Umno unleashing “red terror”, claims evangelista (a former ambassador)

September 21, 2015 at 5:51 pm 39 comments

Malaysian former ambassador Dennis Ignatius said that Najib Razak and his coterie have released “their own version of the ‘red guards’ to intimidate and terrorize”.

He said this today in his Malaysiakini article – see below – after accusing Umno of having taken a “racist turn”.

Ignatius was our ambassador to Chile and Argentina after previously serving as a career diplomat in London and Washington. He is an evangelical preacher.

Ignatius predicted that with “state-sponsored tensions now rising, the stage is set for a new round of repression”.

He believes too that Malaysia risks becoming “another morally bankrupt, kleptocratic, two-bit, third-world dictatorship”.

Fluttering his evangelical favour on the sleeve, Ignatius asked, “Has it come to this now when racism is worn as a badge of religious fealty instead of the disgrace that it is?”

Click to enlarge

Fellow evangelista Wong Chun Wai finally yesterday said that the Red Shirt protest “smacks of racism”.

The J-Star CEO manned up in his column and used the ‘R’ word in his own name. In the Sunday before, Chun Wai chose to hedge by quoting other sources on the ‘racism’ attributed to the red-shirted protesters.

EvangeliSTAR owner, the MCA, has meanwhile labelled the Sept 16 protest “racist” outright.

BELOW: Wong Chun Wai with MCA president Liow Tiong Lai

Liow Tiong Lai WCW

Farida Ariffin, spokesman for the group of 25 geriatrics (G25) called the Red rally participants a mob that had been rented.

The Red Shirts have been called, additionally, the Ku Klux Klan (screencap below), Malay supremacists, bigots, extremists as well as uncivilized and stupid people.

Red Shirts KKK malaysiakini

Those taking part in the Red rally have been depicted also as country bumpkins ferried to the venue without having any idea as to what they were bussed to KL for – see Malay Mail story above.

In the mind of those making the disdainful allegations, the Red Shirts are kampung folks who can be bought off with RM100, a packet of nasi bungkus and a bottle of mineral water. Cheap and not “high class” like the Bersih 4.0 participants who stopped at Starbucks and paid for their own coffee.

Other Red Shirts are described as Mat Rempit and other assorted hooligans. Or brainless “Dumno” shock troops. They’re portrayed as mercenaries paid a derisory sum of pocket money to swell the numbers.

Their contemptuous treatment in the English-language press differs greatly from the glowing coverage accorded to the Yellow Shirts only a fortnight earlier. The Bersih rally goers were painted by the media in positively bright and shiny terms.

Below are some photos shown by the Nest of Evangelistas to their readers.

Rally goers who would have had more things to do in the Sogo area rather than in Chinatown

Star Red Kopiah

Rally goers playing game of Push-Me, Pull-You with the police

Red Breaking barricade

Rally goers who remind us of the earlier group that broke roof tiles over their own head

Star Red Fists

Rally goers who thought they were joining an anti-Israel protest 

Star Red Kaffiyeh

A rally goer resembling the Pakcik who guides firefly tours in Kuala Selangor

Star Red Fitnah2x

Probably buddies of Rosmah from Permata’s Pembangunan Insan programme coming all the way from Pekan

Star Red Fitnah

Recommended read:

Nice guys don’t win wars

Advertisements

Entry filed under: Evangeliblis. Tags: , , , , .

Malays feel they have been ‘pushed against the wall’ – Mahdzir Khalid Sometimes Najib needs to punch

39 Comments Add your own

  • 1. skfncid  |  September 21, 2015 at 6:32 pm

    Love the pictures. Wahaha.

    Reply
  • 2. AK47  |  September 21, 2015 at 6:49 pm

    Ms H. May I with all due humbleness that the Rakyat request the Government to requisition the 8 Government jets, the spare military aircraft, the warships, the 2 submarines etc. to ferry the Afghan, Iraqi, Syrian, etc refugees direct from Turkey and Lebanon to Germany ? The cold winter winds are beginning to blow ! Let 1MDB shows its leadership qualities to all in this humane effort !

    Reply
  • 3. RINA  |  September 21, 2015 at 7:42 pm

    …….Ignatius was our ambassador to “Chile” and Argentina…

    Macam ada bau2 busuk aje ni? Hmmmm

    http://mobile.nytimes.com/2015/09/18/world/americas/chile-earthquake-damage.html?referrer=

    Reply
  • 4. tebing tinggi  |  September 21, 2015 at 8:52 pm

    Nothing UMNO can do if they are being labelled that way , we see uncountable numbers ,but UMNO do only, take action on their own members only .

