Mat Sabu makan nasi putih, minum air kosong

January 25, 2016 at 10:27 pm 34 comments

Since our attention this week is riveted on Kedah, one little factoid previously pointed out by regular commenter Shamshul Anuar came to my mind.

It’s about how Mat Sabu is beset by a losing streak.

BELOW: The party chiefs of PKR, DAP and PAN

Mat Sabu stooge

Pendang Parliament seat in Kedah

1999

  • Fadzil Noor, PAS menang (22,413 undi)
  • Othman Abdul, Umno kalah (19,474 undi)

2004

  • Mohd Hayati Othman, PAS menang 24,430
  • Md Rozai Shafian, Umno kalah 24,380

2008

  • Mohd Hayati Othman, PAS menang 27,311
  • Md Rozai Shafian, Umno kalah 23,238

2013

  • Othman Abdul, Umno menang 32,165
  • Mat Sabu, PAS kalah 29,527

Mat Sabu hanya kokok berderai-derai (ayam sabung) in the ceramah circuit but when it comes to real election results, he has little success to show.

He is the perfect mirror to PAN’s subservient relationship in DAP-dominated Harapan.

Mat Sabu Guan Eng

Three-time loser

Mat Sabu, loser … #1

Pendang was the seat belonging to the late PAS president Fadzil Noor. PAS held the seat in GE10, GE11 and GE12.

However in GE13 when the Pendang seat was given to Mat Sabu to contest, the hopeless bugger lost it for his parti Islam.

Mat Sabu, loser … #2

In 2008, Mat Sabu contested the Parliament seat of Kuala Terengganu. He lost to Umno Youth’s Razali Ismail.

Raja Kamarul Bahrin snatched Kuala Terengganu for PAS in 2013.

Mat Sabu, loser … #3

In 2004, Mat Sabu contested the Parliament seat of Kuala Kedah. He lost to Umno’s Hashim Jahaya.

In the following election 2008 however, PKR’s Ahmad Kassim managed to defeat the Umno incumbent.

Although Mat Sabu is a non-performer, yet he has been backed to become the president of PAN — a party whose entry into Harapan is sponsored by DAP.

Mat Sabu Guan Eng

Why DAP is cultivating a loser like Mat Sabu

The photo below illustrates the relationship between the DAP boss and his macai:

  • Mat Sabu makan nasi putih; Guan Eng’s plate has various lauk-pauk in it
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  • Mat Sabu’s glass is air kosong; Guan Eng’s glass is air sirap
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  • Mat Sabu is eating with his hand; Guan Eng’s plate has a fork and a spoon on it

Guan Eng Mat Sabu

Being seated beside Mat Sabu provides Guan Eng a photo op to show the gullible Malay audience that DAP is mesra Melayu dan ikut adat makan tangan.

Guan Eng, however, is only faking for the camera as the fork and spoon were clearly in use on his plate. And his fingers look so kekok, anyway.

Guan Eng Mat Sabu

PAN — a party of low achievers

PAN president Mat Sabu is not a Parliamentarian and thus not participating in policy debates in the Dewan.

PAN deputy president Salahuddin Ayub is not a current MP either. During GE13, he failed to unseat Umno in his dual challenge for Johor Parliament seat of Pulai and Johor DUN seat of Nusajaya.

Ikram’s Hasanuddin Mohd Yunus is a PAN vice president. He is not a YB.

Mohd Anuar Mohd Tahir of Abim is the PAN sec-gen. In his last political foray in 2008, Anuar contested the Bintong state seat in Perlis. He lost, obtaining a mere 2,772 votes.

GuanEngMatSabu

The president, deputy president, vice president (I) and sec-gen of PAN are all not YBs.


As comparison, PKR president Wan Azizah, deputy president Azmin Ali, vice presidents Nurul Izzah, Tian Chua and Shamshul Iskandar Akin as well as sec-gen Rafizi Ramli are all MPs.


The highest ranking PAN leader in Parliament is Mujahid Yusuf who is party vice president (II).

