Spinning the Mukhriz story: Protuns and Dapsters hand in glove

January 29, 2016 at 7:04 pm 48 comments

The loudest cheerleading for Mukhriz is coming from the Dapsters and the pro-oppo media.

They’re painting him as the hapless victim and like he’s being persecuted by Najib.

Take for instance the Malay Mail headline today, “Mukhriz booted out of Umno supreme council meeting”. Malaysiakini‘s headline is ‘Mukhriz shown the door as supreme council decides his fate’.

Not invited, lah

Mukhriz himself actually explained with regard to what transpired – “Mereka kata, pada siapa yang hadir yang tak dijemput untuk beredar(see 0:34 in the video below).

Mukhriz neither an elected nor appointed supreme council member

Some may not be aware that Mukhriz is not an elected member of the Umno supreme council. In the last party election, Mukhriz gunned for one of the three vice president slots but was pipped to the finish line by Hisham Hussein.

Since Mukhriz had gone for a biggie post, he did not contest a supreme council seat (25 elected slots in total).

Although he lost in the party vice presidency race, he is nonetheless a state liaison chairman – who is usually the Menteri Besar in an Umno state. As such, Mukhriz is invited to attend council meetings in that capacity.

Note however that Mukhriz is not one of the appointed council members either. Thus, his mere ‘observer’ status in the council does not give him any voting rights.

This evening, the supreme council is voting to sack Mukhriz from his post as Kedah liaison chairman. Furthermore, Mukhriz does not have the power of a vote in the decision.

It does not stray from protocol for the Umno sec-gen Ku Nan to say that Mukhriz has not been invited to attend today’s meeting.

Pro-oppo media has been doing a lot of positive spin and damage control for Mukhriz. This is one indicator of how the oppo are riding on the Protun angst.

The Dapster squads – who are suddenly Tun’s best friend – are manipulating and exploiting the emotionally charged Protuns for leverage to peel away Malay fence-sitter votes from Umno.

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48 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Syaiful  |  January 29, 2016 at 7:42 pm

    Dia telah dimaklumkan oleh SU Agung pada sebelah pagi melalui panggilan telefon agar tidak perlu hadir dlm mesyuarat itu!…

    Reply
    • 2. Darman Marwan  |  January 29, 2016 at 10:51 pm

      Itu kata ku nan. Ku nan biasa berbohong …

      Reply
      • 3. Helen Ang  |  January 29, 2016 at 10:59 pm

        Sorang blogger Protun yang berbohong.

        Tak pasti dan perasan sama ada Ku Nan ada berbohong.

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        • 4. Darman Marwan  |  January 29, 2016 at 11:44 pm

          Jika tak pasti, macamana boleh tuduh saya berbohong.. Kamu bolehlah tipu diri sendiri ….we are anti Najib, not necessary protun

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          • 5. Helen Ang  |  January 30, 2016 at 8:59 am

            Maaf atas salah fahham.

            “Sorang blogger Protun yang berbohong” merujuk kepada blogger Annie yang mengendalikan blog Life of Annie.

            Saya tidak tahu sama ada Darman Marwan ada blog sendiri atau tidak.

            Reply
  • 6. Raja Kumbang  |  January 29, 2016 at 8:17 pm

    Say no to DAP, say no to UMNO. Vote for PAS

    Reply
    • 7. Amanat Hadi Awang  |  January 30, 2016 at 9:23 am

      Semua melayu umno kafir!

      Reply
      • 8. Helen Ang  |  January 30, 2016 at 9:32 am

        Dah tujuh tahun pengalaman bertahaluf siyasi dengan DAP, maka kini Pak Hadi Awang sudah dibuka matanya. Umno jelas bukan kafir harbi (atau ditakfirkan sebagai ‘kafir’ lagi).

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        • 9. HY  |  January 30, 2016 at 11:44 am

          pro truth oso no more pilihan dan kena buka mata. umno jelas kotor dan korup.

          Reply
  • 10. paul  |  January 29, 2016 at 10:19 pm

    Apa nak heran……kalau tak spin bukan mamak namanya!

    Reply
    • 11. HY  |  January 30, 2016 at 11:49 am

      bugis sama juga, lagi teruk, I mean bugis yg satu tu, bukan semua.

      Reply
  • 12. Su  |  January 29, 2016 at 10:28 pm

    Say no to PAS, a u turn party, but say yes to UMNO. Najib is a good person as said by Rahim Tamby Chik.

