RBA Melayu

May 10, 2016 at 2:46 pm 43 comments

anime sailor moon snigger

Sementara perhatian kita ditumpukan kepada para calon Cina DAP bagi pilihanraya negeri Sarawak baru-baru ini, kita terlepas pandang 17 orang calon Dayak yang turut ditampilkan parti tersebut.

Selain daripada wakil kaum pribumi, DAP juga mengetengahkan seorang calon Melayu-Melanau yang diletakkan bertanding di sebuah kerusi bandar majoriti Cina.

Membenarkan sepanduk Roket untuk dibawa anggota bumiputeranya adalah suatu peralihan strategi dalam usaha DAP cuba menembusi kawasan luar bandar.

Sepertimana jua taktik baru ini telah dikedepankan ketika PRN11 di Sarawak, maka teknik perang saraf DAP pun dimajukan satu langkah ke hadapan.

Kalau dulu kita selalu beranggapan bahawa RBA mesti Cina, sekarang ini Melayu pula yang diupah untuk menjalankan propaganda media sosial.

Penyokong-penyokong Umno kini perlu berwaspada terhadap prepaid blogger dan operatif politik yang sebangsa dengan mereka. Melayu pemakan dedak ini lagi licik dan lagi pandai menipu dan membohong berbanding dengan Dapster biadab.

Advertisements

Entry filed under: Protun. Tags: .

Ferdinand Marcos Jr likely to become Philippines vice president DAP guna Melayu untuk ‘skrew’ Melayu

43 Comments Add your own

  • 1. tebing tinggi  |  May 10, 2016 at 4:45 pm

    Malangnya Melayu dah tak kenal Melayu , ada ramai Melayu distatuskan Melayu tetapi mereka mengatakan diri mereka Bugis ,Banjar, Boyan ,Jawa dan macam-macam lagi .

    Ada juga Melayu nak jadi Arab pulak . Malang sungguh nasib Melayu tak tahu apa yang mereka ada lagi .

    Hanya pada nama sahaja , jadilah kot .

    Reply
    • 2. Har  |  May 10, 2016 at 6:41 pm

      Apa nak dikatakan … ada sorang tu x bangga jadi melayu… kesian arwah kerana selalu membela LGE akhirnya PAS berpecah.

      Reply
      • 3. Loyar13  |  May 11, 2016 at 11:31 pm

        kalau kaki kau kene gangrene kene potong…itu berpecah ke?

        Reply
    • 4. RD.  |  May 11, 2016 at 5:19 pm

      Betul apa yang tebing tinggi tulis.
      Mungkin pasal itu juga, sekarang timbul istilah ‘bangsa Johor’. Setakat ‘Orang Johor’ atau ‘Rakyat Johor’…boleh juga saya telan. Di Amerika pun ada Califonian, Texan, Virginian dan lain-lain. langsung mereka tak sebut pasal California Race, Texas Race, Vagina Race…..etc.

      Bangsa Melayu memang terror bab perpecahan nih. Yang pelik, Melayu lebih berpecah bila dipimpin seorang Bangsawan kurang-bijak yang bergelumang persepsi buruk.
      Semalam dia mengambarkan seperti mahu menaikkan pula gaji penjawat awam. Jika di lihat dari sejarah, setiap kali gaji penjawat awam dinaikkan, harga barangan akan turut naik.

      Reply
      • 5. Helen Ang  |  May 11, 2016 at 6:04 pm

        re: “Betul apa yang tebing tinggi tulis.”

        Tebing tinggi ada pun sebut “Ada juga Melayu nak jadi Arab pulak.”

        Namun kian hari kian jelas ada seorang blogger Melayu pemakan dedak partri ultra kiasu yang sudah jadi sebiji macam Dapster.

        Saya yakin RD boleh cam siapakah si blogger prepaid tersebut.

        Reply
      • 6. RINA  |  May 11, 2016 at 6:51 pm

        RD
        Memang patut pun naikn gaji mereka. If you pay peanuts you only get monkeys. PM Singapore cuba risik berapa gaji dia? One if not the top paying PM in the world.

        For a Mast n Phd holder yg kerja dgn gomen..gaji depa bertahyn2 nak bayaq study, car and housing loans pun sekadar gagah2 to survive kalau kerja dengan gomen. Apatah lagi those getting minimum pay if RM1K per month? RM1K a month is a joke tau tak..