Mujahid, who’s the Parti Buntar MP, is seated in the Dewan front row between DAP opposition leader Lim Kit Siang and his son, DAP sec-gen Lim Guan Eng (pix below).

Mujahid sandwich

How is PAN being useful to the DAP?

The formal opposition pact called Pakatan Harapan comprises DAP, PKR and PAN.

Between them, Harapan has a total of 72 MPs out of whom 37 are from DAP. This majority gives DAP a 51.4 percent strength in the coalition, making the evangelical party the most powerful.

Of the 72 Harapan MPs:

– Malays (23)
– Chinese (38)
– Indians & Karpal Jr Punjabis (9)
– Borneo native (1)
– bangsa Anak Malaysia (1)

Malays make up only 31.9 percent of the Harapan MPs while the non-Malays are 66.7 percent.

(Note: I’ve not included Bukit Bendera MP Zairil Khir Johari in either the Malay or non-Malay categories.)


guan eng mansor othman

DAP using and discarding PKR Malays

The man who is hooked awkwardly to Guan Eng’s right arm above is Mansor Othman of PKR. He was Penang’s Malay quota Deputy Chief Minister (June 2009 – May 2013).

Before Mansor, Penang’s Malay quota Deputy Chief Minister was Mohammad Fairus Khairuddin (March 2008 – April 2009).

Penang’s present Malay quota Deputy Chief Minister is Mohd Rashid Hasnon.

Pakatan only started ruling Penang in 2008. Yet in the 7 years, 10-½ months of Pakatan rule, Penang is already into its third Malay DCM. Guan Eng changes his Malay deputies like a baby changes diapers.

mansor-guaneng crop

ABOVE: It doesn’t take long before DAP’s relationship with its erstwhile Malay allies turn sour


Protuns utilized by Dapsters to hoodwink Malays

From the strength of the Chinese MPs in Harapan, it’s quite clear that DAP is the one calling the shots.

PAN is perceived as being used – Melayu cakap ‘ditunggang’ atau ‘dikaldaikan’ – oleh DAP untuk memancing sokongan.

The icky photo below reflects the kind of cloying relationship that the Malay Protuns have with the Chinese Dapsters.

Mat Sabu Guan Eng touch sentuh

In fact, the DAP-PAN relationship depicted above reminds me of a Protun site operated by a Malay male blogger that’s become the stomping ground for Komtar operatives to freely spew vitriol and spread lies.

The Dapster chameleons infesting this particular Protun blog will morph to appear to be pro-Tun or pro-Mukhriz (flavour of the moment) or pro/anti whatever to suit the prevailing climate … as long as the Protuns are willing to Ali Baba their black propaganda.

Keep your eyes and ears peeled and see if Tun’s own actions are, inadvertently, all to the DAP’s benefit.

Evaluate for yourself also how the Protuns have permitted the sneaky Dapsters to turn their cyberspace into hate sites.

Recommended read:

Kit Siang: “Mat Sabu never an agent, stooge or puppet of DAP”

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  • 1. shamshul anuar  |  January 25, 2016 at 11:13 pm

    Helen,

    As I mentioned many many times, Mohd Sabu is viewed as “maharajalawak” in Malay politics. He is popular but perceived more like “tukang karut”. In crude language, he is deemed as “tak guna”.

    He lost 3times consecutively in last 3 elections. So, actually he is not relevant. For a Malay politician to be taken seriously, he or she must win in Malay area. Mukhriz locked horn in Malay majority area and he won. He earns the right to be taken seriously. The same goes to UMNO MP for Kulim or Kota Tinggi. Likewise, Hadi won in Trengganu. He has the credential to claim representing malay voices.

    The thing with DAP is that it loves these rejected Malays. For any malay to be in good book of DAP, he/she must submit to DAP. UMNO is hated as DAP view Malays not good enough to rule. To DAP, for UMNO to be ruling a county is a sin. A malay to DAP is inherently inferior. a Mlaay should behave like DAP. He must attack the Malays to be accepted by DAP.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  January 25, 2016 at 11:37 pm

      re: “As I mentioned many many times, Mohd Sabu is viewed as “maharajalawak” in Malay politics.”