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    • 13. Darman Marwan  |  January 29, 2016 at 10:54 pm

      Tak ishtihar RM 2.6 bilion dan rm42 juta ….orang yg tak amanah. Baik buruk agak subjektif tetapi amanah adalah pasti bukan subjektif

      Reply
    • 14. HY  |  January 30, 2016 at 11:53 am

      agree, arab kata najib moderate, pas tu fanatic, arab pun takut, so no donation.

      Reply
    • 15. Buano  |  January 30, 2016 at 2:46 pm

      Rahim pun good. Dunno at what but he developed melaka … A state with no natural resources but lots of old stuff

      Reply
  • 16. Darman Marwan  |  January 29, 2016 at 10:45 pm

    Why in the first place, mukhriz was not invited?? The chairman could ask mukhriz to leave the meeting room when they were to discuss on mukhriz and Kedah issue.
    It seems that you refuse to admit the existence of anti-Najib for reasons known to you. You are not honest and had lost your integrity …..

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    • 17. Helen Ang  |  January 29, 2016 at 10:57 pm

      re: “It seems that you refuse to admit the existence of anti-Najib”

      Huh?

      The Dapsters are anti-Najib. The Protuns are anti-Najib.

      They want to make enough number of Malaysians anti-Najib so that BN will lose GE14.

      re: “for reasons known to you”

      It’s a simple matter of choosing sides. Between BN and oppo, I choose BN.

      Between Najib and Tun, I choose Najib. Those who choose to side with Tun are by default siding with the DAP.

      Tun attacked Dollah Badawi relentlessly in GE12 (2008) and asked Malays to vote oppo to teach Umno-BN a lesson. He helped the oppo win 5 states (Kedah, Penang, Perak, S’gor, K’tan) and additionally sweep FT.

      You cannot avoid choosing sides. Even the two MCA Aduns in Kedah have to pick their side.

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      • 18. Darman Marwan  |  January 29, 2016 at 11:48 pm

        You choose Najib or BN? Which one …don’t confuse ..

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        • 19. Helen Ang  |  January 30, 2016 at 8:54 am

          Najib is the one leading BN into GE14.

          Tun is not leading BN in the the election.

          In fact, Shamshul Anwar put it very well @ 2016/01/30 at 12:29 am, “Tun is becoming an ally of the very enemy to the party that he led”.

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      • 20. shamshul anuar  |  January 30, 2016 at 12:29 am

        Helen,

        The thing with Tun is that his relentless attack on Najib actually is bringing down UMNO together.

        I want to ask Tun about his feeling for UMNO. I can understand if he is upset with Najib. But to attack UMNO is way out of line. Does not Tun have any nostalgic memory of UMNO, the party that he led for 22 years?

        Is UMNO that bad? Is democracy dead in UMNO? Initially I agreed with Tun on his acidic attack on Najib. But after some time, I begin to feel that Tun is bordering on paranoia.

        Tun must tone down a bit. Tun many times said one good lesson from his mother is to stop eating while we are on the mood to eat. Meaning Tun talked about not overstaying or over doing things.

        Tun seems to forget that lesson. Tun attended BERSIH but ignored Baju merah gathering. Tun is becoming an ally of the very enemy to the party that he led.

        As for Mukhriz, though I have nothing against him, I feel he must understand reality. Being filial is good. But do respect the leadership.

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      • 21. ismailhjjaafar  |  January 30, 2016 at 8:51 am

        Najib is a powerful man now , if anybody want to chose side ,must be with Najib .
        A powerful side is a good side indeed . why go for the crushed side ,forget Mahyudin ,forget Shafiee Afdal ,forget Tun ,forget Mukriz and forget that 2.6 billion and SRC issue ,the AG has declared that Najib is doing no wrong .

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        • 22. Helen Ang  |  January 30, 2016 at 9:21 am

          Pak,

          A weak side will not be able to stand up to the evangelical party which is funded by Chinese tycoons.

          If DAP wins, Malaysia will be UBAH-ed from a Muslim land into a “secular” country. In this respect, you must remember that the leadership of the DAP is filled with evangelical Christians.

          BN’s opponent in GE14 is led by DAP. The outlook of the Chinese immigrant stock is “dog eat dog world”, “it’s a jungle out there”.