    One word from them , immediate action is on them .

    Reply
  • 5. RINA  |  September 21, 2015 at 8:53 pm

    Takpe dia worang nak kata apa, masuk telinga kanan keluaq telinga kiri aje. Biasala.. Mana pi pun menjaja perkataan ‘RACIST’, ‘AGAMA’ dan ‘DISCRIMINATION’.

    Sebenarnya duk himpun modal..bagi oghang kesian supaya smooth nak apply citizenships kat negara luaq nanti. Tengok Alvin Tan. Tunjuk ‘burung pendek’, pelekeh Islam… dah application in the process.

    Reply
    • 6. wawe  |  September 22, 2015 at 4:48 am

      Preparing for the worst. The are predicting that one day they will be extinguished.

      Reply
    • 7. wawe  |  September 22, 2015 at 5:41 am

      The word, racist is often misconstrued, especially in Malaysia. We should clarify our own Malaysian version of the term. Does defending our own right, racist? Otherwise, everybody will spin her/his own version to one’s advantage.

      #Apa itu racist? Next time, when someone uses the term, ask her to define it.
      But, I guess, even coming up with a definition will pose to be a problem. So, until we have come to a consensus about this matter, I suggest we stop using this ambiguous term in Malaysia.

      The word was introduced to me by my boss, in 2005. Before that I was not even aware of its existence or its concept, I guess it’s already brewing in her, that when I reprimanded a girl of different race, she attacked me with such term.

      Reply
  • 8. ahmadalikarim  |  September 21, 2015 at 9:52 pm

    Dear Aunty Helen,
    Some people think that the Malays are so stupid and have no rights to feel humiliated by whatever they do or say. They pretend to be the victims when it is them who are bashing the Malays everyday. I wish they can be sane and open the history book and read back what our great forefathers once said.
    TMI likes Noor Farida. Last month Uncle Naser Disa told me to answer the atuk and nenek of G25’s weird statements about the religious authorities and the Malay NGOs and since then, some of my father’s friends told me to answer her other statements.
    https://ahmadalikarim.wordpress.com/2015/09/14/btn-ultra-malay-racist/
    https://ahmadalikarim.wordpress.com/2015/09/01/reaksi-jurucakap-g25-terhadap-bersih-4-menyedihkan/
    https://ahmadalikarim.wordpress.com/2015/09/18/ambiga-mahu-kembalikan-isa/
    Like Rafidah Aziz and Pak Samad, G25 is not thankful of what Article 153 has given them and call the Malays with Malay spirit as racists. If they think that Article 153 is racists, they must call themselves racists because they had enjoyed the Malay privileges. I really cannot understand them. If they do not want Article 153, do not take the privileges but do not take it from others.

    Reply
    • 9. Helen Ang  |  September 21, 2015 at 10:38 pm

      Dear Ahmad Ali Karim,

      re: “Some people think that the Malays are so stupid”

      Maybe those people have encountered some stupid Malays.

      null

      re: “and have no rights to feel humiliated by whatever they do or say”

      Hope springs eternal among those waiting (and waiting, and still waiting) for Papa and Mama Dapster to convert to Islam –

      http://anwaribrahimblog.com/2010/08/25/isu-doa-khutbah-jumaatustaz-zakaria-pertahankan-pendirian/

      re: “They pretend to be the victims when it is them who are bashing the Malays every day.”

      https://twitter.com/hannahyeoh/status/46387842642045747

      re: “I wish they can be sane and open the history book and read back what our great forefathers once said.”

      908 retweets, wor …

      re: “TMI likes Noor Farida.”

      TMI also likes Khalid Gereja and Mujahid – the evangelistas’ BFF.

      re: “Last month Uncle Naser Disa told me to answer the atuk and nenek of G25’s weird statements about the religious authorities and the Malay NGOs and since then, some of my father’s friends told me to answer her other statements.”

      You’re punching way above your age bracket.

      re: “Like Rafidah Aziz and Pak Samad, G25 is not thankful of what Article 153 has given them”

      Mutakhir ini Grandpapa Dapster nampak begitu teruja dengan Kak Fidah. He wants her to head a National Goodwill Committee. She is Tun’s crony. Grandpops had wanted Tun to head a few tribunals and commissions as well. Both are the DAP’s born again saviours.

      re: “call the Malays with Malay spirit as racists”

      These are the golongan Melayu who make up the 24 percent of the J-Star readership. They are what they read.

      re: “If they think that Article 153 is racist, they must call themselves racists because they had enjoyed the Malay privileges.”

