13 May: DAP is trapped in their own web.

We would like to enlighten our readers on the content of the open letter made by Lim Kit Siang. The letter was meant for Datuk Seri Najib and his cabinet ministers have been posted by Lim’s admin in his blog today. According to Lim Kit Siang the particular letter is the second of which has been made in less than two week.
The letter was titled “Are the leadership of BN ready to cooperate with Pakatan Rakyat to ensure that the 13th May incident will not be repeated in Malaysia?”
As a matter of fact, this is one of the many articles in Lim Kit Siang’s blog which carries the notion of the unforgettable 13th May tragedy.
Even though there are a lot of articles regarding the 13th May incident in Kit Siang’s blog are lengthy and has long titles, each and every single one of those articles can be concluded in one particular article which is titled “People Who Talks of 13th Mei Must Be Silenced” written by Khee Thuan Chye.
It seems that Kit Siang wants the government to silence the Malays from reminding the future generations that there are possibilities that the racial riots can happen again.
The title of the article itself is sufficient proof that Kit Siang is adversely affected by the 13 May slogans that the Malays made during the demonstration against a PKR state assemblymen for insulting the Prime Minister recently.
Starting from that particular incident, Kit Siang can be seen actively speaking about patriotism and peace. Kit Siang tries very hard to show that the DAP or the Chinese, as patriotic while the Malays who are trying to remind Malaysians about the 13th May incident as traitors.
Kit Siang stated that the act of “feeding water spinach” inside the mouth of the PM’s figurine was not racist and shall not be threatened with slogans and cries for another 13th May. Thus, through the open letter, Kit Siang asks the BN government to cooperate with him so that the 13th May incident would not happen again.
A wise man would have learned from his past mistakes. And this proves that Kit Siang is not a clever or wise person.
Kit Siang should’ve learned from history that he was the one who incite the Malays. The Malays at that time were patient and generous enough to share everything with other races as long as they can maintain peace and harmony in the country. However, they went overboard with their racial provocation.
Unfortunately, even though he is old and had gone through many historical incident, Kit Siang did not manage to learn from any of it.
Kit Siang should have understood that the 13th May slogans made by the Malays in the demonstration does not originate from the kangkung issue at all, but it is created by the acts of Namawee, Alvivi, Father Lawrence Andrew, Lawyer Edmond Bon, COMANGO, Nga Kor Ming and hundreds or thousands of the “Red Bean Army” who provokes the Muslim population by insulting Islam, Malay leaders and the Malay Royals.  
The 13th May slogan was made as retaliation and a warning for the act of abolishing the Jawi word from signboards, acquisition of land and Malay businesses, the closing of Giat MARA, pressuring UiTM to be open to all the races and also to the act of inciting the abolishment of Bumiputra’s right.
The fact is, the Najib administration is one of the most lenient government compared to all the former Prime Minister to fight for the right of the Malays. As it is known by the public, today even high ranking officials in the government consist of many non-Malays. Ironically, the Malays was not given any chance by the non-Malays to hold top position in the private sectors.
Meanwhile, the Chinese who currently enjoys the right for vernacular schools and the rights to have Chinese language newspapers were never stopped. More than that, the Chinese also has their own radio and TV channel which uses Mandarin and Cantonese as their main language. All of these special treatments given to the minority Chinese has never been stopped even though it’s clearly disrupt the unity amongst the people of this country and also against the aspiration of Malaysia.
Even with all the special treatment given by the government, UMNO leaders are being mocked and provoked by the DAP as a racist party.
Kit Siang has to understand that the DAP is the one who are trying to re-live the 13th May incident.
In the 13th May incident, the DAP provoked, teased and insulted the Malays as they were much inferior, economically compared to the Chinese. DAP insulted the Malays and viewed the Malays with disgust and contempt.
The same thing is happening today when the Chinese is openly proud of their achievement as the highest tax payer and ridiculed the Malays. As if the Chinese was the one who developed the Malaysian economy while the Malays were useless.
This proves that, the Chinese are more racist than the Malays.
Logically, the Chinese will not be able to control the economy if the Malay people are racist. The Malays were the ones who supported Chinese business, and that is why the Chinese can enjoy their wealth today.
Only recently, there are campaigns to boycott Chinese businesses as it also came from the arrogance of the Chinese as it is shown in the 13 May incident.
According to the above facts, Kit Siang should have made his statement regarding the 13th May incident in front of the mirror to himself. He was the one who provoked the Malays and he should’ve known what is coming next.
In conclusion, the “kangkung” water spinach is not the problem. Lim Kit Siang is the problem.  

