Lat famous cartoons are history, now Chinese aren’t depicted as in many of his books



Lat, or better known as Datuk Mohamed Nor Khalid, is one of the many persons who might be disappointed with his many friends’ son and daughters, from all races in his campaign in Perak. They, the siblings of his friends, Malays, Chinese and Indians, are no longer playing the same games as his early days when mixing with the people from all races of the multiracial society.

Perhaps his books are the history of how race relation was all about.

Now, the characters are no more fun. The Malays see the truth in which the Chinese group has taken the whole of Ipoh, leaving some small plots around the town, as their home and place to make fun of, totally in control of the state’s capital. There is literally no space for another race to share the commercial activities in the town except working in big GLC or state government offices.

Chinese has taken the transport business, the commercial space for shopping complexes, the leisure and hospitality business, hospital and medical buildings, and nothing is left for other races to participate as owners entrepreneurs.

In a very short span of time, with the assistance of Chinese MCA and Gerakan, UMNO has permitted the Chinese group to be the king of the state’s capital.

Lat could not anymore joke using this example of lifestyle which has indulged into Ipoh in his new book concerning the race relation. Oh well, he made a joke on the name of a car, Almari and Almera, recently, which has nothing to do with his earlier fond of race relation, especially those funny behaviours involving Chinese and Malay.

Now tell me, where are the jokes?

It’s really no joke. When a Malay state  as big as Perak has a Chinese state‘s capital. What I mean by Chinese state’s capital is that all commercial activities are in the hand of the Chinese. If you want to boycott the Chinese businesses in the state’s capital, you must not go the town at all.

Town expansion is related to demand from the population, but having considered that, when the policy to decide the expansion is shared with the Chinese, then the policy to supply the demand of space in the town centre for the other races will be monopolised by the Chinese. And of course, the town expansion will be wholly Chinese, which is, coincidentally, very bad for the company.

UMNO should have created an insurance policy to expand space for Malay in all large towns, and assume the responsibility to accommodate demand from the Malay and other races to balance population of a city or a town. By doing so, Malay may take part as entrepreneur and the proprietors of the sites thus balancing the trades between all races, and be fair to all people of this nation.

Perhaps, there are writers or cartoonists who will draw cartoons depicting a war between all people of different races in this area later in the years to come. Those people who would slaughter other races in a fight for the space in the city, throwing stones if not mortars, just like the Palestinians and the Jews, because more Malays are now beginning to understand the truth about MCA and Gerakan, which has destroyed the  partnership in the government by making the Chinese the master of a town or a City and not helping other races at all.

This has to stop, to prevent such happenings which will be destroying our whole nation.

I hope, Lat will draw a new sketch on how town space can be shared equally by all people in a town, or a city. So that we can make it fun.

Arif Sabri Sakmongkol kawan baik Aspan Alias, kalah di P80 – Raub.

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Arif Sabri calun Dap di P80 yang telah mengantikan Abu Bakar Lebar Sudin DAP akan kalah seperti Abu Bakar juga.

Abu Bakar kalah pada Yen Yen dengan undi sebanyak 15, 326 berbanding Yen Yen dengan undi sebanyak 18, 078. Dan semasa itu terdapat seramai 46, 454 pengundi berdaftar di P80 Raub. Dengan tindakan mengonyang BN pada PRU 2008, jumlah mereka yang keluar mengundi merosot keparas 76.2%.

Walaupun merosot, BN masih menang di P80.

Pada masa ini jumlah pengundi berdaftar meningkat kepada 7,760 orang atau 17% dari jumlah pengundi pada tahun 2008.

Di  kawasan P80 terdapat pecahan mengikut kaum iaitu anggaran 49.12% Melayu (26,630), 43.51% Cina (23, 588), 6.48% India (3, 513) dan lain lain 0.90% (483).

Keadaan semasa menjurus kepada keunikan BN manakala DAP telah menjadi kucar kacir dari isu kalimah Allah dan pilihan PM dan ini akan menjurus kepada peningkatan kemesraan terhadap pengaruh BN dari pengaruh DAP.

Faktor calun pula, Arif Sabri mempunyai peminat dari urban voter di Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh dan Penang, dan pengaruh beliau dengan menghentam BN dengan berbagai bagai isu lama, walaupun BN telah berubah dari lanscape politik beliau kepada politik perpaduan, dimana bergantung terus kepada calun BN Datuk Ho Kai Mun yang banyak berjasa kepada semua kaum di kawasan itu.

Jasa Arif Sabri di Pulai Manis yang mempunyai pengundi berdaftar kurang dari 18,000 orang tidak memadai untuk memberi beliau lonjatan besar yang berkesan dalam kawasan campuran besar iaitu 54, 214 orang.

Dengan peminat Cina kepada DAP, saya berpendapat beliau boleh mendapat undi Cina sebanyak 50% dengan perpaduan beliau dengan DAP di Dun Tras, dan 30% dari undi Melayu dari kekangan PKR di Adun Batu Talam, dan PAS di Dun Dong dan lebih kurang 50 orang dari orang orang Asli dan lain lain.

Dengan itu beliau mungkin akan memperolehi sebanyak 19, 800 undi mengalahkan undi yang telah di lakukan oleh Yen Yen pada 2008, tetapi kalah dengan Datuk Ho Kai Mun yang akan memperolehi undi sebanyak 23, 500 undi. Jumlah keluar mengundi pada PRU 13 akan meningkat disebabkan kemeriahan PRU 13 yang sudah dilihat di merata tempat di seluruh negara, InshaAllah.

Akan masuk kubur lah Arif Sabri, seperti lain lain calun DAP Melayu, sama dengan Abu Bakar Lebar Sudin yang sudah tidak tahu di mana beliau berada dalam DAP.

Kesalahan beliau yang amat besar ialah bersekongkong dengan DAP dalam isu kalimah Allah akan di tolak oleh orang orang Islam Melayu di P80, walau pun beliau pessimistic untuk merubah kaum Melayu menerima DAP.

Selamat Tinggal Syokmungkol. BYE BYE DAP.

PS: Kita laksanakan BR1M (Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia), mereka akan laksanakan RM1M (Ringgit Malaysia 1Juta).

Lips and mind reading: “He wouldn’t protest if Crazy Horse is plying Ipoh Streets”.

or would he?

No, he wouldn’t.


Lips and mind reading,  see  the lips what they will sound: “fcuk”. Yes,  you’re right.

Read more about Crazy Horse here.

SEA wolfs (wolves) and local Robin Hood’s Third Way

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South East Asia‘s wolfs are predominantly immigrants. They dominate the SEA economy and the market places. They play smart during the First Way and the Second Way economies. They monopolize the monopolistic and “gangsteristic” social economy.

Now they want the British Tony Blair and the US Clinton’s Third Way economies.

When a government goes third way thus it adopts a frier market force and delivers the “land and capital” to the masses, as evidenced in Ipoh‘s 2008 land givings, the time when wolfs (wolves) were beginning to climb out of the their smart holes.

They are making ways to catch local deers or pelanduk. They want to hold the area as their own catchment area. This is the South East Asia region.

What can pelanduk do to prevent third way killings?.

They need a modern Robin Hood to spoil the whole of the scheme.

Please wake up potential Robin Hoods do you job to save the South East Asia from SEA Wolfs (wolves).

What is third way, a definition ” here at palgrave com – pdf”

Another quick understanding of third way economy here at cesj com.

A quick revision here:

Distributism (also known as distributionism, distributivism) is a third-way economic philosophy formulated by such Catholic thinkers as G. K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc to apply the principles of Catholic social teaching articulated by the Catholic Church, especially in Pope Leo XIII‘s encyclical Rerum Novarum and more expansively explained by Pope Pius XI‘s encyclical Quadragesimo Anno.

According to distributism, the ownership of the means of production should be spread as widely as possible among the general populace, rather than being centralized under the control of the state (state socialism) or a few large businesses or wealthy private individuals (plutarchic capitalism). A summary of distributism is found in Chesterton’s statement: “Too much capitalism does not mean too many capitalists, but too few capitalists.”

Essentially, distributism distinguishes itself by its distribution of property (not to be confused with redistribution of capital that would be carried out by most socialist plans of governance). While socialism allows no individuals to own productive property (it all being under state, community, or workers’ control, with exceptions such as mutualism), distributism itself seeks to ensure that most people will become owners of productive property. As Belloc stated, the distributive state (that is, the state which has implemented distributism) contains “an agglomeration of families of varying wealth, but by far the greater number of owners of the means of production.” This broader distribution does not extend to all property, but only to productive property; that is, that property which produces wealth, namely, the things needed for man to survive. It includes land, tools, etc.

Distributism has often been described as a “third way”, in opposition to both socialism and capitalism. Thomas Storck argues that “both socialism and capitalism are products of the European Enlightenment and are thus modernizing and anti-traditional forces. In contrast, distributism seeks to subordinate economic activity to human life as a whole, to our spiritual life, our intellectual life, our family life”.

Some have seen it more as an aspiration, which has been successfully realised in the short term by commitment to the principles of subsidiarity and solidarity (these being built into financially independent local co-operatives and family owned, small businesses), though proponents also cite such periods as the Middle Ages as examples of the historical long-term viability of distributism.

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Besar nya India dalam peta Malaysia

14 APRIL 2011: Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri Sungkai, A. Sivanesan sengaja mencetuskan kontroversi dengan tidak memakai pakaian yang ditetapkan oleh Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Perak apabila memakai pakaian tradisional India ketika menghadiri sidang DUN itu di Bangunan SUK, Ipoh. - Utusan/MOHD NAJIB MOHD NOR

"Hey you up there, for that, take my middle finger, fuckkkoff " says Jamban.

Oh well, I am from New Castle, East Coast, and don’t know what kind of race I am, may be I am a Semiang, or Jawa, Arab, Jepun, Korean, Jakun, and certainly NOT an INDIAN. I know that because I don’t go to India and buy Indian clothes, or use one.

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