      See, Shamshul. The tactic of tireless repetition really works!

      You kept repeating your complaint about Mat Sabu, and I took note.

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      • 3. shamshul anuar  |  January 25, 2016 at 11:46 pm

        Helen,

        Actually quite a number of my Chinese friends are upset when I told them that Mohd Sabu or his political party, PAN, is unable to attract enough Malays in order for PAN to be taken seriously.

        And I keep repeating about Mohd sabu as I know him to be nothing more of “court jester”. Malaysia certainly can do without this kind of politician.

        And PAS may want to forget how Mohd sabu immortalised the word “aljub….” and at the same breath challenging Tun to sack Anwar.

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        • 4. Helen Ang  |  January 25, 2016 at 11:56 pm

          re: “Malaysia certainly can do without this kind of politician.”

          This kind of politician useful to be exploited by the DAP evangelistas.

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          • 5. Mulan  |  January 26, 2016 at 10:00 am

            “The thing with DAP is that it loves these rejected Malays. ”
            “Actually quite a number of my Chinese friends are upset when I told them that Mohd Sabu or his political party, PAN, is unable to attract enough Malays in order for PAN to be taken seriously.”

            You would have to wonder whether the fielding of those rejected Malays are for fishing Malay votes or quintessentially for the fishing of Chinese votes.Me thinks, the latter.
            The inclusion of PAS in Pakatan Rakyat was because PAS was the “loser” party. The country bumpkin party. When the country bumpkins speaks loudly then DAP is scared. That is why they need another “loser” party – ta-dah PAN.
            In fact the Malays in DAP are just mere tokens. Party members themselves don’t even want to vote for them. The DAP Malays (to the Malays and Chinese) are sad to say like MCA Chinese to the Chinese.
            They deserve the following logo

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    • 6. calvinsankaran  |  January 26, 2016 at 9:49 am

      Actually I have noted Mat Sabu spends most of his time in Penang as he has been given several plum positions in Penang GLCs by Tokong.

      It is true the Chinese in Penang gets very upset when we tell them that Mat Sabu has zero political capital among Malays.

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      • 7. Helen Ang  |  January 26, 2016 at 10:20 am

        re: “Mat Sabu spends most of his time in Penang”

        At beck and call.

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      • 8. What Is This  |  January 26, 2016 at 10:30 am

        He is used as soap by the DAP whenever they are in a sticky situation hence some Malays label him as Mat Sabun.

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        • 9. Helen Ang  |  January 26, 2016 at 10:47 am

          And his party, Pan Pathetic.

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  • 10. Kuasai Kerajaan Melayu  |  January 25, 2016 at 11:46 pm

    Mat Sabu budak bodoh finding it politics in malaysia is an easy way to cari makan and sedikit glamer to attract women. eg Raja Bahrin, PAS, managed to attract malay jazz singer to marry him..hehe jazz halal bro..
    Then there is ismail kijo..third wife! Mat Sabu..and Mah..
    So its just one way to cari makan or cari perempuan for losers..

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  • 11. KM  |  January 26, 2016 at 12:51 am

    Helen,

    It can’t be that wrong if a male blogger, Malay or not, wants to impersonate if he has in his mind a target of blog visitors, or can he?

    For instance if he intends to attract kids, he can impersonate as a bear and starts a blog called Life of a Polar Bear, or something.

    “Today I am so tired, want to sleep, okay. I had a nice dinner with my ex boyfriend a Malay Tapir, but he kept talking about his girlfriend Zing Zeng the Sichuan Panda..”

    That will be nice, okay.

    Don’t be so mean la you, okay.