      That’s okay. People are allowed to Ubah. Like Hannah Yeoh who applied for Australian PR but filled her race as ‘Bangsa Malaysia’ in borang-borang rasmi after she joined politics.

      re: “I really cannot understand them.”

      You’re kolot. They’re politik baru.

      re: “If they do not want Article 153, do not take the privileges but do not take it from others.”

      To digress a bit, I wonder how Hannah Yeoh reconciles herself with Article 3.

      Reply
      • 10. ahmadalikarim  |  September 21, 2015 at 11:17 pm

        (Sorry Aunty Helen… I made a mistake because dah ngantuk)

        Dear Aunty Helen,

        re: “The Bersih movement ought to be recorded in future Sejarah textbooks.”

        What? I can’t believe it that she can come up with such idea. It’s so weird and funny that I can’t stop laughing. She sounds like kids and not at all like a high class politician who calls others low class.

        re: “You’re punching way above your age bracket.”

        I sedar that I am still a kid. On the day of Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu, Uncle Zul Noordin called to ask if I’ll be at the rally. I told him that I know the law, and I know that I am under age. Then he answered, “Uncle lupa Ali masih ABU … anak bawah umur.”

        Reply
        • 11. RINA  |  September 22, 2015 at 2:19 am

          Dear ahmadalikarim,
          You must excuse nenek Noor Faridah, dia dari golongan warga lama. Dulu2 kalo dapat masuk University tu kira pandai tak terhingga. Tambah pula kalau pass law mak oooi riuh sekampung, kalau boleh sijil2 nak tempek kat dahi.

          Dia dah tua nak masuk 70 (tujuh puluh tahun) tahun. Agak ahmadalikarim dia ni pandai tak macam kanak 7 (tujuh) tahun ini?

          Reply
          • 12. ahmadalikarim  |  September 22, 2015 at 5:15 pm

            Dear Aunty RINA,

            Thank you for the video. Rasyid is amazing and inspired me to be like him.
            Nek Farida must watch this video and learn from Rashid of what Muslims must try to achieve. She must stop being a liberal and condemning the Malays and Muslims.

            Reply
        • 13. RINA  |  September 22, 2015 at 5:46 am

          ahmadalikarim,
          Apapun yang penting kita jangan terlalu sombong nak tunjuk cerdik tapi tak cerdik takat mana pun. Yang tak elok sangat tu menghina oghang lain bodoh, uneducated, dari luar bandar etc. Ignore saja manusia macam tu.

          Zaman sekarang keadaan dah tak sama macam dulu. Ayuh kita baca mengenai wanita ini, hanya seorang Minah kilang bertukar menjadi wanita terkaya di China;

          http://nypost.com/2015/04/02/meet-the-ex-factory-worker-who-is-now-chinas-richest-woman/

          Reply
  • 14. Where's The Justice  |  September 22, 2015 at 4:50 am

    It’s hard to disagree. Now Mara are terminating their scholarships to Taylor’s, led by the known racist, Ismail Sabri with no reasons given whatsoever. Punishing poor Malay students due to their egos getting butthurt, how pathetic! UMNO are just so transparent these days.

    Reply
    • 15. Esa Adam  |  September 22, 2015 at 8:14 am

      If Taylor can terminate the services of wawasan bus services without good reason what is wrong for Mara to terminate giving loan for student to study in Taylor. Malaysia is a free market. The country is not short of IPTA/IPTS which are much better than Taylors.

      Reply
      • 16. veteran  |  September 22, 2015 at 9:49 am

        tit for tat..

        Reply
      • 17. Mohd Salim  |  September 22, 2015 at 10:12 am

        Love it. This is how we must operate. Let’s start applying more pressure on non Bumi business. Afterall, we have enough Bumiputera who are more than able and willing to take over these rolls.

        Reply
        • 18. RINA  |  September 22, 2015 at 7:44 pm

          Yeah..
          Yeah..

          Sekarang buat business ikut cara mereka. “CONTRA”

          Reply
        • 19. Where's The Justice  |  September 23, 2015 at 5:10 am

          ‘Love it. This is how we must operate. Let’s start applying more pressure on non Bumi business”

          And you wonder why UMNO and and some of ts followers are constantly labelled as ultra racists. Be careful what you wish for, if all the Chinese and Indians left Malaysia, what do you think will happen to the economy? You guessed it, mampus lah.

