Why Sekinchan picked the symbolic red colour
Jamal Sekinchan thinks that Anthony Loke is Siew Yoke.
The Red Shirt boss believes that Loke (pix above) personifies the saying “You are what you eat”. Hannah Yeoh (pix above) eats Bak Kut Teh.
Madame Speaker’s colleague Ng Suee Lim (pix above) is rather greedy in wanting to be Selangor Deputy Speaker and in the process sidelining PAS. Thus some Umno bloggers call him “Cina babi”.
Tan Kok Wai is DAP chairman. He is seen above together with DAP old timers and newcomers who are the party’s reps in Parliament and the DUNs.
Tony Pua (not in pix) is ‘delusional’ and proud of it.
DAP’s Three Musketeers
Musketeer No.1 – Tony Pua
“I’m proud to be ‘delusional’,” evangelista Tony Pua declared in his Facebook entry yesterday. He was, of course, only grandstanding and saying it sarcastically in response to Singapore’s ambassador-at-large, Bilahari Kausikan.
Kausikan, a former permanent secretary for Singapore’s Foreign Affairs ministry had penned the following observation in The Straits Times (Singapore) two days ago.
“It is my impression that many young Malaysian Chinese have forgotten the lessons of May 13, 1969. They naively believe that the system built around the principle of Malay dominance can be changed. That may be why they abandoned MCA for the DAP. They are delusional. Malay dominance will be defended by any means.”
Pua’s commentary had appeared both in Malaysiakini under the headline ‘S’pore envoy confuses racial dominance with supremacism’ and in The Malay Mail headlined ‘We’re ‘delusional’ because we have hearts and souls, DAP man tells Singapore diplomat’.
On a side note
A short video clip of the capture of the dog can viewed HERE. According to regular commenter Mulan, the dog above was a female that was still nursing her pups. The murder of this mother dog by the Penang authorities have orphaned her litter of puppies.
I vehemently disagree that DAP people have a heart as claimed by Tony Pua. On the contrary, their support for the callous killing of thousands of dogs in Penang shows how heartless they are.
Meanwhile, the behaviour of Dapsters at other times can only be described as vicious, full of malice and not to mention bodoh sombong.
The brutal regime elected by and beloved of the Dapsters in Penang is just short of (canine) genocidal.
If they can treat harmless animals like this without any qualm of conscience, you shouldn’t ever assume that they will be any kinder to their human enemies.
Musketeer No.2 – Ong Kian Ming
Responding yesterday also to the diplomat, DAP election strategist Ong Kian Ming insinuated that what Kausikan really feared was Singapore succumbing to a contagion of “power transition”, should there be a successful regime change in Malaysia.
Kian Ming is employing the evangelista sneaky tactic of ‘simply accuse‘ through casting aspersions on the envoy’s motive. Kausikan, btw, is an advisor to the Singapore government on foreign policy.
The DAP evangelista Serdang MP also disparaged Kausikan’s reading of our current political battle as using a “narrow lens” – viewing it as a struggle between Chinese/non-Muslim and Malay/Muslim.
Kian Ming is one of those in-denial Firster ideologues unable to conceive the deep abhorrence and loathing with which his party is regarded. He fits Kausikan’s description of the “many young Malaysian Chinese have forgotten the lessons of May 13, 1969”.
BELOW: Unafraid of May 13, DAP deputy sec-gen P. Ramasamy dares the noisemakers to bring it on
Musketeer No.3 – P. Ramasamy
Penang Deputy Chief Minister (II) P. Ramasamy is the third DAP man to slam Kausikan for his “crude remarks” about May 13, Malaysiakini reported yesterday.
Ramasamy too made personal scathing attacks on the seasoned Singapore diplomat, saying, “He is still living in the 1950s and 1960s and does not realise how far Malaysia has moved forward in our ethnic relations”.
Speaking through Malaysiakini, Ramasamy challenged Kausikan whether he was “an apologist for the Malay racists”.
On Kausikan’s “gall” to say that young Malaysian Chinese have not learnt lessons from the May 13, Ramasamy asked which Chinese the Singapore diplomat was referring to – “Is it the DAP, MCA or Gerakan?”
Well actually, Chinese rejection of BN is almost complete across the board. MCA past president Ong Tee Keat and MCA former vice president Gan Ping Sieu are now standing with MCA ex-president Ling Liong Sik on the latter’s criticism of Najib Razak.
Ramasamy is not a Tamil Tiger
So he should just cease trying to act like a big cat who is king of the jungle.
Kausikan, the Singapore ambassador-at-large, had put across the point diplomatically when he said, “Malay dominance will be defended by any means”.
Norman Fernandez, a former DAP Johor deputy chairman, was more blunt. Post-Bersih 4.0, he wrote: “Malays will shed blood rather than give up political power … to the Chinese”.
BELOW: Invoking the Tentera Selempang Merah
Unlike the more level-headed Fernandez, Ramasamy is quite delusional. Even though the Penang DCM II is not young nor Chinese, he nonetheless fails to escape the delusion afflicting the Dapsters.
Ramasamy was questioned by police for his “bring it (on)” taunt aimed at, presumably, Umno. This kind of DAP behaviour is dangerous.