – Mahdzir Khalid

September 20, 2015 at 11:10 pm 120 comments

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“Orang Melayu kini telah ‘ditolak ke dinding’.”

Inilah kegusaran yang dirasai kaum majoriti dan ia juga alasan kenapa ramai di kalangan mereka memutus untuk menyertai Himpunan Merah pada 16 Sept lalu.

MAHDZIR KHALID / MESYUARAT WANITA UMNO PADANG TERAPDemikian penjelasan yang diberikan oleh Menteri Pendidikan Mahdzir Khalid (gambar) apabila ditanya wartawan hari ini.

“Apabila Melayu yang berhimpun dan berarak, mereka akan dituduh perkauman – ‘tak boleh’,” kata beliau kepada pemberita selepas merasmikan mesyuarat veteran Umno bahagian Padang Terap di Kuala Nerang.

Sila baca laporan selanjutnya di The Rakyat Post.

Dah lah tindakan orang Melayu sudah sering disalahtafsir dan dicop sebagai rasis, malah asakan terhadap kaum ini lagi datang bertubi-tubi.

Pukulan bertalu-talu ini ke atas Melayu pasti mengundang Himpunan Merah 2.0.

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The mother of all questions: Do the Chinese want to grab political power? Umno unleashing “red terror”, claims evangelista (a former ambassador)

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  • 1. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 20, 2015 at 11:46 pm

    Thank you for posting. This is a photo of the subsequent killing of a puppy in Penang by MBPP. This is in Mount Erskine


    This is our frustration dealing with the CM.

    Kak Helen and kana-kawan, I am very very sad. I don’t know what to say.

    • 2. wawe  |  September 21, 2015 at 3:57 am

      This is karma for kencing merata, such as during unbersih4 and bringing the dogs to restricted places using common trolleys that do not belong to the dog owners. Those people do not understand the use of trolleys are to carry goods bought from the supermarkets. Like dogs like owners.
      There are too many dogs in Malaysia, Penang especially, for the convenience of the Muslims. Even in UK and overseas, there are signs for the dog owners to cleanse the dog’s poo. What if the dogs are unattended? Who clean up for them? The rakyat has to be careful as not to overstep on it.
      And where do the stray dogs come from? Their previous owners who abandoned them. They should be held responsible. If the ngos want to sympathise with them, make sure they put all these dogs in properly confined places, and not scare others especially Muslims, who have to avoid them. It may also scare away the tourists from the used to be the pearl of the orient. It is also unhygienic for the dogs to stay like that. May be c

      • 3. wawe  |  September 21, 2015 at 4:05 am

        May be culling them is a better option rather than victimising them living in pain. If the sympathisers are sincere, they should provide proper places for these strays and not cause further hardship to these animals and some human alike..

        • 4. wawe  |  September 21, 2015 at 4:10 am

          #Dogs’ Island.

          • 5. Helen Ang  |  September 21, 2015 at 7:45 am

            You mean #KillDogIsland ?

            • 6. tebing tinggi  |  September 21, 2015 at 10:04 am

              Bresih has move to Penang ,after leaving KL and they found a lot’s of stray dogs in Penang .

              • 7. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 21, 2015 at 11:30 am

                Rabies affected Kedah, Perlis and Penang. Penang has the least cases but the most dogs killed. In fact did Pak Mukriz or the MB of Perlis issue any mass killing order in Kedah and Perlis? NO.

                Who has more perikemanuasian? A DAP leader or a Muslim Malay leader. My answer is a Muslim Malay leader is more sensible and values life. A dog is God’s creation. A good Muslim would not simply order a kill.

                • 8. Helen Ang  |  September 21, 2015 at 11:46 am

                  The streets of Penang have tasted blood through Guan Eng’s fiat.

                  • 9. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 2:17 pm

                    Mulan, Penang langs memang teruk. Odikal. Ada ka bawa masuk anjing ke dalam KFC pi order kaunter?!

                    Dulu lah. Kat Island Plaza. Serani manager tu jenuh nak kena tegur perempuan tu. Ish2.

        • 10. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 21, 2015 at 4:10 pm

          “May be culling them is a better option rather than victimising them living in pain”

          Culling? Is bashing and poked to death very humane?

  • 11. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 20, 2015 at 11:51 pm

    And please share this. This is how many that will be killed.

    • 12. tebing tinggi  |  September 21, 2015 at 10:11 am

      Notably, if you traveled to foreign land , you hardly see any strays dogs around ,only in Malaysia .

      In Bolihland anything possible .

    • 13. RINA  |  September 21, 2015 at 1:59 pm

      I am an animal lover. Cats and dogs are very intelligent, they feel hunger, pain, fear and stress as any other human.

      Penang kan claim to be a rich state. Apa salahnya build proper facilities/ sanctuary for lost/stray dogs? Be creative la sikit..

      People like Hannah, infact many Aduns and MPs nampak montel2 bulat2 belaka, can skip their breakfast and donate that bit to these shelters. Berapa sangat la, sharing is caring.

      • 14. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 21, 2015 at 3:54 pm

        What I am really angry is the killing of innocents – dogs with no diseases and their only crime is that there have no owners. I am angry of the way they kill – i.e. bashing and stabbing. RINA, As a Muslim I am sure you are angry when you see the torture of animals because Islam and all religions look at the dignity of animals even in death. The picture below of the killing of mother and puppies by bashing is very shocking. My friends and I cried when we saw such cruelty. It reminds us of the same style of cruelty by the Nazis or in Palestine but of the animal level.

        Is this love, love, love? This kind of government in only in Penang, what happens if this kind of government goes nationwide.

        Let me share on from the Chinese papers. Even shelter dogs are now not protected. Kak Helen, do you see the evil that is in Penang. It is no longer about childish quarelling over race but now it is killing.

        Do you know how fearful it is to live in Penang?

        “Google Translate”
        Penang on the 20th Bernama) – Penang Animal Protection Association (4PAWS) Barbara Jensen, head of complaint, government officials in the absence of any notification case, trying to capture its association midnight raid shelter dogs, made her great sense of dissatisfaction!

        She strongly dissatisfied with such behavior blamed her deep feelings of threat. Since last Wednesday, the head of Penang Lim Guan Eng enacted dogs kill order, they began to kill the whole Penang nearly 25,000 stray dogs, where there is no injection after proof of dogs are being captured Road will be destroyed. This caused many animal protection relevant units to rebound, the state government approach means just the sake of convenience, but can not solve problems more effectively, killing is also done just to create panic.

        Barbara Jensen said in an interview on Sunday, 12:00 am three days ago, a number of government officials quietly to their Telok Bahang shelters outside, trying to capture the entrance to sleep in shelters dogs stroll, but because of engine noise and dogs barking awakened her sleeping in shelters. When officers rushed to the entrance to see her, she immediately drove away, so she was deeply dissatisfied.

        “This is a private area, and even shelter in front of the road is a private road, I do not understand why officials can trespassing, and before midnight to catch the dog, it makes me feel threatened.”

        • 15. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 21, 2015 at 4:00 pm

          Is this civil society? It is no longer about taking dogs to KFC but cruelty, 1st. Ulang tayang. The bashing and killing of mother and pups.
          Is this Bersih 4.0? Yes. Cleansing with blood and death.

  • 16. shamshul anuar  |  September 20, 2015 at 11:58 pm


    Precisely. The Education Minister said the truth. This is exactly how we the Malays feel.

    We know we cant expect Khairi, Rafidah, Saifudin to understand. But that is the feeling. DAP has gone too far.

