Posts tagged ‘Jerusubang’
Penang says ‘No’ to Rohingya.
The DAP-led government wants the boat people to be placed on federal land and proposes that the camp be in a big state like Pahang, according to J-Star – the paper seen by some as the de facto DAP mouthpiece. (more…)
You can assume the following trend – which I’m going demonstrate – as one lesson that the BN will be taught in GE14.
1. The silent majority are sorely deprived of a platform for our voice. More than 600 out of some one thousand people are saying, ‘No’, the Rohingya should not be allowed to stay in Malaysia.
That’s what the majority (60 percent) of my poll respondents feel. (more…)
They are not refugees. Half of the 25,000 boat people are Bangladeshi economic emigrants.
A refugee is defined by the dictionary as “a person who has been forced to leave his country in order to escape war, persecution or natural disaster”.
There is no war, earthquake or tsunami in Bangladesh. (more…)
orangkampung commented @ 2015/05/15 at 9:50 am
“Never let it be said that people can’t learn from history. Dapsters have learned their lesson. They got smart. See how they are attacking Umno and BN with their ABU and UBAH. They keep their thoughts on the Malay race itself on the quiet, although of course once in a while they do surface.
“With all the problems that Umno is facing now, you can see how fragmented the Malays are. So maybe we will not come to another May 13 if BN loses and I’m sure the Dapsters have learned how to make the Malays toe the line.”
“The Malay psyche appears simple in essence and yet it is complex in fathoming. A non-Malay, who has only a superficial relationship with a Malay, can easily fall into the trap of taking the Malay for granted.” – Dr Ismail Noor and Muhammad Azaham Wahab (The Malays Par Excellence … Warts and All, p.19)
So we can expect seven out of every 10 Chinese in the country to be able to speak Malaysia’s national language as their native tongue (just like the ethnic Chinese in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines do their respective country’s native language) and also be willing to send their children to National School.
“Chinese” school should only cater for those three out of every 10 Chinese who view themselves by Race/Ethnicity First. The seven out of 10 Chinese who see themselves as Malaysian First must send their children to National School because vernacular school is only suitable for the Chinese Firsters. (more…)
Pada tahun 1873, perang saudara berlaku sekali lagi di negeri Perak.
Ketika itu, Ngah Ibrahim memerintah daerah Larut bermula dari Sungai Krian di utara sehingga Sungai Beruas di selatan.
Raja Larut Ngah Ibrahim dikenali pegawai British Frank Swettenham sebagai seorang keturunan campuran India, pintar dan pandai berniaga. (more…)