What is DAP’s contribution to the defense of the realm?

Yesterday, was the national level celebrations to honour our warriors. It is to commemorate those who bear arms to defend the sovereignity of this tanahair and ibu pertiwi.

Since 1933, Malaya has had military units. The oldest is the Royal Malay Regiment even though the Police has then around since 1807. Men have lost lives, been wounded and their families suffered for the sake of this nation ever since. To date, they have accumulated so much victories and success stories. Equally, they have made sacrifices. Like the Royal Malaysian Police in Bukit Kepong , Johor (during Emergency), Royal Malay Regiment in Kalabakan, Sabah (during Confrotation) and Royal Malaysian Navy lost a ship KD Seri Perak in a South China Sea storm, 1984. These dead and surviving warriors are honoured.

DAP claim that they are a multiracial Malaysian political party, which promotes equality amongst Malaysians. Their tagline is “Malaysian, Malaysia”. ‘Equality’ should transcend beyond rights and privileges but should also include responsibility. DAP should promote that all Malaysians bear the responsibility to take care this nation, which include risking their lives to defend the sovereignty of tanahair and ibu pertiwi.

Yet, so far we fail to see that. What we only see is that DAP will politicize and capitalise to the maximum every opportunity to bash enforcement agencies, especially the Police. DAP Leaders in private even supported the idea and attempt to bring back Former CPM Secretary General Chin “Butcher of Malaya” Peng.

Hence, for this year’s warriors day celebrations, we here at BigDogDotCom demand that DAP play their role to constructively promote human capital initiatives for the defense of the realm. Enough is enough on the Police and enforcement agency bashing. We hereby challenge DAP bring out the Non Malays, particularly the Chinese to the very least make up 35% of the application into all positions within essential services, especially the military and Police.

Before anyone argues that the Non Malays, especially the Chinese would be marginalised and even alienated if they join the any of the essential service forces, think again. Malaysia is not like Singapore. In Malaysia we will allow Non Malays to have a career in all the military services and Police Force.

Failure, especially with excuses will only demonstrate DAP being a true blue chauvinist party.

In the time being, lets sing the patriotic song for the warriors:


Inilah barisan kita,
Yang ikhlas berjuang.
Siap sedia berkorban,
Untuk ibu pertiwi!
Sebelum kita berjaya,
Jangan harap kami pulang!
Inilah sumpah pendekar kita,
Menuju medan bakti!
Andai kata kami gugur semua,
Taburlah bunga di atas pusara.
Kami mohon doa,
Malaysia berjaya!
Semboyan telah berbunyi,
Menuju medan bakti!
Published in: on August 1, 2009 at 09:36  Comments (31)