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两天后到达 廿八日

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我知道你在天天等著

你在东来我在西
山也不能分
海也不能离

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The Collar 子衿

挑兮達兮、在城闕兮

qing qing my collar qing, echo echo my heart echoes
standing at the gate tower I look out into the distance
one day not seeing you seems now like three months long

青青子衿、悠悠我心。
縱我不往、子寧不嗣音。

青青子佩、悠悠我思。
縱我不往、子寧不來。

挑兮達兮、在城闕兮。
一日不見、如三月兮。

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Client State Malaysia

US Style Regime Change

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This is the subject of a book that should be completed in about a month. The principal concluding outcome of this book-length examination is as follows:

Malaysians were ordinarily unaware of the extent of measures taken by the US in its intervention of local politics and hence determining the outcome of the General Elections of 2018 May. Those measures are,

  • (a) Ideology & Pakatan Harapan. Malaysians are ordinarily presumed stupid, farmers, factory and restaurant workers who know nothing about grand State designs and so the ideological and Anglo-American levers of influence from the US State department and individuals like George Soros were applied only at the top of the local political, social and economic hierarchy.
  • (b) Self-Righteous NGOs. There was, as early as 2007, long-standing US active financial support provided to organizations like Bersih, the ‘storm troopers’ that’s used to mobilize street protests that would paint a rickety, highly unstable and unsafe country. They, in their turn, would provide material and fodder for ‘news’.
  • (c) Media & Malaysiakini. US-style media propaganda has always been done in the name of independent thinking and freedom, these borrowed and copied from mainstream US news media where ‘journalists’ had, in their turn, picked up from deeply embedded ideological and religious ideas planted in western university coursework, taught by a secluded class of jobless ‘liberal arts’ graduates as a way of making a living out of chattering which they call ‘research’.
  • (d) US Extraterritoriality. The use and abuse of the American judicial and criminal justice process to cut Najib Razak at the knees, crippling him politically and morally on the one hand and rendering him, on the other, as politically ineffective and a liability to Umno. In July 2016, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) used this extraterritorial tactic to devastating consequences for Najib. Almost always, extraterritoriality is applied in criminal cases. But prosecuting 1MDB as a civil case — an unheard of thing hitherto — is clearest evidence the US backed Harapan to the hilt, driving it forward by slapping down Najib. Applying such legal devices as instruments of intervention (using the DOJ, FBI, Homeland Security), prevails today in, for example, the case of Meng Wanzhou, Julian Assange, and countless individuals.

All those key elements are present and found repeated again and again wherever America took its intervention from Chile before, Venezuela today to Iraq to north Africa thence to Serbia and Ukraine. The difference in outcomes among countries is purely a matter of degree: the US needn’t bombed Malaysia to submission and, therefore, far, far, far more cost effective.

There were in Malaysia some awareness of foreign intervention. Other than the oral protests made cursorily in front of the media, countermanding this intervention was never presented effectively, partly because Najib had by GE14 lost credibility and moral standing and partly because it was thought US intervention was largely material, therefore, underestimated. Literally, the US in Malaysia faced no opposition. Some, particularly among Harapan politicians and the media like Steven Gan believe foreign intervention to be a good thing. By convincing themselves of that, as virtue, it produced countless useful idiots, from lawyers with time on the hands, from DAP Christians emulating American Christian polity to the chattering class who make its living talking, bullshit really. Some reached the point of believing the contrary: there was no real intervention; what exist was merely to ‘save Malaysia’ from ‘kleptocracy’ — the same American excuse used in Venezuela today to oust President Maduro.

Malaysia on May 9 became a US client state and it is on that platform the trajectory is set for Malaysia’s future in its economy, its political design and social backwardness and international relations. Malaysia this time has become embedded, more than under colonial rule, into an American imperial, political framework and, especially into its moral and supremacist ideological consciousness. Malaysia has lost its independence, without which freedom is today near possible, the freedom to make people’s lives, the freedom to think and act differently from the way America wants it thought and acted.

Of course, Malaysian politicians can mouth platitudes about Israel savaging Palestinians or claim neutrality from superpower rivalry. But, what do all these words amount to? Nothing. This is what, after all, propaganda is suppose to deliver.

Nearly all US client states have ended disastrously. To Americans this means, nothing. People, millions, died, killed, bombed and maimed and they are not Americans after all. The disaster, being self-evident requires no pointing out  but it is the invariable outcome of the ramifications of US interference. Among the weak and the poor, the US has become penultimate source of domestic power, indeed of life. Death is the ultimate price.

Malaysia was for America a breeze though, but on May 10 that could have turned ugly, really ugly. The ramifications of the US embedded in Malaysian life, in thinking and politics will continue, pushing forward, because to be involved with America is to be involved with its interests, affecting multiple countries, and these are especially heavy, intractable and can’t be wrenched off without blood shed.

Being unaware Malaysians are now at the mercy of political machinations by Harapan politicians and they, in their turn, by the US. So bad and mendacious are American political values that, imported into Malaysia, crimes suddenly have no victims, rules become cruel and absolutist, some serving no purpose other than individually-held western prejudices made law by insane Harapan ministers, such as the effect one had on a young mother jailed a month for an inability to pay a 1,000 ringgit fine for smoking — and that in a parking lot but still a crime.

May 9 has become Malaysia’s saddest day, the day when Merdeka ended and freedom and slavery are merely words out of Orwell’s 1984 in which the language (in the English only) is first sequestered for political ends, after which the meanings of those words are also sequestered. War is peace. Slavery is freedom.

Malaysia was never, I think, really free from its beginning. It gradually became a slave — to English thoughts and to ways of Anglo-Saxon thinking — the day children first learned the English alphabets, reinforced later in life, in universities, especially once abroad, in commerce, in reading Malaysiakini. And that was enough — being an Anglophile, people who read and think the world of The New York Times and the Economist, who regard the US Congress as something of a wonder and grand, and people who believe voodoo and Jesus Christ to be some uber-god. In Christian terms, Anglophiles were simply ripe for the picking, this time by Americans.

Perhaps this also explain why America had it easy with Harapan politicians and why those politicians so willingly followed. And why not if, at the end of the so-called ‘struggle’, there is power to be had and the jobs, salaries, money and contracts to go with the power. For such people, they have no idea what’s to be a junzi 君子 and why, in public life, that should be the aspiration. This is, of course, a matter of culture. Their culture is English.

