Mahathir mudah lupa Melayu mungkin senasib orang Palestin

March 13, 2016 at 9:22 am 50 comments

The Jews “are not merely hook-nosed but understand money instinctively”, wrote Dr Mahathir Mohamad in his opus The Malay Dilemma.

“Jewish stinginess and financial wizardry gained them the commercial control of Europe and provoked an anti-Semitism that waxed and waned throughout Europe through the ages,” observed Tun M.

Opining on British role in Palestine, Dr Mahathir stated that “the whole country was taken from the Arabs and handed over to the Jews”.

[Note: All verbatim Mahathir quotes are taken from the 2009 reprint of The Malay Dilemma published by Marshall Cavendish.]


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ABOVE: The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem met up Hitler on 28 Nov 1941

Did Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini – who was accused of engineering bloody Arab riots against Jewish settlements in 1929 and 1936 – foresee the fate of the Palestinians today?


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Ubah … Mahathir’s Mother of All Changes

Despite the same British colonial economy turning Tanah Melayu into a multiracial country almost overnight, Dr Mahathir insists that the Malays “maintain that Malaya has always been, and still is, their land.”

Unlike Palestine which turned into a Jewish state in 1948, and Israel which has been swallowing more and more land occupied by Palestinians ever since then.

Dr M noted that next to Islam, “the single most important change in the Malay environment was the massive influx of Chinese immigrants”.

He said the British encouraged Chinese immigration until the point that the Malays “realized that the Chinese could be a menace”.

BELOW: Lost … Jerusalem, the City of God

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Rejected by Umno, Tun and Protun drift to the DAP

“The people who left the shores of China to seek their fortune abroad were hardened and resourceful”.

It was Tun’s opinion – during his Malay dilemma days – that the Melayu softie is “ill prepared to face the challenge of living in competition and confrontation with the aggressive immigrant races”.

Fast forward to our present era and Malays are still no match for the aggressive hardness (ultra kiasu) and resourcefulness (sneakiness) — we can easily see that in the way the Dapsters have hijacked a Protun blog.

And furthermore, Tun himself has changed his mind and is now prepared to work with the aggressive DAP  in competition and confrontation with Umno led by Najib Razak.

BELOW: Church and mosque deadly rivalry in Jerusalem

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Same ruthless character of the Zionists and neo-Zionists

Tun believes that the Chinese immigrant stock is “[p]reoccuped with making as much money as they could in as short a time as possible”, adding:

“But had the Chinese decided to take a keener interest in politics in the early days of the British administration, the position of the Malays would have been worse than it is today [1970]”.

Well, since the lead-up to GE12, the Chinese have indeed decided to take a tremendously keen interest in politics. The result is the BN relinquishing its two-thirds majority in 2008 and losing the popular vote in 2013.

These massive electoral gains have resulted in DAP becoming the second strongest party in Parliament. DAP lawmakers are very loud and aggressive, and they want to make significant changes.

“Removal of all protection would subject the Malays to the primitive laws that enable only the fittest to survive,” Tun had written in The Malay Dilemma.

He theorized in the 1960s that the “Malay claim to being discriminated against in Malaysia s not based on laws, but on the character of the major racial groups in Malaysia”.

Half a century after Tun’s book, we see his theory take flesh in the fate of the Palestinians at the hands of the Zionists.

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ABOVE: Chinese voters painting PAS camouflage on the eve of GE13

PAS and DAP like oil and water cannot mix

Tun appears to have forgotten his own reminder that “Malaysia has far too many non-Malay citizens who can swamp the Malays the moment protection is removed”.

In the past, he had cautioned that the “unscrupulous” Chinese are “predatory immigrants”, adding the Malays “had no reason to believe that understanding and sympathy was a strong Chinese trait”.

The ex-premier holds the view that apart from age, “riches are the only things that they [“the materialistic Chinese”] defer to”.

Nowadays, it is Najib whom Tun accuses of succumbing to ‘Cash is King’ philosophy. Isn’t it a case of fighting fire with fire — the BN’s Arab donation battling the DAP’s alleged Jewish election funding?

Previously Tun wrote, “where the materialists are juxtaposed with those inclined to high spiritual ideals, the impact of the former invariably damages the social order of the latter”.

Dr Mahathir’s theory above seems to explain the short-lived relationship between materialistic DAP and spiritual PAS, and how the greedy City Harvesters caused PAN to splinter from the parti Islam.

