It’s the time to throw them out from the government.

Hishammuddin's act of waving the keris (tradit...

Hishammuddin’s act of waving the keris (traditional Javanese dagger) at the UMNO Annual General Meeting in 2005 drew applause from the UMNO delegates. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

You should know what is right and what is wrong in any decision.

Or, don’t be afraid to decide an important decision if it is right, even when you don’t know what will be the outcome from the decision.

What is a right decision now?

Throw out all Chinese from the government or BN parties.

But then BN or UMNO is afraid of making that decision because all are softy decision makers or “poyo“.

We are afraid of the consequences? What are its consequences?

All Malays will be back to UMNO including from PAS members.

Is that good or bad decision?.

The existing coalition in the BN destroys the Malay‘s power, and turns them over to the Chinese becoming arrogant with policies that promote Chinese into being the victor in all towns.

We have to stop that and to stop this, we must not accept a single Chinese lawmaker in the government, or the government services.

Enough was enough.

Now is the time for us to act.

When you made decision to build low-cost houses for Malay in a town, the Chinese objected.

When you made a policy to allow 70% home ownership to Malays and 30% Chinese, the Chinese objected.

Whereas, this country comprises of nearly 70% Bumiputera and Malays.

So then, the Chinese are the bastard who opposed all policies BN is trying to get on. And the shit is they are in the government.

And when the people at large asked you, BN lawmakers, why was the racial composition in the town did not represent the demography of the country which was the majority Bumiputera and Malays?

You guys cannot answer that.

“We are doing everything that is possible to balance the social imbalance. We are in a poor country, wait until we become a rich nation.

Poor, rich, but you guys can buy submarines and jet fighters and the lots. Oh yes, for the country.

To make good this social imbalance in all towns and cities too is for the country. It makes no difference on what policy you have spend the money for. It is still for the good of the country.

And we had been for 50 odd years? With you.

We have 7 years, Only 7 odd years. Past fifty years, what have you guys done. I mean with regards to the above social imbalance.

Then you guys said, Melayu mudah lupa.

Kepala korak mu, Melayu mudah lupa.

Kamu orang lah yang mudah lupa, betul tak?

Cepat bertindak lah.

If all Chinese back DAP in the next general election, we  will still be the ruling party. That was proven. How much proof do you guys need? So what are you guys afraid of?.

Oh, come on lah bro. Don’t pakat pakat with the Chinese to destroy us lah.


Are we on the right track?

Be a sport. Answer me frankly. Are you happy with your life living in this country?.

My honest answer is this: NO.

Why am I having such an ungrateful answer?. Well, it depends on what I want, you know.

Perhaps you guys want to live in a place where there isn’t anyone else except you and your big noses and dark brown-skinned fellows who many of them are watchdogs. Or in a place full of color where none is bothering you.

Or you can call the town in your area is your own. A kind of ashamed showing a photograph to your former classmates when a Kuala Lumpur’s photo resembles that of China Town in the West End. And proudly say that I am from this country Malaysia, oh well, when your face doesn’t have similarity with the people who walked the streets in the background. I would have to show my photographs taken over the hills but then they are different as if I were a Taleban in a thick forest.

Ok, where do I make my stand which I can use to say I am from Malaysia, when photographs of towns and cities of this country show a different picture. They were all Chinese. It isn’t just for people like me to face this stupid policy that makes Chinese the king in towns and cities.

So I say, better say at the first meeting with friends in my old college that I am from Kelantan. They will definitely remember how Kota Bharu looks like during their visits, and I perfectly blend with the people in all photographs.

Hey, I think many of you now realize that too. And would be ashamed how this trend is taking place in this country. It is a kind of dangerous to sustain that kind of situation. I believe the government of the day is either careless or being dragged by a heinous partner.

I think it was an expensive lesson and we must remind new lawmakers to never do that again. And start redoing the whole thing so that people like me, those guys who have granted full trust to elected assemblymen, be a bit happier.

UMNO boosting its protecting the Malay

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Pasir Puteh.

This township is situated within the province of Kelantan, a Pas’s territory.

Almost 90% shops are occupied by Malay‘s consumer good distributors. It is almost the reverse in the west coast towns where Chinese are monopolizing the ownership of commercial domains.

We know UMNO always say it helps Malay!. BUT in the west coast towns, UMNO is seen helping the Chinese by monopolizing the commercial areas moment the towns or town extensions are built, which is then means it is more in helping the Chinese than helping the Malays.

The thing is that UMNO is condemned by the Chinese, that it is a racist party. What form of racism then when it helps develop the Chinese be  the master in consumer good distribution more than the same thing towards the Malays?.

Distribution is a lousy job because you only have to distribute people’s products to your community. That’s how it is. You don’t need to be a nuclear scientist to become a distributor of consumer good but that is it, the Chinese make it so difficult for Malays to set up it around our area. Definitely the Chinese have manipulated the market for their interest in monopolizing the commercial areas in the new towns.

PAS has done a better job in this aspect of politicking, despite what’s UMNO has said about this party. It has acquired the skills required in Malay to become distributors in their hometown and rejecting Chinese chauvinists out.

UMNO, you need to learn more from PAS. Don’t underestimate this party.

PS| A shop owned by a Malay in Pasir Puteh known as Asal Bukan China Dap : ABCD. The Malays in Kelantan know better than other Malays in UMNO.

Hey, there will be a pot of gold at our rainbow’s ETP program, so Malays support us please!

Old folk stories are mimicking with a story that you will end up with a pot of gold if you chase a rainbow.

When you were small kids you’d believe it, and always with the hope to find one and struck rich.

That is basically ETP. You know, the economic transformation programme.

When you’re talking about transforming the economy, you couldn’t transform a vacuum space known as the economy. You need to transform the doer in the space of the world economy, you then realise that ETP is a machine to transform Chinese the main doers of the verb in economy.

That was why the Chinese had rejected BN in total, they knew without BN or with BN, for the country to achieve a developed state as in the master plan, the main BN election propaganda, would work either way, without or with BN. Without BN and with DAP ETP would transform Chinese to be the controlling group on the economy. In other words, the Malay government needs the Chinese for the country to become a rich and developed state.

The work of BN’s lawmakers in creating a static policy achieving a high income society by 7 years time was hijacked by DAP through lies and deception, as if MCA as a secret agent in the government laying down an infrastructure for the Chinese to take over the running of the country through DAP, after successfully planted the most successful plan to convert rich Chinese to a super rich group.

That was why Najib was so persistent in grabbing the shoulders of the Chinese during the last election, for without them Najib won’t be remembered as a leader of change. Whereas without Najib or with Najib ETP is seems as a normal transformation of change needed for a country to achieve a developed status, i.e. transform the doer of the economy, and who would you think would be the doer?.

Now if you say what would happen to another group of people namely the people who voted BN last election, Malays. I would say they were promised a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow line, i.e. you know a great of hope for them becoming rich when the country is wholly developed.

By that time they would say “oh my country is now a developed state, oh my, great, where is my pot of gold, Najib?. Is that all the promised gold you had given us in BR1M Sir?. What about our land you had taken Sir. Where would my grandchildren live next, Sir?.”

Betterment levy and infringement should be taxed on land owners in City Centre

English: Rows of shop in Petaling Street

English: Rows of shop in Petaling Street (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When government spent on road and infrastructure within the town centre, the land value would increase tremendously thus indirectly land owners, who are mostly Chinese, should be taxed with betterment levy.

The benefits from the increase in land value are wiped out by the owners when they sell development units at high value, which for some properties, ballooning to million of Ringgit. The government is losing on two folds, one, the burden of infrastructure cost is spread over to all rakyat, including people in the campaign who do not know nut the Chinese have made money from the government’s work, thus unfairly causing hardship to comparing people at large. Two, the town population is laughing with tons of money for the help of the government but they had voted the opposition party, DAP.

In cases where property falls in value due to the government or the local authority’s bad policy, the landowners on the other hand should be compensated due to the likely lost in the capital value of the bad policy or the infringement to their land.

For example, land owners around Jonker Street or Petaling Street could ask compensation from the state government or the federal government for infringement on the land as the result of road closure. By closing the road, the landowners would lose in drop of land value.

In the case of the federal government the issuance by Tourism Minister to close the Jonker walk from traffic use could be linked as the federal government’s order which would result some 500 or 1,000 land owners losing the capital value of their land due to the infringement on the land owned as the result of the road closure.

The landowners of the surrounding properties around Jonker Street and Petaling Street can sue the government or the Tourism Minister both under land laws and under tort for compensation of losses in their land value and capital value, if we include the infringement compensation.

Both betterment and infringement levies may be useful to reduce property price in the city centre, and is a potential avenue to increase government’s revenue.

After all, the Chinese should now pay for the cost of the government projects that benefit their land in the city centre.

It’s time the government blows back the capital expenditure on infrastructure that beautifies the Chinese and their family homes and businesses in the city by taxing them on the betterment levy. The kampung folks do not directly enjoy the beautification projects and good infrastructure in the city centre, except for a social visit. Thus this burden of cost should always be on the Chinese.

Thus far the opposition is always like to champion the fairness in the society. And this is fairness. As far as I am concerned.

Jonker Street and the Chinese hegemony in counterfeit selling

Malacca.

Jonker Street is to be shut down mainly to ease of traffic circulation within the inner city area.

Furthermore, the attraction within the area for the past 13 years was seen as a place for selling counterfeits, art and alike, and precisely it was the place to cheat foreigners and visitors.

The government’s decision to close it down is commendable.

The protestors, or precisely the financiers of the traders, were Chinese chauvinist who was forcing drivers into difficulty having to face traffic jams whilst they made million by cheating foreigners and tourists for years.

Who we?. Of crime and roberies

Sickening. Living in towns and cities which are represented by DAP party. Even their writer condemns crime, and joyfully said they cannot even eat in peace. But who are they to say just that when they contribute to the success of a party which doesn’t care about crime in real-time, in fact we may have a second thought of the party, for the reason that the crime ALWAYS is highlighted happening in the areas they were the winners in the last general election.

No usual reported crime in rural areas. No such thing as robberies in kampung. These criminal activities are rampant in towns and cities where Chinese were around.

So, when someone writes “We Malaysian sick of crime” the true statement should be “WE Chinese sick of crime”, that’s more like it. Don’t involve Malaysian with the crime you invented.

Serve you right, its time for the Chinese to do community job to teach Chinese how to eat peacefully and go to toilet in joy when the mother nature calls.

You the Chinese eat in expensive restaurants, when some of us cannot even afford proper housing. You the Chinese flash the expensive cars, stash bundle of cash in arrogant, and speak Chinese language as if you were rich foreigners, and intimidating the poor in our society to commit crime.

Serve you right, its time though that your representatives such as Lim Kit Siang and Hannah Yeo do the work as MP or Adun as crime buster. The police in this country has lot more work to do. Black 505 and street demonstrations and all the rubbish you guys created too are crime prone activities.

Don’t finger-pointing at the society at large for the crime that happens from your own selfishness and arrogant.

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Shops are for the Chinese, so you expect us to give to you richness by buying good and services from you ONLY?.

A story of you and me

Let hear it. You want to listen. Then listen. As the morning reaches the end of its twilight night, and the grey light reaches the horizon as the sun sets to wake up, you and me, open the eyes from the sound of Allahuabkar which would then awake your sleepy mind.

Some of you, I would say, would be on prayer mats, and some of you would be watching the time before leaving home in hurry sending kids to schools, and some of you counting the money that was a leftover from yesterday’s expense. We are all in a class of our own. Neither rich nor poor, the kind of class which Sakmongkol said the earning below RM1,500 per month, or more than RM700 a month. And, we are the majority, he said. That statistics count to almost 7.5 million.  The other 10 million, the number that totaled 17.5 million, is another, a lower class than us. Presumably, earning lesser than RM700 a month.

Now our government is saying we are going to the road of richness. Oh yes. I believe that. The house prices gone weary, and my kids would have had to borrow a million or so, for a common two storey home, should he like to stay near me. Or buy a car worth another million, or slightly less. The road to richness is already spawned with richness by itself, but we are not.

I am not sure, aren’t you?. That all of us the middle class would enjoy our road to richness. The government said many times that we were supposed to be blessed because of their leadership. And that we must be obedience.

I suppose the road to richness is only available to some but not all. The kind of persons like Khir Toyo, or Zin Badak, or perhaps, person like Nasir Razak. And of course to all Tans, Chongs, and Lees.

The kongsi raya or kongsi kuasa would certainly help MCA to the road of richness. Billion here and billion there, for them to grab. And Idris Raya, the one who kongsi ideas, too, could drive the road to richness.

Perhaps, it was something wrong in the system,  we are all in and thought it was good. UMNO turns Tans, Chongs and Lees into millionaires overnight, and person like Khir Toyo afforded a RM3.5 million home that was valued RM7 million by some one else. And that the million dollars in the hand of the Chinese would send someone kids with Ferrari and Porsche to schools.

The economy turns sour after PRU13, if you would want to know. And the Chinese, Tans, Chongs and Lees gingering, tails over the heads, whispering the joy they had been spawned by DAP. But they have no money to spend. With a lesser power in kongsi kuasa, and of course no returning job on a wrong bet.

Car repair shops, with lesser clients. And more. The Chinese listened to happiness of joy from a  wrong bet. A short distance of time, of joy. Shops close early, and yet expenses keep at constant rates. Soon, most will close shop. The Chinese.

We the middle class, would listen to Allahuabakar every morning. And wake up. Either on prayer mats, or walking into the cleansing time. And walk to bus stand and LRT to office. The pay is still the same. But we are heading to the road of richness. The government said.

Malay must know to be great by himself

Value (personal and cultural)

Value (personal and cultural) (Photo credit: Helgi Halldórsson/Freddi)

Be great is damn simple. Don’t follow old values. For example if the Chinese don’t like you, then simply you must hate them hundred times more. If they cheat on you once, you have to cheat on them hundred times more. That’s life.

This is a proactive value that all of us must follow. God permits that, I think.

Our old values aren’t worth following. Okay.

If you can’t afford buying a house, don’t buy, find an alternative, rent it first.

Don’t follow our values which aren’t practical anymore. If you can’t afford a car, then, don’t grumble a lot go and find alternative transport such as public transport.

In life, it is easy to have everything under one roof, if you are born rich. But many of us aren’t rich. For a start, be happy if you have a scholarship. No one would give you just that. Use the resources well and pass your exams and become professionally qualified.

Some of our values derived from Islam, but then, some of the values have evolved through time. For instance, very common you see guys at restaurants have to flip through their pockets to give money to strangers who come for donations. You don’t have to do that. We have a system where a donation is to be made. Zakat and other approved institutions are able to do that for you more efficiently. If someone says that you need to give donations to anyone who comes and requests help from you, you must not use this kind of value anymore and start thinking of you first. And that person who comes to you must also learn where to ask for donations. Even God asks us to do certain things before we do ask Him for help.

Our values must change. We shouldn’t follow blindly old traditions which don’t support our new lifestyle.

Similarly, respect the elders sounds good, but when they don’t add value to the traditions such as cheating, prone to ‘rasuah’, then the tradition with us to respect elders ends there. We must expose such a character and let the laws take their cause. We must not submit to this kind of tradition into our values anymore.

So we have people like Nazir Razak who is of the view that Azran’s brouhaha with Utusan and Perkasawere not the main cause of concern, but his leadership style that was the reason for good stewardship of Air Asia for us to see and appreciate and add to our new value.

Okay, that is it. Our value should therefore appreciate that kind of development, and if he by any chance mismanaged CIMB for whatever reasons, using new value we should hammer him from top to bottom every day. We don’t have to rationalize any other reason if he fails to do his duty well. We don’t care if he or she were the elites the sons of someone or relatives to whoever in the government. So, we are also absolutely responsible for what we do and do the job perfectly.

So the old value to respect elders now must end if he or she doesn’t submit to quality work for the organisation or the nation.

We are loyal to the country and whoever do likewise, be they a Malay or other races, we should hammer them from top to bottom. Whoever, being politicians or the elites. Don’t care, we are the same in the eyes of God.

You guys would expect that from this blog posting next. No more respect the elders who are liars.

The blokes who robbed a Chinese Gold shop are Malays from Kg Gabus, Pasir Mas

Chinese Gold Shops in Kelantan aren’t many, but on the other hand, Malay Gold shops are a lot, in fact there are sited in every corner of the streets.

These two robbers, one a local Malay bloke from Kg Gabus, Tok Uban, had intentionally chosen to rob Kedai Emas Wing On, instead of robbing many other Malay shops along the same street. I don’t know whether he was a kind of racist or not, you know by robbing a Chinese shop. People tend to equate that too.

It puzzled me, didn’t you feel the same?. Well, no one would certainly know what a robber had in mind. The main thing they, the robbers wanted, always, is to run away with other peoples’ property. That is the robber’s job.

In the above case the suspect was shot dead by the police. And because he was a Malay, and was robbing a Chinese shop, well there wasn’t anybody who could come up giving grievances to him. After all he was a robber. Who cares.

Me, I would say, al fathihah to him. He was very brave to rob a Chinese shop, and got a death penalty on the spot, and was very kind not to rob Malay shops found everywhere in all the corners of the streets in KB.

Robbing may not be a good job, in fact it’s a criminal act. But, you know, there are robbers in every street of KL, in the shopping malls, in China Town, stealing money from you by selling counterfeit; telephones, hand phones, hand phone covers, computers with illegal software, counterfeit cigarettes, medicines, selling underage girls, drugs, cheating into buying illegal gadgets or many more things smuggled into the country, and these works of robbing two needs policing as well. These “robbers” robbed you by billion of dollars every year, you know. They get away with billion of dollars on this job and own large chunk of land properties in every state.

They are not being shot dead, these illegal sellers. They should have faced the same consequences.

Malay or Chinese. Or any nationals.

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Hello:

Go and tell your God. Nik Aziz didn’t give you a permanent job. And you need to support your lifestyle by robbing a Chinese shop. If I were you, I would also tell Him that you had no choice but to rob a Chinese shop. If you have succeeded in robbing the shop, you would perhaps have some money to pay for your mother’s medicine, or buy food for your kids. Or perhaps buy you a motorcycle so that you could travel to find a suitable job. Or tell him, it’s your intention to tell people like us, it was okay if you need money to buy food for your family, because nobody cares about you. Not even God. Ask HIM for forgiveness, mercy and all that stuff to make you an acceptable subject of the God. I am sure he would forgive you. I don’t know, next time if you would live again, if that is you believe, don’t become a robber. Be a nice man, cheating by selling counterfeit instead. You won’t die again. I am very sure of that, here in this country. You would be a rich man, like many Chinese in the towns.

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PS: Malays have been discriminated by the Chinese for jobs, and the state government has no hope in giving a brilliant idea on how people could cope with discrimination and the opportunity for stable jobs. Well, robbing can be the last one that is available. Pity on you Malay!.

 

A faker is a Chinese, everywhere. In Malaysia they need a Malay to be their fakering partner.

Adam Adli is a fake. Faking facts into frivolous masterpiece.

And so the fake Raja Petra.

But as “fakers”, both are well received by the fake themselves, the Chinese.

Why do Chinese need a fake?

Because they are coward. Everywhere on earth.

Need other to fence themselves.

Please, all people of Malaysia, those in the villages, in the hills or the forest, and on the plateau of Malaysia land, come over to their habitat and see for yourself how misleading were we being feed with fake news by these fakers over and over, nights and days. Come in thousands, or in millions, and have fun with the fakers. Watch them and see them in their habitats.

But the truth is, they live in luxury.

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Oh well, can’t say much.

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A very Chinese, I presume, fakes to the bone.

Undeniably Chinese

No complain, surely a Chinese product.

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And this, can’t say much either, but I like to add, Lo Lek. That is the advertisement in the Star today, page 2. Lo Lek. You can’t teach these people go straight, they have a tendency to fake away. Sorry the Star, you can’t ask these people pronouncing Rolex in its actual pronunciation, they will still pronounce the advert as Lo Lek.

Oh, well, some of them really need a cunt examination or lock up in the observation rooms. As the advert above suggests.

Our dream Cabinet – DO NOT INCLUDE ANY CHINESE

Many Chinese want cabinet to include all races to make it balanced and towards national reconciliation.

GRASS ROOT and the Voters who voted BN say NO TO CHINESE REPRESENTATIVES In the cabinet and all people can now refer to MALAY AND EAST MALAYSIAN reps for government services.

NO NO NO NO NO To the Chinese.

Listen, listen, listen, NO NO NO to the Chinese rep in the line up!!!.

WE are not friend anymore. No more bluff and bullshitting. Eat your mouth out. Did you know that I voted Chinese BN reps for my constituencies? What do I get out if it? You asked about my sincerity? A great question. I am a bloody Malay you guys wanted to overthrow out from the government!!.

Now we see more and more Chinese come in with recommendations to BN Najib for him to place and include Chinese in the line up as if forgetting the PRU 13 result which agreed that the line up must dump the Chinese out of the government.

That’s no reconciliation, that is to give face to the ugly Chinese who at the first place is to dump Malays and BN out of this country’s politics.

Reconciliation means to teach you guys as we teach Kelantanese Chinese how to respect the Malays. Be part of us or get out from our daily routine!!!. No big deal when there are no Chinese around.

Learn our lesson well, after all what is wrong Chinese come and meet up the Malay for government services? Aren’t they have brains and hearts to give you the support the support and wishes you have abandoned last five years?. Do you think only you have brain? If that is the case, now you get what you wanted in the first place, i.e out of the government when your brainy brain ask you to vote DAP last week!. So why do you ask for the Chinese representative in the government???. Walk your brain’s talk please.

Show proof that you can speak Malay well before claiming to represent us. This is the way Kelantanese teach Chinese in Kelantan. We don’t accept Chinese who don’t know our culture. Najib, please learn a thing or two from us, the Kelantanese. You want Kelantan, don’t you?, Learn how to love us first.!!!!!! We do a good thing to the Chinese in Kelantan. We make them respect us and talk like us. Be part of us. Not on the other way round.

On the Mahathir‘s opinion that Chinese needed in the Cabinet, oh well if that is so, the government can refresh a secondary line up which doesn’t have ministerial and legislative power to deal with minority group and all immigrants related issues. Why not, that’s a reconciliation too.

Listen, listen, listen, Dr Mahathir. You’ve done great jobs during the campaign, please get a good rest and forget lah about “Chinese needed in the Cabinet”. It doesn’t matter much to us anymore. We are the young Malays who have supported you guys during the last PRU 13!!!. So listen, get a good rest will you?. Campaigning is over. Thank you.

PS | Our Culture says, you busuk hati, you go away and eat your “punai out” and don’t come back, please!!!!,

Subang Jaya and the Chinese named Hannah Yeoh.

English: Summit USJ shopping mall in Feb 2011.

English: Summit USJ shopping mall in Feb 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I have lived in this area since USJ 2 has just been completed. By then, it was a large oil palm plantation land better known as United Seafield Jaya. We bought a house in then United Seafield Jaya now known as USJ 2. She, Hannah, is not known to me or my community members then, perhaps she was still attending a primary school.

We have a mixture of MalaysChinese and Indian, a combination of which represents the community living as in many other suburban areas of Kuala Lumpur. Our kids grew together in Seafield School nearby. As the result we know each other well, and become close friends. There is no racial issue in this community even since.

Our friendship has gone a long way until we heard that one Chinese Lawyer Hannah Yeoh who came in 2008 as our Adun. According to her, as a Christian, she was told by her God to serve us to fight corruption, racial politics and fair election. She wasn’t interested in politics at first, but had begun her career in politics after serving Tony Pua‘s political meetings serving food and making coffee. And that she did for the past five years.

We have not seen any racial issue in our community but then it was the subject she would bring about her politics. There weren’t big corruption cases in the constituency too, thus the two main jobs she said she wanted to fight for us were in fact none existence then, that left her with another job, fighting for a fair election. But since we have already had fair elections over the past 50 years or so leaving her with no more job to do.

So, she raised a family and now she is a plump woman with a fat chin and is expecting another baby soon. Because she has no job for us, she started to serve the church and bragging with her sermons every day, and I think it is fair for her to do so because that was what her God asked her to do so when she lost a job in Australia and had to return home to work.

At the beginning of her career as a politician she brought up a few young Chinese musicians who would do music and dance troupes, all in Chinese language, the music was very loud and no one would understand a word hearing the noise. Every week we would have to listen to the noise from the music that came from a Chinese concert or something and no one but the Chinese would go and watch. Even some of my Chinese friends didn’t even bother to attend the functions. Out of the sudden there were no more musical concerts and we heard nothing not a word except when there was a picture of Mother Mary on the wall of SJMC, when she said that her prayers have been answered. Well, I don’t know that, but what was known later, the picture was brought to a church in Klang for a close examination. It was a heavy rain that afternoon and some blue paint was blown by the wind that formed the figure on the glass wall. So I was told. I don’t know whether God has answered her prayer, but then which prayers?.

Looking at her photo, one of my Chinese friends said, compared with the one as when she was in early in her career of Adun, then she looked slim and beautiful. The picture today shows her as a plump and a happy housewife. Perhaps her salary is very good, compared to mine as an insurance agent, which is very little to make me grow like her, said my good Chinese friend who has always wanted to teach me to predict 4 D numbers.

We play football, and golf sometimes, and our friendship, within our community is not perturbed, even before she planned to do away with racial issue. But then her work was truly a racial base community meeting because most often than not the participants were all Chinese. I don’t know what made she said that we have faced serious racial issues before she came in to Subang Jaya as an Adun.

So, if you decided to vote for DAP, please consider that we also have Malay and Indian living in this area too. But all meetings are meant for the Chinese!!. By voting the party which Hannah Yeoh is representing, you would throw away other people in the community into a rubbish bin. Their prayers would never be answered. So it is better for you to think twice about the issues this party says it would fight for. They don’t exist in our community, and in the end you would be paying an Adun extravaganza for whoever he or she isn’t doing but only growing into a big size over five years by not doing anything. So forget it, don’t waste rakyat’s money. Better spend the money to build our football field or a small golf club.

William Cheng is a Chinaman

Malay Muslims in Songkhla

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WHEN he spoke about anything:” he speaks for the Chinaman”. How many Chinaman in this country? Oh they aren’t that many but all economic activities are in their hand. And why do we the majority Malays don’t take back what are rightly our?

This is because the main string or the keys to the industry are in their hand. When the government opened up IMalaysia Shops around the city, he said that it was unfair to other 30,000 odd small shop owners, who were all Chinese that actually owned and infested that shops and made their killing days afer days, years after years, for almost 100 years. Who are they made the killing for their life? the poor Indian and Malay. You and me, and all of us.

And when these shops benefit some poor guys who have been screwed for decades for the sake of a Chinese group, this group has the support from a person who was so beneficial by living with the poor Malays in Malacca those day when he was a poor man. Those Malay professionals and government officials might have helped him through to built his dreams in Cheng Malacca. But then who care when they get rich they screwed up every one of us the poor.

This is the personality that is so commonly found among Chinese Chinaman.

Already fed up with DAP, MCA and Gerakan. Go and fly kite all of you, we don’t depend on you for the last 15 years already. We have survived much better than most of you.

Please change your altitude.

Copy whatever is good – China style

When you are in China you can get everything you want. In Kunming you can go to five Apple shops, but they are not genuine Apple shops, they are Chinese‘s version of the Apple Shop, same name and selling same products.

There in the city you could also find Ikea‘s shop but it’s a non Ikea related brand. It’s a look-alike shop and sells similar versions of Ikea’s products.

China may not have special agreement on the trade or brand name. Probably that is the reason they can sell Apple products via their own shops. What can Ikea and Apple do in China to stop their brand names from being used by local Chinese businessmen in that country.

Well, we could also revoke if there is any such agreement prohibiting local business to copy cat any of the famous products. Well, everybody must have his own opinion.

DAP’s confidence level intensifies excessively, even a dog wins if nominated – Freedy Kruegger’s fan

Two of the most common home animals (pets).

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Freddy Krueger‘s fans here are numerous, plenty of them roaming the cyberspace saying things only ghosts would understand.

Imagine, do you vote a dog if it’s nominated for your constituency? Well, such a fancy idea is somewhat weird if it isn’t insinuation. Perhaps if that is meant for the people in a country where dog are on the top list as being lovable pets. Although they are loveable too here, in some homes in a Muslim populated country, majority of people sees dog as something else, disgusting animals perhaps. Or don’t they, spending time cleansing the messes from the dog-shits, spending extra money buying licenses, foods and the stuffs.

There you go, someone the kind of chippy-choppy- the -half -brain individual who has the gut to downgrade your soul by saying that you should have a “doggy MP” by the next PRU 13. True, someone from so-called democratic action party or its synonym DAP said that, and that he believes if DAP, the democratic action gang-bang party, by any chance nominates his “dog named boo” for his constituency this little guy could win the election without fuss.

