The Bangsa, Agama dan Negara Olympic Sham
Nasib baik, tak dapat emas. Nanti Apanama sombong.
When Goh Liu Ying and Chan Peng Soon showed up for the first finals in an Olympic event, Malay editors and reporters faced two problems.
One, on an international stage, where bangsa, agama dan negara become useless to get even dedak, the Malaiyoos saw that they needed pendatangs to give Malaiyoo land some international prestige. They needed a Chinese to even carry their flag and forced him to dress in Malaiyoo clothes. No Malaiyoo in sight. Poor Malaisia
The second is the most pertinent.
At the end of the match, Malaiyoo editors were, of course, jubilant (for the reason above). But they’d pretend otherwise by deriding the pair: the Malaiyoos couldn’t help it and here was the chance to get even since, in court, there’s not a single Malaiyoo in sight.
In putting down Liu Ying and Peng Soon, this was the Malaiyoo assumption: In Rio or at any international platform the Chinese play for Malaysia. That is, the Chinese are there to serve Malaiyoos, a race that habitually insult and spit at the Chinese, abduct our children, jail us, threaten us our homes, and have even killed some of us. And the Malaiyoo still believe the Chinese are doing it all for the Malaiyoo name!
Even the lions laughed.
Hei Utusan, You mahu emas? Go get it yourself boy. Don’t cry if you fail; for comfort, try fucking your mother.
我的爱 要快回来 讨厌这个混蛋国家 今天收到纸箱