BELOW: Swapping partners … Hadi Awang slowly inches to Najib while Tun will lead Kit Siang’s Easter Sunday parade

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Tun sekarang bersekongkol dengan DAP

Dr Mahathir explained that “the onslaught of the predatory Chinese” caused the Malays to retreat both in jobs and in living space whereby the Chinese dominated the richer urban areas and Malays remained rural pre-1969.

He was a firm believer that “the Chinese effectively excluded the Malays from all forms of business”.

He warned against monopoly of the economy and ‘complete Sinocizatio”n due to the Chinese’s “extreme chauvinism which characterized their business practice”.

He is today prepared, nonetheless, to disregard his own warnings and help the racial chauvinists when even PAS is rejecting the opposition-backed Deklarasi 4 Mac to topple Najib.

The line-up of elected reps in the DAP – supposedly a multiracial party – clearly shows how exclusively Chinese the party is. DAP has 142 Yang Berhormats in Parliament and the various DUNs. However only two out of its 142 YBs are Malay, i.e. YB Raub and YB Mentakab – see table below.

Tun has successfully overcome his fear of Sinocization, it appears.

DAP Aduns GE13 one Malay

Recycling: The more things change …      

Tun used to believe that

“No change, no plan and no ideology which runs counter to the religion of the Malays can succeed.”

He also said, “Nothing makes anyone forget the fact of race. So those who say ‘forget race’ are either naive or knaves.”

Tun, the old race and religion champion, has recently adopted the DAP lingo of Beyond Race — saying in his March 4 anti-Najib declaration that all citizens “irrespective of race, religion, political affiliation, creed or parties” must transcend our parochialism in order to Save Malaysia.

How funny. Tun used to complain that Singapore “never missed an opportunity to run down Malaysia as a feudal state, spendthrift, inefficient and dominated by people unfit to govern”.

Today it is Tun who never misses an opportunity to run down Malaysia and Umno as a feudal one party state, spendthrift, inefficient and dominated by Malays unfit to govern.

His politics has come a bizarre inverse cycle.

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  • 1. Setem  |  March 13, 2016 at 11:12 am

    Dr M only “run down” Najib, and never the country.

    It is Najib who is running down the country now. He is about to run down Bank Negara Malaysia with the pending appointment of his crony who also sits in the Board of Directors of the disastrous 1MDB.

    God help Malaysia.

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    • 2. tebing tinggi  |  March 13, 2016 at 3:53 pm

      Who is running down who ?,its all defend how you thought of the current situation, it is said that the country is facing .

      If they said that Tun M is running down the country , well Malaysia has enough of preventive ” Akta” that could easily trows Tun M in jail as prevention, not to wait until the thing get messy .
      Why don’t they ?.

      The rakyat has enough of this ,we have a life to live .

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  • 3. onsleuth  |  March 13, 2016 at 12:13 pm

    ABU goes ABM (Anything But Mahathir) civil war I guess ? ;) http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2016/03/13/chegubard-haris-reject-dr-m-as-a-figure-of-change/

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  • 4. RINA  |  March 13, 2016 at 1:03 pm

    Dyana masuk bertanding kat Teluk Intan sampai dah tak pandang kanan kiri macam KERBAU DICUCUK HIDUNG.

    Agaknya hidung kerbau mana akan kena cucuk tak lama lagi?

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  • 5. Akim  |  March 13, 2016 at 1:19 pm

    I agree with Setem above that Dr M only “run down” Najib, not the country, and it is Najib who is running down the country now.

    This blog post is so long that I wanna just list down the points of interest or contention and state my short views thereon for now:

    1. “the whole country was taken from the Arabs and handed over to the Jews”. The Ancient Greek History lecturer, Abdullah Yusuf Ali, who translated the Qur’an, giving voluminous explanations, said that the Arabs and the Jews were cousins, from the same family tree of Abraham, had lived side by side in ancient times.

    The Jews were conquered by Roman Emperor Titus in AD90, again by Emperor Hadrian later on and Jerusalem which the Jews once occupied was burnt to the ground, the Jewish temple later became the sacred Muslim Al Aqsa Mosque from which Prophet Muhammad ascended to Heaven. In many ways, no real loss to the Arabs for now and they are still hoping to get it back as Iran has promised to obliterate Israel. Whether successful or not depends on Iran nuclear programme. Said to be for peaceful purposes, I’ll leave it at that for now.

    Looks like my idea of a list with short views may not work and I may have to put in a few comments – at the risk of being accused of monopolizing the comment space here. There’s a lot to be said.

    Btw, Helen, can you tell us the name of the Protun blog which you said the Dapsters have hijacked. (Caution to those who may want to accuse me as Dapster: the response to you would not be pleasant – bitch is not a rude word as already explained in the past and, while the word fuck in a previous post comment is both rude and vulgar, the word stupid may not be rude, depending on the context So let’s be civil, discuss the issues and not go personal).

