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Chinese not Taiwan’s original people

Taiwan “has been home to Malayo-Polynesian peoples for many millenniums”, says the country’s official website detailing its national history. See https://www.taiwan.gov.tw/content_3.php

The natives of Taiwan are kin to the natives of Sabah and Sarawak. Check out Borneo Post 3 Nov 2018 article ‘Bidayuhs explore ties with Taiwan natives’.

Taiwan historical timeline, briefly

1430: Admiral Zheng He (Cheng Ho) lands in Taiwan

1500s Chinese merchants, fishermen and pirates also visit the island

1517: European sailors name it ‘Ilha Formosa’ meaning beautiful island in Portuguese

1600s: Chinese immigrants come to plant rice and sugar, soon begin to outnumber the natives



1623: Dutch East India Company establishes a trading post

1626: Spain expands its presence

1642: Taiwan becomes a Dutch colony following Spanish defeat

1644: Manchu conquer China ending the Ming dynasty

1662: Ming loyalists under Zheng Chenggong (called ‘Koxinga’ by the Dutch) drive out the Europeans and settle in Taiwan; more Chinese immigration

1683: Manchu invade and take over Taiwan; Qing dynasty govern Taiwan as part of Fujian province

1885-1887: Taiwan attains status as province of the Qing empire

1895: Treaty of Shimonoseki — China loses the First Sino-Japanese War; the Qing ruler cedes Taiwan to Japan

1911: Revolution in China deposes the Chinese emperor; China becomes a republic

1945: The Chiang Kai-shek government exercises jurisdiction over Taiwan after Japanese surrender in World War II

25 Oct 1945: Taiwan becomes part of the larger Republic of China (ROC)

[Note: The communists are the People’s Republic of China]

28 Feb 1947: Hokkien Taiwanese fight with newer Chinese immigrants from the mainland

1949: Kuomintang in exile here after losing civil war to Mao Zedong; some one-and-half million Chinese also flee communist China to settle in Taiwan

From mid-1960s: Economy booms and Taiwan earns moniker of ‘Asian Tiger’

1971: Beijing replaces Taipei in the China chair at the United Nations

1 Jan 1979: Democrat President Jimmy Carter severs USA diplomatic ties with Taiwan, recognizing instead Beijing as China

[Note: Taiwan maintains that it is the Republic of China; Beijing insists the world is not big enough for two China’s]

1987: Chiang Ching-kuo (Chiang Kai-shek’s eldest son) lifts martial law following Taiwan’s first ever two-party election a year earlier

2000
: Kuomintang loses presidential election and power for the first time

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DAP using Nik Aziz as fig leaf

In his press statement on Thursday (Oct 7), Lim Guan Eng said: “Since PAS decided to break away from the late PAS leader Allahyarham Tok Guru Nik Aziz politics of moderation, tolerance and respect for non-Muslims, PAS had adopted a policy of hostility towards non-Muslims.”

Guan Eng is misinforming the non Muslims when he claims that the PAS of today (note: Nik Aziz passed away in 2015) is different from PAS pre-2015 with regard to its Islamist politics. Continue reading “DAP using Nik Aziz as fig leaf”

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USA abandoned American in Kabul with her disabled puppy and 130 dogs

A Tennessee woman who owns an animal rescue center in Kabul was not allowed passage home by the Department of Defense because she carried a disabled puppy in her arms — one of 130 animals she was ordered to leave behind in the final days of airlifts.

Charlotte Maxwell-Jones refused to board the plane without her puppy on Monday, so the military ordered her to leave and turn loose 130 crated dogs …

Continue reading the story @ Washington Examiner



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Malays really really don’t trust DAP

Is there anything that The Decepticons will not do?

They trigger the Chinese by exploiting community sentiments over pandemic-related tragic deaths and suicides.

They’ve been cynically manipulative of Chinese emotions through the ‘white flag’ hashtag. They prey on people’s misery for their political capital.

