Some Malaysians just like to badmouth our country to the world in bulan Ramadan dan Syawal.
Now yet another Chinese NGO do-gooder is whinging that she “get(s) hell and mass hate comments for speaking up every time” in favour of undocumented immigrants.
BELOW: Heidy griped that “people used to not be so extreme”
Heidy planning to sic the police on her critics
Heidy Quah, the founder of an NGO called Refuge For The Refugees, is portraying herself as a victim of cyberbullying.
This publicity seeker is being given airtime by Malaysiakini and by FMT under the whiny headline ‘Why do they hate us, says harassed chief of refugee NGO’. Err, why do they ‘hate’ you, Ms Quah? Well, it’s likely because “they” see you as a hypocrite.
The Malaysiakini news item today on Heidy Quah, meanwhile, is titled ‘NGO chief bombarded with hate comments for posting on refugees’.
Heidy complains about “the terrible, attacking comments“ and barrage of criticism she has gotten from “appalling” Malaysians who object to her advocacy on behalf of the economic migrants. The so called ‘refugees’ are currently under detention by our authorities.
Characterizing the online harassment as “brutal attacks”, Heidy has urged her followers to report such critics to Facebook so that action over hate speech can be taken against them.
She herself plans to lodge a report too with the police and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, FMT reported.
BELOW: Heidy Quah receives award from the Queen of England — her FB profile pic
Viewing Joe Rakyat with Bangsarian contempt
The thing with virtue signalers is the virtuous blinkers shield them from their own defective blind spot in championing immigrant workers. Take for example the following self-rightious rhetoric by Heidy. She asked:
“Who builds our buildings? Who are our security guards? Who does the hard, heavy lifting work in wet markets and supermarkets? Who works in our factories like slaves — producing “affordable” clothes for us to purchase and wear?”
Allow me to counter.
Who owns the construction companies reaping huge profits by using cheap foreign labour to build their projects?
Who owns the industrial and commercial properties where poorly paid guards patrol the premises with their poorly fed dogs?
Who owns the supermarkets and wet market stalls employing undocumented foreigners on the cheap to do the heavy work?
Who owns the factories where pendatang haram toil away to produce the affordable clothes that Heidi buys?
I can tell you who the owners of the construction companies, properties, supermarkets and factories are not. They are not the “hundreds of thousands” ordinary Malaysians who recently signed petitions appealing for Rohingya to be deported.
BELOW: Mr Goh Cia Yee while trying not to immediately label Hafiz as racist, bigot, selfish or a horrible person nonetheless assumes that Hafiz is “incapable of empathy”
Hafiz (@Hafiz_Sima) April 24, 2020
Kneel to the culture of Woke
A scenario where powerful owners of capital are allowed to exploit cheap foreign labour exemplifies ‘privatizing profits and nationalizing costs’.
The capitalist class in Malaysia gets away with paying slave wages to an immigrant workforce, many of whom are illegals and thus not provided with employee benefits like free health care.
And when these overworked foreigners fall sick, it is the Malaysian government which is left to pick up the tab and our country’s public health services that are burdened and overstretched.
Another question: Who is paying for the testing of PATI for coronavirus? Not their profiteering employers, as far as I’m aware.
The deluge of foreigners is taking away jobs and resources from working class B40 locals but for the virtue signalers (Goh Cia Yee, Tan Zhong Yan, Chuah Siew Eng, Michelle Liu, Rachel Tan, Nathaniel Tan, Jules Rahman Ong and their ilk), their own compassionate preening is of greater concern.
Opening the floodgates to Rohingya refugees also risks exposing our overwhelmingly Malay frontliners to Covid-19 infection. With the Heidy Quahs and the Chuahs though, their “Oh, the humanity” chest-thumping moment mustn’t be missed.
The NGOs screaming and begging for Malaysia to take in more, More! MORE!! Rohingya and economic migrants of other nationalities are willfully endorsing human trafficking.
These NGO petitioners however don’t care about the consequences of the people-smuggling trade as long as they can posture on social media to telegraph how wonderfully humane they are compared with their Nazi countrymen.