The Third Emergency

Democratic Action Party, which has been proven to Chinese Chauvinists and desires to wipe out the Special Malay Rights enshrined in the Federal Constitution and oppose any bills brought forth for the interest of the development of Malays and Islam, has slowly uncovered their wicked plan to gain control through the upcoming 14GE.

DAP is fielding two young Melayus amongst majority Chinese candidates for the Selangor State seats.

One of the, is a 30 years old Jamaliah Jamaluddin, who is a Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya Councillor since 2006, She is also the grand daughter of a notorious leftist Angkatan Wanita Sedar (AWAS), who annexed into the Malayan Communist Party and eventually turned a ruthless terrorist.

Malaysiakini story:

Shamsiah Fakeh di mata Jamaliah

Jamaliah Jamaluddin  |  Diterbitkan  |  Dikemaskini

ULASAN | Saya, Jamaliah Jamaludin ingin mengucapkan terima kasih kepada pimpinan parti DAP ke atas kepercayaan dan keyakinan terhadap saya dan telah mengumumkan saya sebagai bakal calon kawasan DUN Bandar Utama, Selangor pada hari ini.

Saya berumur 29 tahun dan telah berkhidmat sebagai anggota Majlis Bandar Raya Petaling Jaya sejak tahun 2016.

Saya juga telah menyertai parti DAP sejak awal tahun 2016 kerana ia merupakan sebuah parti yang memperjuangkan hak dan kepentingan rakyat tanpa mengira bangsa, agama, jantina dan pendapatan.

Nenek saya adalah allahyarhamah Shamsiah Fakeh, seorang wirawati dan pejuang bangsa yang amat penting dalam sejarah kita.

Beliau adalah pemimpin AWAS, organisasi wanita pertama dalam sejarah Malaysia, dan beliau juga merupakan seorang pejuang kemerdekaan pada waktu Tanah Melayu dijajah oleh British.

“Sebenarnya aku bukanlah pemimpin wanita Parti Komunis Malaya atau seorang tokoh wanita yang terkemuka.

“Aku hanya seorang pejuang wanita yang berjuang melawan British untuk kemerdekaan tanah air dan untuk emansipasi (kebebasan) wanita.”

Ini adalah kata-kata nenek saya.

Nenek saya adalah idola saya.

Jikalau bukan apa yang nenek sentiasa ajarkan kepada saya tentang perjuangan, tentang Malaysia ini tanah milik kita semua, tidak kira apa jua kaum, bangsa, jantina, tentang berani dan betul, saya tidak akan mempunyai satu impian pada suatu hari, kita akan mempunyai satu kita akan mempunyai satu negara yang berpaksikan rakyat dan bukan kroni.

Pada masa penjajahan British, nenek saya tiada pilihan selain daripada menyertai dalam perjuangan dan peperangan.

Hari ini, saya berjuang atas prinsip menegakkan keadilan, mengukuhkan sistem demokrasi berparlimen dan menolak politik rasuah, perkauman dan ekstremisme.

Oleh itu, saya telah memilih berjuang bersama DAP dan Pakatan Harapan untuk Umno-BN yang telah merosakkan Malaysia sebagai sebuah negara kleptokrasi terkemuka antarabangsa.

Pimpinan DAP dan Pakatan Harapan telah memberi kepercayaan kepada saya untuk menyumbang dan berbakti kepada negara ini, sebagai seorang anak muda, seorang wanita, dan seorang cucu srikandi bangsa.

Saya akan meneruskan perjalanan saya, dan saya tidak akan berhenti sehingga impian saya dan impian semua rakyat Malaysia ini dibebaskan daripada cengkaman Umno dan BN dicapai.

Demi Malaysia baru yang lebih baik, demi masa depan Malaysia tercinta!


JAMALIAH JAMALUDDIN ialah bakal calon DAP dan Pakatan Harapan DUN Bandar Utama.

Tulisan ini tidak semestinya mencerminkan pendirian rasmi Malaysiakini.

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As DAP leaders under Supremo Generalissimo Lim Kit Siang more aggressive, provocative and insidious of stirring issues which include materials uttered which should be investigated under Seditious Act, the heat is coming up on the strategy of the ‘politics of hatred’.

So other streams of DAP Chauvinist Chinese leaders in the likes of Ng Koo Ham, Nga For Ming, Teresa Kok and ‘Superman’ Hew.

They play the role of protagonists, similar to run up of the IIIGE on 10 May 1969, where the Police blamed “Radical elements” incite the people of opposition ethnic groups to clash beginning of 13 May 1969.

The “Radical Elements” is believed to the leaders of Malayan Communist Party, infiltrating to the political parties and trade unions and sow the ‘politics of hatred’.

This is clear when the Second Emergency was started from June 1968 and their infiltration through civilian bodies were seamless, can be seen in the outcome of the tensions created and escalating which erupted as racial riots a year later.

 

The conflict may not come in the short term but as these DAP brainwashed Melayus started to seep through the Malaysian community especially the Melayus and the younger generation, they would start to slow incite their targets and ‘new converts’ to challenge the norms, conservative nature and manner how to go about life and stir things about.

Of course, then the more arrogant, rude and protagonist leaders would be more aggreesive to create the discomfort, distrust and eventually the strategy of ‘politics of hatred’ would be infuse seamlessly.

Then the more conservative majority would try to stand up against all the protagonist challenges, humiliation and escalated accusations. However, it would be too late as the tension between groups would be so high and thick.

Upon the unleash of conflict, the usual cries scripted as of “Majority oppressing the minority”, “Police state!” etc would be perpetuated if not escalated through global media.

It is highly probable that foreign powers, especially super power like United States would intervene with ‘armed forces ready to discharge the use of lethal force’, especially when their enterprises, interests and/or individuals being compromised not only by the tension conflict between groups but the emergence of terrorist cells such as DAESH in seizing the moment of chaos and creating hazards in the nation.

The Third Emergency when we know the nation is under the control by proxy of a superpower, establishing an associate state in the region for their interests.

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