Rudeness of the Chinese

In the anxiety and deep dismay for the search and fate of B777-200 with registration number 9M-MRO designated MH370 from KUL-PEK which went missing since 0230hrs on 8 March 2014, it necessary everyone to remain calm and level headed. Especially, as the operation is getting more complicated.

As the search and rescue mission already into the 12th day with 25 countries confirmed participation in the largest in the recent times, a lot of negativity are coming from China. Be it the officials, media or family members of the missing 154 Chinese nationals.

They literally shout out aloud words like “Lie”, “Cover ups” and refuse to accept any latest information offered.

The fact is that the Malaysia Airlines representatives in Beijing to deal with this crisis are fed with information no more that what have been offered to the international media in their daily briefs at Sama Sama Hotel in KLIA, usually at 1730hrs.

These information share by almost daily Acting Transport Minister Dato’ Seri Hishamuddin Hussein, DG of DCA Dato’ Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, GCEO of Malaysia Airlines Ahmad Jauhari Yahya and occasionally joined by IGP Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, Chief of Defense Forces Jen. Tan Sri Zulkifli Md. Zin and Chief of the RMAF Jen. Tan Sri Rodzali Daud TUDM.

It is after careful deliberation of what ever latest information available on the table, which has been corroborated with relevant corresponding agencies from abroad such as FAA, NTSB, FBI and others.

However, in the essence of a society which had been under repression and ‘closed’ for so long and today information flow is still not transparent as other places in the globe, the mainland Chinese in Beijing have the audacity to charge that Malaysian authorities are “Lying” and “Not telling the truth” about details of the missing flight MH370.

That is totally unfair.

Then again, it was rationalized that the mainland Chinese have to compete for survival and resort to “Take forcefully” whenever they want something or they want to be heard. “Otherwise, they feel that they would just be ignored and their needs would not be served”.

What is shocking, is their uncanny behaviour bordering beastly like animals. On the second day after the missing flight MH370 was confimred, Malaysia Airlines decide to organise their Ops Centre in a hotel in Beijing, to cater for any work need to attend queries and facilitate any requirement for the affected family of passengers.

First, as they are being assembled, they demanded that they be briefed every 15 minustes about the latest. The Malaysia Airlines representatives find it pointless to do that since they would not have anything new, if they require to do it four times hourly. But the Chinese were very adamant.

Then, after a few days when the Malaysia Airlines representative had no fresh information offered, whenever they do briefings they were pelted with bottled water and shouted at.

Then there is bit of taking opportunity for the hospitality provided. Malaysia Airlines provide food and lodging for the affected families, which was part of their service to attend to the next of kin of the passengers.

At one of point of time last week, it is  believed that meals for 8,000-9,000 persons were have to be prepared to cater the number of people congregated at the hotel. Considering there is only 154 of them onboard, it literally means that there are 60 persons grieving congregated at the hotel or every passengers.

When Malaysia Airlines open the registry to collect information for next of kin for passengers in case they need and want to be flown to Kuala Lumpur or any other destination pertaining to the missing plane, names were collected. Usually, it would be immediate families. Some even list cousins and employees.

This evening, three women believed to be Chinese nationals tried to smuggle into the media briefing hall at Sama Sama Hotel as the daily media briefing by Transport Minister and DG of DCA about to start.

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19 March 2014| last updated at 05:52PM

MISSING MH370: Commotion at Sama-Sama Hotel auditorium as 3 women barge in

By Predeep Nambiar | news@nst.com.my

SEPANG: Three women believed to be relatives of passengers onboard the missing MH370 flight, tried to enter the auditorium of Sama-Sama Hotel where a Press conference is scheduled to be held.

This led to a commotion when police tried to prevent them from entering the room and the Pressmen started coming near to get a glimpse of the incident.

A shoving match then ensued as Press photographers refused to leave the auditorium. The women was later led out by police and situation returned to normal five minutes later.

Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein is slated to hold a Press conference at the auditorium at 5.30pm.

The chaotic situation at the Sama-Sama Hotel’s auditorium. Pix by Yazit Razali

Read more: MISSING MH370: Commotion at Sama-Sama Hotel auditorium as 3 women barge in – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/font-color-red-missing-mh370-font-commotion-at-sama-sama-hotel-auditorium-as-3-women-barge-in-1.521426#ixzz2wPSruaLA

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They just wanted to “Forcefully taken notice of”.

