2015: Year the Malays saw red

December 24, 2015 at 12:54 am 18 comments

Yup, I’m talking about the Red Rally of 16 Sept 2015.

The photo below – click to enlarge – shows the Himpunan Merah massed at the gate of Chinatown. What do you think the Red Shirts would have done if the FRU barricade had not held them back?

Photo credit: The Rakyat Post,  SM Amin

Photo credit: The Rakyat Post, SM Amin

What kind of people can make other people react like this?

Portuguese invaders occupied Malacca from 1511 to 1641. That’s a rule of 130 years. Malays subjugated by these first white colonizers did not mengamok.

The Dutch ruled Malacca between 1641 and 1825. That makes it 184 years that Malays were under the rule of another set of white invaders. The Malays did not mengamok against the Dutch either.

Then came the English who not only ruled over Malacca as part of the Straits Settlements but pretty much colonized the entire peninsula. In 1791, the British claimed Penang island making it the starting date of the British colonization of Malaya.

Discounting a short period during World War Two, Malaya was part of the British empire in the Far East for a period of 166 years. Although there was the assassination of JWW Birch, the Malays never otherwise mengamok against the British rulers.

The Japanese occupation of Tanah Melayu began on 8 Dec 1941 and lasted until 4 Sept 1945 when Japan’s imperial army surrendered to the Allied forces who were victors of WWII. Malays were under the rule of the Japanese for a total of three years nine months. They did not mengamok against the Japanese invaders either.

The interregnum refers to the very brief period when Malaya fell to the Chinese insurgents who had taken up arms during the war. Following the withdrawal of Japanese troops on 14 Aug 1945, the Bintang Tiga seized control. The communists were de facto rulers of the land, so to speak, until 3 Sept 1945 when British troops returned.

Malaya was under the rule of Chinese communists for a mere 20 days. In those three weeks, the Malays mengamok against the Cina komunis to the extent that areas in Perak and Johor where the clashes occurred flowed with rivers of blood.

To recap the timeline …

Tanah Melayu dijajah kaum asing:

  • Portugis — 130 tahun — Melayu takde amok
  • Belanda — 184 tahun — Melayu takde amok
  • Inggeris — 166 tahun — Melayu takde amok
  • Jepun — 3-¾ tahun — Melayu takde amok pun
  • Cina — 3 minggu — Melayu amok sakan

In fact, amok against the communists was so intense that there were more deaths during that 20-day interregnum of 1945 than there were during May 13.

So what was it about ad hoc Chinese rule that made the Malays go berserk when close to 450 years (combined) of colonization by various occupiers – Portuguese, Dutch, English and Japanese – had nowhere near the same catastrophic effect?

CLUE: Look at the behaviour of present-day Bintang Lima who are the spiritual heirs of the B3 terrorists in the jungle.

You begin to understand the lessons taught by history and why these inheritors of the communist saka are likewise making the Malays of today feel besieged. If there were no Bintang Lima, there would not be any Baju Merah in retaliation.

Jamal Sekinchan

MCA memang tak mampu sekolahkan kaumnya

Ali Tinju – pix below – asks that MCA “sekolahkan kaum kamu dulu (kerana) bangsa kamu adalah penipu”.

Ali TinjuLogically speaking, there are too many Chinese for us to be stereotyped as “cheaters” all.

Worldwide, including members of the diaspora, there are some 1,160,000,000 Han Chinese. Such a big number obviously cannot be pigeonholed into one racial character trait as Ali Tinju suggests.

However there is a small group of political ringleaders – identifiable and countable – who have no compunction to fitnah, tipu and berputar belit.

Fart on punching bag

A Bersih 4.0 rally goer farting on Najib’s (sic) face

No hope, no cure

With regard to the Kota Raya phone traders, Ali Tinju asks, “Adakah mereka (MCA) setuju tindakan peniaga Cina itu?”

This question is better asked as to whether MCA agrees with the actions of the scissorati who are employed in the media group owned by the party.

Ali Tinju: “Adakah pemimpin MCA tidak ada kerja lain menyalahkan kaum lain sedangkan kaum kamu buat hal, kurang ajar dan menipu?”

A more relevant question: Why was MCA so reluctant to chastize the Bersih 4.0 participants whose antics crossed the line and what action has the party taken against its former president Ling Liong Sik who attended the Bersih Global rally in Perth?

Source: ProjekMMO news item on Dec 22 for the Ali Tinju quotes

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18 Comments Add your own

  • 1. tebing tinggi  |  December 24, 2015 at 7:59 am

    Thus ,it’s only shows one thing ,that how bad the Chinese are .

    Reply
    • 2. Helen Ang  |  December 24, 2015 at 10:24 am

      The communist Bintang Tiga have evolved into the evangelist Bintang Lima.

      Reply
  • 3. Cina  |  December 24, 2015 at 9:03 am

    More relevant question is who the fuck does Ali Tunku think he is??

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  December 24, 2015 at 9:49 am

      Where did you learn how to use the ‘f’ word in every sentence?

      Btw, I do not think the generic moniker ‘Cina’ suits you. You sound more like the ones calling themselves Anak Bangsa Malaysia.

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      • 5. Spectre  |  December 24, 2015 at 10:34 am

        He’s a product of the La Salle schools. That’s where he learnt to use the f word. These people……..using Cina as moniker suits hm because he gets to provoke the Malays and at the same time shame and insult the Chinese, people like you and me. So typical of the Anak Bangsa Malaysia type. Having jettisoned their Chinese heritage what’s left of them is the La Salle credo. Yellow outside and white inside. You ask him what the word 耻 means and see how he responds.

