Tuesday, 2 September 2014



Not only non-Malays, sir. There are also Malays who jumped onto the opposition's bandwagon to 'wage a war' against the Malay Rulers.

They also wanted to amend the Federal Constitution, introducing absolute freedom in the country. When we repealed the Internal Security Act (ISA) and now considering similar action on the Sedition Act, they started taking advantage of our loosed-enforcement.

But you were right, damn right about the non-Malays outside Barisan Nasional (although they have sympathisers from among BN members). They have gone too far enough. The opposition and their NGOs have hidden agenda to tear our nation apart.
Malays are paying the price for being kind to non-Malays, said Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. 
He said non-Malays are getting increasingly arrogant and are insulting the bumiputras, the royalty and Islam. 
"We allowed them to be indebted to us without needing them to pay it back; they are now insulting Islam and the Malays under the pretence of democracy, freedom of speech, and globalisation," he said when launching the Umno Segambut divisional meeting today.
He attributed this to the perception that foreign cultural norms are inherently better than Malaysia's, and urged non-Malays to respect the bumiputras.
Ahmad Zahid, who is home minister, also urged Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail to expedite high-profile sedition cases to protect the government's credibility and stave off accusations of selective prosecution. 
He was responding to Umno Segambut division chief Kamaruddin Ambok's allegation that Malays are being selectively prosecuted while those who insulted Malays, royalty and Islam are escaping quick punishment. 
For example, Kamaruddin said, the road rage incident involving Siti Fairrah Ashykin Kamaruddin, otherwise known as Kiki, saw her sentenced in court within eight days of the act while Seputeh MP Teresa Kok is still free. 
He was referring to Kok's political satire video "Onederful Malaysia", which was posted on the internet during this year's Chinese New Year celebrations. Kok is facing a sedition charge over the video. 
Kamaruddin cited many other cases where non-Malays posted inflammatory comments on the social media and said this is a sign that non-bumiputras in the country are getting increasingly "biadap" and "kurang ajar". 
He said this is because the Malay community is divided and weak, and there are now even Malays joining DAP, a multi-racial but majority Chinese opposition party.
Look at Penang. The DAP-led state government has challenged the Federal Law which clearly stated that 'matters of security lies in the hands of the central government'. We have enough security personnel to safeguard the peoples' interest. We have enough assets and facilities.

However, they formed their own 'army' on the pretext of providing security to the people. Whose 'people' when 95 per cent of their members are non-Malays?

If let their activities unchecked, sooner or later they will equip them with guns and other weapons. Even with batons, they already showed their 'gangsterism'. They mocked at the police by calling PDRM names.

Go to the social media. Who insulted the Malay Rulers, the government, the police, the army and the country more? The Malays?

So, do we still need to repeal Sedition Act? I don't think so.

Freedom has limitations. Like that Rayer case, also in Penang. Lim Guan Eng protects him and criticised Putrajaya for charging him under Sedition Act.

The point is, if we let him go, we will get more insensitive remarks from people like Rayer. What if some Malays start calling the Chinese and Indians 'pendatang haram', 'Cina babi', 'Keling pundek', 'Melayu haram jadah' and things like that?

You think another racial bloodshed can be stopped?

We are still celebrating our 57th Independence Day. I am not sure if our Malays, Chinese, Indians and others are ready for another trouble like the one in 1969. I personally believe the majority of Malaysians do not want it.

But if they do not want it, they should stop all these craps immediately.

As for the government, it doesn't matter if they have to come down hard on those extremists. Dont listen to our critics. Just nail those 'subversives' and keep them where they should belong. Unless we like to play soft again and again...

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