Kit Siang’s Malay recruits are ‘the borrowed knife’

February 17, 2016 at 10:24 pm 60 comments

https://twitter.com/zaidibrahim/status/699810191626227713

The DAP’s strategy is to hijack Umno personalities and other disgruntled Malays to get at the present administration.

This method is called “to kill with borrowed knife” in the Chinese idiom.

BELOW: Zaid Ibrahim and Tun at the Bersih rally

mahathir zaid

Batu api in the opposition’s black ops psywar

Read the comment below made by vicious RBA ‘mdzfrs’ aka Mr Alphabet Soup, who has been injecting his venom here, there and everywhere under various nicks.

mdzfrs said in Bujai’s blog @ February 15, 2016 at 6:27 PM
“I want Tun M to be jailed.

“That way, the Malays will kill the hippo with their bare hands.”

Screencapped from http://justread-whatever.blogspot.com/2016/02/dr-m-going-to-jail.html

Bujai Tun M going to jail

‘mdzfrs’ gives you preview of life under neo-Zionist rule

Dapster operative ‘mdzfrs’ is forever instigating hatred and inciting violence.

He said in Bujai’s blog how he hopes “the Malays will kill the hippo with their bare hands”. That is how the Bintang Lima mind works — its crudity stems from the nature of the beast.

Ever since the open rupture, ‘mdzfrs’ has been opportunistically masquerading as a Malay fan of Tun M.

He is now chief permanent resident in Annie Anakin’s blog. If you need to ponder on what they do to people, then see what the Dapsters have done to Life of Annie.

Screencapped from http://lifeofaannie.blogspot.com/2016/02/annie-now-dap-cybertrooperyea-right.html

RBA charade as Protun

 

 

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  • 1. I Am Woman  |  February 17, 2016 at 11:26 pm

    TSMY is right in distancing himself from LKS.

    I believe nothing good ever comes from associating with LKS. I am still waiting for one person to write about even one single positive contribution LKS has made to this nation. Just one.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  February 17, 2016 at 11:52 pm

      re: “one single positive contribution LKS has made to this nation. Just one”

      Here’s two:

      (1) Illustrating why the retirement age for Malaysians can and should be extended

      LKS was born 20 Feb 1941. He is, to the best of my knowledge, the oldest MP in the Dewan.

      (2) Inspiring intrepid politicians on the mobility of workplace concept

      LKS is a trailblazer. He has moved, like a travelling circus, from Bandar Melaka to Kota Melaka to Petaling Jaya to Tanjong to Bukit Bendera to Ipoh Timor to Gelang Patah.

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      • 3. Helen Ang  |  February 17, 2016 at 11:54 pm

        Correction

        LKS is possibly second oldest.

        Ku Li is 78.

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      • 4. I Am Woman  |  February 18, 2016 at 5:50 pm

        Lols.

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  • 5. Equalizer.  |  February 17, 2016 at 11:27 pm

    Forget about Zaid Ibrahim. To me he is just like the “lallang”. Where the wind blows, that’s where he goes. Malaysia do not need such a person as it’s political leader.

    At present, he is flowing with the DAP and ‘The Kingmaker’ Tun hoping to get something in return. Blowing very hot rubbing with LKS, scratching his back hoping for a windfall. DAP of course still have a vacancy for Justice Minister, Justice Minister in charge of Komtar Penang where else!!!

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    • 6. shamshul anuar  |  February 18, 2016 at 10:07 am

      Equalizer,

      The thing with Zaid Ibrahim is that he is deemed as “reject item” in Malay politics. To be taken seriously as influential in Malay politics, a Malay politician must win in Malay majority area. Muhyiddin on the other hand won in malay area and still relevant at least in this era.

      Muhyiddin made the right decision to distance from Kit Siang. Though many Malays sympathise with him over his remover from the DPM post, they may not like the idea of him (Muhyiddin) becoming an ally of DAP. People understand if persons with important positions like a deputy Prime Minister or MB being removed from office get upset.

      But do maintain decency and remember he was there(as DPm once) du to his post in UMNO. Meaning do not whack UMNO even if you are unhappy.

      Another interesting figure is Rafizi. He won in Pandan . Pandan has only 44% Malay voters,I wonder why he refused to compete in Kemaman , his kampung.

      As for Tun, may his own word that is not to overstretch thing reminds his very self. I can accept criticism against Najib. But brin nging down UMNO is another story.

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      • 7. Akim  |  February 18, 2016 at 10:56 am

        Muhyiddin has repeatedly said he only wants Najib out, not UMNO. So is Tun Dr Mahathir’s stand.

        Suggesting, for example, his showing up for a few minutes at Bersih rally is him wanting to down UMNO is balderdash.