    DAP created a wedge between Muslims and Christians just to win Sarawak state Government by insisting Christians to be allowed to use “Allah”, a term that has not been used by Christians in Malaysia.

    DAP did not accept the reality that last election was won by BN( or UMNO) .So DAP lied about phantom Bangla voters. the fact is that UMNO prevails in last election as it manages to garner more than 63% of malay votes.

    DAP thrives on slandering. They defend Alvin who insulted muslims.

    I have had enough of these “haram jadah”.

    • 17. Where's The Justice  |  September 21, 2015 at 2:34 am

      “DAP created a wedge between Muslims and Christians just to win Sarawak state Government by insisting Christians to be allowed to use “Allah”, a term that has not been used by Christians in Malaysia.”

      Perhaps if you were not so precious about your religion, what the Christians decide to call God might not have bothered you. After all, I doubt it has any real impact on your own personal salvation, which is what you should be worrying about…

      • 18. Shamshul anuar  |  September 21, 2015 at 8:00 am

        Where’s the Justice,

        Many Muslims had given reasons why they object Christians using the name “Allah”. So I would not want to waste time to explain to you again.

        • 19. drinho  |  September 21, 2015 at 9:09 am

          Why only Muslims in Msia insist the absolute right to use the word Allah? Muslims in Indonesia and Middle East don’t. As a matter of fact, the word Allah existed before Islam came into existence. The word predates Islam. Christians are not using the term to refer to Islam God i.e. Allah or abusing the term to proselytize Muslims.

          • 20. Helen Ang  |  September 21, 2015 at 9:19 am

            re: “Why only Muslims in Msia insist the absolute right to use the word Allah?”

            B’cos only in M’sia do have have sneaky bastard evangelistas wearing tudung to Occupy Masjid, and manipulating both the Abrahamic faiths as their vehicle to the ultimate seat of power.

            Only in M’sia do have have bloody hypocrite Dapsters terrorizing our public space to assert all their claims, incl. their spurious claim on kalimah Allah.

            Only in M’sia has the silent majority been pushed with their back against the wall by a very aggressive “only nine percent” minority.

            • 21. drinho  |  September 21, 2015 at 10:54 am

              Then the right thing to do is ban non Muslims from entering Masjid. Or ban politicians from doing so. Not a blanket ban on the word Allah to the entire non-Muslims population.

              Terrorising public space? You mean street demo? It has to be fair. If Bersih 4 is illegal, the same must be applied to Himpunan Melayu.

              Pushed against the wall? How is this possible? All top post in the country are occupied by Malays. From royalty to PM/cabinet to civil service to GLC. Malay, Bumiputera, Islam, royalty and Bahasa all have special protection under the Perlembagaan.

              Is there any solid and real proof to show that Malays are being pushed? The phrase “malays-feel-they-have-been-pushed-against-the-wall” is an allegation without any basis or evidence. It is more on sentiment rather than real events.

              • 22. Helen Ang  |  September 21, 2015 at 11:31 am

                re: “Then the right thing to do is ban non Muslims from entering Masjid.”

                (1) Umno is too tidak apa.

                (2) Umno believes in its own Ali-Ah Chong-Muthu unity propaganda aired unremittingly over RTM.

                (3) A ban victimizes innocent non Muslims unrelated to DAP politics. Among recent non-Muslims visitors to Malaysian mosques were Michelle Obama and the Duchess of Cambridge.

                (4) Umno doesn’t realise the severity of the sesumpah threat because it has not been Big Brother’s decades-long experience with MCA and Gerakan whose Chinese do not do this kind of thing.

                re: “Or ban politicians from doing so.”

                Politicians have already been censured.

                MAIS pernah edarkan surat pekeliling menegah kegiatan politik dijalankan dalam masjid manakala baginda Sultan Selangor sudah pun bertitah bahawa masjid adalah tempat ibadah untuk orang Islam khususnya.

                Unfortunately circulars as well as the ruler’s murka do not have the force of law.

                re: “Not a blanket ban on the word Allah to the entire non-Muslims population.”

                The Sabah and Sarawak natives have become inadvertent victims of the DAP’s triumphal political Christianity. Too bad.

                re: “Terrorising public space? You mean street demo?”

                Actually I meant the DAP’s Red Beanies terrorizing the cyber countryside like how Chairman Mao’s communist cadres terrorized his detractors. But never mind.

                re: “It has to be fair. If Bersih 4 is illegal, the same must be applied to Himpunan Melayu.”

                Himpunan agreed to hold their gathering within the perimeters of a field – Padang Merbok. Bersih rejected the offer of a fixed place and preferred to march through the streets.

                re: “Pushed against the wall?”

                Yes. See demonstration by Little Kitten in the photo above.

                re: “How is this possible?”

                Through ultra sneakiness.

                re: “All top post in the country are occupied by Malays. From royalty to PM/cabinet to civil service to GLC.”

                The Gospel of Prosperity works in mysterious ways. The Born Again Christians are less than nine percent of the population of China but Beijing is freaked out too.

                re: “Malay, Bumiputera, Islam, royalty and Bahasa all have special protection under the Perlembagaan.”

                Fortunately yes.

                And unfortunately the Chinese do not have an equivalent Article 11(4) protection to shield them from toxic exposure to the evangelistas. And thus the DAP preachers have successfully converted so many Chinese into becoming Dapsters.

                re: “Is there any solid and real proof to show that Malays are being pushed?”

                They feel that they are. Mahdzir Khalid has theorized that the Red rally is the push back.

                re: “The phrase “malays-feel-they-have-been-pushed-against-the-wall” is an allegation without any basis or evidence.”

                50,000 Malays on the streets on 16 Sept 2015 appear to believe the allegation.

                re: “It is more on sentiment rather than real events.”

                So why are the Creepy Christians so successful in making the majority feel freaked out?

                • 23. Orangkampung  |  September 21, 2015 at 3:05 pm

                  P/s royalty is not a post given by the government.

                • 24. Platea480  |  September 21, 2015 at 4:34 pm

                  What “wall”?

                  Is this the “sob story” that MIDA, IRDA, MITI etc is pushing to foreign investors?

                  Like in please invest in Malaysia because some people feel they are “being pushed to the wall”?

                  Or is the “wall” something manufactured for the domestic agenda? And when wooing foreign investors, there is no mention of a “wall”. How double-sided is that?

                  Or do they believe that either Malaysians are fools or foreign investors are fools?

                  Btw, I just saw a news flash on Channel NewsAsia that a Malaysian High Court has lifted the suspension order on The Edge.

                  Will this be appealed?

                  • 25. Heff  |  September 22, 2015 at 9:40 am

                    “What “wall”?”

                    For the benefit of future and new readers, I would just like to point out that this is normal procedure for DAPshitters when they want to rebut, but have reached the bottom of their barrel. They will pull a Clinton and start nit picking the most idiotic and elementary of things.

                    Case in point, “pushed against the wall” is an idiom. It is a figure of speech used to describe a specific situation. The meaning is easily googled.

                    But these muther bugging DAPshitters will actually ask you “what wall?” with the hopes of deflating your argument. They’re also heavily counting on the fact that lots of words will look impressive, thus giving them credibility, when in fact, many people would trust a dog’s dead carcass than what they say.

                    In short, you may completely disregard the blatherings of this person.

                    • 26. Kineas  |  September 22, 2015 at 8:11 pm

                      Well, then, what “wall” are you blathering about?

                      And what are you “rebutting”?

                      Is the “wall” a figment of someone’s fertile imagination?