White people and their white God-culture are never humanist; they are absolutist, only they are right and if you don’t accept their culture, their ideology, their God — in sum their power — you are wrong and you have sinned. Then you die or be killed and go to Hell.

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Postscript: US Regime Change in Malaysia, Remade in Venezuela

The charges: Kleptocratic, Unpopular, Undemocratic

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It’s time I go home, back to real life…

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We fool ourselves into believing that the change we want will come with fresh elections and a new president or prime minister at the helm of the same old system. …  Let’s face it: the free market is not free, and it doesn’t give a shit about justice or equality. — Arundhati Roy to the Boston Review, 2019, Jan 03.

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Behind the facade… Also note the Harapan man: the guilty becomes the victim, speaking like Lim Kit Siang.

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The more things change in New Malaysia, the more corrupt, the more racist it gets…

Real politics: Inside give lecture and T-shirts, outside give money. After which Malaysiakini duly reports the matter as ‘volunteer allowances’. It is, you see, duit minyak, and duit rokok. What happened to No-Smoking?

And the floor…! So smooth, so clean, so much better than their dirt floor huts surrounded by mosquitoes in some hutan.

 

 

Bribery? Nah… it’s been redefined (by Steven Gan): It’s called an ‘allowance’.

Now, why would farmers and hunter-gatherers like those above have time to sit down for hours, listening to Harapan honchos yada, yada, yada, and Lim Kit Siang blaming Najib Razak for roti canai roads on which the former has been driving for 50 years of his political career — but today on Forest Department 4-wheelers, below.

And, if you have evidence of corruption, the Elections Commission say, “People must lodge reports.” People must offer proof of bribery; it is not for EC Chairman Art Harun to get it. Must be tough to be appointed by Harapan.

Along comes Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh to back up Art. Climbing down from the car, she says, “Anyone who dares say I use government car better show proof. Or I sue.”

Speak and I sue? Malaysiakini‘s Steven Gan is wondering, “Now where have I heard that before?” Poor boy, his bouts of amnesia has returned.

Fauziah has threatened to sue Yusman Zahari Zakaria for naming her as the one who abused government resources for electoral purposes — again duly reported by Steven Gan. Yusman was wrong. She wasn’t the only one.

Even Lim Kit Siang has no qualms with bribes. Says he, “So what? Najib, can you afford to give more?”

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All that shows one thing about Harapan’s underlying neo-liberal ideological attitude: they treat people with contempt and condescension. The poorer you are, the more they shit on you.

How so? Because you are so fucking cheap. Only 20 bucks? Twenty fucking bucks once in five years?

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Message to the true Malays: To build, first destroy.

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One Malay versus the Mamak Anglophiles: Where will the Malays stand?

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Like you would to a cockroach…

Exterminate this Mamak Regime

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Against the specter and invasion of Anglophone liberal fascism, Malays should not and must not give up on their leader. There will be those who will abandon and those who will betray Umno from leading the Malays but from the ashes of its destruction the party can rise again like the phoenix and reclaim its place in history.

We know who they are: they who made themselves as party independents, they who say they are neutral, by which they mean they jump left and right, front and back, two legs straddling two ships, looking to see how best to exploit and make the most of the confusion to serve their own, selfish interest.

The failures and the weaknesses of the past were in fact produced by the same persons who are now in power, the same people who left, came back, then left again. But those who stayed to the historical path regardless of those failures and weaknesses keep to the promise that they have inherited. Those who feign to save Malaysia, to be neutral to the events around them are apostates and charlatans.

There is, therefore, no better opportunity than in the mayhem of the present circumstances to rise up and rebuild that which had been lost. They must step forward, in the thousands and in the millions, and the armed forces should join them in this collective, combined effort to reclaim their place in history.

A minority government now rules in the name of the majority. It observes no law other than its own and other than that which serves them. Daily, they interrogate, arrest and prosecute in the name of the Law. The Law is employed where it exacts revenge. At will and at a drop of a hat, they deny people the right to a life, to employment, to a family and then calls this saving the country.

Ten of thousands up and down the country are made victims, farmers, workers, businesses, government and commercial employees lose their livelihoods in the name of saving money but, in truth, it is because their livelihoods came with the label called Najib Razak. They put an end to economic projects under the label that would have brought growth, jobs and prosperity. But, after ending the projects, the regime proclaims the end of growth, jobs and prosperity and all this is due to Najib Razak.

Never in the history of Malaysia is there such a vile government, a minority regime at that, dictating and undermining the welfare of the majority. Rise up! Rise up while the wounds are not yet forgotten. By the thousands and by the millions, bring down this vile regime. Kill it. Destroy it. And on its ashes rebuild Malaysia. You have nothing to lose but your chains.

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The first #MeToo

Biblical origins of sexual assault that led to the present, to America, to Clinton, Trump and Brett Kavanaugh.

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Annie and the Free World Elders

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Both paintings, above and below, bear the same title, ‘Susanna and the Elders’, which is also from a passage in the Bible.

Typical of Middle Ages Europe, ideas for paintings were religious, hence taken from the Bible. In this case from the Book of Daniel where Susanna was named (as a slut although she was married) after two elder religious men cornered and fondled her, tried rape, successful or not the Bible didn’t say. Notice, with finger to lips, one of them gesture to her to be silent.

For centuries that religion spread and so, too, the sex, both of which needed the complicity of silence.

Given its western, free world origin, it’s no surprise that Anglophiles like Rais Hussin, Helen Ang and the half-cooked Malaiyoo Annie of the Valley are some the staunchest defenders of American liberalism and Japan fascism — along with their biblical, Anglophile size sexual appetites.

Annie: Sob, sob, beloved dumped me, now I can’t even get a weekend fuck. She might stand a better chance from some mufti-imam democratic liberals from India (where else but the world’s biggest free world democracy that nobody wants to move to) first to gang rape Rais’s daughter or niece and, if they are still upright, after they are done with Annie ten times over.

On queue behind the door, Brett, you next! (This, the queue, was actually how it was described, as had happened, to the Senate Judiciary Committee of the free world.) In case you hadn’t been following, Brett Kavanaugh got away, scot-free. Free world indeed.

