PKR Sacrificial Lamb of DAP

Posted July 28, 2016 by warisan tmk
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DAP is in a rush to call for snap State Election. Why?

DAP knows that they are beginning to loose their grip on Chinese support…day by day.

More Chinese are beginning to question the merits voting for DAP…when DAP are ‘forever’ in the opposition. This more so when PAS is no longer in the same coalition as DAP…and showing increasing tendency to work with UMNO, the leading party in the ruling BN.

As for the moment, DAP is reasonably confident that they can still count on the Chinese to return them to power…perhaps by the slimest of simple majority. But this may not be the case next year when Lim Guan Eng is expected to be ‘on holiday’…and worse still in 2018.

At the same time, DAP is fully aware that PKR may lose most of their 10 seats to UMNO, due to the 3-corner fights with PAS and UMNO.

However, for DAP, its better to hold on to power, even with slimest majority…than to hand over the state government on silver plate in 2018.

To ensure DAP’s hold to power in Penang, at least for another 5 years, there is no other option to DAP but to call for snap State Election NIW….sadly, PKR may have to be made a sacrificial lamb.



Answering RM2.6 Billion Ringgit Question

Posted October 26, 2015 by warisan tmk
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Really wonder whether the opposition lawmakers or members of parliment are that DAMN STUPID…and DEAF too.

They’d made themselves looking like FOOLS by holding placards which read ‘Where’s the rm2.6 billion’ at the end of  DS Najib budget speech.

Haven’t they been reading main stream newspapers….or watching prime channels TV?

Why so foolishly ask such question…when answers were already given?

MACC has already issued statements that the rm2.6 billion was donated to DS Najib by a Middle-eastern donor. And DS Najib has issued statements that he would disclose who is the donor….with the condition that opposition parties also disclose donors to their political funds.

So…the ball is in your court Mr Lim Kit Siang & comrades. Pls declare now who are the ‘taukehs’ who have been donating funds to DAP. Are they local ‘taukehs’ or overseas ‘taukehs’. Are they family businesses ‘taukeys’ or are they Public-listed ‘taukehs’. Its time to make it known to all Malaysians, who are the ‘musuh dalam selimut’ and ‘gunting dalam lipatan’? Its time for the rakyat to know who are the ‘taukehs’ who are getting benefits from the Government…and at the same time STABBING the Government of DS Najib from the back.

DS Najib has thrown the gountlet to you all…just answer his challenge…like real men…not cowards.

Understanding CAUSES of Racial Tension in Malaysia

Posted October 17, 2015 by warisan tmk
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I’m not a medical doctor. But I’ve seen enough doctors to understand the difference between SYMPTOMS, SICKNESS, CAUSES and PRESCRIPTIONS.

RACIAL TENSION is the sickness. SYMPTOMS of the RACIAL TENSION sickness include:

  1. Bersih 4.0 rally organised on the eve of this year’s Merdeka Day celebrations, attended by about 100,000 participants, 80% of whom were Malaysian Chinese. The rally unveiled intense hatred among Chinese youths against Malay political leaders, which was symbolised by their acts of stamping their feet on photos of DS Najib Tun Razak, the country’s Prime Minister and UMNO President, and DS Hadi Awang, the President of PAS.
  2. Red Shirts rally organised on 16th September, the Malaysia Day, attended by about 200,000 participants, almost 100% of whom were Malays. Certain section of the Red Shirts rally attempted to ‘storm’ into Petaling Street, also known as ‘Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur’.
  3. Following the two rallies, there were FLURRY OF RACIALLY-CHARGED statements by leaders and bloggers of both sides…each describing the other as RACISTS.

These are all SYMPTOMS, not the CAUSES of the racial tension.

Back to the analogy of a doctor, the doctor has to know the CAUSES of certain disease or sickness, to enable him/her to prescribe the right medicine…to cure the sickness.

Our politicians on both sides of political divide keeps on talking about SYMPTOMS…about stamping on photos of Malay politicians…about Red Shirts attempt to storm Petaling Street….about placards calling abolishing of SJKC….about a deputy minister wanting to ‘lempang’ the Chinese…and such likes.

But what actually triggered all such acts?

Our forefathers, representing all major races, back in early 1950s, had reached certain understandings and agreements, in laying the FOUNDATIONS of the would be independent Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, including formulating the country’s FEDERAL CONSTITUTION. The formulated FEDERAL CONSTITUTION became the embodiment of those understandings and agreements. One of the key agreements  was called the SOCIAL CONTRACT, or can be more accurately described as CITIZENSHIP AGREEMENT.

By the CITIZENSHIP AGREEMENT, over 1.2 million immigrant Chinese nationals, and over 0.3 million immigrant Indian nationals, were conferred citizenship of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, in return for them recognizing the SPECIAL POSITION of the Malays as the original inhabitants and political rulers of Tanah Melayu states, which were part of the bigger Malay Archipilago. This explains certain Malay-centredness of the formulated Federal Constitution.

However, as decades passed by, the younger generation are beginning to be detached from the history of foundation of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, and later Malaysia. Worse still, Chinese-centred political parties like DAP, since its formation, have been drumming the MALAYSIAN MALAYSIA concept…which directly or indirectly call for the abolition of the Malays/Non-Malays and Bumiputra/Non-bumiputra divide.

Such CALLS and DEMANDS by DAP is indeed a major CAUSE of racial tension in this country.

Had DAP and their Chinese supporters accepted the terms of SOCIAL CONTRACT or the CITIZENSHIP AGREEMENT, the Malays would not have any complain at all. Despite the Chinese dominating the economic sector of the country, the Malays have nothing against it. The Malays can accept that whoever works harder deserve to be better rewarded.

I really hope my writing will be analysed and studied by leaders and followers of DAP, Gerakan, MCA and other Chinese-based parties, and NGOs too.

Lets not discuss the SYMPTOMS, but lets honestly find out the actual CAUSES of ‘diseases’ which are impacting us. Then only, we will find the RIGHT PRESCRIPTION.


Posted September 27, 2015 by warisan tmk
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I believe the Ambassador of People’s Republic of China had crossed certain RED DIPLOMATIC LINE by making controversial statements to traders of Petaling Street yesterday.

Let me tell Dr Huang Hui Kang, that TWO WRONGS DO NOT MAKE IT RIGHT.

It was wrong for the RED SHIRTS to organize street demonstration which will disrupt businesses, be it in Petaling Street or any where else…in the same way, it was wrong for Bersih4.0 to organize street demonstration which disrupted businesses along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and the vicinity of Dataran Merdeka.

In what way Dr Huang Hui Kang was WRONG?

Dr Kang should have not acted as if he is a Governor of Malaysia…representing the People’s Republic of China. Malaysia has never been and will never be one of the provinces of China. Malaysia is a sovereign country. Dr Kang may have been a bit TOO ARROGANT, and may have breached certain diplomatic protocols.

Regardless whether the RED SHIRTS were right or wrong, its definitely WRONG for Dr Kang to give veiled warning to any party in this sovereign country. Its a gross violation of diplomatic norms in CIVILISED WORLD.

What would be the reaction of the Government of the People’s Republic of China, had another superpower, be it America or Russia, sent their ambassadors to the troubled Xin Kiang province of north east China, and warned certain group of Hui Chinese there not to discriminate against the minority Uigurs? Even if the Hui Chinese were in the wrong, Chinese Government would be very unhappy with such actions by an ambassador of another country.

I think our Malaysian Government should at least send a strong diplomatic protest against the ‘misendavour’ of Dr Kang. If our Government thinks fit, the Chinese ambassador should be sent back to China.

How Many % of Petaling Street Traders Are CHINESE NATIONALS?

Posted September 26, 2015 by warisan tmk
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Let me be clear from the very beginning, that I’m against any form of violence or racism, either by pro-opposition elements or pro-government elements of our country’s political divide. I’m personally against any rally that would disrupt businesses, either by the RED SHIRTS in Petaling Street, or by Bersih4.0 in the vicinity of Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Dataran Merdeka.

However, an event of yesterday have baffled many, especially its implication on future race relation, in particular Malays-Chinese relation in this country. As reported yesterday, the Chinese ambassador to Malaysia, Dr Huang Hui Kang, was in Petaling Street yesterday, in anticipation of another smaller RED SHIRTS rally speculated to take place today in the ‘Chinatown’ of Kuala Lumpur.

The Chinese ambassador’s presence was not only to distribute mooncakes to the traders, but he was reported to told the traders, ‘We told businesspeople here that they can open as usual tomorrow if they want, but if they feel unsafe, the choice is theirs to close instead’. He was also reported to have said, ‘….nobody is above the law. So reject racism and any form of extremism.’ He was even quoted to have ‘warned’ the rally organizers that the Government of China would not want to see acts of violence been perpetrated by anyone.

What puzzled many is, what was the main reason for an Ambassador of a foreign country, People’s Republic of China, doing in Petaling Street? An initial impression is, Dr Kang appeared to have committed serious breach of diplomatic norms between two sovereign countries. After all, the Malaysian police had proven their impartiality in maintaining law and order, and protecting the traders in 916 rally. Then, none of the traders was hurt, and none of their premises was either looted or burnt.

The only justifiable reason for Dr Kang to be there there…giving out advices and warnings too…was, IF there are sizeable number of CHINESE NATIONALS doing business in Petaling Street, and their lives and businesses are under imminent danger. Even in such situation, Dr Kang must still register their concerns with our Foreign Ministry through proper diplomatic channels.

If that’s really the case, its interesting to know how many percent of traders in Petaling Street are CHINESE NATIONALS.

IF the presence of CHINESE NATIONALS are negligible…or none at all…then on what basis he was there giving those ‘sermons’? Is it because the traders are mainly from ethnic Chinese, Malaysian Chinese. If that was the case, can we say that it was a kind of RACISM which had driven Dr Kang to openly interfere in the internal affairs of a sovereign country, Malaysia?

Malaysians Prefer No Street Demonstration

Posted September 25, 2015 by warisan tmk
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I find myself in agreement with MCA’s President, that the Government should not allow any street demonstrations in future.

As events unfolded in the last few weeks, street demonstrations by Bersih4.0 was countered by another demonstrations by the RED SHIRTS two weeks later. And as we had all witnessed, how certain ‘side-shows’ like certain young Chinese girls stamping their feet on photos of Malay leaders during Bersih4.0 had triggered so much anger and revenge among the Malays.

If we care to take a leaf from our nation’s history, not many will dispute that the ‘victory parades’ by DAP in the middle of KL immediately after the general election in 1969 was responsible to spark off counter demonstrations which triggered the worst racial riot our country had ever experienced.

Many countries can still prosper without street demonstrations. Just listen how our Malaysian Chinese friends talk proudly about the achievements of China, Hong Kong and Singapore. Even Bersih4.0 was not allowed in either Singapore and China. And…there are over 95% ethnic Chinese in both China and Hong Kong…and over 85% ethnic Chinese in Singapore.

If countries like China, Hong Kong and Singapore can prosper without street demonstrations, why DAP Chinese are so keen on street demonstration in this country…their country too..when such activities may trigger racial unrest and conflicts.

Really agree with MCA….STOP ALL STREET DEMOS IN FUTURE….lets be fair to all.

KETUANAN MELAYU Here To Stay, Like It or Not

Posted September 25, 2015 by warisan tmk
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Before we discus ‘Ketuanan Melayu’, lets see how Malays understand the term ‘Ketuanan Melayu’…rather than how DAP understands it.

To the Malays, ‘Ketuanan Melayu’ is not about the Malays being a master race and the others as slave races.

To the Malays, ‘Ketuanan Melayu’ also does not imply Malay dominance as claimed by certain non-Malays.

To the Malays, ‘Ketuanan Melayu’ means that the Malays are accorded certain ‘Special position…’ in the Federal Constitution for being the ‘original owner and ruler’ of Tanah Melayu and Persekutuan Tanah Melayu.

Malays never claim that they are master race over other races. The Malays never claim that they should ‘dominate’ all spheres of life in the country….after all the Chinese are the dominant race, in general, in the field of economy.

However, Malays only demand RECOGNITION by other races that their forefathers were the ‘original owners and rulers’ of this part of the world known as the Malay Archipelago, in particular the peninsula part of Malaysia, known as Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, or Malaya.

Actually such RECOGNITION was already ‘inscribed’ in the Federal Constitution by inclusion of various articles which are MALAY-CENTRED, like the ‘special position…’ accorded to the Malays and Bumiputra of Sabah and Sarawak. Besides that, the adoption of Islam(the religion of the Malays in Malaysia) as the RELIGION OF THE FEDERATION, the adoption of Bahasa Melayu(the language of the Malays) as the official language of the country, the role of one of the Malays Raja Melayu as one of the Agung(king) of the country, the provision of ‘tanah rizab Melayu’ and such like.

Whether DAP Chinese like it or not, such understanding of ‘Ketuanan Melayu’ is wide spread within the Malay community, and they will never surrender such status accorded to them in the formulation of the Federal Constitution.

Let me remind. Ketuanan Melayu is NEITHER about the Malays being a master race NOR the Malays as dominant race. Ketuanan Melayu is a general recognition that the forefathers of the Malays were the original owners and rulers of Tanah Melayu….as being inscribed in our Federal Constitution.

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