29 thoughts on “Dapster

  1. Unlike Papagomo’s case, this one will be ignored by the masses. That’s the sad reality about this video.

    1. Setem
      ..I looked at it as the UGLY sight of Malaysian Chinese underworld.. Fulamak pakai BERSIH 5 t-shirt plak tuh?

      MeorUsa, sana slavery lama dah takde tapi sini cara geng Bersih 5 kamu ni behaved macam KKK dok dera slave kan?

      Victim ni klo bukan PATI rasanya mereka tak akan benar majikan dera sampai macam ni.
      Hello pemimpin2 BERSIH 5, Aci Ambiga, ibuk Marina dan champion2 human rights semua where are you?. Jangan pla tolong sorok2 bela pengikut2 BERSIH 5 macam ni ya.

  2. This is horrible. This is just horrible.

    No one deserves to be abused in this manner.

    I also think it’s wrong to accuse Dapsters or the Malaysian Chinese Underworld of inflicting this cruel act.

    It is just the act of beasts impersonating humans.

    I hope the perpetrators are arrested.


    1. You didn’t feel the need to make one yourself? Is it because this involved a chinese criminal or the victim have dark skin so it doesnt matter. I know the victim didnt matter to Setem based on his previous dismissal…now what about you?

      1. In response to AE: What I see is one person giving another human a beating no one deserves. The person holding the stick looks like a Chinese and sounds like one. The victim looks like an Indian or perhaps a Bangladeshi. The fat boy wearing a yellow tee shirt that bears the word Bersih, is not involved in the beating. And of course, there is the person taking the video who is unsighted. That is all I see. I don’t see a Dapster, or a MIC or MCA card carrying supporter doing the beating. All I see is a sick, vile and a sorry excuse of a human being behaving like a beast.


        1. lol
          Eugene, i actually meant the question for surrhead one liner. sorry for the crossed signal. however i appreciate the reply

          Unfortunately, i find your opinion on the fat boy flawed. Unless he reported this to the police immediately, don’t you think his presence there amount to abetment of the crime?

          I’m sure the victim is a bangla. if it was an indian, there would already be sequel.

          1. In response to AE: Sorry bro. Crossed channels. My bad. As for the boy in the yellow t, he is for sure in on it, but we don’t know if he agrees with what’s happening. That man with the stick is mean and bad. I don’t think the boy in the yellow t wants to be at the end of the stick. We also don’t know who released the video, and if that yellow t boy might have a part in it.

            My point in all this is that we can’t draw connections to any groups of people without knowing all the details. And just by watching a few seconds of a video can’t possibly give us all the details we need to draw firm conclusions. Most times, when non-BN loving individuals send out videos that might paint a negative light on BN, non-BN loving individuals make scurrilous remarks about the government and paint all officials as corrupt, racists, bigots, etc. We must be careful that we do not fall into that cognitive trap too.


            1. Very fair view, a bit rose tinted but fair. Maybe mine have blood red shade but without someone else in the room holding a more lethal threat than the bamboo pole, i would have, at the very least, attempt to flee. I know this is only conjecture but not without merit. And i honestly see your point of not stooping to their level. Thanks

  3. The Mole has a storey on the incident.

    Why don’t the police do something?

    KUALA LUMPUR – Nov 29, 2016: A video showing two men beating a foreigner has caused an uproar in cyberspace after it went viral.

    Netizens have slammed the action of the duo, describing their conduct as absolutely inhumane.

    The 50-second video shows one of the men cornering the victim, who is believed to be a foreign worker, and beat him up with what looked like a thick wooden stick.

    The other man who is in a yellow t-shirt with the words Bersih 5.0 on it is seen observing the beating.

    At the time of writing, more details of the incident are not known.

    Social media users immediately blasted the duo, with many linking the beating to the Coalition of Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih).

    Facebooker Farah Rodzuan thinks that the men’s action was unacceptable. “No one deserves such brute treatment regardless of his or her race or nationality! Where is your sense of humanity?”

    Ross Rossna agrees. “We don’t know what happened before the manhandling, but those two shouldn’t have beaten him (victim) up like that. If he had done wrong, you could just let the authorities act against him.”

    Adnan Ujang despises the individual wearing the Bersih shirt. “The Bersih supporter should be ashamed of himself. Is this the value that the organisation (Bersih 2.0) harps on?”

    Adam Muzaffar concurs. “Bersih supporters have always described themselves as educated and noble. This man (who wore yellow shirt) did not represent so, in fact, he represents barbarians.”

    Shahrom Sazman is of the same mind. “Fellow Malaysians should take some time and reflect. Is this the kind of leaders (Bersih) that you want to hold on to?”

    David Joseph, urges the authorities to take action against the perpetrators. “The police must investigate the two (men). We have watched the video and recognised their faces now, but we are certain that these two are not human.”

    The Mole tried to contact Bersih for clarification but was unsuccessful.


    1. Because the victim is a foreigner and nobody cares about foreigners being abused in Malaysia. At least he’s not scalded with hot water or hot rod; being bashed with a bamboo stick (?) is considered “lenient” already.

    2. We gave the chinpeng boys amnesty…guess we have to bear their shits for a generation at least.

  4. Last February oso a video of a migrant worker getting beaten to a pulp by his Apek employer for allegedly stealing money has spread like wildfire on social media.

    Wonder if action was taken at all?

    Ni pasti mereka2 macam drinho yang konon bantah sangat2 RUU 355 pasai lotan2. Real hipocrites! drinho YES or NO?

  5. Baru punya meh…kalau lepas ni ada yang kena sebat sebab mulut busuk, jangan cakap abang tak pernah payung.

    Tingginya tamaddun 5000 tahun ni…

      1. Mana boleh jawap bro1st… Ini internal Gee Hin/Hai San matter. Cina takde affiliation mana berani angkat muka. Semua kena nyanyi sama sama ” satu…kowtow sama Datuk Muda..dua…kowtow sama Datuk Muda…tiga…kowtow sama Datuk Muda.” Dengan getah paip pun goyang.

  6. Ms H. Are Malaysian politics lined up with the backing of foreign powers for the very first time ? The Opposition’s Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP with the backing of Singapore’s pro-USA PAP and TDM’s Japanese interests and other George Soros support.. Is this healthy for the development of Malaysian politics in which money is now the sole arbiter of hidden hands ? BN is the true representative of the mainstream of Malaysian politics whilst the others have proven to be just short of the mark by a whisker. History tells. We must support the BN to retain our sanity !

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