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      • 8. danontheroad  |  February 18, 2016 at 1:51 pm

        To be fair, Kemaman is already the stronghold of Ahmad Said & Shabery Cheek so Rafizi needs to mobilize a lot of grassroots soldiers to fight the local UMNO machinery.

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        • 9. shamshul anuar  |  February 18, 2016 at 10:49 pm

          danontheroad,

          More importantly, will he win in a heavily Malay majority area?

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    • 10. An Ordinary Malaysian aka Lallang  |  February 18, 2016 at 11:34 am

      Equalizer,

      re: “Forget about Zaid Ibrahim. To me he is just like the “lallang”. Where the wind blows, that’s where he goes”

      You have obviously never seen a field of lallang :)

      One lallang will bend to the wind.

      In a field of lallang, only the tips of the big tall ones bend a little bit in the wind :)

      I am happy to be one small lallang in a field of big lallangs :)

      Just because you think we are small and weak on our own does not mean that we can be bullied and insulted by your established order.

      The day will come when lallangs control which government sits in Putrajaya – be it BN or Pakatan or somebody else :)

      Make us unhappy and we will cut you to pieces and put somebody else in power :)

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      • 11. What Is This  |  February 18, 2016 at 12:40 pm

        They need to bully us Chinese because they need to feel powerful. But in reality this is not the case. Even after almost 59 years of Merdeka, there is not much progress made by their community. The Chinese, a small group of Indians and foreigners dominate the economy. Even the much vaunted GLCs have foreigners as shareholders so they are not considered as Bumi success stories. The GLICs are platforms for political patronage, to finance their mega projects. How much GLICs funds have been used to bail out their troubled projects ? On the contrary, as we march forward, they have gone backward. The national schools turn out half baked youths, the public universities produce unemployable graduates, the endless obsession with religion etc. It is a miracle that the country is not yet a failed state, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t going to be one if the same people are still in power.

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        • 12. RINA  |  February 18, 2016 at 1:54 pm

          Jeles nampak?

          ..The national schools turn out half baked youths..On the contrary, as we march forward, they have gone backward…

          You silap kot? You mean to say National schools or SJKC? Haiyaa our young generations mana pergi laku woh..

          Anyway read this again, observation from our neighbour. You may have missed his article.

          http://m.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/young-chinese-in-malaysia-delusional-to-think-malay-domination-can-change-s

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        • 13. Akim  |  February 18, 2016 at 2:18 pm

          What utter nonsense you talking the Chinese are bullied in Malaysia where at 23% of the population they have for ages been the richest community in the country?

          If bullied, you think they could become so? Robert Kuok could get the sugar monopoly that made him a millionaire and later a billionaire? So, too, the nearly one dozen other Chinese billionaires like Vincent Tan who got the lottery license, easy money that enabled him to become a millionaire and billionaire.

          Yet no help to the Malays (who have agreed to their citizenship right at Merdeka) struggling to learn a business, being entirely new to the field of business, they not being a culture of doing business like the Chinese are – theirs is a culture of berdagang or exchange of goods. Is there not bullying done to the Malays in business – so much has been talked about different prices and terms as compared to those given to fellow Chinese?

          Yet quite a number of comments in here talk about making money, keeping it overseas and, at the slightest “political tremor”, cabut – not even mentioning the race riots of 1969 caused by the DAP which had tried to bully the Malays the moment they won just a few additional seats at the PRU in 1969.

          Failed state, you said? You got your bags packed and ready to go? Is that also not bullying? When we say good riddance, we are not bullying, you know – just sincere statement of relief.

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        • 14. RINA  |  February 18, 2016 at 3:53 pm

          …..The Chinese, a small group of Indians and foreigners dominate the economy….

          Start counting your days..things are changing, slowly yet surely!

          Recently viral among us a Yamaha motor dealer. Model Y15ZR one kampung boy almost got cheated to the tune of RM3K!!! Deposit dah bayar n yet have d cheek to call on day of delivery, must top-up another RM500, earlier silap quoted the “kelentong” price. My goodness, itu Apek sure soon gulung tikar wan!

          Aiseyman, those kelentong days are over ma.. payah lu olang punya businese kelentong. Sikalang budak2 kampung maths pun bole tahan. As if they have no access to Pakcik Google.

          One water purifier shop opens with a huge “kerja kosong” advert written in PRC national language. Not a single Malay went in..within 6months, sulah katop itu kedai ma…

          Slow and steady..don’t you worry about us wokay What is This..

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        • 15. An Ordinary Malaysian aka Lallang  |  February 18, 2016 at 5:29 pm

          What is This,

          re: “They need to bully us Chinese because they need to feel powerful.”