          Don’t forget Malaysia was Darurat for 12 years where you’ve already experienced the Bintang Tiga terrorists and Chin Peng trying to take over the country.

          I would have thought that you’re old enough to recall the period of communist atrocities first hand. Melayu mudah lupa?

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          • 23. Abdulla  |  January 30, 2016 at 10:20 am

            Kak, DAP belum menang tapi kalau Najib kekal, mereka akan menang bergaya.

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            • 24. Helen Ang  |  January 30, 2016 at 10:39 am

              Kalau Najib tak kekal, BN akan berkecai.

              DAP menang senang.

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              • 25. HY  |  January 30, 2016 at 11:47 am

                abdullah tak kekal tapi umno yg kotor dan korup masih bermaharajalela.

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              • 26. Abdulla  |  January 30, 2016 at 12:14 pm

                Akak sendiri ada buat analisa performance BN untuk PRU lepas, pastinya Kak Helen sudah boleh membaca nasib BN akan datang jika Najib kekal.

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                • 27. Helen Ang  |  January 30, 2016 at 12:40 pm

                  DAP dajjal. Tun Mahathir Machiavellian.

                  Dulu saya sangka Tun seorang-seorang saja yang cukup bijaksana dan mampu menyekat kemaraan sneaky bastards tu.

                  Tapi Tun memilih untuk lawan Najib. Tun tidak menentang evangelista DAP. Malah sekarang Tun sudah bagai ‘idola’ bagi Lim Kit Siang dan ikon Dapsters-Bersih 4.0.

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              • 28. Qalam Qabut  |  January 30, 2016 at 5:24 pm

                Biar DAP menang. Sekali saja kalau dema boleh dapat pegang pun.

                Lepas tu tengoklah orang Melayu pulak bersatu. Masa tu Najib dah kena tendang keluar UMNO. Macam mana nak tendang Najib out? Bagi UMNO/BN kalah buat pertama kali dalam sejarah PRU Malaysia. Tun Razak jadi Bapa Pembangunan Malaysia, Najib jadi Bapa Kehancuran UMNO.

                Er… macam tu ka?

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                • 29. Helen Ang  |  January 30, 2016 at 9:00 pm

                  Honestly, the idea of BN’s defeat is unacceptable.

                  It’s like giving over the country to Chin Peng and his communists. Only we’ll be having Bintang Lima ruling over us instead of Bintang Tiga, that’s all.

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                • 30. shamshul anuar  |  January 30, 2016 at 10:33 pm

                  Qalam qabut,

                  “…Biar DAP menang”.

                  Buat apalah dok percaya kat Yahudi ni.

                  Reply
                  • 31. Qalam Qabut  |  January 31, 2016 at 12:16 am

                    Cuba test try tengok… Kalau ganti DAP tu dengan PKR atau PAN boleh ada harapan tak?

                    Reply
    • 33. Helen Ang  |  January 30, 2016 at 12:35 pm

      Yes.

      Kalau bukan Najib sebagai pengerusi BN, siapa lagi yang Abdulla jangka boleh menjadi panglima perang parti pemerintah? Tolong cadangkan nama pengganti yang mampu pegang gabungan BN?

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      • 34. Abdulla  |  January 30, 2016 at 4:50 pm

        Dalam keadaan sekarang kak, especially ekonomi yang makin lemah disebabkan pimpinan kita yang lemah, saya rasa Ku Li mampu menjadi pengganti yang baik.

        AG kata Najib tiada salah laku, tapi itu tetap tidak dapat mengembalikan keyakinan rakyat, rakyat bukan bodoh. Kenyataan AG juga tidak mampu mengembalikan keyakinan pelabur2 asing, kita perlu orang yang berpengalaman dalam ekonomi, bukan tunggu Ringgit jatuh pada 4.50 kepada 1USD. Tugas untuk memulihkan ekonomi satu tugas yang besar, hanya BN dan pemimpin yang berpengalaman mampu melakukannya.

        Yang PASti, Najib bukanlah orangnya untuk memulihkan ekonomi, tengok saja isterinya berbelanja.

        rocky kata kita ramai orang yang talented, tapi saya tak setuju dengan senarai yang diberikannya.

        http://www.rockybru.com.my/search?updated-max=2014-10-17T12:02:00%2B08:00&max-results=4&start=8&by-date=false

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  • 35. aah  |  January 30, 2016 at 3:18 pm

    Tiada yang kekal semuanya… kecuali Allah SWT. All this politician has created more harm than good, we are tired & fed up!! What a mess the current government has created…never felt this way all these years about Malaysia and being Malaysian.