                      Because he/she has no other excuse for non-delivery, non-performance and non-competitiveness?

                      Maybe that person had the Great Wall of China or Hadrian’s Wall in mind.

                      Both of which, if you remember your history, didn’t keep out the barbarians….

                    • 27. Heff  |  September 23, 2015 at 2:48 pm

                      As we can see, dear readers, DAPshitters could be counted upon to take things much further than they should be. Here, they play dumb, and take it even lower. At this depth, they only need to search around a bit, I’m sure they’ll strike oil.

                      google “push someone to the wall”

                      The first result is:

                      “to force someone into a position where there is only one choice to make; to put someone in a defensive position.”

                      Helen, the RBA get paid to play this stupid?

                    • 28. Platea480  |  September 23, 2015 at 4:15 pm

                      Ah, so.

                      So, given your Googlified interpretation, please tell us exactly what “wall” you are blathering on about?

                      And how are certain quarters being “pushed to the wall”?

                      If you can’t answer the above, then the bullpooping that is being indulged in isn’t exactly surprising.

                      Because anything and everything – competitiveness, underperformance, meritocracy (or the lack thereof) or the parlous state of the national education system – can be excused by “being pushed to the wall”.

                      And besides being bullpoop, that is the mother of all excuses.

                      Not that it has deterred the cynical from attempting to dupe the credulous because, hey, there’s a wall out there that is waiting for your backs….

            • 29. shamshul anuar  |  September 21, 2015 at 1:24 pm


              BETUL TU

              May I give a different answer based on different angle.

              Because only in Malaysia there is a separate school system. Because only in malaysia there is “Mandarin is preferred” when it comes to employment.

              • 30. drinho  |  September 21, 2015 at 2:35 pm

                Separate school system? What is your point?

                We have so many separate things. In higher education, we also have private college vs public university. We also have private/international school or elite school (eg. MCKK) vs national school. In banking, we have Islamic vs conventional. In economy, we have halal vs non-halal (gambling, alcohol, interest based lending etc). Even in religion, people is free to choose their own faith. The fact is people have the right to choose.

                Why prevent innocent and harmless Christians from using the term Allah just because of the faults of few?

                Mandarin is preferred? If you refer to private sector, I don’t see any issue. Private employers are free to decide on the employment criteria. Even a Malay owned company can choose to employ ‘Malay speaking employees’ only if they want to. Same as Indian companies.

                • 31. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 3:00 pm

                  ‘I don’t see any issue.’

                  Tu la, he says, only in Malaysia!

                  • 32. shamshul anuar  |  September 21, 2015 at 3:48 pm


                    Meaning if you can accept the peculiarity of having separate school system that no other countries on this planet is willing to allow, THEN YOU TOO must appreciate the peculiarity of Malaysia in not not allowing “Allah” to be used by christians.

                    • 33. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 4:23 pm

                      Betul tu SA saya faham narratif tu. Tapi puak Cina DAP kan sneaky. Semua nak sapu. Tapi nothing to give!

                    • 34. drinho  |  September 21, 2015 at 7:09 pm

                      It is reasonable to accept the word Allah is banned from being used by non Muslims for the purpose of ‘memurtadkan orang Islam’ or ‘melemahkan akidah’.

                      But is it reasonable to ban the word Allah to be used by the entire non Muslim population in all circumstances (i.e. absolute blanket ban)?

                      Can you see the difference?

                  • 35. drinho  |  September 21, 2015 at 7:06 pm

                    Pls read the case of Beatrice vs MAS.


                    Simple facts:-

                    1. Beatrice worked for MAS as stewardess.

                    2. She got pregnant.

                    3. Terms of employment under Collective Agreement said that “if pregnant need to resign or face termination”.

                    4. She didn’t resign and MAS terminated her employment.

                    5. Court affirmed that gender equality is not applicable in private sector.

                    By extension, I would say the same applies for ‘language discrimination” i.e Mandarin is preferred. Equality can be enforced in private sector.

                    Read more here:

              • 36. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 2:37 pm

                ‘a separate school system’

                And yet again, a minority gets to decide for us!

                ‘Muslim family slam ‘red shirt’ calls to abolish Chinese schools – See more at:

                ‘she felt vernacular schools should not be politicised.’

                Betul tu Najihah. Now go and tell that to the Cina instead!

                • 37. Platea480  |  September 21, 2015 at 4:42 pm

                  What do you want her to tell the “Cina”?

                  Or are you telling her that as a “patriotic” Malaysian (who just happens to be a Malay-Muslim) that she should get with the national agenda and send her kids to a national school and not a vernacular school?

                  As in parents have no freedom of choice over which schools to send their children to?

                  Why don’t you tell the VVIPS not to put their kids in international schools or schools overseas where the medium of instruction is English?

                  Equality of opportunity, but not equality of outcomes?

                  Or is this the “wall” that is being bandied about?

                  • 38. drinho  |  September 21, 2015 at 7:30 pm

                    Exactly. People nak sangat tutup sekolah cina. Kononnya tidak menyatukan rakyat. They only look from the racial point. They conveniently forget on elite schools (MCKK), boarding schools (MRSM) and private or international schools or even foreign uni. If really want unity, please allow only one stream of school at all levels. From kindergarten all the way to uni. Close religious schools as well.

                    • 39. Helen Ang  |  September 21, 2015 at 7:37 pm

                      re: “People nak sangat tutup sekolah cina.”

                      Have you noticed that the people who want to shut down vernacular school hardly ever target Sekolah Tamil?

                      In my humble opinion, the increasingly strident calls of late to do away with SRJK(C) definitely has something to do with the anti-DAP – extended to become anti-Chinese pukul rata – backlash.

                    • 40. drinho  |  September 22, 2015 at 9:20 am

                      Backlash? Is that a reasonable one?

                      Why want to punish innocent SJKC if the Umno Malays are hating DAP? Go and call for DAP to be banned instead. Not ban SJKC.

                  • 41. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 9:37 pm

                    ‘Why don’t you tell the VVIPS not to put their kids in international schools or schools overseas where the medium of instruction is English?’

                    One VVIP on Single stream education.

                    ‘Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Abdul Wahid Omar stressed, however, that Malaysia needs to review its current policies – especially regarding education – if it intends to promote racial integration.

                    He said he decided to send his two daughters to a public school to give them the opportunity to mingle with other races, but noted that there is no diversity in their school due to the existence of various streams in the public education system.

                    “Beyond the current issue, we need to look at the longer term perspective too. One of the reasons why we have less integration currently is because our children go to different schools at primary level.

                    “It’s something we need to deal with, so children all go to one school… a single stream if you like. Like it or not, it’s something we have to deal with in future,” he said.
                    – See more at:

                    • 42. drinho  |  September 22, 2015 at 9:35 am

                      Only one VVIP? The rest how? All send the kids to private/international/foreign schools?

                • 43. drinho  |  September 21, 2015 at 7:14 pm

                  Check this stat. Let us assume as correct:



                  1. According to the Malaysia Education Blueprint (MEB), Bumiputera students now constitute 94% of enrolment in national primary schools. This means that non-Bumiputera enrolment in national schools has dropped to an all-time low of only 6%.

                  2. Meanwhile, the MEB interestingly reports that non-Chinese enrolment in Chinese vernacular schools has increased to 12% – and is on the rise. This effectively means that Chinese schools are today more multiracial compared with national schools.