Whether the claim to be a civilisation of 5,000 years is validated by current events or not, the fact of the matter is that the Chinese have proven to be be selfish, coarse, rude and disrespectful of other people’s rights and decorum. They have also demonstrated steadfastness to ignore, dishonour and disrespect international laws and documents that they signed.

The fact is that Transport Minister Hishamuddin announced a high level team lead by Air Operations Commander Lt. Jen. Ackbal Abdul Samad TUDM which include a a senior director of DCA, senior officer of PM’s Office and senior B777-200 Captain to be desptached to Beijing immediately to meet the next of kin of the passengers, is the demonstration the seriousness of the Malaysian Government’s commitment to resolve this mystery.

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  1. Chinese are Chinese. They don’t eat normal food, they eat shit, foetus and wild animals. So, they can’t think properly. If they can batter helpless animals to death without any qualms, do you think they will be reasonable at all? They are hyper racists. Just look at M’sian Chinese in M’sia.

    The PRCs also know how to be more Bollywod than Bollywood. Play acting at that hotel in Sepang. Cry without tears. I am not surprised either if M’sia’s opposition was the one telling them to embarrass the govt. I see DAP Chinese commies are smiling from ear to ear. I have also read online that they wish that China would ”FIX” M’sia. And they call themselves ”M’sians”.

    I hope the PCs will be held at other hotel.

    These PRCs are blind and deaf inspite of being human in form. I am sure that they must be thinking that the M’sian authorities are just playing backgammon instead of searching the plane. How can M’sia give them concrete info of the whereabouts of the plane if other countries don’t want to share info from the beginning, ex. Thailand. It is easy to blame M’sia, the fall guy. What about that other Chinese airline that share code with MAS?

    If I were to be MAS, I would not continue to operate in China. Finish it off. No more flying there. Chinese are horrible people. See how their government is bullying other countries in the region. Also, send back those Chinese M’sian back to their Motherland. MALAYsia does not need these people in their midst. A commie is always a commie.

    • Anguish, anxiety and desperation are understandable, sympathized and pitiable. But endlessly demanding non-existent, unverified or classified information (e.g sensitive interpretations of radar data supplied by others), then trying to create a scene by barging into a serious and sombre press conference, are just not tolerable.

      It’s culture, mental attitude and unreasonableness of a race that originated from so many ethnic groups, that developed from a history so full of wars, revolts and rebellions, of hundreds of years of foreign subjugation (Mongol and Manchus), opposition, subversion, protests and demonstrations.

      To understand them one needs to read the following copy and paste that has appeared here and there in cybersphere:

      “You people keep making fun of the Malays, mamaks, etc, what about you Chinese? What’s the equivalent to call you all also having mixed blood? Now, now, don’t say you people are pure Chinese.

      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.

      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).

      Remember, the Professor said, “A large proportion of the population of the south (where your ancestors came from) calling itself ‘Chinese’ is in fact descended from one or other of the aboriginal races.” So, if any of you are referred to as descendants of the Miao (who are aborigines and non-Chinese), or other aborigines or hill tribes 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.”

  2. They are the only barbarians who called other civilised race as barbarians and devils

    Just to show how low and uncivilised these agog magog are.

  3. This is reflective who the Chinese really are, in attitude, behaviour and characteristics

    1. They hv been denied information by their government and authorities all their life. Hence, they treat others with grave deep distrust as if other government and authorities behave like theirs

    2. They don’t understand or able to deal with the concept of ‘democracy’. They abuse freedom of expressing themselves, whenever opportunity presents itself

    3. They respect no authority nor order and just selfishly bulldoze their agenda

    4. When they have power, they oppress. And they hv no qualms of imposing themselves against other peoples’ will.

    5. They only currency they understand is money and the only order they respect is dictatorship. Non negotiable and nothing else in between.

    6. They expect people to be compassionate to them but they would not treat others in reciprocity

    7. They are gluton and opportunistic lot. Worse of all, they have no shame of being gluton and opportunistic

    8. Nothing about them demonstrate that they are worthy to be friends with

    This is also applicable for Chinese anywhere on the face of the planet, which is very apparent in Malaysia.

    Before any of BDDC readers or anyone want to charge me with racism, pls reflect deeply how racist the Chinese are in the first place. I was told Malaysia Airlines senior management sent to Beijing to deal with the next of kin of the passengers, Ignatius Ong, is shouted and jeered at because he don’t speak Mandarin and they refuse to hear him out through an interpreter.

