Return of the Min Yuens

The PSM communist-terrorist-wannabe lembus hauled up like mad cows as they entered Penang

The arrest of 31 Parti Sosialis Malaysia led by Sungai Siput MP Dr Michael Jeyakumar yesterday in North Penang by Penang Police for distribution of materials towards anarchy-advocation has an evil twist. The Penang Police today revealed that this group is found to be advocating materials to revive the outlawed communism rebellion. T-shirts with faces of Chin “Butcher of Malaya” Peng and Rashid Maidin and bulleting with hardline socialism were confiscated from them.

Published: Sunday June 26, 2011 MYT 6:04:00 PM
Updated: Sunday June 26, 2011 MYT 7:10:00 PM

Police: PSM activists trying to rekindle communist ideology

He said that the 30 activists led by Sungai Siput Member of ParliamentDr Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj had distributed flyers deemed to be a threat to national security.

“They were carrrying items inciting the people to hate the government. This is serious and can threaten national security,” he told reporters here on Sunday.

Police also seized various items associated with the Malayan Communist Party (MCP) ideology from the activists travelling from Sungai Petani, Kedah to Penang.

“They include flyers and t-shirts with Chin Peng, Rashid Maidin and Suriani Abdullah – all connected to MCP – written on them.”

Rahim said the 31 people, aged 18 to 64 years, were remanded to facilitate investigation into the case.

The remand order was issued pursuant to Section 122 of Penal Code for waging war on Yang diPertuan Agong.

Meanwhile, in Kuala Lumpur, police detained on Sunday eight men, who were wearing yellow t-shirts with ‘Bersih 2.0’ written in Jawi at Taman Kosas, Ampang.

Ampang Jaya Police Chief ACP Amiruddin Jamaluddin said all eight were detained for wearing yellow t-shirts with ‘Bersih 2.0’ written on it, reflecting their support for the July 9, illegal rally.

“They were also found to have disrupted public order while riding on their motorcycles in the area. It was the reason for their arrest,” he told Bernama on Sunday.

They were detained at 11am in front of the Taman Kosas mosque and taken to the Ampang police station.

They would be released after their statements were recorded, he said. – Bernama


They were arrested when they entered Penang, the next stop of their campaign tour. The are currently being investigated for crimes of waging the war against His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang DiPertuan Agong

A t shirt confiscated from the PRM members enroute to Penang

For the record, the Communists Rebels lay down their arms in a peace agreement ‘Hadyaii Accord’ on 2 December 1989. The Communist Party of Malaya has been disbanded and arms laid. But they never gave up or thought to be ever giving up their communism ideology.

This does not come as a surprise. Penang since 12th General Election “Political Tsunami” saw the hostile-democratic-take-over by the Chinese Chauvinists DAP, the modern day Min Yuens. They were the strong advocates for the return of Communist Party Secretary General Chin “Butcher of Malaya” Peng, to die in the very nation he waged a brutal and bloody war for 54 years here in Malaysia. Since having new absolute power in Penang, they were systematically oppressive against the Malays. They were abhorrently rude against the Malays, which include HRH Sultans.

These Min Yuens have been consistently anti-majority and even to a point anti-nationalism. Example is Dr Kua Kia Soong and DAP Petaling Jaya MP Tony Pua’s outrageous criticism against the military and defense spending. Both claims were debunked with their face in the mud. Never the less, its their systematic attempt to rubbish if not demonise the security forces like the Armed Forces, Police, MMEA etc.

Dr Kua Kia Soong telling the world Malaysia paid more for less, without substanting their claims with facts

The recent opening ceremony of Sarawak State Assembly demonstrated how these incorrible ultra-rude Chinese Chauvinists refusal to wear songkok, which is the ceremonial ware infront of His Excellency the Governor in a state official ceremony. Previously, DAP ADUN for Bentayan Gwee Tong Hiang refused to wear a songkok back in 2008. Recently, DAP ADUN for Skudai Dr Boo Cheng Hau also refused to wear songkok in the opening of Johor State Assembly officiated by HRH Acting Sultan, then Tunku Mahkota Johor Tunku Ibrahim Ismail Ibni Sultan Iskandar.

