I never thought it would be this way
The first glimmer of hope for BN after GE13 actually comes today from MCA.
The MCA delegates apparently proved themselves capable of moving forward.
The new top leadership line-up of the party voted in today,
Liow Tiong Lai
Deputy president :
Wee Ka Siong
Lee Chee Leong
Chew Mei Fun
Chua Tee Yong
Hou Kok Chung
Okay, I admit, I am guilty of writing them off.
Looking at the line-up, I now believe that these new MCA leaders could get cracking and win back some of the support of the Chinese community.
The line-up is a clear departure from the previous one which was plagued with problematic characters, myriad of problems as well as scandals.
Liow may be a bit slow, but he is a relatively decent fella. Wee a bit arrogant but hopefully he could moderate it a bit so that the party can have good working relationship with the other BN component parties, especially Umno.
The others are relatively young and respectable.
Not bad at all.
I think the MCA delegates did better at transforming their party leadership compared to Umno which had insisted on keeping the status quo during their party elections two months ago.
At least they didn't keep their tainted leaders, real or perceived. There was also no serious infighting leading to this transition of leadership. Just a bit of noise, that's all.
I am looking forward to see what these new MCA leaders could offer.
Congratulations to them.
Congratulations too to former MCA president DS Dr Chua Soi Lek who graciously step aside to give way to these new leaders to revive the party.
Hopefully, under the new leadership, the party's over one million members will vote for BN and persuade others of the Chinese community to do the same in the next general election and stop the racial polarization process of this country.
Hopefully it will happened. I really hate to hate the Chinese. My mother will be perpetually angry with me if I'm like that.
New fart. Old fart. Still fart.ReplyDelete
TARA TIPU TARA CINADelete
TARA BERMUKA MUKA TARA CINA
NEVER TRUST THE CHINESE BE IT MCA GERAKAN DAP ALL OF THEM ARE PEMAKAN BANGKAI BABI.. UNGRATEFUL PENDATANG
THEY ARE ALL PENIPU BENGKANG BENGKOK THE ONLY STRAIGHT ABOUT CHINESE IS THEIR HAIR.. THE REST SEMUA TAK LURUS KAKI TIPU
BUT CINA DAP IS WORSE CINA KOMUNIS
DAP@Dogs And Pigs
SO BEWARE OF ANJING N BABI
U SEE BRO
THEY CAME HERE AS COOLIE
BANGSA PENGOTOR PIG EATER
THEN THEY SET UP PROSTITUTION SELLING THEIR DAUGHTERS THEIR WIVES TO BRITISH THATS HOW THEY STARTED BECOMING RICH
THEN THEY TIPU DATOK KITA PURA PURA CINA BAIK STEALING OUR LANDS N WEALTH STARTED GAMBLING LIQUOR SAMSENG AHLONG
ITS THE BIGGEST MISTAKE TUNKU GIV THESE PENDATANG SEPET CITIZENSHIP N BAGI MUKA AT PENDATANG SEPET NOW MAU TUNJUK BESAR KEPALA RAMPAS KUASA MELAYU
THESE SEPET IMMIGRANTS ARE DISEASES TO ANY HOST COUNTRY THEY CAME AUSTRALIAN HATES THEM CANADIAN SPIT ON THEM AMERICAN MAKE FOOL OF THEM
SO BRO TAKYAHLAH BERBAIK DGN BANGSA BABI PENIPU NI SEMUANYA BERMUKA MUKA BERLAKON BAIK DEPAN MELAYU
INGAT TU.. TARA TIPU TARA CINA
TARA needs to get a life. TARA is either a red bean hoping to muddy the waters or a delusional blue bottle fly. I haven't seen so much rubbish before.Delete
Tara has just been released from Tanjung Rambutan recently, what can you expect !!!Delete
You sad it perfectly well and very frank indeed , I cant say any better , when ever I see a biadap Chinese ,I hate what Yungku did 57 years back , without consulting the Malay then, he gave million + citizenship to the pendatang .
Just see what's the problem the Malay are facing now.
