The commies haven’t even had power yet

In sheer anticipation of the majority knowing the truth by creating more controversies at Datin Paduka Shuhaimi Baba’s highly acclaimed latest project about two Malaysian Statesmen Tun Abdul Razak Hussein and Tun Dr Ismail Abdul Rahman between 8 May 1969 till 16 January 1976, DAP Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng banned the film from being screened in the state.

Kerajaan DAP Pulau Pinang haramkan Tanda Putera


PULAU PINANG 29 Ogos – Kerajaan DAP Pulau Pinang mengharamkan tayangan filem Tanda Putera di semua pawagam di negeri ini.

Ketua Menteri, Lim Guan Eng berkata, surat rasmi akan dihantar kepada semua pemilik pawagam yang diberi lesen peniagaan oleh pihak berkuasa tempatan hari ini supaya tidak menayangkan filem berkenaan. – UTUSAN ONLINE

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Many lessons glaringly portrayed from this absurd and immature call.

One, Chinese Chauvinist Mini Emperorissimo of Middle Malaysia Lim Guan Eng has yet to watch the film, to determine whether the contents are really part of sowing hatred against the Chinese as he claims or the unsuitability for majority of Malaysians. And yet, he pre-empted very unfairly and with deep prejudice to a work which many felt majority of Malaysians should understand what were circumstances, challenges and decisions made by Tun Razak and Tun Dr Ismail under duress when the nation was in distress.

Two, the film censorship board under Home Ministry already approved the film for public screening when PG13 certificate was issued on 11 June last year. This is after the usual scrutiny, security and moral experts already  done with vetting the film to ascertain it is fit for public screening without having detrimental outcomes.

Mein Fuhrer

Third, the film is under the Ministry of Communication and Multimedia policy scheme of ‘Wajib Tayang’ where locally produced films must be slotted for public screening through the cinema circuits. Undermining this policy is like attacking public and industry interest and cinema operators risk losing their operating license.

Fourth, DAP Secretary General and Mini Emperorissimo of Middle Malaysia Lim’s constant statement berating ‘Tanda Putera’ without any basis and his latest reaction is a demonstration that they are very afraid for their own dark and horrible direct involvement in the past, in turning this country into to a destabilized nation. It is undeniably an admission of guilt.

Fifth, DAP Secretary General Lim even in his capacity of Chief Minister of Pulau Pinang neither has the ultra-vires power to stop any public presentation by commercial entities which are licensed and have the necessary permits and approvals.

Ruthless and Racist Dictator

Mini Emperorissimo of Middle Malaysia Lim just demonstrated a behaviour of who they and his band of bandits really are, a ruthless dictator. It is undoubtedly that they are Neo Min Yuens and they are very much keeping alive their modus operandi as “Radicals and subversive elements”, exactly like in May 1969 how and when the racial clashes erupted.

As Neo Min Yuens, they have been consistently and systematically out to create disability via their ‘Politics of Hatred’ strategy and continue to sow and fan racism, Chinese chauvinism and anti-Constitution traits and provocations. They are also out to confuse especially younger Malaysians with their manipulation of half truths and twisting actual events and intepretation of the skewed history.

‘Tanda Putera’ was an opportunity for many Malaysians to be reminded what had happened and transpired before and after the 13 May 1969 racial clashes in the past. For many more younger Malaysians, the film is about telling them there are still “Extremists, radicals and subversive elements” in the society today and they should be rejected.

Lim Guan Eng demonstrating his blatant rudeness by trampling on photos

This blatant act of dictatorship is completely against every principle of entrepreneurism, rights  of licensed commercial entities to present their product and earn for their keep and the performing arts industry. This is also complete violation of the principle of democracy and freedom of expression.

Imagine of they have the power as the Federal Government.

In short, ‘Tanda Putera’ is a performing arts project based on historical facts and personal accounts, where many could learn the truth on the sinister agenda of the Chinese Chauvinist DAP leaders and members then and still are, present day.

Pesona Pictures and FINAS should sue Lim and the Pulau Pinang State Government if this ban of ‘Tanda Putera’ in the island state is followed through.

*Updated 2359hrs

Cinemas which refused to screen locally produced films under the FINAS ‘wajib tayang’ scheme may risking their operating license.

28 August 2013| last updated at 04:54PM

‘Film operators have no choice but to screen Tanda Putera’

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GEORGE TOWN: Film operators have no choice but to screen the Tanda Putera movie, as it is categorised under the must-screen rule (Syarat Wajib Tayang) by the authorities.

A cinema owner contacted by the New Straits Times said the movie had to be screened for at least a week as per the guidelines set by the National Film Development Corporation (Finas).