          Reply
          • 20. Mohd Salim  |  September 23, 2015 at 11:47 am

            My dear friend, 10 years ago, maybe. Now, we don’t need you anymore. We will be happy to keep pendatangs like Kak Helen. But the rest we are happy to see leave.

            Reply
          • 21. veteran  |  September 23, 2015 at 6:33 pm

            guess what? our dream comes true!
            If only God’s will.

            Reply
    • 22. Mohd Salim  |  September 22, 2015 at 10:15 am

      WTJ, the ‘poor’ Malay students are perfectly fine without pendatang support. Nothing pathetic about their actions. You don’t want to do business with the bus company because of their politics? We don’t want to do business with you because of yours. Willing buyer, willing seller maa??? I thought this was the basis of your Apek culture of free market business….LOL

      Reply
      • 23. Where's The Justice  |  September 23, 2015 at 5:38 am

        “WTJ, the ‘poor’ Malay students are perfectly fine without pendatang support”

        Google the correlation between racism and intelligence levels, it won’t read well for you.

        ‘You don’t want to do business with the bus company because of their politics? ”

        Taylor’s is a private college, they can choose whoever they affiliate with, and their reasons for terminating ties with Wawasan is understandable as the bus to the rally carried Taylor’s logo on it. I don’t blame Taylor’s for wanting to distance themselves from a protest with racial undertones associated with it. From a business point of view, Taylor’s did the right thing.

        Mara is a government created organisation, they have to be objective and not vindictive in how they operate. But then again, being vindictive and having the bullying mentality is synonymous with UMNO.

        You guys wank on here daily about UMNO not being shown their due respect by the majority of non bumis, but how do you expect non bumis to respect them when they continue to carry on like this?

        This decision has denied students of a quality education in a good school, if you think that’s good for the future and you clearly do, then I give up lah.

        Reply
        • 24. shamshul anuar  |  September 23, 2015 at 8:45 am

          Where is the Justice,

          You asked a very pertinent question. Only it should be directed to you.

          We already know non bumi(meaning people like you or DAP or its worshippers) do not respect UMNO or malays. So there is no need to worry. after all, even without you or DAP or its worshippers, UMNO still prevails.

          There are many other good educational institutions.

          Reply
          • 25. Where's The Justice  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:07 pm

            You earn respect, dude. I don’t respect a party that doesn’t dismiss a leader with RM 2.6 billion in his own personal bank account. You clearly do however just because it’s a Malay party and that’s pretty pathetic imo. If it was an opposition party member in the same situation, this blog would go into an anti evangelical meltdown, and you know it. Still don’t see the hypocrisy?

            Another thing, why do you keep on equating UMNO with the entire Malay race? If I’m not mistaken, 40% of the Malay voters voted for the opposition, and the percentage of urban Malay votes for the opposition would be a lot higher than that, so please keep that in mind the next time you throw out your standard accusations of anti Malay sentiment by the non bumis. We hate UMNO, not the Malay race.

            Reply
            • 26. Mohd Salim  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:25 pm

              U hit the nail on the head wtj. That IS what we are saying. DO NOT say anything against the Malays. We can criticize our own. You cannot. And so what if Helen, goes on any anti evangelical meltdown, it’s her right to do so. She has clearly made her stand.

              Reply
    • 27. wawe  |  September 23, 2015 at 1:33 am

      WTJ,
      Haha.. Whatever…watave. There you go again, spinning the same old shit. Very hilarious.
      Once a friend complained her son did not manage to get a place in a university of his choice due to the negligence of the uni, not preparing a proper c.v. for the student. When the exam result was out, the student did not score as expected. Again due to the inadequacy of the uni.
      There was also complaint about the uni being biased or racial where Malay students were neglected. That happened as far back as 5 to 6 years ago. I did not really pay much heed at that time, maybe that particular friend was covering up her son’s misdeed. Now, I wonder. there is some truth in the accusation.

      Reply
  • 28. veteran  |  September 22, 2015 at 9:46 am

    The Red Shirts were “racists” coz only the Malays were “there”.While the Yellow Shirts were for the “people/rakyat”.Very typical statements.Behind these statements are the chauvinist party DAP in particularly.Everything DAP does/says are the rakyat’s voice?Bull..