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Above: By Guido Reni, 1575-1642

Below: By Artemisia Gentileschi, 1593-1656 (This is a woman painter. She could have done so in protest, the free world’s first #MeToo. It’s a dangerous world for women, this western free world. Artemisia was herself raped.)

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It was done before. It can be done again. And this time, make it complete.

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China should consider endorsing any proposed UN Security Council resolution supporting the creation of twelve independent states within the Federation of Malaysia.

After 60 years, Malaysia, as it stands, is a failed state, does not honor agreements, both international and domestic, and actively interferes in and seeks to undermine the sovereignty of other countries, including Myanmar, the DPRK, China and Yemen; it is a kleptocratic state, a corrupt, anti-democratic and oppressive state, facts widely and publicly acknowledged by persons from the regime’s prime minister down. The most recent 14th general elections had explicitly endorsed those conclusions.

Furthermore, the breakup of Malaysia will restore:

(a) democracy to more than 30 million,

(b) freedom of religion to more than 20 million Malays at present denied them by a moribund Constitution,

(c) sovereignty to the nine Malay sultans shackled by the handed-down British colonialist system then further eroded into a mere token, ceremonial force by Mahathir Mohamad, the prime minister,

(d) self-rule for Sabah and Sarawak since half a century ago forced to surrender much their wealth, especially carbon fuels, to the Peninsula government that acts like robber barons and white colonialists,

(e) freedom for the aboriginal populations driven decades ago to hide in the mountains where today they are not even safe from the capricious and greedy governments eager to appease land-grabbing Mahathir crony companies, and

(f) freedom from endless persecution by an oppressive, evil government to whom truth is decided not by empirical evidences, and forbidden by human ideals and frailities, but by who has the power that also polices individual morality, what to eat, when to eat, who can hold hands or to make love. People are sacked, dragged to court and jail on account of their political affiliations when they not in accord with the ruling Anglophile morality. Malaysia is in the dark ages.

The breakup of Malaysia constitutes the following fully-fledged, free, independent, self-governing states:

  • Sabah,
  • Sarawak,
  • Nine Malay-ruler States, previously the Federated Malay States,
  • Malacca and Penang, previously the Unfederated States.

All so-called Wilayahs or Federal Territories are to be returned to the respective states, posthoc, with appropriate compensation. The ten independent states in the peninsula, post Balkan Malaysia, are free to form an economic union with a single currency and economic market called the Malaya Union. After that, the Union is free to extend the common market to Sabah and Sarawak. All monies, assets, liabilities and reserves are to be equally apportioned on per capita basis.

National political parties, beginning with Pakatan Harapan, and the institutions under their control, are to be disbanded, the prime minister removed, the Cabinet dispersed, all uniformed forces placed under the respective rulers wherever these are located. States like Johor are entitled to establish an army in accordance with their own constitution. Dissenters, Mahathir Mohamad, Rais Hussin, et al, should be arrested (by local and UN ground forces), summarily tried and shot.

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Pakatan Principle of Law:

All are equal, the Agong more or less

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Beggars will always be jealous of beggars, poets of poets.

As it is with knowledge, life is amassed, like assets and liabilities are accrued, not as a wad of currencies, beliefs and convictions but as a stock pile of experiences. For getting in the way of life, beliefs and convictions are millstones to living.

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The Last Chinese

This is Wee Ka Siong, in pinyin 魏家祥 Wei Jiaxiang, born 1968, and siblings, in their planked wall house somewhere in Johore. He is the only and last surviving Chinese Member of Parliament in Malaysia. An Indian named S. Thayaparan has asked that he be, in a house of 222, the honorable opposition, whatever that is.

There are no other Chinese in Parliament now. They are dead.

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The MCA as Opposition, A Reply

Malay, King & Chinese, Anwar in Between

Dear Mr S Thayaparan,

Thank you for your kind letter which, in some ways, has its insights but which I especially commend for going against the grain of popular perception and mythology.

Before the general elections and especially long before that, we Chinese are treated as a national past-time sport — like shooting ducks in a gallery. Anglophiles like the half Welsh Moron of Manchester find pleasure in maligning us: greedy, materialistic, speaks no English (and Malay), a people who don’t know how to use the fork and knife.

In politics, especially, this vilification of an entire community is far more nuanced. Consider, for example, Anwar Ibrahim’s recent remarks to Abim. It had to do with his visit to various sultans, and these words are verbatim:

I told them not to worry because the government was not under DAP, and there were no attempts to eliminate the power of the rulers.

On the face of it, the statement is par for the course in Malaysian politics. (See also Kadir Jasin’s The King and the Pauper.) The MCA is not the DAP. But, you, us and everybody know the word DAP substitutes for Chinese. If Chinese, it refers also to the MCA: we are, remember, the Malaysian Chinese Association.

Now, tell us, what jumps out of those words?

Let me tell you, instead — as a Chinese: Each time the word Chinese is mentioned, it is accompanied by an apology. People apologize for our citizenship. We are treated and talked about like our existence is an affront to the Malays, as if we are somehow in the way of the Malay identity, his power, his Allah, and his way of life. Anwar’s apologia treats the Chinese as an affront to the sultans with the inference that, better off than second class, it is being dead. Then, there would be nothing to apologize and all threats to the Malay self would be eradicated.

There was a follow-up Anwar ‘story’ by Malaysian Insight (a bigoted Anglophile rag sheet staffed by racists, for example Sheridan Mahavera). That one concerns Tommy Thomas, over who Anwar said he was offering his services to intervene between Mahathir Mohamad and the Agong.

Here was Anwar’s excuse to intervene: Views on Islam and secularism that were held by the urban (meaning the Chinese, Indians and a smattering of Anglophile Malays) are different from the rural Malays, Anwar said. “As a responsible government the rural views must be taken into consideration.

That, again, is a fucking lie, wrapped in propaganda language. In their original state of nature, farmers and fisherman have next to no political views: they can’t, they don’t how, they don’t know what, and they don’t care. If there is any ‘rural view’ at all, it is how much the oil palm fruit bunches are going fetch the next morning — insyaallah — and what they are going to do if not enough money comes in.