          Lallangs come in Chinese flavours, Indian flavours, Malay flavours dan lain2 :)

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        • 16. I Am Woman  |  February 18, 2016 at 5:49 pm

          I am quite certain this person is a product of the national school or maybe even (gasp!) sekolah agama, but half-baked she’s not.
          http://www.ismaweb.net/2016/02/hafizah-noor-isa-antara-saintis-berjaya-buktikan-teori-gelombang-graviti-einstein/

          I know, you’re gonna say she’s just one. That’s alright. This one carries the name of the nation in a truly positive manner.

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          • 17. RINA  |  February 18, 2016 at 7:42 pm

            What is this, you baru mali Malaysia ke?

            Nur Amalina 17A1
            Azali Azlan 20A1 1A2
            Nik NurMadihah 19A1 1A2

            Half baked youths?
            No Ahkow or Amoy can beat them la..

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        • 18. shamshul anuar  |  February 18, 2016 at 10:55 pm

          What is this,

          If the intention is to bully, UMNO has plenty of time to do that. It is matter of wanting to do it or not.

          Kit Siang would have been “buried”(literally speaking) for starting may 13. So did his offspring. UMNO would not have been so lenient to intransigent PAP back then.

          Only those Chinese willing to sacrifice their own interests for the sake of Lim Dynasty would say such nonsense

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  • 19. Akim  |  February 18, 2016 at 7:19 am

    On Zaid Ibrahim, I agree with Helen’s views.

    It seems to me that this man has become a cicak putus ekor. He got so many kinds of very lucrative legal work from UMNO and the Establishment until his firm was said to be the largest, at least of all Malay law firms, with some 100 lawyers. Wonder what happens to it now.

    He was made a Minister, became unhappy over I can’t remember what, left and joined Anwarul Al Juburi (pangkat Mat Sabu beri). Expected to become Deputy President of PKR but was prevented from becoming one by the machination of Azmin Ali.

    Left PKR and formed his own political party – KITA. If he has any scruples and sense of decency, it must have been the lowest point of his life when his own party (funding also by him) rejected him and he could not even become President.

    Left KITA and has been on the doldrum, trying to get out of it, lending his support to Tun Dr Mahathir, which I find not objectionable. But if he is consciously and deliberately lending support to Lim Kit Siang, it is utterly abominable.

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    • 20. Melayu Malaysia  |  February 18, 2016 at 3:14 pm

      He is clutching at straws.

      Ever thought of his so called “views” . Very “the ” progressive Melayus. Better live him to rot. Not worth a mention among the notables except in a very bad light.

      But Akim, well said…. TQ

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  • 21. siri  |  February 18, 2016 at 8:08 am

    The wonderland of Helen and the gang can’t get enough support for either Chinese or Indian for Mr. Najib if this Maharaja Lallang can do one let him be lah apa mau gaduh tak tentu pasal

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  • 22. Spectre  |  February 18, 2016 at 8:56 am

    So a beneficiary of the NEP is now openly saying that Malays should work with the Chinese to save this country. There you have it. Who crafted the NEP ? You see, you created these ‘New Malays’, now that they have grown rich and powerful, they turn against you. So who’s stupid ? Saying that we Chinese are using people like this Zaid chap to hit at Malays is an overstatement. Who made the knifes in the first place ? l o l !

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  • 23. calvinsankaran  |  February 18, 2016 at 9:48 am

    Well, if you read what Zaid says or writes, you will know his objectives are. What he is aiming for is to replace Anwar as the head of Oppo so he can be the PM if and when, PH wins the election.

    Almost everything he says is to please the Chinese for he knows no Malays in their rational mind will support him.

    So it is no wonder that he’s willing to be LKS’ macai to “Save Malaysia”. But LKS doesn’t need a washed out, liberal Malay in his gang. What he needs is MPs from BN who can switch side so he can take over the country via back door. For all the talk about Saving Malaysia and topping Najib, he’s only interested in taking over Putrajaya.

    As for the DAP/RBAs running amok, I have noted one new trend in your blog as well as others. There is a new breed of RBA cyber terrorists masquerading as Malays and writing in BM supporting Tun and pretending to be anti-Najib.

    If you follow their writing, they use different Malay names but the style gives them away. I guess there is a new batch of RBA recruits have joined the DAP’s cyber terrorism team.

    I think for Malaysia, DAP’s cyber terrorists pose a bigger danger than IS/Daesh. Syed Keruak & Zahid, please note.

    BTW, did you note the racist and xenophobic rhetoric over the “1.5 Million Banglas”? Many of those speaking out are DAP macais in disguise.

    For example, A.Rajaretinam and K. Arumugam of Rapat are well known DAP/PH supporters who were very active during Bersih. Google them and you would find them being members of countless, unknown NGOs created for specific issues. I doubt Rapat is a registered under ROS.

