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.
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 (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 “ “.
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?
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”.
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.
“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.
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.