How about Johoreans sue Kit for racism?

The ugly face and face of ugly

In his desperate attempt to win the imaginations of the Chinese voters for this last political run, Emperorissimo of ‘Middle Malaysia’ and Adviser to Chinese Chauvinist DAP Lim Kit Siang demanded that Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to withdraw the latter’s blog posting of ‘Gelang Patah’ three days ago or risk being sued for “Writing falsehood”.

GELANG PATAH

1. Kit Siang is going to contest in Gelang Patah.2. Why Gelang Patah?3. Obviously it is because Gelang Patah has a Chinese majority.

4. Obviously Kit Siang is going to play on Chinese sentiments.5. Johore has been an Alliance/Barisan Nasional stronghold ever since independence. The three races there have been supporting each other in elections. They do not have strong racist feelings.

6. But Kit Siang is going to bring about conflict and antagonism between the races, to wage the Chinese to dislike and hate the Malays.

7. The slogan of the DAP is Malaysian Malaysia, a slogan used by the PAP in the 1964 General Elections. The slogan implies that Malaysia did not belong to all Malaysians equally. It belongs to the Malays.

8. The PAP intended to get the Chinese not to co-operate with the Malays, to end the Sino-Malay “ kongsi” of the Tunku in the Alliance Party.

9. Kongsi means not taking all our entitlements for ourselves but sacrificing some so others may get their share.

10. The PAP rejected this “kongsi” principle demanding that everything be based on merit. When Singapore left Malaysia the DAP, the PAP Trojan horse, took up the Malaysian Malaysia slogan. The intention was to draw away Chinese support from the MCA and abandon the kongsi concept with UMNO and the Malays. The meritocracy promoted by the DAP will mean diminishing opportunities for the Malays in education and in business. This will result in the Malays becoming less and less qualified and poorer. Meritocracy is not about sharing but about the winners taking all.

11. When Kit Siang decided to contest in Chinese majority Gelang Patah it is because he wanted the Chinese there and in Johor to reject working together and sharing with the Malays.

12. An unhealthy racial confrontation would replace Sino-Malay cooperation which has made Malaysia stable and prosperous. That cooperation will end when Kit Siang wins Gelang Patah. Even if there will not be violent clashes as seen in many countries where people are divided by race or religion, but confrontation between the three major races in Malaysia will be disruptive and will not be conducive to the development of Malaysia.

13. For this reason the decision of Kit Siang to contest in Gelang Patah will be the focus of the 13th General Election in this country.

14. Will the DAP end Malay-Chinese friendship and cooperation in Johor or will “kongsi” remain the bases of race relations in Johor and in Malaysia?

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The day before this demand was made, Emperissimo Lim called the Statesman “The greatest enemy of his own Bangsa Malaysia and Vision 2020”.

The fact is that, there is nothing ‘Malaysian’ about Lim and his bandit of Chinese Chauvinists. They are anti-Malaysia for the fact that they have incited and instigated provisions in the Federal Constitution such as Articles 153 and 11(4). He also time and again talked about having mobstreet-demonstration-turned-riot ‘Malaysian Spring’ as an avenue for the minority to assume power and control over the majority.

DAP in the past till present day is true and true a Chinese Chauvinist party. The clear demonstration is that in the 15 December 2012 Central Executive Committee election, not a single Malay was voted in.

Lim has been going around meeting the Chinese voters all over Southern Johor with his Chinese Chauvinist overtones. This is something that Johoreans are not used to. In fact, Johoreans for the longest time rejected Lim and DAP Chinese Chauvinism. After almost 40 democracy, only at the 12th Parliament saw the most number of DAP elected representatives in the State of Johor.

Johoreans without differentiating any ethnic groups have worked well together the past 150 years. When Father of Modern Johor Sultan Abu Bakar took over the throne, part of his modernisation of the state is to open up more lands for cultivation. He initiated policies and provided aids to ethnic Chinese entrepreneurs to stimulate the development of the state’s agricultural economy which was founded by Chinese migrants from Souther China in the 1840s.

Emperissimo of ‘Middle Malaysia’ Lim Kit Siang

Since then, Johorean Chinese have been allowed to develop themselves as well as the state, owning businesses, plantations and eventually large projects. Johorean Chinese have never had any issues with regards to their culture, heritage and religion all along and lived comfortably in the a state where Islamic education for primary kids are compulsory and almost all Johoreans are able to read and write in Jawi.

In fact Johor has the most number of Chinese schools in the country, at 214 Chinese schools and eight independent Chinese schools.

Johor is the perfect example of Barisan Nasional ‘kongsi-kuasa‘ (power sharing) concept where the majority of the Malays vote any of the candidates nominated by the national coalition party without any condition. The harmonious inter-racial relations in Johor had been so formidable that for eleven general elections, Non Malay BN candidates win with very strong margins.

Non Malay Politicians who were served as Excos of Johor State Government went on to bigger posts, as they progress. Examples are Dato’ Lim Si Cheng who assumed the post of Deputy Speaker of Dewan Rakyat and Dato’ Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek who was appointed Minister of Health.