All ‘rural’ Malay political views — and if you can count them in the fingers — are, exclusively, Umno views, party propaganda fed them, drip by drip by drip, for 60 fucking years. Those Umno views (and these include views manufactured, drummed up and delivered by Anwar and Mahathir) are poison. Ultimately they birth the like of Najib Razak and party apparatchiks who feel they can help themselves to anything they like from the Finance Ministry, from 1MDB, from the stock market, government contracts, and especially from the Chinese (recall the Low Yat phone thief, and the police abduction of Penang school girl Tan Yi Min). Since Umno is government then, logically, all Malay life are indebted to the party: oil palm, school, house, going to Mecca, everything, even protecting Allah from infidels like us. So why not help themselves?

Ketuanan‘ would have been look upon with some awe by us, the Chinese, if, like white supremacists, Malaiyoos could make cars, fly rockets, theorized about relativity laws and write the ‘dao dejing‘. (Do you know what the book is about, Mr Thaya?) As it stands, even today, they rely on some Anglophile named Jho Low to steal for them, after which to recite from memory some Arabic trash backwards, but all this is suppose to demonstrate supremacy.

Supremacy has never been anything achieved but harped on, day-in, day-out, online, offline. Responding to this — Umno’s narrative strands of amateurish fascism — are white copycats, primarily Christians. Anglophiles in Malaysia saw in England, some ‘mother of Parliament’ it seems, the anti-dote to ketuanan, while refusing to acknowledge that in biblical traditions is the white man’s crucible of racism. The anti-dote upended the biblical principle ‘all are created by god’ by throwing in the word ‘equal’.

For all to be equally Malaysians required the refutation of an identity. To which only the Chinese, again, must pay the price because neither Muhyiddin Yassin nor Mahathir Mohamad would deny they are Malays. Hence, Lim Guan Eng’s proclamation to the world he is not Chinese but a Malaysian.

That in a sense is true: he grew up in a La Salle school and, in church, he is known as Joseph. Guan Eng is an Anglophile and banana. Hannah Yeoh’s Nazi demand that Shay Adora is ‘anak Malaysia’ has profound, fascist ramifications once bangsa Malaysia is made the only legitimate identification in state NRD policy. In the name of equality, all others would have to be eradicated: no Chinese, no Malay, no Indian, no nothing. A step further they could argue that only Shay Adora type names are permissible. Or Tommy Thomas. (This is not too far-fetched; they have already come this far.)

DAP’s bangsa Malaysia merely made a bad, unequal situation worse. It drew a line in the sand between two sides, Malay, Umno protector on the one side vs DAP, Anglophile and Christian enemy on the other.

Invariably we Chinese are drawn into the fight, the origin of which is 8,000 miles away in some desert hell hole littered with camel dung. (Where Umno narrative is concerned the MCA doesn’t count unless it is for elections.) The red line says, simply, that Malay and Chinese existence are incompatible, perpetually at war, one a never-ending threat to the other. It is a dichotomous, adversarial framework to politics — and, truth to be told, a western import — that is completely unsuitable to Malaysia and at odds with local, native cultures (native, particularly the Orang Asli).

Today, the parallel storylines — one side Malay from Anwar, Mahathir, et al, the other by DAP Father and Son — have poisoned not just politics but all facets of life.

Take this 2011 Anglophone piece of shit named Lisa Ng. She is, by surname, a Chinese, but here is the title in her diatribe: ‘Malaysian Chinese Totally Foreign’. The boy named Chong Eu Jienn is 15, Lisa Ng begins.

Notice Lisa used the most Chinese of names, Eu Jienn, and not Peter Chong nor Jesus Napoleon Chong. He lives in Kepong. Lisa Ng had mischievously lumped ethnicity with location and this is critical. The Eu Jienns of Malaysia don’t live in Bangsar, you see, nor in the other Anglophile suburbs of Damansara. Hence, Lisa calls Kepong a ‘Chinese ghetto’ while the urbane, well-heeled English-speaking Anglophiles, the Lisas, the Tonies and the Jameses occupy SS2.

The Eu Jienn Chinese go to Chinese schools although, according to Lisa Ng, they have no business speaking in Chinese in Malaysia. The Chinese language, spoken by more than 7 million and taught to 20,000 Malay kids, is a foreign tongue whereas Lisa considers English a class of Malaysian sophistication. Not only — and here is her conclusion — are the Eu Jienns an obstacle to ‘unity’, they can’t even give her road directions in English when she — that piece of Anglophile cunt — tried to find her way around Kepong.

In short, we Chinese, a ghettoed class of useless people, are made out to be, by the like of Lisa, Joseph, Hannah, Sheridan to be a national impediment, politically and everything else.

Can you, Mr Thaya, see the parallel with the Umno narrative?

But — and here is the political part — guess who cheered Lisa on and applauded her? Lim Kit Siang. He had the whole thing plastered in his blog, and some of the things subsequently included would have landed all DAP in the slammer if the same was said of Malays. Beating up Chinese has become a political convenience and tool, especially on the DAP side because they don’t have to go to jail. DAP’s identity theft equals Umno grand theft; it is only that nobody wants to know, nor care.

The principle of national unity in Lisa’s bigotry ‘Malaysian Chinese Totally Foreign‘ is the same as Kit Siang’s fascist Chinese second, Malaysian first: if the Chinese, other than those dead, had Shay Adora names, better yet become Christians or Anglophiles like his son, and if all were to speak the Queen’s English (littered preferably with some Malay), then half of Malaysia’s problems that Malays have with Chinese would vanish tomorrow.

For the MCA, Umno is problem enough.

Mr Thayaparan, how do you oppose all that; that cunt hole Lisa? Or that grandson of a Fujian pig farmer? You can oppose to ask why two and two must be four? It is a matter of analytical truth. But, how, as a Chinese, do you oppose an anti-Chinese racism made in the name of a greater holiness called bangsa? How do you oppose an Anglophile, fascist value system from which emanates state policies both domestic and foreign, who to tax, what to sell, what language to learn, whose god to pray to, and decide to whom and whether in Pakatan states 7-Eleven should or should not sell even 3.5% liquor on grounds that Jesus Christ, that King of Jews, had never tasted beer? That, with Allah thrown in, is how Pakatan is going to construct policies, the same way America makes them, who to invade, who to annihilate, who to support, with who to declare peace.

To reiterate, none of this is identity politics. We are beyond that. Pakatan, and opposing it, has become a matter of freedom: convert to their systems, their politics, their beliefs, their god and their kind of unity will bloom. That or leave, is what they now say. Or die. It is this that underlays the cacophony of voices today; this is what it means to be politically correct. It is, in another name, morality politics.