Now we get this expose from Sin Chew. Continue reading “Malays really really don’t trust DAP”

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Dysfunctional USA

This is a short postscript to my earlier blog entry titled ’Biden’s America is a dysfunctional country’.

Three days ago, I knocked The Washington Post as dysfunctional for trumpeting a headline that claimed ‘Simone Biles won the Tokyo Olympics’.

Their American gymnast – whose net worth is estimated to be ten million USD – had secured an individual bronze medal.

The real winner of the Tokyo Olympics is Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson-Herah (pix, middle), in my humble opinion. Continue reading “Dysfunctional USA”

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DAP’s ‘failed state’ rhetoric is scorched earth destructive

For aeons Lim Kit Siang has slapped the label ‘failed state’ on our country, insisting that we’re on the verge of becoming one.

Now his son Lim Guan Eng has explicitly joined the bandwagon, and similarly declared that “Malaysia [is] spiralling down to a failed state”. Continue reading “DAP’s ‘failed state’ rhetoric is scorched earth destructive”

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Violent hate crime against elderly Asians by black men (and black girls)

Cities on the Left Coast of Amerika are controlled by liberal Democrats. In these progressive blue cities, cops are being defunded even while the crime rate is escalating.

Attacks on American-Asians have recently shown a marked increase and attributed to Covid-related xenophobia, according to the woke media narrative. Continue reading “Violent hate crime against elderly Asians by black men (and black girls)”

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DAP’s Indian progress since GE13 — இல்லை

If you have to ask, there were no Malays elected into the DAP Johor CEC today. No Indians too. And zero Chinese. All 15 Malaysian Firsters.

BELOW:If you have to ask about any Indian progress in DAP since 2013 (the year GE13 was held)… 



Honest Injun. There were really “no Indians”.

Elek! Continue reading “DAP’s Indian progress since GE13 — இல்லை”

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Is the DAP’s aggressive Christian charity making Muslims feel uncomfortable?

Steven Sim is a creepy evangelist — see pictures below.

The DAP Penang MP had publicized, under the hashtag #Bangsa, his motorbike donation a fortnight ago to one Food Panda rider.

By the way, it doesn’t look like Steven is following Covid social distancing protocol, does it? Continue reading “Is the DAP’s aggressive Christian charity making Muslims feel uncomfortable?”

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Paragraph spacing problem fixed

Sorry, my previous post seems to have lost all its paragraphing.

I’ve recopied and pasted the content here minus some of the url embed links which you can access from the no-paragraphing earlier version.

Instead of reproducing the screengrab of Steven Sim, I’ve inserted a cat picture plus one poster of Simba as bonus photo.


Remember when Guan Eng declared that forming Muafakat was tantamount to declaring war on non Malays? Continue reading “Paragraph spacing problem fixed”

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Is DAP preparing to purge its “Chinese chauvinist” dissidents?

Hannah Yeoh is an evangelist. Her party is the multikulti Bangsa Malaysia Christian side of DAP.

Ronnie Liu’s side is labeled “toksik” dan “Cina cauvinis” by their internal party rivals.

“Saya bukan Cina” party sec-gen Guan Eng has just fired a salvo against the “chauvinists” in his party — see below. Continue reading “Is DAP preparing to purge its “Chinese chauvinist” dissidents?”

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DAP evangelists on the warpath

Evangelists are the most domineering group in the DAP. These Ubah crusaders are always shoving their Bangsa Malaysia groupthink down other people’s throat.

Dissidents who refuse to swallow the DAP’s toxic Bangsa Malaysia misdirection are attacked without mercy. Even their own party colleagues are not spared, such as Ronnie Liu recently who was tarred and feathered as an outdated “Chinese chauvinist” by them.

These DAP evangelists are most active during bulan puasa. Like typical missionaries, they’re everywhere but their activity is at its peak during this vulnerable fasting month.

