Hormat the Yang Berhormat and Article 152 on Bahasa Malaysia

26 04 2010

This is perhaps a follow up to our earlier post on some Yang Berhormats who are not quite yang berhormat as stated by HRH Sultan Perak during his recent birthday ceremony.

We now have a new Yang Berhormat in Hulu Selangor just elected to Parliament yesterday 25 Arpril 2010. He has won it in what has been reported as a free and fair democratic process and he deserves to be called Yang Berhormat, in the tradition of the democratic system of addressing elected representatives in this country. We believe he is not the kind who would stand up on the table and shout in the august debating hall.

But let’s consider the process that took place for him to get there. What kind of Yang Berhormats were involved and what kind of words and actions they displayed to help get the man a Parliamentary seat. Of course, we at Kempen SSS (Satu Sekolah Untuk Semua) wish to highlight the issues pertaining to single-stream schooling and the creation of a united and cohesive Bangsa Malaysia through only one system of schooling (sekolah kebangsaan) instead of the present three (including sekolah Cina and Sekolah Tamil).

Here are what have been said concerning those, including by Yang Amat Berhormat Perdana Menteri. All these have been in the attempt to get their (coalition) man into Parliament and become a Yang Berhormat. They seem to want to get votes by what they said and did. Irrespective of whether or not what they said and did (promoting schools that have Mandarin as the medium of instruction) were contradicting Article 152 of the Constitution on the position of Bahasa Malaysia as the National Language of the country. Yet those areas with the majority comprising those they try to placate did not give their votes to the new Yang Berhormat.

See if you agree with they have said in the articles reproduced below (some by way of extracts), what they have asked, what have been promised, have the promises been too much considering the votes delivered in Chinese majority areas, etc. And, most importantly, where is the hormat (respect) for Article 152 of the Constitution on Bahasa Malaysia as the National Language.

When officiating the 12th sitting of Selangor State Assembly, HRH Sultan Selangor asked that all parties understand and respect the Constitution, and use it as a basis in managing (political) problems. The Sultan hoped that all State Assembly Yang Berhormats can provide a clear message on this to the rakyat.

We understand that the new Hulu Selangor Parliamentary Yang Berhormat is fluent in Bahasa Malaysia and hope he will show support for SSS and provide a clear message to his constituents and others of Article 152 on Bahasa Malaysia.

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http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=2010&dt=0424&pub=Utusan_Malaysia&sec=Terkini&pg=bt_25.htm

PM tolak tanggapan kerajaan tidak bantu sekolah cina

24/04/2010 5:15pm

HULU SELANGOR 24 April – Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak berkata, tanggapan segelintir masyarakat Cina bahawa kerajaan mengabaikan mereka terutamanya dalam aspek pendidikan adalah tidak benar.

Beliau berkata, pada tahun 2008 sahaja kerajaan telah memperuntukkan sebanyak RM145 juta khusus untuk pembangunan Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Cina (SJKC).

“Kerajaan dah buat banyak perkara untuk sekolah Cina. Buktinya, kita telah peruntukkan sebanyak RM145 juta menerusi dua pakej ransangan ekonomi pada 2008,” katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian ketika berucap di Sekolah Rendah Jenis Kebangsaan Cina (SRJKC) Rasa di sini sempena tinjauan mesra kempen Pilihan Raya Kecil bagi kerusi Parlimen Hulu Selangor hari ini.

Hadir sama, Presiden MCA, Datuk Seri Dr. Chua Soi Lek, Menteri Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan, Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha, Timbalan Menteri Pelajaran, Datuk Dr. Wee Ka Siong dan Timbalan Menteri Kewangan, Datuk Seri Chor Chee Heung.

Pada majlis itu Najib yang juga Menteri Kewangan meluluskan peruntukan sebanyak RM3 juta untuk pembinaan bangunan baru SRJK (C) Rasa yang telah berusia lebih 80 tahun.

Najib berkata, peruntukan itu diberikan selepas beliau mendengar taklimat daripada Pengerusi Lembaga Pengurus Sekolah yang memerlukan peruntukan pembinaan sekolah itu.

“Setelah mendengar penerangan panjang lebar dari pihak sekolah, saya dengan ini mengesahkan kerajaan bersetuju memberi peruntukan sebanyak RM3 juta kepada sekolah ini,” katanya.

Beliau berkata, pemberian itu adalah dengan syarat iaitu kerajaan negeri Selangor tidak mengambil alih tapak asal sekolah ini sebaliknya ia perlu dikekalkan di bawah pentadbiran lembaga pengurus sekolah untuk tujuan kemasyarakatan.

“Kalau esok Barisan Nasional (BN) menang, saya sebagai Menteri Kewangan akan mengeluarkan surat peruntukan dan RM3 juta itu akan dimasukkan ke dalam akaun Lembaga Pengurus Sekolah dan wang itu boleh diambil keesokan harinya (Isnin),” katanya.- Bernama

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http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/4/24/hulu_selangor/6125841&sec=hulu_selangor

Saturday April 24, 2010

Wooing the Chinese voters
By FOONG PEK YEE
pekyee@thestar.com.my

The Chinese vote in the Hulu Selangor parliamentary by-election will be crucial to the outcome. With that in mind, the MCA has been going all out to help ensure a Barisan Nasional victory.

THE ball is in your court now – that’s the message from Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek to the Chinese community after almost a week of heavy campaigning in Hulu Selangor.

By now, Hulu Selangor residents perhaps are more well-versed with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s 1Malaysia concept and the New Economic Model (NEM) than many others, he said, before pointing out that it was just the beginning.

Citing examples, he said, the Chinese have always asked for fairness and Najib had stated that the NEM would be “merit and not race-based.”

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The forthright MCA president has told the Chinese that it is really up to them to put Najib on the path to delivering his promises.

“He cannot do it alone,” said Dr Chua.

Chinese voters comprise 26% of the 63,953 electorate and are regarded as crucial. In the last general election, PKR won by a 198-vote majority and no one has dared to predict the outcome of the race this time.

Chinese voters are perceived to be more inclined towards Pakatan Rakyat with the MCA pushing hard to win them over with just 24 hours to go before voting.

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http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/4/24/hulu_selangor/6125752&sec=hulu_selangor

Saturday April 24, 2010

PTPTN loans for Chinese students

KUALA KUBU BARU: National Higher Education Corporation (PTPTN) loans have been made available to students from Chinese independent schools, said MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek.