Until not long ago, morality politics was a thing Anglophiles only read about in the western media. Today, om-putih morality is the overriding theme you see even in blogs, trolled out by Syed Akbar Ali and Annie’s Assholes, people whose idea of politics is, first and foremost, nail Najib Razak.

We are, you see, dealing with a motherfucking bunch of religious lunatics in suit and tie, sometimes masquerading in baju and songkok.

For sixty years, especially since Mahathir, Chinese was a dirty word, a political liability, and that the Chinese exist as an extraneous thing, outside of Malaysia mainstream, Eu Jienn being a ‘foreign’ thing — the boy is not even human to Lisa. Today, they have extrapolated the same morality and plastered it all over Umno and Barisan, employing Christian language such as ‘beyond redemption’. They are a shame, as opposed to a fact of existence in which Kit Siang, Mahathir et al had a part in cultivating.

One way to see where Pakatan will take this morality is to look back at Kit Siang and his response to the badge of shame that came with he being Chinese.

Kit Siang is no critical thinker nor has he a refined culture that we Chinese associate, on both counts, with a wise ruler (君子), while his son has all the qualities of a Hokkein street thug and talks like one. These are identity characteristics, we Chinese say, typical of the children of pig farmers, especially given they hang their lives on a foreign and lesser English culture they know little about but fawn after. A metaphysical consequence is seeing everything on western (and Christian) dichotomous terms, such as Kit Siang accepting then internalizing the Umno trope that being Chinese and being Malaysian are mutually exclusive.

Enter Kadir Jasin, Anwar and the Agong, the last as the ultimate expression of the Malay being, the first two as poor Anglophile copycats. If Malaysia is first and last (in Christian language, alpha and omega) Malay has to be second. If Malay is second, the Agong is what?

Kadir’s scurrilous piece provides the answer in the title ‘the King and the Pauper’, wherein, on the legal principle of Malaysia equal to all, the King is compared to a beggar. This may be just legal status comparison but that does not — and never does it — stand alone, so that being dependent on a wider societal context, then the only way to equalized the two is lower the King because the pauper can go no farther down. Kadir makes this point clear with the comparison: just as the beggar sponges on society, so does the King. The latter given 257 million ringgit in 16 months and this excludes a 600 million palace, all for the primary purpose of a signature for Tommy Thomas, the primary motive in Kadir’s attack piece.

Between King and pauper, both dependent on society at large, Kadir asked, who is the moral bankrupt, a question, yes, but given a rhetorical twist in order to escape jail. It is contained in these ending lines, all Kadir’s, verbatim:

The people expect them (the Agong and sultans) to be the embodiment of all things good and holy. But the question is: Are they?”

See the airy and dubious quality of the Angophile value system — equality, good, holy — threading through Kadir’s argument? Can you, Mr Thaya, see the distorted and calculated claim made through a western dichotomous and a fallacious comparison?

Return now to Anwar’s statement cited earlier: “I told them (the sultans) not to worry because the government was not under DAP, and there were no attempts to eliminate the power of the rulers.”

In his statement, partly attacking Kadir, Anwar wasn’t just wrong factually; he was in an underhand sort of way being vituperative and, truth be told, a complete motherfucker. Of course, the government is under the DAP, as one of four parties. Otherwise, what the fuck is Guan Eng doing there. Of course, there is nothing to worry — worry about the Chinese? A revolt? Guan Eng is not Chinese anyway. Of course, there “were no attempts to eliminate the power of the rulers.” How are we to do it: send in the PLA?

On the point that there is no rational nor empirical basis for his statement, why then does Anwar not infer these existential threats and apply them coming from other Pakatan parties? Why only the DAP, that is, the Chinese?

For Anwar to use the Chinese as a whipping boy harks back to Mahathir first, Father and Son next. Chinese because it has, as said earlier, been a political liability, a dirty word since Mahathir. Father and Son because, with the Chinese eradicated, the liability is lifted.

I don’t consider myself as Chinese. I am Malaysian,” Guan Eng told the world from a roomful of international and local reporters in the early days of May 9’s aftermath. Malays like Kuala Selangor’s Dzulkefly Ahmad quickly clapped, oblivious to the day they too would have to render their Malay identity second on the basis of the Kit Siang argument: “Now that we have done it, now that we have eradicated the Chinese from Malaysia, all problems with the past are settled!”

If Muhyiddin were to say, wait a minute, I am still Malay first, here would be Kit Siang’s answer: “We gave you a second life after you were kicked out. This is New Malaysia. Do you want to go back to the bad, old Umno regime days?

So, Thaya, tell us, tell the MCA in particular: All problems taken care off in Malaysia Baru, what are we, the MCA, to oppose?

You can therefore see what Wee Ka Siong means when he said that for too long the MCA had been made Umno’s whipping boy. It actually goes deeper: Umno, beginning with Mahathir (or The Malay Dilemma), made possible the rise of the DAP. Each Umno mistake has become MCA’s, whether it is 1MDB or Felda or ketuanan. Each time Umno politicians shout protect Malays and Islam, they really mean: ‘Watch out! The Chinese!’  Politically, it is a message that says the Chinese could never be part of the whole, so the MCA is like a flower pot for decoration, or as furniture for racist Umno ministers to sit on.

DAP politicians, on the other hand, take up a voodoo religion called Christianity, lie about the origin of their identities then proclaim a new dawn. Tell us, again, therefore: Is Guan Eng real or is he a fraud? If real, is his politics true? If fraudulent, can it last?

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DIAL DR M FOR HITMAN

Kadir, hitman recalled to national service

When Mahathir almost didn’t get his way over Tommy Thomas, Kadir Jasin (above) went for the Agong — using Anwar as bait (reproducing the picture below; calling him a political commissar) — then raked up insinuations that the king, like Najib, is a parasite, sponging on government largesse for a pompous life yet doing little that’s useful, not even signing the appointment papers as required. Here, however, was the rub; from Kadir: “The people expect them (the Agong and sultans) to be the embodiment of all things good and holy. But the question is: Are they?”

A month ago, if he had produced the same thing, he would have been thrown into jail the next day and whipped. Today he’s protected by Mahathir. But, even that’s hardly the point: Everything about new Malaysia is old stuff. In power, Malaiyoos can get away with anything, even lese majeste, a crime more serious than murder.