    I am really so tired of it. If the target is those so-called moderates, Malaysia Malaysians who prefer an obscure race such as mixed blood awek (bangsa Malaysia), neither Chinese nor Malay type of DAP YBs, what’s so wrong with the male Malay blogger’s blog? It’s entertaining okay, and it is successful as it has achieved its target.

    I am going to sleep now.

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    • 12. Helen Ang  |  January 26, 2016 at 1:29 am

      re: “I am going to sleep now.”

      This line you parodied, when mouthed breathily by an imaginary awek cun, is meant to be a come-on. It is crafted to appeal to red-blooded male readers who indulge in fantasies of Japanese anime girls.

      However when reality sinks in that it is actually a middle-aged Malay man saying that … ROTFL at his gullible readership.

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      • 13. Spectre  |  January 26, 2016 at 9:28 am

        You know, a certain Chinese ultra must be wondering ‘what the f*** that girl is a man !” l o l and if you had read some of his recent pieces he was in some sort of a ‘relationship’ with that awek cun l o l ! So after the lovefest it turns out the girl is actually a man l o l

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      • 14. KM  |  January 26, 2016 at 11:34 pm

        As far as history can recall, the problem started after a post called “oh no! Sister is angry with Polar Bear”, or something like that.

        Since then, Polar Bear subtly and knowingly or unknowingly poked venom here and there.. until Sister probably thought enough is enough.

        Everyone was feeling surprised, as Polar Bear claimed to be as innocent as its white fur, and everyone had no problem believing in it. After all, Polar Bear’s boyfriend the Malay Tapir had fallen for Zing Zeng the Sichuan Panda, where no motorbike big enough could console little Miss Polar Bear…. not even three packets of Marlboro Light straight. That’s what was called ‘public sympathy’.

        So when everyone started to weep for little Miss Polar Bear, suddenly the truth came out under the Antarctic sunshine: it is not a Polar Bear, it is actually a Walrus cloaked in white synthetic fur!!

        Oh my god!

        And what happen next would be interesting, because Uncle Walrus no longer need to be ladylike, or to act as such, because the truth is known to the public.

        So Uncle Walrus went home and straight to the attics, and dug out all the old stuff, and found an old video cassette (which runs on VHS system), and shouted in the neighbourhood: look what I found! look what I found!

        End of episode 1.

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        • 15. KM  |  January 27, 2016 at 12:31 am

          Uncle Walrus has friends, or would it be more accurate to called them ‘followers’?

          Some of these followers were actually love-charmed by the minyak dagu which Uncle Walrus found in a wash-ashored broken ship of a once Bugis pirate who had lost his way. It was a powerful spell, indeed.

          For one follower would say to Uncle Walrus, “Miss, I don’t care if you are not a real polar bear, I would love you with all my heart. Please continue to pretend to be a polar bear, for I will be lost as if in the abyss of the Pacific Ocean if the polar bear in my heart should disappear forever!”

          And Uncle Walrus knows exactly the potency of his love potion, for he knew exactly how many times his followers actually asking ‘her’ to tie the knot. That of course include some hadjee living in the old 15th century capital in the Malay Peninsular..

          And so Uncle Walrus believes that the end is yet to approach, even if the shocking truth came out so ugly upon him, and made him felt like a clown.

          “A clown, indeed I am,” Uncle Walrus nodded and grinned,”but I will be the Clown of Stephen King. Ha ha ha ha !”

          And he said to his followers “okay lah, I’m pleased to entertain you all.”

          End of episode 2.

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    • 16. AE  |  January 26, 2016 at 4:45 am

      I don’t know who you two are talking about but a man pretending to be a polar bear and a man masquerading as a woman is not the same thing especially when it is done to attract an audience. The former is a FICTION and the latter is a LIE. One is a product of imagination and the other is meant to deceive. See the diff?

      But then if you like amoi with deep voice and stubbly chin who are we to judge…

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    • 17. I Am Woman  |  January 26, 2016 at 9:23 am

      “For instance if he intends to attract kids, he can impersonate as a bear and starts a blog called Life of a Polar Bear, or something.”