    Ong is a Malaysian and never been a Chinese national nor resident. He need not speak Mandarin at all because the national language is Malay, the business language is English and his mother tongue is Cantonese.

    What right does the mainland Chinese got to impose anything onto people like Ong?

  4. There is another thing I have observed. The Chinese in Singapore, Taiwan and also Hong Kong are very biased against M’sia. Nothing is good where M’sia is concerned. You can do 1001 things to search for the plane, M’sia is still bad.

    They made fun of M’sia and MAS via their TV programmes and online. When M’sia said that the plane changed direction, some idiotic and hyper racists S’poreans said that it was due to the Americans not the M’sian authorities. Meaning Malays are not capable nor clever to solve anything. From there I could see how much they hate M’sian Malays. If M’sia were to he helmed by a Chinese, maybe they will say good things about M’sia because same race mah ….

    Sometimes I wonder if Chinese M’sians hate M’sia so much, why can’t they go back to China where people are of the same Mongoloid race, same culture, same beliefs and same barbarian-like character. Everybody in China are Chinks, slit eyes, yellow-skinned homo sapiens just like them. Definitely no problem due to same culture, same food, same language spoken, same characteristics and same whatever. No need to bother about azan, Rosmah etc and see whether they can complain and insult the Chinese Communist leaders like what they do in M’sia.

    There are even Chinese Christians in China, hence Motherland China is good for people like Hannah Yeoh, Lim Guan Eng and company who are Christians. Why still stay in a country when you hate it so much? Some can say that they are ashamed to be M’sians. Kenapa tak mampos aje ye setan setan ni semua?

    Maybe this MH370 thingy opens up peoples’ mind and shows the inhuman qualities of the Chinese as a race regardless of where they come from. I repeat again, they are hyper racists. They are hyper ungrateful people too. Inspite of the kindness shown by M’sia’s Malay govt towards their community they still bad mouth UMNO and the Malays. They still say to international medias that they are treated poorly. They write in forums/comments of international press, bad mouthing M’sia and its government inspite of being the richest community in M’sia. When I read their vicious comments online, my blood was boiling really bad.

    You can call me a racist. I don’t care. You can say that only a racist can recognise another racist. I don’t give a damn! Say what you like..I am not racist by nature but circumstances changed me. It is the Chinese’ fault. If they were kinder, I would not be what I am today. Adios.

    • Again, it’s the culture that developed from a history of frequent conquests and rule by other ethnic groups (later called clans) in ancient China, of hundreds of years of foreign subjugation (Mongol and Manchus) in modern Chinese history (the Manchu rulers lasted until the early 20th Century), of opposition, subversion, protests and demonstrations.

      In Malaya and Malaysia they have considered themselves as separate entities, like the Dong Zong insisting on Chinese schools, Mandarin and the perpetuation of Chinese culture, the DZ President Yap Sin Tien using 2 fake PhDs talking about “multi-nations within a nation” nonsense, despite British Prime Minister David Cameron having said “Multi-culturalism is dead”, echoed by the German Chancellor Angela Merkel and 2 other EU leaders.

      Especially those in Singapore who think that they have broken away from “the clutches of foreign rule” (the communists among them have, since World War II, taught them the phrase “the clutches of Imperialist domination”), after being kicked out of Malaysia with Lee Kuan Yew in 1965, have continued opposing, subverting and ridiculing Malaysia and the Malays.

      The sad thing is that there are those in Malaysia, who formed DAP after PAP was thrown out in 1965, still subscribing to the thoughts and ideals of the communists and the bloody Singaporeans. Anti-Malay and anti-Islam like Maha Chauvinist and Racist Lee Kuan Yew, the DAP (membership of only about 2,500 as declared to RoS in the furore of their CEC Election irregularities) and their ardent supporters questioning the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak, demanding equality (their culture is one of making demands endlessly) without acknowledging that Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras that is enshrined in Article 153 of the Constitution.

      They must be opposed, their influence diminished, and the DAP eradicated from this country Malaysia. Disruptive to national unity, they caused the race riots of 1969 and are not respecting and abiding by the Constitution of the country in many instances.

      • Quote: ”Non-Muslims have to do the same. Whatever their religion, even the atheists.