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    • 24. drinho  |  February 18, 2016 at 11:03 am

      re: BTW, did you note the racist and xenophobic rhetoric over the “1.5 Million Banglas”? Many of those speaking out are DAP macais in disguise.

      What is your view on the “1.5 Million Banglas”? Do you accept them with open arms?

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      • 25. calvinsankaran  |  February 18, 2016 at 11:18 am

        There are no 1.5 million Banglas as Zahid already clarified. So I have no view on something that doesn’t exist.

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        • 26. drinho  |  February 18, 2016 at 1:53 pm

          Huh? Isn’t MOU already signed? No doubt as of now, no 1.5 mil Banglas. But they will come gradually in batches.

          BTW, for your info we have about 2 mil legal foreign workers. No actual number on illegal ones simply because they are illegal (no official records). Estimate another 2 mil. So total we have 4 mil foreign workers. Already more than the entire local Indian population. You are not concerned with this development?

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          • 27. Spectre  |  February 18, 2016 at 8:05 pm

            Malaysia and Bangladesh ink deal to recruit 1.5 million workers

            http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/02/18/bangladeshi-workers-malaysia-mou/

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          • 28. calvinsankaran  |  February 19, 2016 at 11:35 am

            If the Malays were concerned about migrants swamping the natives, you and me won’t even me having this conversation. Of course I am not concerned. As Zahid explained, the number will depend on the needs of industry. Why are you playing the racial card about Indians being outnumbered by foreigners ? I think you Dapsters look behind ethnicity and that there is no such thing as Malaysians. So 1.5 Million additional migrants won’t be outnumbering 24 million Malaysians. Of course I am concerned.

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            • 29. calvinsankaran  |  February 19, 2016 at 11:48 am

              Ooops…it should read as:

              If the Malays were concerned about migrants swamping the natives in the 40/50s, you and me won’t even me having this conversation.

              As Zahid explained, the number will depend on the needs of industry. Why are you playing the racial card about Indians being outnumbered by foreigners ?

              I thought you Dapsters look beyond ethnicity and that there is no such thing as Indians. So 1.5 Million additional migrants won’t be outnumbering 24 million Malaysians. Of course I am not concerned

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            • 30. drinho  |  February 19, 2016 at 12:56 pm

              re: number will depend on the needs of industry

              If I am factory owner and require 500 blue collar workers, I will employ all foreign workers. Pay them cheap and let them do 3D work. Keep my cost low and max my profit. Simple business sense. Why employ locals? Want higher pay and not so hardworking. Need to pay EPF some more. I think 1.5 mil quota will be used up very fast.

              Taukehs will be pampered with cheap foreign labour and able to maximise profit. Putrajaya is clearly looking after the interest of capitalist, not the ordinary rakyat.

              re: I think you Dapsters look behind ethnicity and that there is no such thing as Malaysians.

              Whether from the Msian or Indian population perspective, the fact remains that the current no. of foreign workers (legal and illegal) already outnumbered local Indian population. Ask any average or lower income group Indian if they are comfortable with this development.

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              • 31. calvinsankaran  |  February 19, 2016 at 1:23 pm

                Why are you shifting goals again and again? I am not talking about the usage of foreign workers, that’s another topic.

                My question was why are seeing this from a racial view and why fear migrants when our own forefathers were migrants to Malaysia. It is because the Malays were not keen to work in tin mines and plantations that were are here today.

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                • 32. drinho  |  February 19, 2016 at 2:03 pm

                  Our discussion is now moot.

                  http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/putrajaya-freezes-all-foreign-worker-intake

                  re: racial view

                  Irrespective of the view (whether racial or otherwise), the indisputable fact is that foreign workers already outnumbered the local Indians. Whether from the racial, economical and social point of view, it is unfavourable to the local Indians vis-a-vis being outnumbered by foreign workers.

                  re: own forefathers were migrants to Malaysia

                  How can you compare our forefathers with the foreign workers? Consider below:-

                  Forefathers vs foreign workers

                  1. lawful citizen vs no citizenship
                  2. settled in Msia vs will go back to home country
                  3. put effort and money into Msia vs put effort only (most money send back to home country, net outflow)
                  4. populate Msia with workforce vs off-springs are in home country

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                • 33. Akim  |  February 19, 2016 at 2:54 pm

                  Since he keeps changing the goal post, let me join in scoring into his goal wherever he may shift it to.

                  Here are some of my shoots:

                  1. The figures on foreign workers in the country now are not accurate. Anyone saying “4 mil foreign workers … Already more than the entire local Indian population” has to provide links to reliable websites or quotes from established authorities. Wild shooting from the mouth won’t reach any goal anytime.