      If he is an adult and he did this, we would all be correct in assuming he is a pedophile or soon-to-be a pedophile.

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  • 18. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  January 26, 2016 at 2:36 am

    Helen,

    OK, so from controlling 37 seats, the Chinese now control 51% of Pakatan Harapan.

    Gotcha. I understand that 100%.

    And that 51% control of Pakatan Harapan will become 100% Chinese control of Putrajaya in PRU14.

    And the Malays will suffer when that happens.

    Gotcha. I understand that 100%.

    Meanwhile, the Malays in the UMNO seats, the PAS seats, the PKR seats, the Amanah seats, and all the other 185 seats (222-37) will sit there quietly saying nothing and doing nothing.

    Gotcha. I understand that 100%.

    Just think, all that from 37 seats in the Dewan Rakyat.

    Waaahhhh!! Unbelievably incredible, ain’t it? :)

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    • 19. Helen Ang  |  January 26, 2016 at 10:18 am

      re: “OK, so from controlling 37 seats, the Chinese now control 51% of Pakatan Harapan. Gotcha. I understand that 100%.”

      Your understanding is faulty. DAP controls 51.4 percent of the Harapan MP count.

      The Chinese (not including Zairil) are 52.8 percent of the Harapan MPs. Don’t forget that PKR has Chinese MPs like Tian Chua, Wong Chen, etc.

      re: “And that 51% control of Pakatan Harapan will become 100% Chinese control of Putrajaya in PRU14.”

      When did I ever say the Chinese will control Putrajaya “100 percent”? I said between the opposition parties, DAP is strongest, and it is the driving force behind Harapan.

      Perak is a good prototype. It had PAS’s Nizar Malay face to front as MB, whereas the power behind the throne were DAP evangelista warlords Ngeh and Nga.

      re: “And the Malays will suffer when that happens.”

      If you were to ask me whether the evangelistas are bullying the Muslims, I’d say a definite ‘Yes’. Are they ganging up now to bully Hadi Awang? Yes.

      Does PAS think it is being bullied by DAP? Yes. Can a minority bully bigger numbers? Definitely. The long, bloody history of the Christian conquistadors who wiped out entire races of native (unbelievers) is a testimony to this.


      Gotcha. I understand that 100%.

      re: “Meanwhile, the Malays in the UMNO seats, the PAS seats, the PKR seats, the Amanah seats, and all the other 185 seats (222-37) will sit there quietly saying nothing and doing nothing.”

      The Malays in Amanah appear to be steered by the DAP. The Malays in Umno will be in the opposition. Penang is a good example.

      re: “Gotcha. I understand that 100%.”

      People who believe they understand 100 percent are bodoh sombong.

      re: “Just think, all that from 37 seats in the Dewan Rakyat.”

      No party singly holds 222 seats in the Dewan. Umno is the biggest and strong party. It is the anchor of BN. DAP is the second biggest and strongest party in Parliament. It is the anchor of Harapan.

      re: “Waaahhhh!! Unbelievably incredible, ain’t it?”

      Indeed. Like how Pakatan controlled 2/3 of the Selangor seats in 2008 and expanded their chokehold to 4/5 of the Dewan by 2013 … after one mere election cycle. The shrinking slice of blue in the pie charts below is BN.

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      • 20. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  January 26, 2016 at 12:15 pm

        Helen,

        re: “People who believe they understand 100 percent are bodoh sombong. ”

        You should be proud that I understood 100% of what I have read here :)

        After all, you wrote it :)

        re: “No party singly holds 222 seats in the Dewan”

        Who needs to control 222 seats in the Dewan?

        According to your calculations and all the examples you have shown from Penang and Selangor, the Chinese only need 37 seats :)

        Everything starts from those 37 Chinese DAP seats as you pointed out.

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        • 21. Helen Ang  |  January 26, 2016 at 12:44 pm

          re: “You should be proud that I understood 100% of what I have read here”

          It’s not about the contents of my blog. It’s the Mr/Ms Know-It-All who are bodoh sombong.

          re: “Everything starts from those 37 Chinese DAP seats as you pointed out.”