The Government gave the green light after a meeting last week between party leaders and Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin. Also at the meeting were Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong, Deputy Higher Education Minister Dr Hou Kok Chung and Hulu Selangor MCA division chairman Wong Koon Mun.

“We are happy the Higher Education Ministry has given its approval,” Dr Chua told reporters after visiting the wet market in Kalumpang new village near here yesterday.

PTPTN loans are currently open to students in private colleges and universities in the country.

Those from independent schools will be eligible only if they are pursuing studies in local and private institutions of higher education.

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On another matter, Dr Chua said the MCA had succeeded in getting land for schools from property developers. “We need more in areas such as Sungai Long, Serdang, Kajang and Puchong.”

Dr Chua said although PKR had made many promises to voters in the previous general election, such as granting land for Chinese schools, no such approval had been done so far.

He added that Pakatan had also claimed sand would be an important source of revenue. “In fact, they quoted RM150mil sand revenue per year, but in 2008-2009, the revenue in Selangor did not exceed RM10mil.”

As for the by-election, he urged the Chinese to support the Prime Minister’s initiatives based on need, merit and market-friendliness.

Later, at a 1Malaysia dinner in Ulu Yam Baru, Dr Chua said the government was in the midst of expediting the process to get the Unified Examination Certificate recognised.

It is offered by Dong Jiao Zong for students completing six years at independent schools.

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http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/4/24/hulu_selangor/6116599&sec=hulu_selangor

Saturday April 24, 2010

Malay ground will be the decider
ANALYSIS
By JOCELINE TAN

The vast Malay ground will be crucial in deciding the winner in the Hulu Selangor by-election tomorrow

THE Malay vote will decide whether Hulu Selangor will remain with Pakatan Rakyat or return to the Barisan Nasional.

The Malays make up 54% of the 63,593 voters and their sheer numbers will now determine where the seat will swing.

The Chinese make up 26% of the electorate and Indian 19%. But with almost 70% of Chinese votes said to be leaning towards Pakatan and the Indian vote showing a slight advantage to the Barisan, it is now up to the Malays to call the shots on Sunday.

Top leaders from both sides have trained their spotlight on the Malay voters the last two days, reaching out to them whether they are deep in the interior in Felda schemes or residing in semi-urban settlements.

For instance, the endless harping about American ties and Israeli links are aimed largely at a Malay audience. The non-Malays are not worked up over these sort of issues.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak made his second high-profile visit yesterday, with a string of activities after performing Friday prayers in Sungai Buaya.

Some said Najib, who is also Selangor Umno chief, was confident of a win and that is why he has been moving around. But Umno politicians insisted they are taking nothing for granted.

“That the PM is on the ground shows how seriously he is taking the whole thing. He is not interested in feel-good reports. He wants to know the real situation,” said state Barisan treasurer Datuk Faisal Abdullah.

Umno workers completed their third and final round of house-to-house campaigns yesterday. The door-to-door canvassing is Umno’s biggest strength in a contest of this nature.

They have a comprehensive database of Malay households, whose political sentiments are colour-coded as black (hostile), grey (fence-sitter) and white (supporter). Their aim is to dilute the black into grey, turn the grey into white and keep the white on their side.

Pakatan is reaching out to voters mainly via the ceramah circuit.

Huge billboards showing PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat against a green backdrop have appeared in Malay areas with the words, “Berdoalah untuk kemenangan Datuk Zaid,” appealing to voters to pray that Zaid will win.

“It is very tough. We are hoping Nik Aziz can turn the tide for Zaid,” said Selangor Speaker Teng Chang Khim.

Both Nik Aziz and Zaid are fellow Kelantanese. Apparently, Nik Aziz had been a guest at Zaid’s Kota Baru home a couple of times even when they were on opposite sides of the political fence.

But there are no permanent friends or foes in politics. They are now on the same political platform and the elder politician has made a passionate plea on Zaid’s behalf.

Pakatan started out with a clear-cut message to the electorate Selamatkan Malaysia – Save Malaysia. Their candidate, the erudite and well-known Zaid, was meant to epitomise the saviour role that Pakatan sought to play in Malaysia’s new politics.

But as some have pointed out, the campaign might as well have been themed Selamatkan Datuk Zaid Ibrahim, given the way Pakatan had to defend him against allegations about his lifestyle.

Pakatan knew from the start that it had limited support among the Malays even though he is legislator material.

He had occupied the moral high ground but slipped in the Malay ratings after being mired in controversy over his alcohol consumption and race-horses ownership – both big no-nos among Muslims.

The issue has not affected the Chinese support but the cost on the conservative Malay vote is exerting its toll. He would be a very worried man if he knew what the Umno house-to-house canvassers are saying about his views on issues like the Lina Joy apostasy case and the Allah issue.

By mid-week, Pakatan leaders, already hit by the defections among middle-ranking officials, decided that Zaid’s situation was so indefensible that the best way to deal with it was to stop responding to the accusations.

Leaders like Datuk Seri Hadi Awang have detoured to talking about the Government’s role in tackling poverty while Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim stuck to tested favourites like missing jet engines, Apco and Israel, corruption and cronyism.

Both coalitions have been evenly matched and are equally hungry for a win.

Barisan candidate P. Kamalanathan had to take his share of personal hits with questions raised about his education credentials and other personal issues.

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s appearance with Kamalanathan on Thursday night was aimed at sealing in the Umno-Malay vote. The picture of Dr Mahathir with his hand on Kamalanathan’s shoulder had only one message – the candidate has the blessing of the former prime minister.

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Pakatan reckons it has about 45% of the Malay support and is depending on Nik Aziz to swing things around for them.

Barisan is ahead among the Malays and conservative estimates have 57% of Malays on its side while more optimistic estimates go as high as 65%. Barisan needs to increase its share of the Malay vote to make up for lost ground among the Chinese.

The Malay vote has never been more important for either side.

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Monday April 26, 2010

It’s a wake-up call, says Chua

KUALA KUBU BARU: The voting pattern among the Chinese in the Hulu Selangor by-election is a wake-up call for MCA leaders that the community is no longer just concerned with basic needs but also national issues, MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek said.

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Results from polling stations showed that there was strong support for PKR from areas where the community formed the majority.

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Dr Chua also reckoned that the internal problems in the Kuala Kubu Baru division had contributed to the weak support from Chinese voters.

“Infighting exists in all parties but we will have to talk to the people concerned,” he said.

He said the 1½-year party crisis had also affected the Chinese support in the constituency.

“This is a wake-up call for all leaders to put aside their personal differences and work for the good of the rakyat.

