Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Extract from HELEN ANG's recent posting >> GE13: Chinese too loud, Malays too quiet

I picked this up >>> from HELEN ANG's blog..  do read the comments..  the MUST READ...

GE13: Chinese too loud, Malays too quiet

Below are extract for some of the comments..

  • 12. sarah  |  April 17, 2013 at 6:45 pm
    we malay will vote and we will make our stand clear….and than people will see what we want them to se. Tears to come a lot of people will wonder what has happen….You’ll see
    • 13. Helen Ang  |  April 17, 2013 at 8:29 pm
      I think the Malay vote will generally return to BN.
      However the young, urban Malay voters are a question mark. As well as the Isma-types — dunno which way they’ll sway.
      • 14. Melayu Lama  |  April 17, 2013 at 9:49 pm
        Isma is trying to have themselves a Morsi type of authoritarian rule here. Don’t think they’ll go far in this election. They’ll be contesting something like 20 seats. Be mindful of them too. Another pas type that worships their own set of ulamaks
  • 15. anakbukitgantang  |  April 17, 2013 at 6:51 pm
    Malays can communicate and write in English, pronto.
    Most of the pro government bloggers and alternative media users are self finance, unlike the Komtar Troopers (DAP) or the Selangor troopers (PKR) or Perak cuyber trooper (during Nizar 11 month regime) -they can boast RM 3000 monthly for writing nonsense garbage. Selangor disbursed RM 2 million for cyberwarfare
    Most of my encounter with these so called Pro Pakatan cyber trooper were one way, true they are LOUD but once we counter their claims with facts they dissapear. Back to the self finance blogger, facebooker and twitters, we need to keep our day job and can only come to the alternative media once our project is over or when we are out of the company premises (some companies have the policy of no facebooking and twittering during office hours that need to abide too)
    Try writing in The Star- the paper requires you to disclose your home address and phone number…thus silence the critics.
    Malays I believe will be the silent majority and back the pesent government- this had happened in 2000 during Tun M premiership
    • 16. Helen Ang  |  April 17, 2013 at 8:27 pm
      re: “Most of the pro government bloggers and alternative media users are self finance, unlike the Komtar Troopers (DAP) or the Selangor troopers (PKR) or Perak cyber trooper”
      Yes. Everything that they themselves do, they accuse their opponents of doing. They’re a very sick people.
  • 17. forrrestcat  |  April 17, 2013 at 7:08 pm
    PITY those who think he is smart winnning in public speaking organized by a MCA dog tabloid.. btw.. there are as many Malay debaters and public speakers in the Piala Perdana Menteri… but DAPsters create a sense of superiority by highlighting silly achievements, can these Jerusubang actually compete with the mainstream heads on… yes.. but it’d be challenging.
  • 18. D  |  April 17, 2013 at 7:23 pm
    Snipe snipe snipe. Don’t you ever have anything constructive to add? Let people vote on policies rather than constantly sneaking in your political agenda?
    • 19. Helen Ang  |  April 17, 2013 at 8:24 pm
      You’re still lurking in my blog?
      Go on, name 3 DAP policies …
  • 20. hang jebat  |  April 17, 2013 at 7:31 pm
    diam-diam ubi Helen, semua tingkah laku diperhatikan.
  • 21. anakjamil  |  April 17, 2013 at 8:51 pm
    Melayu such as myself is not keen on sharing feed on my fb because i want to jaga hati – ‘takkan sebab politik, kita nak bermasam muka, bergaduh and end years of friendship’: that’s me la, not sure about others.
    My non malay & even malay friends can share whatever they want, i don’t mind but i laughed behind their backs over their hypocrisy la (these friends work for govt agencies, GLCs, local uni & some even benefitted lots from the current gomen) but i always make sure i do a research on what’s being shared..
    but I admit I am biased towards BN due to Tun M (the changes on Msian landscape & development set by Tun is overwhelming). plus i am old school – i believe in being bersyukur.
    • 22. i hate n'sync  |  April 17, 2013 at 9:10 pm
      No, I think we can still engage in FB, the key and most pertinent thing you said was “i always make sure i do a research on what’s being shared”.
      Fakta berdiri di atas kakinya sendiri. They usually just slink away in silence when the error is pointed out, like Malaysian Government Securities being rated CC- kononnya. Pembohongan maha besar dan bodoh tu.
      • 23. Melayu Lama  |  April 17, 2013 at 9:52 pm
        Absolutely! dapsters tend to avoid that which they cannot debunk and probably label you a racist behind your back. But pas and pkr Malays are a different story altogether. They jump in head first. I once had a discussion turned debate turned ugly with din merican’s wife on FB and let’s just say that when she failed to “convert” us to the pakatan way she just burnt all the bridges and unfriended/blocked all who disagreed with her. I believe as the election draws closer her friend’s list is getting shorter
  • 24. Fakin' Fake Calvin  |  April 17, 2013 at 9:00 pm
    Have you been to a Chinese coffee shop, to the pork market or seen Chinese play mahjong recently? Lets not even start about CNY gatherings. They’ve always been boisterous & loud, nary a thought for others. Not all, but most anyway.
    So why should they be different in the political arena?
    • 25. Helen Ang  |  April 17, 2013 at 9:04 pm
      The Star is giving them the megaphone to amplify their noisiness as well as the bully pulpit to harass the oppo critics.
      Their loudness is stab – a thousand cuts daily – in the MCA back.
      • 26. Fakin' Fake Calvin  |  April 17, 2013 at 9:21 pm
        The silver lining for MCA is that with every cut, the thousandth cut is one cut closer. Death would be blessed & merciful release for them, one would think.
        Then CSL can go back to playing doctor as the other dinosaurs contemplate life as has beens. They can take a leaf from GPS’s book. Admitting shame is step one in the healing process. The faster you heal, the faster you get to the ladder leading to the cushy executive chairs in the boardroom in Menara Star.
      • 27. shamshul anuar  |  April 17, 2013 at 9:43 pm
        It is just the nature of Malays not to be “so insistent’. partly due to the fact that they are ‘umat nabi Muhammad SAW’. In crude language , it means “tak payah jadi keras hati sangat’.
        Which explain why for example no action taken against states ruled by PR eventhough they endorsed the toppling of a legitimate Federal govt (failed sept 16)
        In other countries, that act will be deemed as treason. In other countries, it will result in “army trucks crossing Penang Bridge and literally drag Guan eng and entire state officials who conspire”..
        What many Non Malays fail to realise is that Malays too know what they are up too. No offense, Helen, Malays short of saying it already give up on genuine partnership with Chinese.
        • 28. Helen Ang  |  April 17, 2013 at 9:46 pm
          Sept 16 like Perak coup.
          What Pakatan wanted to do, BN willing to do also.
  • 29. Anak Jati Johor  |  April 17, 2013 at 9:35 pm
    Mungkin MCA mempunyai agenda tersendiri disebalik tabir yang kita semua tak tahu? Let DAP do the offensive since they are known to be loud and noisy anyway. If DAP wins, probably they will join DAP. If DAP lose, can still go back the BN coalition. Why go to war if someboy else can do it for you?

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