          You’re incapable of even reading properly. The 37 DAP Parliamentarians include one Malay, Karpal’s sons and a couple of Indians.

          There are 38 Chinese MPs in Harapan. They include the PKR Parliamentarians such as Tian Chua, Wong Chen and others.

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          • 22. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  January 26, 2016 at 5:58 pm

            Helen,

            re: “There are 38 Chinese MPs in Harapan. They include the PKR Parliamentarians such as Tian Chua, Wong Chen and others.”

            OK then, so the 38 Chinese MPs will engineer a takeover of Putrajaya and control it, right?

            Meanwhile the (222-38) remaining seats with Malays in them will not do anything while those Chinese MPs do whatever it is they do to make the Malays suffer, right?

            You, see, Helen, I understood 100% of what you have written because you have been very clear in the way you write :)

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            • 23. Helen Ang  |  January 26, 2016 at 10:51 pm

              There are 38 Chinese MPs in Harapan.

              Harapan, however, has altogether 49 non-Malay MPs. They make up two-thirds of the total Harapan Parliamentarians.

              Furthermore, the DAP will be contesting Malay seats in GE14, see https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/317782

              They’re no longer limiting themselves only to Chinese-majority seats. DAP has a line-up of Malay candidates such as Aziz Bari, Dyana Sofya, Rara etc.

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        • 24. Helen Ang  |  January 26, 2016 at 2:22 pm

          ‘Kit Siang: DAP demonised because Umno fears losing next polls’ @ Read more:
          http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/328242

          Does Umno fearing it could lose the next polls mean that DAP will win GE14?

          Why do you (An Ordinary Malaysian) have so little confidence in the capability of your own minority race?

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          • 25. Mulan  |  January 26, 2016 at 2:59 pm

            I thought the minority race would lose, so says Ah Wong

            http://www.thestar.com.my/opinion/columnists/on-the-beat/2016/01/17/winning-not-one-but-all-the-races/
            “After failing to capture Putrajaya in the 2013 general election, there are many who now think the Sabahans and Sarawakians will deliver the votes to the opposition, which the Malays in the peninsula did not and probably will not in 2018.

            It is wishful thinking that is based on an unrealistic dream. No matter how many planeloads of Chinese voters return from overseas to support the opposition, there can be no change unless the predominant Malay electorate goes along.”

            And this hurts.
            “Sin Chew Daily, the country’s biggest Chinese newspaper, has correctly reported that “Chinese Malaysians will be reduced from a minority to a very small minority in the long run. And demography is all about politics and economics.

            “The drastically reduced population ratio of the Chinese means their political power is poised to take a further beating and this will also have some bearing on its economic strength. In short, Chinese Malaysians must brace themselves for eventual marginalisation.”

            Mahu high class ma.

            “Does Umno fearing it could lose the next polls mean that DAP will win GE14? ”
            It is good to know there are many Chinese who are more confident than the doomsayer journalists like Ah Wong and Sin Chew,

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          • 26. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  January 26, 2016 at 6:22 pm

            re: “Does Umno fearing it could lose the next polls mean that DAP will win GE14? ”

            I have no idea if UMNO will lose PRU14 or if DAP will win PRU14.

            You’re telling the story :)

            re: “Why do you (An Ordinary Malaysian) have so little confidence in the capability of your own minority race?”

            I see, you want me to believe that 37 or 38 Chinese controlled seats can take over Putrajaya and bend the will of Parliament and the remaining 185+ seats into letting the Chinese rule over the Malays?

            Hahahahah!! Good one, Helen :)

            Actually, it is Helen Ang who seems extremely confident that 37 or 38 Chinese controlled seats in Parliament can overturn all the Malay institutions which currently exist.

            It is Helen Ang who seems extremely confident that the remaining 185+ seats which contain Malays will say nothing and do nothing.

