As everyone knows, Johor BN lost five parliament and 18 State seats last night.
It's the worst ever performance of the coalition in the State despite it still being able to form the State government with a two third majority.
The loss of outgoing Johor MB Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman to DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang in Gelang Patah was the most disastrous.
It marks the death of the moderate "Johor Way".
The "Chinese revolt", as so proudly predicted by the DAP cybertroopers did come true and it swept through the State like wildfire with Ghani being its main victim.
Ghani's 18 years of being fair to all races in the State and the massive development he initiated was not appreciated by the people of Gelang Patah.
The Chinese community which he did his best to care for, totally snubbed him. The Malays, who feel jealous with his attempts to assist the Chinese punished him. The Indian community just stabbed him in the back for no real reason.
Ghani was betrayed on all sides.
And that's the fate of a man who believes in moderation and being judged by his track record instead of the color of his skin.
It's the same fate that befell Prime Minister DS Najib Razak, whose moderate "1Malaysia" and BN's "kongsi" concepts were rejected.
The Chinese community's rejection of those concepts was total.
They rejected the hands of friendship of moderate Malays such as Ghani and Najib.
Somehow, I had felt especially the Chinese community's mood even before the polls yesterday.
Thus, I wrote my Prediction of GE13 outcome
It turned out worse than that, as the Chinese community had not only refused to accept the friendship of the moderate Malays, but they spit in their face.
They choose crooked Malays like Anwar Ibrahim instead to be their friends.
Yes, I am bitter, but not so much for the loss of people like Najib and Ghani, but for the loss of my belief in the concept of moderation.
I'm also bitter for my failure of not seeing how the Chinese community could totally refuse to share this country with the Malays.
Yes, I'm putting it here on record. The Chinese want to have everything they can get their hands on. They want what the Malays have but they will never want to share what they have with the Malays.
Yes, I know, that's a most racist statement. So, go ahead and call me a racist. I don't care anymore.
After all, the moderate side inside me died last night.
Maybe the Chinese side of myself had died too.
chinese supremacy.. cud it be?ReplyDelete
My mat salleh hubby says the same thing. he was for equality before he came here, but after 12 years, he believes equality does not work in the Malaysia context. He also believes that the chinese are not fighting for equality and an end to race based policies. He believes that they are fighting for chinese supremacy, that in their hearts, the chinese really believe that they are superior to the Malays in everyway that matters to them, thus the fight for political supromacy. This in ketuanan cina to the core. The funny part is, hubby works in the private sector and before, in public sector. He says he does not see the much difference in the way the different races work. He has experience with lazy chinese, lazy malays and lazy indians...just as he has had experience with efficient chinese,efficient malays and efficient indians. The funny part is, he says based on experience, the malays are more efficient and compassionate in their work, versus the chinese...follow by the book, like a robot. Anyway, that's what he thinks lah...he really believes because the chinese believe they are superior to others, that's why they want everything and are not embarrassed to say so and show so.Delete
Chinese wanting to be supremacist in a Malay motherland, ibarat bermimpi di siang hari. It's quite easy to show them who really is boss in this land:Delete
Buy Chinese last.
We did it for Palestine sampai McD terpaksa keluar ad merayu simpati. Who says Malay power tak de? We don't need the government to punish these racists. We the Malay people pun dah cukup. Tell your families, tell your friends:
BUY CHINESE LAST!
Sejak 2007/2008 mereka telah mula meningkatkan usaha pendaftaran pemilih kaum mereka. Itu sebab mereka menang majoriti tinggi dikawasan-kawasan mereka dan ditambah pula oleh MELAYU yang menyokong mereka. Peratusan pemilih berdafar mereka lebih tinggi dari kaum Melayu. Oleh yang demikian untuk PRU14 ini, kita ada masa 4 tahun untuk mengalakkan keluarga, saudra-mara dan rakan-rakan yang tidak berdaftar supaya segera mendaftar. Jangan ambil mudah pekara harap tolong war-warkan pada rakan-rakan.Delete
Hail Hilter and Nazism?Delete
Believe in Islam last in Islamic State of Malaysia.Delete
So has your buy Chinese last threat worked any miracles?Delete
China was at war with the Malays in 1948 to control the Malay peninsula. So the chinese are REAL enemies of the Malay Federation. They might lie low and pretend to be citizens but they are still daughters of China with the Chinese ambassador as the Governor General.Delete
Stupid UMNO leaders born after the war thought that the chinese wanted to assimilate and be citizens of the Malay Sultans when in reality they may be preparing to take over the country through China.
Muhyidin, Ahmad Mazlan, KJ all love and admire the Chinese. Be like the chinese, give them shares and vote for DAP...and which the malays have done..vote for DAP..
Muhyidin thought he was being real statement like when he proclaimed that chinese school will be allowed as long as there is the moon and the star... and the Chinese spit in his face muahaha..delusional malay
I agree with you....ReplyDelete
The moderate side inside me died last night too...
As a Johorean I feel betrayed by the chinese....
Yes its true,the Chinese wants everything for themselves first,the rest 'later on',i went to DAP ceramah the night before the election and its attendance was 100% Chinese and they speak in Chinese language,nothing in the national language,not patriotic at all but I hope the less than 10% Chinese who don't support DAP can help to explain the rational to share the country's wealth.Delete
Tried before and after and were condemned as less Chinese. DAP is definitely out to have a Christian nation. Period. They are even into schools with The Star offering one year free subscription to those sixth formers who give their email address. They strategise even before GE14Delete
When I was young staying in kampung, I use to remember a few Chinese families running sundry shops patronised by Malays. They lived there for years and years and the Malays regard them as part of kampung community. How many days do you think a Malay shop can last in any Pekan Cina in Malaysian towns or in Petaling St or in Teong Nam area?Delete
I also feel the same way of how you feel. This is really disturbing for me as I'm reading the same signal that you`re reading now on the total revolt by the chinese. as far as i'm concern, MCA report card is F- for this election. But i'm still an idealist. we can still work this out. we must help MCA to regain back the support and the chinese believes. i know you are frustrated and i'm am too.. but i still believes that there is good in people. given the right time and the right formula we can make the johor way work again.
I am sad as well Annie, for I will become like you as of today...ReplyDelete
Saya tengok wajah Najib yg sangat sugul walaupun disaat kemenaangan BN malam tadi.Diwajahnya tiada petanda kemenangan kpd BN walaupun Kedah juga berada dibawah BN semula. Kesedihan kerana kemenangan BN bukan dari penyatuan kaum. Dihatinya mungkin berfikir..apa lagi yg hendak dibuat utk kaum cina, patutkah dihukum mereka atau terus memujuk mereka..ReplyDelete
Tetapi yg pasti Najib akan terus memujuk kaum cina, kerana sikap orang Melayu yg sangat bertolak ansur dan bertimbang rasa. Dan sifat inilah yg diexploitasi oleh kaum cina.
Senario yg lebih mengerunkan ialah apabila orang Melayu bertindak nekad dengan bergabung UMNO dan PAS...