        I am in business and all my kids don’t work dengan gomen.. so we can compare tau.

        Reply
        • 7. RD.  |  May 11, 2016 at 7:56 pm

          Kalau harga barangan turut naik…ok la bagi civil servant. Tapi swasta dan yang bekerja-sendiri, macam mana? Mereka tiada kenaikan gaji.

          Takkan Kerajaan-Najib tak sedar,…..setiap kali ada kenaikan gaji penjawat-awam, harga barangan turut meningkat.

          Reply
          • 8. RINA  |  May 12, 2016 at 11:13 am

            RD,
            You faham2 sendiri la “golongan perompak” mana yang selalu sengaja kasi itu halega semua tiba2 naik melambong?

            Haiyaaa civil servant’s pay are way too low tau. Masakan pasai nak jaga puak swasta dan yang bekerja-sendiri civil servants pula yang kena sacrifice by getting paid low?

            Reply
  • 9. Setem  |  May 10, 2016 at 7:28 pm

    Penyokong2 UMNO pun ada yang pandai macam Cik Helen.

    Kalau semuanya YES-man seperti yang diharap oleh Presidennya yang senget, dah lama UMNO terkubur.

    Reply
  • 10. mohdzai  |  May 10, 2016 at 7:59 pm

    Ye Melayu umno lagi biadap ,Bilon wang hilang,tekan rakyat puiiiii

    Reply
    • 11. RINA  |  May 11, 2016 at 8:41 am

      mohdzai

      http://newseastwest.com/like-india-china-to-introduce-china-card-to-lure-overseas-chinese-to-emigrate-back/

      The choice is yours. Apa lagi lu mau tunggu sini lama2?

      Reply
      • 12. C72  |  May 11, 2016 at 11:20 am

        The source of this article is from a forum posting. No other news agency is carrying this story except for a handful of Malaysian online news portals. I don’t believe it’s true.

        Reply
        • 13. RINA  |  May 11, 2016 at 6:58 pm

          Kan ada kedutaan masing2… Hai pelawa macam ni punya peluang dan kemudahan masakan dok diam2 aje?

          Kepada si Anu2 yang hidup tertekan dan merana bertahun2 dMalaysia, quicklyx2 go and check… don’t miss such golden opportunity.

          Reply
  • 14. Abdul H Ismail  |  May 11, 2016 at 1:16 am

    Tebing tinggi and Har are RBAs. They write in Malay but don’t sound authentically Malay. Choice of words plus their over-eagerness (read: kiasu) to respond to the article are dead giveaways!

    Reply
    • 15. Helen Ang  |  May 11, 2016 at 1:30 am

      ‘tebing tinggi’ with the small double ‘t’ is a genuine commenter. He’s the ori.

      ‘Tebing Tinggi’ with the big double ‘t’ is a Singaporean wannabe …

      Reply
      • 16. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  May 11, 2016 at 1:48 am

        I did not realize there were two Tebing tinggi’s. I also did not think a person can be that. Talk about innocence.

        Reply
        • 17. Helen Ang  |  May 11, 2016 at 7:10 am

          tebing tinggi small ‘t’ has been a regular commenter for years.

          Tebing Tinggi big ‘t’ (ge sometimes uses this moniker with Roman numerals suffixed to the name) is trolling Encik Small ‘t’ at Annie’s blog, and perhaps elsewhere too.

          Big T is not a cybertrooper. He’s just being annoyingly kiasu (Singaporean wannabe, you see).

          Reply
      • 18. Abdul H Ismail  |  May 11, 2016 at 2:19 pm

        Gotcha. Thanks.

        Reply
    • 19. Har  |  May 11, 2016 at 7:01 pm

      Im not RBA.

      Reply
    • 21. Helen Ang  |  May 11, 2016 at 10:51 am

      A good resource. I recommend the blog above for its other elections analysis too.

      Reply
      • 22. DAH IKHWAN  |  May 11, 2016 at 11:14 am

        Thanks Helen.

        Reply
    • 23. kampong lad  |  May 12, 2016 at 11:21 am

      itu perbandingan utk prn (not bad), how about pru13 (parliament) in sarawak?

      dari angka2 yg diperolehi, can i safely say that umno baru/bn jgn terlebih syiok kerana sentimen di sarawak tak sama dgn malaya.