However, we cannot deny the possibility that Kit Siang knows that the second 13th May incident is near. It is possible that he knows what is going to happen and he is the one who tries to repeat history.
If this is true, what will we do? What can we do?



The ‘war’ between Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim and Azmin Ali has taken a new twist with Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) de facto chief Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim taking the side of his loyalist Azmin.

Anwar, who presided the party political bureau meeting on Tuesday and supreme council meeting Wednesday had said Azmin’s dismissal did not follow proper procedure and as such was invalid.

The political meeting heard Azmin’s version because Khalid did attend and similarly, last night’s PKR supreme council meeting also heard Azmin’s version as Khalid was again absent.

Khalid, the Selangor Mentri Besar and also the State Development Corporation (PKNS) chairman had dismissed Azmin as a board member, citing it was decided by PKNS general manager Datuk Othman Omar and the state exco agreed to it.

However, the general manager said the dismissal was decided by the state exco.

With Anwar’s backing, the issue seems to be getting worse as Khalid is now placed in an awkward position given Anwar is still his boss in the party.

He is actually in a Catch 22 position.

To withdraw the letter and reinstate Azmin will reflect Khalid’s ‘defeat’ in the ‘political war of power’ in the state and not heeding Anwar’s ‘directive’ is tantamount to protesting the party president and obviously can be termed as insubordination.

How will he withdraw the dismissal letter and reinstate Azmin? Doing so will put him in an awkward position where he will be seen as a Mentri Besar without ‘guts’ where all decisions need to be referred to Anwar.

As it is, even the salary increase for excos have been held back pending revision after Azmin and his supporters expressed disapproval despite the state excos agreed to the decision.

Khalid has tried to make an impact as the administrative chief in Selangor, minus any interference from his party boss, to show he is capable of running a state.

However, things are not as easy as he has to please not only the other partners in Pakatan Rakyat (PR) but also the Palace where his loyalty is priority.

Azmin’s dismissal is seen as Khalid’s ‘political move’ to clip Azmin of furthering his influence as well as eroding his influence with the coming party poll, probably to position himself (Khalid) in a better position should he decides to contest for the party deputy president.

Azmin is read as Anwar’s proxy in the party and whatever is in Khalid’s mind may not work out well as the party members interpret it as ‘furthering someone else’ agenda’ not Khalid’s himself.

Politically, Khalid has not been a success as even when he was in Umno, he failed to even got elected as a division chief, and the same goes in PKR.

With Anwar’s backing for Azmin now, the stage is set for Khalid to either ‘tow’ the leadership or face tumultuous journey as Selangor Mentri Besar until the next general election.

The Stupidity of Liberal Supporters: They say the name of God is not an issue, but willing to go to war to put Allah in the bible.  

 In the midst of trying to persuade the authorities to permit the usage of the word Allah to replace the word for God in the bible, they even try to make a point that all religion prays to the same God. Because of that, they say that any name that refers to any God should not be an issue.

 Thus, we are asked ourselves; why not refer the Christian God as Gautama Buddha or Ramayana or Lim Guan Eng? Isn’t the name stated are much more relevant and closer to the people who profess Christianity in Malaysia?

If they want to call their God with a Malay sounding name, why not they replace it with Awang or Abu? Why don’t they use Iban names for their God? Better yet, why don’t they just invent a new name for their God?  Why on earth do they want to use the name that can invite crisis among Malaysian?

 Didn’t they say that the name of God is not an issue?
The argument that all religion refers to the same God means that Christians now believe that God is the same in all religion, including Islam who believed in Allah Subhanahu Wataala.

 Allah is not the same entity as the Christian believed in. Allah the All-Mighty, which is worshiped by Muslims “neither begets nor is born”.  (Refer to the Holy Quran 112:3)

 Because of that, if Christians says that they pray to the same God, they must acknowledge that Jesus is not the son of God.
 It seems that Christian has to make haste as to change their bible that says Jesus was the Son of God, to prove their claim that they pray to the same God as the Muslims.

 Logically, how can it be that the same God has different characteristic or contradicting personalities?
With this, we urged all of Christian priest and missionaries in Malaysia to make an official statement denying that Jesus is the same as “Allah” that they worship.

This is the only way to ensure that the usage of the word Allah in the Christian bible so as to avoid any contradiction with the statement that they had made. This will also ensure that the tension amongst Christian and Muslim can be put to an end.