                  2. Labour requirement figures estimated by the federation of employers associations may be reliable. But they are “forecasts” and much depends on the economy of the country.

                  3. “Putrajaya is clearly looking after the interest of capitalist, not the ordinary rakyat.” Good that he no longer uses the old and tiring communist jargon like imperialist grand design, colonialist exploitation of the masses, scheming running dogs and what not.

                  Nevertheless, not putting out what is deemed as the right balance between looking after those who invest in the country and the workers via a proper analysis (based on hard and verifiable facts) on rates payable to workers, what he says remains the usual “DAP wild, unsubstantiated and unjustified allegations.”

                  My shoots on the fella often seeing things from the racial view – later, time permitting.

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                  • 34. drinho  |  February 19, 2016 at 5:41 pm

                    Akim, good that you join in.

                    re: Wild shooting from the mouth won’t reach any goal anytime.

                    Check here: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/foreign-workers-illegals-exceeds-15-of-malaysian-workforce-says-minister

                    Documented foreign workers: 2.135 mil
                    Undocumented: 1.7 mil
                    Total: 3.835 mil

                    Indian population 2014: approx 2 mil
                    (http://www.indexmundi.com/malaysia/demographics_profile.html)

                    Crystal clear. Do I score the goal now?

                    re: Putrajaya is clearly looking after the interest of capitalist, not the ordinary rakyat.

                    We can do a simple analysis. Assumptions below:

                    Factory of 500 operators.
                    Hire locals vs hire foreign workers.
                    Min wage for locals (as demanded): est RM1,500 per month
                    Min wage for foreign workers: RM900 per month
                    Difference per worker: RM600 per month
                    Diff of 500 workers: RM300,000 per month
                    Diff per year: RM3.6 mil

                    If no law to compel you as the factory owner to hire locals and there is abundance of foreign workers, will you hire locals for the 500 operators?

                    Factory owner is enriched by RM3.6 mil per year and locals have less 500 jobs in the market.

                    re: not putting out what is deemed as the right balance between looking after those who invest in the country and the workers via a proper analysis (based on hard and verifiable facts)

                    Why not you try to put one here?

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                    • 35. Akim  |  February 19, 2016 at 9:37 pm

                      Quoting anti-Establishment, Anwarul Al Juburi-supporting so-called news portal, are you? Wasn’t Malaysian Insider taken to court for irresponsible reporting – 5 of their “Editors” charged for sedition, if I remember correctly.

                      How in Heavens name do you expect sane and rational thinking people to believe what such “portals” write? They twist, spin and slant the news to suit their undeclared agenda of propping up the nearing-to-be-forgotten imprisoned convict.

                      Now I see where you pick up your garbage from when commenting in here. I will have to decide how to respond to your “shifting-goal-post” comments from now on. Responding lengthily may be wasting my time. Maybe just huhu you in a few words as and when you pluck figures from irreputable “portals” or from thin air.

                      You try to put out unacceptable arguments based on nonsensical figures, then ask me to put the proper arguments for you. No, you have to do it yourself, man, otherwise lessen your rambling.

                    • 36. drinho  |  February 22, 2016 at 9:00 am

                      Akim,

                      Care to read the TMI link carefully? Don’t merely shoot off your mouth. No doubt news was from TMI. But the statement was made by a minister Richard Riot. TMI merely reported it. If you are not convinced, the Star reported the same figures as well:-

                      http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/02/20/riot-malaysia-not-hiring-15-million-bangladeshis/

                      Quote: 2.1 mil registered foreign workers, 1.7 mil undocumented workers, total 3.8 mil (which is already more than the entire local Indian population).

                      re: Maybe just huhu you in a few words as and when you pluck figures from irreputable “portals” or from thin air.

                      I am laughing hard. You are so delusional. Please check the veracity on whether Richard Riot really made the statement on the figures cited above.

                      Helen, may I trouble you to verify the same and tell that to Akim? You can be our independent arbitrator. See whether I really score a goal against him on the question “Whether the number of foreign workers (illegal and legal) already exceeded the population of local Indians?”

                      Pening mau cakap sama ini Akim. Tengok newslink dari TMI terus dia dismiss tanpa tengok isi kandungan.

                • 37. HY  |  February 20, 2016 at 10:46 am

                  “why fear migrants when our own forefathers were migrants to Malaysia.”

                  kawan, i think “we”, one that born here, would fear migrants. our forefather were migrants but we are not, hence the fear is justifiable, however i am not saying tis fear is a right thing.

                  i guess some often use indian as yardstick because they wan to point out the unjust deed of the govt toward the indian. however if u believe indian r not discriminated n live a better life than the new migrants, and would continue to have such privilege in the next many years, then u r right not to fear.

                  i was from batu arang, not many indian can be samy vellu, most of them live a pretty shitty life. n many i know commit suicide, especially female, some r my classmate. perhaps u dislike the dap chinese, but the bn govt treat estate and poor indian like shit. this is fact.