        Under whatever circumstances, those who first start showing anger against others, up to a point, will be met with anger, too. That’s the nature of human beings,”

        **** I am the anonymous person who sent the comment above.

        Comment: Agree with you Adam. It is like when you boil water. It becomes hot, hotter and hottest till it reaches the ”crescendo” level and the water becomes ”boiled water”. Those Chinese show me that their behaviour is more barbaric than human.

        The compassionate feeling that I had for them initially was gone after their outburst with unreasonable and stupid demands. It was really unbecoming for a race with 5000 years of civilisation to act in an uncivilised manner. The tears? They were just croco tears or ”non issue” tears meaning no tears at all, just pretending to cry only. How did I know? There’s something what we call the ” body language”.

        M’sia has done whatever necessary for their comfort. Do they think that everything is free? Yes, even if they are communists, they should have some control, dignity and compassion. They are not the only ones who are suffering. There are others too who suffer in silence. These people with dignity have my respect more than those suaku people from the Middle Kingdom. You have to show respect if you want respect. I rest my case.

    • “I am not racist by nature but circumstances changed me. It is the Chinese’ fault.”

      Nope – it is your own fault if you re a racist. You are responsible for your own emotions and reactions. You cannot hold other people responsible for your own behavior.

      • Within reason. Human beings are always governed by the scientific fact – every action produces a reaction.

        We need to remember that the ideal does not exit. It exists only in the state of mind.

        Everybody must try not to say or do anything that attracts unhealthy reactions.

        Most importantly, don’t start anything that produces such reactions,

      • @adam as Muslims we need to be guided by the need to control our anger etc. Please see the link
        http://www.islamreligion.com/articles/5236/viewall/

      • Non-Muslims have to do the same. Whatever their religion, even the atheists.

        Under whatever circumstances, those who first start showing anger against others, up to a point, will be met with anger, too. That’s the nature of human beings,

      • @adam, yes, I agree with your observations on human behaviour. My contention is that anonymous cannot blame others for his own lack of self control. Anyway, I find it hard to fault an entire race for the behavior of some. If we say that all Chinese are bad are others not correct to say then that all Muslims are fanatics or terrorists etc. We don’t want to be pigeonholed and we should not pigeon hole others. At the end of the day it boils down to ourselves. Look at the Quran says:

        “O Mankind, We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know each other. Verily the most honored of you in the sight of God is he who is the most righteous of you” (Quran 49:13).

        We are all from the same pair, Hence our DNA is the same and if we just condemn a whole race are we not condemning ourselves?

        Isa is right in pointing out that much of the Chinese behavior is cultural and due to the circumstances of their civilization. In the right circumstances/upbringing there is no difference between them and us. the Indonesians can be pretty brutal too (and I’ve dealt with them in my work); so can the Arabs (just read Outside the Box’s blog. And this is why i don’t agree with ultra racists comments that I read here, same as I don’t agree with the ultra racists comments in the pro-Oppo blogs.

      • May I mencelah here a bit.

        Of course not to fault an entire race for the behavior of some. I don’t think that was anonymous’ intention and we need to discount his way of stating his views in the midst of all kinds of unbecoming behaviour shown by the Chinese passengers’ relatives, even by the Chinese Government, as reflected by the words expressed by the Ministry of Transport official, the government agencies like Xinhua national news agency, CCTV etc.

        On your quote from Quran 49:13, I have given my views below – I started commenting from the end of this comment section.

        Btw, has there been scientific proof that “We are all from the same pair, Hence our DNA is the same as the Chinese?

        I read that in the 1930s the Westerners came out with the hypothesis that the Malays came from Yunan, pointing out such things as the Khmer Malay civilization in Indo-China that exists in suppressed form even until now. There was even another one saying that the Malays originated from Taiwan because of one tribe there whose language has similarities with the Malay language. But those hypotheses were debunked starting from the 1950s when more and more experts in languages (linguists), the study of mankind (anthropologists), the study of ancient remains (archaeologists), DNA scientists etc, found out that the Malays originated from the Gugusan Pulau Pulau Melayu (Malay Archipelago), over 6,000 years ago.

        The ancient Malays had remarkable ship building and navigation skills, traveled to Madagascar, Indo-China, Taiwan, Australia (Christmas Island), New Zealand, the Pacific Islands right to Hawaii, leaving settlements there. Read the books, “The Malay Civilization” and “Tamadun Alam Melayu”, published by the Historical Society of Malaysia, available at Wisma Sejarah, opposite IJN, Jalan Tun A Razak, KL.

  5. They are secretive yet demand others to be transparent. Some of these Chinese relatives accused the Msian govt of hiding info and telling them lies whilst it has always been obvious and apparent the Msian govt has shared devt on the SAR as and when the info and update become available . What else do all these orang bukit want? They think the world revolves around them and that they are the only ones suffering over the missing plane and people onboard. The last straw was when a group of them demand that their relatives missing be returned to them unconditionally while hurling insults at Msia and its authorities. Our govt responded nicely by sending a team to Beijing as a contact group for the relatives. The question is what have these relatives done from Day 1 to organise themselves into a crisis group with a spokesperson and contact point? None until yesterday. If they themselves are such idiots on organising themselves and spend time screaming and wailing and insulting our authorities, they certainly don’t behave in a way that we can sympathise with.

  6. Any Suggestions by you then on how we should be handling the whole thing? Does the country send back all the relatives and stop briefing them? I don’t condone their rudeness but we also do need to empathize with the feelings of desperation that the relatives have currently. No point making this whole sad affair a racial issue. I believe that our Government is doing the best it can in the difficult and unprecedented circumstances but then I don’t have relatives on that plane nor do i know anyone on it. Hence I can look at things without emotional upheaval but if I had relatives on board that plane I’m not sure if I wouldn’t have acted distraught too.

    • Here are my suggestions:

      1. Keep to the present line – reveal only verified and corroborated information.

      2. Keep repeating that we have even placed national security interest (secrecy on our air defences/ radar capabilities) second to the interest of the relatives and released info on MH370 “air turn back”

      3. Verify the relatives and cater (hotel, food etc) only to the bona fide ones, 2 per passenger maximum, not 8,000 meals at one time, as reported, ridiculous – change the MAS man in charge in Beijing

      4. When the relatives refuse to meet the non-Mandarin speaking members of the team sent by MAS to comfort them, especially when they started to throw bottles at them, fly them back to KL for damage control on costs

      5. Take Point 4 above as the limit of salvaging MAS image to the Chinese flying public, of attempting to placate, to avoid boycott etc – the damage will only be temporary, ensure financial damage control from there

      6. Repeat saying to them that those who want to go home from the hotel in Beijing, and from the hotel in KL, may do so.

      7. Check again for their bona fide status as relatives, ensure only 2 relatives per passenger, more than that, advise the excess ones that MAS will not pay for their expenses any more.

      8. Points 3, 6 and 7 are very relevant especially if there is a risk of insurance claims as there is no proof of loss until now.

      • Good points.

      • I don’t understand this:

        “Missing MH370: We are ready to fly next of kin to Australia, says MAS”

        Is there no limit?

      • Just heard on CNN excerpts of yesterday’s PC and Hishamuddin saying “Malaysia’s submarine does not have that technology.”

        Isn’t that also placing our national security interest (our submarine capabilities) above those of the passengers?

        And am wondering why he had to reveal that – whatever that was mentioned that I missed hearing. The not having of a particular technology must also be a secret, isn’t it?

      • On your point 5 “the damage will only be temporary –

        Missing MH370 Jetliner Has Not Affected Passengers’ Confidence In MAS
        Bernama – Mar 19, 2014

      • Is the location of our military radar data analysis facilities of public knowledge? War films showing the knocking of military radars a prime target suggests that it should not be of public knowledge.

        But hust now CNN correspondent in Beijing who was in the hall when the Malaysian team briefed the passengers’ relatives yesterday (or was it earlier today) said, when one of the women relatives asked, “lawyer-like”, the DCA Officer in Beijing said our military radar data analysis facilities are in the same building as the DCA civilian radar – separated just by a wall.

        Nampaknya koyak bontot kita di sodok by supposedly grieving, consoled and comforted but ungrateful Anwar-like characters in Beijing.

  7. I will not be surprised if this is all orchestrated – part of a bigger play by the Chinese central government to subtly undermine Malaysia (and other countries on opportunity basis) as a minor, incompetent country while promoting China as a leading power with all the know-how and wherewithal in this region. And it does work, just look at CNN coverage on the anguish and the subsequent removal by force of the said family members. Just now, the Chinese offered their “expertise” to the Australian to identify the suspected debris found off Australian west coast. WTF? Chinese expertise to identify Boeing jets component? What are they trying to say? That the Australian are so stupid that they need the Chinese expert to do that for them?