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  • 6. Akim  |  March 13, 2016 at 1:40 pm

    Of course the British imperialists wanting only money by way of taxes collected in their colonies sent back to England had turned Tanah Melayu into a multiracial country. And of course Dr Mahathir is right in insisting that the Malays “maintain that Malaya has always been, and still is, their land.”

    Nothing changes that fact. Others can also claim Malaysia to be their land – but only those who have their hearts and soul in this land. Not the blokes (that’s not a rude word – if doubtful, check your dictionary) who do not respect the Constitution, who make money here but keep it elsewhere, having bags packed ready to abscond like when the communists overran the American forces in Vietnam or even lesser situations.

    True again as Dr M noted, that next to Islam, “the single most important change in the Malay environment was the massive influx of Chinese immigrants”.

    He said the British encouraged Chinese immigration until the point that the Malays “realized that the Chinese could be a menace”. Of course not all, but judging from the DAP-influenced Chinese tsunami at PRU13, the majority could be a menace even now. Maybe because of Najib being at the helm, but because of the 1MDB and the RM2.6 billion scandals, the menace might help get Najib to resign or be replaced. Which is highly desirable.

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  • 7. AK47  |  March 13, 2016 at 1:41 pm

    Ms H. Man or (Woman) proposes. God disposes !

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  • 8. Akim  |  March 13, 2016 at 1:58 pm

    “realized that the Chinese could be a menace” –

    Very clear examples were

    1. the Malayan People’s Anti-Japanese Army that wanted to rule this country if they succeeded in throwing out the Japanese

    2. the race disturbances and killings in Batu Pahat and Muar that Dao Onn Jaafar was sent to BP to restore race relations there

    3. the Malayan Communist Party led by communist terrorist Chin Peng who also wanted to rule the country and bring it under the suzerainty of Mao Zedong China

    4. the race riots of 1969 caused by the racist, chauvinist, anti-Malay, anti-Islam, and not-respecting-the-Constitution DAP who now are helping to get Najib resign or be replaced, otherwise UMNO/BN are likely to lose at PRU14.

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  • 9. zulzab  |  March 13, 2016 at 2:44 pm

    As a true Malaysian Helen loves the Malays more than Mahathir does. Thus this write-up I believe. Mahathir has long lost his love for the Malays and Malaysia. Being too long in power, Mahathir now wants his son to inherit the power he once enjoyed even at the expense of Malay unity. I think he fails to install his son as the prime minister of Malaysia, he will die with his eyes opened for not seeing his wish come true. He wants to die like Lee Kwan Yew who left the world with Lee Hsien Loong as the PM of Singapore. Do you think Mahathir wants to die with lesser legacy from LKY?

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    • 10. Setem  |  March 13, 2016 at 8:21 pm

      Seriously, did Dr M whisper to your ears that he wanted his son to be PM?

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      • 11. HY  |  March 13, 2016 at 9:03 pm

        rpk said one. tpk is a malay nationalist. sure tell the truth.

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      • 12. Aku Melayu  |  March 13, 2016 at 9:43 pm

        He doesn’t have to whisper. His recent actions speak louder than any whispers. Anyway, I’ve just signed #I love my PM campaign. Those who are interested, please do so as it takes only a couple of minutes of your time.

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        • 13. Setem  |  March 13, 2016 at 10:23 pm

          How does someone like Dr M who is not in the government nor he is an MP install his son as a PM?

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          • 14. Aku Melayu  |  March 13, 2016 at 11:42 pm

            Mahathir thought he still got some clouts to influence first Pak Lah, then Najib to achieve his dream of seeing his son Mukhriz to be the PM. Pak Lah dashed his dream by promoting KJ instead of Mukhriz and hence Pak Lah needed to be toppled. Even so, Pak Lah only resigned after 3 years. Now he is attacking Najib by criticizing Najib’s policies, 1MDB and the donation. Despite all the attacks, Najib is still standing tall and will still be the PM after GE14, inyaAllah. Mahathir on the other hand, has used up all his ace cards , the last one being the signing of Declaration Rakyat which has bitten him in the ass. He will soon become useless to both sides of political divide. His downfall is a result of his own doing and no one else!

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            • 15. grandmarquis  |  March 14, 2016 at 2:07 am

              I read RPK article too. Although much of his fact is debatable, but one thing that caught me is the case of Khir Toyo. Like him or hate him, I have been following his case and IMO, he has been wrongly charged. That RPK article really ring a bell. IMO, it is of no surprise as in current Najib fiasco, we can see how much “involvement” of the MACC.