TARA is a cousin of Annie. Both have the penchant of hating the Chinese no matter where they come from.Delete
The problems that the majority Malays facing now is low wages and poor education provided to them by UMNO and this has hindered their advance.Delete
Encik Tara, nanti you punya isteri lari sama laki UMNO you pon blame sama kat cina babi kah ?Delete
chinese pendatang sepet shall be tongkang back to china where they can keep their thocang long n eat pig 10kg a dayDelete
theres nothing good about these pendatang sepet they are like mad dog barking day n nite wanting this n that
we shall close these chinese apartheid segregation school a source of evil racism giler je ape cina ni tumpang negeri melayu lagi mau sekolah cina di negri melayu
wake up malays chinese is a disease a virus in tanah melayu
HSC...HAPUSKAN SEKOLAH CINA (BABI.....)
Really boring comments lah by TARA & HSC whom I suspect are the same person.Delete
Isteri Encik Tara meniduri tebing tinggi (an UMNO goon), Encik Tara tarak sakit hati malah bersyukur kepada tebing tinggi. Bodoh punya bodoh, Encik Tara terus maki hamun cina sepet pasal isterinya tidor dgn tebing tinggi.Delete
n i suspect ur one those cina babi heyy pls go back to china laa ur not wanted in this malay land haiyooo bodoh punye sepet
TARA CINA TARA BABIDelete
TARA BABI TARA CINA
CINA IS BABI
BABI IS CINA
HAHAA CINA BABI MAKAN RUPA SELUPA BABI BISING MACAM BABI OTAK BABI MULUT BUSUK MCM BABI TAMAK MACAM BABI AIYOOO SO MANY BABIS IN CINA HAHAAA
Quote of the day (by Annie) : 'I really hate to hate the Chinese'.ReplyDelete
Light of the world, shine on meDelete
"Love is the Answer"
Shine on us all
Set us free
Love is the Answer
Tell me, are we alive
Or just a dying planet
...... what are the chances? .... ask the One in your heart for the answer
With Liao as new boss, MCA can RIP.ReplyDelete
LKS and LGE are the dynastic zombie kings of the walking dead marxistsDelete
we dont need a single vote from sepet n yet bn can still rule federal like wat happened in ge13
so wats the moral conclusion
go to hell all the pendatang cina sepet u can all vote dap communist n yet we malay ll forever rule msia n lets start purging all the chinese anything chinese we shall wipe out except dun exterminate amoi kat bukit bintang hehee we need them lol
the rest we shall close chinese schools ban chinese language ban chinese name burn the chops stick hahaa n dun forget to force them to use water after taking a pooh cannot use tissue anymore.. kotor la hahaa
By your own arguments why are you so hangat then about the way the Chinese voted?Delete
I dont think he is hangat about how chinese voted. It more of how chinese keep demanding as if they voted BN.Delete
...from a porn star President to a Liar President, well done MCA.ReplyDelete
Mahu Cium Annie
I really cannot see MCA winning back the Chinese vote in time for GE14.
What can MCA offer the Chinese between now and GE14?
An end to corruption? Better education? No more abuse of power by UMNO?
Ah!! But MCA can offer a better deal for the Chinese, I hear you say.
Well, how can MCA do that without raising the hackles of radicals in UMNO?
Do you think the rank and file in UMNO will accept the Chinese getting a better deal? Even you, as a moderate UMNO supporter, believe that the Chinese have already been given TOO MUCH!! What do you think a radical UMNO supporter would think? :)
No, my dear Annie, the Chinese know that where MCA was an equal partner in BN once upon a time, today, MCA is merely UMNO's lapdog.
MCA was an equal partner with UMNO in BN? When was that?Delete
the same goes to Pas in PakatanDelete
Well, a long long long time ago, in a far far away land, MCA had a voice and was able to speak to UMNO on equal terms.
Although UMNO was always the "team leader", MCA and MIC were valued friends and had valuable input.
Such halycon days are now long forgotten to most Malaysians except those who have some interest in Malaysian political history.
Have a read of Malaysian history from say, 1940s' onwards. Quite interesting to see the changes we have undergone since then.
Knowledge is power and it has allowed me to be tolerant and understanding of the morons who post stupid racist comments in this blog.
No, you are incorrect if you think that PAS has a junior role in Pakatan - at the moment.
If you wish to continue believing UMNO propaganda, instead of simple logic, feel free.
The Pakatan strategy requires PKR, DAP and PAS to have equal say - for obvious reasons.
Just UMNO is the "team leader" in BN, I think it is safe to say that PKR has the same role in Pakatan.
Those were the days when the chinese were small and need others to survive in this wild and underdeveloped land. Now that this land had prospered, due to persevere and hard work of everybody, the chinese had grown big-headed and think they can have this country all for themselves.Delete
What we see experience today is far cry from those good early days. Tunku was wrong in giving the immigrants legal status, but I don't fault his honesty.