“Otherwise, we will be consumed by the political dustbin and be called a political dinosaur,” he said.

On Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s comment that the by-election was an acid test for MCA, he said Najib had made the reference not just to MCA but also himself and Pakatan Rakyat.

“If it was just a reference to MCA, there would not be so many big guns coming here to campaign,” he said.

Party secretary-general Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha said the party would conduct a post-mortem to find out the reason behind the voting trend of the Chinese in the constituency.

Ask whether the poor response from the Chinese voters would make it more difficult for MCA to deal with Umno, Kong said Malaysia was a multiracial country and all component parties must work together.

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26 04 2010
Aku

What kind of politics is this? Where are we heading to? How are we going to get unified with three systems of education – the national schools, the Chinese schools, the Tamil schools. We might as well have 52 systems of schools in the country, one each for any dialect spoken! Rojak this country.

This is a clear disregard of Article 152 on Bahasa Malaysia as the National Language of the country. No respect is given to BM. The fact that vernacular schools had existed since Merdeka does not mean that it is right to carry it on to eternity. it has been raised and discussed in Parliament. Surely the PM is sensitive to that.

The Prime Minister has said in his 1Malaysia blog that the single-stream education will be implemented when the rakyat wants it. But he did not say how to determine whether the rakyat wants it. The Kempen SSS people have time and again suggested that referendum is the safest and best way to do it. Why has he kept quiet? Political convenience?

He has not placed much attention on the interests of others except those of the Chinese in recent times. So much for wanting Chinese votes. But as the articles above show, the Chinese in Hulu Selangor have not given BN their votes. In the meantime, others get to feel sidelined. So what is he trying to do, what is he trying to show by conceding so much to the promoters of the Chinese schools? They are not even voting for BN, are they?

26 04 2010
antudurex

Najib ni tak habis-habis. Nah! sekali lagi di kencing oleh cina. Tak serik-serik! Pi la dok berlutut dan bela depa tu! Tak payah peduli lagi la dgn orang Melayu!

Undi Melayu no longer untuk Najib!

27 04 2010
SSS Admin

antudurex,

Politik mengejar undi memanglah biasa diseluruh dunia. So’alnya sejauh mana orang politik sanggup melakukan tindakan-tindakan untuk mendapatkan undi. Banyak kes didalam sejarah orang politik melakukan tindakan yang boleh dianggap menjual negara. George W Bush pula diheret hidungnya oleh Yahudi “Israel Lobby” di Amerika dan kaum Zionis diIsrael sehingga mengebom Iraq atas alasan ada senjata nuklear (WMD) yang sehingga sekarang tidak dijumpai diIraq. Dia dibaling selipar oleh pemberita Arab – suatu pengkejian yang amat sangat dikalangan orang Arab.

Membantu sekolah Cina bertentangan dengan Peruntukan 152 Perlembagaan berkenaan Bahasa Malaysia sebagai Bahasa Kebangsaan. Apa yang sudah ada sejak 52 tahun tidak semestinya betul. Jika tidak, mengapa ada Artikel 152? Masalah itu tidak diselesaikan dipermerintahan sejak 52 tahun yang lalu sebab Melayu banyak sangat tolak ansur. Melayu tolak tiada yang beransur. Kedudukan Istimewa Melayu diperuntukan 153 Perlembbagaan diungkitkan. Melayu masih lagi bertolak ansur. Ini tidak boleh berterusan. Mesti ada jalan dua hala. Mesti ada “give and take”. Pemerintahan mesti nilaikan sejauh mana sudah “give” dan sejauh mana sudah “take” dan bertindak sewajarnya.

27 04 2010
SSS Admin

antudurex,

DS Najib nampaknya bergelora dengan konsep 1Malaysia nya. Bagus tujuan menyatukan semua bangsa supaya ada persepaduan, keamanan dan kemajuan negara. Tetapi so’alnya, apakah dengan cara tiga sistem persekolahan (SK, SJKC, SJKT) boleh mendapat persepaduan? Apakah dengan “unity in diversity” boleh dapat 1Malaysia”? Bukankah kepentingan 70% penduduk didahulukan? Pada hal Melayu, Bumiputera diSabah dan Sarawak itu ketinggalan jauh dibelakang Cina dilapangan ekonomi dan jumlah professional dinegara ini. Cina menguasai ekonomi negara dan bidang professional walau pun hanya 23% dari jumlah penduduk. UMNO bertanggong jawab menjaga kepentingan Melayu.
Kerajaan bertanggong jawab memajukan Bumiputera Sabah dan Sarawak, dan kaum India yang juga ketinggalan jauh dibelakang dinegara ini.

Perkasa dan 76 NGO Melayu telah mengeluarkan suara meminta Kerajaan melebihkan perhatian kapada kepentingan mereka. Diharap DS Najib akan sedar bahawa mereka yang ketinggalandibelakang itu perlu diberi perhatian lebih.

26 04 2010
Halim

The Wake-Up Call – “whether the poor response from the Chinese voters would make it more difficult for MCA to deal with Umno”:

Would UMNO not get fed up of their asking endlessly for this and that yet they don’t deliver? Why can’t the Chinese be reasonable? They already got citizenship and now control the economy of the country yet some of them grudge the Malay Special Position. Be reasonable, lah. UMNO should not just give them what they ask for.

It’s not fair to the Malays, the Bumis of Sabah and Sarawak, and the Indians, who are economically and educationally left far behind in this country.

27 04 2010
SSS Admin

Halim,

It is a matter of how UMNO wnats to deal with the MCA. Specifically, it’s a matter of how DS Najib wants to deal with the Chinese. There have been a lot of comments in blogosphere and the newspapers about the attention Najib gives to the Chinese being much more than the others. That’s why Perkasa and the 76 NGOs went on the roadshow to get Najib to pay more attention on the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak.

Then the Chinese tried to make fun of Perkasa. The Deputy Editor of Seng Chew wrote an article, a translation of which was displayed in Darah Tuah blog some weeks ago. He was simply being nasty. That’s not good for harmonious relations among the races. All Perkasa wanted to do was to speak up, try to promote the interests of the Malays and the Bumiputeras. This is what SSS has been concerned about. The increasing polarisation among the races in the country and the proposal for the creation of a united and cohesive Bangsa Mmmmmalaysia through tyhe single-stream schooling or SSS. Najib has to pay attention to the feelings of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak. And, as you said, the Indians, too, in terms of also being left far behind the Chinese economically and educationally.