                  • 44. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 9:40 pm

                    Does not mean anything dear. Tutup sekolah perkauman. Semua kena masuk sekolah kebangsaan. Period. Perlembagaan pun tidak mengabsahkan sekolah vernakular. Tak baca ke??? Don’t be so lazy, boleh tak? Do some reading please…

                    • 45. drinho  |  September 22, 2015 at 9:16 am

                      Mengabsahkan? Hello. Sesuatu yang tidak termaktub dalam perlembagaan tidak bermaksud unconstitutional atau illegal. Contohnya pelbagai jenis sekolah. Ada private, international, tadika, independent school, missionary dll. Dalam perlembagaan memang tidak sebut keabsahan sekolah-sekolah ini. Hakikatnya, semua masih wujud tanpa melanggar undang-undang. Asalkan mendapat kebenaran/permit kementerian yang berkaitan. Cuma kerajaan boleh menutup sekolah ini bila-bila masa.

                      Dari mana you baca bahawa jika sesuatu itu tidak mendapat keabsahan perlembagaan, maka sesuatu itu adalah menyalahi undang-undang?

                    • 46. Platea480  |  September 22, 2015 at 10:07 am

                      That will improve Malaysia’s PISA ranking?

                      Dream on…

                      Oh, maybe you think that PISA is a Zionist-inspired neo-colonialist tool designed to keep uppity natives permanently subjugated to the Mat Sallehs?

                      Or that it is a stealth weapon aimed against (take your pick)?

                      Why don’t you demand that the laws be changed to deny parents freedom of choice as to how and where their children will be educated?

                      And tell all the international schools in Malaysia to close shop too?

                      Let’s see if talk can be translated into action.

                      Or whether it’s merely hot air venting because competition is to be abhorred, feared and shunned.

        • 47. Where's The Justice  |  September 22, 2015 at 7:40 pm

          “Many Muslims had given reasons why they object Christians using the name “Allah”.

          Like what? That Muslims can be easily duped? Why are Muslims even reading Christian material if they are so easily confused? Lame excuses.

          The only real reason is that your silly little ego can’t accept it. It’s a blow to your pride, just admit it. It’s obvious to anyone with half a brain. Focus on your own salvation, grow up and leave the rest of us to concentrate on ours.

          • 48. Heff  |  September 23, 2015 at 3:24 pm

            See? Cari gaduh lagi.

            “Why are Muslims even reading Christian material if they are so easily confused?”

            Dah Kristian sial masukkan bahan2 dakwah Kristian dalam bantuan banjir, bagi komik dakwah Kristian pada kanak2 Islam…


            Ingat orang tak ingat ke… but you don’t care, of course.

            • 49. Platea480  |  September 23, 2015 at 4:29 pm

              Or why were Muslims studying in mission schools when their tender impressionable minds can be so easily be warped and led astray?

              There were a fair number of mission schools in the country back in the day. I don’t know how many are still around now.

              But the mission schools in Singapore are thriving. With a good number of Malay-Muslim students studying in them. Without anyone looking askance or expressing unease.

              But that is Singapore. Maybe the education system there is different. Maybe they take interfaith matters more seriously. Maybe they are not so hung up on the “wall” imagery and it’s connotations.

              As for comics, there is much more graphic stuff accessible through the Internet. Including slickly-produced ISIS/IS material that the security authorities have flagged as a major concern.

              But nobody is emoting about that, are they? Why? Because it doesn’t jive with the narrative they are trying to peddle.

              Cue in the “wall” now…..

            • 50. Where's The Justice  |  September 23, 2015 at 5:19 pm

              “Dah Kristian sial masukkan bahan2 dakwah Kristian dalam bantuan banjir, bagi komik dakwah Kristian pada kanak2 Islam…”

              I can also fish out links to Christian kids in Sabah being converted or coerced into Islam. I won’t however as these are isolated incidents and don’t represent the majority of the followers.

              “but you don’t care, of course.’

              I don’t really care actually. I think the majority of people in Malaysia who profess religious beliefs are a bunch of morons and hypocrites who are really not mature enough to be practicing. Why adhere to a particular faith when ultimately your cultural roots are going to supersede your religious beliefs?

              Most Christians I know for example will not allow their children to marry someone of a lower socio-economic position, clearly going against the teachings of Christ who taught humility and acceptance. Status and position is paramount to these people. At the same time, they will be the first to attend Mass or other Church services to portray their holiness.

              The others are not that much better. I know many Muslims who will be a model of piety during Ramadan, but will commit every possible sin during the other months.

              So forgive me for laughing at the whole Allah issue, as most of the followers I know from either side I view with very little respect. When push comes to shove, money and power ultimately defines them.

          • 51. AE  |  September 23, 2015 at 4:18 pm

            We can forsee what christian evangelist snakes want to do. First take the name, then say both are one and the same, and then show the liberal side of christianity like absolution of sins by confession or tithe, no need to cover your body and can show off everything to the world, and dont forget the many loopholes in the bible.

            Not everyone is blind and you can call this slander but we manage to nip it in the bud. So you go focus on self WTJ and let your children EARN their religion while you turn to dust in your grave. We will fight you off tooth and nail and leave our religion as a legacy to our children. If all christian have the same thought as you WTJ, it seems the christians are in need of a reminder just like the chinese had in 1969.

            Then you can take our little ego and put it up your arse. Hope it can get you off.

            • 52. Where's The Justice  |  September 24, 2015 at 12:24 am

              Butthurt much? When I say Malaysians are not mature enough for religion, AE is the perfect example of that.

              • 53. AE  |  September 24, 2015 at 6:38 pm

                Ah…Exhibit A

                Typical DAPevangelist one liner retort. When thing didnt go their way WTJ and RBA friends always, i repeat, always resort to name calling and demeaning or at least comment on grammatical errors and mispelling without actually adressing the issues.

                • 54. Where's The Justice  |  September 25, 2015 at 3:06 am

                  ” always resort to name calling and demeaning ”

                  I really can’t believe your own hypocrisy. Just observe what you posted above, I will highlight it for you…

                  AE:”Then you can take our little ego and put it up your arse”

                  AE: We can forsee what christian evangelist snakes want to do

                  AE: and dont forget the many loopholes in the bible.

                  From a previous post…

                  AE: My father is better than yours.

                  How can I possibly retort to such brilliance. Anyway, did I not tell you to never engage with me again? There’s only so much of bigotry, fanaticism, bind loyalty and silliness that I can handle in a day, and that’s the only legacy you will pass on to your children. I actually feel sorry for them.

  • 55. wawe  |  September 21, 2015 at 4:20 am

    I voted for mca the last election. No more next time. Anyway, the candidate lost to you know who. Maybe giving my vote to a Muslim is better than wasting it on a loser. Next time, make sure there is a third option besides mca and dap. He’ll most probably win even if its an independent candidate. Otherwise, sprm might find an increase in non-voters.

  • 56. onsleuth  |  September 21, 2015 at 6:52 am

    Even late karpal singh’s nephew also becoming casualties in this rabies-dog-culling . That’s how ruthless the tokong is .

  • 59. tebing tinggi  |  September 21, 2015 at 10:00 am

    Malay has longs being pushed against the wall , they believe ,’sabar itu mencermainkan keimanan’.

    Sometimes I wounder .

  • 60. Phobia  |  September 21, 2015 at 11:08 am

    What is it that the Malays don’t control?

    The “backs against the wall” kind of statement means that they are under threat or don’t control their destiny. I’m really curious about the red shirt claim that their way of life is being threatened. Too bad no further explanation was forthcoming.

    I’ll venture that Malays don’t control the real estate in Chinese areas. However, the land mass of Chinese areas is a drop in the bucket of the total land in Malaysia.