    Kata orang setiap sesuatu itu ada hikmahnya. Tapi aku masih lagi tercari-cari apakah hikmah disebalik ciptaan tuhan yang bernama bangsa Cina ini.

    • “Tapi aku masih lagi tercari-cari apakah hikmah disebalik ciptaan tuhan yang bernama bangsa Cina ini.”

      “O Mankind, We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know each other. Verily the most honored of you in the sight of God is he who is the most righteous of you” (Quran 49:13).

      • I don’t think that quote is applicable to VARUNA’s curiosity.

        The word “righteous” has to be accurately defined and/or interpreted. The Oxford English dictionary defines it as “just, upright, virtuous, law abiding”. Those are huge words that certainly don’ fit DAP Chinese. And the biadap and kurang ajar others in this country and outside.

        Abdullah Yusuf Ali, the Greek History Lecturer who spent years studying the translation of the Qur’an in East European languages, including that which was translated by Christian monks in a monastery, meant for the Pope who was extremely curious about the success of Islam spreading across northern Africa, Spain and parts of Eastern Europe in the 7th Century onward, wrote thousands of pages of commentaries when he translated and interpreted the Qur’an and had them published in 1935.

        His Translation, Interpretation and Commentary of the Qur’an is well regarded and used world-wide now. He said those lengthy commentaries were necessary because the Qur’an was revealed in ancient Arabic, whose words have different meanings under certain contexts.

        The problem in the world now is when some “nations and tribes” don’t want to “know each other”. For example, 150 years in this country as Stateless citizens, given citizenship right at Merdeka, they don’t even want to integrate with the locals, don’t respect the National Language, insist on Mandarin that the southern Chinese in China demonstrated against when Beijing enforced the official language policy. The Dong Zong are adamant about Chinese schools, which make their children cocooned in their own community, not mixing and willing to know and interact with others.

  8. I think the comments here have highlighted much about the subject matter.

    Below is a comment just posted in Mkini.

    Sounds a typical red-beanie, if not one.

    The point where I ROTFL: “DAP is color blind ….”

    HAHAHAHHAHAHAH !!!

    “senior citizen: I have given a serious thought after reading this piece of news.DAP is indeed truly a merit based party.They have it all to take Malaysia to the first world status. They have the real mind of LKY who has single handedly developed Singapore into an extremely successful country.DAP along with the combined minds of Anwar of PKR can easily take us to the next fully developed nation over the next twenty years or earlier. I have observed with my extremely critical mind that DAP is color blind, has love for people irrespective of race or religion. This is the first step towards a successful nation. Nothing more nothing less. UMNO is the perfect recipe for a nations destruction. Look at how they have handled the MH 370 disaster. UMNO’s full time job is to destroy. They identify, target and destroy every other successful non Malay and they have no qualms to tell you straight on your face. I know this very very well.Look into the face of an UMNO chap and it is self evident. They hate the nons.”

    • Found this piece viral … do read …

      The Western Media, including CNN, BBC, ABC, CBS and NBC, have been broadcasting again and again, almost in loop tape fashion, the near riot in the MH370 media briefing room yesterday. Malaysia’s portrayal as a villainous state, with evil officials hoarding information and telling untruths with impunity is now complete.

      Malaysia bashing is on overdrive !

      NOW, while the world is gripped by the possible discovery of MH370 debris in the southern Indian Ocean, let me state something:-

      NO country has a monopoly on grief.

      Malaysia lost 50 of its citizens. These are fathers, wives, siblings and children of quietly grieving families across our land. Indonesia lost seven people, Australia six, India five, with others spread over 11 other countries and territories.

      BUT . . .

      The Western Media is focusing almost exclusively on families of Chinese passengers, almost reveling in the dramatic expressions of sorrow and anger by these people. These unbridled emotions have long degenerated into bouts of Malaysia-bashing, with wild and outrageous accusations thrown at our officials and our nation by what has became a rude, noisy, unreasonable and hostile mob bent on venting their personal frustrations at something, somewhere, somehow.

      And Malaysia became this punching bag.

      While a little “thank you for your concern, support and hospitality” may be beyond these guests of Malaysia Airlines, we didn’t expect a noisy demo in the media briefing hall either. And not least the Malaysia-bashing banner which read: “We protest against the Malaysian government withholding information and wasting time and hampering search efforts.”

      NOW . . . you people know what happens if you do THIS in your homeland, China? Yes, I’m sure you do.

      As for the Western Media, the LA Times quoted a typical line — with the same flavor repeated again and again among their compadres — this time purportedly by a grieving family member in Beijing:-

      “I’m angry at Malaysia for not telling the truth. From the start they were buying time, withholding facts, and now they’re distorting the truth.'”

      Really?

      The truth?

      What then do you call the media briefings of the 12 days? Pack of lies by Malaysia? Untruth? Buying time? Withholding facts?

      Why?

      So what “truth” do you want?

      That the plane crashed? No, you won’t accept it. The plane was hijacked? No also. The plane landed somewhere? Again No. The plane is lost and will NEVER be found? A big No No.

      Then what do you really want to hear? Do you even know WHAT you want to hear?

      So what is “truth” then?

      NOW, you want the truth? You really want the truth? Ok . . . . .

      The truth is — until about a couple of hours ago with the Australian preliminary interpretation of the commercial satellite imagery — NOBODY KNOWS. Not Malaysia, not China, not America, nobody knows. That’s why everyone and his uncle from almost 30 countries plus millions online worldwide have been searching millions of square km of land and the deep blue ocean.

      Sure, I sympathize with your grief. But again, others lost their loved ones too and suffer from the same uncertainty as well. I repeat, Malaysia lost 50 passengers and crew, including some of our best and brightest. And passengers from 13 other countries and territories were also on that flight and suffered the exact same fate as your loved ones. BUT I don’t see Malaysians, Indonesians, Australians, Indians or Americans go berserk and throw bottles at Malaysia Airlines staffers and verbally abuse caregivers.

      Did grieving Malaysian next-of-kin throw bottles and spit at your embassy officials and representatives in KL over the irrelevant satellite image furnished in the name of your government, which led to the deployment of our SAR assets in the middle of the South China Sea to unravel a lead that turned out to be a sick prank among many untruths and distortions spewed by your country’s social media?

      So why must only you people display this unbridled anger and frustration over something beyond the control of anyone, any airline, any search party, any national leader, any country, even the planet itself?

      Still not satisfied?

      Still want to bash Malaysia at every turn while you partake in all the free food, 4-star accommodation, counseling and transportation provided by Malaysia Airlines although the bulk of your kin’s tickets were actually purchased from China Southern Airlines in a Code Share? What has China Southern Airlines done? Next to nothing. Zilch.

      My message to these people: there is something called Compassion Fatigue. Your antics in Beijing and KLIA beamed over the global media has pushed many genuinely caring Malaysians towards this state of mind.

      AND to the Western Media, remember, there are 239 souls on MH370, not just 152. The world has witnessed the antics of the families of the 152. Why don’t you people now focus on the other 87 families who by and large handled this very difficult times with dignity underlain by brave acceptance of God’s will.

      • The post above is by Kijangmas Perkasa.

      • Very good that piece that went viral.

        Let’s propagate it here and there.

  9. and i dont understand why government still allow racist online news like malaysian insider to continue to operate and provide racist comments on almost every piece of news that they provide

    • Also Malaysia Kini, Malaysia Chronicle, Malaysia Today.com (not the dot net one operated by Raja Petra Kamaruddin),

      The Minister of Information said when assuming office after PRU13 that his Ministry was considering taking action like Singapore did on the so-called news portals.

      Maybe he decided against doing it as DS Najib liked being endearingly called Ah Jib Gor, despite the Chinese tsunami.

    • The following is the kind of local so-called reporters, reporting in so-called news portals, writing so-called news reports that got the bitch and “portal” sued – scared of losing their underpants, they apologized yesterday. More should be sued:

      “News portal and reporter say sorry over defamatory articles

      KUALA LUMPUR: Mtoday News Sdn Bhd – which controls Free Malaysia Today (FMT) online news portal – and its reporter Aneesa Alphonsus have apologised to Raub Australian Gold Mining (RAGM) Sdn Bhd in an out-of-court settlement.

      The suit in the High Court was over defamatory words published in four articles dated between June 23 and July 16, 2012.

      The mining company’s counsel, Sunil Abraham, read out the apology which was endorsed by lawyer V. Nisha who represented the portal and the reporter.

      She acknowledged the terms and raised no objection before High Court judge Justice Rosnaini Saub yesterday.

      Justice Rosnaini later recorded the consent judgment and made no order as to cost.