It is the same principle of power that drove the corruption at Umno and in Najib Razak — they can do anything, take anything. The tables having turned, Mahathir, Kadir want to get even. This is what they mean by doing the “right thing,” a phrase Tommy Thomas has repeated on the first day as AG. Naively believing he is doing the “right thing” in the “national service,” says Thomas, he wades knee-deep into this Malaiyoo I-fix-you, you-fix-me business.

Ini politik la, Malays say. These Malaiyoo baboon-faced Kadirs. Now, dear reader, wait for Anwar to get even, joined by the King, by Umno and by Zahid Hamidi; it will be great fun.

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Anwar, hand-kissing political commissar

Anwar Ibrahim, according to Kadir Jasin, is a hand-kissing political commissar who, like those “in the communist system, is many times more powerful than a battalion of soldiers.” More powerful? Kadir wrong, again, is typical of stupid, ignorant Anglophiles:

The political commissar or political officer, although responsible for ideological education, was created partly for the purpose of keeping an eye on the military for it to remain under civilian control. But, the commissar is a military rank, never higher than the commanding officer of a unit. Hence, division commissar or brigade commissar or regiment commissar.

That position is not communist origin nor exclusively communist, as Kadir infers. Created during the French Revolution (1789-1799), then serving the French Revolutionary Army, political commissars exist under Nazi German and served the Soviet Red Army, where the position ended with the war. China’s PLA is the only armed forces that still retains it (and don’t ask how I know).

Political commissars are better at intellectual matters than in firing the gun. Anwar, a UM graduate in local Malay literature, understands neither, a deficiency you can tell when he talks political philosophy or offers an argument. Either he is way off the mark when interpreting or he is factually wrong, like Kadir is wrong now.

No, Anwar shouldn’t be compared to a political commissar; that’s to flatter him, Kadir. Or, you didn’t know that? Anwar is just babble mouth, a shrieking monkey, always eyeing the nuts in coconut trees, like those two little monyets below, Kadir’s comrade-in-arms who can’t tell the difference in what comes out of their front and the rear orifices. (For the answer, there’s no difference; it’s fart.)

Small wonder Malaysia is in such a sorry state…. But, trust Kadir to go after the Agong; you are protected by a mamak? Now, why didn’t he said all that a month earlier: we would be better informed and better know then who to vote for. Palace 650 million; expenses 257 million? Add that to your trillion ringgit debt, Kadir.

You are quite a motherfucker, aren’t you?

See what I mean? Each time the Malay fight, even after GE14, between Mahathir and Anwar, over the fucking appointment of an Indian and Christian — all of who and all of which have nothing to do with us — they (Utusan, Umno, NST, Anwar, PKR, Bersatu, Malaiyoos) invariably dragged in the Chinese, using us as fodder and ammo.

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Do-the-Tommy-Right-Thing Thomas: the Anglophile God sent

Tommy Thomas speaks only English, and little Malay. But because he speaks a foreign language, and not Malayalee his mother tongue, so the like of Kit Siang, Lisa Ng, Sheridan Mahavera, Ahi Attan, RPK, Annie of the Valley, Kadir Jasin, editors of Malaysian Insight don’t call him an ‘obstacle’ to national unity.

Nobody asks, therefore, to demolish the Victoria Institution where he had pick up his Anglophile values and his imported voodoo Christianity. Why? Because the name is Victoria and not SMJK Sam Tet?

All that Queen’s English, all that yada, yada about fairness, law, justice and free — such grand words — coming from an Anglophile: Queer isn’t it? So, it is not only that Umno employs its racism against the Chinese but Anglophiles today.

What we have then is a man hoisted up as the ‘Man of the Hour’ — Related image — next Steven Gan will say he’s descended from heaven like Anwar was proclaimed as Allah sent.

“Free, fair”, did you say? Listen to yourself Tommy! What can you know about justice, real, true justice, when all that you had learned had come from dead white males and their biblical hell and brimstone jurisprudence? Pray tell! You need a re-education, Tommy boy. But, we’ll wait: let’s see what you are made of, what you have.


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The Chinese, MCA by extension, is only tolerated in Malaysia. We can live with that — no problem there — or else we’d get out. But what sticks in the craw is the like of Kit Siang, Guan Eng: Father and the DAP had once led the Chinese to their deaths in 1969. Now they expand their lies, not to the Chinese (we don’t care) but to the Malays so that the latter may put up with us, live with us, because we are no longer Chinese.

This is fraud like 1MDB is fraud, like ketuanan, like everything else about Umno and Anwar; like Hannah and Lisa are fraud. Tell us how, Mr Thaya, do you oppose, break through the halo of religiosity that shields the fraudulent morality inside it?

GE14 was DAP’s final act of betrayal. On the surface, it appears to overturn a once-upon-a-time incompatibility and irreconcilability into a new era of supposed Chinese-Malay partnership. Now both sides, Pakatan in particular, will have to find ways to keep up with the pretense and the fiction that there are no differences since there are no Chinese and all are Malaysians.

But — and here’s the problem — there are Malays, there are Indians and natives, all of who are entitled to be what they are.

The Tommy Thomas episode drives home that point in excruciating detail: here’s an Indian, a Christian yet Anwar goes to a distrusting, skeptical Agong to convince him about Chinese intent.

A Malay assuring a Malay king about Chinese intent over powers granted not to a Chinese but an Indian and Christian? Can you see the absurdity, how lies piled on lies have become the only means to sustain Pakatan power?

Here, thus, is a government beginning with and is constructed on the foundational principle called, Lying. Mahathir lying, Anwar lying, Guan Eng lying and their lies are no small matter. Instead, it is a matter — how are we to live as Malaysians — that strikes at the heart of political psychology and the political system. They want to make the system Anglophile, as a reflection of their values.

When you suggests that the MCA acts the honorable opposition you, in effect, sealed the fate of the Chinese as the apposite of the Malay rather than as a compatriot, because without the Chinese what’s there for Anwar or Umno or sultans to protect Malays from?

So, you see, while Guan Eng et al goes one way, Anwar goes the other way: the two sides pulling away from each other like in a tug-of-war.