    Reply
  • 36. I am a CHINa  |  January 30, 2016 at 8:49 pm

    Hi Helen,

    I have been following your blog for some time. I think you have revealed the MALAYSian perpective that most CHINa don’t bother to know.

    I got something to share with you. Can I possibly have your email address?

    Thank!

    Reply
  • 37. Shah  |  January 31, 2016 at 12:18 pm

    Where is your common sense, helen?
    Are you saying it is ok to be corrupted to such degree?
    And dont try to be more melayu than us. You can have your thinking but dont try to corrupt our mind.
    We dont want DAP to be in Putrajaya but that doesnt mean we accept a leader who is so tainted with scandals and corruptions. Why change the AG and transferring the MACC officials if there is nothing to hide.
    The whole world know he and his stooges are massively corrupted. It is amazing that people of your caliber and wisdom cant see it.
    They paid you ?

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    • 38. Helen Ang  |  January 31, 2016 at 12:52 pm

      re: “Are you saying it is ok to be corrupted to such degree?”

      Are you referring to the allegations in Barry Wain’s book Malaysian Maverick that Dr Mahathir squandered RM100 billion?

      re: “And dont try to be more melayu than us.”

      How did you Melayus lose Selangor, the crown jewel state? Have you been effective in fighting the DAP? (Oppo control 88 percent of the urban Parliament seats). Umno is hanging on to its lifeline of rural areas and Felda settlements.

      What else are you prepared to lose – your country?

      It took PAS seven years to finally see the DAP’s true colours. We do not have the luxury of seven years to spare the Protun termites who are eating away at the tiang seri BN.

      re: “You can have your thinking but dont try to corrupt our mind.”

      You already talk like a Dapster. What you’re saying to me in effect is ‘Don’t be another Ridhuan Tee’. He is arguably the most hated by them. Your words echo the Dapsters, signalling how far they’ve managed to corrupt your mind.

      Not that it’s surprising. After all, Pakatan could not have won the popular vote on Chinese and Christian support alone.

      re: “We dont want DAP to be in Putrajaya but that doesnt mean we accept a leader who is so tainted with scandals and corruptions.”

      Tun’s reluctant choice is Muhyiddin. Is he free from scandals and corruptions?

      If Tun was sincere, he’d have installed Ku Li as his deputy. Instead Tun oversaw the failed succession of Musa Hitam, Ghafar Baba and Anwar, and the successful succession of Dollah Badawi and Najib.

      re: “Why change the AG and transferring the MACC officials if there is nothing to hide.”

      Why were OSA papers leaked to hostile foreign press with an agenda of bringing down the government? Do you think that other countries’ head of the executive would tolerate treason?

      re: “The whole world know he and his stooges are massively corrupted.”

      Your world according to your info sources. When the BBC had an article that ‘the’ donation came from the Saudi royal family, the oppo press buried the story. What you know is one-sided propaganda.

      How many of you didn’t know that Mukhriz is neither an elected nor appointed Umno Supreme Council member? Dia memang “tak dijemput untuk hadir” but the spinmasters made out as if dia dihalau.

      re: “It is amazing that people of your caliber and wisdom cant see it.”

      It is because of my calibre and wisdom that I’m willing to swim against the tremendous current of the 95 percent Chinese. Like I said, it took seven years for PAS to have the scales peeled off their eyes wrt to the sneaky bastards in DAP.

      Protuns are falling into the same trap of dikaldaikan oleh puak-puak yang licik tu. If you don’t want to follow the teachings of the Quran 2:120, there’s nothing I can do to help you.

      re: “They paid you?”

      Imagine the amount of money that has been pumped into the movement to topple a Prime Minister hailing from Malaysia’s biggest political party. You think it’s cheap to bring down a PM?

      Justo is in a jail in Thailand for industrial espionage – selling stolen e-mail to Sarawak Report. He had expected to get paid one million for his pen drives. And what about the other damaging leaks?

      Kalau ada otak, lu pikir lah sendiri siapa yang dok dibayar dan siapa yang menabur wang merata-rata.

