Time for Hindu, Buddhist voters to wise up

July 12, 2020 at 3:53 pm 7 comments

Tomorrow our MPs will show up in parliament and vote either to retain or overturn the status quo.

(a) If Muhyiddin‘s ‘Tukar Speaker’ motions are passed, life goes on with politics as usual. (b) If Mahathir wins his ‘no confidence’ bid, the PM will need to step down. Then a snap election follows.

For me, it’s no big deal either way. Shrug if the “96 percent Malay (Bumiputera) government” carries on, or breathe a sigh of relief at the chance to deliver a fresh mandate.

For the 95 percent Chinese Harapan supporters though, the ouster of Muhyiddin will be welcomed but be careful what you wish for.

BELOW: The Malay congress, which was a vehicle for Amanat Mahathir, also approved a resolution calling for Chinese and Tamils schools to be abolished 

Beloved Tun and DAP no friend to Indians

Pribumi supreme council member Wan Saiful Wan Jan has revealed that the Malay Dignity Congress was organized on Mahathir’s instruction.

Even before Wan Saiful‘s expose, the kopitiam talk uncles could already see Mahathir’s black hand behind it all. Don’t tell me his Harapan partner DAP was unaware. Oh, they knew alright but because of their power lust, the party leaders were willing to be the old man’s running dog.

”The DAP has shown that they will grovel at the heels of any Malay power structure that would have them,” wrote Thayaparan in his Malaysiakini column last week (July 6). Yup, trot like an obedient chihuahua at the heels of M-for-Master.

BELOW: Murder he said … Mahathir not only claimed that Adib was attacked but that his purported attackers meant to kill him

‘D’ in DAP stands for Despicable

Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador said yesterday that his men again took the testimonies of 30 witnesses who had previously recorded their statements on the death of fireman Muhammad Adib. These included two firemen who were closest to where Adib was found at the time of the incident.

The police also interviewed a further 52 new witnesses. Altogether, police questioned a total of 82 persons and not a single one of them ever witnessed anybody attacking Adib. “To this day we have not found anyone who saw the victim being beaten,” the IGP told reporters at his press conference in Bukit Aman.

Forensic evidence does not suggest an assault but instead pointed to a tragic accident involving a reversing vehicle.

BELOW: Mahathir was insistent that Adib’s death was attempted murder

Adib’s death is to the Malay community as Teoh Beng Hock’s death was to the Chinese and some Malays, fuelled by statements by instigators like Mahathir, unfortunately suspected foul play.

Indian Hindus were quickly blamed for the tragedy. In the heat of Malay wrath, DAP threw Indians – another one of the party’s reliable voter base – under the bus without blinking an eye.

The riots at the Seafield temple happened in November 2018. And right up to last week, DAP was still sucking Mahathir’s toes while batting their eyelashes at him.

BELOW: The muck that is the proposed Penang Undersea Tunnel stinks of DAP 

DAP — the party of Hate & Hypocrisy

The DAP’s ‘Unity in Diversity’ platform is rubbish. The evangelical party is dominated by Christians where Hindus and Buddhists count for little.

In Penang, the state controlled by DAP, a score of Myanmar Buddhists were savagely murdered in 2014. According to police, the main suspects in the killings were Rohingya from Rakhine.

Rohingya were suspected to have abducted the factory workers in Seberang Prai and slit their throats, said a news report headlined ‘Gruesome Myanmar communal murders grip Penang’ (The Malay Mail, 18 Sept 2014).

BELOW: Serial murder of Buddhist foreign workers in Penang

In a double murder case that occurred mid-September of 2014, police believed the Buddhist duo of Kyaw Thar Hla, 32 and Kyaw Aye Hlaing, 29 were murdered at another location before their bodies (riddled with multiple stab wounds) were dumped in an oil palm plantation in Bukit Mertajam.

Nine men were subsequently charged in three courts over the brutal slaying of six of their Myanmar countrymen in late 2014. They were Bilal Mohammad Ghulam, Mohamad Rafik, Habibullah, Mohd Rafi Shafie, Yassin, Hussain Swaley, Soe Maung Maung, Ali and Hafiz Ahmad, said an article in The Star. 

On 18 May 2015, I blogged ‘Rohingya suspected of bringing to M’sia their blood feud against Buddhists’. The slaying of Buddhists took place in DAP-controlled Penang … did the DAP care?

The previous and current DAP Penang chief ministers are Christian. Let me ask Malaysia’s Buddhist and Hindu voters — how had DAP-Harapan’s 22 months’ rule been good for you and better than the BN era?

BELOW: The 44-storey cross emblazoned on the facade of Grace Residence apartment in Jelutong, Penang


My third most favourite group photo, haw haw haw Muafakat can go it alone without Pribumi Bersatu

7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. A++  |  July 12, 2020 at 9:35 pm

    Government under TSMY is already a doing great job at providing security from pandemic and safety net to Malaysians. I’d rate him and his governance A++. But, for the next economic recovery phase, how well he will handle it remains to be seen. Give him a chance to prove his team is capable. Allow him to raise the debt ceiling. After all, southern neighbor’s debt was at 111% of GDP in 2017. If default on payment, the government can always send many of its NGOs and activists to work abroad to pay up the country’s debt and to find funds to shelter and feed the local refugees. These activists are known to be very good at convincing rich countries and agencies around the world to fund them to support their cause.

  • 2. HY  |  July 12, 2020 at 10:48 pm

    my passport n ic show i am a buddhiat, albeit a bogus one. so from my pov,ph 22 months is much much much much better than the umno lead govt in almost all aspect except stock market n tax payable under a idiot fm, n reaction toward the wuhanvirus under a con pm. i will give my vote to anyone other than umno in the coming election, n of cource also not to those that support ummo.

    • 3. say no to DAP  |  July 13, 2020 at 12:09 am

      say no to DAP supporter…shame on you

  • 4. whocares  |  July 13, 2020 at 12:21 am

    DAP partnered with Mahathir to screw Melayu, turns out Mahathir screws everyone.

    • 5. Wizard  |  July 13, 2020 at 2:08 pm

      I will vote for a person with integrety and honesty who care about people more than his party and glc crazy quest. I will not vote a person who change his mandate that he or she was voted. It is not right in a belief and it is not right in any cultural heritage and business dealings. IT IS NOT RIGHT IN POLITICS. These peoples have zero trust and no moral scruples.
      For example i trust someone to give the money to a person but this someone gave the money to the mosque. In my book, he has zero trust. It does not justify the goods. These someone where he is going and to whom he is answerable and i will be answerable too for making wrong choice. Nobody lives up to the judgement day.

  • 6. Wizard  |  July 13, 2020 at 1:49 pm

    I will vote for a person with integrety and honesty who care about people more than his party and glc crazy quest. I will not vote a person who change his mandate that he or she was voted. It is not right in a belief and it is not right in any cultural heritage and business dealings. IT IS NOT RIGHT IN POLITICS. These peoples have zero trust and no moral scruples.

    • 7. Helen Ang  |  July 13, 2020 at 1:57 pm

      There’s an Olympic sport called Triple Jump, wink. Lompat sana sini, dapat tiga kali untung.


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