Its very simple to understand Chinese Dreams. Browse through blogs like Malaysia Today, and within minutes, if not seconds, you’ll come across such a dream. Today, within minutes of thumbing into Malaysia Today, I’d come across one of such dreams. It was written in response to an article by RPK which touched on American Dreams. I believe the one who sent the post is Chinese using the name of MrHot, March 30, 2012 18:09:37 :
Archive for March 2012
PETALING JAYA: MCA national youth deputy chairman Dr Mah Hang Soon criticised Pakatan Rakyat for not condemning the unruly behaviour of the crowd at yesterday’s rally at the New Era college in Kajang.
Deputy Education Minister Wee Ka Siong was jeered and almost punched when he attended the United Chinese School Commitees Association’s (Dong Zong) protest rally (also known as 325 rally).
“If they do not condone heckling from the audience, why did Pakatan leaders in attendance not address the crowds and advise them to be at their best behaviour?……..
I really feel sorry for Wee Ka Siong, for having to endure the unruly behaviour of the Chinese ‘educationists’. If not for scores of Malay policemen and other security-related personnels, Wee Ka Siong could now be nursing bruises or even broken ribs and bones…
The incidence reminds me the atrocities committed by the Chinese-centrered ‘bintang tiga’ communists who took over certain towns in Tanah Melayu immediately after the Japanese surrender in 1945. They could not wait for the impending arrival of the British re-occupying forces before setting up their own ‘kangaroo court’ and passed ‘death sentence’ to huge number of people, mainly out of sheer VENGEANCE.
The way Wee Ka Siong was treated, obviously the 5,000 crowd are supporters of Pakatan, to be more precise, DAP. DAP stands for DEMOCRATIC Action Party. By the name alone, DAP are supposed to inculcate into their supporters CIVILITY and GOOD MANNERS. The failure of scores of Pakatan MPs and State Asemblymen to even attempt to control the emotion of the unruly crowd was clear proof that even their leaders are not fit to talk about democracy, freedom of speech, rights of peaceful assembly, and such other rights which would be highly by CIVILISED PEOPLE.
Worse still, those who attended the rally or assembly were those interested in Chinese-typed education. Are they fit to be leaders of Chinese-typed education. According to a Malay proverb ‘bapa kencing berdiri, anak kencing berlari’. Meaning, if those who are entrusted to be leaders in Chinese-typed education are themselves are unruly and violent, what sort of behaviour can be expected of their students.
We Malaysians really hope that VIOLENCE is not one of the products of Chinese-typed schools…we all really do.
(The Malaysian Insider) – Datuk Wee Ka Siong was chased away after a rally protesting a lack of Chinese school teachers where it was alleged someone tried to punch the deputy education minister.
The MCA Youth chief said he was “shocked” and “saddened” by the jeers, scuffles and alleged attempted punch from frustrated rally-goers who made up part of over 5,000 who had gathered here.
After the rally organised by the United Chinese School Committees Association (Dong Zong) ended, an angry swarm of people chanted for him to resign and it was alleged someone attempted to land a punch on his body but was prevented by a large security detail…….
As an ordinary citizen of Malaysia, the above news item by Malaysian Insider is just SHOCKING. My simple question is…why put the burden on the Government to provide teachers for PRIVATE vernacular schools like the Chinese-typed schools?
It has long being accepted that the Government is only responsible to fully finance the NATIONAL SCHOOLS, both primary and secondary schools. NATIONAL SCHOOLS use Bahasa Melayu, our national language, as the medium of teaching. However, under our Federal Constitution, PRIVATE vernacular schools are allowed to exist. PRIVATE vernacular schools, including Chinese-typed schools, Tamil-typed schools and Islamic Schools(Sekolah Agama Rakyat) are meant to be financed privately….with small subsidy from the Government under ‘per capita’ scheme. Under the scheme, the Government would allocate certain subsidy to schools based on the number of students the schools have enrolled…including to subsidise the salary of their teachers.
How can associations like Dong Zong are making demands to the Government in such a THREATENING manner….after all, their Chinese-typed schools are basically PRIVATE SCHOOLS. Are they taking advantage of the fact that the country is moving closer to the 13th GE?
Overwhelming majority of Chinese in this country have continually support a ‘multi-racial’ party, DAP. And, DAP has from its inception in late 1960s has been advocating ‘Malaysian Malaysia’….meaning, Malaysia first and then only races. The paradox is, DAP are the most staunch supporter of the continued existence of CHINESE-TYPED schools. For the benefit of our readers, its interesting to note that no other South-east Asian countries allow CHINESE-TYPED schools as we do in Malaysia. Ask the Chinese in Indonesia, Thailand, Philipines, Brunei, or even Singapore!!!!
Is DAP a party which ‘cakap tak serupa bikin’? Why talk about ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ when deep in your hearts and souls, ‘its always Chinese first, and the others second’.
One needs to only read the articles and comments in Malaysiakini and Malaysia Chronicle to see this. The attack by the Chinese Bloggers, columnists and commenters is proof enough that this is all about the Chinese agenda. Are we trying to demolish the Malay agenda of Umno or are we propagating the Chinese agenda of the opposition? It looks like it is both, to demolish the Malay agenda and to replace it with the Chinese agenda.
NO HOLDS BARRED
Raja Petra Kamarudin
The above is just the ‘intro’ to quite a lengthy article, written by RPK in his Malaysia Today blog yesterday.
Raja Petra Kamaruddin, or RPK, has by far been the most controversial POLITICAL BLOGGER in Malaysia, to the extent that there are people who regards him as one of the main reasons behind the BN loosing their customary two-third majority in Parliment in 2008 GE, for the first time since the formation of the party in 1975.
No doubt, RPK has been a very prolific and influential writer. His trade-mark ‘no holds barred’ writings had been ‘duri dalam daging’ to UMNO/BN, and had become great assets to the opposition coalition of PKR-DAP-PAS. Like his former political boss, Anwar Ibrahim, and other Malay leaders who have been working against the interest of UMNO, the flagship of ‘Ketuanan Melayu’ in the country, RPK had been venerated by the DAP Chinese for his UMNO-bashings. His anti-UMNO sentiments reached its peak when he took the most foolish action of making statutory declaration implicating DS Najib and DS Rosmah Mansor in the murder of Altantuya. Despite that seemingly ‘bold’ move, he smuggled out of the country, to escape the wrath of the laws, when he was summoned to appear in court to answer the allegations he made against DS Najib and DS Rosmah Mansor.
His ‘isolation’ in the the UK must have allowed him more time to ponder over his previous actions, and more time to assess the the ‘non-performance’ of Pakatan-ruled state governments. Despite his claims that his political stands never change, there were enough evidence to show that many of his political stands have changed….for the better. He claims that he has been consistently against corruption and misuse of power….but how could he ‘wasted’ decades of his good life for Anwar Ibrahim, the one who was believed to be responsible to introduce ‘big-time’ money politics in UMNO, and the one believed to be responsible for ‘big-time’ corruption and cronyism in the BN Government when he was the Deputy PM and Finance Minister.
No one has come to explain the actual reasons for the fall-out between RPK and Anwar Ibrahim. However, it was his fall-out with Anwar which has gradually changed the colour, tone and textures of his blog, Malaysia Today. His ‘no holds barred’ bashing of PKR-led Pakatan-ruled Selangor, including in the sand-mining scandals, have turned many of his political friends to be his enemies. Chinese bloggers who once venerated him for his UMNO-bashings, have now turned their guns against him.
With his latest writing entitled ‘Chinese Agenda’ in his Malaysia Today blog, I’m not at all surprised if RPK will be labelled as another ‘racist’ Malay, as they did to TS Muhyiddin Yasin, Ibrahim Ali, and scores of other UMNO leaders and bloggers.
Actually, I fully agree with RPK in his above article, that there is indeed a ‘Chinese Agenda’. It is well-engraved in our country’s recent history that the Chinese-centred Communist Party of Malaya had attempted to hijack the Lands of the Malays, Tanah Melayu, immediately after the Japanese surrender in 1945, from the Malays. Fortunately for the Malays, the British were good at history….they responsibly took to their hearts that when they first set their foot on this Tanah Melayu, they were well received by the Malay sultans and their Malay subjects…why should the sovereignty of this Tanah Melayu be handed over to ‘alien’ immigrant races.