27 04 2010
dinturtle

Salam SSS Admin,

Kita tengok dulu apakah Najib akan kotakan janji untuk bangunan baru sekolah cina, setelah BN menang TAPI tanpa sokongan cina.

Kalau saya jadi Najib, saya akan ingat kembali hari bersama masyarakat cina Hulu Selangor tempohari. Diiringi pemimpin2 cina BN, mereka disambut mesra seperti yang dituntut 1Malaysia. Pengumuman demi pengumuman tentang hadiah kepada cina jika BN menang. Akhirnya….. BN menang tapi undi cina tarak.

Najib tak rasa diperbodohkan ke ? Tak ada perasaan malu ke bila mengingati segala sokongan yang diberi tempohari ternyata palsu ? Salah Najib juga – janji beri duit jika BN menang….. dia tak kata jika cina sokong BN. Jadi terpaksalah Najib tunaikan janji juga…… kalau tak, cina yang tak sokong Najib akan bising kata Najib tak tunai janji dan gesa cina kawasan lain yang juga tak sokong Najib supaya jangan sokong Najib.

Hahahaha… kencing kelas wahid !

27 04 2010
SSS Admin

dinturtle,

Ahli Lembaga Pengurusan SRJKC Rasa sudah tentu akan menuntut RM3 juta yang Najib dengan gahnya menjanjikan kapada sekolah itu. Pada hal pengundi-pengundi Cina diRasa tidak mengundi BN. Disana sini ada komen mengatakan kebanyakan mereka mengundi pembangkang. Bayangkanlah gelak ketawa mereka dapat RM3 juta dengan tidak payah memberi undi. Najib patut tahu bahawa mereka jenis yang minta, tuntut dan ungkit segala apa yang boleh. Pada hal sekolah Cina bertentangan dengan Artikel 152 Perlembagaan berkenaan Bahasa Malaysia sebagai Bahasa Kebangsaan.

Najib nampaknya akan terus dengan rancangannya mengambil hati kaum Cina sehingga tidak tahu bila. Lihat sahaja apa yang akan dilakukannya diPRK Sibu tidak lama lagi. Dia nampaknya tidak pedulikan berkenaan sekolah satu aliran atau SSS. Dia hanya mengatakan akan dilaksanakan bila rakyat mahukannya. Tetapi dia tidak menyebut cara hendak menentukan sama ada rakyat mahukannya atau tidak. Rakyat perlu bersuara berkenaan perkara ini saperti Perkasa dan 76 NGO Melayu itu bersuara.

27 04 2010
Sayong

Nyata dia main politik. Mahukan undi dari kaum Cina. Beri habuan bermacam-macam. Sejauh mana dia mahu buat macam tu? Melayu sudah terasa terpinggir.
Nyata dari timbul Perkasa dan 76 NGO Melayu. Ditohmah rasis pulak oleh sebahagian dari mereka. Macam mana ini? Bukan ke sudah terlaluan?

30 04 2010
SSS Admin

Sayong,

Dato Seri Najib mahukan undi orang Cina. Ini adalah difahami. DiPRU2008, undi Cina berteraburan, majoriti pergi kekumpulan pembangkang. Sehingga hilang majoriti 2/3 diParlimen. Dia sangat mengharapkan mendapat semula 2/3 majoriti itu. Begitu sekali condongnya kapada orang Cina. Ini bermula dengan polisi liberalasasinya diawal tahun, disusul dengan langkah-langkah yang diambilnya berkenaan sekolah Cina, Model Ekonomi Barunya yang tidak nyata memajukan kepentingan Melayu, timbulkan perkara samarata dan sebagainya. Yang paling akhir sekali ialah RM3 juta dijanjikan, dan esok lusanya dikotakan, untuk pembinaan sekolah Cina bahru di Rasa.

So’alnya ialah adakah itu semua “berbaloi”? Majoriti kemenangagan tidak sampai 3% dari jumlah yang mengundi. Jumlah undi Cina kapada parti pemerintah hanya dalam lingkungan 30%. DiPRU 12 dianggar 26%. Ini bermakn naik hanya 4% jumlah pengundi Cina diHulu Selangor. Dengan demikian banyak habuan dan janji. Nampaknya cara mendapat kemenangan lebih dimasa akan datang bukan saperti itu.

27 04 2010
Maju

Pemerintah coba mengambil hati kaum Cina dengan berlebihan sejak lama dahulu. Pada tahun 2008 sebannyak RM145 juta dibelanjakan khusus untuk pembangunan Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Cina (SJKC).

DiPRK Hulu Selangor, Najib meluluskan RM3 juta untuk pembinaan bangunan baru SRJK (C) Rasa. Nyata ini adalah habuan pilihan raya. Tidak ada silap lapuran sebab diberitakan oleh Bernama, agensi berita Kerajaan. Begitu tegas janjinya, “Kalau esok Barisan Nasional (BN) menang, saya sebagai Menteri Kewangan akan mengeluarkan surat peruntukan dan RM3 juta itu akan dimasukkan ke dalam akaun Lembaga Pengurus Sekolah dan wang itu boleh diambil keesokan harinya (Isnin),” katanya.

Maka kemana pergi Artikel 152 Perlembagaan berkenaan Bahasa Kebangsaan? Pada hal perkara ini sudah dikemukakan dan dibincang diParlimen. Politik begini yang merosakkan kesejahteraan negara. Tidak menukar sistem sekolah SRJKC dan SRJKT kapada sistem sekolah kebangsaan itu satu hal. Menggalakkan sistem sekolah Cina itu nyata menentang semangat Artikel 152 Perlembagaan. Pada hal pemerintah sepatutnya coba dapatkan semua rakyat menghormati dan mengikut kehendak Perlembagaan negara. Pemerintah sepatutnya memberi perhatian terhadapa cadangan sistem sekolah satu aliran atau SSS.

Yang amat menyedihkan lagi ialah hal bahawa dengan begitu banyak bantuan yang telah diberi, tambahan pula ada bantuan lain yang dijanjikan, mereka kaum Cina tidak indahkan Barisan Nasional dan masih mengundi parti pembangkang. BN dapat majoriti tidak sampai 3%. Disini sana analisa keputusan PRK HS menyatakan undi Cina pergi kepembangkang. Najib masih tidak sedarkan diri dengan pendirian politiknya yang sangat menyedihkan.

27 04 2010
Ahmad Thamrin

Obviously they are wrong. They thought that the Chinese votes were crucial. Gave and promised all sorts of things. Yet Jocelin Tan’s analysis said Malay votes would be the decider. True, many articles after the BN win said the Chinese votes went to opposition.

Now the Board of Governors of SRJKC Rasa would be laughing their way to the bank. RM3 million is no joke but they can still have a big laugh. How stupid and foolhardy (can I say these? – fair comment, what) those who keep trying to please the Chinese tak habis habis. Meanwhile the others become upset because Najib bo layan them.

30 04 2010
Andrea

“The voting pattern among the Chinese in the Hulu Selangor by-election is a wake-up call for MCA leaders ..”

So what MCA going to do about it?

30 04 2010
SSS Admin

Andrea,

They have said they would do an analysis of the election results and take action from that. The President also mentioned wanting to be vocal after that. He has criticised Perkasa and the 76 Malay NGOs speaking up for the protection of Malay rights and interests which have apparently been raised time and again by the opposition. It is hoped that he and his party would not sound like the opposition as a result of that.

DS Najib had been placating the Chinese a lot since he came into power. To the extent that many Malays have felt being sidelined. And Perkasa and the 76 Malay NGOs started asking for attention. Let’s hope that he would take a realistic approach in getting political support so that all parties do not feel sidelined. Non-Malays must not feel so because of the Special Position of the Malays as their leaders have agreed to it when the Malay leaders agreed to citizenship for them at independence.

5 05 2010
good man

It is undeniable that malays are stupid, incapable and lazy. Why don’t they just humbly admit the facts and repent and learn from other races especially Chinese?

What is the point to argue here and wasting time again?

From the first onwards we were merely telling the truths. It wasn’t us who think that way but their own Badawi as well.

All malays should go and read the newspaper, even Badawi is ashamed of maintaining the NEP after 34 years of implementing it and these malay baboons are still asking for it.

Even Badawi wanted them to compete on a level playing field.

So what does all these tell the world? It sends a very clear message that it is malays themselves who are incapable and lazy and they don’t even want to admit it and make a change!

That is the biggest shame of all.

Can’t you see, it is all back to square one. Year in, year out, some talk for half an hour, some one, some two. Some sing, many belt out their most recent released ‘pantun’.

After all. Malays are good at that. Suggestions after suggestions, some good, some impossible to realize.

But, do you see any of these materialised? Hardly. Why, why and why???

Because the malays can never change. Never! Why?

The leaders forgot it or were they simply didn’t want to address and admit that the actual disease is the malays and the remedy itself is also, the malays. They can never change. What is it about the malays?

Firstly as you all know, they are a lazy species. Since the beginning of time they have been like that. Even the encyclopedia called them as lazy people. I think those British with their accent tried to call them ‘malas’, and if you put ‘y’ in, it becomes ‘malays’.

Embracing Islam make them a worse lot. Now they have a license to kill anything that gets into their way.

Malays are ungrateful lot. In reality, they just can’t live or open their minds for others. When Mahathir said that they are complacent, they put him in jail. When Mahathir encouraged them to learn English language, they got angry with him, saying it is a ‘bahasa penjajah’.

When other races ‘maju’, they got angry with them too. That was why at the end of Mahathir his regime, he said this, “I have achieved greatness as a prime minister, but I only fail in one thing, changing the malays.”

Well, nothing to be surprised about anyway since Mahathir is not really a malay, and I guess that was why the malays were angry with him.

Drug abuse, hate, incest, liberal extremism (culture of miniskirts and gay marriages), murder, parochialism, racism, rape, religious fanaticism, snatch theft, spoilt bratty behavior, tribalism, wife abuse, child abuse, all that is associated with the malay race.

To them, malay is the biggest impediment towards building a truly Malaysian nation, and should be chucked into the dustbins of history.

A genetically flawed race cannot be fixed by politically. Nature will take its course and globalization will put them out to pasture.

What have we got now?

Brain drain, economic disparity getting wider, poor education system, racial segregation, widespread corruption, inefficiency and uncompetitive on the government departments and others.

Sad. Sad. Sad. The question asked by many of my fellow Chinese is this – Why can’t you just tell the malay peoples to adopt Chinese culture which is superior?

From research, this peninsular was part of the Siamese empire way before these malays from Indonesia invaded it.

Still so thick skin, don’t want to go back to Indonesia!

5 05 2010
Warta

Does this “good man” bloke deserve a reply, folks? He and the others sounding like him are of the raving lunatic kind.

He must be a damn frustrated SOB. He could not accept the rules, the Constitution, the Social Contract, the history of the country, etc. Vamoos is the word for him and his kind.

7 05 2010
Wan

He is such a lowly and miserable creature who has very poor knowledge of the history of this country. He doesn’t sound to be much educated. He wouldn’t be when he talks through his arse hole.

He might have come across somewhere about the Thais being in Kedah long ago and he referred to it as “research” and assume Thailand ruled Peninsular Malaysia. Dangerous man using that kind of hugely erroneous knowledge to promote his nasty agenda.

He tries to put out his funny notion that all the Malays in Peninsular Malaysia came from Indonesia. He is ignorant of the fact that the Malays have existed as the Rumpun Melayu for 6,000 years, originating in the Malay Archipelago. As a seafaring nation, they had spread as far as Madagascar, South Africa, The Christmas Island, the Polynesian islands, Australia, New Zealand, Haiwaii, Taiwan, Vietnam and Cambodia. That the Orang Asli of Peninsular Malaysia and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak are all part of the Rumpun Melayu, just as the Indonesians and the Filipinos (who call themselves Malays) are. And that travel within this region has been a normal activity since time immemorial.

Of course this chap needs to be told that the Orang Asli have been referred to as Proto Malays and the others Deutero Malays. And that the terms Austronesians, Malayo-Polynesians, Proto and Deutero Malays all refer to the same Rumpun Melayu.

He may still stick to his Wikipedia or some toilet paper notes “research” but this is for the information of other readers who may not be familiar with the subject. An earlier post in this blog has comments telling about the scientific research done by scores of Professors and experts in linguistics, anthropology, archaeology etc since the 19th Century. They are explained in the book, “The Malay Civilisation”, published by The Historical Society of Malaysia.

6 05 2010
SSS Admin

Only one standard reply needs be written for this group of wayward comments so that readers will know what kind of fellow the writer is. That reply is copy-pasted as replies to 1-2 of the comments and below it additional points may be added to debunk the wild accusations and warped, demented thinking he expresses.

