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New MCA Leaders Have To Return to the Ways of MCA Founders

December 22, 2013

Congratulation to DS Liow Tiong Lai, and Dato’ Wee Ka Siong, who have been elected President and Deputy President of MCA. The same greetings also for those elected Vice Presidents and CEC members.

They are facing HUGE TASKS, almost UPHILL TASKS, to get back the support of the majority of the Chinese community, who have been overwhelmingly with DAP, since the 2008 GE. DAP was set up with objectives, among others, of DEMOLISHING certain fundamental corner-stones of our Federal Constitution, namely the provision of SPECIAL POSITION OF MALAYS/BUMIPUTRAS.

Whilst, MCA was one of the major players in the formulation of the SOCIAL CONTRACT among the major races, agreed upon a few years before the independence of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu. Under the SOCIAL CONTRACT, the Malay rulers and UMNO(the umbrella party of Malays), agreed to the persuasion of the British, to allow about 1.2 million CHINESE IMMIGRANTS, and 0.3 million INDIAN IMMIGRANTS, to be granted citizenship of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, and in return, those who were granted citizenship would recognize the SPECIAL POSITION of the Malays/bumiputras, who were original rulers and inhabitants of the Malay states.

Obviously, MCA and DAP were founded on DIFFERENT SETS OF OBJECTIVES. However, DAP appeared to have been able to gain the upper hands in IGNITING the feelings of the Chinese community, by their ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ objectives, ie. to do away with the provisions in our Federal Constitution, which provide for the SPECIAL POSITION of the Malays/Bumiputras, and all policies associated with it.

MCA should never try to be MORE DAP than DAP. MCA has to go back to the history of the party, as well as the history of the country’s independence. Founders of the Alliance Party(consisting of UMNO, MCA and MIC) were very far-sighted in formulating the Constitution of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu. Political stability of this country has been a key factor in the SUCCESS STORY of the country, including OUTSTANDING SUCCESS of its Chinese business community. Malaysia is now TOP 20 BIGGEST TRADING NATION in the world, and the country is on the verge of becoming a DEVELOPED COUNTRY.

Newly elected MCA leaders have a great task, to bring back MCA to the ways and thoughts of the MCA founders, most of whom were born in China, and immigrated to the Malay states during the ‘protectorate’ of the British in the Malay states. They were among those who were gifted with foresightedness, who formulated the SOCIAL CONTRACT, to ensure lasting PEACE, STABILITY and PROSPERITY of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, the permanent abode of their children and descendants for thousands of years to come.

To win back the Chinese, MCA has to re-educate the Chinese community, the WIN-WIN formula agreed upon by the co-founders of the country. MCA has to work hard to convince the Chinese community that the BN formula is THE WIN-WIN formula, and this the only way forward…..and that the DAP ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ will only lead to DESTRUCTION of what the country has built over the years.

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Malaysian Chinese Youths….Fortunately You Are In Malaysia

May 27, 2013
We are in solidarity because we care
 

More than 100,000 people had thronged a single rally and there was no untoward incident then. However, 30 turn up at a candlelight vigil to show solidarity for a young and courageous Malaysian, and it turned chaotic.

So, when someone claims that we go to the streets “to foment chaos”, he hasn’t a clue or he is plain lying through his teeth. I would say that this person had ill intents….. –  Malaysiakini

The above is part of a letter from a typical Chinese young people, which was sent to Malaysiakini. The question is, do she and her comrades REALLY CARE for the country?

Let me first remind them that, in the ‘great country’ of their forefathers, they would not even have a chance to take part in a DEMOCRATIC PROCESS like the PRU13 which was just over, let alone PROTESTING OVER THE ELECTION RESULT.

Even in ‘democratic’  Chinese-ruled Singapore, where 85% of the population are Chinese, she and her comrades would NOT be allowed more than a few minutes in such gatherings without being arrested.

Why MAKE SO MUCH NOISE about this country, when Chinese-dominated governments like People’s Republic of China and the Republic of Singapore, do not even allow GATHERINGS, let alone PROVOCATIVE GATHERINGS. Yes your gatherings have been PROVOCATIVE to say the least….protesting the results of the PRU13, despite DAP-led Penang, PAS-led Kelantan and PKR-led Selangor governments taking their oath of office.

Popular votes???? can you say it again!!! BN came out the MOST POPULAR and with MOST SEATS….followed by PKR, DAP and PAS. Please do not try to change the RULES OF THE GAME while the game is going on. Pakatan Rakyat is NOT a single party, UNLIKE the BN. DAP, PKR and PAS contested the election using their own seperate LOGOs….so there is no way for you to talk about popular votes. After all, the existing ‘rule of the game’ is by the NUMBER OF SEATS….ada faham????

Do you think the Chinese can rule the country better? No No No!!! Give us the prove that Chinese-dominated Governments would do better….apart from RULING WITH IRON FISTS….like in Singapore and China.

Are you inciting Malays-dominated Government of Malaysia to rule with IRON FISTS too? Is that the only way to keep Chinese youths off the streets??

I believe your time and energy will be better spent on influencing REFORMS and CHANGE(UBAH) in the countries of your forefathers first, before ‘meddling’ in  Malaysia. If you are not aware of it, let me tell you that Malaysia has long been regarded as  one of the HEALTHIEST democracies in the world.

PRU 13 – ‘Chinese Tsunami Phase 2’…dan Akhir…

May 7, 2013

Terlebih dahulu, aku dan kita semua ucapkan SETINGGI-TINGGI TAHNIAH kepada BN, khususnya UMNO, kerana berjaya mempertahankan pemerintahan ke atas MALAYSIA, negara kita yang namanya bermakna LAND OF THE MALAYS. Aku amat bersetuju dengan cadangan rakan bogger kita GAP yang mencadangkan agar nama MALAYSIA ditukar semula kepada nama asalnya iaitu PERSEKUTUAN TANAH MELAYU, sekiranya nama MALAYSIA telah menyebabkan segolongan kaum pendatang dari ‘Yellow River’ lupa bahawa MALAYSIA adalah LAND OF THE MALAYS, atau TANAH BANGSA MELAYU.

Kalungan TAHNIAH ISTIMEWA kita sudah semestinya kepada Presiden UMNO merangkap Pengerusi BN, DS Najib  Tun Razak, di atas peranannya yang begitu effective sebagai PANGLIMA AGUNG jentera pilihanraya UMNO/BN di atas kejayaan BN di bawah kepimpinannya merampas semula Perak dan Kedah. Aku menggunakan perkataan RAMPAS SEMULA bagi negeri Perak, kerana sebagaimana kita semua tahu, pada PRU12 dahulu, Negeri Perak pada mulanya telah jatuh ke tangan Pakatan….sebelum kembali semula ke tangan BN berikutan tindakan 3 orang ADUN DAP dan PKR melompat keluar dari parti-parti mereka. Sedangkan dalam PRU kali ini, BN telah berjaya mendapat SIMPLE MAJORITY apabila memenangi 31 dari 59 kerusi DUN Perak.

Namun begitu, kita terpaksa MENELAN hakikat bahawa harapan besar BN untuk mencapai LANDSLIDE VICTORY di dalam PRU kali ini telah direncatkan sedikit oleh apa yang digambarkan sendiri oleh DS Najib, dan beberapa pemimpin UMNO dan BN yang lain,  sebagai ‘Chinese Tsunami’ yang amat ketara telah mempengaruhi keputusan-keputusan PRU di selatan SEMENANJUNG TANAH MELAYU, terutama di Negeri Johor. Aku amat bersetuju dengan penggunaan istilah ‘Chinese Tsunami’. Cuma, aku kurang bersetuju jika kita beranggapan bahawa pada PRU13 ini sahaja telah berlaku ‘Chinese Tsunami’.

