Wednesday, May 12, 2010

The Chinese racist are not good actors.

The "Melayu Bangkit" programme scheduled to be held on Wednesday, May 13th 2010 organised by Terengganu Integrity Institute and Gerakan Kebangkitan Rakyat (Gertak).

Tomorrow is 13th May 2010, the 41st anniversary of the bloodied tragedy of Malaysia racial clash.

The most surprising thing is that the Chinese are so afraid about an event that will be taking place tomorrow, that most of the Chinese dominated newspaper had been harping on the issue and condemning the move.

'Don't frighten people'

Angkatan Muda Keadilan (AMK) Selangor said the proposed gathering should be rejected.

AMK chief Khairul Anuar Ahmad Zainuddin said in a statement the event will create an unpleasant atmosphere "because May 13 is one dark incident which should no longer be used to frighten people".

"We urge the people not to be trapped and influenced by the narrow racial tactic used solely for political interests," he said.

"What should become priority now is how our mult-iracial society cooperates to create a harmonious atmosphere to bring about change and prosperity to the nation."

Don't even consider it: MCA

MCA Central Committee member Loh Seng Kok said rallies which re-ignite the old wounds of May 13 "must be permanently decimated and never even considered to begin with".

In a statement, Loh, who is also the deputy chairman of the MCA publicity bureau, said NGOs would achieve more for nation-building and instilling mutual trust among the communities if they radiate harmony and friendship and treat all Malaysians as fellow citizens.

'Unite all instead of one race'

Gerakan deputy president Datuk Chang Ko Youn said the party condemned any move to use May 13 to organise activities which could provoke racial tension.

He said Gerakan was against the planned gathering because it could lead to racial disharmony.

"We have no objections if activities are being organised on May 13 for all races to show unity as a united nation. There is no need to hold a gathering to show unity of only one race on this black day," he said in a statement.

Chang urged the government to take action to stop any group from holding such gatherings.

Denounce plan, PM urged

In Sibu, DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang urged Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak and the cabinet to denounce the plan to hold the gathering in Kuala Terengganu.

He said the proposed gathering was extremely insensitive.

"In line with the 1Malaysia concept, the prime minister should take a stand against all forms of extremism and intolerance," he told reporters.

In George Town, Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng described the move to hold the gathering "irresponsible". He said the May 13 incident should not be commemorated but condemned. -- theSun

One Minister that is lacking in the thinking department in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz said the gathering was provocative and unnecessary.

Why are the Chinese, who are solely responsible for the tragic incident are so afraid of the gathering? The gathering are not made so that the Malays can be like what the Chinese in the DAP and Gerakan did that had provoked the 13th May 1969 tragedy. We are a race that respects others, that we had allowed others to demean dan degrade us just because we are respectful of others.

What is the fucking use of being respectful of others when others are belittling and undermining the Malays in any way that they can, in their racist newspapers, in their racist blogs, in their racist Facebook and Twitters and even in the everyday living?

If the Chinese who are the most racists race living in Malaysia can be as cunning as a fox, we the Malays are even better than them and we have to be more so, as cruel as death.

The Chinese are not any more cleverer than us. Some of us the Malays are even more talented and cleverer than them. Some of the Chinese kiasu cannot even speak proper English or write in proper English. When they speak English, we can still hear their Chinese dialect in the English that they speak of.

The MCA condemns the May 13 gathering scheduled to be held in Terengganu because it will only serve to remind Malaysians of the dark incident.

This is what he had to say about it.

“All Malaysians are aware of and have learned from the May 13 incident.

“Malaysians today should be more multi-racial in our outlook, more inclusive, moderate in our stand and be supportive of the 1Malaysia concept,” Dr Chua told reporters after the party presidential council meeting at Wisma MCA here yesterday.

Are you sure about that? Why should the Malaysians forget about what the Chinese racists had done to the Malays? Why are they so afraid of being reminded of the fucking merciless killing they had initiated?

If you are really honest about learning from the May 13th incident, you will be working more closely towards closing the economical, social and racial gap that had been widen further more with the racists behaviour of the Chinese and also the reluctance of the Chinese to come together as Malaysians by starting in the education area.

Why would the Chinese would be fighting tooth and nail to keep their vernacular schools that is only promoting racism amongst the students? They are not adhering to the 1Malaysia concept that is being widely promoted by our beloved Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak who is working hard to make the different races in Malaysia come together as one.

The Chinese educationalist are so damn racists that they even formed their own society of the Chinese educationalist namely the Dong Jiao Zhong.