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  • 39. HY  |  January 31, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    helen, it is not the first time I read u want to be more melayu, pls recognise the fact that we can never be one, u n the 5% is delusional. I dun believe there is unity among malay n muslim, reason is as I always assert, the chinese is no more a threat, even with pas n pkr help, dap can only rule penang, which nothing to shout abt when gerakan already reign penang for many years. is it worth the effort to pile up more enemy n foe? dun indulge in such futile exercise.

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    • 40. Helen Ang  |  January 31, 2016 at 3:20 pm

      re: “helen, it is not the first time I read u want to be more melayu”

      HY, you’re confused. We have to pick our sides if we want to vote (unless you plan to stay at home or to spoil your vote).

      The election is fought between BN and oppo, now called Harapan. BN is led by the Malay Umno and New Hope by Cina DAP. It’s not my fault that only 5 percent of Chinese are BN supporters and the majority of this 5 percent (I’m guessing) are the Cina Islam, mualaf and Baba Nyonya.

      re: “pls recognise the fact that we can never be one”

      Again, you’re confused. It is the DAP that rejects race identification and prefers to call their bangsa ‘Anak Malaysia’. It is the DAP that claims there are “no Chinese” in this country, only Malaysians.

      Note too that Hannah Yeoh once bashed a residents association of flat dwellers in her area as “racist” because they had wanted a Malay RA. To be Malay is “racist” in DAP eyes. So is being Chinese or Indian.

      re: “u n the 5% is delusional”

      The Singapore ambassador said that it was the oppo Chinese supporters who are delusional.

      re: “I dun believe there is unity among malay n muslim”

      If there isn’t, they should heed the DAP ‘ubah’ clarion call and change their mind.

      re: “reason is as I always assert, the chinese is no more a threat”

      Maybe. The evangelistas are the new threat.

      re: “even with pas n pkr help, dap can only rule penang, which nothing to shout abt when gerakan already reign penang for many years”

      Doesn’t this go to show that DAP voters are delusional? Penang has had MCA and Gerakan CMs from Day One. The Chinese create a tsunami and what do they get? The same thing – a Chinese CM in Penang. But in the process, they’ve freaked out both Umno and PAS Malays.

      re: “is it worth the effort to pile up more enemy n foe? dun indulge in such futile exercise”

      It is the DAP that has made an enemy out of PAS. It is the DAP that is creeping out Islamists with their Christian evangelism.

      It is the Chinese voters who have declared war through their campaign of hate and lies. The non-DAP side is merely reacting. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction, remember?

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      • 41. Spectre  |  January 31, 2016 at 3:41 pm

        I don’t know how many Chinese want to become ‘Melayu’ but I do know many Chinese want to become Bangsa Malaysia. Just look at the Chinese shouting Malaysian ! Malaysian ! Malaysian ! These people go amok from time to time on cyberspace especially on the vernacular cyberspace.

        Those 5% Chinese are not BN supporters. They don’t support BN, some have never supported the BN. They voted for the BN in 2008 and 2013 not because they wanted the BN to win. They did so because they understood the DAP led opposition is a much greater threat to Malaysia than those 95% now under the spell of the Ubah chanting DAP. They know that the BN gov under Najib is much more corrupt than Mahathir and Abdullah but having to choose between a corrupt BN and and even more maniacal DAP led opposition, the choice is very clear.

        Malays too had better realize that they have a choice to make. A corrupt BN or an even more maniacal DAP led opposition with PKR and PAN tagging along. Who’s your pick ? Same goes for Indians and the natives of Sabah and Sarawak.

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      • 42. I am a CHINa  |  January 31, 2016 at 3:43 pm

        Malaysian Malaysia sounded so good at first. But slowly I found

        out quite difficult to practice. I ended up calling myself a CHINa…

        BTW: HY recent post calling herself Malaysian Chinese. Maybe I

        can call myself Chinese now. I will wait and see, just in case she

        change again…

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        • 43. I am a CHINa  |  January 31, 2016 at 4:10 pm

          Just went back to check, it’s not there anymore. So I am still a

          CHINa.

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          • 44. Helen Ang  |  January 31, 2016 at 4:26 pm

            Okay, I’ve no Facebook so I’m taking your word for this episode.

            In any case, I hope that my examples on whether to use the term ‘Malaysian Chinese’ or ‘Chinese Malaysian’ has been helpful to readers.