Without fuss may be but certainly his little brain in branding dog as some animals we people of Malaysia should be led by is one provocative “democratic action gang bang party that sings all night long is a stupid thing to do. I don’t think that will attract Chinese voters that much he hoped for, as I know, Chinese are “fun-tastic” dog lovers as pets in this country at par with those in the European countries and in the west. Not a son-of-the doggy-style- elected MP from the democratic gang-bang action party, nah, not me.

Pas arr, Ramadan, also wants to play play.

Sandiwara Cina and Mak Yung – Kah kah kah

Like that arr. Today, I read Chua’s statement about  DAP and PAS‘s sandiwara Cina.

You know lah, Azizan, the MB of Kedah, said he wanted to close operation of all nightclubs during Ramandan. Aisay man, before that he would’ve had a meeting with DAP, and could’ve told the one and only big boss that he had planned to make a “wayang kulit” lah.

“You arr, when I said I will close them during the whole month of Ramadan, you make a big fuss about its closure lah, and I would reverse the closure order the next day, no problem ma!!”.

“Ahh ya, ya, ya, you arr Alilan, vely clever one, we arrr, want all Chinese in Negeri Sembilan, Malacca and Johor, think we are good one and leject MCA, and when you take over the states from UMNO we are truly a partner ma, ok, ok, I’ll play play this good one 2morrow, np. Wow, Alilan, you got blain lah in you head!!”.

Chua is right lah, that both of emms play-play sandiwara one on this closure issue.

Woo, DAP is vely sterlong lah, anything PAS does arrr, DAP can corner one, we vote DAP lah this time, and no problem if PAS becomes the head of our state. MCA arrr the cannot do like that one. It’s arrr, the afraid afraid with UMNO one.

Why do Japanese hate Chinese, and Chinese hate Malay?

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This is a very tricky question.

The question is “Why do Japanese hate Chinese. And here, the Chinese hate Malay. But then, Japanese never hate Malay. Is that mean Japanese and Malay hate Chinese?, or, do Chinese hate both Malay and Japanese?”. This a history lesson, a compulsory subject to pass SPM.

I’ll continue this post when I am free, ok. You think about this question and ponder around it intelligently.

Becoming the minority

We Can Do It poster for Westinghouse, closely ...

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Sometimes its great to know that as a group you’re among the masses, and that your group has an equal number of strength to the other group. In time of war, you’d feel safe.

But when you’re in a country you wish to call your home grouping isn’t a way forward, it’s dwindling down true strength of whole nation.

Observations in the recent political mode in this country shown that the Chinese were drawn away from the masses and the reality. Chinese are truly being caught up with down syndrome  a disease that doesn’t have any medicine to alter its physical deformity.

It’s frightening to become a minority in time when economy is in their hand. The Indians the like of Ambiga have come to rest on the idea but still play important role in our society. The Chinese however, through DAP and other NGOs, are still resisting that one day they too become the minority here in a true sense. Some researchers predicted that by 2050 Chinese would be only 18.7 percent of the total population of Malaysia.

By that time the consumers will be the masses, i.e, the majority. My opinion is that Chinese will be out from the government if they still resisting to be the minority and fight the way they do now that is by joining the oppositions parties, i.e, DAP and PKR or PAS.

Also, I think the Chinese will be surprised that one day they too  will be beheaded  like those in the Saudi Arabia if such a law is implemented under PAS’s rule. Or, slightly better, facing a firing squad, following the Indonesian penal code. Choose the right path, i.e, be with us for togetherness. Right?

UMNO to win Kelantan this time around,

Reclining Buddha in Wat Photivihan.
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Preemptive terms for UMNO to gain ruling control of Kelantan, the ONLY Malay State of Malaysia, in the next general election are as follows:-

  1. ONLY Malay Adun
  2. No Chinese is to selected for any post of the government, unless he or she is a Muslim,
  3. Select anybody dumb or stupid, or whoever, but with integrity,
  4. Always talk about heaven, because the world is zero meaning, it has no meaning to live in,
  5. Select representatives who don’t like to do work, but always like to talk a lot,
  6. Select those who like women, a lot, and allow these men to marry as many as they like, but ask him to have the most four wives,
  7. Select those who don’t like modern gadgets, vehicle and other things, openly, but like them quietly,
  8. So if UMNO wants to win the State back, follow the above rules, because PAS Kelantan has done it for 20 years and it wins.
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