Aku percaya ramai rakan-rakan bloggers akan bersetuju dengan aku bahawa ‘Chinese Tsunami Phase 1’ telah bermula pada PRU12 pada tahun 2008. Pada PRU12 2008, ‘Chinese Tsunami Phase 1’ telah meledak dengan EPICENTRE di Lembah Kelang, yang telah melanda negeri-negeri Lembah Kelang, dan sekitar Lembah Kelang. Selangor telah jatuh ke tangan Pakatan, begitu juga kawasan-kawasan Parlimen di Kuala Lumpur. Pakatan juga telah menumbangkan Kerajaan BN di Perak walaupun dengan majoriti tipis. Malah kesan ‘Chinese Tsunami Phase 1’ hampir menjatuhkan Kerajaan BN di Negeri Sembilan. Namun begitu, keputusan-keputusan PRU12 di Melaka, Johor, Sabah dan Sarawak yang jelas memihak kepada BN menunjukkan bahawa kesan ‘Chinese Tsunami Phase 1’ belum lagi sampai ke negeri-negeri selatan SEMENANJUNG TANAH MELAYU, juga belum sampai ke Sabah dan Sarawak.

Apa yang berlaku di Johor pada PRU kali ini, di mana bekas Menteri Besar Johor, Ab Ghani Othman,  ditewaskan di Gelang Patah, dan di Parlimen Bukit Katil, Melaka, di mana bekas Ketua Menteri Melaka, DS Mohd Ali Rustam telah ditewaskan di kawasan Parlimen tersebut , membuktikan bahawa ‘Chinese Tsunami Phase 2’ telah sampai ke selatan SEMENANJUNG TANAH MELAYU. Gelombang ‘Chinese Tsunami Phase 2’ juga nampaknya telah melanda sebahagian pantai-pantai Sabah dan Sarawak, walaupun kekuatannya telah berkurangan di dalam menyeberangi Laut China Selatan.

Bagi umat Melayu dan umat Islam, kita bersyukur kepada Allah swt, kerana KESAN MAKSIMA ‘Chinese Tsunami Phase 1 & 2’ yang mana gelombangnya telah pun sampai ke seluruh negara, TELAH GAGAL menggugat kekuasaan BN di dalam menguasai pemerintahan negara Malaysia. Tahniah sekali lagi kepada semua pihak yang telah MEMPERKASA pertahanan UMNO/BN, termasuk rakan-rakan bloggers pro-BN yang telah memberikan bakti kepada Agama, Bangsa dan Negara, kebanyakannya secara sukarela, tanpa apa-apa bayaran. Semuanya kita lakukan demi MEMPERTAHAN dan MEMPERKASA kekuasaan Melayu dan Islam di Malaysia, yang merupakan kesinambungan kepada EMPIRE KEKUASAAN MELAYU di bahagian dunia yang dipanggil KEPULAUAN MELAYU atau MALAY ARCHIPELAGO ini.

Aku percaya, ‘Chinese Tsunami Phase 2’ adalah Final Phase atau Fasa Terakhir, kerana kesan kedua-dua Fasa ‘Chinese Tsunami’ telah pun sampai ke seluruh pelusuk tanahair. Tidak akan berlaku lagi ‘Chinese Tsunami’ selepas ini……apa yang akan berlaku hanyalah ‘Malay Tsunami’….yang kesannya….hanya Allah swt yang Maha Mengetahui.

Kerajaan Wajar LONGGARKAN Syarat Kerakyatan Bagi Kaum Melayu, Tetapi KETATKAN Syarat Bagi Kaum Bukan Melayu

January 30, 2013

Perkataan MALAYsia bermakna ‘Tanah Bangsa Melayu’ atau ‘Land of the Malays’. Selain dari MALAYSIA, tidak ada lagi negara di dunia ini yang namanya dikaitkan dengan BANGSA MELAYU.

Umat Melayu bertebaran di seluruh dunia. Rumpun Melayu merupakan  90% dari penduduk Indonesia dan 66% penduduk Brunei, namun begitu nama-nama Indonesia dan Brunei tidak dikaitkan dengan identiti bangsa-bangsa Rumpun Melayu yang terdapat di Indonesia atau Brunei. Rumpun Melayu pula merupakan minoriti di negara jiran Malaysia iaitu   15% penduduk Singapura,  5-10% penduduk  Filipina dan 5% penduduk Thailand. Terdapat juga kumpulan besar umat Melayu di Sri Lanka dan Afrika Selatan.

Namun begitu, tidak boleh dinafikan bahawa SEJARAH telah mengiktiraf RUMPUN MELAYU sebagai pemerintah dan penduduk asal kepada suatu bahagian dunia yang dinamakan KEPULAUAN MELAYU, yang disebut oleh bangsa-bangsa penjajah Eropah sebagai MALAY ARCHIPELAGO, yang mencakupi sebahagian besar wilayah ‘semenanjung dan pulau-pulau’ ASIA TENGGARA. Malah, bahasa Melayu dipertuturkan oleh kira-kira 300 juta Rumpun Melayu di bahagian dunia ini, menjadikannya sebagai bahasa ke-lima paling meluas penggunaannya di dunia.

Memandangkan Bangsa Melayu dan Rumpun Melayu adalah penduduk asal KEPULAUAN MELAYU, adalah amat wajar sekiranya umat Melayu dari mana-mana negara yang merupakan sebahagian dari KEPULAUAN MELAYU diberi KELONGGARAN untuk berhijrah ke negara-negara KEPULAUAN MELAYU yang lain. Umpamanya, umat Melayu di selatan Thailand, selatan Filipina, Singapura dan Indonesia, wajar diberi kelonggaran untuk berhijrah ke Malaysia, malah untuk memohon menjadi warganegara negara ini. Sebagai sebahagian dari Rumpun Melayu, mereka bertutur Bahasa Melayu, menganut agama Islam dan mengamalkan budaya dan adat resam yang sama dengan kita di Malaysia.

Namun begitu, kelonggaran yang sama tidak wajar diberikan kepada mereka dari luar KEPULAUAN MELAYU, kerana mereka tidak boleh bertutur Bahasa Melayu, tidak menganut agama Islam, dan jauh sekali mengamalkan kebudayaan dan adat resam Melayu. Sekiranya jumlah kaum minoriti yang tidak boleh bertutur Bahasa Melayu, tidak menganut agama Islam, dan tidak mengamalkan budaya Melayu, diberi kelonggaran yang sama sehingga menjadi minoriti yang terlalu besar, atau sehingga jumlah mereka mengatasi jumlah penduduk asal Rumpun Melayu, tidak mustahil keadaan seperti ini boleh membuka ruang kepada persengketaan kaum suatu hari nanti. Malah sejarah telah membuktikan bagaimana kaum pendatang warganegara China, yang berhijrah ke Tanah Melayu asalnya untuk mencari peluang pekerjaan, yang menganggotai Parti Komunis Malaya, telah cuba merampas kuasa dari tangan orang Melayu sebaik sahaja Jepun menyerah kalah pada tahun 1945.

Sebagai perbandingan, kita lihat sahaja bagaimana negara Israel menggunakan ‘The Laws of Return’ untuk menerima semua bangsa Yahudi dari mana-mana sahaja pelusuk dunia berhijrah atau kembali ke Israel, dan menjadi warganegara Israel. Begitu juga negara jiran kita Singapura yang memberikan banyak KELONGGARAN kepada kaum Cina untuk berhijrah ke negara pulau itu sebagai ‘permanent residents’, malah sebagai warganegara Singapura. Malah, kalau kita perhatikan komposisi kaum negara-negara ‘Greater China’ termasuk Republik Rakyat China, Hong Kong, Taiwan dan Macao, penduduk bangsa Cina merupakan lebih 95% dari penduduk negara-negara tersebut, membuktikan negara-negara tersebut seolah-olah SECARA TERANCANG menyekat penghijrahan kaum bukan Cina ke negara-negara tersebut, apatah lagi menerima bukan Cina sebagai warganegara mereka.

Memandangkan negara-negara ‘Greater China’ dan Singapura begitu tegas di dalam mempertahankan komposisi kaum Cina di negara masing-masing, aku fikir, apa salahnya Kerajaan kita MELONGGARKAN syarat-syarat kerakyatan untuk Rumpun Melayu menjadi warganegara MALAYsia….dan MENGETATKAN syarat-syarat kerakyatan untuk mereka dari luar Rumpun Melayu.

Are Singapore Immigration Policies Based On RACIAL QUOTA Favouring the Chinese?

January 19, 2013

Ever since its ‘independence’ from Malaysia in 1965, Singapore has been ruled by the Chinese-centred People’s Action Party, or PAP. Prior to the ‘independence’, PAP managed to win a Parlimentary seat in Semenanjung Tanah Melayu, ie Bangsar. The PAP only member of Parliment was Mr. Devan Nair, who, after the ‘independence’ of Singapore, became one of the founding members of  the ‘Malaysian-version’ of PAP, the Democratic Action Party, or DAP.

One of major objectives of both PAP and DAP was to abolish the ‘Kedudukan istimewa Melayu’ provisions in the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. Despite an Indian  being the first Secretary General of DAP, the DAP has been Chinese-centred, like its predecessor PAP of Singapore. Devan Nair was called back to Singapore in 1968, and later appointed President of Singapore. His post as the Secretary General of DAP was briefly passed on to Goh Hock Guan before it went into the hand of Lim Kit Siang in 1969,  for the next 30 years. It was the year of DAP’s debut in Malaysian General Election on 9th May, and according to the late Tunku Abdul Rahman, the first Prime Minister of Malaysia,  it was the PROVOCATIVE  VICTORY PARADES organised  by DAP in the heart of Kuala Lumpur  on 10th, 11th and 12th May  which sparked off the 13th May 1969 worst RACIAL RIOT the country had ever witnessed.

I’m here today not to reflect back on the HORRENDOUS EVENTS of 1969, but would like to draw the attention of fellow bloggers and visitors to my site across the world, towards PAP-ruled Singapore, in particular its Immigration policies. This may provide us a good insight into what DAP, the Malaysian counterpart of PAP Singapore, would be indulging themselves in should they be in position of power.

Let me start by highlighting the RACIAL COMPOSITION of the RESIDENT POPULATION of Singapore. According to an analysis by the Washington-based Migration Policy Institute, the RESIDENT POPULATION of Singapore in 2010 was 3,771,721, comprising of 74.11% Chinese, 13.4% Malays, 9.2% Indians and 3.3% others.

According to the same analysis, Singapore RESIDENT POPULATION is divided into two catagories, CITIZENS and PERMANENT RESIDENTS(PR).  PR have the same responsibilities and benefits like the CITIZENS, apart from not being allowed to vote in Singapore elections. In, 2010, out of the total Singapore RESIDENTS POPULATION, 14.34% are those with PR status. Out of the 541,002 PR, 61.4% are Chinese, 3.0% Malays, 20.4% Indians and 15.2% others.

Based on the figures by the Migration Policy Institute, very GLARING FACT about the racial composition of the Singapore PR population is the VAST DISPARITY between the percentage of Chinese PR(61.4%) and the Malays PR(3.0 %), compared to RACIAL COMPOSITION of Singapore RESIDENTS POPULATION. Infact the composition of Indian PR(20.4%) is 7 times higher than that of the Malays. PAP officials may attribute the GLARING FACT on certain procedures like requiring potential PR  to be of certain economic and career standings and background, like having to be from Professional groupings, established businessmen etc. However, its an open secret that Singapore Government have been more inclined to ‘recruit’ PR from countries of ‘Greater China’ like Hong Kong, Macao and People’s Republic of China itself. Its no co-incidence that in 1989, Singapore had put in place several policies to encourage ‘skilled people'(to be read as ‘skilled Chinese) from Hong Kong to settle down in Singapore as PRs.

We do not have to be ‘geniuses’  like Lee Kuan Yew, Goh Chock Tong and Lee Hsien Loong,  to read ‘between the lines’ that such policies were meant to bring in MORE CHINESE into Singapore, and to provide checks on the increase of its Malay population.

Malays Or Chinese CONTRIBUTED MOST To Corrupt Practices – Comparison Between Malaysia and People’s Republic of China

December 19, 2012

Many of us must have been tickled by a statement made by one of newly-appointed Vice-Presidents of DAP, Dr. Ariffin C.M. Omar, blaming the ‘monopoly’ (using his words) of Civil Service by the Malays for CORRUPT PRACTICES in the country. I believe that, the ‘hidden’ message in the statement was, should more Chinese be admitted to the Civil Service, the country will be managed better and there will be less corruption.

Before we find out whether there’s any grain of truth in the statement, let me point out that until very recent past, until last couple of years, generally, the Chinese looked down on employment in Civil Service due to its low pay. Least attractive to them were employment in security-related services like the military and the police force.  Chinese graduates were more tempted to find employment in Chinese-dominated private sector which offered much more attractive pay. Thousands of them even opted for employment overseas after finishing their studies, where salaries are paid in British pounds, Singapore dollars, American dollars, or Australian dollars.

Despite such circumstances which gave rise to Malays dominating the  Civil Service, the opposition parties are inclined to inciting hatred among the non-Malays, in particular the Chinese, towards the UMNO and BN Government, by claiming that entrance of non-Malays into Civil Service were much restricted and the non-Malays were victims of discrimination. It’s very surprising that Dr. Ariffin are not aware of those circumstances before making such sweeping statement.

More surprising, Dr. Ariffin must be unaware that the Transparency International(TI) had published its latest findings on corrupt practices accross the world,  and had listed Malaysia well above People’s Republic of China in its 2012 ‘Corruption Perception Index(CPI)’. The listing involved 176 countries, and the countries were listed based on scales ranging from 100(most clean) to 0(most corrupted). The latest listing put Malaysia at No.3 among ASEAN countries, and No.54 worldwide with a score of 49, while China was placed at No.80 with a score of 39.

This means, a country called People’s Republic of China, with 95% of its 1.2 billion population are Chinese, is one of the more corrupted countries in the world!!! Since the ‘diaspora’ of Chinese all over the world originated from the Mainland China, such despicable ranking of China in the CPI tells us a lot about the level of corrupt practices among the Chinese in general, whether they are citizens of People’s Republic of China, or they are citizens of countries in South-east Asia, or other countries of the world.

What’s then the basis of Dr.Ariffin’s ‘most stupid assumption’ that the Malays ‘monopoly’ of the Civil Service is the reason for corrupt practices in the country? Are the Malays running the Civil Service in China too….that China is listed well below Malaysia?? Infact, without the open secret ‘under-table’ role of Chinese businessmen in Malaysia, Malaysia could have been listed 40-50 positions above the present No. 54.

It is obvious that only a few ‘stupid Malays’ are enticed, or even paid for, to join DAP, and that only such fools are prepared to be used as ‘window dressing’ for DAP,  to hide their grudges, hatred and ill-intentions against the Malays.

Is It Wise To Allow Existence of Political Parties Whose Aim Is To Do Away With THE SPIRIT OF SOCIAL CONTRACT

September 8, 2012

I began to venture into ‘cyberspace’ after the General Election 2008, after witnessing the massive decline the support of the rakyat towards the ruling BN Party. It may not be accurate to describe it as ‘declining support of the rakyat’……its more accurate to describe it as ‘declining support of the Malaysian Chinese voters’ towards the BN. I frequented mainly pro-opposition blogs like Malaysia Today, and its related MT People’s Portal, to try to understand the thinking of the Malaysian Chinese which had led to the declining support for the BN among the community.

Its mind-boggling to note that, as late as 2004 General Election, more than 50% of the Malaysian Chinese were still behind the BN, which had landed the BN with LANDSLIDE GENERAL ELECTION VICTORY in the 2004 General Election. Then, the BN under Pak Lah secured more than 90% of the Parlimentary seats. Even in 2007 Bye-election in Ijok in 2007, the non-Malays were still well behind the BN when an Indian teacher  representing MIC/BN secured a bye-election victory over TS Khalid Ibrahim, the present Menteri Besar of Selangor, who represented the PKR. I had been looking for an answer….

From the ‘voyage’, I came out with a conclusion that, a few months before the 2008 General Election, overwhelming majority of Malaysian Chinese voters were ‘poisoned’ and persuaded by the PKR de-facto leader Anwar Ibrahim to enter into a POLITICAL GAMBLE, with the aim of set aside the SPIRIT OF SOCIAL CONTRACT, and its related policies like the SPECIAL POSITION OF MALAYS/BUMIPUTRA, NEP, QUOTA SYSTEM FOR SCHOLARSHIPS AND PLACES IN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES, BUMIPUTRA ONLY CONTRACTS and such likes.