“All local movies must be played. We cannot take instructions from anyone, which includes the state government, on this matter.

“If we do not comply, we might get our licenses revoked.” said the spokesman of a cinema chain who did not wanted to be named earlier.

He was responding to the Penang state government’s call to all cinemas here to not screen the movie.

State Local Government committee chairman Chow Kon Yeow said he would ‘advise’ cinemas to not screen the film, which begins its run in most cinemas here tomorrow.

“It is not an order, just an advice,” he said in a text message.

Communication and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek was reported as saying the cabinet decided not to run the film for a while due to certain controversial aspects at the time.

“I think ‘Tanda Putera‘ is a product of our filmmakers which should be seen from the perspective of art…on the question of how people view perspective, it is based on their interpretation.

“Most importantly, we want more local films screened in this country, and whether they could be marketed outside the country,” Bernama quoted him as saying.

Read more: ‘Film operators have no choice but to screen Tanda Putera’ – Latest – New Straits Times


Lim Guan Eng’s immature behaviour towards ‘Tanda Putera’ is raised by the Minister of Communications and Multimedia Dato’ Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek in the condescending tone, befits a proven an anti-Constitution and anti-establishment Neo Min Yuen leader.

Wednesday, 28 August 2013 23:52

Will Penang ban Negaraku next – “consumed by revenge” DAP slammed for film ban

Will Penang ban Negaraku next - "consumed by revenge" DAP slammed for film ban

KUALA LUMPUR – The Penang government decision banning the screening of the film ‘Tanda Putera’ shows that the DAP leaders are shallow and starting a culture of banning and cencorship.

Minister of Communications and Multimedia Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek described the the DAP government’s action as stupid for making the decision without watching the film.

“Imagine if they rule this country. There is no chance for art to grow because they are consumed by revenge and irrational sentiments. Their action is the true reflection of them,” he told reporters after launching the independence promotion films and playing of ‘Negaraku’ to mark 56th Merdeka Day celebration at GSC Pavilion here, today.

Directed by award winning director Datuk Suhaimi Baba, the film ‘Tanda Putera’ dwells on the May 13 incident and will meet audience nationwide from tomorrow (August 29).

He said although the operation of cinemas is under the jurisdiction of local authorities, the DAP should not abuse power by banning the screening of the film.

“Films are banned by the Home Ministry via the Film Censorship Board if they are unsuitable, violent or send the wrong message.

“There are many aspects that must be scrutinised and debated. Ultimately it is the audience who will determine and evaluate the film.”

Negara-ku next?

Shabery said the move to ban the screening of the film without strong reasons would lead to other things.

“This is something new. The state government may soon make a policy to ban the playing of the national anthem ‘Negaraku’ in Penang.”

He appealed to the audience to stand as mark of respect for the national anthem for one week in conjunction with Merdeka Day celebration.

“Stand up and pay tribute to our security forces personnel who were killed in the Lahad Datu intrusion by terrorists early this year.”


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  1. Must be afraid the malays are going to wake up. The cinas of today know jack shit about the true cause of what happened. So is abg lim afraid the malays will remember, or is he afraid the cinas will learn?

    • who started the Mei.13..who showed the “penyapu”to sweep the Malay…uttered the word “melayu bodoh””melayu balik kampung”..who..who..who….DAP lancaulah..

      • Go and have a look at the unspinners where a dap named chong eng claimed malays are pendatang.

        Then can we say the cinas in china are pendatang? Since they too have their own orang asli?

        Utter bullshit by these ingrates.

        The fact that the ingrate cinas refuse to admit is that that are pendatang and only given face by the malays.

        This piece of land, has forecer been a part of the malay archipelago where we, the brown skinned are the original native alongside the orang asli.

        While we freely travelled in and around the archipelago, doesnt make us pendatang.

        This has always been, always will be our home.

        The cinas and indias need to accept the simple fact. You want to be apart of it, start by dissing your stupid schools which contribute to nothing to the national idea.


      • Let me contribute to this lively discussion just by putting in c&p pieces that I have collected. c&p at the relevant places like here. These must be done to put the records straight, to provide all readers with the proper perspective.

        Yes, many “Chinese” in China are pendatang to China –

        Here is what Professor C.P. Fitzgerald says in his book, “A Short Cultural History of China” (600+ pages) – he lived in China for 5 years to research and gather material for that book:

        The phrase “origin of the Chinese people” is in itself misleading.

