Video: Tun has become the No.1 ABU man

May 16, 2016 at 12:49 pm 46 comments

Listen for yourself.

Tun appealed to the public to make sure that BN loses the coming by-elections in Kuala Kangsar and Sungai Besar.

Tun ABU

Umno is the party that is defending the two seats. So Tun is obviously rooting for the defeat of Umno.

In fact, Tun even went as far as to urge that voters choose anything but BN (read: Umno).

He said in minute 0:54,

“Kita tahu bahawa kalau kita ada hanya satu lawan satu, kita boleh tentukan kekalahan Barisan Nasional dengan mengundi seberapa banyak mungkin kepada calon yang melawan Barisan Nasional. Jangan kira siapa calon ini … tetapi yang utama ialah mengalahkan BN untuk menunjuk kepada Najib bahawa rakyat sudah tidak lagi sokong. Sebab itu kita harus bekerja keras untuk mengalahkan BN dalam pilihanraya kecil pada kali ini”.

Earlier before the Deklarasi Mahathir brought his animus out into the open, I’d already blogged that the Protuns were sekongkol dengan Dapsters, and that Tun and Kit Siang were beginning to sound like each other in the things that they said.

I was not wrong.

Kit Siang LKS Tun Mahathir

Melayu DAP

There is DAP’s Dyana Sofea who used to be a ‘flower girl’ at Perkasa events.

The photo below shows the then younger-looking Dyana all decked up as part of the reception committee to greet Tun at one of the Perkasa gatherings where he was the guest-of-honour.

There are also other Malay pol-secs, press secs and aides to the DAP Yang Berhormats. They’re on the DAP payroll. Abdul Aziz Isa, for instance, is special assistant to DAP Sarawak chief Chong Chieng Jen.

DyanaPerkasa

More Melayu DAP

Hannah Yeoh’s senior assistant is the kickin’-and-screamin’ Azira Aziz (pix below).

Then there are those Malays associated with DAP outfits such as Sekolah Demokrasi DAP and Roketkini. The principal of the party’s famed political school is a Malay former newsman.

There are too the high profile awek cun who are DAP Impian co-ordinators such as Young Syefura Othman.

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - 2015/08/01: A protester was detained by Malaysian police during the "Tangkap Najib" (Arrest Najib) protest in Kuala Lumpur.They demand that Najib resigns as prime minister immediately. (Photo by Rasid Mohd/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)

And some more Melayu DAP

Add to the list DAP Malay programme directors, activists on the ground, political operatives and campaign workers as well as the Malays who have been appointed to DAP-linked organizations (Penang GLCs, think tanks) and city/municipal councils.

Syerleena Abdul Rashid, for example, is the Wanita DAP national assistant publicity secretary who is an MPPP councillor.

The DAP of today has an ample war chest and it shows in the scope and penetration – even into rural Sarawak and Sabah – and into Malay blogosphere and social media.

laugh China girl

Incredible journey from “Apa lagi Cina mahu?” to lebih Cina dari Cina

But the most ‘remarkable’ Melayu DAP has got to be that shape-shifting fraudster who created his fictional Chinese family and concocted those coy Chinese grandmother stories.

The length that a cheating and lying Malay is willing to go to for the sake of dedak from the ultra kiasu …

Dulu bukan main kuat dia melenting “Apa lagi Cina mahu?” and “Moderation is dead” at that time when his bigshot Umno political patron bit the dust.

anime sailor moon sniggerWhat an amazing 180-degree turnaround.

Under the tutelage of the Cina ultra, he has morphed into a “Melayu screw Melayu” hired tool.

Nowadays you can smell Dapsterism oozing from every pore of his blog. That’s what happens when RBAs take over your territory. One can even identify his handler Mr Alphabet Soup — the slick masquerader (menyamar sebagai seorang Melayu anti-kerajaan, anti-DAP).

This particular Protun-DAP hybrid claims he is “blogging just for fun”, neh. No agenda whatsoever, konon. If you can believe that, you will also believe that he’s a biracial sweet young thing.

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  • 1. grkumar  |  May 16, 2016 at 12:54 pm

    A sad embittered man of the past. Next thin you know he will want to share Ambiga’s bed. (or even Anwar’s).

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    • 2. Setem  |  May 16, 2016 at 1:12 pm

      A man of the past whose actions are being closely monitored by the BN govt, and religiously blogged by Helen.

      Isn’t that a contradiction in terms?

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      • 3. Helen Ang  |  May 16, 2016 at 1:24 pm

        re: “religiously blogged by Helen”

        Previously you refused to accept that Tun bersekongkol dengan DAP. Today their relationship cannot be denied any longer.

        I don’t think you can even be skeptical anymore wrt what I exposed about the fraud, i.e. ‘her’ (his) gender, ethnicity and occupation. Dah terang lagi bersuluh, seluarnya dilondehkan diri sendiri.

        It’s equally obvious that DAP is on a high gear recruitment drive of Malays, and the Protuns are a ‘talent pool’ the DAP is fishing in.

        There is a tipping point. A number of diehard Tun fans think he has crossed the line by clearly calling for Umno to be defeated — the words straight from the horse’s mouth, okay.

        But you’re okay with his cooperation with DAP to grab federal power from the ruling party?

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        • 4. tebing tinggi  |  May 16, 2016 at 4:10 pm

          What wrong ,in giving UMNO a lesson ,after all UMNO government is far from falling yet until GE 14.

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          • 5. Helen Ang  |  May 16, 2016 at 5:02 pm

            Tun on his own does not have enough power to teach Umno a lesson. He could not even help his son retain the Kedah MB job.

            So in order to leverage on the entire opposition front, Tun terpaksa bersekongkol dengan DAP, Azmin, Tian Chua, Mahfuz, PAN, Ambiga, Bersih, Hisham Rais, etc.

            Of course he’s trying to use LKS & the evangelical party and likewise they’re trying to use Tun … qyuid pro quo.

            The problem when you make a pact with the devil is that you never walk away unscathed. Take Annie Anakin for example. He used the Cina ultra and RBAs to get back at me. In turn, the Dapsters are given the free rein to hijack Life of Annie.

            And you yourself can see how his blog has gone to the gutter ever since he $old his soul, compared to earlier times before the Dapsters started taking control of it.

            Tun does not have significant Malay support. If he had, he would have successfully ousted Najib as Umno president by now. So he turned to the opposition to get support and those 1.2 million signatures (konon).

            However his exposure to them makes him vulnerable to their toxic influence. The DAP is doing to Tun what their Dapsters did to Annie, who has today turned very ugly (and lying all the time).

            Just like Annie is whacking Malays and Umno, so is Tun. Not too long ago, Tun scolded the party members as “pemakan dedak” and today he scolded the Ketua Bahagians and YBs.

            Malaysiakini
            ‘s story headline makes Tun sound like an evangelical preacher, see tweet below. Lambat laun (but it doesn’t really take that long), you become like them.

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            • 6. tebing tinggi  |  May 16, 2016 at 5:39 pm

              As season politician and has been in UMNO for years he knows that he is burning himself down ,but that the sacrifice he got to take , stand up to what he knows and believe .

              He is been seen as fighting the battle alone ,the rest of the opposition minds are more or less “tumpang sibuk je ” taking advantage of the political mileage they could get ,that why no opposition party declare in support of the Tun move ,only as individual representation .

              Tun could not care less of his reputation ,is there something to consider ,and he could go to jail ,for treason .

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              • 7. Aku Melayu  |  May 17, 2016 at 6:10 am

                Mahathir is suffering from delusions of grandeur. He still thinks he is very important and has control of the country. Whenever he opens his mouth, I feel so embarrassed because I used to put him on a high pedestal. He should use his God given brain to gauge whether he is still relevant in Malaysian politics. How many people come to listen to his BS talks nowadays? That’s a good yardstick to gauge his popularity. But sadly, he refuses to acknowledge that not many people come to his ‘Save Malaysia’ ceramah. Thar’s a symptom of delusions of grandeur – a type of mental disorder. What he should do is to get a psychological assessment of his brain ASAP before he turns coocoo!

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      • 8. grkumar  |  May 16, 2016 at 4:21 pm

        Not necessarily so. Everyone has a right and a different perspective and interest in any situation

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  • 9. Jade Emperor  |  May 16, 2016 at 2:01 pm

    UMNO now is not like anything Dr.Mahathir bequeathed to Malaysians.

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    • 10. shamshul anuar  |  May 16, 2016 at 3:34 pm

      Jade Emperor,

      Back then, we did not have ex PM waging war against UMNO. GrantedTun Hussein did criticize Tun Mahathir, but he did not wishing UMNO dead

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      • 11. RD.  |  May 16, 2016 at 4:16 pm

        It would not have come to this if Najib had long gone. And since its UMNO-Najib contesting in both, as usual, cash-laden by-election, a crushing defeat, would surely opened Najib and his sycophants’ eyes of their fate in GE14.

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        • 12. Helen Ang  |  May 16, 2016 at 5:17 pm

          re: “It would not have come to this if Najib had long gone.”

          Perhaps wrt Tun, his initial objective was only to bring down Najib (like he did Pak Lah) and not to bring about the downfall of Umno and BN.

          Nonetheless you can’t apply that criteria for DAP.

          DAP’s aim is nothing short of ABU and whoever becomes the Umno president (tak kira Muhyiddin ke, Zahid ke), that individual would have become the DAP’s target because the party’s ultimate aim is to depose Umno-BN and grab power.

          It’s not just Najib that the DAP hate. They hate Hadi, the PAS ulama, Adenan, Apandi, Khalid Abu Bakar and even a non-politician, non-public office holder like Ridhuan Tee … in short anyone who stands in the way of their ambition.

          So while Najib may be the weak link at the moment, you’re mistaken to think that with Najib out of the way, things will take a turn for the better or to stabilize.

          Let me tell you this: The minute that Najib stumbles, the DAP will launch a full-scale assault and bring Malay power to its knees.

          You do not have the luxury of teaching Umno a lesson now and believing that you can bring BN back the next round.

          I voted Pakatan in 2008 and by 2013, I already wanted them out of Selangor.

          But instead of us (the voters) having the power to sack, it was DAP & Gang instead that doubled their strength in the DUN – even winning big in Johor – and not to mention make an evangelista the S’gor Speaker.

          Waktu sedar diri dah diperdaya, menangis air mata darah pun tak berguna lagi.

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          • 13. tebing tinggi  |  May 16, 2016 at 6:51 pm

            re,Let me tell you this : The minute that Najib stumble ,DAP will lunch a full scale assault and bring Malay powers down .

            The big headed DAP also knows ,they wont be a success ,instead the party inviting for self destruction .

            The Malays only want to remove Najib noting more nothing less ,and the Malays seldom go overboard .

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            • 14. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2016 at 2:00 am

              re: “The Malays only want to remove Najib noting more nothing less”

              If Tun is able to remove Najib nothing more, nothing less, then he should by right have already accomplished the feat within the Umno setting, e.g. revolt by the KBUs or Umno MPs.

              And since the Protuns are unable to remove Najib on their own, Tun has to seek the cooperation of the opposition.

              If Tun holds less power and the DAP holds more power in their relationship, then Tun is not going to be able to call the shots in their relationship and stop at no more and no less than Najib alone.

              And sinces it is DAP driving the train, then they can decide if they want to continue and flatten Umno and BN also (and not just stop at Najib alone).

              Instead it was Mukhriz who was removed.
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          • 15. Edelweiss  |  May 16, 2016 at 10:51 pm

            Yeah …… I don’t know even Helen personally ….. haven’t had the opportunity to see her in person ………. but what she said echoes completely and totally my sentiments …… and I strongly believe and am confident that of many disillusioned Chinese voters also ……………

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            • 16. RD.  |  May 17, 2016 at 11:38 am

              “…..but what she said echoes completely and totally my sentiments….”

              Well, when it comes to being pessimistic, I’m confident too, that ladies outdo men.

              Najib heads NSC or MKN. He’s now the Agong who can declare a state of emergency’ rendering GE being postponed, definitely. Of-course Kit Siang dare not said it openly as he might risk… SOSMAed. I guest, that what makes Kit Siang agreed with Dr.M Deklarasi Rakyat ….. to bring down, only Najib and not BN or UMNO.

              “But instead of us (the voters) having the power to sack, it was DAP & Gang instead that doubled their strength in the DUN – even winning big in Johor – and not to mention make an evangelista the S’gor Speaker.”

              With Najib at the helm, I think DAP would have a better chance in make ‘an evangelista’ in almost all states.

              Anyway, DAP can never-never rule on its own without the Malays and that is why they need leeches like Mat Sabu and the gang. ‘Cash is King’ here too, but on the receiving end.

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              • 17. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2016 at 2:44 pm

                re: “Anyway, DAP can never-never rule on its own without the Malays and that is why they need leeches like Mat Sabu and the gang.”

                And to do the legwork (e.g. black propaganda in the social media), the Malay-screw-Malay hired tool.

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                • 18. RD.  |  May 18, 2016 at 11:31 am

                  If Najib/Rosmah or UMNO’s politicians have not done anything wrong or nefarious, I very-very sure there would be no room for anyone screwing anybody, much less manipulating the legwork of “the Malay-screw-Malay hired tool” or not.

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                  • 19. Helen Ang  |  May 18, 2016 at 3:52 pm

                    Even if you put aside the Najib-Rosmah factor, the DAP will still beli their Melayu-Melayu balaci.

                    The oppo had a big win – 5 states & almost all of FT seats – in 2008 when Pak Lah was PM and there was no whiff of 1MDB and RM2.6b donation as yet.

                    Sarawak is not so much Najib’s turf because it’s the only state without Umno. However the DAP put up more than one-and-a-half dozen Dayak candidates. DAP’s sole Malay candidate in S’wak scolded his grandmother for being anti-DAP.

                    DAP has big ambitions to extend beyond their traditional base and to do away with having to rely on PAS (last time) to be its conduit to the Malays.

                    So, as to the question of whether they will upah their Malay macai to screw the Malay community, the answer remains a ‘Yes’. It’s obviously their strategy.

                    Malay staff working for the DAP evangelistas are radical, e.g. Hannah Yeoh’s aide Azira Aziz who carried the placard saying Kalau tak sokong Bersih, mesti anda kotor (to that effect) during the Bersih 4.0 rally. She was also arrested by police at an earlier and separate street protest.

                    Dyana Sofya hentams Mara, Syeerlena Abdul Rashid hentams the Islamic agencies and Tengku Zulpuri hentamed one state Mufti. Zairil also hentams Malay institutions. It’s obvious that the party is using Malays to “screw” Malays.

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                    • 20. drinho  |  May 19, 2016 at 8:47 am

                      re: Dyana Sofya hentams Mara, Syeerlena Abdul Rashid hentams the Islamic agencies and Tengku Zulpuri hentamed one state Mufti. Zairil also hentams Malay institutions

                      Are you saying that a Malay cannot ‘whack’ a government agency run by Malays? Such agency must be protected at all times irrespective of any wrongdoing?

                    • 21. Helen Ang  |  May 19, 2016 at 9:32 am

                      I’m pointing out that Dyana, Syerleena, Zairil and Co. sre trotted out like clockwork to whack Mara, Jakim etc, whenever issue crops up. DAP’s Melayu-screw-Melayu strategy in play.

                      Are you saying that a DAP Chinese YB cannot whack a government agency run by Malays/Muslims? Such agency must be whacked only by its Malay party members whenever DAP wants to express its displeasure?

                    • 22. drinho  |  May 19, 2016 at 5:42 pm

                      re: Such agency must be whacked only by its Malay party members whenever DAP wants to express its displeasure?

                      Why you choose to focus on the racial identity of the whacker? Can’t you look at the merits of the statement made by the whacker? Let us take one example. Dyana whacked UiTM for not opening doors to non-Bumi. She argued that education should not be raced based. It should be merit based and let the best enroll into UiTM.

                      http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/when-did-joining-uitm-make-us-umno-members-says-dyana-sofya

                      Do you agree with her argument?

                    • 23. Helen Ang  |  May 19, 2016 at 6:48 pm

                      They shoved Dyana forward to make the whack UiTM statements.

                      Or in certain other issues, it’s so very predicable that we’re going to hear Zairil as the party spokesman.

                      It is DAP being racial with its Malay-screw-Malay formula.

  • 24. Surrhead  |  May 16, 2016 at 5:15 pm

    To be on par with DAP, umno has to open up memberships to chinese and indians – and become a multi racial party. Going along racial lines is not cool or acceptable generally.

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    • 25. Helen Ang  |  May 16, 2016 at 5:44 pm

      BN is the registered party and it’s multiracial.

      Voters do not pangkah the Umno or MCA or MIC symbol on their ballot. They pangkah Dacing which represents all the races.

      DAP on the other hand has got only one percent Malay in its state leadership nationwide — see Aduns table below.

      DAP delegates also refuse to vote for Malays at their party convention — see bar chart. Not a single Malay made it to the Top 20 on their own steam to be elected to the CEC. Heck, the Malays did not even make it into the Top 35 placing, not even DAP’s “appointed” window dressing as the quota Malay vice chairman, i.e. Ariffin Omar.

      Finally, look at the DAP leaders photocall and tell me how many Malay faces you see. Jadi pemimpin memang takde. Non-leaders Melayu pemakan dedak on the party payroll to carry out DAP’s dirty work, ada le.

      Click here to enlarge photo. Now tell me which political party is the most racist.

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      • 26. Surrhead  |  May 16, 2016 at 6:17 pm

        you may be naive, but, most of us are not…..umno is still using the ala-british “divide and conquer” method. MCA,MIC,PPP and whatnots have no say at all, umno calls the shots. Umno has been practicing this from day one till now. i enlarged the photo, and i do see some indians and maybe a malay……but i don’t see that racial integration in umno. I do wonder how long more can umno survive under it’s old and outdated policy.

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        • 27. Melayu Malaysia  |  May 16, 2016 at 7:12 pm

          “umno is still using the ala-british “divide and conquer” method. ”

          Who isn’t? Including the very much idolated DAP. They divide the Melayus, conquer some of them, and rule….

          UMNO as a party, may be exclusive to some but also remember, it opened up to others as well…its inclusiveness is obvious in BN. Right in front of everybody’s eyes. Too bad, some people chose to be blind to the fact.

          Many people have predicted death to UMNO/BN but I do think the entity, in whatever form or substance, may last longer than most of us.

          Face it, when/if UMNO/BN dies, they would be chaos and the liberal Melayus will now see themselves swimming helplessly. Now they seem to be heroes and heroines and it is UMNO/BN that gives them that opportunity.

          To all the Melayus out there, no need to look far, the red dot down south is an eerie scenario and likewise what happens in Penang under DAP is worth pondering….

          Never get bitten, ever. Enough lessons learnt from elsewhere… So to all Melayus especially, be careful what you wish for. It may turn your dreams into a ghoulish nightmare and there may be no point of return.

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          • 28. Surrhead  |  May 17, 2016 at 10:12 am

            MM…….you are a downright racist….why must there be chaos when umno falls…..who in the right mind would want that?? Is chaos already pre-planned by umno?

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            • 29. Melayu Malaysia  |  May 17, 2016 at 11:08 pm

              “MM…….you are a downright racist”

              It takes a thief to catch a thief… Welcome to the club…. You scared to be labelled as one?

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              • 30. Kineas1067  |  May 19, 2016 at 1:14 pm

                Ah, yes – what about “the red dot down south”?

                The fact that so many Malaysian Malays and bumiputras (from Sabah and Sarawak) are working there? Many, to employ an euphemism, as “unskilled labour”?

                Including a couple of baristas who commute daily by motorbike from JB to work shifts at my favourite Starbucks in Singapore.

                So, please, what are the lessons to be learnt?

                That out in the big wide world, race, religion and skin colour don’t count?

                Or that permanently perpetual claims of “discrimination” and “victimisation” are good excuses for underachievement and underperformance?

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              • 31. Surrhead  |  May 19, 2016 at 6:52 pm

                you got it all wrong again….my question is – why must there be chaos when umno falls?

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          • 32. Akim  |  May 17, 2016 at 10:54 am

            Bravo. Well said, bro. More, please. More often, please.

            I’m watching from the sidelines. Action elsewhere. My interests are well looked after under your able hands.

            Wish Najib’s replacement would have your kind of perspective..

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            • 33. Kineas1067  |  May 19, 2016 at 1:16 pm

              Hahaha – passing up on an opportunity to take up the cudgels, are you?

              Do tell…..

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      • 34. drinho  |  May 16, 2016 at 7:19 pm

        You conveniently forget that Umno, MCA and MIC allow only Malay, Chinese and Indian to join the parties respectively. A Chinese can’t join Umno and MIC. A Malay can’t join MCA and MIC.

        This is different than DAP that allows all races to join. No doubt at this point of time, the % of Malay members and leaders are minimal. Still it is better than 0% or zero Chinese/Indian leaders and members in Umno.

        You may say DAP is 90% ‘racist’ against Malays when it comes to leadership and membership within the party due to less than 10% Malays. But for Umno, they are 100% ‘racist’ against Chinese and Indians as there is no Chinese and Indian members/leaders in Umno at all.

        In BN, Umno is dominant that parties like MCA, MIC and Gerakan have no say at all. That would mean the Malays are so dominant against Chinese and Indian. Whereas in PH (or PR), each component party has more or less bargaining power. The Malays in PH (i.e. PKR and Amanah Malays) or PR (i.e. PKR and PAS Malays) are not that dominant against Chinese in DAP as opposed to the Umno Malays vs MCA Chinese/MIC Indian.

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        • 35. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2016 at 1:51 am

          re: “The Malays in PH (i.e. PKR and Amanah Malays) or PR (i.e. PKR and PAS Malays) are not that dominant against Chinese in DAP as opposed to the Umno Malays vs MCA Chinese/MIC Indian.”

          Correct. That’s why 95 percent of peninsular Chinese are supporting Pakatan/oppo.

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          • 36. drinho  |  May 17, 2016 at 8:59 am

            re: That’s why 95 percent of peninsular Chinese are supporting Pakatan/oppo.

            It is about maximum utilisation. Assuming the 95% Chinese voted for BN resulting in MCA and Gerakan winning 90% of the seats contested, on relative basis the number of MCA & Gerakan seats are circa. 30-40% against Umno. The MCA & Gerakan will still be subservient to Umno. Already the Chinese was prepared not to have cabinet representation via MCA & Gerakan in 2008 by voting for PR. Only the Chinese tycoons and business owners need MCA cabinet ministers. For the average makan gaji employees and small traders, having MCA cabinet ministers are insignificant. If this is the mindset, might as well vote PR and give them a chance. At least DAP has an almost bargaining powers vs PKR and PAS. If not performing, can always swing back to BN. The Chinese in Sarawak did. No permanent loyalty needed.

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            • 37. Helen Ang  |  May 17, 2016 at 3:07 pm

              re: “Assuming the 95% Chinese voted for BN resulting in MCA and Gerakan winning 90% of the seats contested, on relative basis the number of MCA & Gerakan seats are circa. 30-40% against Umno. The MCA & Gerakan will still be subservient to Umno.”

              Correct. The DAP supporters cannot accept that Chinese will be subservient to Malays under BN framework. They want Chinese to dominate over the Malays under Pakatan framework.

              re: “Only the Chinese tycoons and business owners need MCA cabinet ministers.”

              BN does not really need MCA cabinet ministers. Can give the seat to SUPP Chinese next time.

              re: “For the average makan gaji employees and small traders, having MCA cabinet ministers are insignificant.”

              The party MCA is insignificant, period.

              re: “If this is the mindset, might as well vote PR and give them a chance.”

              If BN knows that this is the Chinese mindset, might as well put MCA in the retirement home already.

              re: “At least DAP has an almost bargaining powers vs PKR and PAS.”

              DAP is the big boss who calls the shots. The GE13 results for Parliament were DAP 38 seats, PKR 30 and PAS 21.

              re: “If not performing, can always swing back to BN. The Chinese in Sarawak did. No permanent loyalty needed.”

              Before the voter Ubah, there was SUPP Chinese as Deputy Chief Minister of Sarawak. In 2016 (recently) after the small swingback to BN, there is no Chinese DCM.

              The place of the Chinese on the right hand of Umno – as in Tunku’s time – is not permanent. It’s highly doubtful that this place can be recovered in future.

              Umno’s right hand will be PAS, the Malay-Muslim party complemented by the Muslim-Malay party.

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              • 38. drinho  |  May 19, 2016 at 8:55 am

                re: there is no Chinese DCM.

                What is the point of having such symbolic figure? Will it give real benefit to the Sarawak Chinese at large? Same as MCA cabinet ministers? The Chinese are more self sufficient relative to the Malays.

                re: It’s highly doubtful that this place can be recovered in future.

                Must the Chinese work with Umno permanently?

                re: Umno’s right hand will be PAS

                Still having hope that PAS will work with Umno? The immediate test is the upcoming 2 by elections. Both will contest against each other. If there is a real cooperation between them, you won’t see a contest.

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  • 39. IT.Scheiss  |  May 17, 2016 at 6:34 am

    In the run up to the 1995 GE, Dr. Syed Huin Ali told a public ceramah that Anwar Ibrahim had “climbed into the shitpot” by joining UMNO and that “when one climbs into the shitpot, one cannot avoid getting dirty”.

    Then when Anwar was booted out of UMNO, he became the darling of the opposition – a “brader”, “comrade”, “saudara”, etc.

    Well now it looks like Tun Dr. Mahathir has become a “brader”, “comrade”, “saudara”, etc. after having been denounced as “evil incarnate” prior to this.

    Thus is this cesspit of opportunistic Malaysian politics.

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    • 40. Shitdick  |  May 17, 2016 at 10:33 am

      Everyone knows by now what channels of shit Anwar got himself into …

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    • 41. Edelweiss  |  May 17, 2016 at 11:59 am

      “Thus is this cesspit of opportunistic Malaysian politics.”

      This is the truth.

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    • 42. calvinsankaran  |  May 17, 2016 at 1:44 pm

      I remember that Pakatan used to hate Tun with far more venom than Najib or other BN leaders mainly because of his authoritarian rule and also because of his jailing of Anwar. In fact it wasn’t too long ago that Anwar even wanted to team up with Najib.

      Remember the Kajang Move? It was supposedly put into motion because UMNO’s conservative faction backed by Tun wanted to take control of Selangor via some sort coup.

      Also remember how the Chinese used to hate Tun for being the adviser for Perkasa?

      Yet all these have been conveniently forgotten and now Tun’s is the BFF of Pakatoons.

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      • 43. shamshul anuar  |  May 17, 2016 at 11:25 pm

        Calvinsankaran,

        Pakatan still hates Tun. Make no mistake about it. But an ex PM who wants UMNO dead is very useful to PH.

        Why PH hates TUn. Tun during his tenure did not tolerate garbages the way current UMNO leadership does. That moron who said UMNO initiated the Lahad Datu incident would be in no time languishing in ISA. Rafizi too.

        There is nothing wrong in becoming an authoritarian. It helps us prevent Malaysia into falling into anarchy state. After all, PH is run by more authoritarian leaders. Anwar appointed himself as Ketua UMUM. Kit Siang already established a dynasty that no other countries on this planet would want to tolerate save for North Korea. And PAS though ejected by DAP styles itself as self appointed speaker of islam. Woe betide anyone who challenges PA.S

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  • 44. RINA  |  May 17, 2016 at 12:58 pm

    Selingan

    Mai kita tengok apa jadi kat kanak-kanak 2tahun ni bila tak mau sangat terima adik dia yang baru lahir! Soo innocently cute. Kalo yang dah tua2 buat macam dia, mesti akan nampak huduh kan?

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  • 45. calvinsankaran  |  May 17, 2016 at 1:47 pm

    It is interesting to note that even PKR is saying that DAP is becoming too powerful and dominant to the extent of side-lining PKR and PAN. This is what we have been saying all along – the next GE will see the battle royale between UMNO and DAP.

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    DAP needs to be sensitive that expansion by them, their ascendancy and assertiveness is seen as dominance in Pakatan. It validates Umno’s rhetoric that Pakatan Malay leaders are DAP puppets who have sold out to the Chinese. PKR and PAS leaders’ credibility before Malay eyes are severely and irreparably damaged. DAP’s victories sow the seeds of Pakatan’s defeat.

    This is attested by the 13th General Elections. DAP won all the Chinese-majority seats. Umno won 83.5 percent of rural seats, containing 73.76 percent of rural Malay votes. PKR and PAS bore the brunt of Umno’s resurgence.

    Malays saw the ascendancy of DAP as a challenge to Malay supremacy. Malays fearful of DAP’s agenda as told by Umno returned to Umno’s fold. Voting for the other Malay based parties, PAS and PKR was not an option, because they are part of Pakatan and a vote for Pakatan is a vote for DAP.

    Umno’s racial rhetoric struck the right chord with the Malays.Irrational as it may sound the fear of Chinese domination and the Malay race disappearing from the face of the earth saw Malays voting to maintain Ketuanan Melayu despite Umno’s record of financial scandals, poor governance and corruption. Fear after all, is never rational.

    For the 14GE, Hadi Awang, recognising this, steered PAS out of Pakatan to work with Umno. PKR and Amanah have kept the faith. They are however, painfully aware that unless fundamental changes are made in Pakatan to attract Malay votes, DAP’s ascendancy hangs like an albatross over their heads to win Malay support.

    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2016/05/15/will-daps-rise-lead-to-pakatans-downfall/
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  • 46. What Is This  |  May 17, 2016 at 2:55 pm

    And this old man, when he was PM, he made a lot of Chinese tycoons rich, not to mention a few Indian friends of his too. Najib is doing nicely too. He’s making Chinese tycoons rich too, Singaporean tycoons and their government also favor him because he’s making them rich too by giving in to their demands and making Iskandar Malaysia their playground. China and mainland Chinese no doubt favor him too because the man is good for business. Overall he’s been very generous with the Chinese lol

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