      24.6% in prn 2011 vs 5% in pru 2013.

      Reply
  • 24. Mulan Malaysia  |  May 11, 2016 at 1:21 pm

    If “screw the Malays” is not racist, then white ang pow is environmentally safe. Bah Kut Teh can also be vegan.
    http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/05/11/kit-siang-hew-remarks-vulgar/
    “DAP’s “Superman” Hew Kuan Yau’s “screw the Malays” remark was crude and vulgar but not racist, says Lim Kit Siang (pic).”

    Reply
  • 25. Mulan  |  May 11, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    http://www.thestar.com.my/news/world/2016/05/11/queen-e-caught-on-camera-calling-chinese-officials-very-rude/

    “LONDON: Queen Elizabeth has been caught on camera saying Chinese officials were “very rude” to the British ambassador during a state visit to Britain by President Xi Jinping last year.”

    Isn’t “ludeness” just a cultural misunderstanding? Like Superman Hew, he no lasis.

    Reply
  • 26. Anon  |  May 11, 2016 at 8:34 pm

    Dear Helen,

    Count me like yourself now …… Had a “life changing experience” today ….. as a lecturer and researcher at a private higher educational institution, I wanted to move on after few years to focus on full-time research like what I was doing at UM for the past 7 years before ….. went for an interview at the Penang Institute (think-tank of the Penang state govt) in Kuala Lumpur and it was the worst interview ever …… toxic …. and weird ….

    The office is on the 1st floor at Menara 1Mont Kiara …..

    Interviewer was Dr Ong Kian Ming, the MP for Serdang ….. his phone call to me just before the Sarawak state election was very friendly and reassuring ….. told me that he’d get in touch after the election ….

    But at the face-to-face interview, his demeanour changed completely … and by that I mean Jekyll and Hyde ………..

    From start to finish, the interview was interspersed with condescending, arrogant, self-righteous, contemptuous remarks …… It was supposed to be an informal chat as he put it but turned out to be an “inquisition” …….

    The arrogance wasn’t just arrogance in self-defence or a knee jerk reaction but a mengerikan …. something of the dark, fiendish, and yet self-righteous arrogance that was …. simply scary ……

    If I were a Malay I shudder at the thought of the DAP ruling the country ……

    From today onwards, I’m no longer supporting the DAP ……. I’m supporting UMNO and Barisan Nasional ……….

    Reply
    • 27. RINA  |  May 12, 2016 at 11:34 am

      ……If I were a Malay I shudder at the thought of the DAP ruling the country ……

      I live among the die hard DAP supporters for almost 18yrs now. Memang menakutkan cara hidup mereka, memang payah nak percaya they are Malaysians, as you pointed out, toxic and weird!

      Reply
      • 28. Anon  |  May 12, 2016 at 12:21 pm

        Thank you for your comments …..

        It is the DAP that needs to be checked and balanced ……

        People like that will step on everyone’s head ……

        And yes, they’re only good at provoking and rousing the anger of the Malays …….. blinded by their self-righteousness …..they’re fanatics actually …….

        Reply
        • 29. RINA  |  May 12, 2016 at 6:02 pm

          That is why I really appreciate what CikHelen is doing and regularly visit her blog. “Takes guts for a Chinese to point out what other Chinese are doing”.

          I know because I am VERY close dengan depa.
          To air out their dissatisfaction/grouses sesama mereka, they come to me and let out their steam. Lagipun I employ Chinese kat kedai saya. Our ex Amah was also a Chinese. So I know banyak rahsia2 dalaman harian mereka.. Ego, jealousy, hatred among them (clans) pun apa kurangnya.

          Tapi the way they behave, macam they are not Malaysians..nothing they like about Malaysia tapi bila tanya why they dont migrate back..dah pula tala cakap segala2nya yang buruk pula pasai China and the people of China…..memang pelik!

          Reply
          • 30. shamshul anuar  |  May 13, 2016 at 2:37 pm

            RINA,

            I asked several Chinese friends what they are upset about UMNO, Malays, Governments.

            Many gave lost list of grievances(from their view points). Among them are
            1) UMNO is not fair to non Malays. They gave examples of huge majority of civil servants are from Malay community. They asked why cant a Chinese be IGP.

            And i told them that the priority to Malays in civil,service sector is accorded in the Constitution IN RETURN of unrivalled generosity of Raja Raja Melayu to grant citizenships to Chinese.

            2) They lament that Malaysians go separate ways. They say why cant we follow Singapore way. i told them there are no Chinese schools in Singapore. They changed subjects after I said that.

            3) They claimed UMNO is racist. I told them that in Kulim, MCA representative won in that hugely Malay area. IF UMNO is racist, MCA wont be able to win in Malay area.

            4) They claimed Malays look down on Chinese. I said the otherwise is the truth.

            5) Many chinese claim UMNO behaves UMNO behaves like supremo. I told them UMNO is the supremo, having the lion share of BN seats.

            I advise them to know the Malays. taking advices from DAP on Malays or anything that is important to Malays will only bring collision between the two races.

            Reply
          • 31. Anon  |  May 13, 2016 at 5:28 pm

            Yes, RINA ……. it’s one of those places where people can discuss UNpolitically-correct things ….. LOL ……… about the DAPster (I hesitate to say DAP Chinese at it would be generalising) ….

            Actually in my humble opinion and based on experience, the overseas – as in Western – educated Chinese are the most arrogant, kurang ajar and super-haughty and contemptuous lost of all …………. (I say this as a Western-educated Chinese) …..

            They operate according to a different value system ….. a sense of superiority which is ironically very crude and base …… that is superior instinct that’s monstrous if I may put it ….. looking down on everyone else ……

            This is my best friends are actually Chinese-educated ones …. who still speak good English but exude a different demeanour …..

            These Western-educated ones lack empathy and sympathy and always think that they’re the best ……. some of my cousins are like that …………

            They inhabit a different world despite supposedly being sophisticated ….. know next to nothing about the actual reality of the Malays as epitomised in their mantra that “Malays are lazy” …..

            It has to be said that I find their cuckoo-land mindset to be all the more acute since I spent seven solid years as a full-time researcher (and for the most part the only Chinese there) at the International Institute of Public Policy & Management (INPUMA), University of Malaya as well as a part-time student at the same place (Master of Public Policy) …. and there were so many intelligent and articulate Malay students as my colleagues …. not to mention my Malay boss (lady) ……. one of my work colleagues was not a researcher but grant administrator but could write excellent speeches in Malay …..

            And Calvin’s right ……. as it is, like OKM, I’m also into research in public policy and even though I may not be his intellectual equal, we are in the same boat as far as vocation is concerned sans (minus) the (party) politics side …… yet it was a totally different spirit ……. to repeat if I were a Malay who typically is laid-back, somewhat cordial and even gentle in demeanour, I’d shudder at the thought of OKM and DAP taking on the reins of power someday ……. if I as a Malay don’t make a stand and let it be known, OKM and the likes of him will step all over people’s head ……..

            Actually I have to say that OKM is a bit of bully himself and has the making of a “Flashman” in reference to the Bullingdon club in Oxford where students from the political and social elite belong to or used to belonged to ….. these

            What a Jekyll and Hyde figure ……………

            Towards the end of the interview, he facepalmed again but this time as if he was sobbing …. menitis air mata ….

            On reflection, I think I know why …………in trying to put me down, he failed to deflate my ego as I kept my cool throughout ……….. so it was his’ that was deflated in the end …………

            These people are as kurang ajar as they come and that is the truth and nothing but the truth ……..

            Personally, I’ll be “sending out” a message that it’s time to put the DAP in their place(!) …… that the DAP is bad for inter-ethnic relations rather than the other way round ……….. and so a barrier or stumbling-block to further progress in nation-building ………………..

            Reply
            • 32. Helen Ang  |  May 13, 2016 at 5:42 pm

              Anon,

              Pls use a particular pseudonym the next time you comment. Thanks.

              Reply
              • 33. Edelweiss  |  May 13, 2016 at 9:33 pm

                Ok, Helen …….

                TQ

                Reply
                • 34. HY  |  May 14, 2016 at 12:30 am

                  u judge dap base on 1 interview? i think okm did the right thing, u nor worth his time, though I always think okm n tony lack depth, macam budak.

                  Reply
      • 35. calvinsankaran  |  May 12, 2016 at 2:06 pm

        Penang institute is not an institute but a gravy train in guise of an academic centre. OKM has been hired in KL merely to provide him additional income and pick up his tabs for his travels for political purposes.