How can you be so unbelievable stupid anon 11:05 ? The Chinese are the minority in the country and with their combined Parliament seat is not more than 18%, so please tell us how the Chinese 'can have' this country all for themselves ?Delete
Si bodoh anon 11:05, lain kali kalau nak bohong pon kenalah pandai sikit-sikit, kalau tidak orang ramai akan ketawakan mu.
"Those were the days when the chinese were small and need others to survive in this wild and underdeveloped land."
The Chinese have never needed anybody to survive.
Look at the examples of the Chinese who have worked the goldfields of America and Australia. Those were hostile conditions in more ways than one.
"Now that this land had prospered, due to persevere and hard work of everybody"
The prosperity of Malaysia was due to petro-dollars - not hard work.
"the chinese had grown big-headed and think they can have this country all for themselves."
I find it difficult to comment on the seige-mentality of Malaysians.
The Malays fear the Chinese, the Chinese fear the Malays, the Indians fear everybody.
Why do Malaysians choose to behave this way?
"What we see experience today is far cry from those good early days."
It is quite obvious to me that there is a lot of hatred amongst the races. How did it get to this?
I am assuming many of the racist comments in this article come from Malays with comments from the Chinese coming in a close second.
If they are, in fact Malays, I am just surprised that they believe it is OK to be racist. I thought Malays are Muslims and Islam forbids such thoughts.
But I am not a Muslim, so what do I know.
As far as racist comments from the Chinese are concerned, I find them as stupid as those from the ones by the Malays.
There a saying that goes, "Your shit smells just as bad as mine".
I can tell that there are some pretty dumb stupid Malaysians who don't understand what that saying means.
"Tunku was wrong in giving the immigrants legal status, but I don't fault his honesty."
What did you expect the Tengku to do?
Refuse to accept a political solution from the British and risk having the British ruling Malaya for another few hundred years?
Anon 20:34. Call yourself stupid and ignorant first before you call others stupid. The Syiah Alawiyah make up only 10% the population of Syriah, yet their leader Bashir Al-Assad rule the country.Delete
Anon 20:34 Lu ini betul Bahlol ma , dah tu Bebal pulak. Anon 11:05 bukan buat sukatan peratusan lol! 11:05 cerita pasal babi bandar Lu cerita pasal keling mabuk!Delete
Re. Refuse to accept a political solution from the British and risk having the British ruling Malaya for another few hundred years?Delete
The trend during that period is confrontation... Indonesia has done it and the British knew that they couldn't get away with it they don't agree.
Never forget that president Sukarno was a marxist under his "islamic skin". That's why Malaysia and Singapore so damn afraid of both Chin Peng and Sukarno. They could only rule with terror and the iron fist ..... remember the Emergency years?Delete
Professor Diane Obenchain specializes in the religious traditions of China and Japan, Southeast Asia, and South Asia. Her area of scholarly expertise is the Ru (Confucian) tradition, now a global tradition. As a comparative historian of religion, her research interests include globalization, plurality, world Christianity, and mission.ReplyDelete
God, Confucius, and Human Rights vs Marxist Chinese Culture:
Master Muhammad s.a.w., who is the Messenger of The Cosmic Creator, Unique and Absolute, is prophesied as Buddha Maitreya (the Mercy for all creation) in the sutras of Gautama Buddha Sakyamuni:Delete
The excellent Messenger of Allah possess the perfections of skillful means & encompassing wisdom, all-embracing trustworthiness, and comprehensive propagation of the religious truths.
Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim:Delete
Praises be to the One, Uncompounded and Uncreate, from Whom all things in creation proceed. Here is the brilliant document (PDF) of recent times that traces the discourse in this regard, initiated by His Holiness the Dalai Lama:
A Common Ground between Islam and Buddhism:
First job for MCA - get rid of those massage parlours +++, resemblances +++ and the dirty judi haram +++. Let all chinkies be decent peoples, know where they stand. No more corrupt minds and familes. MCA's so good friend DAP already playing gods and tokongs, killing the new breeds.ReplyDelete
Second job for MCA - The new Timb. Presiden must know his political stance. DO NOT SIMPLY WHACK MALAYS ! Kuman seberang laut nampak, jahat cina sebesar GAJAH di depan mata buat-buat tidak tahu. If you want to be a honest politician, then be the one !
Third Job for MCA - No more businesses and private sectors monopolies establishing and enhancing your only ethnicism. Libatkan Melayu dan dll untuk mengisi aspirasi kerajaan BN - demi satu Negara.
Fourth Job for MCA - No more bold chinese letters on your banners. Let it be BAHASA KEBANGSAAN first and followed by the second, third wn fourth language. Anything wrong to write in Jawi ? Teach the stupid malays to get hold of their mother tongue. Dong Zhong and the other Szhong are just persatuan. MCA must be the leader. Please do moderation on your vernacular schools ! This is Malaysia ! There are Malays students too. So are Indians . But Satu Sekolah so much needed for our generations to live in Satu DASAR PERPADUAN.
Not much MCA ! Its no more about controlling economies, dream to fully Ouch!cast(?) the Malays and finally to take over Putrajaya. This is stupid dream. Let alone Singapore and Let us build Malaysia, TOGETHER !
No more backstabbing...
Lin Yu Tang studied for his bachelor's degree at Saint John's University in Shanghai, then continued his study for a doctoral degree at Harvard University. He later wrote that it was in the Widener Library he first found himself and first came alive. He left Harvard early however, moving to work with the Chinese Labor Corps in France and eventually to Germany, where he completed his requirements for a doctoral degree in Chinese philology at the University of Leipzig. From 1923 to 1926 he taught English literature at Peking University. His many works represent an attempt to bridge the cultural gap between the East and the West. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1940 and 1950.Delete
In the mid-1950s, he served briefly but unhappily as president (or chancellor) of the Nanyang University which was newly created in Singapore specifically for Chinese studies as parallel to the English-oriented University of Singapore. He did not, however, choose to continue in that role when the faculty resisted his plans for structural reform: Nanyang (South Seas) University became a focus of the struggle for control of Singapore between the Communist-directed left and the liberal, social democratic right. Dr. Lin Yu Tang felt he was too old for the conflict.Some of the professor's quotes:
"Where there are too many policemen, there is no liberty. Where there are too many soldiers, there is no peace. Where there are too many lawyers, there is no justice."
"Today we are afraid of simple words like goodness, mercy and
kindness. We don't believe in the good old words because we don't believe in good old values anymore. And that's why the world is sick."
Thank you and thank you, at last the voices of the moderates have spoken. We will march to better Malaysia with grievances, hopes and prayers.ReplyDelete
Mana ada moderate chinese. Their kiasu attitude will drive them to kill at the first smell of blood. Ungrateful pigs, they are!Delete
All Chinese are not the same just as all Malays are not the same. Perhaps the difference is between those who crave after the worldly things and those who love the spiritual life. And finding the balance is a lifelong personal challenge ..... hopefully enter into our graves with wisdom.Delete
Don't compare Malaysia with Singapore. The chinese is the majority there, they very much can do as they like there. With their wealth and bribery skills it is not impossible for them to have political power here but once the ignorant natives realised that they had been had, it will only lead to mass disenchantment and will surely result in chaos. The chinese might have both political and economic power but they will surely miss peace. We have seen it in Uganda, South Africa, Fiji, and others.ReplyDelete
anon 14:19, dooooooooooooooon't talk shit 3x !!Delete
you go Singapore and bribe their policeman there and see what will happen to you ?
Yet CINABENG are the biggest Rasuah giver in this country...same with Singapork, when they are here they do the same...
So called clean Singaporean turned the other way round across the causeway.Delete
Two Singaporean men were sentenced to one day's jail and fined RM10,000 by the Sessions Court here today after they were found guilty of giving bribe to Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD)enforcement officers two months ago.
Anon 14:19. If you cannot understand don't talk lah. You graduate sekolah cina kah?ReplyDelete
Those are very kind words from Annie. I wish I could share your optimism, but if I'm honest to myself, I can't. Although I want to see MCA regain some support, but I have my doubts that the current lineup in MCA can achieve much. Their current personalities in leadership roles are not exactly leadership quality and does not command the respect of the Chinese community. Old wine in new bottle. Well, at least they will stop sabotaging each other.ReplyDelete
There's a reason why BN still keeps MCA around, and it's not altruism. And there's a reason why the other major component parties in BN are sinking, MCA, Gerakan, MIC...