    The biggest “liar” is in Penang.He has no fault n no weaknesses.His administration is perfect.Bull…

    The biggest and most cunning among the “foxes” is in Selangor.With twisted and spinned facts she “preached” LOVE! Yet she hates the Malays and the Muslims.Pakai baju kurung..lagak and full of pretences.A fake and dishonest politician.Bull…

    Reply
  • 29. Mohd Salim  |  September 22, 2015 at 10:10 am

    After a long time, I think we are finally getting our act together. We need to teach these pendatangs some manners. This current generation does not understand the constitution. Article 153 gives us Bumiputra special rights. Please understand the meaning of ‘special’. Does it mean you are 2nd class? Perhaps, but then go somewhere else if you think you can have a better shot. However, if you decide to stay, understand the rules and play by them. Be grateful that we allow you the chance to earn a living and get an education. Go about your business quietly but do not think that after 58 years, you have suddenly become “tuan”. This is Tanah Melayu.

    Reply
    • 30. drinho  |  September 23, 2015 at 9:17 am

      How to teach the pendatang? Gathering thousands of Malays carrying banners and shouting slogans will not change anything. The pendatang won’t feel fear. You need to translate what you shout into real action. Eg, tutup SJKC. Now you have shouted. What next? If you merely shout, pendatang won’t give a damn. You need to really go and close the SJKC. Then only pendatang will respect you. Question is do you dare to go and close SJKC?

      Reply
      • 31. Mohd Salim  |  September 23, 2015 at 11:51 am

        Agreed. The Ball has been set in motion. Now we can start to enforce our special rights a bit more. Let’s start with education. No more places for non bum In courses like medicine, law, engineering and accountancy.

        Reply
      • 32. Mohd Salim  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:01 pm

        Actually drinho, this is the best time for Najib to act. In the past, We couldn’t go here for fear of losing the Chinese vote. Now, this is no longer a problem. U r right. We need to continue the momentum from the groundswell of MERAH.

        Reply
      • 33. Mohd Salim  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:36 pm

        It has begun………http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/abolishing-vernacular-schools-will-reduce-ethnic-strife-says-perak-mufti
        Now we need more Malay leaders to lend weight to this call.

        Reply
  • 34. Mohd Salim  |  September 23, 2015 at 11:56 am

    Income tax – gives Bumiputeras a discount similar to housing. In terms of the public sector we are already ok as pendatangs have few places at the top. Perhaps we should be bold and change the unwritten rule to a directive. No pendatangs above a certain rank. This can apply to the police and army, although it won’t make a substantive difference because there are very few of them anyway.

    Reply
    • 35. Where's The Justice  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:32 pm

      “In terms of the public sector we are already ok as pendatangs have few places at the top. Perhaps we should be bold and change the unwritten rule to a directive’

      Shhhhhh Mohd Salim!!! You are stating realities that will never be accepted when a non bumi voices them out. You do realise that you are actually portraying UMNO in a very bad light and are justifying why non bumis have turned against UMNO, right? You are actually batting for the other side, bro. You have inadvertently become a Dapster/Evangelista/Sneaky Christian etc.

      Welcome!

      Reply
      • 36. Mohd Salim  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:40 pm

        Wtj, I don’t want to get down to such gutter levels. You can play your games. Kak Helen, you are so right about the Chinese pendatangs who support the opposition.Their sneakiness is on another level.

        Reply
        • 37. Where's The Justice  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:52 pm

          I’m not being sneaky at all. Most of the UMNO supporters here will be very unhappy with what you are posting. Really dude, you are helping the anti UMNO brigade out every time you post. Keep up the great work!

          Reply
  • 38. Mohd Salim  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:21 pm

    All said and done, I take the long view. The ratio of pendatangs to Bumiputra has been reducing slowly but surely. The Chinese are down to less than 30 percent. If we take the back-of-envelope math, in another generation, say 30 years, they will be down to less than 20. Ultimately, if we can get to a ratio of 80/20, everything will work out fine.

    Reply
  • 39. Albert  |  September 23, 2015 at 12:55 pm

    “20. Mohd Salim | September 23, 2015 at 11:47 am
    My dear friend, 10 years ago, maybe. Now, we don’t need you anymore. We will be happy to keep pendatangs like Kak Helen. But the rest we are happy to see leave.”

    Wow, Helen, you have earned a special place in his heart!

    Reply

Dijemput memberi komen anda

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Trackback this post  |  Subscribe to the comments via RSS Feed


My blog, my like

Helen Ang

Recent Posts

RSS TKO — Tranungkite

  • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.

Kalender

September 2015
M T W T F S S
« Aug   Oct »
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
282930  

Pengunjung

  • 7,529,728 hits

Archives

Feeds


%d bloggers like this: