Actually, I got the inspiration for it from a paragraph in this yet another excellent Helen Ang's posting Tsunami Cina: Baling batu sorok tangan
The paragraph reads -
Jadi kenapa sekarang ini DAP pula menafikan kejayaan sendiri selepas mereka puas bertungkus-lumus dan berhempas-pulas untuk mencetuskan satu Pemberontakan Cina? Ish, ish, ish. Lembu punya susu hendak diberikan nama kepada sapi gak.
Helen then answered that question about the Chinese rebellion as follows -
Fakta-fakta yang dikupas di atas serta kemenangan besar DAP di depan mata mengesahkan bahawa sememangnya telah terjadi tsunami Cina.
Penafian DAP sebagai langkah damage control (mengawal keadaan) memandangkan wujud backlash kemarahan orang Melayu hanya membayangkan sifat hipokrit evangelista DAP yang membaling batu tetapi cuba menyembunyi tangan.
DAP sekadar mahu menipu dengan penafian bodoh sepatnya bahawa tsunami Cina tidak pernah terjadi.
Apa lagi Cina mahu? Cina mahu agar Melayu senantiasa lurus bendul serta telan bulat-bulat segala dolak dalih yang dikeluarkan politikus putar belit evangelis DAP 3.0 mereka.
Ya, the Pakatan people and their apparatus are trying very hard now to deny that it was a Chinese tsunami by labeling it as a Malaysian tsunami instead.
DAP is particularly anxious in preventing the Malays from realizing that Chinese unity is the essential ingredient which enabled the party to make such gains in GE13. The burning of racial sentiments among the Chinese over the years finally paid its dividend for DAP.
The problem now is that despite DAP's gains with over 90 per cent Chinese with them, Pakatan still lose.
Now, if the Malays could pulled the same trick, by uniting like they did during the Malayan Union time which paved the way for the country's independence, then they can regain their political control of the country.
If that happened, things will not be so sweet anymore for the Chinese community who in GE13 decided to choose DAP's divisive racial politics by rejecting even the most moderate among BN leaders.
I know, the chances of Malays uniting under one banner five years from now is rather remote due to their habit of stupidly quarreling with each others. Yet, DAP and its minions such as the MCA's backstabbing the Star newspaper are worried enough by such a possibility that they are trying very hard to bury the Chinese tsunami factor.
They are now preaching all those racial harmony and reconciliation bullshit in the hope that Malays, as they usually do, forget about how they were stabbed in the back....and offer their back again to be stabbed five years from now.
DAP and their Chinese chauvinist operatives are not afraid of anything the Malays may do and they just laughed whenever the Malays threatened to boycott their business.
However, there is an exception to that. It's the only exception - DAP IS AFRAID OF MALAY UNITY.
GE12 was said had been decided by an Indian tsunami...GE13 saw BN suffering from a Chinese tsunami...GE14, will it be the turn of a Malay tsunami?
Oh yes, if it's going to be a Malay tsunami, I am going to call it a Malay tsunami and not by any other name.
Yes, the Chinese do acknowledge Malays are divided into several factions.ReplyDelete
The fact for that matter, Chinese have run their last mile. They have voted en-bloc for DAP only to find they are still unable to topple the BN government. Their numbers are reducing by a few percentage points as years go by due to their inability to breed and in small part, migration to 'better' countries.
And time to murder those fucking Chinese at the next GE...And I do wish MCA will keep its promise of not accepting any Cabinet/Govt posts.Delete
Let the Chinese keep the urban seats and leave them to rot. Reconsider the govt scholarships to non Malays/Bumis or restrict to a token few....and ABSOLUTELY NO GOVT ASSISTANCE TO Chinese schools henceforth.....let them ask DAP to give the funds or raise the funds...Najib, WE ARE WATCHING YOUR EVERY STEP
The day when Bumiputras are 90% of the population would be a good day indeed. And I'm not saying this because I think dominance is good.Delete
I'm saying this because at last, Bumis, Malay or not, can finally berpecah and vote based on policies and ideas, rather than be forced to 'unite' under one party regardless of what policies that party engenders.
Remember, true progress will only be made when IDEAS are allowed to battle, with the best ideas winning. If we continue letting the biggest demographic win, instead of ideas, we will be saddled with the same group in power and the same stale ideas.