        1. Chinese culture took root in the plains of Manchuria, a foreign country until after World War II

        2. The northern provinces have always to some degree been mixed with “peoples from the Mongolian steppes”

        3. The southern and central provinces of China were, before the northerners moved southwards, “covered” by non-Chinese, the Miao, small in size and who the Chinese were contemptuous of.

        4. The south was occupied by “aboriginal tribes which once occupied the whole of south China”. The ancestors of most of the migrants to Malaya/ sia came from the south. The Professor said, “A large proportion of the population of the south calling itself ‘Chinese’ is in fact descended from one or other of the aboriginal races” – page 6. “The southern people were then treated (by the northerners) as barbarous” – pg 32. Even in modern times, in Yunnan and Kueichou, tribesmen number half the population.

        The southerners comprise the following major groups:

        a. Fukienese (Hokkien), “a separate stock, mixed with immigrants from the north and the Yangtze Valley” and speaking “a peculiar dialect”.

        b. Cantonese, also speak a somewhat alien language, a form of old Chinese – the south was colonized by the northerners, colonization completed in the 7th Century – some 800 years after China was formed as a political entity by Chin Shih Huang Di.

        c. Hakkas, of Kuantung province, known as “guest families” – they speak a peculiar dialect, despised by the Cantonese and do not inter marry. These people were said to have come from the north, running away from frequent Mongol invasions that culminated in the conquest of China by Genghis Khan in the 13th Century.

        So, if any of you are referred to as descendants of the Miao (who are aborigines and non-Chinese), or other aborigines of south China, don’t blame me, I’m just a messenger of the news. You can’t also blame Professor Fitzgerald any more because he died some years ago.

        Another Professor, Albert Kolb, also pointed out in his book, “East Asia”, 1971,

        “Chinese culture cannot be thought of as originally Chinese because the Chinese themselves emerged gradually as a blend of many races and peoples”. (Pg 26).

      • Here’s what is said of the Malays who have been here, originated in the Gugusan Pulau Pulau Melayu or the Malay Archipelago, some 6,000 years ago. The Malay Kingdom Langkasuka, located in the northern part of the Malay Peninsula, had been a vibrant civilization, complete with a King and a system of government, nearly 2,000 years ago. Current archaeological digs in the Bujang Valley in Kedah, in the Lenggong Valley in Perak, Mansuli Valley in Sabah, Gua Niah etc in Sarawak, continue to unearth findings of the ancient settlements in this country.

        The books “The Malay Civilization” and “Tamadun Alam Melayu” published by the Historical Society of Malaysia, provide explanations on the origins of the Malays. They are the results of research and academic studies scientifically carried out by linguists, sociologists, anthropologists, archaeologists, medical scientists and DNA specialists beginning with Capt Cook expedition in the 18th Century (he brought a scientist on his expedition), carried on through the 19th Century, heightened in the 2nd half of the 20th Century. The books say that the Malays originated in the Malay Archipelago or Gugusan Pulau Pulau Melayu, to which Semenanjong Tanah Melayu, Sabah and Sarawak belong, over 6,000 years ago. They cultivated padi and had the rice-eating culture even before the mainland Chinese.

        The Malays have been in and out of the islands within the Archipelago, including the Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo, and outwards to Madagascar, Australia, New Zealand, Indo-China, Taiwan, the Malayo Polynesian and Pacific Islands up to Hawai, earlier with their “perahu” fitted with outriggers, later in multi-tiered ships the size of the ancient Roman galleons. They had remarkable ship building and navigational skills which were noted by I Xing, the Chinese pilgrim to the birthplace of Buddha in India, who made a “monsoonal stop over” of a few months at Palembang and Kedah, the centres of the Malay Empire in the 7th century – he travelled in one of the huge Malays ships and wrote memoirs which remain in the historical records of China to this day.

        In Malaysia, “pendatang” refers to those who ran away from misery in China to Penang beginning in the late 18th Century, and others were brought in large numbers by the British who they called “coolies” to work in the tin mines, rubber and pepper plantations and in railway construction beginning from the late 19th Century. And those others who came not as coolies.

      • Excellent points and facts.

        Lets hope some cinas who think they are above us or at least level with us, learn to think again.

        To call a malay a pendatang? Better think again assholes.

  2. Tokong will only succeed, if the DAP-voting chinese remain lazy and naive, happy and contented to exist in a clan environment.

    The liberated and educated chinese must view and come to an independent, rational and well-informed conclusion.

    If they choose the easy ‘trust-in-your-leader’, aka ‘big brother dependence’ mentality, then I dare say, they deserve to be fooled and exploited for eternity.

    • Spot on, ray.

      • Ray. Correct ! Correct !