The only way out for the Malays is for UMNO and PAS to unite and implement the Hudud laws and make Malaysia an Islamic country.Delete
Only this can ensure the future of the Malaysian Malays.
The Chinese can go to Hell for all we care. The Chinese can all migrate overseas and stop all these nonsense.
Just remember that the Malays did not start this. Just like as in May 13 1969, the Malays did not start the riots. The Chinkie Communists DAP did.
I am a chinese and I really want najib to do so. Just to punish those that shouts ketuanan cina. Makes me ashamed of being one. But knowing najib, either he'll be the nice guy he is or he'll be replaced by another more extreme umno leader. Its just too bad we rejected the most moderate umno leader there is like ghani.Delete
1Malaysia outrightly rejected by Malaysian Chinese.Delete
So 1Malaysia must now exclude the Chinese.
The choice was made by the Chinese thmselves. But these shameless kiasus while demanding Najib's 1Malaysia packages blatantly rejected his leadership.
Maybe after this, we should think/work hard to uplift/support Bumiputera owned business. Boycott all Chinese business products and services.ReplyDelete
Seriously, they need to be taught!
Dah boycott dah lama dah. I only buy produk keluaran bumiputra or indian owned. Cina..sorrylah! I noticed that in a lot of chinese shops, they do not really sell product keluaran bumiputera, and when i observe the chinese, they don't really buy product keluaran bumiputera. So, i am just following in their footsteps.Delete
Agreed.. The chinese who start to be racist... They want equality but they are the one who practice discriminationDelete
I felt the same way too. Liow Tiong Lai almost lost and Ketari fell to DAP. It has never happened before. The Chinese are now voting out even the Chinese who are working hand in hand with the Malays to develop our country. Bentong used to be a bastion for the BN and I foresee PRU 14 will be a battle between the Malays and Chinese, and for real, the Malays will not vote for any Chinese anymore. Raub has shown the way and Najib will have to get real and should stop bending over backwards to please the Chinese. He did that and got sodomized thoroughly...I am sad, very sad...The game has changed and the Malays better be prepared for it. Maybe high time for the ultra Malays to take over...ReplyDelete
Najib must give way for the tougher no nonsense Mahyudin to take over as PM.Delete
Then only the Malaysian Chinese can wake up to the reality of being Pendatang in Malaysia who wants to betray the host.
Hi Annie, as a Chinese myself, I share the exact same sentiment as you even if I am not from Johor. It's the same in Selangor. "The Chinese want to have everything they can get their hands on. They want what the Malays have but they will never want to share what they have with the Malays." wraps up everything in place. I was also very saddened by Raja Nong Chik's lost in Lembah Pantai. Jerusubang is a goner too. Now Yeopie and her people are just taking over my area despite zero improvements. I blame the churches really. Another window of Mother Mary, and I'll smash it into pieces. So crazy. And the insult LGE and troops performed at the Kuan Yin temple in Penang is such an insult to the religion cuz all of them are non-Christians. I don't know what these people see anymore. BERSIH 4.0 is coming and I believe the Malaysia Spring will bloom just in time for it. =(ReplyDelete
All A Ghani need is a about 10% of Chinese vote and he went to chinese community on bended knees .....they spit on him!!
In some ways the Chinese has similar characteristic like Kelatanese...when it comes to final decision who should get their blessing ,they choose their kind first.
Najib and A Ghani bent over backward ,begging and placing everything on their on their plate ,theirs for takings....they certainly did and slap on their faces as well.
The Malay dignity so cheap ma....i took food fr my child's plate and gave it to you ,you spit and slapped my face ...Najib expected to smile???
If Najib is seen as still going on accomodating to the chinese chauvanistic demand ...it will be the end of Najib.
Be careful Najib...you carry our dignity and dont carry on stooping till your face touch Chinese backside and they laughing at you.
Learn how to win Kelantanese and you will know how to win Chinese.
You said it right, lady.ReplyDelete
We are all ultras now.
Wahai semua orang Melayu..celik laa..
UMNO (Najib) should cut all the craps that it has given to the cina totok (a typical back stabbing community). The chinese has been given all the opportunity they wanted, but the true color always prevail, just a typical totok. Vendetta shall take it place.ReplyDelete
im a malay. may be there will be more ultra malays after this. its not gooodReplyDelete
Became ultra last night...or more, this morning.Delete
Annie, so the Chinese inside of you died with the result of this PRU. No surprise here as the Chinese inside of me died a long time ago. Yes, my Malayness is go all going all ultra now and I call upon all Malays to do so too as we must also show that kita pun boleh hati kering and realistic. 1st and foremost, Najib must not bagi muka pada MCA, jangan cium bau kabinet pun. Blackout for Chinese at all front. People like you and Helen Ang etc are exception to the rule, far from the norm. People like Jerusubang represent the typical Chinese! I just want to say 'Shame on you' to all Chinese Malaysian, you are Chinese first and Malaysian last! You don't love this country nor any other people that live here, you love your self. I dont trust you with my anak-anak, never ever!ReplyDelete
i hv started on my children...tks for teaching me to be racist -.-Delete
Malay should stop to be too accomodating..we should stay unite for the next GE. The Chinese has shown their unity by voting against BN/ Umno. Bak kata pepatah Melayu ..' Buat baik berpada-pada'..ReplyDelete
And no CTs in sight. They did their job well and will be handsomely rewarded.ReplyDelete
The Chinese are united and strong. They know what they want. They all vote for DAP to represent them and reject the MCA and Gerakan.ReplyDelete
Meanwhile, the Malays are not that smart. They only talk and are not united. They are broken up into 3 factions and are basically very weak.
If this continues, the DAP can go alone at the next GE by letting the Malay votes split between UMNO, PAS & PKR. The Chinese and DAP will get what they want and it will be bye bye to the Malays.
If the Malays cannot be united and remedy your decline from now, the future will definitely be very bleak for Malay politics. Once you loose your power, you will never get it back again. Your numbers will not result in power. It is how united you are. Just as the Chinese are united.
Wahh boleh tahu ke Melayu undi siapa? Are you saying the voters showed their votes to you? Apa punya Melayu bodo ni. Kami undi untuk pentadbiran yg lebih baik. Competition is good. Check and balance. Kalau tidak, pejabat kerajaan macam pejabat bapak dia. Duit rakyat suka-suka belanja.Delete
Rakyat dah matang. Anda tak jaga kami, kami undi parti lain. Anda dah lama sangat perintah, kami tukar. Simple. Ini negara demokrasi bukan diktator.
Are you dumb., bodo or what?Delete
The chinese don't vote for better government, just want to thrown out the malay dominated and replace it with their own, so thay can perpetuate their economic dominance.
The stupid malay voters just "termakan hasutan"
Yes, the current government has it flaws, but it has a proven track record, as far as managing the economy is concern.
Mulut jangan celupar, cuba kerja bawah cina, baru you tau!
Anon 19:28 yang bebal. Bakar kelambu sebab marahkan nyamuk. Kerajaan tak jaga kamu? Berapa banyak loan kamu nak? Dah lama sangat perintah boleh jadi satu masalah? Apa kes buang air jernih semata nak cuba air yang entah datang dari mana?Delete
Kalau nak pentadbiran yang lebih baik, cakap kat member Cina kamu tu, jangan asyik nak offer rasuah. Kalau tak offer, mana orang gomen nak ambik?
Rakyat matang kepala hotak. Cakap kau tu tak matang pun?
Dulu saya benci pd kerajaan skrng..kini PRU13 mengubah segalanya..saya melihat begitu pentingnya kekuasaan melayu..Bangsa CINA telah tunjukkan kepada kita..betapa halus dan jahatnya niat mereka...kita akui mereka menguasai ekonomi..tidak ada pembeli bagaimana hendak menjadi pembekalnya..mulai kini...saya nekad utk mendisiplinkan diri..menjauhi perniagaan cina walaupun bermula dengan sebutir huma..Delete
Erm...to all you commenting...you do realize that the Chinese also voted for MALAY politicians right? In most instances they even rejected their own Chinese MCA politicians. So it is incorrect to say they are fighting for "Cina Supremacy", hope by now you all would have crawled out from under your rock and realize that half of the Malays also voted for opposition...the anti BN voters are voting for no corruption, no fraud and no more lies.Delete
Nice try, but we're still not buying from the Chinese. Ingat Melayu boleh dipermainkan. Now suffer the consequences.
I made my stand. None of my money will ever go to a Chinese again. Period. Now on, all my money little as it be (insyallah walaupun sikit, duit berkat) will go to only my fellow muslim.ReplyDelete
Started this am - no 7eleven / just malay grocery shop / no star newspaper just nst ... Small but that will be my family contribution!Delete
I sokong you. BBC - boikot bizness Cina!Delete
I feel the same way too....sad because its not consistent with my values to do so. But I feel that the lines have been drawn :-(Delete
I second, third, forth that......buy chinese last, and whilst doing it let them know. Say uncle lim ask to ubah. Sorry I am blind cant tell the difference between the 90% chinese or the 10%.Delete
No chinese have spoken up against the antics of DAP or the kiasu. Those that do gets demonised. Yet malay can out vote IBrahim Ali and Zul Nordin. Lesson to learn here.
Ultra it is, and I will let them know loud and clear.
No chinese taxi driver, no auntie selling sayor or chicken. No sping garden, little pinang or aunty kwan. No shell or esso. No kopitiam. No telemarketing and chinese saleman.
When iI cant help it, I will ask for a malay salesman.
I will carry my malay heritage on my sleeve proudly.
@ Anonymous 6 May 2013 13:04. The Malays who voted out Ibrahim Ali and Zulkifly Nordin are mostly PAS members, who thought that they have a greater chance this time around without realizing that they have been outplayed by DAP and PKR, and ended up as the biggest loser.Delete
The Malay biggest enemy is not DAP actually, but Anuar Ibrahim. Without Malay Votes, DAP can never rule the country, as they only depends on Chinese majority seats. DAP and PAS are two different extreme, and Anuar Ibrahim through PKR is the broker. I just can't wait for the day that he be put in jail back for good. PKR largely depends on Chinese vote as well as evidenced from the recent PRU results and the DAP-Chinese will still give their support for their own benefits. After this election, I believe more and more Malays in Pakatan will start re-looking into their own ethnic and political survival; knowing what DAP has achieved at their expenses. Even the Malay taxi driver that I talked to this morning has a different sentiment now i.e. pro UMNO as opposed to the usual; and the Chinese Tsunami has at least become an eye-opener to him.
Let's start encouraging and everyone of our Malay friends, relatives and family members who haven't registered as voters or soon going to be eligible to be voter to start thinking seriously about their voting rights and its significance. Ask them to register. We have 4 more years to accomplish that; and this what DAP has been doing since 2007/2008 resulting in Chinese Registered Voters percentage is higher than the Malays'. Make it our own individual mission from now on.
I have written somewhere that DAP next step is to break the Malay votes via PKR and PAS, since their sheer numbers are not enough to make it to the top. Hanya Melayu yang buta mata dan hati saja yang tak nampak perancangan DAP.
Buy chinese last.......ReplyDelete
yes that wl also be my mantra from now ...Delete
Still practicing this I hope ?Delete
when they have an Opportunity going for sharing concept they prefer to monopolised all the country wealth and even willing to work with extremist zealotReplyDelete
FYI UMNO and BN is not losing, you can claim anything such as losing popularity vote etc but the fact remained since the chinese do not tolerate and do not want to share let just say bumiputra in this country will decide the future of this country.
It is indeed the saddest #GE13 election result, and we thought our "Johor Way" will survive this so-called tsunami. How DAP wins JOhor this time is a fact that need us to analyze back what have actually happen to the unity of our society. Having a chance to meet Dato' Ghani and attended few meetings with him before shows that he is one Moderate politician.ReplyDelete
However, since LKS won I'm really excited to see how DAP's alma matter works in Johor. If he just know how to point finger and make chaos then nothing special about him...
I really hope that BN and UMNO Johor will work harder to regain back the people vote. As gen Y i love the idea for Change but to actually Change to Opposition with their flip-flop manifesto and questionable credibility I am glad Malaysia is still under the Blue Flag.
I couldn't wait to be back home and play my part and contribute as much as I can to the country. Cheer up Annie!! You've done a great job.
do you think LKS will win by so much votes if only the chinese supported him..go figure...
dont let your desperation cloud your brain from thinking like most of your commenters here.
there are malays who are ready for change and voted for LKS.
many malays in the major towns also voted for PR and that's why BN cannot get back Selangor.
just the numbers fell short in the rural areas for a change of government.
the Psy penang concert nightmare "ready for Psy, no to BN" became a reality to Najib. Cukuplah, Jib. Jadi Melaayu bermaruah.ReplyDelete
I won't be at all surprise to hear that a "get-rid-of-najib" movement already taking shape in UMNO.Delete
The sooner the better. Kembalikan maruah Melayu di tanahair sendiri.
Annie, you've really encapsulated how my family and i feel. Your descriptions are spot on. I remember being young and seeing adults around me being ultra malays because of the same political scenario as we are experiencing now. I remember too feeling an affinity with the chinese and the determination that they should be acknowledged as malaysians, as i believed due to my naivety at that time that they felt victimised and that was why they voted for DAP. It took decades of economic adjustment where more middle class and professional malays were created to lessen the racial divide and create a racially balanced government. Then this tsunami happened. And I realised that the bogeymen of my childhood were the same, kit siang and gang! So i realised that kit siang, the ultra chinese were always waiting in the wings when the economic cake was big and generous enough to calm all the races. But when the economic cake became smaller, the chinese wanted it all and kit siang came out of the wings as their renewed poster boy to smash their perceived malay dominance. It is sad that the chinese have ended up menang sorak tapi kampung tergadai. More seats but no real power because they've only ended up with selangor and penang. More chance to complain, but no real power to implement or execute their aim of taking it all. What next? My childhood ultra malay feelings have resurfaced with an acute understanding why my parents acted and perceived as they did. How about the malays in power? Would they be inclined to be as generous before the chinese spat on their faces? Will they too be reminded of their ultra malay feelings of decades ago? The chinese have overestimated their galvanising force of of power. Their weakness is their demographics. Their penchance for living in urban well off areas to gain the best facilities. Their reluctance to have many children so that they can pamper their little emperor and empress with the best that money can give. Thus, huge majority but concentrated in specific areas. Maybe DAP strategic forces can ask them to move or ask them to have more children like good singaporeans. But i doubt that will happen as they are too selfish for their own good. If you want us to have more children, give us money la like the singapore government, if singapore can do, malaysia can do maaa. If you want us to move, give incentive la. Create more gated neighbourhood, i scared la, now crime everywhere! Once again, great post annie. You've just expressed what we feel in few short but succinct and accurate sentences.ReplyDelete
Well, life is not fair. Many times good people lose and bad things happen.ReplyDelete
The only thing we can do is pray that tomorrow will be better than today for everyone. I don't see Najib going back on his word to Dong Zong etc; though I wish that he'd stop pandering so much to those who are ungrateful.
Spread more love for those who love you, and ignore the haters and backbiters. The karmic wheel goes round and round; hence life goes on.
Annie, You should look at Barack Obama's Facebook page, look at the comments made by Malaysian Chinese. Some people are more than willing to sell their own country.ReplyDelete
My opinion is that the Chinese community voted for Chinese power, that's y even Malay/other races candidates on DAP tickets won big. That also explains the humiliating defeat of Chinese BN candidates. Or even the wins by Malays who are in cahoots with them. It all adds up to one thing: Chinese take-all.ReplyDelete
Yet some delusional, simpleton Malays still believe that Malays will never lose political power due to the number of Malay MPs. Have they never thought of rule by proxy? Haven't they see enough examples of betrayal, selling out and misplaced trust in everyday life? And they're telling me to put my trust on politicians, repeat, politicians?
Annie, I must thank you for your effort, regardless of what had happened.
BN is still strong. Despite the perfect chinese tsunami (thanks to extraordinary support from malay traitors) they still won healthy majority in parliament, retained Perak and wrested Kedah.ReplyDelete
What is required is for the government to stop enticing the chinese. They can survive without any government help. Anyway, their lower birthrate means their percentage will be lower then. Let's use the next 5 years to build a united and strong malay base, politically and more important economically, so that we can compete with them as equal. To do this, get rid of the warlords (some had already been shot by voters) and rent seekers. There are many genuine, capable, loyal and responsible malays out there, who can uplift the malays closer to the chinese. Many are not affiliated to any parties.
What I noticed in the last BN ceramah, was that they were too preoccupied with exposing PR's underwear instead of explaining the manifesto and how it will work. Orang dah jelak tengok nude photos (none of them make our under stand).
Another factor was that they were sick of seeing Kak Ros face full of botox her flounting of expensive jewellery and handbags. Accourding to my gen-Y friends, these really poisoned their minds.
If BN (now only UMNO and east malaysian left) do not take heed of these trivial but effective tool of PR, we can all say goodbye to UMNO and look for somewhere nice to emigrate.
To muslims, the much hypoed tale of kebangkitan islam di nusantara may turn out to be myth after all. It may be kebangkitan LGBT instead.
We can then lay all blame to Pak Lah for sleeping on the job.
malays are the majority but many do not even register as voters. No point being majority if do not registerDelete
Time for Muhyddin to take over.Delete
And to think that most of the shit thrown against Rosmah is just that: shit. No facts to back them up, just hearsay. Same with the Altantuya and Najib story. Yet people don't stop to appraise it critically the way they gave Anwar a huge benefit of the doubt when his video first came out.Delete
Admit it: the young just want to change. They don't really care to what. And Pakatan have been successful in marketing themselves to this demographic. THAT'S what BN should really be worried about.
"What I noticed in the last BN ceramah, was that they were too preoccupied with exposing PR's underwear instead of explaining the manifesto and how it will work. Orang dah jelak tengok nude photos (none of them make our under stand)."Delete
If you go to Oppo ceramahs, they do exactly the same thing, and even worse. Anwar showed his dirty video IN A MOSQUE.
Again, people are just itching to change. They don't really care to what. Now that the results are in, baru we hear of Malays suddenly flipping to the BN side. Dah terantuk baru nak tergadah.
I feel your pain Annie. Although this is part of the democratic process, I felt betrayed. I just could not understand the total rejection...it just did not make sense. How could proven, hardworking and moderate leaders like Ali Rustam and Ghani Othman lost. Its mind-boggling and sad.....sad indeed.ReplyDelete
I think this is nothing to do with race. It is rather a class war. The urban people regardless of race supported the opposition. Overall BN get less votes from the rakyat, BN only got 47% vs 53% of the total votes. The BR1M obviously helped BN to win the votes of rural people but not the middle class. Now Najib has been given the mandate for next 5 years, he must do something to reduce the rich poor gap. Otherwise in next 5 years with growing of middle class, more will turn to opposition. Even the whole 22% Chinese voted PR, how about the other 31%? Surely this is also a big portion of Malay votes as well.ReplyDelete
How many percent of the 53% are Chinese? This would make your point clear or otherwise.Delete
Nice try. "Urban tsunami", my ass. The Chinese voting pattern is clear to see nationwide. The Malay votes are split. The Chinese? Pretty much solid behind DAP.Delete
Quick test: which party consistently garnered huge majorities of 15k+ and even 30k+ in this election? There you go.
Aiyo again drama la you people.ReplyDelete
PR won 51% of popular votes with more seats in Selangor due to support of Malays & Indian voters. Terengganu nearly fell to PAS this time and Kelantan hold.
Btw, Zulkifli Perkasa lost big in Shah Alam with its 70% Malay, 14% Indians voters.
In 1999, Chinese supported that Dr Mahathir against the Malay revolt for Anwar Ibrahim. I didn't hear UMNO fellas thanking the Chinese for saving their asses...
So sad la you guys.
~ Kluang girl
in case you didn't realise, Mahathir used the chinese.Delete
You and the rest of PR bastards not just kisses their arse but allow your arse to be abused as well.
ps. I don't normally use this kind of language.
How many percent of the 51% are Malays? This would help reinforce your "sad la you guys" point, or make we guys happy.Delete
Annie, you are what you are, just as you were yesterday. My daughter is half Chinese too, and always will be. Yesterday was not a apocalypse, just a wake up call for BN and life will go on. Every vote lost at GE13 can be won again at GE14 if a good strategy is devised. I have confidence that Najib will address the concerns of those that voted opposition this time. Its May 6, our neighbours are still our neighbours, we still have a strong government, those with grouses will feel they have a strong voice in the State Parliament too. Now is not the time to turn away but to get to know and deal with the concerns of people, giving everyone the best life possible. Tomorrow you will still be part Chinese, as will my daughter, and no election will change that.ReplyDelete
Mari kita mulakan kebangkitan Melayu.ReplyDelete
Buy chinese last!
fell sorry, verrrry sorrrry for ur Annie!!!ReplyDelete
as a malay, me also feel a sharp pain!!