The writer breeds hatred for the Malays which is likely to have stemmed from

1. non-acceptance of the Constitution of the country, Malaysia, which stipulates under Article 153 the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak. That Special Position was agreed to by non-Malay leaders when Malay leaders agreed to citizenship for the non-Malays at independence or Merdeka. It was in exchange or the quid pro quo for citizenship for the non-Malays who were stateless all those years under British rule. It became to be known as the Social Contract which fellows like the writer do not recognise, honour or accept.

2. non-recognition of the history of the country, particularly the part concerning the fight for independence of the country and the circumstances that led to the Social Contract. This small group of ingratiates wish the history of the country to begin from the day their forefathers got citizenship, or from the day they were born and became citizens, and want all history before that be erased. Indeed, a few of them wish, and 1-2 tried, to re-write the history of the country in the ever-changing and continuously edited Wikipedia. They even state that the communist terrorists of the Communist Party of Malaya were nationalists, disregarding completely the fact that their leader Chin Peng went to communist China a few times, received instructions and supplies from them, wanted to make this country a puppet of the then communist China, wanting to overthrow the democratically elected Government of this country by force even when the British colonialists have left after independence.

3. They might not have existed during the racial riots of 13 May 1969 and could not care less about the prospect of them happening again and are not bothered about the underlying reasons for the outbreak of the riots – the vast disparity in the economic and educational situation of the majority Malays compared to the 23% Chinese who control the economy of the country until now. They opposed the New Economic policy implemented after the riots in 1970 – designed to increase the 2% wealth owned by the Malays and the less than 5% posts they had in the various professions in the country. They try to question Article 153 of the Constitution that gives the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak a Special Position and need to be assisted, like even the Chinese in Mainland China were assisted by by the Manchu rulers (foreigners who conquered and ruled China for a few hundred years until the early 20th Century – Manchuria became a part of China only after World War II). The Manchu rulers allocated 25% of the civil service posts to the “disadvantaged” and less educated southern Chinese, from whom most Malaysian Chinese are descended. Almost the same quota system is adopted in Malaysia under the NEP to assist the disadvantaged Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak, that this unreasonable kind of fellows resent.

4. The kind of upbringing and education that may be traceable to Chinese schools that somehow the politicians have allowed to exist, irrespective of Article 152 of the Constitution which stipulates that Bahasa Malaysia is the National Language of the country. Chinese schools do not use Bahasa Malaysia as the medium of instruction, clearly violating the said Constitutional provision. Promoters, parents and pupils self alienate themselves from the mainstream of society, developing values peculiar to themselves, that even progressive businessmen Chinese differ from, because they know that in order for their businesses to grow, they must avoid racial disturbances that led to emergency rule and the suspension of Parliament, curfews and control of people’s movement, the military patrolling the streets armed with rifles, boycotting of shop premises and the like. They know that while the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak now do not have much wealth (18% corporate wealth at the last official count), they form 70% of the polpulation and constitute a sizeable proportion of the internal market for them. It’s only these rowdy non-business people, employed in one non-corporate capacity or other, having a demented perspective of the ways things are run in this country, selfish and greedy to unimagineable limits, frustrated with the situation at work and at home that make the kind of unwarranted noise like this writer does. He may or may not have absconded the country; they say and claim all sorts as can be seen from the kind of nonsense this kind write in blogosphere.

This comment will be updated in due course. [Updated by way of additional points in reply to 1-2 of the other comments].

7 05 2010
Aku

You are a really bad man, Mr “good man”. Saying the Malays are stupid, incapable and lazy shows you have been badly brought up. No decorum and kurang ajar. You are inciteful and seditious, too. You should be dragged to the Police Station and charged under the Sedition Act.

You should be informed that the Police department concerned and the Multimedia Corporation are watching you and people like you who cause racial animosity and inter-racial ill feelings. They can trace you like the fellows who defaced the website of HRH Sultan Perak were traced, brought to court and punished some time ago.

Your second sentence shows you are arrogant, undemocratic, dictatorial, and communistic. You can say all sorts of uncouth things about others, then say “What is the point to argue here and wasting time again”. What demented and warped thinking you have.

You said, “even Badawi is ashamed of maintaining the NEP”. You did not mention the fact that that was one of the reasons the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak voted him down in the 2008 elections which were disastrous to him and led to his downfall. They are the ones who need affirmative action because of being left far behind the Chinese economically and educationally by the 80 years of British colonial policy.

Where got “level playing field”, you stupid moron. The Malays have only 18% corporate wealth (and not counting other forms of wealth) and, for example, hardly 30% registered and certified accountants when they are the majority in the country.

Then you got petty. You even criticised the way Malays speak on TV, etc. You have a small boy’s mind, haven’t you.

Then you keep repeating the Malays are lazy. Maybe because you read somewhere one of the British colonial officers making such an uncalled for remark. But you should have read the description of the Malays written by Sir Frank Swettenham, who lived here a total of 30 years beginning in the service of the Straits Settlements and rising to be the Governor General of British Malaya until 1902. He spoke about the Malays being pleasant and good natured but “mengamok” under certain circumstances.

The word amok even became used in the English language and exists in the Oxford English dictionary until today. He knew that in 1875 Dato Sagor and his men speared the first British Resident JWW Birch to death along the banks of the Perak River in Pasir Salak. Birch was going round trying to impose British colonial rule, opposed by the Malays in Perak, like the Malays did in Sungai Ujong etc (later known as Negeri Sembilan).

Yet the Chinese in Larut with their secret societies, thugs and gangsters who fought and killed one another, did not raise a finger to help the Malays, who lost lives and some later banished to Sychelles, fighting the British colonialists.

The Chinese benefitted from the English schools built in the towns, all sorts of facilities given by the British to do business – gaming lisences and lisences to do mining and trading rubber, etc. On the other hand, the British did not help or encourage the Malays to do business, wanting them to continue being rice farmers and fishermen. They even refused to build English schools as requested by the kampong Malays in Krian and Klang at one time. You are one hell of a bloke saying the Malays are stupid, incapable and lazy. You racist SOB.

Then you got personal with Tun Dr Mahathir. You sneer his racial origin. Then you said, “When Mahathir said that they are complacent, they put him in jail”. You don’t even know that TDM never went to jail. What an ignorant, irresponsible and bigoted bugger you are.