        The same thing is happening at the Penang HQ where Zairil is the Chairman. It is full of political appointees who produce nothing but pocket fat pay checks.

        I don’t know much about OKM personally but I guess he’s probably pissed off having to interview someone who is obviously not a member of RBA.

        Reply
        • 36. Anon  |  May 12, 2016 at 9:58 pm

          Dear Calvin,

          Thank you very much for your comments.

          Pg Institute in KL is located at 21st floor or Menara 1Mont Kiara …. a very small outfit ….

          Not sure how long it’s existed but the office is bare ……. it’s as if they’re agents peddling Penang Monthly which used to be academic and serious policy work but reduced to a lifestyle and heritage magazine-lite(!) these days under the DAP …..

          Was a staunch and hardcore DAP supporter since high school …..

          Not anymore! It’s BN for me now! I’m offering whatever I can in public policy in support of BN ……..

          Keep up the good work, Calvin!

          Look forward to new articles coming out from you (in M’siakini, FMT, etc.) …..

          Reply
  • 37. calvinsankaran  |  May 12, 2016 at 9:05 am

    Sorry to be off topic but I couldn’t help but share this here…

    —————————————————————-
    It is not an offence for policemen to ask Malaysians to sing the Negaraku if they are unable to produce their MyKad, a senior police officer said yesterday. Bukit Aman traffic police chief SAC Mahamad Akhir Darus said it was, however, not the police’s Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

    He said this when commenting on an allegation by blogger Raine Lee, 25, that she had to do so after being stopped by traffic policemen at a roadblock recently. He said it was up to the policeman on duty to handle the situation professionally if a driver was unable to provide his or her MyKad.

    “My men have not committed any offence (by asking someone to sing Negaraku) if those stopped fail to produce their MyKad,” he said. “But this is not our SOP. Those on duty have their own methods in dealing with such situations.”

    Lee had posted on her Facebook account on Sunday that she was asked to sing the national anthem to prove she was Malaysian after failing to produce her MyKad at a roadblock. She, however, did not reveal when and where the incident took place.

    She said she had lost her MyKad two months ago and had not applied for a replacement.

    Reply
    • 38. kampong lad  |  May 12, 2016 at 10:36 am

      your point is?

      a similar case wrt polis’ sop many years ago when senior citizens caught & detained for playing mahjong got the heads shaved bald. legal action cud not be taken, why?

      Reply
      • 39. calvinsankaran  |  May 12, 2016 at 2:08 pm

        My point is that the Chinese resent being called as pendatang yet don’t know how to converse in BM or sing the national anthem. And this girl did not even report the loss of her IC after 2 months yet have all the time in the world to take countless selfies and update her blog.

        Reply
        • 40. kampong lad  |  May 12, 2016 at 9:56 pm

          tq for the enlightening clarification. failing to produce id is an offense. tak masuk ‘hotel’ & dihadapkan ke mahkamah sudah kira nasib baik. she should be grateful.

          Reply
  • 41. DAH IKHWAN  |  May 12, 2016 at 3:22 pm

    Saudara Kampong Lad, Chinese voter support for Sarawak BN was 29% in PRU 13 and this was already an improvement over 2011 election figure. Semenanjung political support for BN are different from Sarawak, but whether there is an improvement right now, it is difficult to say. The coming two by elections will unswer that qestion.

    Reply
    • 42. kampong lad  |  May 12, 2016 at 10:19 pm

      tq. kalau dap letak calon2 utk prk akan datang, pastinya kalah tapi deposit tak hangus. jadi, adalah kurang bijak sekiranya umno baru berharap sokongan 5% akan bertambah berdasarkan prn sarawak.

      Reply
      • 43. DAH IKHWAN  |  May 13, 2016 at 6:25 am

        Saudara, jika Dap bertanding di PRK, pasti DAP akan dapat hampir semua undi Cina dan undi Melayu akan direbut antara umno dan PAS. Jika ini berlaku umno boleh menang dgn selesa.

        Reply

Dijemput memberi komen anda

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Trackback this post  |  Subscribe to the comments via RSS Feed


My blog, my like

Helen Ang

Recent Posts

Kalender

May 2016
M T W T F S S
« Apr   Jun »
 1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031  

Pengunjung

  • 7,532,437 hits

Archives

Feeds


%d bloggers like this: