Simply for the ‘crime’ of being a Muslim

August 2, 2016 at 7:12 pm 41 comments

This posting is personal and for a trio of tiresome commenters – Setem, Kineas & Surrhead – who have been tying me up with their kiasu conversation threads.


For those who prefer the usual political posting, please see ‘Tun spearheading the 68% non-Malay oppo to take down BN


Alter ego

Superheroes have got their alter egos.

Peter Parker is Spiderman, Bruce Wayne is Batman, Clark Kent is Superman, etc, etc … they’re comics. They do good. They save the world (or at least, the DC and Marvel universes).

Singer Lady Gaga created a male alter ego Jo Calderone but she’s just too weird.

Then you have this ex-NST journo who pretends in blogosphere that he’s a girly Japanese-style cartoon.

He whacks-whacks here, whacks-whacks there, here whack, there whack, everywhere and everybody he whack-whacks … even Marina Mahathir punya ketiak yang terdedah also he whacks and then he brags how that particular posting got his blog a lot of hits.

Being nasty about a certain “racist party”, about that party’s “despicable” leaders, about the “hateful” culture supposedly fanned by the majority community turning right wing is our wannabe Malaysian superhero’s idea of saving his country.

Spiderman, Batman, Superman are fantasy. Annie’s fan base is delusional.

It’s scary to know that Malaysia has people who are Annie’s type of mean-spirited commenters. They’re the same kind of people who slagged Joceline, who recently dissed Tunku Aziz and are presently spitting venom at Quentin Rozario.

Nama glanour

Many writers everywhere use pen names. It’s understandable why some individuals choose to use pseudonyms. Nothing wrong with that.

There’s even an ‘official’ pseudonym – Alan Smithee – approved by the Director’s Guild of America for any “director who doesn’t want credit for a movie”, i.e. the guy disavows his film’s final cut because its production had slipped out of his creative control or for other reasons.

But in the case of Annie, his pseudonym is to deceive. The pseudonym ‘Annie’ sounds so nice like the cute cartoon when the sneaky bastard is as malicious as hell.

The RBA want to portray that I have the advantage over that Sweet, Young Thing (konon) with me being the older and more experienced female blogger.

But the reality is actually Annie the middle-aged Man bullying a woman, and his lynch mob collaborators endlessly screaming “bitch!” and spewing other vile, sexist remarks at me.

Gender and ethnic switch

Yeah it happens.

Artistes usually do this for practical purposes.

For example, Eleanor Robertson uses the name Nora Roberts for her romance novels. When she writes crime novels about the NYPD, however, she uses the gender neutral but masculine-sounding pseudonym J. D. Robb.

Famous women authors publishing under gender-neutral initials are J.K Rowling, P.D. James and C.J. Cherryh, among others.

Sergio Leone, the Italian director of the movie A Fistful of Dollars put his name as Bob Robertson in the American film credits.

Actor Charlie Sheen was born Carlos Estevez. His brother is fellow actor Emilio Estevez who opted to stick with his Spanish birth name.

There needn’t be anything particularly sinister about obscuring one’s gender and race except that in the case of Annie, his masquerade is shrouded in deceitful lies. Like when he conveniently deploys a suberfuge — inventing how a waiter addressed him as “Miss” (sneaky, huh).

As for his ethnic charade as a half Chinese, aside from the obvious purpose of political manipulation, thinking readers can figure out for themselves why Annie $uddenly decided to be lebih Cina dari Cina.

The sinister thing about Annie is that behind his lovey-dovey preaching, behind his thoughts and prayers, behind all the “nice” talk is cakap tak serupa bikin. He’s really a vicious person who is promoting fascism.

Annie is the spiritual leader of a Dapster mob.

His pro-DAP followers are online bullies similar to the virtual crowd described in the Facebook entry below about how the Islamophobes savaged a young Chinese convert in Isma.

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  • 1. Akim  |  August 3, 2016 at 7:35 am

    Hi Helen,

    Popping in to see how you and others are getting on here.

    Interesting that your post “Brace for new level of nasty against Najib.” attracted 125 comments. Haven’t read them but the sheer number suggests the increasing number of those not liking Najib.

    And that the “trio of tiresome commenters – Setem, Kineas & Surrhead” have been tying you up with their kiasu conversation threads. Well, nothing wrong with being kiasu. Only being ULTRA kiasu is a no no, like the detestable DAP blokes. Yes, I’m aware Kit Siang stands on the same anti-Najib platfrom as Tun Dr Mahathir – no such thing as permanent enemies in politics, isn’t it?

    But, really, Najib has to go. Either resigning under all sorts of pressures against him (including events unfavourable to 1MDB and him in US and Spore), or replaced by UMNO MT realizing the increasing damage done to UMNO/BN, or thrown out by the voters at PRU14.

    Best wishes, Helen. We disagree on Najib etc but are respectful of each other, innit.

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    • 2. HY  |  August 3, 2016 at 10:14 pm

      all this thick face najib lge mahathir must go. umno please go as well.

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  • 3. Kineas1067  |  August 3, 2016 at 8:47 am

    After all that verbiage (and, if in part, it is addressed to me – chuffed, much thanks!), what’s the point you are trying to make?

    “Freedom of speech” gives a lot of leeway. Like some blogs that denigrate Tony Fernandes in vile and racist terms. Which you are no doubt aware of. Yet I don’t see you taking up cudgels for Tony.

    If this person has crossed any “red lines” or “OB markers”, why hasn’t action been taken against him or her? Has anyone bothered to make a police report or file an official complaint with the MCMC? Or is it accepted as part and parcel of the cut and thrust on social media where most anything goes?

    Btw, I admire your wide-ranging literary tastes, but have you actually read any of the books by those authors you mentioned? Like C J Cherryh’s “Chronicles of Morgaine”, for instance?

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 9:34 am

      re: “If this person has crossed any ‘red lines’ or ‘OB markers’, why hasn’t action been taken against him or her?”

      H-I-M! even if he’s the bitchiest man you ever have the misfortune to come across.

      Well, TMI crossed the line, as far as to prompt no less than the Keeper of the Royal Seal to make a police report on behalf of the Malay rulers. Yet no action was taken against the portal by our authorities.

      re: “Has anyone bothered to make a police report or file an official complaint with the MCMC?”

      Projibs are not as vindictive as Dapsters yang selalu dok kenakan orang.

      re: “Or is it accepted as part and parcel of the cut and thrust on social media where most anything goes?”

      Our Malaysian social media scene is like the Wild, Wild West. You’re right to say almost anything goes but as the latest bout (against Quentin Rozario) will attest, the Dapster posse is quite demented.

      re: “Btw, I admire your wide-ranging literary tastes, but have you actually read any of the books by those authors you mentioned?”

      I’ve read a lot of PD James but I don’t read Nora Roberts. Nonetheless she serves as a versatile example of how authors use pseudonyms. I’ll comment on J.K.Rowling separately below.

      re: “Like C J Cherryh’s ‘Chronicles of Morgaine’, for instance?”

      Actually I posted the Morgaine book covers and a line drawing almost exactly two years ago.

      https://helenang.wordpress.com/2014/07/04/dapsters-in-denial-about-causes-of-may-13-as-well/#comment-115702

      https://helenang.wordpress.com/2014/07/04/dapsters-in-denial-about-causes-of-may-13-as-well/#comment-115703

      https://helenang.wordpress.com/2014/07/04/dapsters-in-denial-about-causes-of-may-13-as-well/#comment-115707

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      • 5. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 10:30 am

        Making Harry Potter a cult

        Many, many years ago before Harry Potter exploded as a worldwide phenomenon, someone strongly recommended me the first HP book.

        At that time, HP was still an obscure title. I enjoyed the boy wizard’s whimsical debut as light reading.

        The sequel – which had not yet become as thick as the telephone directory – was still a good read.

        Came the third installment, HP started becoming ponderous but nonetheless, I managed to finish reading it.

        But with the series’ fourth volume, however, I only skimmed through the pages and not bothering to read its entirety.

        I thought J.K.Rowling had gotten too full of herself in expecting children to wade through her precious writing that’s thicker than War and Peace.

        By the third and fourth follow-ups, I’d found Rowling’s writing style to be unreadable. Pointless minutiae and subplots made the pace too draggy.

        I did not bother to buy the fifth and subsequent continuations of the HP saga.

        It is possible to support something and then change one’s mind along the way.

        Three stages of Harry Potter evolution

        Books 1 & 2: The Golden Era
        Books 1 & 2: The Transition Period
        Books 5-7: The Dark Times

        You can parallel my reading of HP with my voting for DAP:

        (1) Voted for the party in 2004 & 2008
        (2) Experienced a weaning away where I reconsidered the options, and distanced myself from the opposition
        (3) Changed my vote to BN in 2013

        There is a real difference between HP book #1 and HP book #4.

        The Philosopher’s Stone (76,944 words or roughly 223 pages)
        The Goblet of Fire (190,637 words or roughly 636 pages)

        The Order of the Phoenix is even lengthier, clocking in at 766 pages.

        If the books themselves change significantly, then you can’t expect reader responses to not ubah in tandem.

        Similarly, the old DAP which was a struggling oppo party that had never tasted power before is not the same as DAP post-2008 which is controlled by evangelistas and its top leaders holding the posts of Penang chief minister, Selangor speaker and senior exco.

        If DAP itself ubah, then why should anyone expect my vote to remain the same? My reaction to DAP is something natural, and not abnormal as portrayed by the RBA smear campaign.

        Nobody needs to give me “dedak” for me to reject the DAP. There’s laughably no bribery involved when I decided to stop reading HP halfway through the series.

        If anything, it shows that I’m open-minded enough to carry out a review midway and not blindly follow right to the very end.

        Needless to say, Rowling has her fanatic fan base.

        The Harry Potter cult is generally harmless and provides its devotees with theme park, merchandise, games, cosplay and other entertainment. Likewise the Star Trek and Star Wars cults.

        But a cult is still a cult, whether harmless or harmful. Its fans and adherents subscribe to cult behaviour.

        The Dapster-evangelista cult is dangerous and a menace to society. China realises how her own home-grown evangelical cults are a threat to social order and is willing to take firm action.

        Our Malaysian authorities must not be afraid of being labeled “racist”, “bigot” or “hater” by the Firster and Melayu DAP propagandists.

        Instead, our government must learn from Beijing on how to deal decisively with Chinese subversives.

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        • 6. Kineas1067  |  August 3, 2016 at 1:25 pm

          I suppose that all those who throng the annual Comic-Con fests in San Diego are “cult members” or “over-the-top fans”?

          I haven’t read any of the Harry Potter books, not my cup of tea. But the books by Robert Galbraith (Rowling’s pseudonym) are good reading.

          As for the DAP, I hold no brief for it. But there’s a case for a “watchdog” Opposition that keeps tabs on the elected government of the day and makes sure that the latter adheres to the straight and narrow and that policies and laws are thoroughly debated before being put into practice.

          So, if the DAP is voted in by the electorate, the choices made by the voters have to be respected.

          So, in attacking Lim Guan Eng or Hannah Yeoh (for example), you are “dissing” those who voted them into power.

          And I don’t think that China is a poster child for parliamentary democracy. As substantial numbers of Hong Kong-ers seem to think…..

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          • 7. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 1:50 pm

            re: “I suppose that all those who throng the annual Comic-Con fests in San Diego are ‘cult members’ or “over-the-top fans”?”

            I don’t follow Comic-Con but briefly the behaviour of:

            * Trekkies – they speak Klingon, wear Spock ears

            Star Wars – wear their hair in twin cinnamon buns, swing light sabres, talk like Yoda

            Harry Potter – wave magic wands, chant spells, wear robes and wizard hats, eat funny concoctions and
            try to pay Quiditch

            re: “I haven’t read any of the Harry Potter books, not my cup of tea. But the books by Robert Galbraith (Rowling’s pseudonym) are good reading.”

            Thanks for the reminder about Rowling’s gender masquerade. So Annie is not alone in his charade.

            re: “But there’s a case for a ‘watchdog’ Opposition that keeps tabs on the elected government of the day and makes sure that the latter adheres to the straight and narrow”

            But they’re not upset that LGE is charged with corruption. They’re only upset that their Dear Leader is being hauled up for the sum of a ‘mere’ couple of millions when the passage of 1MDB’s billions is not investigated to bring about similar charges.

            re: “and that policies and laws are thoroughly debated before being put into practice”

            The absence of oppo MPs from the Dewan Rakyat allowed the Pota bill to pass.

            re: “So, if the DAP is voted in by the electorate, the choices made by the voters have to be respected.”

            Jerusubang is Occupied Territory.

            re: “So, in attacking Lim Guan Eng or Hannah Yeoh (for example), you are ‘dissing’ those who voted them into power.”

            Occupied Territory will eventually be recaptured. The deviant cult of Papa and Mama will be crushed.

            re: “And I don’t think that China is a poster child for parliamentary democracy.”

            China is a one party communist state. That’s why Beijing – unlike democratic Malaysia – is not constrained in demolishing churches.

            re: “As substantial numbers of Hong Kong-ers seem to think…..”

            China will crush the Hongkie revolutions.

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  • 8. Nona Tan  |  August 3, 2016 at 10:02 am

    Did anyone see this?
    http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/08/02/india-central-bureau-investigations-arrest-warrants-against-ananda-krishnan/

    PETALING JAYA: India’s Central Bureau of Investigations has applied for warrants of arrest against business tycoon Tan Sri Ananda Krishnan and three others in a money laundering case in New Delhi, The New Indian Express reported.

    The report said on Tuesday that the CBI had applied to the special CBI court to issue the arrest warrants against Ananda, Maxis Communication Berhad, Astro All Asia Network and its chief executive Augustus Ralph Marshall.

    It said the arrest warrants were over the Aircel-Maxis money laundering case involving former Telecoms Minister Dayanidhi Maran and his brother Kalanithi.

    The CBI had explained to the special court judge O.P. Saini that the arrest warrants were sought as summons were not served on the accused.

    The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on May 25, 2016, had issued summons under Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) to examine Ananda, the report said

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  • 9. Orang Perlis  |  August 3, 2016 at 10:39 am

    Helen

    you mentioned this:

    “are presently spitting venom at Quentin Rozario.”

    Maybe you are not aware but its not just DAP RBAs are making fun of this guy. You asked why I say he ‘s not a prominent lawyer in Oz?

    Easy. Just ask Australian lawyer circles.

    Also easy to google him.

    Also, many of us are laughing not AT HIM rather because the circumstances of his name suddenly popping up on a Bernama piece.

    I mean, why on earth, out of nowhere, would Bernama reach out to a lawyer in Brissy , to give an “opinion”.

    Come on lets be honest, its basically a badly thought out propaganda piece.

    I know this. Im related to an EX JASA employee. I know how they work ;)

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    • 10. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 11:09 am

      re: “why on earth, out of nowhere, would Bernama reach out to a lawyer in Brissy”

      LOL. I don’t know.

      I’m supposing it’s the Malaysia connection. Quintin is from Malaysia as indicated by his CV. Not sure of his present citizenship status.

      Invective aside, other things they’re saying “to make fun” reflect more on the people making those remarks than on the intended target.

      Take the comment below @ Din Merican.

      What kind of sick Christian mind would bring up the “highest number of on-campus sex assaults in Victoria”, and in nay case, what has Quintin’s alma mater got to do with his points about the laws and procedures related to the DoJ action?

      Quintin graduated from Victoria Uni some 30-40 years ago, insofar as I can figure.

      And then also (see demented comment below), are we to fault Victoria for producing Jeffrey Cheah and Quintin Rozario as its alumni? If so, then damn Oxford too because KJ graduated from there.

      The way these people carry out their attacks simply deranged.

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  • 11. Surrhead  |  August 3, 2016 at 12:43 pm

    You are getting it wrong again, i am not being delusional about saving he country, i WANT to save the country for the future of my kids……let me give you a very recent example of whom i want to save our country from Menteri Kesejahteraan Bandar, Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan, Tan Sri Noh Omar…..he wants the schools to get the funds from parents to upkeep each’s schools. Should we keep quite or should we show some heroism here?

    Now, there guys better “don’t make me angry, cos you wouldn’t like when i am angry….grrrr….”

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    • 12. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 1:05 pm

      Malaysians have to choose their side.

      (a) In one camp are Pakatan Harapan + Tun’s forces who want to save the country from Najib & Co.

      (b) In the rival camp are Projib & Associates who want to save Malaysia from falling into the hands of the DAP.

      (c) The opposition are adamant that our country will be ruined should Najib continue remaining in power.

      (d) The pro-establishment side are equally convinced that if ever DAP comes to pover, then the nature of the land, i.e. Malaysia as a Muslim country, will be forever altered (diubah kerangka negara) and Malay customs and traditions destroyed.

      There is no middle ground. Tun is synonymous with ‘No Retreat, No Surrender’, DAP is scorched earth and Najib is ‘Take Mo Prisoners’.

      It’s a political fight to the death.

      You, Surrhead, have chosen to be on the losing side.

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      • 13. Kineas1067  |  August 3, 2016 at 1:40 pm

        I have been watching how the Obama administration pulled out all the stops for Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong’s state visit to the US.

        A full ceremonial welcome. A state dinner at the White House. Meeting with high-ranking US administration officials, including the Secretaries of the Treasury, Defence and Commerce. An upgraded US-Singapore bilateral agreement.

        A winning hand, don’t you think, for Singapore and it’s government?

        I am using this as an example of how the International game should be played in an age of free trade agreements and globalisation.

        In the Malaysian context, what next?

        “No retreat, no surrender” and “Take Mo(sic) Prisoners” sound good in populist theory, but these slogans don’t pay the bills (budget deficits), bring in FDI, create jobs, move the economy up the value chain etc.

        Sloganeering without the supporting substance is empty talk and ultimately destined for disappointment.

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        • 14. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 1:59 pm

          We were loaned the pandas. Singapore wasn’t.

          S’pore is an American satellite.

          Perhaps Malaysia will pivot to China.

          Perhaps Trump will become president.

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          • 15. Kineas1067  |  August 3, 2016 at 2:29 pm

            Malaysia will “pivot to China”? Sez who?

            I doubt very much that Malaysia would want to follow in the footsteps of Cambodia and Laos.

            And one doesn’t threaten the US with impunity.

            Unless Malaysia wants to emulate Iran or Cuba!

            There are 2,000+ China companies operating in Singapore. Makes up for a couple of pandas….hahaha.

            As for the Donald, would Malaysia be comfortable with his “anti-Muslim” agenda?

            Btw, there are 3,700 US companies operating in Singapore. US FDI to Singapore was valued at S$152.7 billion in 2014, making Singapore the largest destination in Asia for US FDI (http://www.businesstimes.com.sg).

            Looks like that there are benefits to being a “satellite” of both the US and China!

            Hahaha….

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            • 16. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 4:18 pm

              re: “Malaysia will “pivot to China”? Sez who?”

              When Najib said the Muslim world should reject foreign intervention, I don’t reckon he had China in mind as the interventionist superpower in the Middle East.

              re: “And one doesn’t threaten the US with impunity.”

              Cool. Let’s see The Donald having his finger on the button.

              re: “Unless Malaysia wants to emulate Iran or Cuba!”

              Maybe when Najib talked about foreign intervention in Muslim countries, he had the DoJ in mind.

              re: “There are 2,000+ China companies operating in Singapore. Makes up for a couple of pandas….hahaha.”

              After they cut the Kra Isthmus, more China companies will operate in Malaysia … heeheeehee.

              re: “As for the Donald, would Malaysia be comfortable with his ‘anti-Muslim’ agenda?”

              All the more reason to pivot to China. Perhaps Beijing’s anti-evangelical agenda will even rub off on Malaysia.

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              • 17. Kineas1067  |  August 3, 2016 at 5:14 pm

                Yet I don’t see the Middle East asking Uncle Sam to get lost, do you?

                Not the GCC. Not Egypt. Not Turkey. Not Iraq, Libya or Syria. Not even Iran.

                And definitely not Israel…..lol.

                They know which side their bread is buttered on…..

                China? Mercenary mercantile interests in natural resources and commodities, with nary an inclination (or ability) to influence big power games in the Middle East.

                Now, the South China Sea – that’s a different story. Sphere of influence and all that…..

                Chinese, US, Japanese and Indian companies are more comfortable operating in Singapore than anywhere else in the region. Count the number of regional HQs, R&D operations and regional treasury setups in the little red dot).

                Pivot to China??? In your dreams…

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                • 18. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 5:24 pm

                  Unless you work in the PMO or Wisma Putra, don’t be so cocky about what Putrajaya will or will not do.

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                  • 19. Kineas1067  |  August 4, 2016 at 8:38 am

                    A commonsense reading of current events and realpolitik. Subjects apparently not on your CV, judging by your past comments.

                    I doubt that the mandarins in the PMO, Wisma Putra, Miti etc are reading the tea leaves differently.

                    As for the politicos, who knows?

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                    • 20. Jamie  |  August 9, 2016 at 11:00 am

                      from i get from Kineas1067’s comments, he sees the picture so big, he doesn’t care what happens to the little people.

                      and when you try to point that out, he’ll say ‘you don’t read enough’ or ‘don’t know about the subject’ but didn’t really counter your points, at least not directly.

                      reminds me a bit of those gamers who suddenly think they know so much about tactics/ strategies of warfare in matters involving national security just because they’ve played strategy games as a hobby.

                      also that ‘we must pivot to who/ what is most powerful’ is rubbing me the wrong way, honestly.
                      ‘The most powerful’ doesn’t necessarily translate to the ‘best option’ for people. It usually means one just gets bullied into submitting.

                    • 21. Kineas1067  |  August 11, 2016 at 2:03 pm

                      Really? And what are the “options” available to Malaysia?

                      Go it alone? Pull out of the AEC, TPP, RCEP, OBOR etc?

                      I’d like to see the government try to sell that with a straight face.

                      The “big picture” is exercises people. Like bureaucrats, business people and professional who have to steward the economy while the politicians posture for the gallery.

                      And if you don’t understand that, too bad.

                      Because there are plenty of others out there willing and able to eat your lunch. With dessert thrown in…

            • 22. RINA  |  August 3, 2016 at 6:02 pm

              Kineas 1067
              2000+ China coys, 3,700+ US coys?

              Hmmmm semua mereka ni kalau tak guna ayaq Malaysia, mai lambak le duit banyak mana masih dependent on Malaysia. Klo tidak takleh hidup kan?

              You harini dah minum berapa cawan?

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              • 23. Kineas1067  |  August 4, 2016 at 8:35 am

                Hahaha….and Johor still buys water from Singapore!

                And MAS is going through yet another bailout….

                Plus 1 Singapore Dollar = 3 Ringgit, approximately.

                Who’s got the money and who hasn’t?

                GIC +Temasek vs Khazanah & PNB?

                What other fables do you have to spin today?

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            • 24. HY  |  August 3, 2016 at 10:26 pm

              i think there is great possibilities malaysia will pivot to china, both r 1 party state, both discourage free speech n free press, both detain people without trial, n both have a bunch of corrupted leaders.

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      • 25. Surrhead  |  August 3, 2016 at 1:46 pm

        I have chosen to be on the righteous side, the downtrodden side…
        You have chosen to be on the corrupt side – where money talks.

        And you are avoiding my que on Noh Omar’s antic – where it’s a direct hit on the rakyat.
        This is what umno goons like you do all the time, downplay issues which hits rakyat.
        You would prefer your bosses to con the rakyat, and then throw you some dedak from the con job.
        It’s political fight for the people in corridors of power – for rakyat, it’s bread and butter issue.

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        • 26. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 2:42 pm

          re: “I have chosen to be on the righteous side”

          Spoken like a self-righteous Hannahkin.

          1MDB is no doubt a vexing issue but controversies have a shelf life. The problem will not drag beyond x number of years.

          The Clash of Civilizations, on the other hand, has a millennial time span.

          If only you’re able to see long term and the big picture, you’ll realise that no way the Malays will allow the Muslim nature of their land to be altered. Biar langkah mayat dulu.

          re: “the downtrodden side…”

          You’re siding the DAP. Don’t you recall how the Kg Buah Pala villagers protested that Guan Eng’s administration sold them down the river.

          Ever since DAP came to power from 2008 onwards, dozens of Malay kampungs in Penang have been bulldozed. The orang kampung the downtrodden ones. DAP is the developers’ best friend. You’re the same side as the callous Chinese capitalists.

          re: “You have chosen to be on the corrupt side – where money talks.”

          I have chosen the side that is the custodian of kesinambungan warisan (continuing the heritage of Nusantara). I’m with the natives.

          You guys are the interlopers.

          re: “And you are avoiding my que on Noh Omar’s antic – where it’s a direct hit on the rakyat.”

          What concrete evidence do you have? Pls share.

          re: “This is what umno goons like you do all the time”

          DAP thugs like you …

          re: “downplay issues which hits rakyat”

          Once DAP sits in Putrajaya, hallelujah!Malaysia will ubah into an Utopia. Dah lapan tahun tapi janji untuk hapus tol Sungai Nyior masih belum ditunaikan.

          re: “You would prefer your bosses to con the rakyat, and then throw you some dedak from the con job.”

          You would prefer your taukes to con the voters, and then ask you to collect donations from the public to build swimming pool in their bungalows.

          re: “It’s political fight for the people in corridors of power”

          Correct and DAP the most power hungry. Umno are the fats cats.

          DAP, having tasted a little of the perks brought by power, are desperately hungry for more.

          They even pressed Azmin Ali to create the totally redundant post of Selangor DAP Speaker (II) having failed in trying to snatch the post of Selangor DAP Speaker from PAS.

          It goes to show that DAP does not care about wasting taxpayers’ money (inclusive of paying lifelong pension to the retired Deputy Speaker II) as long the party YB gets to enjoy the privilege.

          No Umno state has a Deputy Menteri Besar (II) unlike the DAP-controlled Penang which created yet another redundant post of DCM (II) for such a small state. In fact, I doubt that any BN state has got even jawatan Timbalan Menteri Besar – I’m not sure of this, have to check – with the exception of Sabah and Sarawak.

          re: for rakyat, it’s bread and butter issue”

          Cost of living is highest in Selangor and housing most unaffordable in Penang. Both are Pakatan states.

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          • 27. Kineas1067  |  August 3, 2016 at 4:30 pm

            It’s downright unfair that Miti has not invited you to be an adviser when they go on their “trawling for investments” missions overseas!

            I can just see Mustapa Mohamed and his coterie saying with a straight face “come invest in Nusantara” because (fill in the blanks).

            No wonder India, China, Singapore etc are pulling in the big bucks (UNCTAD FDI tables).

            Guess foreign investors aren’t swayed by this talk of Nusantara, heritage etc etc.

            More’s the pity….

            Hahaha.

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  • 28. Setem  |  August 3, 2016 at 1:44 pm

    quote,”This posting is personal and for a trio of tiresome commenters – Setem, Kineas & Surrhead – who have been tying me up with their kiasu conversation threads.”unquote.

    Let me rephrase your sentence to this:

    This comment is personal and for the tiresome pro-Jib helpless angkuh ex DAP blogger, Helen, who has been tying up her commenters with her kiasu blog threads.

    Start looking at your own face in the mirror before accusing other bloggers of fitnahkan orang lain. You may not like what you see in the mirror.

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    • 29. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 3:28 pm

      re: “This comment is personal and for the tiresome pro-Jib helpless angkuh ex DAP blogger, Helen”

      Siakap senohong gelama ikan duri,
      Dengar Annie cakap bohong Setem pun jadi DAP

      Me, “ex DAP blogger”(?)

      Like I said, you prefer to believe in a liar and a fraud who’s Anon — nama dia you tak tahu. Apa kerja dia dan di mana tempat pun entah. Gambar betul, jangan cakap batang tubuh, pun tak pernah nampak kelibat. Yang ada hanya satu lakaran kartun avatar jer.

      You think like this the Malay polity will dare risk relinquishing power into the hands of Protuns who bersekongkol dengan Melayu DAP? Dream on.

      re: “who has been tying up her commenters with her kiasu blog threads”

      You choose to come to my blog and harass me. I do not go to your Facebook to usik you.

      re: “Start looking at your own face in the mirror before accusing other bloggers of fitnahkan orang lain.”

      I operate in good faith. At one time around August last year, I wrote several sceptical postings about a breakaway evangelical group that extended an olive branch to Perkasa.

      One of my semi-regular commenters Jason said I should give them the benefit of the doubt.

      I replied to Jason, “I believe you about Lee Min Choon. […] But can you similarly vouch for Rev. Wong Kim Kong?” @ https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/08/11/bishop-paul-tan-appeals-to-perkasa/#comment-156321

      After taking a week to think it over, Jason responded @ https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/08/13/christians-to-walk-bersih-4-0-the-small-bullying-the-big/#comment-156702:

      “Helen, you asked me a point blank question the other day about Rev. Wong Kim Kong. Let me give you a straight answer – Yes, I can and will vouch for him.”

      So it’s like this. I asked Jason a straightforward question with an implicit trust that he will give me an honest answer.

      Since Jason replied that he is willing to vouch for Rev. Wong Kim Kong, I decided to stop blogging cynically about that evangelical group.

      It was an exchange of goodwill. By asking Jason my question, I had to live up to his expectation that I’m willing act fairly (cease & desist) once he gives me the answer.

      In other words, I backed off in deference to Jason’s judgment. I’m not kiasu.

      You, Setem, on the other hand, do not exhibit any goodwill. You wanted clarification whether I’m receiving any orders from the PMO.

      I have replied unequivocally that I do not have any “PMO handlers” as per your allegation. You yang nak tahu, orang dah cakap, tapi you masih tak henti-henti menyondol kata makan dedak.

      What you’ve shown is that just like with Tun, it is impossible to reach a compromise with the Protuns. Truth is what you believe. Lies are the things that you don’t believe.

      You will never believe anything our side says even though I’ve published every single one of your acidic comments together with my detailed responses and meticulous explanations — like this one.

