What can be Najib’s playbook on China
In 1974, Tun Razak paid an historic visit to China at a time when the Bintang Tiga guerillas were still conducting their armed insurgency against the BN government.
Following the pow-wow with premier Zhou Enlai, our second Prime Minister and his Chinese counterpart (pix below) established friendly bilateral ties between Malaysia and communist China.
Tun Razak’s diplomatic coup meant that the communist terrorists (CTs) in Malaysia could no longer look to the motherland, and kepala komunis Chin Peng soon disavowed by the communist party of China.
Has Razak’s son Najib, the sixth Malaysian PM, succeeded in scoring a similar diplomatic coup in his current one-week stay in Beijing?
Legacy of cucu cicit komunis
What worked before can be expected to work its magic again.
China does not support the opposition parties in Malaysia. It is Western interests that do. Thus Malaysia remains beset by a CT problem linked to backing from the West. These latter day CTs are the cyber troopers who carry out online terrorism.
DAP are the Christians who are heavily pro-America. Witness DAP Perak evangelista warlord David Nga Kor Ming who featured in his Hari Raya greeting the flag of the USA as well as a meme by a famous American evangelical Dr James Dobson.
In the 1970s, CTs still fought in the Malaysian jungle. In the 2010s, CTs fight in Malaysian cyberspace.
In the past, CTs fought using rifles and bayonets. Today, CTs fight using keyboard and touchpad.
Chin Peng’s CTs believed in the communist ideology and their armed struggle inflicted violence on victims. The RBAs believe in the prosperity gospel and their relentless psywar inflict vicious slander on victims.
Both are equally a menace to society albeit the former were physically destructive while the latter are deadly vectors of destructive propaganda.
Both share the objective of toppling our country’s Malay-led government.
How China deals with evangelists
The evangelists pose an existential threat to China whose current top leaders know of this danger and are willing to learn from history.
Chinese evangelists are synonymous with revolution.
The Boxer Rebellion in China was a popular uprising in reaction against the provocation by Christian zealots and missionaries.
“By late 1899 the Boxers were openly attacking Chinese Christians and Western missionaries”, said Encyclopædia Britannica, and they “killed suspected Chinese Christians on sight”.
Churches in the countryside were burned by the Boxer patriots, according to the About.com timeline. On 14 June 1900, thousands of Boxers descended on Beijing and torched the city’s churches.
Altogether 32,000 Chinese Christian converts were killed in the violent conflict. “Christian missionary activities helped provoke the Boxers”, explained Encyclopædia Britannica.
Earlier, the Taiping Rebellion (1850-64) in China was a backlash against the disrespect shown by born again Christians towards Chinese cultural sensitivities and whose “aggressive proselytizing” had “brought instability and social tensions” to China.
A born again Christian named Hong Xiuquan instigated the Taiping Rebellion. The delusional Hong was convinced that he was the younger brother of Jesus Christ and his messiah complex prompted his conviction that he was “sent to reform China”.
In 1851, Hong declared that he had received the mandate from heaven to establish the Heavenly Kingdom of Peace (tai ping tian guo) with himself as king. Through their revolt, the “peaceful” Christian rebels effected a “radical political and religious upheaval” that cost millions of lives.
Presently Beijing has on its hands the last remnants of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution led by fervid evangelist Joshua Wong.
(Note: Joshua Wong is barred from entering Malaysia and was recently deported from Thailand; ‘Wong’ is a popular Chinese surname among evangelistas just as ‘Ma’ is among Muslims.)
China has had enough experience with bloody revolutions led by evangelists with delusions of grandeur, and hence little patience and tolerance for their mischief.
In the last couple of years alone, Chinese authorities have removed thousands of crosses from church rooftops and demolished hundreds of churches.
While previously the clampdown was concentrated on churches in Wenzhou – the port city dubbed “Jerusalem of China – in Zhejiang province, more recently the government crackdown has extended nationwide.
China evinces scant sympathy for evangelists who its communist politburo are aware had caused so much trouble and bloodshed historically among the majority Chinese.
Evangelistas causing problem to everybody
Malaysia and China share a similar problem of evangelistas who relish in religiously provoking the locals as well as agitating for regime change.
Malaysia’s more immediate problem however is the upcoming Bersih street rally. The prime mover behind Bersih 5.0 is the evangelical party DAP.
“Low Malay participation in the previous rally gave fodder to the ruling coalition to dismiss Bersih 2.0 as an urban-centric, middle class Chinese movement that had no support from the country’s ethnic majority,” said the Malay Mail in its latest news report — read article from link in tweet below).
The urban-centric, middle class Chinese evangelical movement of the Yellow Shirts are hoping that their Protun and PAN Malay new allies will be able deploy the DAP’s Melayu-screw-Melayu strategy during Bersih 5.0.
This Melayu-screw-Melayu strategy is best illustrated by the Life of Annie blog that is overflowing with ANC (Anti-Najib Campaign) Dapsters.
Malay blogger Annie has labeled Najib loyalists such as Salleh Said Keruak a “barking dog” while at the same time dog whistling to his Chinese BFFs to ‘come and get it boys’, i.e. silently signalling the rabid RBAs who come bounding, on cue, to Life of Annie to snarl and growl at the Umno president.
Annie is the champion whacker who constantly rants about Umno turning into a “racist party”, about how some Umno leaders are “despicable” and how the Malay community is increasingly lurching to the right and becoming “hateful”.
Come Bersih 5.0, it is the 20k Malay mercenaries who are willing to act as buffer for the evangelistas should there be an encounter on the streets with the Red Shirts.
BELOW: Azizi Safar is the BN Penang executive secretary
Listen here Super-Stupid and Arrogant DAP man , I am not anti-China or anti-Chinese. I am just anti-DAP. Especially… https://t.co/hdZnHOJ4Bh—
(@azizisafar) July 14, 2016
Evangelistas chief troublemakers in China and M’sia
Beijing now understands that Umno Malays are not anti Chinese or anti China. Umno Malays are just anti DAP, and against particularly the party’s two-faced evangelistas.
During Zhou Enlai’s era, Beijing was also made to understand by Tun Razak that Umno was not anti Chinese or anti China but just anti Bintang Tiga communists who are dangerous troublemakers (just like their spiritual cousins the Bintang Lima evangelists today).
In Bersih 4.0, China’s envoy to Malaysia had cast his protective shield around Chinatown in Petaling Street.
Beijing now has likely a better understanding of Bersih 5.0. They comprehend that the street demo to oust Najib is a spot of troublemaking by the evangelistas, much in the same vein that evangelists pose a problem in China.
After Najib’s pivot to China, Putrajaya and Beijing can see their commonality. They both have to contend with a mutual troublemaker in the form of the subversive evangelistas.