Gelang Patah

An example is in Gelang Patah Parliamentary constituency. Before Opposition’s ‘Politics of Hatred’ strategy, BN managed to poll almost 32,000 majority. It is a very good example how the Malays and Non Malays could decide, without any external instigation.

Lim by his own admission, together with PAP MP for Bangsar Devan Nair formed DAP in Malaysia. Lim also became the political secretary of Devan Nair.

Lim is now in Johor to do nothing but destabilise the political harmony and good understanding and relationship between all the races which have been formed for so long. His track records as an MP since 1969 is a demonstration that he practically did nothing for his constituents but play ‘Politics of Hatred’ as discolour politics.

Now that Emperissimo Lim is trying his luck in the state where he was born 72 years ago but never contested since his involvement in Chinese Chauvinist politics just after the 2nd general election in 1964, Johoreans should be aware that he is in no way giving up his ‘Politics of Hatred’ game. Probably the moment he brings over his Chinese Chauvinism as a candidate in Johor, Johoreans should condor suing him instead.

*Updated 2045hrs

In Pokok Sena, Kedah tonight, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad said Johoreans are extra-ordinary people.

“In Johor, all the races work very well together. Malays worked hard to ensure the Non Malays win during elections and vice-versa. Now Lim Kit Siang is contesting in Johor to instigate the Chinese and sow hatred against the Malays”.

He also commented in the recent DAP CEC election, no Malay leaders are elected.

“They had one Malay chap, Tunku Aziz. He is a Kedahan. Now, he left and working hard to tell who these DAP people really are”.

Published in: on April 14, 2013 at 15:30  Comments (10)  

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  1. Big Dog,
    What happened to the police reports against you for sedition in your anti-Christian Red Rock Hotel posting last two year?

    Has Hishamuddin & PDRM anounced the result of their investigations yet? Are you going to jail soon?

    ~ Anak Johor Jati

    • Your questions are deficient.

      1. I was never investigated for sedition

      2. Has the Police ever obligated to announce the results of any of their investigations?

      Please get your facts right.

  2. What a load of rubbish by the man who was once responsible for the riots of May 13,1969 and practicing politics of hate to garner votes from the Chinese. If the DAP championed the rights and interests of all Malaysians regardless of race and religion since its founding in 1966, why do they always choose a safe majority Chinese constituent? Why does Guan Eng not accept that challenge from Gerakan to contest in mixed and balance constituent?

    There is nothing wrong or suspicious about Perkasa or people who support Ibrahim Ali, an independent Member of Parliament. Perkasa is a NGO and it has no political ambition. If Perkasa is racist, then Dong Zhong & Hindraf must be the father of all racist.

    In Malaysia we cannot deny that everything is racial. Dong Zhong, established 1955, fights for Chinese education. Then Hindraf, establish 2007, fights for Indian rights. And due to the political ambition of the Malay leaders in UMNO and PAS, who seems to be bending backwards, too much, Perkasa only came much later, to preserve the rights of the Malays and they have never question or ask that the privileges accorded to the non-Malays be taken away.

    The DAP claims that Guan Eng went to jail fighting for a Malay girl. What a hogwash. Like father, like son: Lim Guan Eng was sent to jail because the court found him guilty of promoting hatred. In a High Court decision delivered on 28 April 1997, Guan Eng was found guilty under Section 4(1) (b) of the Sedition Act.
    He was also found guilty under Section 8A of the Printing Presses and Publications Act for maliciously publishing false news.
    The Court of Appeal found that the pamphlets printed by Guan Eng had “the effect of bringing the administration of justice into hatred and contempt” and that his allegations amounted to “denigrating and undermining the administration of criminal justice” — both offences which are deemed seditious under Malaysian law.
    The Court of Appeal upheld both the High Court convictions. It also revised Guan Eng’s punishment to 18 months’ jail on each charge and ordered that the two sentences run concurrently. The Court of Appeal coram comprised Justices Gopal Sri Ram, Siti Norma Yaakob and Denis J.F. Ong.
    The same court also affirmed that “the [High Court] trial judge was entirely correct in holding that the ingredients of each offence had been proved beyond a reasonable doubt”.
    For breaking the law, Guan Eng was sent to Kajang Prison on 25 Aug 1998 and released a year later after his concurrent 18-month sentences were commuted.

    Anuwar as PM!
    There is no way that the Rakyat would allow a sodomite to become the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

    • Just take a look at his face. A face full of hatred.

  3. The police must attend every ceramah of Lim Kit Siang and record them to prove that he is not instigating the Chinese to hate the Malays. If found otherwise he should be caught and charged for treason and treated as public enemy number one.

  4. Actually the chinese don’t need ceramahs to unite. They have always had double lives. What is apparent is rarely the reality. And their reality is rarely apparent to the unobservant.

    But unite they will, and close ranks, if it is in their interests.

  5. Memang betul apa yang Lim Kit Siang katakan, Tun M adalah musuh paling besar kepada konsep “Malaysian Malaysia”. Cuma apa yang beliau tidak sebut adalah konsep “Malaysian Malaysia” yang Tun tentang adalah konsep yang mereka, kumpulan chauvinist Cina ini perjuangkan.