    Rafidah already broke the Chinese ‘control’ on autos. The oil and gas, palm, telco, and banking industries are majority controlled by Malays. I think the money flowing towards Malays are quite substantial. I see Chinese businesses becoming less prominent over time. Of course, for a common income source, the income flowing towards each Chinese may be more than towards each Malay simply because of shrinking family sizes. But in the city, Malay families are also becoming smaller with the attendant result of more income per person.

    If they feel that Chinese must adopt certain attitudes towards religion, must go to certain schools, must not communicate in certain ways, then yes, their wants are falling on deaf ears. I think most Chinese aren’t overly worried about this state of affairs. The other side thinks bloodshed is in the cards. How the other side links the general Cina attitude of indifference will soon equal getting our butts kicked I have little clue. Its written all over how bad Chinese schools are, but while they may not be the best, their standards are high and they can claim to have the most diverse student body in Malaysia.

    • 61. Orangkampung  |  September 21, 2015 at 3:09 pm

      “most diverse student body”? What does that mean? Diverse in what aspect?

  • 62. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 21, 2015 at 11:20 am

    Another atrocity from Penang.

  • 63. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 21, 2015 at 11:26 am

    Let me show you in the very week, the father and son had their efigies burnt and the son ordered mass killing of dogs, they attended this event.

    • 64. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 2:41 pm

      Wow the anti Mamak Cina is alive and well in DAP! Malaysian Malaysia My Malay Ass!

  • 65. roslan othman  |  September 21, 2015 at 11:49 am

    Sebenarnya ini semua cerita rektorik , apa kerana seorang memijak gambar Najib melayu dihina , kamu ingat semua melayu dalam malaysia sayankan najib ka ! kah kah kah , Dan apabila bersih 4 minta najib turun dari jawatan PM apa melayu di hina apa kamu ingat semua melayu sokong najib ka kah kah kah!! . ini semua penipuan untuk survival politik barisan kepimpinan korup Najib dangan menguna isu ini maka harap survival di letak pada kepala orang melayu pula ,

    Ya memang ada individu cina(Namawe) yang kurang ajar tak tahu sensitiviti melayu tapi siapa yang bagi muka pada individu ini dengan menjemput beliau datang ke parlimen dan beri bsntuan buat filem bukan kah menteri dan kuncu najib . Kemudian kenapa KDN bawah TPM boleh biar budak nama Alvin Tan untuk bebas keluar negara dan sampai sekarang tah tak tahu apa tindakan sudah diambil , Tapi yang paling menjijikan apabila didepan melayu mereka kata dan ungkit yang cina dah melampau itu dan ini tapi dibelakang melayu kuncu kuncu dan menteri menter(berimankan kedudukan dan jawatan)i ini lah pergi jumpa taukey cina jual projek untuk dapat duit cepat bila dah dapat kuasa dari undi melayu , contoh terbaik Najib bila dah jadi PM cari Jho Low( cina DAP tegar) bincang ujud 1MDB untuk sapu duit . Yang bodoh melayu asyik kena guna , sokon PAS kena guna sebab agama mereka guna untuk tujuang politik , pembangkang melayu lain pun dua kali lima sama .

    Saya bukan lah penyokong bersih dan saya memang akui anti DAP tapi saya setuju dengan bersih 4 kerana mahu Najib berhenti kerana pada saya pemimpin ini sudah banyak masalah dan memalukan Bangsa , negara dan agama saya kerana korup yang tidak di jawap sehingga hari ini . Kita marah isu sensitivi agama di sentuh tapi kita tak pernah tanya kenapa perkara ini boleh berlaku dan siapa yang memandai mandai memansuhkan akta pencegahan yang terbukti boleh membantu dalam isu ini bukan kah najib yang konon nak popular dengan masyarat cina , Jadi salah kan pemimpin yang lemah . Dulu UMNO dari era PM pertama hingga keempat dianggap sebagai “The Guardian” kepada semua penduduk malaysia tak kira kaum kerana ia adalah Parti Dominan dalam BN dan cara parit ini yang moderate tak terikat pada konsep cauvanis kaum ,serta kejumudan agama serta tidak ganas . Pemimpin pula sering melakukan tindakan dari pemikiran yang berhikmah(wisdom) Tapi sekarang ia dah sama macam parti paria yang lain . Jadi adakah UMNO di hujung hayat nya ? hanya anda yang tahu.

    • 66. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 2:45 pm

      RBA alert! BM kena improve skit. Janggal sangat bahasa kau. RBA tak ada Melayu ke kawan?

      Skrip kau guna untuk annie kau guna kat sini pulak? Kata Cina rajin??

      • 67. roslan othman  |  September 21, 2015 at 5:06 pm

        Tak payah la nak tunjuk pandai dalam BM yang penting kamu faham dan boleh terasa hati sehingga sampai ke otak ,Tak semesti nya aku anti najib aku mesti RBA , dan tak semestinya aku meluat dengan kepimpinan kerajaan sekarang aku bukan orang UMNO , yang penting aku bukan jenis bangsat seperti yang dikatakan oleh najib kerana aku bukan penjilat individu tertentu walaupun individu itu diketahui salah .Kalau faham bagus.

        • 68. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 9:33 pm


          Apa yang hang merepek ni brader? Cukup2lah berlakon jadi Melayu. Kut ya pun nak kutuk dan hina Melayu. Own up! Jangan nak menyamar jadi Melayu. Nanti orang kata Cina takdak teluq hang marah?!

      • 69. drinho  |  September 21, 2015 at 7:25 pm

        Problem now is these assumption:

        1. Najib represents the entire Malay population.

        2. The Chinese that steps on Najib’s picture represents the entire Chinese population.

        So, it became the entire Chinese in Msia is stepping on the heads of the entire Malays in Msia.

        Why can’t you see it as:

        1. Najib represents Umno only.
        The fact is we have Malays in PAS and PKR. Surely not the all the Malays are in Umno. In fact, royalty is above party politics.

        2. The pemijak represents himself only. Well, you can still extend it as representing DAP.

        So the conflict should be between Umno Malays vs DAP.

        NOT Malay vs Chinese in totality.

        • 70. Orang Perlis  |  September 21, 2015 at 8:36 pm

          As a Malay, i agree with you on this. Maaf, mungkin ramai yg duk komen kat sini tak setuju, tapi pada aku, its too simplistic to deduce Sokong Red shirt – melayu sejati, tak sokong red shirt – melayu liberal. sebenaqnya , the truth is, zaman ni, melayu dah splintered to many groups dah……

          takpalah, saya pun malas nak pikiaq dah….kami sekeluarga dah tahu dah apa nak buat waktu election akan datang ni….

          yg lain tu kita berserah je lah kepada Tuhan….

        • 71. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 9:43 pm

          ‘So, it became the entire Chinese in Msia is stepping on the heads of the entire Malays in Msia.’

          Pijak kepala dua pemimpin tertinggi Melayu kut, UMNO dan PAS. Tak payah nak spin. Nanti orang kata Cina penipu, kau marah?!

          • 72. drinho  |  September 22, 2015 at 9:33 am

            Betul. Tapi berapa yang pijak?

            a. Beberapa peserta Bersih.
            b. Semua peserta Bersih.
            c. Semua ahli/penyokong DAP.
            d. Seluruh masyarakat Cina di Malaysia.

            Hakikatnya, mungkin a atau b sahaja jawapannya. Mengapa dikaitkan d? Diperbesarkan sampai tahap ‘Semua Cina pijak semua Melayu’. Siapa yang spin agak-agaknya?

