The followers are delusional, their leaders are two-faced

October 9, 2015 at 11:01 pm 16 comments

Suddenly the country is abuzz with “delusional”.

This is after a foreign policy advisor to the Singapore government (with the rank of ambassador) applied the word on the young Malaysian Chinese Bersih crowd who are the DAP hardcore and new cadres.

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The delusionists insist that Bersih 4.0 was non-partisan (delusional, yes?), not dominated by Chinese rally goers (another delusion) and its purpose was to demand good governance (positively schizophrenic, this).

Face of Bersih

Adrian Lim Chee En

Adrian Lim (above) was the most popular twit during Bersih 4.0, according to tweet tracker Politweet. He also started a cyber campaign called #WeAreMalaysians.

The dictionary defines delusional‘ to mean “having false or unrealistic beliefs or opinions“.

MCA is not getting the apology it demanded from Deputy Agriculture Minister Tajuddin Abdul Rahman for uttering orang Cina “nak kena lempang”.

So what does MCA do? It turns around and says, oh well, Mr T is too junior anyway for us to bother. Who cares?

Is the above another example of Chinese delusional, you think?

Tajuddin MCA kiamat

Firsters (we’re not ‘Chinese’) personality disorder

If MCA suffers from a “failure to recognize what is real”, then the DAP’s deliberately duplicitous split personality is worse.

Consider the latter’s two-facedness in applying for Aussie permanent residence (PR) in Tasmania but at the same time proclaiming themselves Bangsa ‘Anak Malaysia’ and declaring BN supporters to be “racist”.

HannahRejected

Check out an article today – see below – in The Ant Daily, a portal established by a media company belonging to former J-Star executive deputy chairman Clement Hii.

The article provides Malaysians with tips on how to manage their emigration to “greener pastures”.

How to plan the getaway

The Ant Daily interviews financial planner Catherine Khoo who advises the soon-to-be emigre to sell his/her car.

Financial consultant Chong Sui Wei discusses whether the wannabe emigrant should sell or maintain his/her house in Malaysia. Chong told The Ant Daily that some of her clients sold their big houses, rented out their smaller apartments and kept one apartment vacant for return on their holidays.

Meanwhile, a practical advice given by insurance broker Martin Yong is for the out migrant to cancel his/her medical plan.

Bersih 4 Chinese flag

“We’re all Malaysians …”

… until we get our green card, that is.

Notwithstanding their own preparations for Tasmania, these Firsters berate other folks for not putting ‘Malaysian First’ – like Lim Kit Siang.

If you’re like Muhyiddin Yassin who’s a Malay First, then you’re raciiiistt! in their eyes.

snake Malaysian First

Migrating to another country is an individual’s freedom of choice and freedom of movement. It’s his/her human right.

What’s not right, however, is the hypocrisy of browbeating others with their fake Firster ideology after they themselves (referring to DAP evangelical politicians) failed to acquire the desired PR in the Western countries.

And these kind of people have the heart to mock other Malaysians as being less Malaysian.

Two Faced Hannah Yeoh

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  • 1. Orangkampung  |  October 10, 2015 at 12:16 am

    Read somewhere that Bilahari’s response to the FB whining by TPua was along the line “Point proven, you are delusional”

    Btw, how come the star tak bagi MCA “stars” writing space macam MM bagi Grandpapa’s girl Dyana to write http://www.themalaymailonline.com/opinion/dyana-sofya/article/political-freedom-and-char-kuey-teow-on-a-chilly-london-night

    Oops forgot MCA tak ada stars after Chuah SL left.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  October 10, 2015 at 12:31 am

      ‘Stars’ are manufactured. MCA has permitted its multi-billion ringgit media empire to promote the DAP evangelistas (nothing too strange in light of the Star Media group itself had slipped under the control of the Nest of Evangelistas).

      I also reckon the J-Star chairman (the MCA nominee) is as dungu as he looks. So it’s not surprising that the evangelistas have got a free run of the Battlestar Galactica.

      Mr P. Gunasegaram was a former managing editor of the J-Star. Even he admits that the paper is owned by the MCA and run by the MIC for the benefit of the DAP,

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  • 3. AK47  |  October 10, 2015 at 12:44 am

    Ms H. As I said before many times, these loud-mouthed folks don’t last. I began to strut my stuff against the loud-mount Sings as long ago as 1954 ! Now I know the answer to the biz dealings of the MCA owned ‘The Star’ but the DAP staff. They are both in cahoots to prepare a safe passage into fortress Singapore in the event of nasty happenings in these parts. Remember what the Oracle of Singapore said, ‘ In crises, we must grow barnacles in our hearts.’ And then later, he said, ‘ This time, we will not open our doors to fleeing Malaysians !’ Acheh, Ms H ! Have ye put your name on their list ? No ?

