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Datuk Jamal – New Malay LEADER Born Out of Bersih4.0

September 25, 2015

Not many people know Datuk Jamal  Md Yunos, before Bersih4.0 on 29-30th August 2015. Although he has been the Sungai Besar division leader for quite some time, his name never surfaced. His name and face only surfaced in social media and newspapers in the run up to recent Bersih4.0 demonstration.

Not many will dispute that the RED SHIRTS rally was not initiated by UMNO. Instead, it was started by a number of Malay NGOs. Not many also will dispute that certain credit should accorded to Datuk Jamal for his role as the ‘de facto’ co-ordinator of RED SHIRTS rally. Without his ‘leading by example’ role, its very unlikely that DS Ali Rustam, TS Anuar Musa or DS Noh Omar would be able to attract such a huge participation in RED SHIRTS.

Its not difficult to understand why demos like Bersih4.0 gave rise to Malay leaders like Datuk Jamal. Its no secret that the ‘de facto’ organiser of Bersih4.0 was the Chinese-centred DAP. Since their debut in Malaysian general election in 1969, DAP has been drumming their ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ struggle. ‘Malaysian Malaysia’ as a slogan may look like a fair objective…but, its SERIOUSLY opposed to the spirit of the ‘Malay-centred’ Federal Constitution.

Bersih4.0 was no longer about fair election. Had our general elections been unfair, how could opposition parties managed to win in Selangor, Penang and Kelantan? Whats the main objective of Bersih4.0 then? Its none other than to call for resignation of DS Najib, as the Prime Minister of the country.

The RED SHIRTS rally’s main objective was the opposite of what Bersih4.0. RED SHIRTS would like to show to the rest of Malaysians and the whole world that DS Najib commands the support of the Malays….as opposed to the demands and wishes of the DAP Chinese.

Leadership and single-mindedness of Datuk Jamal was very crucial in successful planning and execution of RED SHIRTS rally. He has earned RECOGNITION as one of OUTSTANDING Malay new leaders…thanks to Bersih4.0.

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RED SHIRTS Rally Consistent With MALAYSIA DAY Celebration

September 16, 2015

The Peninsular part of Malaya, the Federation of Malaya, or Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, gained independence from the British in 1957. Despite the then on-going  armed insurgency by the Chinese-based Parti Komunis Malaya(PKM), the UMNO-led government of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu was seen as capable to bring peace, stability and prosperity to the newly independent nation.

Early success story of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu had persuaded the British, who were then, still the colonial masters of Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak, to bring the three entities into the more stable Malaya. Singapore was then still seen incapable of fighting off the onslaught of communism. Sabah was being claimed by the Philipines to be part of their territory. Sarawak on the other hand was a subject of territorial claim by Indonesia.

Those were believed to be the main reason for the formation of Malaysia, the merger of Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak with the already stable Malaya. Otherwise, only almighty God knows what would have happened to those three colonies. Singapore could have become part of the communist China. Sabah could have been reclaimed by the Sulu Sultanate part of the Philipines. Sarawak could have been swallowed by the Indonesia part of Borneo.

Malaysia was officially formed on 16th September 1963, on today date, 52 years ago.

The history of formation of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, which became the ‘senior component’ of Malaysia can not be detached from the history of formation of United Malays National Organisation(UMNO) to fight the Malayan Union, the role of UMNO in fighting for independence, and the challenges faced by the UMNO-led government in defending the independence…from the armed insurgency by the Chinese-led communists.

The same story of Malay-led Government and Chinese-led opposition seemed to repeat itself in the run-up to the double celebrations of Independence Day on 31st August and the Malaysia Day on 16th September. The DAP/Chinese-led rally which was called Bersih4.0 on the eve of independence day was seen by many as utterly inappropriate and signified serious lack of respect for the auspicious date. Worst still, the Bersih4.0 rally revealed scenes of Chinese young girls stamping their feet on pictures of top two Malay leaders, PM Najib Tun Razak, and DS Hj Hadi Awang the President of PAS.

The RED SHIRT rally is to remind all Malaysians the pivotal role of  UMNO-led Malays in the country’s struggle for independence of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu and the formation of Malaysia. Its nothing about ‘ketuanan Melayu’ or ‘Malays supremacy’ or racism. The Malays only demand DUE RESPECT by their fellow Malaysians.

If we see things from this point of view, its not too difficult to agree that the RED SHIRTS rally is consistent with the spirit of the earlier struggles led by the Malays, towards achieving the independence of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu and the formation of Malaysia.

Happy RED GATHERING and HAPPY MALAYSIA DAY for all.

People’s Power – Relevance of Ballet Boxes and Street Demonstrations

September 15, 2015

Most modern governments, especially the developed countries of Europe and the Americas, are elected through the ballet boxes or General Elections. This is one of the main tenets of democracy. Democracy has spread to developing countries, including Asia and Africa…with varying degree of success.

