Yesterday, DAP Youth Subang chief Edry Faisal Eddy Yusof came under the spotlight when he was directed to receive the memo from Ali Tinju. (See my previous posting).
None of the Chinese leaders in the DAP’s Pudu headquarters had wanted to come out and face the Baju Merah. So they sent their errand boy to do the needful.
BELOW: Edry Faisal is in white T-shirt; Ali Tinju is wearing the sun shades
What were they thinking when they joined?!
DAP is full of Chinese but when it came to the crunch (facing a group of angry red-shirted Malay protestors), it was a Malay who was pushed to the forefront to be cannon fodder.
Edry Faisal writes about his face-to-tace yesterday with Ali Tinju, saying, “[beliau] menolak untuk menyerahkan memorandum mereka kepada saya hanya kerana saya berketurunan Melayu. Apakah yang sedang bermain di dalam otak mereka? Sekadar mahu cetus provokasi kaum?”
The same question can be asked of Dapsy Subang chief Edry and his fellow Roketkini boys like Izmil Amri (Hannah Yeoh’s Twitter pet): “Apakah yang sedang bermain di dalam otak mereka ketika menyertai DAP?”
BELOW: The DAP national exco is full of Chinese
Malays not worth satu kupang in the DAP
The sole Malay guy (Dr Ariffin) and two Sabah (Dr Edwin Bosi) and Sarawak (Dr John Brian Anthony) pribumis were appointed to the committee. They did not win delegate votes in the party election despite their impressive ‘Doctor’ titles.
This lack of appreciation for non-Chinese is like casting pearls before swine. No Malay has ever made it in the DAP on merit with the exception of Ahmad Nor.
Utusan Online (@UMonline) September 19, 2013
Former DAP vice chairman Zulkifli Mohd Noor said the party leadership considered Malays to be “ahli 50 sen” who are irrelevant in the bigger scheme of things.
DAP’s appointed Malay vice chairman not in limelight
The DAP Malay quota vice chairman is Dr Ariffin Omar who has an NGO background with Penang’s Aliran. Like Tunku Aziz Ibrahim before him, he is given the senate seat allocated to Penang in the Dewan Negara.
Despite Dr Ariffin’s exalted position – on paper, that is – he’s in reality out of the loop with regard to party matters.
Aside from the Lims, those we hear speaking publicly on behalf of the DAP are Tony Pua, Anthony Loke, Teresa Kok, Liew Chin Tong and Teo Nie Ching (assistant national publicity secretary). All Chinese.
One hilarious facet of the Melayu presence in DAP is that the only Malay MP in the party is an ex-Umno man — Mohd Ariff Sabri (see table below).
ABOVE: The table shows that Malay Aduns make up less than one percent of the total DAP reps in the state assemblies
DAP takes good care of its Malay mouthpieces — Zein Isma
Umno Selangor info chief Zein Isma Ismail revealed that these Malays are well fed (“kebajikan mereka dijaga sepenuhnya”) by DAP.
Zein Isma said, “Ramai anak muda Melayu dilantik dalam organisasi DAP diberi imbuhan tetap”.
According to him, the DAP believes that putting Malays on its payroll “merupakan satu pelaburan yang amat berbaloi untuk jangka masa panjang”. He cites self-professed “liberal” Azira Aziz (picture below) who is Hannah Yeoh’s aide, as one example of the DAP’s Melayu Baru investment.
BELOW: It is Malays who confront the police while their DAP bosses stay safe and snug at home
Malay window dressing a front for Chinaman party
Calvin Sankaran observes @ 2016/04/01 at 10:36 am,
“You can be almost sure that when there is an issue related to Islam/Malay culture, the fake Malay Zairil, Syerleena, Dyana, etc will be writing to the press to express ‘their’ liberal views.”
Calvin believes that these Malays are merely parroting the views of Komtar.
Despite Zairil being given such a high profile by the Lim Dynasty, he had originally scraped the bottom of the barrel among the Top 40 finishers in the party’s disputed and controversial election.
(Note: Only the top 20 finishers are elected to the DAP central committee.)
BELOW: Zairil in the twilight zone between Malay and Chinese identity
Apart from Godfather Karpal and his son Gobind plus Perak’s Kula, the rest of the top 20 are Chinese contestants — see bar chart below.
Among the Malays, the top finisher was Dr Ariffin (No.37), Ahmad Ton (No.38) and Zairil in the 40th spot.
Imagine! You finish 37th place in the party election but you get to be appointed DAP vice chairman solely on account of the colour of your skin.
Now if the DAP is willing to do the Malay individual such generous favours, what does it ask of him in return?
Edry Faisal is a Malay appointed to the DAP Selangor exco. We can see what the DAP expected of him — face the Baju Merah.
How did the DAP Malays drift to the Dark Side?
One way of looking at it is to ask, What kind of Melayu would want to join the DAP?
Turning the question around, what kind of Malay does the DAP seek to cultivate?
Those rejected by Umno, for one. Ariff Sabri – the DAP’s Raub MP – was previous Umno Adun for Pulau Manis in GE11 (2004). But he was not offered to recontest or defend his seat in GE12 (2008).
Likewise the prepaid blogger who was rejected by Umno Johor and PMO and ejected by Media Prima would be ripe for the picking by his DAP handlers.
DAP Malays are willing to be the propaganda channel for the DAP Firsters.
When the Malay is in cahoots with Cina DAP, the inevitable outcome is that the domineering Chinese take over. You can see this clearly in one particular Protun blog dominated by Dapsters.
DAP Malays are those Melayu yang tidak mempunyai jati diri. One of them is even willing to go to the hilarious extent of creating an imaginary half Chinese family for himself.
Don’t be surprised if the DAP Malays know how to sing Majulah Singapura. But seriously, what do they brainwash them in Sekolah Demokrasi DAP?