Have heart Annie. I cried reading your last part. A part of me died as well last night. It feels as though I've seen the end of an era, and I can't quite see the people around me in the same way again, particularly the Chinese. That makes me sad. I want things the way it was before. I tried to explain to some of my friends why the DAP way is bad, but instead they make it out like I'm the bad guy.ReplyDelete
I worry for Malaysia :(
What has been done ,is done , no way of turning turning back the fold . I believe a lesson should be learned ,not only to Najib but to Malays as a whole, as this is a very good lesson to be remembered.ReplyDelete
Why blame the Chinese after all, it's part of their characteristic in nature ,only the Malay always forget and ignorance ( Melayu mudah lupa) ,it's a perfect lesson of reminding.
Should Najib continue with his current stunts towards the Chinese UMNO / BN will lose more seat in the next GE.
Didn't I always say so that DAP will be leading the Pakatan after GE13 !, PAS and PKR are just their tool ,not more then that.
I did not cry, not a winch of sadness, in fact I am mighty glad that, alhamdulillah, this happened.ReplyDelete
Now and then, the malays need wake up call. Malayan Union, 13 May, do not happen to impart suffering but as a wake up call.
Insyallah, the malays will group together and fought their way out of these. There will be pain along the way, but I am sure they will be guided. The cancerous part5s need to be removed, the leadership will have to be bold and chhose the correct path. There are still many pious ulamak in Umno, who do not use religion to deceive people.
I pray that the misguided ones will repent dan balik ke pangkal jalan.
Stop being a DAP barua.
As a Chinese, I shared the same feeling as written. In fact, it is worse than sad and upset.ReplyDelete
Betrayal, ungrateful… I feel sad for those like Ghani who have been working for all – Malay, Chinese, Indian… dedicated years to bring good to the people. At the end, they were cast aside by the stirred emotion and fake hope from the opposition. Many, when enjoying the cool and safe shelter of a tree, had forgotten the hardship and hard work of those who sowed and nurtured the big tree from its original tiny seed, young plant… They have forgotten as they have taken all the good things for granted!
Malay votes were split among Pas and Umno, and some to PKR. Majority Chinese votes went to Dap, with the hope of better Chinese representation in parliament and stronger voice, and even fake hope that more ‘Chinese’ gov like that of Penang could be formed (they really hope one in Johor, I guess).
The big loser is Pas, who had been used totally by Dap – the Malay votes from Pas had help Dap to its best ever performance. The bigger loser is Mca. For its weak and hopeless leaders, it is now being replaced by Dap as the voice of Malaysian Chinese (which Dap is supposedly multiracial that many dumb non-chinese are still believing…) The BIGGEST loser is Mr Anwar. His PM dream is still a dream, and now he gotta face-off with Dap, or maybe Pas, as the de facto opposition leader.
It will take days to regain myself. I can hardly bear the sadness of losing good BN leaders…
I feel sick.
I am a chinese who supports the BN and PM Najib Razak's moderation agenda like Ghani's Johore Gentleman Way and I too cried as I read your post. I cried for the death of moderation and goodwill amongst us that was lost and the dark and cold days ahead. Our social fabric was torn by those relentless and mindless DAP campaigning with the politics of hatred, hype and blame. These have set us way way back in terms of race relations and it will take a lot of effort to make things right. Looks like things will get worse for the chinese before it can get better, if at all it can ever overcome the odds and recover. But I will continue to persist with the message of moderation - of Hope and Opportunity. May God have mercy on us and help us all in Malaysia. JasonReplyDelete
Maybe this is the wake-up call we need. Lets resolve to work harder so that we can be more successful in whatever we do. We also need to make personal sacrifices to help fellow businesses succeed - allow for higher price, a bit of inconvenience due to distance, and possibility of poor service/attitude. Change begins when we ourselves change...ReplyDelete
Hey, why all the sadness.ReplyDelete
DAP can make all the noise but they don't have the power. They can issue more massage center licence in Damansara. Thats about it.
Unlikely that they can win enough seat on their own without the help of the malay traitors. BN need to rope in or remove them.
My worry is how PR might continue to create havoc through Bersih 4.0, then 5.0, and so on.
Najib will have take decisive action to stop all these nonsense.
Seperti kata Hamka: "Melayu suka berhiba, mengenang nasib yang menimpa badan..."
Time for the malays to take control of their destiny, dengan izin Allah.
It is time to hit these Chinese where it hurts most.ReplyDelete
Educated abroad and having worked with top MNCs I have always been a liberal Malay. Being In top management I gave equal chances for the chinese graduates who came out from UTAR, twinning programs etc with good results but pathetic social skills to start their careers in the oil and gas sector when they were rejected even by local companies. They were literally begging me for a chance to start their career.
I treated them as my family by inviting them for my open houses, hanging out for drinks after office with not an iota of an ulterior motive.
But when I left the company and attended a wedding, I suddenly realize that these ingrates sat on one table and refused to even acknowledge me. The only ex staff who were accommodating and remember my contribution were the Indian and the British expat owners.
That was the defining moment that made become an ultra Malay. My late dad was right all along. He told me that they can never be trusted-ever. They will spit on the hand that feeds them, kill the person and they would even try to sell the body for money.
Surprisingly a day before elections, my mother who in my 41 years of living told me what really happened on 13 May. My family were the pioneer Malays in PJ Old town. They were in the middle of it and my late dad had sharpened bamboos and parangs around the house to protect my mum who had just given birth to my elder sister in Assunta.
She told me never to forget history and this act of betrayal was not something new by the Chinese. Only that now, they remain cowards and hide behind the keyboard.
Whoever runs the government has little impact on me. We are living very well and am not dependent on them. But I am in the position to hurt them the most on their business and will now teach the young Malay professionals a bit about history.
We will teach them to be ultra Malays sans the PAS weird outfit and kampung talk and I will now make it a mission in my life to make them suffer for this betrayal.
dude two wrongs doesnt make a right. no need to be so extremelah. we focus on nation development, make Malaysia strong and proud. build it, and they will come.Delete
Hope the malays realiased what is a chinese. Good for you Tron to take that right move.Delete
A light hearted story of 30 years ago...a gorgeous female chinese colleague told me a funny story but it left me a lasting impact. In the middle of a love making her husband stopped and quickly put on his clothes. When she asked where is he going, you know what the hubby said? " just now drink kopi not yet collect the change..." and it was a miserable 60 cents.
The moral of the story is not only chinese are stingy they are CALCULATIVE to the max....in every each way.
With 95% chinese solidly went out to vote DAP/Opp, and only 65% complacent malay went to vote (with some voted PAS), BN can still win.ReplyDelete
We thought we cannot survive without chinese votes.
Well. We were wrong.