      But you still choose to believe anything that a liar like Annie concocts even though he blocked your comment from appearing in his blog. All because you’re so taksub kepada Tun and so consumed by hatred for Najib.

      re: “You may not like what you see in the mirror.”

      Take your own advice. Bermuhasabah diri. Between the DAP and Tun, we all know who’s the boss (look for yourself). And we know also which preachy Melayu DAP is on the party payroll.

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  • 30. Surrhead  |  August 3, 2016 at 3:26 pm

    There you have it….the 1st 4 paragraphs tells you are an opportunists…..you are not going to worry about righteousness, you prefer to be with ones who holds power….just another jho low…where easy money is…

    And if LGE has been bad to penangites, DAP won’t hold fort comes the next election. Just like what happened to umno in selangor and penang, they will be replaced. The people will vote him out. AS per your picture, the Malays and Indians gonna vote against LGE. A sure win for umno.

    I don’t believe that you have no idea on Noh’s recent stupid idea – but, anyway – http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/bahasa/2016/08/02/sarjana-pelik-noh-omar-mahu-pibg-selangor-kutip-derma/

    The cost of living in KL, Selangor and Penang has always been on the top tier, nothing new about this…..GST made it worse, and not seeing the returns from GST is atrocious

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    • 31. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 3:53 pm

      re: “There you have it….the 1st 4 paragraphs tells you are an opportunist”

      Which part of Clash of Civilizations do you fail to understand?

      You choose to be on the side of the evangelical party and its conquistadors. I choose to respect Nusantara as gugusan kepulauan Melayu.

      re: “you are not going to worry about righteousness”

      Bible verse: “Righteousness exalts a nation” — Proverbs 14:34

      We’ve seen how your righteousness has played out in the history of Christian conquest.

      re: “you prefer to be with ones who holds power”

      I prefer to be with the ones who hold the moral legitimacy. This land is MALAY-sia.

      re: “….just another jho low…where easy money is…”

      You’re just another Annie. Perpetually accusing others without a shred of evidence.

      re: “And if LGE has been bad to penangites, DAP won’t hold fort comes the next election.”

      They’re the ‘no hope, no cure’ people who had wanted to secede from Tanah Melayu in the 1950s because they abhor being ruled by the Malays.

      re: “AS per your picture, the Malays and Indians gonna vote against LGE. A sure win for umno.”

      I don’t recall having made any prediction that Penang Indians will vote against LGE. Tolong tunjuk kat mana I ada sebut?

      You people and your propensity to put words in other people’s mouth is truly diabolical.

      re: “I don’t believe that you have no idea on Noh’s recent stupid idea – but, anyway”

      I don’t have any kids. Why should I take an interest in local PTA stories?

      re: “The cost of living in KL, Selangor and Penang has always been on the top tier, nothing new about this…..GST made it worse, and not seeing the returns from GST is atrocious”

      The cost of housing is determined by Penang because land is a state matter.

      As to the price of a plate of char koay teow in Selangor, the hawker stalls and food court come under local councils. The BN federal gomen is not going to micro manage this area.

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      • 32. Surrhead  |  August 3, 2016 at 5:41 pm

        wrong again…….i choose to be with Malaysians, you choose to be with umno@racists, cos umno has been winning all the while, and it’s a better bet to be with umno…..umno controls everything, rigs everything….a sure win….

        i suck at bible verses. The Christians were a bad lot at one time – mixing religion with politics and oppressing the people in the name of the Almighty…..Christians are way past that now….

        This land is not MALAY-sia, It’s Malaysia….and every one who was born here has their right over this land.

        Tot maybe the kg pala incident would push all indian votes to umno, isn’t that what you were trying to impose by stating LGE has done bad to kg pala indians?

        There you go again – downplaying a national issue, by excusing yourself that you got no kids, you don’t care about PTA….Here, Noh is trying to pass the buck to the rakyat, and you have no issues on that? you are contradicting your stand on preferring to be with the ones who hold the moral legitimacy – keyword here is moral.

        I, as a citizen and as a voter hold bn@umno responsible for every wrong during their reign, may it be state or national level.

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        • 33. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 6:34 pm

          re: “wrong again…….i choose to be with Malaysians, you choose to be with umno@racists”

          “Racist” — three fingers pointing back at yourself.

          re: “cos umno has been winning all the while”

          Because the BN – which Umno leads – has all this while been winning the most seats.

          re: “and it’s a better bet to be with umno….”

          DAP is dajjal.

          re: “umno controls everything, rigs everything….a sure win….”

          Really? But the deranged Dapsters are out of control, are they not?

          If only Putrajaya had some top-level consultants from Beijing advising the Malay leadership on how to deal with subversive Chinese, then perhaps we’ll really see Umno being in control.

          As it is, Umno has lost control, where Malaysian netizens are so emboldened as to spread all kinds of slander against Najib and Rosmah.

          re: “The Christians were a bad lot at one time”

          “at one time” sahaja? Have you just crawled out from a cave?

          re: “– mixing religion with politics and oppressing the people in the name of the Almighty…..”

          One word. Jerusubang.

          re: “Christians are way past that now….”

          Born again. Reverting.

          re: “This land is not MALAY-sia, It’s Malaysia….”