            Your writings are very very clear that the Malays will suffer from these 37 or 38 Chinese-controlled seats taking over Putrajaya :)

            You see, I understand 100% what you have written because you write very very clearly :)

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            • 27. Helen Ang  |  January 26, 2016 at 10:45 pm

              Spelling it out very, very clearly for you: The evangelical party and its evangelistas always bully the majority.

              Extreme confidence? Answer: Faith can move mountains.

              Recall that the leader of the Taiping rebellion believed he was the younger brother of Jesus Christ. The rebel leaders caused millions of Chinese to be killed in his long-drawn revolt against the ruling dynasty.

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              • 28. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  January 27, 2016 at 12:25 am

                Helen,

                re: “Extreme confidence? Answer: Faith can move mountains.”

                Sounds like the evangelistas have got to you :)

                OK, so according to you, you believe strongly that 38 Chinese MPs can bully 185+ mainly Malay MPs!

                re: “Recall that the leader of the Taiping rebellion”

                So, the Malays of Malaysia today, and their 185+ mainly Malay MPs, are just as stupid and gullible as the Chinese of 1850s and will be just as easily tricked and bullied by those 38 Chinese MPs, right?

                OK, I understand that 100%.

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                • 29. Helen Ang  |  January 27, 2016 at 1:14 am

                  re: “Faith can move mountains.” / “Sounds like the evangelistas have got to you”

                  I was parodying someone.

                  re: “OK, so according to you, you believe strongly that 38 Chinese MPs can bully 185+ mainly Malay MPs!”

                  Yup, inasmuch as I can see that Israel has been winning wars against its bigger Muslim neighbours (Muslim-majority countries marked green in map).

                  In 1948, Israel won a war against the combined forces of Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Iraq.

                  re: “So, the Malays of Malaysia today, and their 185+ mainly Malay MPs, are just as stupid and gullible as the Chinese of 1850s and will be just as easily tricked and bullied by those 38 Chinese MPs, right?”

                  Yes, the Protuns are gullible. They are taken in by a male blogger masquerading as a petite, 45kg feminine anime.

                  re: “OK, I understand that 100%.”

                  I’m at a loss to understand how it is that Malaysians can swallow hook, line and sinker all the lies fed to them, e.g. that BN sent phantom voters to Subang Jaya, of all places.

                  Logic dictates that even if PVs were true, they’d be sent to the areas where the BN big shots risked losing their seats.

                  (1) What good would a busload of phantom voters do BN in SJ where the incumbent won her seat with a whopping majority of 28,069.

                  (2) How could the gullibles believe that an insignificant MCA candidate in SJ would get first dibs on the phantom voter bank when the imaginary PVs could/should have been sent to Bukit Katil to save Umno’s MB Ali Rustam or to Batu Pahat to save an Umno deputy minister?

                  It is clear that oppo (and Tun) supporters do not exercise internal logic.

                  I maintain my Taiping Rebellion analogy. The Dapsters and the Protuns can succumb a mob mentality because they’re too blinded by hate to be rational.

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                  • 30. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  January 27, 2016 at 2:28 pm

                    Helen,

                    re: “I was parodying someone.”

                    Phew! Thank {insert your favourite deity here} for that!

                    You had me fooled there :)

                    re: “They are taken in by a male blogger masquerading as a petite, 45kg feminine anime.”

                    You have provided no evidence of that masquerade.

                    You have repeatedly refused to answer the question on whether you have met said blogger.

                    At best, you would seem to be merely going by hearsay.

                    I am told that there were other prominent bloggers who were present when you and said blogger have met in person.

                    Hence, if there are already witnesses of seemingly good character, why this continued silence on your part? :)

                    Anyway …

                    I am quite satisfied that I have fully understood 100% what you were saying about 38 Chinese MPs taking over Putrajaya.

                    I am also satisfied that I have fully understood 100% your view is that despite the billions spent on uplifting the Malays just in terms of education alone, they have advanced no further than those stupid gullible Chinese of the 1850s who believed in an Oriental re-incarnation of some Middle-Eastern deity.