Although the evangelists themselves distribute buah kurma (despite the DAP apparatchiks not being Muslim), yet they question Umno leaders who do the same — see Hannah Yeoh’s retweet above.

If the other day the Bangsa mob went after Ronnie, today they’re piling on UUM’s Dr Kamarul Zaman Yusoff.

And again here is the arch evangelist Hannah egging — see her latest Facebook entry (below).

There are now close to 300 reader comments on the Malaysiakini news article about Dr Kamarul. How dare he to call out the DAP’s increasingly penetrating social justice warriors? 

The fruit does not fall far from the tree.

Looking at the extremely nasty nature of the pro-DAP comments spewed at the critics of the party, all the non-Chinese in Malaysia can already see what kind of politicians inspire this type of fanatical followers.

They’re a mob attacking one Malay-Muslim academic. 

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Dapsters deserve PAS rule because elections have consequences

Sin Chew columnist Tajuddin Rasdi wrote on Wednesday (March 17) about his fear that one day soon a PAS ulamak may become prime minister of this country. 

Who is Prof. Dr Mohd Tajuddin Mohd Rasdi? Well, he is another Melayu DAP, or to quote him in his own words: “I am a ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ sort of personality”. 

Prof. Tajuddin shared with his Chinese Sin Chew readership the “thing that shocked me a few months after that historic [GE14] win was the backlash from the Malays”. Continue reading “Dapsters deserve PAS rule because elections have consequences”

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Documentary to connect the dots

Washington DC becoming a militarized zone did not happen in a vacuum.

There is underlying cause and effect.

Did Joe Biden win the 2020 presidential election fairly?” — a Rasmussen survey released on the day of the Capitol storming had asked respondents.

Some seventy percent (69%) of the Republican voters polled answered ‘No’. 

To them: Joe Biden did not win the 2020 presidential election fairly. 

Continue reading “Documentary to connect the dots”

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Storming of the Bastille

The French Revolution of 1789 deposed the ancien regime.

In France today, the storming of the Bastille is commemorated as a national holiday. Bastille Day marks its 14 July 1789 anniversary.

The fall of this citadel to feudal power, located in the heart of Paris, is emblematic of the revolution.

BELOW: The Capitol building in Washington DC shrouded by smoke (tear gas) on 6 Jan 2021

Continue reading “Storming of the Bastille”

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Fighting when it is necessary to fight

Copypasted below in full is an article by a retired editor in Montana published yesterday in his conservative blog ‘Heartland Diary USA’.

I’ve added emphasis to the bad guys by underlining the relevant passages as well as adding bold highlight to the paragraphs.


Donald the Dragon Slayer

By Frank Miele

The legacy of President Donald Trump will be measured against the diminishment of his enemies.

First — even before he was nominated — he broke the corrupt, elitist Republican Party. If you don’t think that is true, just ask yourself when was the last time you took Jeb Bush seriously.

Next, he maimed the corrupt, elitist Democratic Party, Continue reading “Fighting when it is necessary to fight”

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Tun’s ten year itch, maybe

On 16 Feb 2011, Mahathir wrote:

“… apa yang keluar dari bibir Nik Aziz sebagai tujuan hidupnya ialah untuk memenangi pilihanraya dan menjadi pemerintah bersama DAP dan PKR. Untuk ini Nik Aziz secara terbuka sanggup mengkafirkan orang Islam Umno, bersedia untuk bekerjasama dengan syaitan untuk menjayakan perjuangannya, bekerjasama dengan orang yang menolak perjuangannya untuk mendirikan negara Islam ala PAS, mempertahankan pendapat tokoh bukan Islam supaya orang Islam longgarkan pegangan mereka kepada ajaran agama Islam”.

In the paragraph above – refer passage No.16 in Chedet post titled ‘Jawapan kepada Nik Aziz’ – Mahathir likened DAP to “syaitan”.
Continue reading “Tun’s ten year itch, maybe”