Thailand is a democratic country, but their way of bringing up and down of governments has been a mixture of ballet boxes, military coup and even by street demonstrations. The former Thaksin Shinawatra government in Thailand, which was elected through a democratic process in a general election, was brought down by street demonstrations, with eventual intervention by the military. Such scenario do also happen in several other developing countries.

Meaning, its not uncommon in developing countries for governments which were elected democratically, be brought down by street demonstrations or by the military.

Taking this into consideration, a political party who seek to gain political power…and ability to defend it…must have combined strength of democratic machines and ‘strength’ on the street as well. Any political party who under-estimate or overlook this, will do so at their own peril.

After all, most international boundaries of countries of the world were rarely established by democratic or diplomatic means. Most were established through physical strength, physical battles and wars.

Since tomorrow is our MALAYSIA DAY, may I take this opportunity to CONGRATULATE our fellow Malaysians in conjunction with the auspicious day.

I also would like to take this opportunity to wish ALL THE BEST to the RED SHIRTS who are gathering in Kuala Lumpur. I’m sure, the gathering is meant to UNITE and STABILISE our country.

Lim The Father SHOCKED That Former UMNO Leader Behind RED SHIRTS?

September 14, 2015

For the past one week or so, Lim Kit Siang(Lim the Father) looked very anxious and jittery. Malays call this syndrome as ‘cacing kepanasan’. Yesterday, he expressed SHOCK that, as he claimed, a former UMNO leader is the master-mind behind the RED SHIRTS planned rally on this coming Malaysia Day.

But, why the SHOCK?

Is there any thing wrong if a former UMNO leader, or even an active UMNO leader for that matter, to master-mind a street demonstration….if his claim were correct.

Or, is in Lim’s mind, only anti-government NGOs and opposition parties have the exclusive right to hold street demos. After all its an open secret that Lim the Father and DAP was the actual organisor of recently-held Bersih 4.0.

Actually Lim the Father is getting really worried that this coming RED SHIRTS rally may, by intention or by accident, spark off certain street violence, fights or clashes. After all, Lim the Father was involved in DAP ‘victory parades’ in the middle of Kuala Lumpur in 1969, which sparked off the 13th May racial riots, the worst racial clashes our country ever experienced.

Why Lim the Father is ‘dead’ worried? He is ‘dead’ worried because should the rally end up into ‘horrible incidences’, all fingers will be directed at him. But, why at him. Simple. Lim the Father and DAP were master-mind of Bersih4.0, which revealed to us all HOW HATEFUL is the DAP supporters towards Malay top leaders…as symbolised in the ‘stepping on Najib & Hj Hadi pictures’.

Its the provocative and disrespectful antics of the participants in Bersih4.0 which had triggered the RED SHIRTS movement. Overwhelming majority of Malays, the Malays silent majority, were much antagonized and infuriated by those antics. They knew that Lim the Father and DAP had stepped on the RED LINE.

Malays are actually naturally friendly, fun-loving and peace loving people. They have been living in peace and harmony with their fellow Malaysians of all races…..until Lim the Father started HATE UMNO politics. Since the majority of Malays are supportive of UMNO and their leaders….any campaign of hate against UMNO and their leaders is not much different from CAMPAIGN OF HATE AGAINST THE MALAYS AND THEIR LEADERS.

Its really up to Lim the Father, Lim the Son and DAP Chinese to make a very important decision at the cross-road of our country’s history….to live in harmony with the Malays…or to keep on trying to undermine the political power of the Malays. Stop the ‘baling batu sembunyi tangan’ antics, stop from being ‘batu api’ among the Malay grouping…..because at the end of the day, only DAP supporters will be ‘outcast’ in this God-blessed Malaysia, ‘Land of the Malays’.

Yellow Shirts Against Najib, RED SHIRTS Support Najib

September 12, 2015

Yellow Shirts were orchestrated by Lim Kit Siang and DAP. The main reason for the THOUGHTLESS demo on the eve of the country’s independence day was to call for Najib’s resignation.

What’s the reason for Yellow Shirts to call for Najib’s resignation? DAP can come out with 1001 excuses to call for Najib’s resignation. All because Najib is the President of UMNO. UMNO is the only ‘great wall’ defending the rights of the Malays as embodied in the country’s Constitution…hence UMNO is the defender of the Constitution.

Lim Kit Siang make enemy with Najib, not because he is the husband of Rosmah, but because Najib is the President of UMNO. In fact whoever becomes President of UMNO will be the No.1 enemy of DAP. DAP even willing to ‘lick Dr Mahathir’s ass’ as long as Dr Mahathir can cause some trouble to Najib and UMNO.

RED SHIRTS are the people who are standing up for Najib. They are standing up for Najib because Najib is the President of UMNO, and UMNO is the defender of Malay rights and the country’s Constitution.

Najib needs people who love him, support him and defend him. Loyal supporters are all that you should care for in politics. RED SHIRTS are Najib’s loyalists and defenders.

If I were in Najib’s position, I would instruct Zaid, to instruct PDRM, to issue permit to RED SHIRTS to hold their gathering wherever they like, in whatever manner they like.

If I were Najib, I would listen to my loyalists and supporters first and foremost. Do not ever disappoint your own loyal supporters. At the end of the day…its only the Malays who will go all out to support you Sir.

RED SHIRTS Reflect the FEELINGS of Silent Majority Malays

September 11, 2015

Today, two of ‘half-Malays’ has spoken against the coming RED SHIRTS rally in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Mujahid Yusof Rawa appealed for the rally to be cancelled, while Zaid Ibrahim mockingly predicted that the rally would be laughing stock for the Malays.

The question is, who they represent? Mujahid Yusof Rawa has just been thrown out of PAS leadership. He is one of the G 18, group of former PAS leaders who were thrown out of PAS leadership…who have just set up a ‘splinter’ party, Parti Amanah Negara(PAN). To the disappointment of their PUPPET MASTER, the DAP, Mujahid and G18 failed to mobolise big enough number of Malays for Bersih4.0, to the extent that even the SECULAR BITCH Ambeega also missed the presence of the ISLAMIST PAS.

Zaid Ibrahim has for quite some time…living in a world of his own. After resigning as a minister…as a protest against the ISA arrest of  Teresa Kok, he flirted with PKR…but not for long. He was booted out of PKR by Azmin. He then set up his own political party(sorry Zaid…I can not even remember the name now…I hope you still can). Even his own party later booted him out. so, whom is he speaking for?

Contrary to what the two ‘half-Malays’ above, the activists behind the RED SHIRTS are seen more capable of ‘feeling’ the heart and mind of overwhelming majority of Malays. Majority of Malays are quite satisfied to remain as ‘silent majority’ as long as they have sufficient confidence in our security agencies like PDRM in looking after the dignity of Malays and their revered leaders.

Overwhelming majority of Malays were SPELL-BOUND when our PDRM appeared to be HELPLESS in the face of recent Bersih4.0 rally. The rally was declared ILLEGAL by PDRM…even the wearing of the yellow shirts was decreed ILLEGAL. Despite that, Bersih4.0 went on as planned by the ‘DAP puppet’ organisers. Obviously our PDRM had sent a wrong signal to both the ‘DAP puppet’ organisers….as well the ‘silent majority’ Malays.

Overwhelming majority of ‘silent majority’ Malays were REALLY DISTURBED by the apparent helplessness of our PDRM in facing up to Bersih4.0. The rally was ILLEGAL, but all key leaders of the opposition were there. Lim Kit Siang was there. Lim Guan Eng was there. Wan Azizah was there. Azmin was there. Mat Sabu was there. Has any action been taken against them???

I’m just an ordinary Malay…but I know how to read the ‘heart beat’ of my fellow Malays. The Malays were not happy with so much ‘freedom’ and tolerance being accorded to the ‘ungrateful race’ supportive of DAP. If PDRM is not capable of dealing with the ‘ungrateful race’, let the ordinary Malays on the street help themselves…protecting the dignity of the Malays.

Thats the message of the RED SHIRTS…and it reflects the FEELINGS of millions of ‘silent majority’ Malays.

Kerjasama UMNO PAS – Nazri Aziz Bimbang Hilang Tempat

September 10, 2015

Tidak dapat dinafikan DS Nazri Aziz adalah antara tokoh politik Melayu yang ‘colourful’. Di antara kelebihan beliau ialah sifat kesetiaan kepada pemimpin ‘of the day’. Malah beliau bersedia menjadi ‘galang ganti’ apabila pemimpin ‘of the day’nya diserang atau dipertikaikan.

Beliau tidak ‘heran’ kepada sesiapa. Di dalam menegakkan apa yang dipertahankannya, dia tidak heran dengan TMJ atau TMM.

Namun begitu, aku kurang pasti sejauh mana jiwa KEMELAYUAN dia.

Hari ini, Nazri Aziz dilapurkan telah buat satu kenyataan yg boleh difahami sebagai kurang bersetuju dengan usaha untuk merapatkan kembali kerjasama antara UMNO dan PAS. Kita semua tahu bahawa PAS adalah salah satu dari parti-parti politik yang telah mengasaskan Barisan Nasional(BN). Selama 3-4 tahun UMNO dan PAS bersama-sama di dalam BN antara tahun 1075-78, umat Melayu dapat merasakan KEINDAHAN PERPADUAN MELAYU.

Agak malang apabila seorang tokoh seperti Nazri Aziz boleh menaruh kebimbangan akan berlaku perebutan kerusi antara pemimpin UMNO dan PAS….kerana katanya, UMNO dan PAS biasanya bertanding di kawasan yang sama.

Apakah menjaga satu kerusi parlimen atau DUN itu lebih penting dari KEINDAHAN PERPADUAN MELAYU?


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