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            • 16. Setem  |  March 14, 2016 at 1:26 pm

              Great fairy tales!

              Najib values loyalty over intelligence in his followers.

              You are a perfect example of no-clue Najib followers.

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            • 17. Hussin abdulRahman  |  March 14, 2016 at 2:12 pm

              What do u mean?

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  • 18. Keris  |  March 13, 2016 at 4:21 pm

    Re: “Previously Tun wrote, “where the materialists are juxtaposed with those inclined to high spiritual ideals, the impact of the former invariably damages the social order of the latter”. Dr Mahathir theory above seems to explain the short-lived relationship between materialistic DAP and spiritual PAS, …”

    Islamist PAS is politically motivated in ideology. It does not represent the ideals of Islamic governance as spelled out in the maqasid al-syariah (principled objectives of sacred law). The Islamists and Wahhabis have a long-term running relationship which although not always intimate nevertheless boosts their political clout in the troubled Muslim world – it has always been founded on the merit of petro-dollars.

    One cannot make the case therefore that Islamist (in certain instances Wahhabi) PAS is the “spiritual” representative of the Malay population. Indeed, PAS leadership since Yusuf Rawa has strongly upheld the ruling policies of the Saudi-Wahhabi regime intending it for Malaysia. If not for the leadership of Dr. Mahathir and the true malay ulama of the sufi Ahli Sunnah wal Jamaah, Nik Aziz and Hadi Awang would have changed the face of Malay culture towards authoritarian radicalism. Have we forgotten the failed islamist rebellions of Ibrahim Libya and Al-Mauna?

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    • 19. Chris  |  March 13, 2016 at 11:53 pm

      I have always found Nik Aziz and Hadi Awang’s holier-than-thou attitude quite contrary to the characters of several of my devout Muslim friends – they are humble, intelligent and introspective. Today, it’s clear to the world where their firebrand theology has led humanity. We thought we had seen the worst with Al-Qaedah until ISIS emerged to challenge their extremism. “Spiritual” is the furthest thing one would associate with PAS ideology and actions. How would Hadi brand his ex-PAS members now colluding with PAN? And why is Hadi cozying up to Najib? Isn’t Hadi insisting that all things UMNO are “kafir”? For heaven’s sake please stop confusing us non-muslims about your Prophet Muhammad’s message to the world.

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      • 20. Helen Ang  |  March 14, 2016 at 12:00 am

        re: “For heaven’s sake please stop confusing us non-muslims about your Prophet Muhammad’s message to the world.”

        The non Muslims in DAP hold up TG Nik Aziz as the paragon of virtue. He is their model Muslim.

        Now if Hadi Awang was cosying up to the Lims instead of to Najib, the DAP non Muslims would similarly extol TGHA as a good Muslim, if not the best Muslim ever, to serve as exemplar.

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        • 21. Chris  |  March 14, 2016 at 12:21 am

          Actually, everybody is perplexed when it comes to dealing with Islamists committed to their personal brand of Islamic law. Several of your Muslim commenters here have made this point clear. Be that as it may, the thing about DAP is that they practice political expedience to an exceptional degree with the Chinese community. They are however, not Chinese traditionalists nor is their modernism unmodulated by a materialistic Cultural Marxism. DAP is a member of Socialists International isn’t it? They seem not to understand the spiritual Islam Dr. Mahathir was referring to in your highlighted quotes.

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          • 22. Helen Ang  |  March 14, 2016 at 12:37 am

            re: “they practice political expedience to an exceptional degree”

            What you say is fine from the point of grammar and expression but I wonder if you’re able to rephrase this in the plainest English? #justaskin’

            Urm, “the bloody hypocrites”?

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            • 23. Chris  |  March 14, 2016 at 7:40 am

              Wasn’t the earlier DAP-PAS alliance secured by Anwar Ibrahim? Strange thing both the DAP evangelists and PAS islamists had no problems with his rather adventurous extramarital bisexual life. Same-sex marriage was likely on the agenda pipeline with that unholy alliance – which fortuitously cracked up soon after Anwar was sentenced to jail. It was political expedience that underscored their actions; hardly the high principles one would associate with the labour of nation-building.

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          • 24. Zack  |  March 14, 2016 at 10:38 am

            It is debatable to say DAP members are Socialists because of the recent action of the DAP-led government in Penang. They are most likely greedy capitalists.