      The statement of apology, which was tendered to court, stated that the offending four articles – dated June 23, July 3, July 4 and July 16, 2012 – were written by Aneesa and videos were published on the FMT website.

      “The defendants would therefore take this opportunity to apologise to the plaintiff and to rectify any misunderstanding which may have arisen as a result of the publication of the defamatory articles,” it said.

  10. This may not relate to “rudeness of the Chinese” but may be so to “rudeness of the nation”. About the same, anyway –

    China’s request to search in Indian waters ‘politely turned down’

    NEW DELHI: India has declined China’s request for permission to allow four of its warships to search for the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 airliner near the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago.

    Indian officials on Thursday said China’s request to allow its four warships – including two frigates and a salvage vessel – to enter Indian territorial waters has been “politely turned down” since Indian warships and aircraft are already searching the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea around the 572-island cluster, The Times of India reported.

    This came after the Indian forces strongly opposed the entry of the Chinese warships anywhere near the strategically-located Andaman and Nicobar Islands, where military force-levels are being slowly bolstered with an eye firmly on China.

    “The Andaman and Nicobar command is our military outpost in the region, which overlooks the Malacca Strait and dominates the Six-Degree Channel. We don’t want Chinese warships sniffing around in the area on the pretext of hunting for the missing jetliner or anti-piracy patrols,” the daily reported, quoting an unnamed official as saying.

    • My point was – the attempt to snoop.

    • Good for India. Thumbs up. Don’t trust the Chinese anywhere, everywhere. Can’t stand their wayang Pek Jee!

      • Mereka ini mmg bangsa lahanat tidak mengenang budi dan tidak tahu makna budi.

      • Ada dua jenis Yahudi – Yahudi di Timur Tengah dan Yahudi di Timur Jauh.

        Kita mesti pelupuh mereka tak berhenti henti – secara lisan, cara lain tak boleh.

        Ramai yang dah sedar, ada Yahudi di Israel membangkang kerajaan Israel. Cina di selatan China ada buat demo di Canton, Hong Kong dll bila Beijing ketatkan arahan penggunaan Bahasa Mandarin – Bahasa Resmi di China.

        Gila, di selatan China mereka tak mahu gunakan Mandarin, di Malaysia si Dong Zong berdengong dengong dengan sekolah Cina dll.

        Itu lah yang di namakan Ultra Kiasu. Banyak di tulis dan di bidas di blog Ridhuan Tee.

  11. well, first of all i am a chinese Malaysian and i totally agree with your opinion about the rudeness and unreasonable demands of these chinese relatives. I myself am very pissed off by their behaviours as well. Our government started sluggishly, granted, given that we are still a developing country, but later they got their acts together well enough. i think it is correct for Najib to go ahead and announce it, Sometimes, people have to accept the fact that not every such event can have a tidy outcome with clear cause and effect. Sad to say however, our government is in a damned if you do, damned if you don’t situation,
    And please, the chinese Malaysian are not the same as those chinese from mainland China. I know that some of my Chinese friends just want to bash and criticize the government without any sensible reasons but really, not all of us do. I feel sad when I read some of these negative comments above about chinese Malaysian. Can’t all of us just discard our racist opinions against each others and live together as Malaysians in harmony? Each of us, no matter Malay, Chinese or Indians, we have our own strengths as well as weaknesses, but if we can work and help each others as Malaysians, I am sure Malaysia will be a very great nation. God bless Malaysia and the flight MH370.

    • I’m sure these folks didn’t really mean it. Anger can appear irrational sometimes. A Malaysian is a Malaysian despite the difference of culture and race. The article speaks exclusively about our foreign guests, that has nothing to do with Malaysian Chinese. We’re between democracy and Communism, that big of a difference. Unfortunately, some of our people can only see the weakness instead of commitment and hard work. Not particularly from Chinese but every single race I’ve seen and heard heavily criticize the authorities. We’re all the same.

      • Speaking of gratitude, many Malaysians have taken to internet and message boards to curse the USA; conspiracy theories, CIA black operation, cover-up, HAARP, Diego Garcia.

        This despite the Americans offering their equipment, assets, and services to help find the missing MH370.

        So we are no better than the angry China citizens.

  12. […] the Chinese Government secretly ‘allowed’ if not ‘advocated’ some of their citizens to make these outrageous demands and cries about “Malaysian Government, Malaysian military and Malaysia Airlines are […]


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