    Pemimpin-pemimpin negara yang berbangsa Melayu sebelum ini hampir kesemuanya berusaha untuk memajukan negara dengan seadil dan saksama mungkin, termasuklah mengambil-kira faktor sensitiviti, aspirasi, kekurangan dan kelebihan sesuatu kaum dalam Malaya/Malaysia.

    Konsep “Malaysian Malaysia” yang Lim Kit Siang dan juak-juaknya bermati-matian perjuangkan adalah “kesama-rataan” yang sebenarnya memihak kepada mereka. Seperti mana yang kita tahu kaum Cina di negara ini sudah sekian lama menguasai ekonomi negara. Sehingga hari ini pun mereka masih memonopoli banyak sektor ekonomi seperti hartanah dan kewangan (kalau nak tahu kenapa harga rumah naik sehingga tidak terkawal, pergi ke laman sesawang REHDA – persatuan pembina rumah di Malaysia dan lihat siapa ahli-ahlinya). Kita juga tahu ekonomi merupakan sumber kuasa yang sangat besar kegunaan serta pengaruhnya. Kata orang putih “money makes the world goes around”, atau kerana duitlah dunia ini berpusing/segala-galanya bergerak. Jadi tidak hairanlah bila Lim Kit Siang bersungguh-sungguh mahu memperjuangkan konsep yang konon-kononnya sama-rata atau “Malaysian Malaysia” kerana ia akan mengekalkan “ketuanan” Cina dalam aspek ekonomi.

    Kalau dilihat dari ceramah dan kempen Cina DAP inipun, cuba bertanya pada diri sendiri, adakah apa-apa idea atau pendekatan baru yang bernas yang mereka ketengahkan? atau adakah ia semata-mata bermodalkan kritikan, putar-belit, penghinaan dan kadang-kala fitnah. Sekiranya kita merasa marah/geram/sakit hati pada kerajaan selepas mendengar ceramah mereka, maka tercapailah hasrat mereka untuk menghasut dan mempermainkan sentimen/emosi kita.Tapi pernahkah kita bertanya, sekiranya mereka ini diberi mandat untuk mentadbir negara, apakah rancangan mereka untuk memperbaiki keadaan? Ya perasaan marah dan benci kita mungkin sedikit terubat kerana dapat “menghukum” pihak tertentu, tapi apakah tindakan selanjutnya? Bagaimana dengan nasib orang Melayu? bagaimana dengan nasib anak-anak kita? bila kita pencen nanti ada lagikah duit untuk menampung persaraan atau kita akan jadi seperti pesara di Yunani dan Sepanyol? apa pula akan jadi pada keadaan perpaduan negara? Dimana duduknya Islam? Sejahat-jahat kita, sanggupkah kita tanggung dosa anak-anak kita yang mungkin murtad kerana kita “melonggarkan” kawalan? Benar, PAS ada dipihak mereka, tetapi adakah PAS jujur dalam memperjuangkan islam? mampukah mereka bertegas dengan ahli lain dalam PR? kalau mampu kenapa terlalu banyak prinsip asal perjuangan mereka digadai dengan begitu mudah sekali?

    DAP juga gemar membandingkan Malaysia dengan negara-negara tertentu. Saya telah belasan tahun merantau dan sampai ke hampir semua negara-negara yang mereka sebut. Percayalah, tidak ada satu negarapun yang disebut itu lebih baik dari negara kita dalam semua aspek. Masing-masing adalah kelebihan dan kekurangannya. Apa yang saya boleh katakan dalam banyak perkara Malaysia berada jauh dihadapan walaupun kita cuma sebuah negara yang agak “kerdil”. Jadi saya harap saudara-saudari sekalian buatlah pilihan yang bijak pada 5 Mei nanti. Nak berubah pun berubahlah kepada sesuatu yang lebih baik. Janganlah kita ikut perasaan dan jadi korban kerana membiarkan perasaan kita dipermainkan oleh golongan berkepentingan yang ada muslihat tertentu.

  6. […] I am of the opinion that Tun Dr Mahathir is right in his 11th April 2013 article on Lim Kit Siang and the DAP. The Tun is also right when he said, “Melayu Mudah Lupa (the Malays forget easily)“. […]

  7. […] Bottomline, they are more drawn to Emperorissmo ‘Middle Malaysia’ Lim Kit Siang’s racism Vs moving towards progress and a developed […]

  8. who says johorean chinese are not racists?lets take a look at the development in johor bahru itself. most operating businesses in johor bahru are owned by chinese people / chinese singaporeans. for workers for sure there is no way that they would hire malays unless if they dont wanna pay big salaries for workers, then they would hire malays and give crappy pay. lets take a look at online job arvertisers such as jobstreet itself. most jobs nowadays posted online , specifically in johor,requires chinese language or they’d even post (preferably chinese candidates). For singaporeans, they are expanding their business here in johor , since the business capital here is multiplied by two with more land, and they would tend to hire their same races only to work with them. Even certain people from other states also mentioned that malays who are working in johor are much poorer than those who are working at the northern states. Im pretty sure that those who are working in johor know whats going on and around. But there also those who are friendly, and kind but are limited to numbers.


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