The Chinese — and Wee Ka Siong is all alone — is in no position to check Pakatan power. Besides, we have done enough. We Chinese stood alone between full Islamization of Malaysia and whatever secularism exists. We stood between Hadi Awang’s parliament proposal for full sharia and a limited version. If not for the Chinese, Malaysia would have been a Taliban state, subjecting Malays to great religious cruelty long ago.

Think about that because if not the MCA but the DAP in its stead, you know what they would do?

In 2008 and 2013 Kit Siang et al were willing to throw out their own party constitution so that on behalf of PAS and hudud they’d get to Putrajaya. With Mahathir, GE14 rested purely on the same rationale.

Like the inner circle in the DAP, Guan Eng is Chinese in name and form, Anglophile in substance. Their ethical values are deformed by the Christian west which, ordinarily and applied individually, nobody cares. Likewise PAS and Umno.

But, here’s the catch: their dogma of immorality that informs and permeates all policy decisions and actions are not negotiable. Hence, you have a character like Tommy Thomas. In our Chinese world, politics, justice and fairness require talking though them, but, in religion, nothing is negotiable.

Although the MCA is now freed from Umno’s clutches, the party finds itself sandwich between two forces of extremism: racism and Islam by Umno and PAS, on the one hand, Pakatan’s nationalistic dogma and bigotry, on the other. Dogma rule both sides.

We Chinese come from a long, honorable humanistic and secularist tradition that is second to none, better even than the West: how we conduct our lives, how we see others and the way we treat them, and how we have come to regard friends and enemies. Our culture does not actively advocate for confrontation. We leave that to Umno and PAS and Mahathir and Anwar.

That, then, is our advantage: It is for them to destroy one another, exactly the way Mahathir destroyed Umno. The most recent case in point of their mutual destruction is, Anwar and Kadir.

There is this other problem though: Mahathir won’t live long enough to destroy Pakatan from within. Still, somebody will come from behind to do the self-annihilation: it’s in the nature of the Pakatan’s morality beast. Where there’s an Eden, you will find a serpent.

If Malaysia goes down with the destruction, so what? The foundations that shape and make the basis of the country were never good and nothing good is going to come out of it. Until that’s first sorted out, everything else is band-aid remedy.

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Our Chinese Family

Slowly, slowly, my dear 慢慢喜歡你

The clip below is more than an hour long. In it is a brief introduction to an Anglophone world about Chinese musical instruments. But, better than the information, is the explanation into the ethereal qualities of our music, a music that in part expresses Chinese geography and history and in part tells about our cultural eminence with its profound humanism and naturalism, ethics that are so unlike the vengeful, hell and brimstone Christian value system that Anglophiles are brain washed to believe in Sunday classes.

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We Chinese will not just roll over and take this shit lying down. Mahathir, rest assure, you will face the full force of all Chinese everywhere, Joseph with you or no Joseph.

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Democracy is no longer the only game in town. — David Runciman

Thanks to Jian for reminding me the above.

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New MCA vs DAP: Dealing with May 13’s Twin Child

With Umno gone, there is left its other May 13 Siamese twin child — the DAP. Both are inter-dependent creatures of ketuanan fascism, Mahathirism in particular, their respective political strength feeding on each other, like flowers and bees. One drip at a time on a stone (image above), it took 49 years to destroy Umno — with the hand of Mahathir that made it. So annihilating Anglophile DAP will take time. But this ought to come quicker and easier since Umno which sustains the DAP is dead. Excerpted from In the Market:

Mahathir’s contribution to Lim Kit Siang is that the former singularly annihilate MCA’s entire voter base then rocketed the entire lot to the DAP. That is, without Mahathir’s fascism, DAP would have no dissatisfaction upon which to build its base and to nurture its beginnings. It would have been a write-off a long time ago. This is as if the DAP and Umno are mutual creations, one dependent on the other for their separate existence. Or, to rephrase that, the greater is the success Umno has in ‘protecting’ Malays from the Chinese, the better off it is for the DAP, electorally and politically. The success of one offers gain to the other.

Umno out of the way, and no longer encumbered by ketuanan and Malaiyoos, MCA (Gerakan and others) are free to pursue their individual political agenda. In the yin-yang of politics, one dies, another enters to fill its place.

MCA’s reconstruction ought to begin at its roots, the party Constitution. For that, it merely requires the addition of a single Preamble page:

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(Front page declaration and preamble addition to the Constitution of the MCA)

CONSTITUTION

of the

MALAYSIAN CHINESE ASSOCIATION

PREAMBLE

IN RECOGNITION, We, the Chinese of Malaysia solemnly proclaim our attachment to the Federal Constitution of Malaysia of 1957, and by virtue of which the Malaysian Chinese Association (hereafter MCA) was established, and having affirmed our rights and duties as self-determining citizens of Malaysia;

IN RECOGNITION that Malaysia is a federalist state, founded on the principles of liberty, equality and fraternity, secular in nature, as affirmed in its constitutional provisions and in common law; and given that we are an inalienable constituent of an indivisible nation guided by the democratic principle of self-determination;

IN RECOGNITION that We, the MCA, is founded on those national principles and acting through them the highest and deepest virtues of native Chinese ethical culture, and for which We were conceived in satisfying the hopes and aspirations of all in Malaysia;

We, the MCA, solemnly make known the Articles as follows (the old articles to follow):

Part I…Part XX

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Umno and Reincarnation

On Khairy’s idea, this is the Chinese response, excerpted from Angel’s Malaysian Bitch:

Angel’s contradiction, as well as Kit Siang’s and the DAP’s, is that being Chinese and Malaysian are mutually exclusive.

They couldn’t see the flip side, that there is no Malaysian without the Chinese. Or, put in another way, Being Chinese is the only way for the Chinese to be Malaysian. It’s only that Umno’s politics have never permitted it. And now the DAP and Kit Siang are repeating the same fucking Umno idea.

Contrary to Malaysiakini propaganda, Barisan didn’t go down in one fell swoop. Its demise came in stages, from 2008, first Gerakan then MCA and MIC followed by Umno and Sabah (see GE results table below).

The point is this: Umno is the failure of Malaiyoo fascism. Pakatan is purely an extension development of the same fascism; it, too, possesses the will of its own self-destruction (see elsewhere in this site: Why Umno finds it hard to govern Malays). For Khairy to replace one racial form with another, multi-racial form does not resolve the fundamental point about its existence: What is it? What are you?