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        • 25. shamshul anuar  |  March 14, 2016 at 11:39 pm

          Helen,

          “…The non Muslims in DAP hold up TG Nik Aziz…..”.

          But they still dead set against PAS and its Hudud proposal. With due respect to Nik Aziz, he until last breath did not realize how ruthless DAP is.

          And DAP will only “respects” those Malays who kowtow to the. DAP loves Mohd Sabu as he submits to them. And the whole world knows how DAP hates UMNO though with warts and all still manages to keep DAP at bay.

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  • 26. MeorUSA  |  March 13, 2016 at 8:34 pm

    The Times found that nearly 20% of Trump supporters did not approve of freeing the slaves, according to a January YouGov/Economist poll that asked respondents if they supported or disapproved of “the executive order that freed all slaves in the states that were in rebellion against the federal government”—Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.

    If polls were taken in Malaysia, in Palestine …in Vietnam, in Myammar how many of the native or “neo native” will reached a similar conclusion.
    A group of citizens or natives or newcomers against one another.

    We have to move on.

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    • 27. Helen Ang  |  March 13, 2016 at 9:43 pm

      WHEN TWO PEOPLES FIGHT FOR ONE LAND

      Palestine

      (a) The Jews win

      (b) There will be no future Palestine state

      (c) Muslims living in Gaza and West Bank should expect to be bombed periodically by the Israeli Air Force

      (d) The Arab minority living in Israel can anticipate new laws that marginalize them from enjoying equal rights as citizens

      Vietnam

      (a) The natives win

      (b) Vietnamese boat people – who had sailed to Hong Kong (transit camps) and Australia with some being accepted as refugees by Uncle Sam – were ethnic Chinese. They were economic migrants fleeing a non-capitalist country when the communists won the war for a reunified Vietnam

      Myanmar

      (a) The native Buddhist Burmans win

      (b) Rohingya boat people have been turned away by the SE Asian countries Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia

      (c) Bangladesh could be compelled to take them back, maybe (?)

      Australia, New Zealand, North America, South America

      (a) The Aborigines lose to white Christian settlers

      (b) The Maoris lose to white Christian settlers

      (c) The Inuits and other native tribes lose to white Christian settlers

      (d) The various native peoples lose to Christian conquistadors

      Fiji

      (a) The natives win through military coups

      (b) The Indian immigrants win elections but cannot assume power

      Moral of the stories: Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun

      About the Trump wall — he wants to keep out illegal immigrants from Mexico. Isn’t it a country’s sovereign right to secure its borders?

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      • 28. tebing tinggi  |  March 13, 2016 at 10:16 pm

        When two people fight one land ,

        The native will never win ,if they broke to pieces ,just like Palestine.
        In Malaysia ,the native are economically run over and knowing “cash is the king” and cash do the talking , only time will tell .

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      • 29. meorKT  |  March 13, 2016 at 10:57 pm

        Is it an economic choice or a racist choice.?

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        • 30. Helen Ang  |  March 13, 2016 at 11:22 pm

          I’m not sure what you’re asking exactly but generally speaking, I believe that for the Chinese diaspora, it is an economic choice.

          Those Chinese expats working in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Bandar Seri Begawan where the money is good don’t whinge about lack of human rights, freedom of expression or Islamization and hudud in their host countries.

          And neither do the Chinese show undying loyalty to the land when push comes to shove. The boat people fled Vietnam to the rich countries like Australia and USA. They did not head back to China, which at that time in the 1970s, was still under-developed.

          And then you have the failed immigrants like Hannah Yeoh whose PR application in Tasmania was rejected, and curiously the Umno reject blogger who is trying so hard to be more Chinese-DAP than the Chinese-DAP.

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  • 31. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  March 13, 2016 at 9:10 pm

    Helen,

    There is no doubt that you hate the Jews, the Israelis, Christians, the Chinese, DAP, Hannah Yeoh and Annie of “Life of Annie” :)

    That much I have worked out from reading your blog.

    The underlying theme of virtually every article you have written recently very subtly preaches hate against one of the above.

    I know, you will probably say they deserve the hate because those people preach hate themselves so you are merely responding in kind.

    Is this the Malaysia you really want us to have?

    A Malaysia defined by hate for specific races, ideology or individuals?

    Will my hate for the Jews, the Israelis, the Christians, the Chinese, DAP, Hannah Yeoh and Annie make Malaysia a better place?