  3. BD,

    It is very crystal clear:

    1. DAP are communists turned modern day Min Yuens
    2. Their GUILT in May 13
    3. They are afraid Malaysians know who they are
    4. They are undemocratic
    5. They practice Stalinist-like Iron Fist dictatorship
    6. They are against every principle for human rights
    7. They are anti constitution
    8. They are anti free economy

    In short, DAP are TRAITORS!

  4. This is the master commie mind having engaged in decades of realpolitik subterfuge now set loose upon materialistic adventurism ……. it is irrelevant and detrimental to the rise of democratic nationalism guided by Almighty God Most Just and Compassionate. Long live Malaysia! And may Heaven protect the good Chinese people from those of their leaders who would delude them wholesale!
    Oh mankind, know thyself!

    Big China 2013: The Battle for Constitutionalism against Old Marxists

    • Be careful of this NTD (New Tang Dynasty) Television, this is what Wikipedia says about it:-

      “New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television is a television broadcaster based in New York City, with correspondents in over 70 cities worldwide. The company was founded by Falun Gong practitioners. Its stated mission is to bring truthful and uncensored information into and out of China; to restore and promote traditional Chinese culture; and to facilitate mutual understanding between the East and West.[1]

      The company was referred to as NTDTV until mid-2010, when the preferred abbreviation was shortened to NTD.”


      We in Malaysia are concerned about what western imperialist backed NGOs are saying about the Malaysian government and this Falun Gong “religious” movement is known to be backed by wester-imperiialist interests to destabilist China.

      In his article, “Waging Democracy On China Human Rights and an Endowment for Democracy,” Michael Barker writes:-

      ” Other related but seldom discussed components of the “democratic” war being conducted against China include the NED’s support of Tibetan democracy activists, and the Western media’s love affair with the Falun Gong. The intriguing relationship that exists between the corporate media, the Falun Gong, (8) and Western efforts to demonize China, is particularly interesting. The following section briefly surmises the important work of New Zealand based academic, Dr. Heather Kavan, who notes how the Falun Gong has been “locked in (pdf) a propaganda war with the Chinese government since 1999.”

      “Writing in 2005, with reference to the Australian and New Zealand mainstream media, Kavan observed how “Falun Gong appears to have received more media attention than any other new religious movement.” While previous studies of the Australian media have shown “that the press tend to discredit new religious movements and magnify their deviance,” she notes that, “reporters seem to be receptive to Falun Gong, minimising the religion’s unusual beliefs and presenting the movement as compatible with mainstream activities.” Given the corporate media’s well established desire to manufacture public consent for elite interests, the fact that the mainstream media portrays the Falun Gong as being engaged in a battle between good (the Falun Gong forces for human rights and democracy) and evil (that of the repressive “Communists”) is not surprising. Consequently it is noteworthy, as Kavan points out, that: (9) ”

      The very same western imperialist funders which finance “democracy,” “human rights,” etc. NGOs in Malaysia are mentioned in this paper by Michael Barker.

      • Do not confute the falun gong movement with the current academic trend in which both Eastern and Western institutions are engaging in extensive studies regarding the revival of Confucian ethics and its implication for an emergent Chinese democracy. Bear in mind it was only recently – a decade ago – that the President of the People’s Republic of China issued a national pronouncement to reinstate China’s ancient Confucian legacy which the communist regime had rejected for almost a hundred years, to the detriment of the Chinese people both at home and abroad as well (which we in Malaysia can appreciate viz. a viz. the DAP political culture).

        Prof. Daniel Bell of Tsinghua University whose main research interest is to find the Confucian alternative to Socialism and Liberal Democracy:

        Our friends at MCA would do well to take note of the revivication of this intellectual tradition.

  5. The post-13 General Elections antics show a very weak leadership of the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP. Even their spiritual leader the brilliant Lee Kuan Yew with his 9 failed Policies for Singapore revealed his frustration and angst in his latest book in the Chapter for Malaysia. He analysed the DAP as sleeping with the wrong partners who are actually the same as the BN as led by the UMNO with the 13 component parties. The DAP has been doing nothing for 47 long years for the Malays, Chinese, Indians and all.
    All Chinamen and women who voted for the DAP and the Opposition should read the LKY book with its first Chapter on China. He hinted that these de-tribalised Malaysian Chinese are stupid not to vote for the ruling Government which is the BN. No sane Chinese in the whole World would vote for the Opposition anywhere except in Malaysia. Stupid !