That takes some reflection. The immediate consideration, meanwhile, is not to mistake form as a weapon of choice to defeat Pakatan. Which is like driving a toothpick into the tree trunk.

Go with the grain of the timber instead, and cut it likewise: the most effective method is when the least effort needs to be used. The Malaysian polity and its political consciousness are a fragmented structure (see GE results table below). Easier, hence, to take Pakatan apart piece by piece through its individual constituent parts.

Once the legacies of Mahathir and Kit Siang are eradicated, peace returns.

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Never again will the DAP lead Chinese to their deaths

In memory of May 13 and 赵明福 Zhao Mingfu

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Every GE is a Malay fight: Distribution of GE14 votes and seats.

  2018 Najib vs Mahathir 2013 Najib vs Anwar 2008 Najib/Dr M vs Anwar
Votes (of 2013, 11.2 million / 2018 12.3 million)
PH 5,781,600 (50%) 5,623,984 (51%) 4,082,411 (48%)
BN/Anti-PH 6,131,985 (with PAS) 5,237,699 3,796,464
Seats (of 222)
PH 121 89 82
BN/Anti-PH 97 133 140

2018 seat total: the remaining 4 are held by independents. Source: Wiki

Tentative conclusions:

  1. Of new 2018 votes (1 million), most Malays chose PAS; that is, race politics is still alive and there was no Malay tsunami favoring Pakatan.
  2. In any Malay vs Malay GE fight, Chinese and Indian votes combined are critical to decide winner.
  3. Contrary to design, gerrymandering worked against BN, badly affecting especially MCA & Gerakan but benefiting instead DAP and PKR. Mahathir’s PPBM 13 seats is 6% of total. DAP went from 36 in 2013 to 42, PKR 30 to 47.
  4. Three-way fights are bad for BN because Umno needs MCA more than it needs Malays who, absent their votes, still won’t swing to Pakatan. They go to PAS, which Pakatan had predicted would get next to zero seats. PPBM 13 plus Amanah 11 total 24 in GE14, just 3 more than the 21 by PAS in 2013.
  5. Mahathir is not the tsunami hero portrayed in Malaysiakini propaganda (also Outsyedthebox); he instead raised the DAP and PKR seat numbers (in marginal constituencies) without bringing in alot more Malay votes.
  6. Pakatan scrapped through with 113 (of 222) seats but, from total popular vote standpoint, it is weaker than 5 years ago.
  7. Electorally, Pakatan post GE14 is sustained by (a) the 8 Sabah seats and (b) Najib Razak’s poor reputation in the peninsula. Without (a) or (b), or both, it is more vulnerable than was Barisan shortly before GE14. Time, though, is on its side — five years to shore up its position before the next GE.

End remarks:

As early as 2014, Anglophile Guan Eng bragged that Pakatan needed only a 2% vote swing in GE14 to net Putrajaya. He got that and now finds himself standing on the other shore where the tsunami came in. And when it turns up again, he and Pakatan won’t just drown; they’ll watch all their entire possessions sweep out into the sea, they’ll repay for what Mahathir et al would be doing the next five years, because the tsunami doesn’t care whether in its path is Guan Eng or Jesus Christ.

A man can do what he wants, but not want what he wants. — Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860)

The more Guan Eng and Pakatan act and do, over the course of time, the more painful it gets when they see all that go out to sea on the next tsunami round. Wuwei, wuwei…. History and Nature are not, you see, linearity even by repetition; they turn up, they surprise you, in cycles. And we Chinese have the patience of a drip, drip, drip, drip, drip, drip, drip… — a force more powerful than any other because it virtually dissolves the stone. That’s a part of Chinese naturalist philosophy Anglophiles can never fathom. Never.

Count your beans, Christian Eng, while you still can.

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What is a Chinese ultra? Jesus Eng isn’t one, of course. Instead, listen to the man below…

By ‘our’ culture, Huan means (Confucian/Daoist) ethical culture — how to properly conduct human relationship, even with the fallen. Culture copied by and as understood by Anglophiles (Syed Akbar Ali, Steven Gan, et al) are cricket clubs, Shakespeare, scones and marmalade, and Mahathir horse riding.

They have no refined ethical culture. Contradictions abound. You find Mahathir treating Najib the way Anwar was treated; their methods and conduct are identical. Reformasi is purely the reformation of power — for the purpose of realigning it. Malaiyoo rights and Anglophile righteousness are settled by power.

Mahathir’s reward for power: Anglophile’s narcissistic culture in humiliating another man. Like barbarian hordes and medieval European mobs, they delight in crushing a man. On the day of his release from jail, Anwar called that delight, ‘euphoria’. In biblical verse: Vengeance is the Lord’s.

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Dear Mr Lim Kit Siang,

Malaysia ‘a model to the world’? Grand words that even Stalin knew how to say.

After which you go on with the yada, yada about ‘independence, efficiency and professionalism’ as if these are classroom behavior matters you carry out by snapping the teacher’s finger. Mr Lim, you don’t even know what it is you are saying.

You talk about ‘national unity and reconciliation’ yet you have the country’s greatest, biggest, most virulent, longest-running divisive power sitting on top of the political pecking order. Make a guess who?

And you have the nerve to patronize us about ‘unity and reconciliation’.

Farther down you add, ‘This is not a time for vengeance and petty-mindedness.’ Have you not been listening to campaign speeches from your party comrades, for example, Nga Kor Ming, Hew Kuan Yau, Hannah Yeoh, and your son Guan Eng? These are on record and I suggest you go back to listen and pay attention, now that you have the time.

“Harapan,” Rais Hussin says, “did not challenge the previous government merely out of sheer caprice, or of wanting to go one up on then-prime minister Najib Abdul Razak.”

Yes, of course, he, you and Mahathir are in it to ‘save Malaysia’.

How to save Malaysia? According to Rais, get ‘triple-A sovereign risk rating’. Sure, even junk bonds are issued triple-A. Do you know nothing about the subprime mortgage crisis? Or, have you learned nothing?

One more thing, Mr Lim, go fuck your mother.

Sincerely,

小弟

Postscript: You want Triple-A? Look up the Americans. Try Goldman Sachs as well – am sure they will help. Or is it that Wong Chen has already done that? You know who is Goldman Sachs, Uncle Kitty?

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