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                  • 38. Akim  |  February 20, 2016 at 11:34 am

                    Aiyyoyo Achi, not fair for you to say that.

                    I’m not in favour of Najib and want UMNO to replace him but I would not hesitate to point out the fact that he bent backwards to help and give the Indians better opportunities, like he did to the Chinese, including biasiswa to the top scorers, in spite of the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak.

                    He gave financial assistance to Tamil schools as well. But sadly, products of such schools hardly have any employment market, have they – though products of Chinese schools are absorbed by the numerous Chinese businesses.

                    Yet you all insist on Tamil schools. Read about that Tamil school in an estate having one solitary pupil?

                    Remember the estates had labourers living in dilapidated and unhygienic no electricity and water condition before? Didn’t the BN government compel the estates to build decent housing for their labourers, complete with playing fields?

                    After Hindraf shouted at the DAP Penang that the Indians did not get even kacang putih after those years of DAP rule, Najib brought them in, gave their leader a Deputy Minister’s post. But he was impatient. Rome wasn’t built in a day. He expected everybody put aside everything and attend to his wants immediately. Where got like that.

                    You try to sort out your leadership problems lah, like the Malays and UMNO are trying to do now. Meanwhile, be fair and not make wild criticisms lah.
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                    • 39. HY  |  February 21, 2016 at 12:55 pm

                      aduh tuan akim, kalu indian miskin, tu memang self inflict, kalu lain miskin, british rule punya pasal? lu berapa std ada?

                      btw did u read the drinho cited link s-l-o-w-l-y? itu nombor bukan mi yg bagi, ia komen menteri, ini senang verify, unless u still expect spoonfeed my tuan, pls dun try to avoid the question/reply by simply accusing the tak bolih percaya punya portal, ini tak fair la.

                    • 40. drinho  |  February 22, 2016 at 9:09 am

                      HY,

                      Akim will not read anything from TMI. He simply dismiss the portal as “tak bolih percaya punya portal”.

                      Just want to ask him. TMI has operated for years and published ten of thousands of articles. How many of these articles have led to TMI being hauled up by authorities, to issue apology notice, sued by individuals (defamation, slander etc) or charged at court (sedition etc)? I am not saying none. There were some.

                      In fact, Helen herself is holding grudges on some TMI articles (hoping for action to be taken by authorities). But what is the percentage of these articles against the entire news that TMI has published till to-date? 1% perhaps? So does it mean we cannot trust the other 99% news that TMI has published?

    • 41. Akim  |  February 18, 2016 at 11:40 am

      I have serious doubts on the numerical strength of the DAP Red Beans or that they can be called an “Army”. Saying so emboldens them and might weaken, even wobble, some knees.

      But they do have a team of quite well organized attack dogs going to targeted blogs and unleashing their “wild, unsubstantiated and unjustified allegations” and, in many cases, just hurl verbal abuse of all kinds, spreading hate, hate and hate. The frustrated and those feeling aggrieved one way or another get influenced. That’s why they got the Chinese tsunami.

      But the Malays by and large just pooh pooh-ed them or whack back whenever convenient. Those hardcore DAP-ish, non-respecting and not fully abiding by the Constitution are a wash out, no need to waste time on as they will vote DAP even if the Lims go mad streaking on the streets to morrow.

      I insist that the MCA and Gerakan must earn their keep, plan and implement a comprehensive counter-Red-bean programme right from now to PRU14.

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      • 42. calvinsankaran  |  February 18, 2016 at 2:12 pm

        I concur with you. The RBA strength is unknown though some people estimate it is several hundreds.

        The focus of these Cyber Terrorists are the Chinese as well urban Indians and Malays.

        As for MCA and Gerakan, except for a few die-hards the rest are in the state of coma. Their leaders seemed to be doing a Rip Van Winkle.

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    • 43. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  February 18, 2016 at 11:49 am

      calvinsankaran,

      re : “Almost everything he says is to please the Chinese for he knows no Malays in their rational mind will support him.”

      Why would Zaid Ibrahim play to the Chinese crowd?

      A political novice like me know that the Chinese are politically impotent in Malaysia and even Helen Ang cannot come up with more than 45 parliamentary seats which are supposedly Chinese-controlled.

      If you were going after the top post in Malaysia, you would be going for the Malay vote because that is how the gerrymandering has biased the parliamentary seats.

      Surely you are not going to go for, say, the Indian vote, are you?

      We are talking about being numero uno in Malaysia, OK?

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      • 44. calvinsankaran  |  February 18, 2016 at 2:04 pm

        An Ordinary Malaysian,

        Q :Why would Zaid Ibrahim play to the Chinese crowd?

        The answer is very simple. He doesn’t have any credibility with the Malays since he has no service record or possess any redeeming qualities that would make the Malays vote for him.

        On the other hand, he understands the Chinese psyche.. any donkey who appears as “liberal” Malay and speak from the Chinese perspectives and oppose BN/UMNO will get the Chinese votes.

        .

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        • 45. An Ordinary Malaysian aka Lallang  |  February 18, 2016 at 5:57 pm

          calvin sankaran,

          re: “On the other hand, he understands the Chinese psyche.. any donkey who appears as “liberal” Malay and speak from the Chinese perspectives and oppose BN/UMNO will get the Chinese votes.”

          OK, so Zaid Ibrahim has the donkey vote and all 45 parliamentary seats of mouth-frothing gungho Cinabengs ready to rock and roll.

          So what??? Those 45 parliamentary seats are in the minority and of ZERO consequence.

          Are you suggesting that Zaid Ibrahim does not know that the Chinese vote is next to useless? :)

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          • 46. calvinsankaran  |  February 18, 2016 at 9:57 pm

            Let me do it slowly so you can understand…PH’s vote bank is majority the Chinese so whoever aspires to be their PM candidate ought to have their support.

            If Chinese votes are next to useless, then why DAP is so strong, in fact the 2nd strongest in the country after UMNO?

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            • 47. An Ordinary Malaysian aka Lallang  |  February 19, 2016 at 12:07 am

              calvinsankaran,

              re: “PH’s vote bank is majority the Chinese so whoever aspires to be their PM candidate ought to have their support”

              Hahahahah!!

              PH’s vote bank “is majority the Chinese”?

              Good luck to PH if they are that stupid to rely on a vote bank which is less than 20% of the population :)

              re: “If Chinese votes are next to useless, then why DAP is so strong, in fact the 2nd strongest in the country after UMNO?”

              All the numbers have been crunched by Helen and she says that the Chinese votes can control 45 seats.

              I don’t know about you but I happen to have some faith in Helen’s number crunching skills.

              DAP can be as strong as they like but they ain’t gonna take over anything with 45 seats in the Dewan Rakyat.

              BTW, you do know how many seats UMNO hold on it’s own and thru its proxies in Sabah and Sarawak, don’t you? :)

              And you do know why UMNO and its proxies can hold those seats, don’t you? Hint : they don’t depend on the Chinese vote :)

              I do grant you that crying “wolf” on the Chinese bogeyman is very useful on the more emotional voters amongst us :)

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              • 48. calvinsankaran  |  February 19, 2016 at 11:46 am

                Comment : Good luck to PH if they are that stupid to rely on a vote bank which is less than 20% of the population :)

                —————————————
                A: Well, that’s what they are depending on and that’s the reality and please do not play dumb as though this is news to you.
                —————————————
                Comment: All the numbers have been crunched by Helen and she says that the Chinese votes can control 45 seats.

                I don’t know about you but I happen to have some faith in Helen’s number crunching skills.

                ————————————–
                A : Helen specifically disagreed with you on this point and provided detailed analysis to back up her argument. Yet you try to be twist the facts saying Helen’s analysis showed other wise.

                https://helenang.wordpress.com/2016/02/04/election-2018-how-dap-chinese-vs-umno-malay-voters-stack-up-statistically/

                I have stated here before the strategy of DAP/PH is to maximize the Chinese votes and then split non Chinese especially Malay votes so the Chinese will emerge dominant in a divided electorate. This is the classic “Divide and Rule” colonial strategy.

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                • 49. Spectre  |  February 19, 2016 at 12:59 pm

                  If we Chinese can easily divide the Malays into several groups, then it says a lot of the Malays than the Chinese. Anyone who says that are insulting the Malays and if it comes from a Malay then that Malay is insululting his own community.

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                • 50. An Ordinary Malaysian aka Lallang  |  February 19, 2016 at 8:31 pm

                  calvinsankaran,

                  re: “A: Well, that’s what they are depending on and that’s the reality and please do not play dumb as though this is news to you”

                  OMG!! You really want me and others here to believe that PH is depending on a 20% Chinese vote bank, don’t you?

                  Only the most politically naive and most gullible will believe you.

                  re: ” Helen specifically disagreed with you on this point and provided detailed analysis to back up her argument.”

                  What is there to disagree on the 45 seats which Helen has calculated? I accept her calculations and analysis as correct.

                  Helen and I disagree on the point that controlling 45 seats in the Dewan Rakyat will put PH in Putrajaya.