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  • 4. Setem  |  October 10, 2015 at 1:48 am

    Helen – Things are blowing up on 1MDB issues. BNM just dropped a bombshell about 1MDB and AG got the worst hit. And yet you still haven’t commented on the issue.

    1MDB is “the” issue plaguing the country now. DAP’s menace will always be there. Could you take a hiatus from blogging on DAP and its loud-mouth delusional politicians, and start to comment on 1MDB? 1MDB MAY be Najib’s Waterloo. Your favourite UMNO man is seeing the beginning of a long dark tunnel.

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    • 5. Helen Ang  |  October 10, 2015 at 7:00 am

      But I’ve not been blogging on 1MDB. I don’t blog to defend it, and I’m not blogging to criticize it.

      It will require a lot of monitoring to keep up with the latest developments and details, i.e. accusations and 1MDB’s clarification and rebuttal. It also needs a knowledge and interest in financial matters.

      re: “1MDB MAY be Najib’s Waterloo. Your favourite UMNO man is seeing the beginning of a long dark tunnel.”

      To reiterate: I’m not on Najib’s payroll, I’m not on the cybertrooper roll and I’m not defending the PMO.

      I’m just afraid the other options may cost Putrajaya to be lost to the DAP.

      INSIDERS

      Zahid – How will he raise the funding required for the BN war chest in GE14?

      Hisham – How will he sidestep his indebtedness to KJ who delivered some crucial Youth votes that allowed HH to scrape through holding on by a whisker to his VP post?

      OUTSIDERS

      Muhyiddin – His past as Johor MB will be dug up. Also, what about the role of the Johor palace in a (hypothetical) Muhyiddin administration?

      xyz – A Mahathir proxy … how will this individual be any more independent or intelligent than Najib?

      LONG SHOTS

      KuLi – Too old

      Mukhriz – Too nice

      We have to be realistic in evaluating the hand we hold (in our deck of cards). What / who other viable choice do we have?

      You want to bring down Najib, you have to think ahead two steps about the replacement. We only have two-and-1/2 years to go before the next election has to be called.

      If Najib sinks anytime in the next six months and the fallout lingers another six months (optimistic estimate), that leaves BN only one-and-1/2 years years to prepare. BN will not be able to recover in time.

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      • 6. Setem  |  October 10, 2015 at 11:23 am

        Helen – I never accuse you to be Najib’s paid blogger, and I don’t think you are.

        You put too much hope on Najib to the extend that that you think BN will fall if Najib is not the BN President.

        I have written earlier that you shouldn’t underestimate the capability of the rest of UMNO Vice Presidents and other hopefuls amongst the top echelons of UMNO.

        Obviously you do not understand UMNO that well.

        Obviously you do not understand Malay that well too.

        Push come to shove, Malays will do whatever necessary to maintain the current political scenario.

        You didn’t get the REAL significance of the recent Red Shirt rally. It is akin to the unprecedented public protests by the appear-to-be-docile Malays against Malayan Union that caught the British by surprise.

        UMNO can beat DAP, without Najib. Keep that in mind.

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        • 7. Helen Ang  |  October 10, 2015 at 12:28 pm

          re: “Helen – I never accuse you to be Najib’s paid blogger, and I don’t think you are.”

          Thank you. I know you haven’t. Just putting a disclaimer because our political landscape is such that some Tun fans think anyone who criticizes him must be paid from that convenient RM2.6b piggy bank.

          re: “You put too much hope on Najib to the extend that that you think BN will fall if Najib is not the BN President.”

          Comfort level. His bespoken suits, impeccable English and cosmopolitan background makes him more favourable to a suburban Chinese like me. It’s partly putting our faith in the Umno aristocracy and partly the Razak legacy.

          re: “I have written earlier that you shouldn’t underestimate the capability of the rest of UMNO Vice Presidents and other hopefuls amongst the top echelons of UMNO.”

          Which one?

          re: “Obviously you do not understand UMNO that well. Obviously you do not understand Malay that well too.”

          :) Unfortunately the chairman of Umno social media bureau is Cocodilly.

          I doubt that the lot of them, Mr CPGA 3.85 included, can help the public understand Umno, and that’s why Umno has been unfairly saddled with the reputation of “racist” that the evangelistas have successfully peddled.

          re: “Push come to shove, Malays will do whatever necessary to maintain the current political scenario.”

          I’m not underestimating that. I see Umno and PAS coming together. But like I said before, it is Najib whom TG Hadi Awang and TG Haron Din like.

          re: “You didn’t get the REAL significance of the recent Red Shirt rally. It is akin to the unprecedented public protests by the appear-to-be-docile Malays against Malayan Union that caught the British by surprise.”