  6. ini englancau dah jadi diktator…inilah sikap DAP..jika mereka memerintah…hancurlah…MELAYU ..tetapi ada melayu bodoh seperti PAS sokong DAP

  7. Apa susah, minta la Suhaimi Baba tayang kat TV1, TV2 TV3, free apa, semua orang boleh tengok. Kalau bab duit, BigDog boleh tolong buat drive to collect. Saya sanggup contribute.

    • If the gomen is smart, which i doubt, the movie should be screened during next raya tv special make it in between the announcement of “saya umumkan esok bla bla bla”


  9. Singapore-made movie “Ilo Ilo” won the prestigious Camera d’Or prize at the recent Cannes Film Festival for Best Debut Feature, something that no Malaysian-made film has achieved.

    Here’s a thought. Submit “Tanda Putera” and that Chinese New Village movie that’s causing such a ruckus to the Cannes Film Festival, or it’s Sundance equivalent in the US, and see how they pan out.

    Are we making movies for Malaysians or for wider audiences?

    Maybe these wider audiences won’t have the same angst, fixation or interest in Malaysian history that we think it should deserve.

    And wasn’t the Tanda movie semi-financed with public funds? As opposed to the New Village movie, which as I understand, was privately funded.

    Does that mean that the state gets to decide what we watch, who should watch what, and what projects are deserve to be financed with public funds.

    Maybe the next Oscar-winning director will be a Malaysian! Especially if his or her is not “politically correct”!

    In the mean time, there are plenty of other things to worry about than movie directors feeling aggrieved or oppressed.

    • Are we talking about Singapore-made movies here?

      Stupid LKY ball-suxking bloke.

      • Yup.

        Have any Malaysian-made movies won prizes at the Cannes Film Festival?

        Many Cannes is verboten for true-blue nationalists!

        Shuhaimi shouldn’t be afraid to submit her magnum opus for international acclaim, seeing as how it’s the bee’s knees and then some!

      • Maybe they should submit “Money no enough” by singapore born Jack Neo.

        And see what the angmos have to say about original singapore talent.


      • How insensitive, how shameless, how unruly, how gangsterish this bugger is.

        The post article has nothing to do with Singapore, he comes barging in about a Singapore film at Cannes Festival. This is the kind who should be dragged by the collar, pushed out of the door for disturbing the peace during a lively discussion.

        Or slapped endlessly until he goes lame for being kurang ajar. As usual, trying to project the Red Dot’s image at the expense of this country. The shit of a bugger.

        And he won’t dare do such things in Singapore. The authorities there would simply slap the hand cuffs on his wrists and drag him to the Police lock up.

    • Oh no, not red dot again!!

      goob, you know ah, red dot leaders have an identity crisis – as can be seen in their talent import.

      If you scrutinise closely, their tendency to poach american chinese to top up the chinese brain-drain, says a lot about their low self-esteem as well as their racist ego.

      They need talent who are chinese but can’t find authentic chinese who wants to set roots in red dot.

      So solution is americanised chinese. The sad thing is that these american chinese do not identify with red dot patriotism.

      catch 22 ….

      • Examples, please. Name names.

        Not Jackson Tai who was replaced by Piyush Gupta.

        You see, I am on to your little game.

      • Haiya goob

        This is not a game but a real intellectual debate. Perhaps you may want to give your brilliant assessment on why the highly educated red dot born chinese MIGRATE and give up their citizenships for angmo ones?

        They have it made in red dot and yet they packed up and leave that 1st world island. Strange and illogical right?

      • Dedicated to goob

        “Singapore’s biggest problems; it’s brain drain and third rate immigrants” – so much for arrogance!

      • goob dearie, digest this:

        “There have been many factors contributing to this steady brain drain in which many of our best and brightest leave every year to make a life elsewhere with little thought of returning.”

      • ray. You are a good observer of the red dot, a failed State. Singapore Government White Paper on Population 2013. 1959 – 100% Indigenous Singaporeans. 2013 – 65%. 2030 – 45%. What sort of State is it when there is no indigenous people and no water ? Disneyland ? With the spiritual leader LKY and the spiritual homeland of the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP in shambles, the DAP leadership is only making hay while the Sun shines !

  10. Haha..Democratic Action Party, huh? Banning Tanda Putera from being screened in Penang is a cowardice act. Also by banning it, the DAP- led Penang State Govt has openly admitted that it is also intolerant and had abused its State power. Imagine what it’d do if it controls half of the Federal Govt power. Catastrophe.!!!

  11. It is clear that Lim Guan Eng is an idiot.
    But for now, what he does, meets the Chinese requirements for leadership in action.
    He will champion Chinese inerest no matter how chauvinist it is to the other races.

    This is what is lacking in Najib.
    He is an apologist to his own race.
    Bila mahu bangun DSN?

    • Get Najib out at the coming UMNO party election. Replace him with a strongly Malay leader who will take a no-nonsense stand against the anti-nationals.

      • Haba. Correct. Correct.

  12. Apa nak heran. Perarakan Maulud Nabi pun dia boleh ‘haramkan’..

    • Pls never forget this Pol Pot like Chief Communist Comrade could freely insult Johor in Singapore to foreign press, till HRH Tuanku Johor felt slighted.

      Its in a matter of time before he insults His Majesty Tuanku Agong.

      Doesn’t anyone remember there’s this one Chinese-Fucker who showed his ‘finger’ to Raja Permaisuri Agong once, actually happened in Bayan Lepas?

      • For insulting the Sultan, drag him to the seaside, push him face downward on the sand, shove his backside with a sharpened bamboo, Malacca Sultanate style.

        Drag Anwar along, make him do the shoving – fits his inclination, both politically and sexually.

  13. This accumulated volcanic-larva-ultra-rude behaviour & demonstrations must hv a limit. Realitically, how much insults can the majority take?

    History hv shown the world that the ONLY way to deal with the Chinese is pure brute force! That’s the only authorititative ‘currency’ they probably understand & willing to adhere!

    No point treating them in any consultative mode, even in the name of modern universal values such as of allowing space and period for noble abtracts in the form of ‘engagement’.

    The easiest example is to look at Lee Kuan Yew. He allows limited room for other opinion but his own. Those who are in disagreement, face stern repurcussions. No exceptions! No exemptions!

    So why are we doing differently?

    After all, this Ajib-Gor-ism has been proven to be a failed concept. Just like 1 Malaysia.

    So why is Ajib-Gor still want to give away free lanterns?

    Probably, for the sake of his father, Ajib-Gor should give away free ‘Tanda Putera’ tickets to Chinese school teenagers and college students.

    • Here’s another relevant c&p:

      Chinese Tsunami & Those Descended from Southern China

      Practically all Chinese in Malaysia are descended from southern China. Many are law-abiding and Constitution-respecting and may be treated as fellow citizens.

      But a sizable number does not respect the Constitution and have been anti-Establishment all along. This is perhaps traceable to the fact that their ancestors in southern China have always been the anti-Establishment kind. They resented being ruled by foreigners for hundreds of years – the Manchu Emperors were foreigners from Manchuria, a foreign country until after World War II. They, like the Mongols in the 13th Century, invaded, conquered and ruled China from the 17th until the 20th Century. Hong Kong was returned to China by the British only in 1990.

      The Manchu invasion of China was helped by the treachery of one Chinese General. During the rebellion against the Ming Dynasty Emperor, a Chinese General, Li Tzu-cheng, had captured Peking and proclaimed himself Emperor in 1644. But Li took the concubine of another rebel General, Wu San-kuei, into his harem. Because of the girl, the embittered Wu refused to recognize the new Emperor Li, opened the gates of the Great Wall at Shan Hai Kuan and let the Manchu Army in, conquered it and the Manchus started ruling China – Professor C.P Fitzgerald, History of China, pg 542-3.

      In this context, watch out the guy with a Rainbow in Penang who has been glorifying Sun Yat Sen of China and trying to get other Chinese in this country to his politics. And note that the British first entered Perak due to the treachery of the Kapitan Cina in Larut who, together with 44 gangsters, signed a petition for the British in Penang to assist them recover tin mines lost to rival gangs that have been fighting incessantly under the Ghee Hin and the Hai San banners, and those led to the British sending troops under Capt Speedy etc, ending in the Pangkor Treaty of 1874 and the bloody British ruling Malaya as colonizers. How treacherous the bastards were.

      Here‘s Professor Fitzgerald’s account of the Manchus’ attitude towards the Chinese (he stayed in China for 5 years to study the language and dig the records in the Chinese archives):

      “The north was loyal, and was trusted – up to a point. The south, embittered and rebellious, was … mistrusted, and oppressed … the ever hostile south. “ – pg 545.

      Disloyalty, rebellions, treachery, then foreign wars and more rebellions (Chinese secret societies, thugs and gangsters originated from south China), suffering and misery in the 19th Century, many absconded China and found their way to the shores of Semenanjung Tanah Melayu.

      Those who don’t respect and refuse to live by the Constitution of this country carry a hangover of the mental attitude of the southern Chinese. They need to be brought into mainstream Malaysiana, but those who persistently refuse to respect and live by the Constitution, including the sensitive Articles, need to be told to migrate elsewhere, like has been said even by well-known personalities in this country. Especially to the tsunami Chinese led by the DAP.

      • Wunderbar!

        Now, will you be in the front lines when the PLA Navy starts “patrolling” the South China Sea in earnest?

        After all, the PLA is subject to the CCP Politburo.

        So, how do we cross that Rubicon?

        By assuming that there are some people who we can browbeat and bully, while there are others before whom we have to keep a respectful silence?

      • When the “PLA Navy starts “patrolling” the South China Sea in earnest”, you would have been traced, and, if a citizen of this country, interned for highly questionable loyalty, like the Japanese in US were during World War II even though they were loyal to their country of adoption.

        If you were found to be Singaporean, the Malaysian Special Forces would work with their Singapore counterparts to loan you to Malaysia for special operations purposes, then intern you indefinitely.

        We don’t even have to cross he Rubicon. We know where your loyalty lies. In fact, you have no such thing as loyalty. You are fair game to any country to whack. A very dangerous specimen.

    • Giving away free lanterns – that’s another reason why Najib must be replaced.

      • Free lanterns? I’ll buy some lanterns and will give it free to Najib so he can decorate them all over himself. This Najib fella should not only be replaced. He should consider leaving UMNO as his politics are inconsistent with UMNO struggles and aspiration. UMNO gave him the power to lead, not make a fool of himself by kowtowing to those who already rejected him.

  14. if a commercial product could be banned, does it mean OTHER product such as massage parlour and chindoll will also be banned?

  15. It is very dangerous to use such arguments against those who objected to Tanda Putera. On the basis of the same argument, they can lament those who are against the New Village.

    Be careful when we use the term freedom of speech to our advantage because it can bit us back. If I am a dapster, I can just copy and paste the whole article and replace tanda putera with new village.

    Well that does not mean I am supporting those chauvinist. I believe we should be more objective in evaluating these movies. Are they based on fact or fiction and what is the intention behind the movie.

    • So, Tanda Putra thumbs up, New Village toes down?

    • Freedom of speech EXCLUDE spreading lies for political mileage, which is embedded in New Village.


      • “Lies”?

        That’s certainly a pejorative term.

        Do you know any Chinese who were “interned” in the “New Villages” during the Emergency?

        Have you bothered to ask them about their thoughts and experiences during that period?

        Or is it just to be swept under the carpet?

        By the same token, the Palestinians who are in de facto “internment” in Gaza and the West Bank should be just as deserving of being ignored, shouldn’t they?

      • “Have you bothered to ask them about their thoughts and experiences during that period?”

        Heh heh … why would anyone bother about their thoughts? This blessed land Malaysia is MALAY majority.

        In case you are too obtuse goob, any country would want to propagate NATIONALISTIC sentiments not foreign ones.

        As for Palestianians, they are the original LANDOWNERS, not the israelis. That dumbo, is the BIG difference.

        Sheeesshh … some overinflated misplaced ego!!

      • Not “overinflated misplaced ego”. Simply skewed thinking and warped mentality. Might even be cuckoo, judging from his misplaced comments.

    • All please remember the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP lost big at the 13th GE. DAP only contemplated their navels for 47 long years and did nothing for the Malays, Chinese, Indians and all. And could not gain power at Putrajaya in 3 Easy Steps, 1997, 2008, 2013. DAP has to wait now till 2018 and explain to their long suffering spiritual leader LKY why nothing happened but only fun and games. Post 13th GE, DAP has been making big noise on small issues to keep together their DISAPPOINTED SUPPORTERS and attract the naive and the unwary – hence the DAP Tanda Putera storm in a tea cup of no consequence. Very weak DAP leadership. So much so, LKY had to write a book recently to tell the very weak DAP leadership what to do. Of course, they would not listen to superior intellect.

  16. As long as the BN as led by the UMNO with the 13 component parties observes the rule of the laws, implements fair and transparent policies, maintains a normal and functioning bureaucracy and eschews doing business with GLCs and making money but to rule over us only, there is nothing the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP can do but to only make noise and a nuisance of themselves until the next 14th General Elections which the DAP has been doing already for 47 long years !

    • But we cannot just watch in glee or whatever. We need to get the RoS to use his authority to the maximum. After all, even UMNO was de-registered last time and a new one was named UMNO Baru.

      RoS should send observers to their CEC election this 29 September. And watch DAP money politics between now and 29 Sept. Use any complaints on money politics and/or another irregular CEC election to de-register DAP.