We can. That is the truth that the chinese has to accept.
I like this comment. I think so too.Delete
I like this thought. Indeed, where can the DAP go from here? The Malays have to band together and stop them from winning over more Malays, that's all.Delete
Now we know why our beloved Tun Mahathir acted such a way....miss his leadership. Enuff said.ReplyDelete
I do share your sentiments. Apparently even being a fence sitter is a sin in Selangor now, more so as a moderate Chinese. I can say 95% of my peers are now officially extremist-Chinese as they rather vote for the opposition (a parachute candidate) than someone who had a proven record of 25 years of service to the local community. When I criticize the ways of BN, I was applauded and cheered by my peers, but when I start to criticize the way how the opposition run things, I was jeered and insulted by my peers (traitor to the Chinese, UMNO dog, bootlicker, etc etc you name it).
I say serve the Chinese right when they decided to boot MCA and Gerakan out of the political arena. Now lets see how their prized DAP candidates can fight and maintain the welfare and rights of the Chinese. After all, they are the ones who is to suffer for their own choices, though I expect them to find someone to blame very soon.
As a Chinese, I am feeling ashamed and deeply disappointed as to seeing how polarized the nation is now and how the Chinese react to reality. Sometimes I can't help asking them, do you consider yourself a Chinese? or a Malaysian 1st? I sincerely doubt Chinese had any moral values right now = ungrateful, elitism, betrayal etc, where are the ways of Confucianism we had once so dearly adhered to?
As for now, lets us see how the political arena will evolve to, though I am expecting things will only go on downhill for the Chinese. They are already flooding on Obama's facebook page calling for US intervention on the elections of Malaysia (I doubt Obama will care at all as he got his hands full dealing with problems in US right now, just goes to show you how lowly Chinese had come to, for willing to sell away the sovereignty of the nation just because they couldn't get the candy they wanted). For what I know, I had lost a lot of friends yesterday.
Yeah. Today I shared a BN link on Facebook and wrote one word "Congratulations!", the next minute I saw this comment on my wall "We cannot respect you!".Delete
edwin u r one in a million... I wl never look at a Chinese the same way again...now I wl help my own raceDelete
Cry blood if you want to, malays...ReplyDelete
Dont be a baby and grow up.
Lets not hate but turn this malady into a reason for you to wake up and equip yourself better and grab all the opportunities in front of you for supremacy.
The Chinese is only reacting to what they scared most : losing to the Malays who they take as inferior, stupid and useless. But suddenly, they realized that the Malay (under Government proxies) have outdo them in retail (TESCO), automotive (Perodua, Proton etc), property (UEM, Sime Darby) etc...
Now stupid and useless Malays, work together and equip yourself and grab the opportunities provided to you in all these government GLCs while they are still under BN's care.
The main reason why the Chinese are dreaming of taking over Putrajaya is to dismantle the GLCs.
One of the biggest culprit is Khazanah Nasional and its KPI.Delete
Many of the GLC management where foreign trained. Many came from the same circles, ex Renong, UE, etc.
Contract for top management stipulate fat bonuses if they meet the KPI target. In their desire to fill their pockets with those fat bonuses, many brought in non malays and expatriates and they belief malays are incompetent in business.
Those in business knows KPIs, except for cashflow, can be manipulated. What these people good at, is that they have no halal haram, so they have qualm about manipulating the numbers. So, you get GLC such as Celcom publishing numbers that don't match their actual service delivery.
Moreover, in the KPI, there are incentive to uplift the performance of the malays or menaikkan mertabat bangsa.
In the process, they have overlooked and antagonise many malays so much so that, malays yang berdendam, turned their back on the government and become opposition sypathiser. Many GLCs lake TNB, TM, even Petronas, have huge opposition sympathisers.
Najib is wrong to give them fat bonuses before the election, just like giving children sweets. What is does is just fattening PR coffers.
Barely 24 hours after GE13, DAP cybertroopers are already at work with their next war fronts, attacking the kampungs and East Malaysia.ReplyDelete
Yet, we re still here lamenting what had been!
Time to wake up guys, Kluang Girl, et al, are with glee!
few days back, I have wrote a comment on Annie predictions.ReplyDelete
my late word on the comment is " ...What is tear my eyes is, DAP has kill the harmony of gongxi raya spirit and they have to pay a high price of it.Well, not all Singapore intel data are suitable for DAP, and for this time for Chinese it is late to learn from mistakes..."
It late and will get worse...
Dap is pushing and will be maintaining the polarisation of politic in term of race - so as to stay in power.ReplyDelete
Very sad - I have fewer non-chinese friends who we used to rub shoulders, play football, attend games in stadium together, now i even lose those are chinese.
Scary, and very scared. I dont know how this country will be in next few years when it is run more by Dap who will push its racial agenda.
I am already missing and going to lose those days totally.
Tahniah Annie! Saya pelawat tegar blog ini. Saya bangga dan sangat suka kerana pada pilihanraya ini UMNO telah kembali mendapat mandat MELAYU. Kalau 2008, UMNO hanya menang 79 kerusi, kini ia dapat 109 kerusi. Meningkat 23%. Tak mengapa beberapa pemimpin kalah, Itu adat pertandingan dan juga kerana MCA dan GERAKAN amat lemah. Pilihanraya akan datang, kalu MCA dan GERAKAN macam ini juga, saya cadangkan UMNO ambil alih kerusi itu. Why not? BN is moderate. Ini new politic. Biar kalah BN (UMNO) lawan! Tahniah pada anda!ReplyDelete
hello cybertrooper dap, u really dont know what u are really asking do u? whatever it is, don't u dare hurt sweet lil annieDelete
Tun M is pretty subdued about this...even Muhkris play it smarter. No need lament about loss Chinese vote. It will return when DAP screws it up. Be strategic. At least now it gives BN a good reason to start their spring cleaning. Buang yang lama, masuk yang baru.ReplyDelete
Cheer up Annie!
totally agree with this!Delete
First of all. Close all Chinese school. Sorry, but that's where all this racist things started!ReplyDelete
Really? I think next Najib agenda is to recognize the Chinese independent secondary schools.Delete
I am always an ultra Malay. My colleague call me a racist. I dont care. And I believe after GE13 there are more ultra Malay like me.ReplyDelete
Melayu jangan malu mengaku Melayu.
If Chinese are proud of their Chineseness..why not us
true...I turned into one overnight...omg ...never ever dreamt of being oneDelete
hmmmm why do I have the feeling you're a cybertrooper pretending to be an ultra Malay to fan up sentiments?Delete
Remember what the PM said: "You can sulk but only for 24 hours." Yes, we lament all we want today and then, we move on start a new chapter. We, the Malays must, I repeat we must, learn from this tsunami, unite and we will be stronger. The test of a true friend is where they stand during our need and adversity - "Kawan ketawa banyak sekali, kawan menangis susah dicari" - and when we find a true friend, Malays, Chinese or Indians, we know how to be grateful.ReplyDelete
I always dream for a utopia where race is not a factor of anything in life. But i guess that is just a childhood dream and will not happen in my lifetime. Implied stereotyping racial differences is a fact in this era. like water, i'am forced to flow in this river of era.ReplyDelete
it's hard to avoid chinese owned business in everyday routine life:
- where to buy handphone?