          Oh I got the significance alright. That’s why I asked Umno to take possession of the Merah Movement, see https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/09/23/merah-itu-umno-please-own-it/

          re: “UMNO can beat DAP, without Najib. Keep that in mind.”

          Aside from Chua Soi Lek (ditaruh paling teruk oleh RBAs), Ridhuan Tee and to a lesser extent Muhyiddin, it is Najib and his wife are the people who kena kaw-kaw from DAP.

          It’s a baptism of hell fire.

          After Bersih 4.0 and what the protesters did – like pantomiming the sodomy of the rubber chicken – Najib is among those who know from experience what the DAP is capable of, i.e. the gutter standard of the party leaders and their followers.

          I’d like to see a BN chairman who is aware of the extent of What-Kind-of-People the political opponents are, rather than a man who not had any brush with the DAP before.

          To deal with the DAP, you need hardliners like Deng Xiaoping and Li Peng who were the China leaders in 1989 when the tanks rolled in Tiananmen Square. Or you need a Lee Kuan Yew.

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    • 8. Helen Ang  |  October 10, 2015 at 7:04 am

      Postscript:

      It’s not as if any Najib successor will be able to overturn unpopular policies like GST or make inflation go down.

      Azmin taking over from Khalid Ibrahim still signed the water agreements.

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      • 9. Setem  |  October 10, 2015 at 11:28 am

        Azmin will do anything that works in his favour; like adding more zeros to the right side of his bank account balance.

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    • 10. AK47  |  October 10, 2015 at 8:40 am

      Setem. Sir, It is our iconic national institutions which make up the checks and balances in our democracy. Without them, it is a dictatorship.

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  • 11. amir yusof  |  October 10, 2015 at 4:12 am

    To me some Malaysians I.e, the “transit” ethnic Chinese thinks can be more prospers and feels truly independent body ,mind and soul if they migrate to another country’.
    Compare to the one’s who is truly hard working bersyukur and knows where”s their “roots” lie ,” di mana bumi dipijak di situ langit dijunjung” .

    They blindly dance to the tunes that “the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence” . The far away lands is not so “magical”
    that one hopes to be .

    The peoples is also different their values is strange to us .


    I guess the one’s whom “can’t make it there” , by the way a lot of them shamelessly come home trying to “cover” their “muka merah”
    , surprisingly is the loudest and with their temper tantrum antics has the audacity to teach Malaysian what’s wrong in the country .

    As if most of us is “deaf” and “blind” .

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    • 12. Abdullah  |  October 10, 2015 at 8:15 am

      “Every soul will taste death. You will be recompensed fully on the Day of Resurrection (for good or evil). Anyone who is (at that time) distanced from the Fire and admitted to the Garden, has succeeded. But the life of this world is only the enjoyment of delusion (transient pleasures).” (Quran 3:185)

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  • 13. beastofburden  |  October 10, 2015 at 6:04 am

    For someone in stature of Bilahari’ to make a legitimate point it sure has riled up the chinaman. Further more a statement from a indian and singaporean will start the chinamans red beaners to work overtime, lets wait and see what racist remarks start coming out.

    Typical dap attitude they think that only they know their game book ,until someone comes along and makes a touch down.

    “delusional”……..hope someone from Bn with some grey matter will use the word to put a fire under the chinaman asses.Make statements with it like “‘these delusional party”‘ or delusional ppl think everybody else is wrong but not themselves. Tweet it , facebook it , the word “delusional”. Make the bloggers use it , utilise it ,

    MAKE “delusional” THE BRANDING FOR DAP

    Question? What does dd mean?

    Everybody knows the answer right

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    • 14. Orangkampung  |  October 10, 2015 at 8:39 am

      The delusionals are loudly asking the PM and Wisma Putra to call up Bilahari. Seriously showing their state of delusion since the man is not an ambassador to this country but holds the position of ambassador at large.

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  • 15. Zack234  |  October 10, 2015 at 9:36 am

    Helen – have you read in it’s entirety Bilahari’s opinion piece in the print edition of the Singapore Straits Times?

    If you have, you would know that his comments are directed at a Singaporean audience.

    In his rejoinder to Pua’s and Ong’s comments, Bilahari wished ALL Malaysians well.

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  • 16. Rossab  |  October 10, 2015 at 3:40 pm

    I have the best candidate as PM but he is very low profile that nobody seems to notice him
    This guy is intelligent, he has good academic background

    He has good religious background
    He has got alot of business and corporate experiance
    And he has grass root supports politically

    Guess he will make a good PM

    Reply

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