The Malays can continue their tirade towards the Chinese, or others, makes no difference. The attacks against the Chinese before, & especially after GE13, has sealed the fate of MCA. The Malays don't have to be defensive, or even try justify their actions. Neither do the Chinese. It is their right to voice their opinions. And it's actually good that the Chinese & the Malays know how they truly feel about each other. At least they can now discard with the pretensions.
It has always been about mutual benefits. When the 'taps/wallets' run dry, the truth emerges.
please moderate your commentator. too strong words.this just my humble opinion.ReplyDelete
Annie's blog is platform used by all the UMNO goons to bash the Chinese and other non Malay community in the country. Sadly, the little lady of the valley has got nothing better to do in her life than to curse and to blame for all the failures of Malays solely in the chinese community.Delete
The malays had refrained from saying the truth for so long, until the chinese showed their true colour in GE13.Delete
chinese immigrants shall be tongkang back to china where they can squat happily eating pigs as much as they wishDelete
You forgot to this sentence "and the chinkies and I'm not Indian but Christian kinds use Malaysiakini, Malaysian Insider, Malaysian Chronicle to bash the Malays and Islam".
Good one... that is the Cinabeng and Pambu community hypocrisy...
I love you AnnieReplyDelete
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We all love you AnnieReplyDelete
They tried with Bintang Tiga in 1945, they mange to rule for 14 days. They tried again in 1969 through DAP, they only manage to create chaos. Then DAP tried again, in 2013, in cohort with liberal malays and religious extremist and they get very close. Surely they will try again soon. I guess it's in their blood. Malays need to be very vigilant.ReplyDelete
Petikan dari blog TDS World:ReplyDelete
Kata seorang sahabat yang saya panggil Uncle, meminta saya menuliskan ini.
"Cina dulu pandai berbanding dengan Cina sekarang. Cina dulu tahu menjaga mulut dan budi bahasa supaya diterima oleh semua orang. Dengan itu bisness lebih maju dan dan duit lebih banyak masuk. Itu penting."
"Kena bebas politik dan selalu bantu orang tidak kira siapa, supaya bisness sentiasa berulang sehingga ke anak cucu. Orang Melayu ingat pada orang yang berbudi dan menolong. Kalau susah, orang melayu paling cepat tolong."
"Cina sekarang sudah kurang ajar dan lupa diri. Mengikut pengamatannya, orang yang kurang ajar dan lupa diri akan jatuh tersungkur juga nanti ditindas oleh orang yang lebih kurang ajar dan lupa diri dari diri mereka sendiri."
To all the "Bananas" and "Coconuts" in Malaysia, I wish you:-ReplyDelete
"Melly, melly. Kelismas!"
Don't forget to add cuka getah to your samsu and toddy. Cheers! Omputeh wannabe!
"I really hate to hate the Chinese." - Its normal for every race. Some Malays hate the Malays, some Indians hate their own Indians, some Jewish also hate the other Jewish. That's why we are so called human being. Nobody's perfect. :)ReplyDelete
Ask yourselves why you’ve been left behind in wealth race, Ku Li tells MalaysReplyDelete
Instead of wailing, lamenting and demanding more Bumiputera participation in the economy, Malays should take a good look at themselves and ask why they have been left behind, said veteran politician Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah.
Tengku Razaleigh, or known as Ku Li, noted that the number of Malays holding key positions in the corporate sector had decreased compared with previous years.
While Felda Global Ventures (FGV) has spread its wings to other countries and boosted trade, it did not involve many Malays.
"The halal product industry is sadly controlled and dominated by non-Malays. The most disappointing thing is that several Malays, who founded local businesses, are no longer the owners but workers of the companies," Ku Li said when opening the 4th Perkasa general assembly in Kuala Lumpur today.
"Let me make it clear, these developments are not related to racial issues or the special rights of Malays being ignored.
“The core of the issue is that Malays have lost their edge in an increasingly competitive business arena."
Malays can no longer blame others for monopolising economic wealth in Malaysia because they have been given numerous opportunities and aid.
It is time for them to equip themselves with the necessary knowledge to succeed in the business arena.
Ku Li said the Malays should be taught skills and knowledge so that they would learn how to be independent instead of constantly relying on the Government.
He said if Malays continued to be dependent on Putrajaya, they would be swallowed by globalisation.
Ku Li also said Perkasa should take a good look at itself and ask why it has been mocked and ignored by the Malay community whose rights the party professes to struggle for.
I love you too AnnieReplyDelete