The Malays in this blog are still pleasant and fair. They publish your comments even when you said, “malay is the biggest impediment towards building a truly Malaysian nation, and should be chucked into the dustbins of history.” People like you have precipitated the racial riots of 1969. The majority of non-Malays are decent and law abiding citizens and are always welcome in this country. Those in business are aware of the need for peace and stability. Racial disturbance will bring about a disruption of business activities – Parliament suspended, movement restricted by curfews, the military patrolling the streets, shopping reduced to the minimum, like after the riots of 1969. Your kind are the frustrated and unsuccessful lot, not even in the corporate ladder (you can never become a corporate man with your kind of narrow mindedness and unreasonable views), and chauvinistic, half-baked, anarchistic, even subversive politicians, their running dogs and goons.

I’m glad that others have come out condemning you and the likes of you here. We must avoid another May 13, 1969. I agree with the others saying people like you should scram so that there would be continued peace and harmony in this country.

5 05 2010
vesewe

Got NEP, you complain! Abolish NEP, you make noise!

Become Ali Baba, you lament! Ask you to work hard, you don’t want!

And you keep on blaming other communities for everything!

“Pathetic” is the word my malay friends!

6 05 2010
Semerah Padi

To generalised Malays in one and only group is quite “sewel” in the thinking. There are Malays who are FOR and AGAINST NEP, similarly, the working hard and the not working hard.

But other than Malays, there are also the diverse groups of multi races who are FOR and AGAINST NEP. Some of them work hard and some are just plain lazy.

But you turned all these into just “MALAYS”.

“SEWEL” is the word and you do not possess any quality of a friend.

“DI MANA BUMI DIPIJAK, DI SITU LANGIT DIJUNJUNG”

5 05 2010
ruyom

No surprising with such emotion running high: More to emigrate. This is brain drain. Bolehland has no vision for its all people except for the Umno malays.

Who not afraid of the keris waving politician? Even my malay classmate emigrated to New Zealand recently, sick of the polemics and the politicising of religion here, good thing got money shall travel, no money no talk.

Should have left 10 years ago when I saw that we have no equal opportunities. But I hesitated and said there will be a change when Badawi takes over. Well! Guess that was not the case. It got worse and the future of Malaysia is bleak!

Pack my back and left the place to look for better opportunities and fight on merits. I am better off in Australia than the “dark hole” of Malaysia. At least you get respected for your recognition and skill. In Malaysia, how good you are is always a second class citizen. No promotion for us but their own kind.

NEP to malays is like drug to drug addicts. Once they started to taste it, they will never let go till they die. Tough they all know very well NEP is just like drug, not good for them in the long run, but they can’t resist the short term temptation and fall deeper and deeper into the abyss of NEP.

Since now, the NEP had become Never Ending Policy, the little hope of getting out of the NEP drug will dismiss and leading to the destruction of the malays. By then maybe all the able non-malays had already emigrated to greener pasture in overseas. I forecast 2020 year is the doom day. Thanks to selfish Umno malays.

We are at our own liberty not to live in this controversial country. The government does not discourage us to leave this country. For Chinese and Indians, Malaysia perhaps is not a good place to stay because your mother countries too with China and India are now thriving. Just leave malays to manage their own country. Let Malaysia ruin with the malays.

The Chinese culture is compatible to other cultures in the world. The Chinese will have no problem adapt to other cultures in the world. There are many China Towns in overseas countries. So the Malaysian Chinese will feel at home wherever they go.

Real sick and tired of all these Umno babiputras, the sob in Malaysia Umno babiputras!

Yes, the only realistic proposition is encourage all Chinese to emigrate to Singapore and leave Malaysia for the malays. Trouble is Singapore is so small, its land mass will not allow a huge population to live in the island.

So next choice for the Chinese to emigrate is to Australia and New Zealand. The exodus has begun. Those who can afford now have started to go. The signs are already there.

There is no future in this country anymore. In a few years time this country will be in ruins when the oil money runs dry. FDI has already dry up and gone to other countries like Thailand and Vietnam. Foreign factories have closed shop migrated to China and India.

Chinese planning to emigrate should also consider option to return to China. Some of my friends went to invest there and within a few years become millionaires. There are much more opportunities and being Chinese there shouldn’t be any problem.

By my own experience I can tell you that it is great being a new citizen in Singapore. You are judged by what you can contribute and not by some NEP policies.

The education in Singapore is also about the best in the world. Yes, even the educators from the native English-speaking countries adopt how mathematics and science are taught here.

Best of all, every time you cross the causeway to visit Malaysia you are rewarded by at least 2 or 3 times in your spending capability.

Oops……….now that this is happening, in the next 5 – 10 years, Malaysia will end up looking like the Philippines, where their main export is maids. Lack of income from tax, will see economy melt down. Skilled professionals all fled from the country.

Yet and having lived overseas, I have a nice bird’s eye view of how Malaysia is heading towards the sewers.

Malaysia has spent the last 3 decades focusing on physical infrastructure without developing the human capital. Never mind the restrictions and stifling of independent minds – let us not even go there yet.

Let us start with basic education and providing of higher education opportunities for the best and brightest. We have cultivated at least 2 generations of dumbass.

Too many unqualified malays have been force fed into colleges and universities and the end result is you have the same bunch of witless village idiots, except now they are holding a piece of paper they don’t know what to do with. A minority is absorbed back into the tertiary education system……….no prizes for guessing what that has caused over the last 30 years.

For the majority remaining, real world corporations wouldn’t even hire them if they offered to work for free. So you have a bunch of jobless numbskulls who think they are too good for the common labor jobs, which they would have ended up in anyways given their aptitude and qualification, and desire a pen-pushing corporate position (if they could push that pen to string one coherent sentence in English, that would be another thing).

So we bring in all sorts of foreign labors to do our work for us, and we have a youth bulge of unemployable (and grossly unqualified) graduates walking around with a sense of entitlement.

Sounds familiar? It should. This is what is happening in the Middle East.

This trend towards greater Islamic extremism is also no coincidence. It is merely the natural path of development that a failed society embarks upon.

The malays have failed. Plain and simple. Their policies stink, they have screwed themselves more than they have others, in fact. The only reason the shit hasn’t hit the fan sooner is because, like their desert co-religionists, they have petroleum propping them up.

That will go soon……….not totally, but it won’t be at the present rate it props the country up. And it is closer than you think.

Those who can should emigrate and get the hell out – and that includes our malay brothers and sisters who have the means to. When the dust settles, no amount of cyber cities, longest bridges and tallest buildings, are going to save you from the disaster of a fourth world country that is being developed.

I am one of the cows applying for migration. How do I feel? I feel that the world is my home. If I am not treated well here, I will go to another country.

It is not about fighting for the country or fighting for the world. I am fighting for a better life and that is what everyone craves for.