                  You and I are disagreeing on something similar, i.e. control of a 20% Chinese vote bank will deliver Putrajaya to PH :)

                  Anyway, I am not going to continue with this discussion as Helen has posted other articles where we can joust if you like :)

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        • 51. drinho  |  February 18, 2016 at 6:03 pm

          re: On the other hand, he understands the Chinese psyche.. any donkey who appears as “liberal” Malay and speak from the Chinese perspectives and oppose BN/UMNO will get the Chinese votes.

          Why Dyana Sofya lost in Teluk Intan then?

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          • 52. Helen Ang  |  February 18, 2016 at 6:17 pm

            If I may be allowed to chip in my two sen …

            Some Chinese voters did not think that Dyana was all that ‘liberal’. Her mother was president of the Perkasa women’s wing, here.

            And photos of Dyana participating (along with her mother) in Perkasa events, including being photographed with Ibrahim Ali as well as Tun Mahathir, had surfaced.

            BELOW: Perkasa is equated as synonymous with the twin hates of the Chinese community – Umno & Utusan.

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            • 53. drinho  |  February 18, 2016 at 6:58 pm

              Thanks Helen.

              Meanwhile, you may be interested with this news:

              http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/330908

              http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-02-13/pressure-mounting-over-1mdb-scandal/7165550

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              • 54. RINA  |  February 19, 2016 at 5:15 am

                Wah drinho

                You still stary eyed with the MatSalleh owh? They tell you Blair got wings also you die die will belief them? Wah..you ni kaki gossip ya!

                Itu Blair and his weapon of mass destruction WSJ tiam tiam only? Ini macam must ask Najib to become a godfather like Blair, mungkin they will also blackout news on Najib?

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                • 55. drinho  |  February 19, 2016 at 8:40 am

                  Kalau itu macam, why until now Najib refuses to sue WSJ? WSJ is just a private company. Not a foreign government. He dared to sue Tun Ling and even take indirect action against Tun M by sacking Mukhriz. We Malaysians have to admit that if not because of WSJ’s exposure, we will never know about the donation. While the fact is settled on the receipt of 2.6 bil, the dispute remains as to the source of the donation. A Saudi official came out and cast doubts. He said it was investment, not donation.

                  The best course of action is for Najib to sue WSJ at court. Let WSJ bring out their whatsoever evidence and Najib has the chance to rebut it.

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  • 56. Phobia  |  February 18, 2016 at 10:57 am

    The two sides are accusing each other of crimes; Najib with 1MDB, Mahathir with billions earned by family members. An appeal to investigate either side meets with replies like “Why are you investigating this now, should investigate the other side first…”.
    Both should be investigated simultaneously. Let Mahathir appoint investigators for the Najib case and vice versa. Let the findings be public. Then its fair.

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  • 57. Jason  |  February 18, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    Didn’t Mahathir whack Zaid Ibrahim properly as the Minister of Law for proposing & giving the million ringgit ex-gratia compensation to the sacked Judges under Mahathir’s time? What a sycophant this Zaid is……

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  • 58. truth  |  February 18, 2016 at 2:39 pm

    the sack of mukhriz was a disaster just like i thought….ooops he resigned actually…
    i still believe that he was a nice person and well liked by kedahans not because of his father but rather his own personality.
    he may have made a mistake but to chop and chop and chop people like the practice of the past, should never be something for us to emulate.
    if he was a threat, for sure people will notice that he was a ‘musang berbulu ayam’, then he had surely digging his own grave. kedahans are not so stupid to fall into deception to go against gov anyway.

    i have a feeling that there are people who either they are indifferent / heartbroken but still holding fast to umno or changing their course of support to pas instead, esp. the umno supporters but not members.

    i am crying……

    well ds bashah, you need to work hard. pas is using islam as their weapon (i don’t mind if they are sincere), but for you, you need to realise it sincerely with your iman, may Allah help you.

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  • 59. CikKiah57  |  February 19, 2016 at 11:01 am

    No matter what U people say, I still go for BEBAS, especially if Mahyidin & gang become BEBAS CANDIDATES in PRU14. Go rpund and ask kampong folks or lower income groups, are they going to vote Umngok/Bn………??????
    Even penarik beca now talk about DERMA 2.67 billion.
    After all Rezeki datang dari ALLAH.
    So lon g as the leaders ar enot involved in DERMA, that’s fine with us. Cakaplah sampai berbuih that Tun M juga sudah menyonglap berbillion, tiada siapa peduli. His time is over, moreover, tak pernah muncul flowchart of the money into his privagte account or his children’s account. Just accusation tiada sebarang bukti.

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  • 60. qawsmee  |  February 21, 2016 at 12:12 pm

    dont worry Helen,

    I could say Chinese will govern malaysia soon before year 2040, Lets celebrate!

    Reply

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