They are cheerleading the China ambassador.
Plus, look at some of the things they’ve been saying in the comments section of international publications. Below are reader comments to the Sept 24 story ‘Playing with fire‘ in The Economist.
The renowned London-based business newspaper/magazine article on the Red Shirts’ attempted incursion into Petaling Street-Chinatown reported that a “floundering government risks igniting ethnic tensions” in our country.
Firster readers responded, “Send those anti-Chinese Malays into Stone Age” and “American should send in ‘peacekeeping’ forces to show the Muslims that America does not believe Muslims can self govern” – see below.
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More reader comments can be read at http://www.economist.com/node/21667969/comments#comments
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The article in The Economist had reported:
“Critics say that state-sponsored favouritism has hooked Malays on handouts and government jobs, and helped to enrich the country’s elites—at the same time as enraging ethnic-Chinese citizens, and driving some of the most talented of them abroad.”
According to the dictionary, the word ‘enrage’ means “anger, infuriate, incense, madden, inflame”.
Chinese, oops, I mean Anak Bangsa Malaysia are a bunch of bananas (yellow-shirted) who are angered, infuriated, incensed, maddened and inflamed by — what? The passage above in The Economist implies that they are enraged by Article 153 and the NEP.
But just like crafty chameleons, some sneaky bastards in the evangelical party are cunning enough to hide their angry and inflamed feelings behind a pious camouflage …
… except when they’re pricked into threatening to make police reports due to the risk of their seemingly devout ‘skin’ (apparel, head covering) being peeled off.