            • 73. Heff  |  September 22, 2015 at 3:01 pm

              I have met more than a few pro-Bersih Chinese. What I have found is that the things that spew from their mouths are almost verbatim repetition of what LKS and gang say.

              So if you say that the acts seen at Bersih 4.0 are the doings of a deranged few and not representative of the whole, I might well believe you if I see and hear from within your groups a variance of stances and opinions.

              But no. You all sang one song, danced to the same dance. By “you” I mean your (c) DAPshitters. Satu2 kurang ajar, satu2 penipu.

              By the way, your “Mengapa dikaitkan d?”

              That’s so funny! You’re pretending to be concerned about the 10% Malaysian Chinese who don’t sing to the DAP tune. Anyone who’s seen FB postings of DAPshitters with regard to none-DAP Chinese know, the 10% might as well be dead to the world as far as DAPshitters are concerned.

              Siapa yang spin agak-agaknya? Kamu laaa, cibai.

              • 74. drinho  |  September 22, 2015 at 5:31 pm

                Here is the spin master. Just by meeting a “few pro-Bersih Chinese and few FB postings of DAPshitters”, already he/she can make conclusion that the act of pijak gambar is “Semua Cina pijak semua Melayu”. No proof or evidence is needed despite the pemijak is only a few protesters. Die die also want to equate the few pemijak as the entire Chinese population. Same as the pictures of Najib and Hadi. Die dia also want to equate Najib and Hadi as leaders that represents the entire Malay population. Not all Malays are members of Umno or Pas. Some are in other parties and even not a member of any party.

                BTW, is stepping pictures even a crime in the first place?

                Using your logic of equation, can I also say that the act of few Umno members in burning the effigies of LKS/LGE is equivalent of the entire Malay population ‘burning’ the entire Chinese population in Malaysia? After all, 90% (or even 100%) of Chinese voted for DAP and apparently UMNO represents all Malays. I read Chinese papers. They reported the burning. But they didn’t equate it as ‘Semua Melayu bakar semua Cina’. They reported ‘Umno Melayu bakar LKS/LGE (by extension DAP)’.

                Using your logic, we already have ‘Cina pijak Melayu’ and ‘Melayu bakar Cina’. [deleted]

                • 75. drinho  |  September 22, 2015 at 6:02 pm

                  Aiya, Helen. Why delete my comment?

                  • 76. Helen Ang  |  September 22, 2015 at 6:14 pm


                    • 77. drinho  |  September 23, 2015 at 9:00 am

                      Menghasut? Is that for real Helen? Despite thousands turning to street rallies for Bersih and Himpunan, no major catastrophe except for rubbish. Not easy to menghasut people nowadays. People are well informed and risk averse. Too preoccupied with daily commitment like family, school, work and business. Where can easily dihasut to mengamok, take parang and chop people?

                  • 78. drinho  |  September 23, 2015 at 9:08 am

                    BTW, do you agree with my analysis that if the Chinese really want to grab political power the method to achieve it is to vote BN (i.e. 90% vote for BN) as it will result in higher numbers of Chinese MPs/Aduns and higher Chinese representation in Cabinet and state Excos?

                    • 79. Helen Ang  |  September 23, 2015 at 10:41 am

                      re: “if the Chinese really want to grab political power the method to achieve it is to vote BN”

                      I disagree with your premise.

                      Let’s give MCA and Gerakan 100 percent success at the polls, i.e. winning every single seat that both parties contested. Going by the GE13 allocation, it would be 37 for MCA and 11 for Gerakan – combined total 48.

                      Umno contested 121 seats and won 88.

                      MCA + Gerakan’s hypothetical 48 is only half of Umno’s actual 88. Power still remains in Malay hands.

                      The reality of the oppo pact – Harapan – is that power is unequivocally in DAP hands. In Penang, the talk is that some of the PKR Chinese Aduns are more loyal to the DAP.

                      If the opposition win the coming election, the Chinese will definitely be in the driver’s seat. Like Perak under the Nizar administration, they may put up a Malay puppet as figurehead but the puppetmaster was the DAP.

                • 80. Heff  |  September 23, 2015 at 2:57 pm

                  Spin master? WTF? What kind of sick world do you live in? People use logic and the thing that comes to your mind is “spin master?” Holy shit, batman! You’re getting retarded!

                  BTW, who is the spin master. I said I met “… more than a few pro-Bersih Chinese.”

                  But YOU twisted it into “Just by meeting a “few pro-Bersih Chinese”

                  Where are the rest of my adjectives? Why did you intentionally misquote me?

                  Lagi mau tuduh aku yang spin? Ptuih!

                  “BTW, is stepping pictures even a crime in the first place?”

                  See, ini laa jenis manusia yang cari gaduh. Keep it up.

                  Goddamned DAPshitters memang tak guna.

                  • 81. drinho  |  September 23, 2015 at 4:47 pm

                    Good that you met more than a few pro-Bersih Chinese. You want to be specific in wordings? Fine. I will play along.

                    So how many is that? Less than 10? Between 10-100. Or 101-1000. Give a range. I don’t expect you to be so specific. Irrespective of how many you met, can your sample of “more than a few pro-Bersih Chinese” be representative of the Chinese community?

                    Cari gaduh? I take it you agree that stepping picture is a crime. You are right. With the latest charge against balloon girl Bilqis under Section 14 of the Minor Offences Act 1955, I would say pijak gambar is indeed a crime. Authority is justified to investigate the said pemijak. But don’t forget these incidences:-

                    1. the people that burned the effigies of LGE/LKS,
                    2. tarian punggung in front of Ambiga house,
                    3. the people that burned the effigies of Maria Chin,
                    4. any other similar incidences.

                    Would you dare to bet that police will investigate the incidences above and AG initiate prosecution? With the latest withdrawal of sedition charge against Ali Tinju, I bet the above perpetrators will get scot-free.

                  • 82. AE  |  September 23, 2015 at 4:53 pm

                    Benda biasa tu heff, jangan amik hati sangat. Kau tembak je sampai senyap. Mmg modus operandi rba dlm ni camtu. Quote sekerat sekerat, emphasis on wrong spelling/grammar. Kalau debat point to point memang sayur diorang. Ini je la cara diorang boleh mengecap kemenangan. Tak pun bukak cite pasal singapore, australia atau nz. Konon world traveller sangat la tu. Cara busuk pemfitnah tegar dan transient immigrant at heart.

            • 83. wawe  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:54 am

              A bersih participant represents bersih. if they did not do it during bersih, then bershit would not be dragged into the mess. It is a collective responsibility. Why did the other participants allow such act?

              • 84. drinho  |  September 23, 2015 at 9:04 am

                Collective responsibility? So now Khir Toyo is guilty of corruption, can he represents the entire Umno or even all Malays as corrupt?

                Or Najib’s 2.6 bil donation. Does it mean that everyone in Malaysia can solicit for donation with no legal implication? After all if the PM can, why not ordinary Malaysians?

          • 85. wawe  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:58 am

            Either you are purposely twisting the facts or you are ignorant.

  • 86. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 2:49 pm

    See the Cina is at it again. The Malay, so stupid, they sure can’t berniaga one, what more in Petaling Street.

    ‘Not a breeze to run a store in Petaling Street – T.K. Chua – See more at:

    Chua, you mean the Gangster’s side of it, ke?

    • 87. HH  |  September 22, 2015 at 1:04 pm

      Quote: The Malay, so stupid, they sure can’t berniaga one, what more in Petaling Street.