      Former Selangor DAP Chief and Selangor DAP Exco Ronnie Liu had publicly spoken about DAP money politics at a DAP Selangor convention a few years ago. DAP higher ups squeezed his balls and those of his supporters, until he lost the post to ball suxking Teresa Kok, ever loyal to the dictatorial Lim dynasty.

  17. In his latest book, the brilliant Lee Kuan Yew with his 9 failed Policies for Singapore clearly reveals his frustration and angst at the 90% stupid Malaysian Chinese who voted for the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP in Chapter One – China. Chapter – Malaysia. and at the INCOMPETENCE AND INEFFICIENCY of the DAP who achieved NOTHING FOR 47 LONG YEARS BUT A BAD NAME FOR THEMSELVES !

    • Yes, picking out every phrase, every sentence and paragraph that LKY used to whack DAP and publicizing them sure are positive action against the often subversive and seditious anti-Malay and anti-Islam DAP that caused the race riots of 1969.

      Hope to hear more on those, bro. Pssst, I haven’t got a copy to read. Not sure if I would, even if one is given to me FOC. I know the dictum – Know Thy Enemy. But I’d rather do DAP whacking based on what you all read and write. Learnt from the Red Beans – twist and spin. That way I’ll have more time to write against them, no?

      Enough already – I’ve taken my coffee break very early!


  19. Look what happens to just making a joke against the Indonesian flag, and we had the bastard peeing on ours –

    Malaysian arrested for desecrating RI flag
    Jakarta Post – ‎2 hours ago‎
    A Malaysian national, Broderik Chin, could spend up to five years in prison for making a joke about Indonesia’s flag.

    And the same kind of bastard doing the same in Indonesia. 20-30 years ago, the Broderik bloke would have been desecrated there and then – lynched.

  20. Ah jib gor should seriously remove his sino-tinted glasses. For every consultant advice, he must robustly deliberate on its merits or demerits and arrive at his own independent assessment.

    Otherwise his reliance on consultants will open him up to manipulation of the vested-interest kind.

    And for every malicious allegations, he must immediately counter with factual truths and charge the perpetrators in court.

    • No, he wants it that way. The Consultants mostly just build on what he wants. Follow the “Brief”, they say.

      Just like his New Economic Model. It’s Najib who wanted the NEP muted. It’s the 150,000 UMNO voters who must remove their tinted glasses at the coming party elections. Replace Najib.

    • ray.correct.correct. The Prime Minister’s Dept. is now crawling all over by voung unqualified, uneducated and inexperienced chinamen and women in public affairs as advisers. These fellas are English educated Chinese who are argumentative, hollow and lack cultural ballast. The types who do not want to dirty their dainty hands and prefer to work in air-conditioned rooms. No wonder !

      • The blind leading the blind ! OMG


  22. Try to experiment this:

    throw a bone at a Dapdog and see whether it will say thank you…


    after helping to sharpened the canine tooth, what to expect:from the Dapdog: thank you or a bite?

  23. Free lanterns, eh? I’d like to give this Najib fella free lanterns so he can enlightened his hazy political mind. He doesnt know the forest for the tree. And this ‘illness’ is getting worse by the day.


  25. […] Penang Chief Minister and Mini Emperorissimo of Middle Malaysia Lim Guan Eng claims that the call for ‘Tanda Putera’ to not be screened or banned in the state as an ‘advice’ instead of […]

  26. Haba and other like minded folks. Here is something for you to chew on and read the comments too which are very interesting.

  27. Abdullah wrote:-

    “Do not confute the falun gong movement with the current academic trend in which both Eastern and Western institutions are engaging in extensive studies regarding the revival of Confucian ethics and its implication for an emergent Chinese democracy.”

    Yes, there is more to it but that video posetd was by New Tang Dynasty TV which was founded by Falun Gong, which US imperialism backs.

    “Bear in mind it was only recently – a decade ago – that the President of the People’s Republic of China issued a national pronouncement to reinstate China’s ancient Confucian legacy which the communist regime had rejected for almost a hundred years,”

    Mao proclaimed the People’s Republic of China in Beijing on 1 October 1949, so how is it that Confucian doctrine, ideology and ethics was suppressed by the Communists for 100 years?

    Despite the “Communist” label, the Communist Party of China today is in practice very much capitalist and even has its own economically expansionist ambitions, which brings it into conflict with the imperialist interests of the United States.

  28. Hitler was a very weak leader. Hence, he lost big time

  29. New revelation from Outsyed the Box. It is the PEMANDU 9 YOUNG CHINESE who somehow got embedded into the very vital part of the Federal Government from nowhere and are unqualified, uneducated and inexperienced in Malaysian public affairs. Where is the famed PDRM Special Branch ?

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