When Bumis have 90% of the population, they will no longer be told that they have to put all their eggs in one basket just because the 'other people' might 'defeat' them.
Also, if you're advocating that the government stop funding Chinese schools, conversely, you are agreeing that it's okay if the Chinese stopped paying taxes as well.Delete
Seem like you are really the ultimate Malay racist. Day in day out your post are puttin the Malay to go against Ye Chinese with ultimate aim of eliminate the Chinese. The Chinese votes DAP not because of race but because they want a better governance which under UMNO is promoting corruption and cronyism. It is sad to have such pro BN blogger who is trying very hard to promote apartheid rule to Malaysia.ReplyDelete
Better governance under PR??
NO corruption and cronyism under PR??
Are you dreaming bastard???
DAP leaders such as Lim Guan Eng and Dr Boo Cheng Hau had already been telling the Chinese that they are living under an apartheid rule. They are telling the Chinese that Umno leaders who are Malays are suppressing them and that they are treated as second class citizens. They even tell the Chinese that moderate Umno leaders like Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman is a "racist at heart". You can just google to see if I'm telling the truth about all these. These are the reasons why the Chinese voted en block for DAP. So, you still want to call me a racist for picking up from what your leaders have been saying?Delete
I've lost count reading this dapster's denial crap. You just have to come up with an iron clad excuse that it was not a DAP's Chinese deep seated hatred of the Malays. We will make sure the age of Melayu mudah lupa is over. We will push for "assimilation". You take it or leave it. Before you can handle Malaysia the rakyat want to see a better governance in DAP and PR. Why don't you start with your "faulty-excel" CEC thing and come clean with it. It is deep rooted in your agenda not to have even "1/2 kerat" Malay in your cec ( I heard DAP is a multiracial party; Annie, Helen, can you enlighten me on this ?). DAP is not promoting corruption and cronyism; DAP is just propagating Ah Lim Dynasty. High time you UBAH yourself. Your 1 finger membaalifbayakan orang lain, your 4 fingers membaalifbayakan diri sendiri.Delete
Aiyoo lagi mau spin ka tawkey. Melayu are not listening to you anymore la, most of them have in fact become Ultra. Why don't you go back and increase the prices in your sundry shop some more so that PR can spin that prices of goods have gone up again, there's a good lap dog.Delete
Go away ... chinese dap and malay jews already on voted for DAP - no more idiots to convince... not interested the hear old records playing the same tune over and over again ...Delete
I am just worried about the type of malay tsunamis the nation will face. If the Islamists gain control, then that would be very interesting. UMNO knows this is the easiest way to unite - like duck to water ... whether this is good for the malays, that is nother question...
corruption?...cronyism...?...other's are better than this so called holy than thou claim?... these claims are only illusions to claim and trample other peoples' rights for themselves...Delete
...Among the corrupts are those always 'pay coffee money' to get advantage over something as part of their culture...these people are impatient and full of greed to grab every opportunity arise...and who are these group of people usually known to be good at...you know who these group of people are...
...this group also being obsessed about keeping the money among 'family' members...controlling tightly supply and chain economy...
...yet dare preaching to others on corrupts and cronyism...
...stop being sly people...and insults everyone's intelligence...
The reason why malays will never accept DAP rule is because the they will lose islam as the dominant religion, just like Singapore.Delete
Malay race will fade to the background and replaced with Islam as the future battle cry for the Malays.
This is what the chinese really afraid. They tried to neutralise PAS but failed. They've got Anwar but it wasn't enough.
Now, they'll focus on the liberal malays.
You will make a good comedian. Have you tried that as a profession? No?Delete
Just admit lah. The Chinese vote DAP because LKS promises more goodies and wealth for the Chinese, whereas MCA wants them to kongsi with the Malays. Why make 70% when there are another 30% to be made?
Quoting my DAP supporter colleague - "The chinese will go where there are more wealth to be made" - simple.
Oh gosh.. this is what i'm afraid with the Malay PR supporters. Too blind. You think PR is soooo clean. *tepuk dahi*.. Just go and listen to top ppl who have left PR component parties. Menongkah arus by antarapos is by far the most eye opening. Listen to Tunku Aziz, he said corruption is alive and well in DAP. A friend of LKS some more.. haiyya..Delete
The myriad of reasons given on why the Chinese voted overwhelmingly for DAP (and PAS and PKR too!) all rely on heavy generalisations.Delete
E.g. the Chinese are racist at heart, all they want is money etc.