DAP Bentayan assemblyman censured for not donning ceremonial attire

By : Siti Nurbaiyah Nadzmi and Satiman Jamin

At the first sitting of the Johor Assembly today, Bentayan assemblyman, Gwee Tong Hiang, of the DAP, was ordered to leave the State Assembly because he refused to wear the ceremonial attire for the occasion. Instead of donning the white Nehru collared tunic and songkok ceremonial attire worn by other assemblymen, Gwee chose a dark blue business suit without a songkok.

Gwee was asked to do so by the Speaker, Datuk Mohd Ali Hassan, about 9.45 am before the opening ceremony.

Speaking to reporters later, Gwee said: “I thought it did not matter what I wore because there is no standing order on the dress code. So, I chose not to wear the ceremonial attire,” he said.

Johor DAP chairman Dr Boo Cheng Hau, who is the Skudai State assemblyman, said at a meeting on April 20, it was agreed that the four DAP assemblymen would wear the ceremonial attire, and Gwee although absent from the meeting was informed of the decision.

“We have agreed to wear songkok and the ceremonial attire in respect of the Sultan’s presence. It was solely Gwee’s decision not to wear the attire. However, we are not going to take any action against him,” he said.

Senai assemblyman, Ong Kow Meng, also from DAP, was not wearing a songkok when the State Assembly was in session in the morning but donned one for the opening ceremony.

Datuk Mohd Ali Hassan said reminders had been sent to all assemblymen about the dress code for the opening ceremony a month in advance.

“The allocation for the attire has been given to them, and it was known that Gwee had a pair made for himself, so there is no reason why he could not fulfil the dress code requirements,” he said.

Mohd Ali also said the opening ceremony was an official function, so everyone should adhere to the rules and regulations.

Menteri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman said Gwee was being extremely disrespectful by refusing to wear the proper attire especially the songkok in the Sultan’s presence.

“Wearing songkok in the presence of the Sultan has been a tradition which was practised for more than a century and in the case of the State Assembly it was a tradition dating back more than 50 years ago.


The utter disrespect and rudeness to HRH Sultans now escalated to His Majesty Seri Paduka Yang DiPertuan Agong.

Yesterday, in His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang DiPertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Ibni Sultan Mahmood official visit to Penang, the Chinese Chauvinist DAP Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng acted rude to the King. He used his index finger to point, instead of the thumb.

Sunday June 26, 2011

Penang equestrian club gets royal launch

GEORGE TOWN: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin, who is known for his passion for horses, opened the Al-Khamsa equestrian club at the Penang Municipal Park here.

The King was escorted by club president Abdul Mutalib Ismail on a tour around the centre, which sits on 0.8ha of land at the island’s main public recreational ground here.

Tuanku Mizan also visited the stables, which is home to several Arabian horses imported from Australia, Russia and Poland.

View from the top: Tuanku Mizan and Tuanku Nur Zahirah listening to an explanation by Lim (left) while enjoying the view at the peak of Bukit Bendera in Penang Saturday. — Bernama

Later, he was presented with a painting of an Arabian horse, called “balance and beauty”.

Tuanku Mizan was accompanied by Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas and his consort Toh Puan Majimor Shariff as well as Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and his wife Betty Chew.

Later, the King visited Penang Hill together with Raja Permaisuri Agong Tuanku Nur Zahirah.


This is unacceptable as any citizen if need to show something to His Majesty or any of His Royal Highnesses, they have to use their thumb. In Malay culture, a common courtesy of a younger person to do the same in pointing something to an elder person.

Utter Biadap!: Chinese Chauvinist Lim Guan Eng using index finger to point something for HM SPB YDP Agong's attention

It is impossible for Lim to be ignorant of this. He has been a legislator at Dewan Rakyat level since 1986 (with the interregnum period of 1999-2004). He used his index finger to point something for His Majesty’s attention on purpose, to subtly illustrate his utmost disrespect against the Malays and norms.

As CM of Penang, Chinese Chauvinist Lim Guan Eng( fourth from right) attending 217th Conference of Rulers meeting at Istana Negara on 29 June 2009. Still not wearing the songkok in the presence of His Majesty SPB YDP Agong, HRH Sultans and HE TYT YDP Negeri

When attending meeting of the Conference of Rulers as the Chief Minister accompanying HE Tuan Yang Terutama Yang DiPertua Negeri Pulau Pinang, Lim refuse to wear the songkok in the presence of His Majesty and all nine His Royal Highnesses. This biadap behaviour is now a habit and must stop! If the Chinese Chauvinist wish to live in peace as the minority in a tanahair where the majority still uphold high respect for protocol, tradition, respect and posiition of the elders in the community, then they better learn how to behave.

Eventually, all these testing-of-tolerance-and-patience will reach its limit and end. Just like the racial riot tragedy these Chinese Chauvinists started forty two years ago. Their systematically testing of racism-based provocations are on the upward trend towards anarchy. A nation turned upside-down and burning with anger, hate and fury is a state where they want to be and the perfect opportunity for them to rise into absolute power.

Typically communist like pose with communism colours

That is what a modern day Min Yuen is all about. Neither they nor their comrades who waged a war against Malayans and Malaysians for 54 years would ever be forgiven, nor forgotten.

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  1. since when did DAP / PAP became polite ?

  2. Damn good of Penang Police to take such action. Yes, arrest those buggers. I support 100%. They must not be allowed to disturb the peace. They must not be allowed to let others think their actions are tolerable. They must be made examples of. Others must be warned in no uncertain terms.

    Communism is banned in this country. It has been so since British colonial times. The concept is anathema to Parliamentary Democracy that is enshrined in the Constitution. We fought a war with the blasted communists. Many lives lost, untold suffering and misery, hundreds of million Ringgit worth of property destroyed, and the economy stunted, Never again. Any sign of a resurgence or any attempt of the communists trying to come back must be thwarted. Nipped in the bud. In any form. Be it in the form of the so-called Bersih rally or whatever. Well done, Penang Police.

    Now, why is this thestaronline headline and report written such?

    “July 9 rally organisers will be held responsible if chaos erupts
    PUTRAJAYA: The July 9 rally organisers will be held responsible if the rally causes chaos in the country, warned Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on Sunday.”

    The heading should be “Citizens are warned against attending Bersih rally” or “Bersih leaders told to cease action”. But thestar heading and report gives the impression that DS Najib thinks the rally is inevitable, the Police has no resources to prevent it. Despite the fact that there is he olice Act and the ISA to resort to. No mention of the fact that the Armed Forces Chief has stated that the military is prepared to assist the Police in maintaining law and order as an additional warning for the people not to come out on July 9. Is the staronlie subscribing to the Bersih ill intent? Of politicizing the election rules issue? Or is it plain stupid reporting and editing?

    I suggest that the Police get ready large temporary detention centres. Dump there as many as possible those who come to the illegal rally or demonstration. Be it in open air or in enclosed quarters. I’m quite sure the military are on the stand by. They may even come out early in the day to show the strength of those who want to maintain law and order.

    No need to be overly concerned about the image of the country as a result of such actions. Remember that Thailand did the same in controlling unruly behaviour. Apply the ISA when necessary. After all, even USA has ISA detention without trial in Guantanamo Bay. Last counted there were about 200 prisoners there.

    Better be safe than have militant, communistic, or worse still, racial riots that the Bersih rally can turn into.

    • And what the hell is Ambiga talking about Police intimidation? Perhaps real intimidation should be made on her. Like shoving her to Kamunting.

      I’m happy to read about the Police in Ampang and in Segamat -Tangkak are also taking action on those fellas bent on disturbing the peace. The Korean and Filipino involved in the arrests in Johor should be deported pronto. We cannot have foreigners interfere in the internal affairs of this country. Damn them and shame them.

  3. When are the Police charging you for seditious, inciting anti-Christian posting?

    ~ Waiting for PDRM

    • Wat are you talking Opah?

      Opah = grandmother. R u one?

      If so mebbe you are ketinggalan zaman. The Police were investigating, grandma. If no basis to the posting, how come Police investigated?

      Since Police did investigation, wait for the results to be announced lah.

      • Yes, the investigation is on going.

        However, since Jelutong DAP member Mohd Razali Abdul Rahman came forward and made a Police report with Penang North East Police on 13 May 2011, the centre of attention has shifted.

        He corroborated what Utusan Malaysia posted on front page on 7 May 2011.

  4. Beginning with refusing to wear the songkok it will just a matter of time that these communists will refuse to conduct the State Assembly or Parliament sittings in the national language that is the Malay language.

    • If and when that happens, the Speaker should throw them out or those protesting should walk out.

      Then hit them hard in the papers, blogs, etc. Tell them the disloyal blokes not respecting the Constitution Article 152 on Bahasa Kebangsaan.

      Boycott them whenever and wherever possible.