          Don’t you know that “sia” is a suffix and “Malay” is the primary word? e.g. Rhodesia, the country (formerly) named after Cecil Rhodes.

          Tunisia – the country build around the city of Tunis

          Russia – Land of the People of Rus

          re: “and every one who was born here has their right over this land.”

          Oh, I thought somebody applied for PR in Tasmania

          re: “Tot maybe the kg pala incident would push all indian votes to umno, isn’t that what you were trying to impose by stating LGE has done bad to kg pala indians?”

          The Kg Buah Pala folks were cheated of their land. Why are you creating a diversion to Umno? DAP paid you, izzit? (Note: I’m simply mirroring your allegation thrown at me ad nauseum.)

          re: “There you go again – downplaying a national issue”

          Why are you downplaying the Kg Buah Pala issue that affected so many poor Indian households?

          re: “by excusing yourself that you got no kids, you don’t care about PTA….”

          You cast aspersions and doubted that I could have missed the Noh-school story. Why must I read every news item every day? Why must you assume that I would read a piece of news that is relevant to you?

          I have no kids. Why would I be interested in stories about school fees? Are you interested in stories about high heels?

          re: “you are contradicting your stand on preferring to be with the ones who hold the moral legitimacy – keyword here is moral.”

          Operative word is ‘legitimacy’ and it can be proven through the legal tradition. The Malay archipelago was ruled by the Malay chieftains who instituted laws – either customary of Islamic – to govern their subjects. These laws were codified.

          Morality, on the other hand, is what’s freely claimed by the evangelistas but not seen in practice.

          re: “I, as a citizen and as a voter hold bn@umno responsible for every wrong during their reign, may it be state or national level.”

          I believe there will be a paradigm shift after GE14 and 2018 shall mar a reversion to Malay rule.

          The rulers in Putrajaya will just pekakkan telinga when you gripe that bn@umno and Najib’s cats responsible for every wrong ever perpetrated. Why bother to layan this kind of blanket complaint?

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          • 34. Kineas1067  |  August 4, 2016 at 3:25 pm

            And a sure way to “marginalisation” after that?

            Malaysia still has to make nice with the rest of the region and the international community. As a trade- and exports-dependent nation, it has no choice.

            All these political manoeuvres will amount to zilch if the country cannot earn it’s keep.

            Unless the Chinese, with the odd trillion or so to spare, sees fit to step into the breach.

            I wonder what will be the asking price for that pound of flesh?

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    • 35. RINA  |  August 3, 2016 at 6:43 pm

      Surrhead
      Whats wrong PIBG buat kutipan derma? Kami kat convent school dulu2 the nuns held a grand yearly event. Even zaman sikalang aoa kurangnya, my Apek jiran donated RM30K to SJKC anak2 dia. Kamu ni yang liat nak derma kot?

      Parents yg sayangkn anak2 will do anything to support their schools. For the event we work closely with our kids and the teachers year round la.

      PIBG yg komplen tu semua kaki2 pemalas, not creative and motivated. Should vote them out next term.

      Reply
      • 36. Kineas1067  |  August 4, 2016 at 8:44 am

        Which is why several Malaysian parents send their kids to study in schools in Singapore.

        Right, Kak?

        Freedom of choice. And parents wanting the best for their kids.

        Which possibly includes the GCE O & A Levels, the IB programme, JC and NUS/NTU/SMU……

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      • 37. Surrhead  |  August 4, 2016 at 10:15 am

        With GST in place, i expect schools to be free for all students…it’s that simple….those who are in the capacity to make large donations are always welcomed to do so, but the gov must see to that schooling is free……this kutipan derma tuk selenggara sekolah is absurd, a no-no…

        Reply
  • 38. Kineas1067  |  August 3, 2016 at 5:02 pm

    “Singapore a solid-rock partner: Obama” (http://www.straitstimes.com, Aug 3).

    I don’t see the Democrats and Republicans veering away from that narrative. Let alone Hillary and the Donald.

    I wonder if all of the above will come on board the Nusantara vessel.

    Or that it will be left to the Chinese to help navigate that vessel through the treacherous seas ahead…

    Can’t see the Indians, Japanese or Indonesians doing much in this regard. Or the Russians, Brits, Germans and French.

    Looks like China may be the only game in town for the anti-US (and all that the US stands for) crowd.

    US$1 trillion in loose change would sure come in handy (“China Inc. has $1 Trillion in Cash That It’s Too Scared to Spend” http://bloom.bg/2aMVHqw).

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  • 39. Phobia  |  August 3, 2016 at 5:10 pm

    Malay customs are under threat?

    Stop the figurative cultural genocide! I’ll bet that if DAP came into power some Malay customs will be shielded from vicious unrelenting aggravated assault. These protected treasured cultural heritages will probably include Wayang Kulit, Kuda Kepang, and Dangdut.

    Save Malaysia.

    Reply
  • 40. Mad Hatter  |  August 3, 2016 at 10:17 pm

    Najib must step down, enough of his lies

    Reply
    • 41. Aku Melayu  |  August 4, 2016 at 4:31 am

      Mahathir must disappear from the world, enough of his bs, ftnah and disastrous desire to see his botak boboi to be the PM.

      Reply

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