See, I'm a supporter of education assimilation. Chinese schools should be gradually abolished (in a transparent manner, of course, not a stealthy one) and Chinese language education be assimilated into the national school system (it's good for Malay and Indian kids to learn each other's languages, not least for economic reasons).
But your confrontational attitudes towards the Chinese voters and your tendency to imply malicious and malign intentions on them because of their voting preferences (could your really REALLY not believe that many Chinese voters sincerely believed that PR would give them better governance, instead of voting because they hate Malays) means that this dream will take many, many decades before it even comes close to fruition.
Build bridges, not burn them.
I really enjoy reading your piece after piece...you got 'real guts' and integrity...you called a spade a spade...you know when its ok to be regarded as racist...i like that in you...keep it gal.
I am all for racial hamony. We are a multi-racial country afterall. Who wants chaos - well except for we know who.Delete
We remain civil to those who are rationale and discuss with reasons to exchange ideas and share thoughts. We appreciate critique if it is constructive.
But, when words are turned and twisted, and they keep hitting below the belt, even I, who in the past would be the last person to be considered a racist, have started to fight back.
Remember, the best defense is a good offense.
You Annie, Tai Ze kin and Helen have the utmost respect from me, you guys are all for racial harmony. Just like you, the Chinese has made me a malay ultra. Most Chinese couldn't help expressing their racism. The only time they can be nice to me if they need my money. You give most of them way on the road, don't expect to get a thank you hand gesture. It is as if i'm supposed to do that anyway. It's been there all the while, no need for DAP to give Sapi the name. Sapi rabun need to get their eyes checked.Delete
"to promote apartheid rule to Malaysia."ReplyDelete
I think in apartheid countries last time, the schools are segregated by race. Now who is it that want a separate school system for themselves (from primary to tertiary)? Who is it that wants their kids to be taught in their own mother tongue instead of the national language?
Chinese must now choose, are they Malaysian first or Chinese first? Be honest for once in your life. Be brave too to admit that you are "racist at heart". No need to hide behind meritocracy, fighting corruption-nepotism, clean election, green movement etc etc
Just say "Since we own Malaysian economy, we want to be the Emperor now". Kan senang?
Oh by the way, please STOP USING MALAY NAMES for your products and restaurants. It is truly sickening.
Totally agree with....using Malay name for companies and products. Very deceiving. This. Is what Cina good at. Menipu....kalau tak menipu buck an Cina namanyaDelete
The Chinese cannot be honest by nature..FULL STOP. We have to reclaim our land from these immigrants and chase them to their favourite land..Singapork, Australia or NZ where they will enjoyed being called all kinds of racist names and terms....Trust ONLY the Muslims as however bad they are, they know that eventually they will be examined on Judgement Day and we can seek redress then....Delete
So they use Malay names, because Malay is the national language. Is this not a good thing?Delete
Oh, but I do agree with the bit about assimilating the school systems.Delete
malay unity is not impossible at all, impending and bound to happen.. if and only anwar, niz aziz and hadi are out of the picture.. the chinese tsunami against bn over their race chauvinism is actually legal, can't do anything abt it but i hope they won't cry fault when the malay tsunami comes..ReplyDelete
We should stop worrying about DAP and focus on us.Delete
PKR's compulsive liars leadership will continue. Anwar takde, Nurul Izzah saya rasa lagi power menipu ... dengan muka come pakai tudung ... baru 32 tahun ..
PAS mungkin. Nik Aziz is a goner. Hadi is not as powerful.
Too many dreamers in pkr. Dream on! Go annie go.ReplyDelete
Look on the positive side' Annie' ,when think it's over I think is a blessing that we are having ,Indian tsunami in 2008 and Chinese tsunami 2013 ,it's does open the eyes of the Malay and reminds them (Melayu mudah lupa) that we are still living in nation of separated nationality without common gold . There are no Malaysian Malaysia ,no 1 Malaysia and there is no Malaysian identity to be seen ,educate and brought up in different environment with different language medium expected to have a national unity and it turned out to be a joke that everybody are proud of.ReplyDelete
I wounder what will be Najib next planned ,to woes support of this Chinese and Indian in Malaysia probably abolish Sekolah Kebangsaan ,is to be seen.
Please hv a look and comment on this post by Mr. Syed.
A breathtaking post from a Chinese guy perspective. I think this TAI ZEE KIN dude is what MCA needs.
There will never be any unity in Malaysia.ReplyDelete
Why? As long as people are going to bicker about race and use that as a reason why one is superior than the other, no progress can take place. and for all you know, it is going to be like Palestine-Israel in years to come if this conflict isnt dealt with.
To bicker about race is definitely better than being a traitor and slave to the chinese syaitans.Delete
Whenever there are DAP to remind the chinese of their superiority, there will always be talk of racism. I have no problem with the Indians cos they aren't arrogant. But i have problems with Chinese and my own race, malay. Malay are moulding more and more into Chinese culture of greed, apathy and arrogance. Evry time i queue up at government clinics, there are always one from my own race who'll cut queue. They need a real slapping!Delete
Dear Annie, one and all,ReplyDelete
Bless the beasts and the children ... such that no Beastly Hate shall overpower their innocent joy
Please listen to this song in your hearts:
annie, please continue to take aim at these babis, who are only good at spinning.ReplyDelete
I don't know about the Chinese voting pattern in the next GE, but one thing I will hundred percent sure is that the Malays will vote en-mass to Malays representatives like never before in the next five years. UMNO would win more than 100 parliamentary seats. Far from being weakened, they actually will be getting stronger than ever. The Malays have woken up from their slumber. They never thought the people they thought as their friends have a 'secret plan'. It was a rude awakening. They feel threatened right now. Their survival is at stake..ReplyDelete
Malay please for Heaven sake UNITE !!!! teach this chinese the true meaning of racism.. since they drop the first blood...
Now DAP is really running scared.. chinese community are scared too... Govt will definitely will punish them slowly but surely... things like more Uni seats for indian in expense of chinese. More bank loan for indian SMI & so on & on...
Anything but bloody DAP !!!!
I agree, aku setuju....time for Malays to be as racists, if not more, than the fucking Chinese. Now it should be MALAY FIRST...Delete
dont even dream. 2 of the largest malay groups lead by anugerah 'tuhan'and 'guru' are on dap side. so good luck of malay unity.ReplyDelete
Agree... that is why I am praying for unity instead of hoping...
"Anugerah" will be non-entity by the next GE and guru will be ousted soon, very very soon.Delete
Oo er. Attempt to create a new spin detected.Delete
2 of the largest Malay groups are in PKR and PAS? Which planet did you just come from, Planet Fartface?
We need a great leader to unite us all. Anwar x leh, Nik Aziz dah uzur, Ustaz Hadi x cukup karisma...No to KJ, He is a snake. Anybody who you think good enough? Takkan nak pakai Tun Mahathir manjang kot?ReplyDelete
SAY NO TO KJ. WE DONT NEED ANOTHER PARTY PLAQUE CAUSED BY OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTION IN UMNO.Delete
Dear Annie, sorry a bit out of topic.ReplyDelete
Have you read this? The biaDAP even went all the way to Singapore to cause trouble to Ghani! Good that their people were arrested by Singapore Police for doing illegal demo.
"In response to media queries and a POLICE REPORT on Abdul Ghani allegedly canvassing for votes in Singapore on May 2, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Home Affairs issued the following statement: “The Singapore Police Force confirms that a report was lodged regarding Mr Ghani's visit to Singapore on May 2, 2013. The police’s assessment is that no offence is disclosed from this report. "The acts referred to in the report such as arriving in Singapore, having breakfast or speaking to reporters do not constitute an offence."In the case of Mr Ghani, it would appear that there was no campaigning, although some members of his team were wearing campaign shirts."