                    Lastly, I find it rather amusing that you continue to bring up the Israelis :)

                    I gather that you do not know any Israelis yourself so it is quite understandable that you would not realise that Israeli Jews have more in common with the bumiputera ideology and Hadi Awang’s PAS than they do with the evangelistas :)

                    You may also have forgotten that the Jews, the Pharisees and the Romans collaborated to get rid of that Jesus fellow because he was bad for business and threatening the smooth running of graft, corruption, abuse of power, usury, etc etc.

                    If those evangelistas think they can count on Israeli support, boy oh boy, have they got a surprise coming :)

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                    • 31. Helen Ang  |  January 27, 2016 at 2:51 pm

                      re: “You have provided no evidence of that masquerade.”

                      No Umno blogger has stepped forward to declare in solidarity that he is a she.

                      re: “You have repeatedly refused to answer the question on whether you have met said blogger.”

                      Yawn.

                      re: “At best, you would seem to be merely going by hearsay.”

                      You were the one who picked up on Lousy Engineer’s comment @ https://helenang.wordpress.com/2016/01/20/imposters-acc-terminated-protun-in-cahoots-with-chinese-ultra/#comment-167231, remember.

                      re: “I am told that there were other prominent bloggers who were present when you and said blogger have met in person.”

                      If you’ve been told this, then what are you quibbling about?

                      re: “Hence, if there are already witnesses of seemingly good character, why this continued silence on your part?”

                      Syed Akbar Ali had already outed the said blogger some weeks’ back. The real name of the Malay male blogger also appeared in SAA’s blog at the relevant time (you know how SAA’s postings don’t stay up long.)

                      re: “stupid gullible Chinese of the 1850s who believed in an Oriental re-incarnation of some Middle-Eastern deity”

                      Not everyone is born intelligent and I don’t hold a person’s inborn stupidity against him. Bodoh sombong, however, is a different matter.

                      re: “Lastly, I find it rather amusing that you continue to bring up the Israelis”

                      Until DAP convinces the public otherwise. We’re waiting for the party to see Dr Zuhdi in court.

                      re: “quite understandable that you would not realise that Israeli Jews have more in common with the bumiputera ideology and Hadi Awang’s PAS than they do with the evangelistas”

                      What I see the Dapster-evangelistas having in common with Zionists is the way they bully, and also their control of the media and by extension, public image.

                      re: “You may also have forgotten that the Jews, the Pharisees and the Romans collaborated to get rid of that Jesus fellow because he was bad for business and threatening the smooth running of graft, corruption, abuse of power, usury, etc etc.”

                      I recall the story of how Jesus overthrew the tables of the moneychangers in the Jewish temple. The ‘bad’ Jews who misused the temple as their place of business during days of worship is like the City Harvesters who misused the evangelical churches that they establish.
                      The ‘bad’ Jews = Chinese born agains

                      re: “If those evangelistas think they can count on Israeli support, boy oh boy, have they got a surprise coming”

                      (a) Evangelistas are bad in the same sense that the moneychangers in the Jewish temple were bad (frowned upon by Jesus), or

                      (b) Allegation that Mossad trained the DAP operatives … DAP is suing Dr Zuhdi but Dr Zuhdi has retorted “bring it on”. So be patient and wait for the matter of DAP’s alleged involvement to be heard in court.

  • 32. anonymous  |  January 26, 2016 at 7:22 am

    Just white rice?
    Didn’t he say he would rather eat pork with Guan Eng rather than eat chicken with Najib?

    Reply
    • 33. Setem  |  January 26, 2016 at 11:39 am

      I’m no fan of Mat Sabu, but to defame him like that, is too much.

      Have you got any amount of decency at all? Are DAP cyber troopers really scums like you?

      Reply
  • 34. ph  |  January 26, 2016 at 11:12 am

    The word for him is haprak

    Reply

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