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        • 45. Helen Ang  |  January 31, 2016 at 4:22 pm

          Not ‘Chinese Malaysian’, meh?

          Explanation on the difference between Chinese Malaysian and Malaysian Chinese

          Malaysian Chinese = green apple

          Malaysian/green is the adjective describing the subject/object (Chinese/apple)

          If you say red apple, the object remains the same fruit. Only the colour of the fruit changes (red or green apple).

          Similarly if you say Malaysian Chinese, then the subject is the same Chinese individual. She can be an American Chinese or Indonesian Chinese, Filipino Chinese etc. Her nationality changes but the subject (person) is the same — a Chinese.

          Now if HY calls herself a ‘Malaysian Chinese’, then she is admitting that she is a Chinese First and Malaysian describes her current status. She would have liked to have been an Australian Chinese but alas, her PR application was rejected.

          ———–

          Chinese Malaysian = apple green

          Chinese/apple is the adjective describing the subject (Malaysian/green)

          If you say lime green, the subject remains the same colour, only a different shades of green. It can be apple green, lime green, olive green, emerald green or sky blue, cobalt blue, etc.

          Likewise if you say Chinese Malaysian, then the subject is the same Malaysian individual. She can be an Indian Malaysian, Serani Malaysian, Dayak Malaysian, etc.

          The examples above illustrate emphasis.

          If you say that you’re a Malaysian Chinese (green apple), you’re emphasizing the ‘Chinese’ (apple) part and not the colour (green/Malaysian).

          If you say that you’re a Chinese Malaysian (apple green), you’re emphasizing the ‘Malaysian’ (colour green) part and not the shade or skin colour (apple, lime or olive / Chinese, Indian or Serani).

          Malaysian Chinese or green apple / Chinese Malaysian or apple green carry different meaning and nuances.

          So the bangsa Anak Malaysia DAP politician is emphasizing ‘Chinese’ despite all the loud proclamations of being ‘Malaysian’.

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        • 46. Qalam Qabut  |  January 31, 2016 at 4:49 pm

          Tak ada salahnya kalau nak mengaku diri kita CHINa atau CINA atau CHINESE. Tak kisah Malaysian Chinese atau Chinese Malaysian (asalkan betul tata bahasanya) sekiranya diri kita itu Chinese. Orang Melayu tak kisah sangat. Masa orang Cina mata sepet hidung penyet datang sini orang Melayu terima seadanya, dengan senang hati. Orang Cina boleh hidup dengan aman dan selamat di kampung2 yang 99.9% orang Melayu. Dari miskin merempat hingga jadi kaya raya pun orang Melayu tak cemburu.

          Tapi orang2 seperti Lim Kit Siang dan keturunannya yang hancurkan keharmonian itu bila dia yang mengangkatkan bangsa dan keturunannya menjadi musuh orang Melayu.

          Nasib baik orang Melayu tidak bersatu seperti 95% orang Cina yang memangkah DAP. Jika tidak pastinya perasaan benci itu akan meliputi 100% bangsa, kaum dan keturunan Cina yang ada di Malaysia. Tak kisah sama ada mereka itu dari puak 5% yang bencikan DAP atau tidak. Orang Cina tak akan dapat tinggal dengan aman dan selamat di kampung dan bandar kecil. Mereka tak akan dapat berniaga dan mengumpul kekayaan dengan senang.

          Musuh sebenar kaum minoriti Cina yang tertindas ini ialah Lim Kit Siang dan keturunannya. Mereka ini yang rasis, busuk perut yang memporak-perandakan Malaysia. Lim Kit Siang dan keturunannya perlu disingkirkan oleh orang Cina sendiri jika mahu hidup dengan aman dan damai di negara ini.

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          • 47. I am a CHINa  |  January 31, 2016 at 5:09 pm

            CHINa lambat laun melupa?

            You hanya kenal Lim Kit Siang ke? DAP dah split la, yang masalah evangelists. Penyokong ada juga Buddists, Taoists dll. Memang kena brainwash teruk GE13, buat salah lagi CHINa jangan politic lagilah. Semua orang senang hati…

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  • 48. I am a CHINa  |  January 31, 2016 at 4:33 pm

    Thanks Helen for the specific!

    It seems like the more we dig into it, the more complicated it becomes.

    Still prefer the good old days, if our hearts not racist, we called Chinese, Malay, Indian.. and we all were happy.

    Reply

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