Full story here:
Those DAP supporters should hold more demonstrations against Singapore government.Delete
It's quite hypocritical for DAP chiefs LKS and son LGE to play the role of PAP wannabes in Malaysia. Look, PAP despite anything else you want to criticize them for, very courageously made the move to abrogate fully Chinese, Tamil and Malay vernacular schools during the 1980's. I remember when I was young that the Chinese institutions took the greatest offence and protested vehemently that the Singapore government was attempting to annihilate Chinese language and culture. Well the happy events that followed saw the advent of several excellent "Chinese-styled" national schools being managed by Chinese educational trustees having a common English mainstream curriculum with valued-added Chinese subjects curriculum. If I'm not mistaken these Singapore schools are just as good if not better than the Malaysian Chinese fully vernacular school in their command of the Chinese language; the one highly significant characteristic of these integrated national curriculum schools is that their students are very effectively bilingual in English and Chinese, and are very multicultural and global in perspective.Delete
Pardon my layman observation but it appears that the Chinese educated in Malaysia have imbibed a very distinctive Hong Kong lingo and cultural attitude . . . which my Chinese friend in Selangor tells me is because the children growing up for the last fifty years in Malaysia have been heavily influenced by immersion in the culture of Hong Kong films and pop-cultur, for want of anything culturally positive from Communist China before the 90's. Is this an accurate picture of the state of affairs?
I want to believe there is no racism but its just a pipe dream. we are all segregated from young, no ONE public school, no ONE identity but we look at races. I work in housing line and the first thing new buyer ask is the other guy who bought next house what race is he/she? even sales housing agent will tell you this area more malay, this more chinese, etc. So, where is integration? I doubt you can get it unless we make drastic change now. Lets just forget about pkr, they lost and know about it. Anwar is about as relevant as yesterdays spoilt milk. I dont care much about dap as they have already showed this is the best they can do, ie they received about 90% chinese vote, so if they get 100% will it make any difference? Malays will unite, but then at what cost to the country? More racial split? More of the 'i am this, you are that' attitude? Government act now abolish vernacular school. how did the chinese unite themselves before, there are many dialects spoken in china? It was also through language, but it was a common written language. So everyone could understand. If anyone feels this is against their right, then like the new home minister suggested, leave.ReplyDelete
At this stage and time, UNITY is so so outdated. Good, they can start to segregate themselves and the next delineation excercise, we know where the majority will be located.....anything the Chinese do, we can always play the same game, beat them and finish them off till they don't have anymore voices in Parliament. Let them forever be the shrinking minority in the blessed land of Tanah Melayu...Delete
Malay tsunami? Yes it will happen.ReplyDelete
With more of us reaching voting age day by day & the old ones dying out we will see BN flushed out eventually.
How old are you? 15? Hopefully you'll get run over by a car before you become eligible to vote. Buang makanan je kasi kau hidup.Delete
Good posting & comments..so next GE14 we will brand the election warcry as MALAY TSUNAMI....once we achieve that Chinese vernacular schools will go first gradually!! In GE13 we saw how the Chinese played the last straw that broke the camel back...so Malays take heed..UNITE!!ReplyDelete
Read in a few fb posting, and most of my so called friends are dap supporters, they are going to boycott malay shops and tell their chinese suppliers not to supply items to them or delay supply or supply with sub standard parts, see this is getting out of hand. This will just add more flame to the fire and where does this end? Come on givernment do something about this now otherwise next ge, people will just lose faith in your leadership.ReplyDelete
SO what??? Yes, please don't supply to us as your goods are probably tainted and made from inferior materials and surely NOT HALAL. We would rather buy from Indonesia or Thailand and give our money to Thais or Indon and NEVER NEVER to snaky chinese sundry shops or suppliers...So Chinese suppliers, pls boycott and keep your goods to you community...Delete
Let them be......Delete
Aku tak pasti macam mana cina nak boikot kedai melayu! Dah sememangnya cina2 ni tak membeli kedai melayu pun!!ReplyDelete
Dari segi supply ke kedai melayu pula, dorang nak delay atau bagi barangan sub standard? cina2 tu semua buat duit/miniaga untuk cari wang dan kuasa. kalau tatak miniaga, macam mana mau hidup maa... cina mesti juai barang pada semua olang bukan macam melayu, pasaran melayu sahaja harapan terbesar dan kalau bukan melayu membeli produk keluaran melayu, itu ada suatu bonus!! Itu cina juai tetap juai, miniaga sula misti, hatga aja lain lain antala kidai cina dan kidai milayu.
Orang Melayu adalah consumer terbesar. Gunakanlah kuasa pengguna di tangan anda!
Terima kasih dan selamat berjuang!