    Or are you using us, your readers, for some diabolical social experiment you are running? :)

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    • 32. Helen Ang  |  March 13, 2016 at 10:23 pm

      re: “There is no doubt that you hate the Jews”

      Naaah, only the beefy guy who tipped the disabled Palestinian man from his wheelchair. I admire Jewish researchers, scientists and Nobel Prize winners.

      re: “the Israelis”

      Me alone? There’s a worldwide campaign to boycott them. And in any case, our Malaysian government does not recognize Israel.

      re: “Christians”

      (a) The Christian world population is 2,200,000,000. If I hated 2.2 billion Christians, the hate will be spread very thin since there are so many of them.

      (b) Some evangelicals are crooks. The Singapore court has convicted the City Harvest church elders of fraud and sentenced them to jail.

      (c) Their crooked cousins can be found in Malaysia too … in Jerusubang and particularly in the DAP new leadership.

      re: “the Chinese”

      (a) Why should I hate my own race? On the other hand, it is the 1.2 billion Chinese who fear evangelistas

      (b) The Beijing and provincial (state) governments consider evangelistas to be dangerous subversives and an existential threat.

      (c) Over the past two years alone in China, hundreds of evangelical churches have been demolished, thousands of crosses have been removed from church rooftops and dozens of pastors and Christian activists have been arrested and jailed.

      (d) “China tears down more crosses. Fears every cross could go in Zhejiang (eastern coastal province) by April” – see, http://www.releaseinternational.org/china-tears-down-more-crosses-fears-every-cross-could-go-in-zhejiang/

      re: “DAP”

      (a) They are anti-Islam and provoked the race riots of 1969

      (b) They’re sneaky bastards

      (c) They’re vicious neo-Zionists

      re: “Hannah Yeoh”

      (a) She is the Face of Evangelism … how do you think the Zhejiang government will treat evangelical leaders like her?

      (b) She’s Mama Dapster … if she had been in Tiananmen baiting the government like how she’s daily baiting the Umno government, Beijing would have rolled a tank over her.

      SUCKERS!

      re: “Annie of Life of Annie

      (a) There is no such “little lady of the valley”, teacher/lecturer really named ‘Annie’

      (b) Annie is a liar and a fraud

      (C) Annie is scamming Netizens

      re: “That much I have worked out from reading your blog.”

      Pity you’re unable to process the “fancy charts/graphs” and “fascinating data”. Your loss.

      re: “The underlying theme of virtually every article you have written recently very subtly preaches hate against one of the above.”

      My articles are insightful, informative and chockful of facts from meticulous research.

      re: “those people preach hate themselves so you are merely responding in kind”

      Those people will reap what they sow.

      re: “Is this the Malaysia you really want us to have?”

      DAP’s idea of a New Malaysia was hinted at through their pastors-politicians meeting at Red Rock hotel. Utusan splashed a front page report on it in May 2011.

      re: “A Malaysia defined by hate for specific races, ideology or individuals?”

      How do you think the DAP got 95 percent support from the Chinese? Was it by telling Chinese voters that the Malay-led federal government has been nice to everybody?

      re: “Will my hate for the Jews, the Israelis, the Christians, the Chinese, DAP, Hannah Yeoh and Annie make Malaysia a better place?”

      http://www.ismaweb.net/2016/02/kata-pedang-malaysia-aman-tanpa-puak-kiasu-cauvinis/

      re: “Or are you using us, your readers, for some diabolical social experiment you are running?”

      Actually I try to get feedback from the (cyber) ground. My online polls are attempts to gather some empirical data.

      The RBAs are loud in spewing vitriol and curses. The Malays (silent majority) are tightlipped and keeping cards close to their chest.

      It is the calm before the storm. Air tenang jangan disangka tiada buaya.

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      • 33. Helen Ang  |  March 13, 2016 at 10:34 pm

        AMEND:

        “dozens of pastors and Christian activists have been arrested and jailed”

        More accurately, SCORES (if not hundreds) of pastors have been detained by China’s central and state government authorities.

        They are viewed as propagating an alien cult which brainwashs the Chinese.

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        • 34. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  March 14, 2016 at 12:03 pm

          Helen,

          Thanks for your very frank response.

          The way I read it, you do seem to advocate hate as a means to build a better Malaysia.

          It appears that you justify your hate in various ways, e.g. the Malaysian govt does not have ties with Israel, you only hate some Christians, DAP are bad people, they did it first so I am just replying in kind, etc.

          re: “My articles are insightful, informative and chockful of facts from meticulous research.”

          I have no problems with your research nor do I have problems analysing data.

          Like you, I am also aware that data can always be interpreted in different ways.

          In your case, you choose to use hate as the underlying theme.

          My take is that for a highly intelligent person as yourself, it just surprises me that you choose hate as your vehicle to impart your ideas for a better Malaysia.