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        • 6. Helen Ang  |  December 24, 2015 at 10:38 am

          re: “So typical of the Anak Bangsa Malaysia type.”

          Sneaky bastards.

          re: “You ask him what the word 耻 means and see how he responds.”

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          • 7. Melayu Malaysia  |  December 24, 2015 at 12:03 pm

            Shows lack of manners, culture, decorum and certainly short of being qualified as a human being but certainly belonging to the dumps.

            Too bad he is Malaysian, or is he?

            Reply
  • 8. Equalizer.  |  December 24, 2015 at 12:51 pm

    I think the malays as demonstrated by Ali Tinju does not know how to fight back using psychology. They are using brawns than brains. Basically BN does not have a good team of strategist to fight DAP in a psychological battle.

    When you are dealing with “sneaky bastards”, you do not send in a boxer or a school teacher. You must send in a psychological ” tai chi master “.

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    • 9. veteran  |  December 24, 2015 at 2:19 pm

      At times brawns are relevant.Kota Raya incident is one of them.Cannot teach a cheater with mere psychology.

      I don’t agree with them though.

      Reply
  • 10. Mulan Malaysia  |  December 24, 2015 at 4:52 pm

    Maulid Rasul wishes from DAP

    https://mobile.twitter.com/hannahyeoh/status/679946996908560384

    Reply
    • 11. Mulan Malaysia  |  December 24, 2015 at 5:12 pm

      BTW. Who is this Steven Sim? Remember doggie bite church member, all doggies die fame.

      Reply
      • 12. Helen Ang  |  December 24, 2015 at 5:26 pm

        I’m not convinced that his photograph is that of a dog bite.

        Reply
    • 13. Helen Ang  |  December 24, 2015 at 5:27 pm

      If you’re on Facebook, may I suggest that you follow the Madame … hint, nudge-nudge.

      Reply
  • 14. drinho  |  December 25, 2015 at 3:25 pm

    Why still peddle the rally on 16 Sept? Based on the numbers of the subsequent 2 rallies, i.e. Himpunan Selamatkan Selangor and the Kota Raya rally isn’t it obvious that the Red Shirt movement has lost momentum?

    FRU must be commended for doing its job in protecting civilians and public assets. Not easy to provoke a mass riot nowadays whether long racial, religious or political lines.

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    • 15. Helen Ang  |  December 25, 2015 at 4:00 pm

      re: “Why still peddle the rally on 16 Sept?”

      It was the watershed sopo event of 2015. We’ve had Bersih 1,2 & 3 earlier but the Red Rally was the first time.

      re: “Based on the numbers of the subsequent 2 rallies, i.e. Himpunan Selamatkan Selangor and the Kota Raya rally isn’t it obvious that the Red Shirt movement has lost momentum?”

      The two events that you mention did not connect with Malay sentiments. A ruckus over h/p purchases is not the same as an issue over Islam, like say Alvin’s toilet paper stunt.

      Now you’re going to say that there were no riots following Alvin’s provocation. I’m going to counter that there was a conscious news blackout, which means that the media sector was sufficiently wary that something could have erupted.

      re: “Not easy to provoke a mass riot nowadays whether long racial, religious or political lines.”

      The Red Rally got a crowd of tens of thousands despite Umno not doing anything to promote it and the oppo and their media going all out to demonize the event.

      Note that no Umno big names with any currency had attended. Furthermore, its leaders Ali Tinju and Jamal Sekinchan have the reputation of being renegades.

      Imagine if the government and Umno machinery had backed the recruitment of participants, or if there was a charismatic leader – say the calibre of (PAS’s) Nik Abduh – to take the lead.

      Could there have been a riot that day in Chinatown? Yes, if the FRU had not held the line. Note that China’s ambassador took the matter seriously enough to inwant to tervene in the follow-up.

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      • 16. Spectre  |  December 25, 2015 at 4:29 pm

        The ambassador took the matter seriously because if something bad happens it will affect relations between Malaysia and China.

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      • 17. drinho  |  December 27, 2015 at 7:29 pm

        re: conscious news blackout

        In this day of Internet, I would say any attempt to black out any news will be futile. Moreover, what will a demo in Malaysia achieve? Will Alvin be punished by the US authorities? He has gone hiding for quite some time. Any attempt by authorities to extradite him has proven to be futile. The Malays were aware of the toilet paper fiasco and also knew that any demo will be useless.

        Moreover, why should only the Malays in Malaysia be offended by Alvin? Islam does not belong to Malays exclusively. I don’t remember reading any Muslim community in any part of the world protesting against Alvin.

        re: The Red Rally got a crowd of tens of thousands despite Umno not doing anything to promote it and the oppo and their media going all out to demonize the event.

        It was an Umno sanctioned event despite the lack of presence of Umno top guns. In politics, support can be tacit. Just like Bersih’s affiliation with opposition parties.

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        • 18. Helen Ang  |  December 27, 2015 at 8:39 pm

          re: “I don’t remember reading any Muslim community in any part of the world protesting against Alvin.”

          Elementary my dear Watson. Since the newspapers and news portals blacked out, it didn’t make international news.

          re: “It was an Umno sanctioned event despite the lack of presence of Umno top guns.”

          I suspect The Prez waffled and didn’t sanction. The rally was last minute and caca marba.

          Reply

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