      Wanna start your business in Petaling Street? Low Yat? Sg Wang?

      Who’s stopping you?

      Just don’t expect to cash in the bumi voucher expecting discount and perks. Those places are open up to the highest bidder and everyone speaks the same language; money.


      Ape susah sangat?

      • 88. Heff  |  September 22, 2015 at 3:17 pm

        Who’s stopping you?

        “Peniaga Jln Petaling tak setuju kongsi tempat”

        by Yap Jia Hee

        “Walaupun ada suara menuntut agar Melayu dibenarkan menjalankan perniagaan di Jalan Petaling, bagi kebanyakan pemilik gerai di situ berpendapat kawasan berkenaan wujud hasil kerja keras mereka hampir 100 tahun lalu.

        Kini menempatkan kira-kira 700 gerai yang menjual pelbagai barangan, ia dimiliki peniaga Cina walaupun kebanyakannya dijaga pekerja warga asing.”

        So, who’s doing the stopping? You lah. Bloody hypocrite DAPshitter.

        If you weren’t a Red Bean Army chump, I’d tell you this is why Malays don’t like the DAPshitters and this is why trust has gone through the window. But you are one, and you don’t care, so I’ll just leave it at that, chump.

        • 89. HH  |  September 22, 2015 at 5:48 pm


          Getting your knickers in a bunch because your race based bonuslink card not yielding any concessions from those Petaling old timers?

          The article in question merely reinforced your warped sense of entitlement.

          Those shops are there for decades and is still operating. You are expecting people to roll over and handover their livelihood because Malaiyoo suddenly want to test their entrepreneurship in their turf?

          What do you expect? Get in line and pay your dues before you spew red herrings like DAP, RBA etc etc.

          This is just what it is…

          Plain greed.

          I am not against capitalism per se, but try doing it without waving the race card.


          • 90. Heff  |  September 23, 2015 at 3:02 pm

            If they’re still in their stalls and shops, so what? Space arrangements can be made, if newcomers are welcomed. Tak susah maaa.

            So kalau tak nak orang masuk turf kamu, kenapa orang Cina pulak sekarang nak sibuk2 apply untuk pasar Ramadhan? Just because it’s business, the Chinese feel entitled to join, is that it?

            No surprise. DAPshitters are plain greedy kan.

            I also am not against capitalism, but please stop accusing others of playing the race card in order to maintain your effing monopoly, OK?

            • 91. HH  |  September 23, 2015 at 7:16 pm


              Any businessman worth their salt would tell you it is an impossibility to monopolize any sector come internet age. Unless we are talking about state sanctioned monopoly.

              Want to go there?

              ‘Effing monopoly’ [sic] would aptly describe the following industry…

              Sugar, cable TV, electricity, internet providers, highways, e-service providers…

              Even taxi licenses.

              Ordinary Malays have to sewa their taxi because they are not connected enough to get permit. They have to rent from the influential Malay permit holders.

              Does this count as ‘effing monopoly’ too?

              It would make better sense to pressure the government to let go their dominance on certain sectors that benefit a certain elite few.

              No point exerting pressure on business owners to try get their meagre share when you can actually expand the economic pie itself.

              But of course the Cinapek are the convenient scapegoats standing in the way of Malay prosperity. To look objectively elsewhere would be just inconvenient.

      • 92. RINA  |  September 22, 2015 at 4:49 pm

        Payah juga nak niaga sana.

        Pasar Karat mana Muslims bole challange.. entah sumber bekalan datang dari mana? Barang curi ke, hasil rompakan atau ragut ke, ciplak ke, clone ke, satu Ahso cakap ‘balang gelap’ ke.. harga asal RM2.5K situ bole dapat RM300??

        Hai tak payah la nak gi menyelit niaga kawasan2 macam ni. Nak cari rezeki biaq cara yang bersih dan halal.

  • 93. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 2:54 pm

    ‘I am not talking about the Malay supremacists alone because for every Datuk Ibrahim Ali, Ali Tinju or the new kid on the block, Datuk Jamal Md Yunos, we can find their equivalent in every ethnic community. – See more at:

    Absolutely. Fann, you are part of the problems too!

  • 94. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 2:57 pm

    ‘There was one specific video that struck me, a lady in her very angry tone saying, “Enough is enough. Babi is babi!” – See more at:

    BTW does Namewee’s and Alvin Tan’s struck you also, khoo?

    • 95. Helen Ang  |  September 21, 2015 at 3:01 pm

      Hannah Yeoh wants this lady you mention – who was scolding Grandpapa Dapster “enough is enough” to be charged by the police. @hannahyeoh’s tweet here.

      • 96. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 3:11 pm

        Helen, apparently the lady is a ‘celup’. Hahaha, Malays can never be putih enough says the Malaysian Firsters. Truly colour blind aren’t they?!

  • 97. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 21, 2015 at 4:04 pm

    Breaking news: As usual, the Tokong is now pushing the blame to BN on the culling.

    “STOP politicising the rabies issue for cheap publicity.
    That was the message for state Gerakan chief Teng Cheng Yeow from Penang exco members Dr. Afif Bahardin and Phee Boon Poh.”

    1st, RINA, Kak Helen. How can people who still have a heart live in Penang?

    • 98. Indian  |  September 21, 2015 at 5:21 pm

      Bloody opportunistic Tokong is not above using even his personally orchestrated canine genocide for political mileage.

      Btw Mulan, for what’s it worth, I’ve gotten most of my friends and relatives to sign the petition against the abominable culling.

      Hope your campaign helps stop this madness.

      • 99. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 21, 2015 at 7:52 pm

        Breaking news: Dulu punya BN yang politikan, sekarang pulak Jabatan Veterina punya.
        Soalan: Siapakah orang yang membuat keputusan di Pulau Pinang? Tugas membuat keputusan di Penang bukanlah bidang tugas CM .

    • 100. RINA  |  September 21, 2015 at 6:32 pm

      Ya lor Mulan Malaysia, kenapa ambil cara drastic sampai gini, just because these dogs cannot vote for them?

      There are over one million non Muslims living in Penang..

      Kutip sorang RM1 sebulan and use this fund to create some facilities for these innocent animals la… Yang kaya raya masakan RM100 each tak mampu? Kalau Bersih4 boleh jual T-shirt and collect millions, masakan for this cause they cannot help raise?

      Hello billionaires yang kaya raya.. Got so much money die also no use wan…please be generous and help these poor animals.

  • 101. islam1st  |  September 21, 2015 at 4:25 pm


    “Apa yang penting, kita mahu perhubungan kaum itu benar-benar berlaku dan tidak dipaksa-paksa. Sistem yang dicadangkan ini harap dapat menghasilkan hubungan yang jita antara pelajar berbilang kaum.

    PM ada berani?

  • 102. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 21, 2015 at 5:00 pm

    I know this dog. A sweet dog with a broken leg. She is dead. She suffered throughout her life and she is stabbed to death.
    What does she deserve to be killed like that?

  • 103. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 21, 2015 at 7:55 pm

    Some education of rabies. Culling in Bali actually increases the number of rabies cases.
    Inilah bala kepada mereka yang telah menyokong Tokong tanpa berfikir. Perhaps the payment for the sins that Penang will face later.

  • 104. tebing tinggi  |  September 21, 2015 at 8:39 pm

    Anjing kalau banyak sangat menyalak ,lama-lama bolih terkena penyakit anjing gila .

    • 105. Helen Ang  |  September 21, 2015 at 9:36 pm

      Juga polikus yang asyik menyalak “rasis, rasis, rasis!”