  5. got this comment from a user by the name of joe mamak

    PSM is the smallest and the weakest party amongst the opposition parties. They are not even in PR.

    so why lim kit siang so kiasu la!

  6. It is interesting to note the trending up on the war of perceptions from both sides of the political divide: clever misinformation, preposterous lies, or simply diverting attention. Both sides are playing it. Just don’t be easily duped by anyone. Stay principled.

    • Hope you, too, terung.

      • Ye ke Wan? Heard the new joke? Najib wants 30% pu**ies to be in the boardroom. Does that mean that we have to be their s*x slaves? Euuw, misogynist me you say, but we now sure can ride the recession! Yeah!

      • Aiyya punk5terung, you said “Both sides are playing it. .. Stay principled.”

        But you only gave one side. You should play it both sides. Like Anwar.

  7. Hi BD,

    Have to agree with you in some respects:

    1. There is a proper dress code that must be adhered to when attending functions such as the State Assembly / Conference of Rulers. I cannot understand why this simple requirement cannot be followed.

    2. Pointing with the index finger is something I myself would NOT do when talking to an elder or someone who is Malay, simply because it is considered rude. If ever in the company of the Yang di Pertuan Agong, I would be extremely aware of my actions / words. So, I am sorry to see that this was not done. I hope that His Excellency will forgive this lack of decorum.

    • These are simply communist minded and anarchistic kind of blokes. They came to this country, brought the secret societies, thugs and gangsters and even behave such from time to time.

      They don’t respect and accept even the sensitive clauses of the Constitution, including the Special Position of the Malays, Islam as the official religion of the country and the songkok being a manifestation of that. Yet they grabbed the citizenship right for which the Special Position was enshrined in the Constitution.

      Really, where they are not loyal to the country, do not respect and adhere to the Constitution fully, they should be told to leave.

      • If they are all that you say they are, the voters will do the job and vote them out in the next GE.

        Shouldn’t be too long to wait now.

  8. She is an arrogant woman, isn’t she? S. Ambiga was today summoned to the Dang Wangi police headquarters to give her statement in relation to the upcoming Bersih rally. Was there for 2 hours from 2pm to 4pm.

    Ambiga told reporters later that she was unsure under which the law she was being investigated. Asked whether she would apply for a police permit to hold the rally, Ambiga said she would not do so.

    Who the hell does she think she is?

    She also criticised the police for arresting several Parti Sosialis Malaysia leaders over the weekend, saying it was ridiculous to accuse them of reviving communism. She said the authorities should “try to engage us more, not threaten us.” And that was after 2 hours at the Police HQ. A damned arrogant woman.

    Samad Said the national laureate was also summoned there in connection with the Bersih rally. But the fact that he arrived at the Police HQ together with PKR vice-president N Surendran shows that the Ambika woman and her Committee have allowed political parties’ involvement in the so-called civics or election rights rally. To use the popular words of Ban Ki Moon, the UN Secretary General, “This is not acceptable”.

  9. A Chief Minister, especially ones whose Head of State is the representative of the Yang Dipertuan Agong that does not accord proper respect to His Majesty cannot be conducting himself the way he did out of ignorance. Not especially ones that have been in politics and in power for so long.

    Iam convinced these pattern of action is a carefully choreographed act of defiant toward the sanctity of His Majesty as the Ruler of Malays (Raja-Raja Melayu) and in effect, contempt against Malay as a whole. Perhaps it is design to provoke an aggressive response.

    Seriously, for how much longer should we bear this kind of arrogance and defiance? There is law in this land, and some need it more than others.

    • I can understand the need for PDRM to question Ibrahim Ali / Ambiga since they are responsible respectively for organising rallies on 9th July.

      But, the need to question Dato’ A. Samad Said, a recipient of the Anugerah Sastera Negara in 1985, over a poem he recited?

      PDRM should be commended for their attention to this issue. Obviously, a Malaysian laureate such as A Samad Said could possibly constitute a threat to the peace and harmony of this country


      “Poetry has now become something extraordinary; it has now become a weapon,” he told a throng of journalists jostling to hear the soft-spoken man.

      Pak Samad, as he is popularly known, is being investigated under Section 4(1)(b) of the Sedition Act 1948 and Section 27(5) of the Police Act 1967 which relates to unlawful assembly.

      The laureate, easily recognisable by his shock of white hair and long white beard, said he was “saddened” that the authorities viewed his poem “with prejudice”.

      “In my poem, I did say that we need to purify democracy, not muddle it or pollute it… and in poetry, those are suggestions that are very pure and should be appreciated, not viewed suspiciously.

      “Personally, I find it rather strange why this has happened. A writer contributes through his art, to document a situation that is worsening, (but) it is viewed with such prejudice. This saddens me so,” he said.


      • He should have read about communist China’s Mao Zedong’s so-called Cultural Revolution in the 1960s. Having failed miserably with his economic policy called The Great Leap Forward and was criticized heavily, Mao announced a policy of encouraging writers, poets, lecturers, Professors to freely express themselves. They did.

        Mao then had an army of students, school children, all and sundry formed the so-called Red Guards. They were encouraged to drag those poor fellas, including those highly regarded poets and such, handcuffed, paraded on the streets, scoffed at, humiliated, spitted on, hurled with all sorts of abuse. Until various factions of the Red Guards went ruckus, fought on the streets and a civil war ensued. All told, since the failed Great Leap Forward, some 30 million Chinese died. So much for poets and Cultural Revolution.

        The moral of the story is: where it may lead to a disturbance of the peace, look for a communist under every bed. Heck, even the Americans did so during the McCarthy times not too long ago. Remember, the Americans have detention without trial like our ISA, in Guantanamo Bay, until today.

      • Trying not to misunderstand your comment here, but, are you attempting to draw similarities between communist China in the 1960s with present day Malaysia in order to justify the police questioning of a Malaysian national laureate over a poem?

        So, by questioning an acclaimed Malaysian novelist, PDRM would be trying to ascertain if he had communist leanings? Would that be the point you are trying to make?

        Am aware that we share our need for detention without trial with the Americans. Not sure if it is something to be proud of.

  10. I believe nothing here is co-incidental or occured by accident. It is deliberate and carefully orchestrated by the enemies of this state. The following are known communist strategy primarily employed in the West, specifically the USA when they are in the minority or militarily disadvantaged. It was uncovered in 1950s.

    – Use mass/student riots to foment public protests against programs or organizations which are under communist attack.

    – Infiltrate the press. Get control of book-review assignments, editorial writing, policymaking positions. Gain control of key positions in radio, TV and motion pictures.

    – Control media critics and directors by eliminating or attacking all laws governing obscenity/morality by calling them “censorship” and a violation of free speech and free press.

    – Criticize and opposed by all available means any effort in strenghtening the armed forces and law enforcement apparatus.

    – Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio and TV.

    – Present homosexuality, degeneracy and promiscuity as “normal, natural, healthy.”

    History has proven that this type of people can only understand the language of force. They have been discussed at length 60 odd years ago as the following extract from UK House of Lord Hansard shows:

    …..It was somewhere about June, 1948, that an open insurrection was begun in the Federation by the Chinese Communist Party of Malaya. This comprises about 5,000 active rebels, in jungle bands scattered throughout the country, recruited, backed, supported and led by Min Yuen, a subversive Chinese secret society of unknown numbers whose ramifications spread throughout the civil life of the country. One must remember that secret societies, with activities varying from mutual welfare and insurance to co-operative organisation for the promotion of intimidation, blackmail, murder and extortion, have been a feature of Chinese life from time immemorial.
    They flourish especially under weak Governments. In relation to Malaya, almost a hundred years ago—in 1854–4,000 Chinese were killed in ten days in Singapore in a clash between different secret societies. A realistic approach to that trouble very rapidly brought it to an end. The Chinese are essentially realists, and they appreciate—none better—the power of superior forces.

    So are we going to turned a blind eye toward this act of treason perpetrated right under our nose? Read the second paragraph carefully. Enough carrot has been handed out, its time to go for the stick.

    Home Minister should take a deep breath and decide before its too late.

    • Support your views fully VARUNA. The Home Minister should not hesitate to use the ISA and the Sedition Act.

      And good of you to research the Hansard records.

  11. the king is human being…same as us…..didnt islam teach you that?

    • Yes Islam do teach me the king is human being, just like our parents. That also mean each deserve certain amount of respect in accordance with their respective and relative position.

      Islam also teach about being courteous and respectful. I dont know about you, but I dont take too kindly to somebody who is kurang ajar with my my mother. If thatS OK with you, than obviously we are different.

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