- where to buy car tyres or fix car?
- where to buy cheap computers like low yat?
most of these shops even hire malay salesgirls / guy to ensure malay customers. Above are just examples from the top of my head, just to name a few.
maybe we need a new breed of politicians of highly educated phd scholars from many different body of knowledge in science, arts, economy, social, etc.
maybe we need a new party consisting of these highly educated scholars. Technocrat politicians to form a government. Decision
makers would be selected based upon how
knowledgeable and skillful they are in their respected fields.
Maybe we need divine intervension to stop racial steteotyping.
Or maybe we just need an alien invasion for us to unite as mankind.
But then, there will be stereotyping of species and the battle of supremacy for ultra human.
Hi Annie. If not for a friend I would not have voted in th GE. I thank him for forwarding yr blog. I voted anyway but went home feeling so unfullfilled. I worked with a Chinese owned co for 10 yrs It was an experience. If you can do one thing they can do they treat u as NOT an equal. If you can do something they cant then only they take u as an equal. It made me a bettrr man but in this I learnt a lot. I too cried when I read your article. I felt relief knowing that others felt what I felt. I read thru all the comments. Everyone. Now I understand why Malays are charged 5 - 10 % higher when you buy from a Chinese retail outlet.ReplyDelete
I was a moderate person but not anymore.
sorry but the chinese hv turned me into a racist...never was one before...I am no longer supporting chinese businesses from now onwards...iwl be supporting Malay and Indians ...even wl pump petrol at a station owned by the 2 races onlyReplyDelete
Yup things will never be the same again.Delete
I went back to JB on Friday night eagerly anticipating to exercise my right as a Johorean and to be with my fellow Johoreans to show to the rest of Malaysian the "Johor Way". As Johorean Im always proud of my fellow Johoreans in their moderation way. I always counter my friend from KL when they said LKS would win in Gelang Patah. "You dont know what you talking about laa, Johoreans are a diiferent lot la.".ReplyDelete
My dad who had experienced the May 13, also shared the same optimism like me, despite gone thru the horowing experience of May 13. "Jangan takut, yang datang ceramah tu cuma nak datang dengar apa LKS nak cakap je, dia orang masih lagi kuat BN tu...refering to the massive gathering of Chinese in Sutera Mall.
I guess my friend was right all along. Im the who dont know who are my fellow Johoreans anymore... The Johor way was gone. My dad was devastated, he rekindled his tought abt May 13 to me when I called him about the results.. He thought the Chinese had changed. I guess me and my dad still wana believe in the Johor Way.... We both had been proven wrong..
I may shake their (Chinese) hands like I always do and smile, but I can never look at them the same way. Never.. If May 13 would be black day for my dad, May 5 will be the same to me, the day I remember for the Johor Way had died. Chinese can never be trusted!!!!
They had made their choice crystal clear to us, to my fellow Johoreans its about time we make our opinion heard too to the UMNO leaders. If they failed to listen to the grass roots, they are not fit to lead United MALAYS National Organisation.
Talk about this to our Malay friends about the Chinese deceits and manipulation.I hope Malays will not easily forgets...
It would be beneficial to have stronger resolve to nurture the moderate/constructive part of ourselves. we need to progress through faith (which include conviction) and unity.ReplyDelete
a nation rejuvenated by hatred will possibly self-destruct by it, because when there is no more fuel to add once the objective is achieved, the negative energy then turns on the host to feed.
on the subject of ethnicity, while there appears strong correlation between DAP GE13 success and the main supporting community, it is not the only 'truth'. there are large sections of other ethnicities, for example Malays, that gave unyielding support because the rallying cry of ABU/Ubah resonates with the said population. the process of unity needs to be inclusive to be relevant and long lasting.
BBC and BCL, my late father always emphasize it, i couldn't see the bigger picture, but GE13 makes it all clear, -right now, i can't help but feeling sad everytime hearing 1Malaysia or Terima Kasih songReplyDelete
i wrote a long and beautiful comment, only to see it all go poof because i forgot to sign in :-p . this is my 2nd attempt.ReplyDelete
please reconsider and more vehemently nurture your moderate/constructive side instead, for that is who your truly are. it is your source of energy, and a positive one to boot.
regardless of which side of the political divide one is on, all would benefit from a nation which progresses to greater heights by building on positive virtues.
'success' built on negative vibes will at some point present it's toll. once the objective is reached, the dark vibes need to fed, and absent a new victim, would turn on it's host hence destroying what is so desperately desired.
on the subject of ethnicity, while there is positive correlation between DAP's GE13 results and the Chinese community, it is in no way absolute. large portions of others in the populace, the Malays for example, share/emphatize/identify/support the ABU/Ubah mantra. it does not do and it is not fair to alienate those who share your aspirations.
reviving unity to achieve continued progress must be based on inclusion, and it requires moderation and constructiveness to have longevity. it also requires less generalization for our Nation's diversity is what should continue to be our strength.
I think BN lost more seats is because of corruption. BN is a good moderate party and we must live together peacefully and be united to get back more seats in the next G/E. I am a Chinese and I always support BN's moderation.
Hi Anon 8.57... I always think Chinese voters is pragmatic lot, votes whats best for them. GE13 shows that they vote based on racial sentiment. BN offer Ghani Osman to the people of Gelang Patah, while PR was represented by Mr LKS, an outsider. One has aproven track record helping the state in general and the people of Gelang Patah specifically. While LKS is an outsider, a politician who moved from one constituency to the other without having to serve the people. Who did they choose? While you wanna to address the issue of corruption,look at the people that you were suggesting clean of corruption and croniyism. Mr Lim Kit Siang and his son Lim Guan Eng, Mr Anwar Ibrahim and his daughter Nurul Izzah, and last but not least Mr Karpal Singh and his two sons Jagdeep and Gobind. In particular the guy who they proposing to be the next Prime Minister, besides his moral issue, do you really think this guy is a man with integrity. Since his released from jail, this man lives in luxury without having to hold to any job that could reflex his lifestyle. But to the believers and supporters of him, it doesnt really matter. BN is corrupted but not them. Shall we talk about LGE and LKS? Hmmm I leave it up to you a chinese to tell me. Yeah he is Mr clean. Yeah right.. Anon 786Delete
You mean Anwar is jobless and not an MP and gets maoney from you as a taxpayer?Delete
Anwar receives money from his cronies which he already set up during his tenure. One good example is Indah Water. He recieves more than 100 mil when it changed hands. He also gets fund from his jews cronies.Delete
I agree to tht 100%ReplyDelete
actually..after i read all above comment...im kinda experiencing the same....my father n my mum is a hardcore umno..but they never ask me to choose BN just decide rationally and its your own responsibility my mum said....all this time,im afraid to show my ultra but like the Annie said...i turn "evil" in one night..not that "evil" Evil..i had one experience in a meeting..very important meeting..these Chinese company use our service because we are the cheapest fees compared to others on the markets.After hours of discussing and we ask about their final decision...they speak Chinese almost more than 30 minutes..can you imagine me and my team 4 fella sits waiting/guessing what they say...i`ve been involve alot in a meeting oversea meeting or local..others foreigner ask our permission to speak/discuss in their language and ask for forgiveness again after finish discussing because their delegate cannot understand the english...the korean..the japs..indian and even the arabs..the ask and apologies...but most meeting with the local Malaysian Chinese they simply ignore you and talk..from there me and my colleague understand how strong they portrays the "Chineseness" and how disrespect they are...i got plenty chinese friends which 90% of them make it clear in fb do full support for Daps & Pakatan generally..i don`t know how after this im gonna play, work or tt`s with them...