Its quite obvious that, a few years before the independence of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, the IMMIGRANT FOREFATHERS of the present Malaysian Chinese, DID AGREE to the terms of SOCIAL CONTRACT, just for the sake of being granted citizenship of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu. They were only required to accept the fact that the MALAYS were the original inhabitants and rulers of the Malay Lands, hence their SPECIAL POSITION in the eye of the Federal Constitution. In return, 1.2 million IMMIGRANT CHINESE were then granted citizenship of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, which entitled them all rights as citizens of the country, including becoming voters and taking part in the country’s General Elections to determine the the  government of the country.

In retrospect, even well before the SOCIAL CONTRACT which had become part and parcel of the Constitution of the Persekutuan Tanah Melayu in 1948, the IMMIGRANT CHINESE were bent on taking over the political power in the country by using the ‘three-starred’ BINTANG TIGA, another name for the Malayan Communist Party(MCP) in 1945, upon the surrender of the Japanese. However such attempt was foiled by the returning British. When the British Military Administration decided to rescind the Malayan Union and replaced it with Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, the majority of the IMMIGRANT CHINESE were persuaded to support the Chinese-centred Malayan Communist Party(MCP) to wrestle power from the Malays-dominated Government of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, by triggering ARMED INSURRECTION. By 1960, the MCP were defeated and were forced to withdraw their armed units across the border into southern Thailand.

After Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak were merged with the other 11 states of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu in 1963, certain section of the Malaysian Chinese were still bent on usurping political power from the ruling UMNO-dominated Alliance Party, this time through democratic process, by supporting the Singapore-based People’s Action Party(PAP) who advocated the MALAYSIAN MALAYSIA. The leader of the party, Lee Kuan Yiew were busy touring other states including Sabah and Sarawak with the message that had the Chinese and Indians, which made up 60% of Malaysian population then were united, they would be able to secure majority votes in the General Election. Fortunately for the Malays, the then Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra, took a pro-active action by EXPELLING Singapore from Malaysia. Again, another ambitious attempt by the Malaysian Chinese were foiled.

Despite being expelled from Malaysia, the PAP apparently left behind them the seed for the formation of the Democratic Action PartyDAP), the Chinese-centred opposition party who have been advocating the same message MALAYSIAN MALAYSIA as their predecessor PAP. To the Malays, MALAYSIA MALAYSIA is similar in concept to the MALAYAN UNION which were bitterly opposed by the Malays. DAP made their debut in the 1969 General Election, and ‘co-incidently’, the RACIAL RIOT TRAGEDY OF 1969 erupted only days after the date of the General Election. Despite making some gains in the General Election, DAP had been at the fringe of Malaysian political centre stage for decades….until certain event took place in 1998.

In 1998, Anwar Ibrahim was sacked from UMNO and stripped of his position as Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister of the country. Apparently, the incident provided a ‘life-line’ for DAP. In his desperate effort to remain relevance in Malaysian politics, Anwar Ibrahim persuaded the Malaysian Chinese to support him, by offering a NEW DAWN, whereby he would abolish all policies which favour the Malays including the New Economic Policiy(NEP). In simple term, Anwar Ibrahim, had opened the way for the Chinese to support him to demolish the foundations of our nation. Anwar Ibrahim soon became a CHAMPION of the Chinese cause. In 2008 General Election, the Chinese, for the first time, entered their most risky POLITICAL GAMBLE, by throwing their support for DAP and Anwar Ibrahim. Although not all Malaysian Chinese changed their political allegiance, an OVERWHELMING MAJORITY did.

In certain other countries, certain political parties were BANNED from existing, let alone taking part in General Election, if the parties do not subscribe to BASIC PRINCIPLES/IDEOLOGIES of the state. Many political parties were banned in Turkey when their aims of political struggle were detected have the potential of compromising the SECULAR BASIS of the state. In China, only COMMUNIST PARTY OF CHINA are allowed to take part in China’s political elections. The question for the Malays/Bumiputras now is, is it really wise for our Government to allow the existence of political parties whose aims and objectives include the ABOLITION OF THE SPIRIT OF SOCIAL CONTRACT which had been one of the corner-stones of the foundation of our country Malaysia?


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