          As you said above, you are after “empirical data”, so it sounds like a social experiment of sorts on your part.

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          • 35. Helen Ang  |  March 14, 2016 at 12:36 pm

            You (the delusional 95 percent) are hypocrites ‘par excellence’ :)

            Like the pastor who preaches non-violence but throws a punch at a Trump supporter – video here.

            Or like the City Harvest church elders who preach morality but are convicted for corruption, and not to mention the preacher woman and her R-rated music videos.

            Preaching love-love-love from one side of your mouth and riding the politics of hate to become the second biggest party in Parliament.

            Like the thief who accuses others of stealing, you point the finger audaciously when you’re called out for your racism, your religious bigotry and of course, your deep-seated hatred for Umno – the symbol of Malay sovereignty.

            It’s time you hypocritical bullies are stopped in your tracks.

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            • 36. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  March 14, 2016 at 7:46 pm

              Helen,

              re: “Preaching love-love-love from one side of your mouth and riding the politics of hate to become the second biggest party in Parliament.”

              I have preached nothing, I was only providing my view.

              I have made no statements about my political allegiances.

              My only statements so far have only touched on how you are conveying your message, in this case, you seem to use hate.

              As for the politics of hate, you can see for yourself how you have responded to me. :)

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              • 37. Helen Ang  |  March 14, 2016 at 8:31 pm

                re: “Preaching love-love-love from one side of your mouth and riding the politics of hate to become the second biggest party in Parliament.” / “I have preached nothing, I was only providing my view.”

                Your views are aligned with Firster propaganda.

                re: “I have made no statements about my political allegiances.”

                This thread is not the first time you’ve commented. Your political allegiance is hardly a state secret.

                re: “My only statements so far have only touched on how you are conveying your message, in this case, you seem to use hate.”

                Your statements so far have been hasbara for the neo-Zionists.

                For example, they (MCA/DAP supporters) accuse Malays as being “RACISTS!” wrt to support for 1Sekolah, i.e. anyone (in this case, mostly the pro-establishment Malays) who feels that vernacular schools have no place in Malaysia is a racist in Dapster eyes.

                Is the accusation true, i.e. Malays are racists for being against SRJK(C)? Nope.

                Now your accusation that I’m using hate is similarly false and merely parroting the Dapster’s repetitive line of attack on the five percent Chinese holdouts (called “running dogs”, “race traitors” and other derogatory names).

                The amount of hate showed by the majority Chinese on the minority (MCA, Gerakan diehards, mualaf, Baba & Nyonyas) is proof of the DAP’s insane culture of hate.

                It is the DAP that has propelled itself into the No.2 power in Parliament from the party’s wildly successful use of hate.

                That today Najib and Rosmah cannot be seen as doing anything right is testament to how the DAP’s cyber army and ceramahs have fomented a blind, rabid – and dangerous – hatred for the administration, for Umno, currently for PAS and for the Islamic depts/agencies.

                Together Umno, PAS and the Islamic body/bureaucracy account for a huge chunk of Malay-Muslim headcount. Hence DAP’s inability to shake off its reputation as anti-Malay and anti-Islam.

                re: “As for the politics of hate, you can see for yourself how you have responded to me.”

                What we can see is how you’re hell-bent on tegakkan benang basah through creating straw men arguments (e.g. as if all the racists, bigots, extremists, haters are only on the BN side) and why Singapore’s roving ambassador is spot-on to call the Chinese opposition supporters “delusional”.

                Nobody believes that the DAP practises the Politics of Love.

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                • 38. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  March 15, 2016 at 11:27 pm

                  Helen,

                  re: “Your views are aligned with Firster propaganda.”

                  Perhaps their propaganda align with mine :)

                  re: “Your political allegiance is hardly a state secret.”

                  Where have I stated my political allegiance?

                  re: “Now your accusation that I’m using hate is similarly false”

                  I see, so your articles do not use hate as the underlying theme.

                  I make no accusations other than to let you know that your articles seem to read that way.

                  re: “The amount of hate showed by the majority Chinese on the minority (MCA, Gerakan diehards, mualaf, Baba & Nyonyas)”

                  I can understand why some people might hate MCA, Gerakan and mualafs because such people are as stupid as those who blindly hate DAP, PKR, PAS, Amanah, Christians, etc.

                  But, gosh, why would anybody want to hate the Babas and the Nyonyas?

                  Most Babas and Nyonyas are some of the nicest people I have met and they have great food as well!

                  The Nyonya girls in my kampung are some of the prettiest and virtually every red-blooded male (Malay, Chinese, Indian) would love to have one as a girlfriend.