      “Bigot, bigot, bigot!”

      Ia gejala penyakit gila kuasa.

  • 106. Platea480  |  September 22, 2015 at 9:58 am

    Culling of stray dogs because of an outbreak of rabies is more heinous than culling chickens because of avian flu or pigs because of swine flu?

    I don’t recall any outpourings of sympathy for the chickens and pigs culled in the interests of public safety and hygiene.

    So, why the double standards?

    Or are you looking for any excuse to criticise the Penang State Government?

    Maybe you think that rabies is a matter of no import.

    Ask yourself how is it that rabies has made a comeback in Malaysia now, after the country had been decided rabies-free for many years.

    Maybe that it is too much like critical thinking and not worthy of sensationalism!

    • 107. Helen Ang  |  September 22, 2015 at 2:18 pm

      re: “Ask yourself how is it that rabies has made a comeback in Malaysia now, after the country had been decided rabies-free for many years.”

      Karma on Penang.

      • 108. RINA  |  September 22, 2015 at 5:01 pm


        Kalau nak kata infected dogs ran across the Penang bridge, flew in by air, stowaway naik kapal or ferry kira tak logic juga Cik Helen.

        Yang menakutkan klo ada virus2 yg dah mutant bertahun2 living dormantly dalam otak humans. Kalau tengok dah ada perangai2 mirik anjing rabies. Cenghei semacam!

        • 109. Platea480  |  September 23, 2015 at 1:38 pm

          Mutated rabies viruses? That lie dormant in humans and have only now become active? Really?

          Can you point us to the scientific evidence to support your claim?

          • 110. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 23, 2015 at 1:53 pm

            “Mutated rabies viruses.”
            Must send CDC to Komtar Level 18. New species of rabies.

            • 111. Platea480  |  September 23, 2015 at 4:33 pm

              And that’s the sum total of your rebuttals?

              Pretty feeble stuff?

              Where are the scientific references, ma cherie?

              • 112. AE  |  September 23, 2015 at 6:19 pm

                I dont see anything scientific in your comments so why rina have to be scientific. Rabies is transmitted through the saliva of infected subject. When LGE or LKS give speech, the first four rows might be infected. Then these people also repeat to their friends and family and so on and so forth. Maybe HY bercakap ada cover sikit tang air liur bersepah, lady like la katakan. That is why rabies is spreading in penang but not in subang. Not yet anyway.

    • 113. Mulan Malaysia  |  September 24, 2015 at 5:55 pm

      “I don’t recall any outpourings of sympathy for the chickens and pigs culled in the interests of public safety and hygiene.”

      When a Malay boy got JE in Penang and got into a coma there was no mass culling of pigs. But when one person got bitten by a dog but there is no rabies (confirmed by KKM – no rabies in Malaysia) all dogs are killed.

      Pigs are $$$$$$$ to the Penang farmers. That is why no pigs are killed and no farms are moved.
      Dogs have no monetary value.

      That is WHY.

  • 114. drinho  |  September 23, 2015 at 4:59 pm


    Really want to know your stand. In relation to Bersih 4.

    How do you treat the pemijak gambar Najib/Hadi? Do they represent the following:

    1. themselves
    2. all Bersih rally goers
    3. all DAP or oppo supporters
    4. entire Chinese population in Msia

    Now for gambar Najib/Hadi yang kena pijak. Do these 2 leaders represent:

    a. members/supporters of UMNO and PAS
    b. entire Malay population except the non members/supporters of (a)
    c. entire Malay population

    For me, I choose 2. and a. So, I disagree with the notion of “Semua Cina pijak semua Melayu”.

    • 115. shamshul anuar  |  September 23, 2015 at 10:39 pm


      May i offer my view(as a malay) here.

      I understand most Chinese perceive Malays based on what DAP has been saying not to mention other sources of info such as STAR and other Chinese media.

      These are few facts on Malays.

      1) Most malays view DAP as “anti Malay” . I too feel the same. DAP does not support article 153 of the constitution. It calls for “sama rata” but Malay understanding of “sama rata” differs with that of DAP.

      Malays perceive DAP as trying to demolish article 153 if it comes to power. and i too believe that.

      2) Most Malays feel that DAP incites the Chinese to the point we have rude Chinese such as Namawee, Alvin, Tony Pua.The case of a girl stomping on Najib and Hadi’s photo is the manifestation of that.

      3) The Chinese in last election supported DAP, a party that is perceived by majority of Malays as “waging war” against Malays. to the Malays, DAP is leading the Chinese to clash with Malays..

      BERSIH 4 is viewed by Malays as “racist”. Majority of Malays do not buy the idea of BERSIH wanting good governance. to the Malays, the concept is forever alien to DAP.

      4) Malays too are angry at Najib, Nazri Aziz . But their anger towards Najib is countered by their fear against DAP and “muak” against Anwar.

      5) THE TURNING POINT is when DAP treats PAS shabbily. it opens the eyes of PAS members. Now they short of admitting it, believe DAP is “celaka'( to borrow the term by one PAS member).

      6) Mohd sabu, the much rated Malay leader(by DAP), has no credential on Malay community. He is popular BUT NOT TRUSTED. He is on the same league with “court jester”. He lost elections three times consecutively.

      7) Those PAS Mps who deserted PAS to join PAN are expected to lose the next election . they won due to their membership in PAS.

      8) Harapan Baru( or whatever the name to replace PR) is likely to fail when it announces Anwar as PM should UMNO be toppled. Anwar despite being seen(by PR) as popular has lost the trust of Malay community.

      9) Malays have come to a point that they cant be bothered with what DAP thinks. Those Malays who are ally with DAP are viewed as DAP stooges.

      • 116. Helen Ang  |  September 24, 2015 at 12:00 am

        Does anyone want to add (10)?

        • 117. RINA  |  September 24, 2015 at 1:45 pm

          Just drive through Bukit Bintang areas from 12am to 4:30am…konon2 excuse nak pi makan coconut ice cream (memang sedap).

          Sejuk seram naik goosepimples..tak percaya you are driving in KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA!

          Masyallah… Bisness perdagangan Manusia tanpa segan silu, aktiviti tawar menawar ditepi kaki-kaki lima sepanjangan jalan!! Tak payah dipanjangkan kat sini, go see for yourselves.

          Pasai ni ke Red Shirts tidak diberi izin masuk? Elok pun. Memang jijik dan kotor teramat sangat kawasan situ.

          • 118. HH  |  September 24, 2015 at 7:04 pm


            That is a 3 way problem …

            Those who sell,

            those who buy


            those who fail to enforce the law.

            • 119. RINA  |  September 25, 2015 at 3:26 am

              ADUN BUKIT BINTANG

              Fong Kui Lun
              20A, Lorong Brunei 2,
              Off Jalan Pudu,
              55100 Kuala Lumpur
              Tel: 03-2141 2762
              Fax: 03-2144 9440

              He and those who voted for him don’t care whats happening in own kawasan?

              Kalau kawasan kami just give one day semua kena halau keluar, reported to the authorities laaa. Apasal jijik dan kotor sendiri kawasan tarak kisah?

              Like this business ke you people are so proud of the area? Haiyaaaa

              • 120. HH  |  September 25, 2015 at 10:08 am


                BB area is no longer a residential area.

                Most of the condos are owned for investment purposes and rentals to foreigners/workers. Those new high end condos in Bukit Ceylon are way out of league for locals.

                These investors are more preoccupied ensuring BB stays bustling and robust than grappling with its vices.


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