Anyway why limit ourselves to one country when we can explore to other places. We only leave once, make the best out of it.

Well, the most popular countries to emigrate are Australia, New Zealand and USA. For those who wanted to emigrate to any of these countries and not prepare to pay the extra migration agent fees should consider apply themselves, it is not difficult as long as you meet the respective country criteria.

I know because I am a migrant myself and I helped my friends to emigrate to all those countries in the past 3 years.

5 05 2010
Gunther

Are you migration agent yourself, making money to get others migrate?

But you don’t have to run down the country and its people just because you want to make money.

6 05 2010
SSS Admin

Our reply to “cool man” above also applies to this and the other comments in this group of Malay-hating, incorrigibly selfish, greedy, endlessly demanding and inconsiderate Malaysians or ex-Malaysians. If the chap is not Malaysian, he possibly belongs to a subversive lot out to create unrest, anxiety, alarm and despondency with the hope of weakening this country, perpetrated, controlled and manipulated by foreign elements wanting to sabotage the progress of a reasonably progressive country in this region.

We agree with the opinion that he has no clue about what economics is all about. Mexico, Argentina and several countries in Africa were said to be “on the verge of collapse” but continue to exist to this day. We also support the opinion that there is no such thing as a “superior culture”, that civilisations rose and fell throughout history and that Chinese history is full of ups and down and that communist China was treated by the West like an international pariah until only a decade or so ago. Of course this fellow refuses to acknowledge the scores of Professors, experts in linguistics, anthropology, archeology etc who have written about the 6,000 year old Malay civilisation and quoted in the book by that name published by The Historical Society of Malaysia. Nobody speaks about a superior Malay culture or not respecting the Chinese in Malaysia but people talk about all citizens must respect the Constitution of the country which includes Article 152 on Bahasa Malaysia and Article 153 on the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak which was in exchange for citizenship for the non-Malays.

This writer wants equality without accepting the fact that freedom, equality etc are not limitless. No one can carry guns in US without registering them. The Blacks, Hispanics and Asians who are equal in citizenship status as the Whites there do not get the same treatment as the Whites do. During Typhoon Katrina, the Blacks were not given the assistance they deserved because they were Blacks, the Hispanics and Asians get roughed up and automatically become “the usual suspects” in many crimes as and when they happen, and President Obama risked his political future by getting the Health Care Bill passed by Congress because the Blacks are the majority poor in the US but did not have health insurance in a system where medical treatment is extremely expensive.

In Malaysia equality has to take into account of Article 153 of the Constitution which has been passed by a duly constituted Parliament comprising democratically elected representatives of practically all the communities that make up Malaya, and later, at the formation of Malaysia.

This anti-national group of people is indeed a tiny minority of the Malaysian population, trying to corrupt and subvert the minds of the average citizens. We need to keep on disabusing their ill-intended propaganda in the interest of peace and unity in the country. We are aware they are the hit-and-run type and may not be visiting this site again after pouring their venom once in a while. But we wish to place on record the counter-arguments here. Any attempt to argue in detail and furnish data would not be productive as these people are hardcore in their thinking and are beyond redemption as far as their hatred for mainstream society and loyalty to Malaysia is concerned.

6 05 2010
Kenn

Ruyom,

“I know because I am a migrant myself and I helped my friends to emigrate to all those countries in the past 3 years.

From the above comment of yours, I took it you have migrated?

Your body is no longer in this beloved land, but your mind still is? Still cannot forget this beloved land? I thought, if you hate this land so much, there should not be anymore trace of you here in this land, be it mind, heart or soul.

The Malays say “Tanah Tumpah Lagi Di Kenang”…. but anyway, I dont think this land is not your “Tanah Tumpah”. The way you behave, it is more like “Tanah Tumpang”. Your “Tanah Tumpah” maybe somewhere in mainland China or India and now you seem to forever “Menumpang di Tanah Orang”.

What is done is done. Now be a true citizen of your new country. Blend with the countrymen, the locals. Be respectful, loyal and good citizen of your new founded land. Do not repeat your old mistakes. This is an honest advice.

7 05 2010
Ehsan

ruyom

You and your type will never changed. Everywhere you went you keep to yourself, have “China town”. Inside got secret socities, thugs and gangsters. In there when crime came, you follow the three monkeys – no see, no hear, no talk. Dont mix with other people. Not even with people who first stay in that country. Dont want to think liked other people. Want to followed your own way. Dont care about other people. You should find another planet and stayed there la.

Australia also dont like selfish people like you. Go to Melbourne and find out. Also England like Leeds and Manchester. I don’t know Canada. I read that America San Fancisco also sent back many Chinese railway workers and gold diggers a long time ago. Why don’t you ruyom bring migrants go America and claim that you own it because your people built American railway and digging gold there. Tell Obama you want this, that, that and that.

5 05 2010
the real good man

Yo Good Man! Why u keep on repeating the same foul rants u have been doing for the past 4 yrs?

No more ideas is it?

What a bigoted person u r!

Since u cannot tolerate the malays here, can’t stand to be near them, then get lost!

Malaysia do not need a racist anti malay monkey like u here.

5 05 2010
Aysay

I say, old boy, you lost your way into here, didn’t you? Or you pining to return to Malaysia after finding out you aren’t free to talk there the way you used to do in Malaysia? Poor chap.

Did you find that Big Brother is always on the wall in Singapore? Or in the office or in the factory where you might be grumpy with frustration and bursting with emotions becuse you cannot criticise Singapore Government or even your company policies. Or you pretended you didn’t read the news about the new Singapore law that entitles the Police to accost you and 1-2 other fellows walking in the park? In the name of illegal assembly. In the name of protection of the populace.

Others would say serve you right. Melayu would say padan muka. Doesn’t matter if you can still speak Malay or not. The Malays don’t want you around anyway. They don’t mind the mainstream Chinese. But not your kind. They say good riddance. Malaysia doesn’t lose anything by the likes of you absconding.

You had nothing to give in the first place. You only want, want, want, never give. Those in business are at least prudent in what they say because they want stability and no racial disturbance for their business to grow. You got citizenship and forgot your forefathers have agreed to Malays having Special Position in exchange for that.

You want Malaysian history to begin only from the day of independence, never mind history before that. You selfish, arrogant and miserable fellow. Make sure you don’t use Malaysian passport any more. If you really have Singapore citizenship I think the city state doesn’t allow dual citizenship. I agree with the comment to you before me – get lost.

1 12 2010
JasonrfRider

Hello. And Bye.

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