                  I have never met anybody who specifically hates Babas or Nyonyas and I have never read anywhere where anybody has said they hate the Babas and Nyonyas!

                  This is something completely new to me.

                  You should write an article on it because it is something which is very important. Seriously, it is.

                  re: “through creating straw men arguments”

                  I have made no arguments other than to offer you the “empirical data” you seek by giving you my views on your articles.

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      • 39. Akim  |  March 14, 2016 at 7:57 am

        I agree with Helen on many of the above. On the Jews, the Israelis, Christians, the Chinese, DAP, Hannah Yeoh.

        Even on UMNO/BN, I think. We both certainly don’t want DAP to be in Putrajaya in any shape or form, at any time ever. But we differ on the approach to ensure that they won’t be there after PRU14.

        Be that as it may, we’ll continue to pound on them as much as possible. DAP has spread so much hate in this country that many voters become gullible.

        Imagine, the woman Hannah Yeoh having decided to abscond from this country (applied and was rejected permanent residence down under) – clearly showing no loyalty or feelings for this country – was still elected. And made Speaker of Selangor DUN. What a farce. What utter biadap and kurang ajar Lim Guan Eng and DAP rubbing salt to Malaysia’s wound.

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  • 40. RINA  |  March 13, 2016 at 9:31 pm

    1MDB????
    RM2.6b????

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  • 41. truth  |  March 13, 2016 at 10:29 pm

    the chinese DAP dok keriau…apa ini najib…tun mahalir buat manyak pemangunan selang-selang saja dia kasi tulun itu tun punya anak…dok buat kempen la konon dekat customer2 depa.
    ada jugak melayu yang dok terbeliak bijik mata. tak tau la apa makna dia setuju ka heran ka atau lantak pi lah.

    DAP has succesfully made our tun their tool.
    Really sakit hati

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    • 42. Aku Melayu  |  March 13, 2016 at 11:59 pm

      The leader whom I used to admire and put on a high pedestal has let me down and has become a tool of DAP, the party I despise. He is digging his grave deeper and deeper and I don’t give 2 hoots. One day if someone talks of him to me, I’d say “Who is Mahathir?”

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      • 43. truth  |  March 14, 2016 at 6:34 pm

        i just hope that melayu projib, protun, proPas boleh berpeluk-peluk arnab (berbaik2 & bekerjasama despite our opinion differences) just like DAP & MCA berpeluk-peluk biawak.
        :)

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  • 44. calvinsankaran  |  March 14, 2016 at 9:37 am

    The only similar historical parallel of an alliance of previously sworn-enemies that I can think of is the 1939 Molotov Ribbentrop pack between Nazi Germany and Communist Soviet Union. This treaty has been called as the Devil’s Alliance with in many ways similar to the Protun and Dapster shotgun marriage of convenience.

    Interestingly that treaty had secret clauses within that was not revealed to public. It involved Germany and Russia dividing large parts of Eastern Europe.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if some similar arrangements exist between the Protuns and Pakatoons.

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    • 45. RINA  |  March 14, 2016 at 11:27 am

      http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2016/02/24/financial-performance-penang-vs-other-states/

      I was reading the analysis written by you, linked above.
      Could this be the ROOT cause of their fears, so they divert otak rakyats dengan cerita2 karut?… FDI pun mayak teluk wan. I am surprised, all the noise and Tsunami Cina and thats about all?

      BTW Harry Potter series pun dah keluarkan 8 movies. My teenage sons compared Penang 8yrs budget dengan 8 Harry Potter movies gross collections…terkejut mereka!

      Jijah pun lawak, already declared that her priority joining this declarasi rakyat is to FREE ANWAR?

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  • 46. Hussin abdulRahman  |  March 14, 2016 at 11:05 am

    Tun Mahathir pun berhidung besar..cam orang Yahudi.

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    • 47. Pseudo Phrenology  |  March 14, 2016 at 12:35 pm

      Come on Hussin, do you have a big brother?

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  • 48. Surrhead  |  March 14, 2016 at 11:56 am

    to hell with umno sums it up…..

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  • 49. Hussin abdulRahman  |  March 14, 2016 at 2:14 pm

    We should call their deklarasi rakyat…. Deklarasi Melekit..to include Tun Mahathir’s name, the other irrational Malays and Lim KIT Siang..Haha

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  • 50. Hussin abdulRahman  |  March 14, 2016 at 2:17 pm

    Melekit, in Bahasa Melayu, means sticky, clammy, rimas, unpleasant!

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