It is the same when the public deals with the Government Servants. We have to call them tuan and sila TOLONG. That is malaysian culture after 50 years of BN Government.Delete
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I feel like slapping you annie,i think u r a racist malay who pretend to be a chinese to insult chinese, and try to create chaos.For you and those BN MACAI,save it for yourself,masyarakat melayu sudah sedar dengan tatik2 kotor UMNO yg suka memainkan issue2 racist ppl wont buy it anymore.ReplyDelete
malaysia people are not stupid anymore ge-13 show u ppl that WE WANT BETTER GOVENRMENT NOT DIRTY UMNO and dont forget u r not a king u r voted by ppl,stop acting like a king.
Don't be like that la. You are just like my former boss, chinese, umur dah lanjut but still not married.
Anyway, Umno and PAS will surely come under one umbrella soon, doesn't matter what colour and we have the power.
ps. you better ask Uncle Lim to propose to you soon la
What is "Johor Way"? Mr Ghani needs to be transformed. He should never ask any chinese for help..it is a sign of weakness. Remember, Mahathir asked his Chinese counterpart for help during financial crisis and what happened? His confidential letter gotReplyDelete
circulated. Only true friends help each other and these are very few amongst Chinese!
The solution is to launch all the 1Malaysia products in all over Malaysia for rakyat to benefit and more to those who supported BN.
Forget about Selangor, Kelantan and Penang. Leave them to God to deal with them.
God has a plan for them.. His punishment will be swift and severe!
Kutty is No 1 ungrateful. Why he go down to Sinkapore and do his medical course?Delete
Stupid. There are no Universities in Malaya during those day. How come there are still stupid Malaysian like this?Delete
Don't worry, Allah habve plan for the chinese kafir.ReplyDelete
83. Do you not see that We have sent the devils upon the disbelievers, inciting them to [evil] with [constant] incitement?
84. So be not impatient over them. We only count out to them a [limited] number.
In life we experienced different types of events and meet different type of people. It all has its own good and bad.ReplyDelete
I have experienced with good and really good Malays, same with Chinese, Indian, Mat Salleh , Bangla, Indon, ....many more. Same goes with the bad ones regardless of skin color or race.
Lazy, clever, sombong, bongkak, or whatsoever traits are individual's personality and got nothing to do with politic. Can we jump to conclusion that if a person is not supporting you are against you and need God's punishment? Serious. What left for murderer, rapist....?
We punished our kids for not being grateful for the meals, schools and clothes that we gave them. But didn't we, ourselves moulded them such way? Did we set a good example of ourselves for our kids to follow? Did we look at ourselves? How will God deal with us?
Frankly I still can accept the Chinese behaviour. What hurt me most is my fellow Muslims/Malays that votes the DAP.ReplyDelete
Both hurt us . I am not on speaking terms so much with all the Chinese. I hate feeling this way but I do. Feel so duped and betrayedDelete
The only consolation for us Muslims is that there is akhirat. For them this is it. Unless they bertaubat. So chin up.. The best is yet to come for us Muslims inshaaAllahReplyDelete
My dad used to say "mana ada cina yang baik. Cina yang baik bila dia dah mati aje" rasist habis kan? But I smiled when I think of that statement today. Yeah I am a racist since 6th may 2013ReplyDelete
I know what you mean Annie.. part of my chinese heritage died too. I have chinese friends condemning the mosque for early morning azan. Yet, why only now they wish to bring it up? Also those that feel BN is so corrupted but yet they applaud interference from external parties thus selling their own country. There's no way we can live in harmony if all races and religion can't respect one another. Same goes with pakatan.. there will be tussle over who's policies to implement (PAS or DAP) even if they win the election. That I am very sure. I had a chat with my family friends that experienced May 13th.. believe me, I shudder whenever I think about it.ReplyDelete
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Hi Annie, I am Malay but the irony is that I am 100% of Chinese blood. My mother a Hainanese was adopted by a Muslim lady, also an adopted Chinese. In my homestead Trengganu a long time ago, many Chinese gave away their girls because to them girls did not bring any economic gains. It is the Malays that will end up adopting these castaways. The Malays were very good to the children and brought them up with love i.e. the reason they were given to the Malays.ReplyDelete
My father’s whole family became Muslims and since we were Muslims and adopted the Malay culture we ended up being Malays. Malays of that time were laid back and simple people and did not place money as the most important factor. It was because of these traits, the Chinese were able to live alongside the Malays. Had the Malays been competitive, money driven, I can bet my last dollar the Chinese will not be where they are now. The Chinese should be thankful that the Malays had these qualities.
There is a story I would like to relate( there are many more); my daughter’s ‘tukang urut’ who hails from trengganu is also a chinese adopted by a malay lady. Her father wanted to throw her away in the river when she was a baby. A malay lady who was washing her clothes by the river asked the man what he was doing with the baby girl. He said that she was not bringing luck (sial in malay) and is not keeping her. The lady stopped him and brought up the girl even though she was also poor. If you were to go to Trengganu , you will notice quite a nombor of malays who looked chinese-yes they were the product of these adoptions by the malays. When the girls were considered a burden they were taken in by the malays.
So as a malay an of chinese origin, I am very sad at what had happened during the GE13. For me especially my family – we are always grateful to the malays. Please don’t be driven by greed. To the malays work hard, be competitive, learn a trade or many trades…
That's the beauty of the Perlembagaan, when you are a Muslim than you will be Melayu. To all those Malaysian Chinese, what you had on the PRU13 hurt the Malays so much that it will be remembered in the coming years. Things will be never be the same again as the trust given was betrayed. You can give reasons but a friend will never betray a friend. JenLiew, you said that you want a clean better government, PKR and DAP a clean government eh?. Yeah! There are soooo clean.Delete
I remember many Chinese sundry shops that had existed in Malay kampungs and all-Malay residential areas for years and survive till today. The Malays patronised these shops and regard the Chinese as part of the community. Can the Malays run their shops in Petaling St. or Teong Nam or Pekan Cina and be welcome by the Chinese as part of their community? How long do you think a Malay shop can last in these areas?....and yet they call the Malay racist !!!ReplyDelete