Thursday, December 18, 2014

Err... Push comes to shove?...I don't think so!!

Its easy to crticise on the sideline but not that easy to steer a country inhabite by people with mental illness and dodgy private life!
I will be bold enough to say the members of Eminent person as suffering from mental illness! Go get treated!


I read with keen interest Helen Ang's blog about which will eventually rule the country after the next general ...Umno or DAP!?  I believe what she meant to say was....which race will rule the country after the next general elections? Malay or Chinese?!
Well, statistically it is nigh impossible for other than the ethnic Malays having the dominance over helming and running of the country since they are the majority.
The Malays have a saying that says "indah khabar dari rupa" losely translated the gloom and doom are actually much worse than the real scenario.
Its not all that bad but unless you  listen to bleeding heart liberals like Marina Mahathir, or recently the so-called Eminent 25, in reference to a group of stuffed-up Malays, Mamaks and some Indians, who became who they are today because of their association with the "Malay" government.
Apart from the occasional claptrap coming out of Marina Mahathir's mouth and from the self appointed Eminent 25, and may be from worn out and tired former finance minster.
The reclusive former finance minister who allegedly became rich because he used his position to amass fortune, and from a half-breed newspaper person who wants very much to be a Malay and who became what he is today if not for the government.
And and ex-newsmen who who became rich because Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim made them so.
Today, these bunch of old and slighted far right-wing Malay conservative people, who are out of touch with the stark reality, are saying the prime minister Najib Razak should step down.
For all intents and purposes these ingrates thought Najib can be easily bullied.
A good example is a crooked bridge to link Malaysia and Singapore that is not needed and yet Najib is "forced" to re-think about resurrecting this ridiculous plan, just so to not bruise an ego of a former prime minister.
And countless letters sent to Najib from former senior disgruntled cabinet ministers asking the prime minster to help with certain projects  and concession.
To all of these, Najib said "NO!"
(BTW no one is attacking a former prime minister for being a patron of a perceived racist organisation Perkasa.  I do not see the Star Won g Chun Wai condemning Mahathir for being associated with a racist org.)
When the perceived racist Perkasa deputy president, and Datuk Rashid attacked the prime minster asking Najib to step down the Star newspaper did not defend Najib and teh government the paper was as meek as a church mouse. Rashid was a former civil servant who got his pension, low interest loan from the government and possibly a piece of cheap land in a choicest area of the city.
Back to Eminent 25 I know most of them by reputation.  They love to be invited to embassy functions, and here they will impress their hosts with their perceived "impeccable" English. Some love their single malt and wine.  And most would wish to have live in New York or any western countries but not Malaysia . They are better referred to as Eminent Bleeding Heart Liberals 25 +.
I think, back to push comes to shove, the Malays know that Malaysia under a Chinese chauvinist rules is not to their best interest.
I implore to all of  you majority level minded Malays to give your support to Najib and Umno and BN.  You do know under the chauvinist Chinese rules all Malay rights and privileges will be snatched away.
YOU WILL LOSE RIGHTS UNDER THE DAP as simple as that!

16 comments:

feisal eusoff Leow said...

Likewise, I was going through the article by Helen Ang and felt that it is highly unprovable of the evangelist to take or wrest control of Putrajaya. They may have a bigger margin of seats but total control? Would the Malays allow it when push comes to shovel.

On the "Eminent 25" could agree more with your take on them. Everyone wants to be a hero!!!

feisal eusoff Leow said...

Likewise, I was going through the article by Helen Ang and felt that it is highly unprovable of the evangelist to take or wrest control of Putrajaya. They may have a bigger margin of seats but total control? Would the Malays allow it when push comes to shovel.

On the "Eminent 25" could agree more with your take on them. Everyone wants to be a hero!!!

Anonymous said...

najib says NO to the group of 25...and they wrote the letter because of that? Is it really that simplistic? and putting them down with terms like "impeccable English", "love their single malt and wine"---does that equate them of being unworthy and incapable of saying things which should have been said earlier? YOu are the one out of touch with stark reality.
But I thank you sir for publishing this on your blog, and I respect your right to express your opinion, but it has to done intelligently.

sri hartamas

Pasquale said...

Anonymous 11.24PM,

Yes as simplistic as that, the Eminent 25 + suddenly want to be a saviour when their world is threatened, business stopped, as I said its easier to criticise than to govern.

azid barja said...

Actually this eminent 25, the lost SIS, the PASMA, DAPigs' chauvanistics, Alvin, Ali, Evangelists strong movement lately etc r the reason Perkasa, ISMA, PAS's hudud, angry Sultans and general rise of Islamization happen today. The more ultra the other side is, the stronger the opposite will become. One day something will just break the camel's back. I think it will be soon.

Anonymous said...

no need to bodek habis. mahathir ego? come on. you know better. dont write rubbish.

Anonymous said...

All just talk. Nobody can provide a better perspective to all that happened. Perhaps, a voice of wisdom

Anonymous said...

I agree with azid barja.. and i also agree that under chinese rule, malays will be second class citizen.
However, i am of the opinion that what we need now is leaders who serve in the name of Allah. Sure, they can have their 'upah' but not in billions. Do we have that kind of leaders now??

Anonymous said...

Honestly people and the author mainly, I hope you don't represent how most fair minded and decent Malay people think. Cos all I have been hearing lately is about how Malay sensitivities have been trampled on by the Christians and the Chinese etc.Take a look with both eyes open, travel a bit to developed countries, and please start learning about true democracy as practices by these countries, where every person is given the right to express his/her opinion. Islam is not under attack by the imaginary enemies conjured up by the govt. The Malays actually have a massive advantage over the other races due to affirmative actions, which can be perceived as blatant racism. If anything, it's the others who should have a massive gripe over what's happening. So (to the vocal minority, I'm sure), enjoy your privileges and try not to incite hate and disunity because you don't want the brightest and most hard working people to take their skills offshore.

Anonymous said...

Hypocrisy of the highest orders and Orangx yang tidak tahu bersyukur dan berterima kasih.Semoga merekax ini dipertunjukkan ALLAH

Anonymous said...

This G25 think that they are new messenger..That's why they choose no.25. What the huk..for this so called warge emas silver moustache senile Malay omputih wannabe.Yes omputih wannabe,your word for extremist meaning is much more same like like your colonial slave thinking mind.
Lastly for the fella which wear half cover scarve,better you wear it properly..because you look idiot.Btw..rumours said,Rasul Kahar want to joint your group as 99th member.

thenewteadrinker said...

I love it when people talk about rights, entitlements and privileges.

Why?

Because when they go out of Malaysia to look for jobs, projects, investments etc, they will fall flat on their faces.

Ergo, less competition for the rest of us!

So, please do carry on living in cloud cuckooland.

And let the rest of us engage with the outside world with its warts and all.

Anonymous said...

The principle of leadership has been through the centuries has been that to gain power you must begin from the extreme left of the extreme right. Then once you are in power you slowly unbeknown to your supporters who got you there you mover either to the right of centre or left of centre depending on from where you came. Very few moderated have made it to the top. Thus, I am a bit puzzled as to what the Eminent Group of 25 have in mind.

Mustapha Ong said...

As a former colleague to some of the E25 Malays, I do support their course to make Malaysia a better place n country for all of us and our children ,etc. this group of E25 are those very senior civil servants, and some of Ambassadorial level..I have high regard and deep respect for their sincerity and genuine concern for this country.! Although they are not God..I still remembered the open statement made by atas Razali Ismail..."If you are not God, please don't act like God with absolute authority"

As the writer has rightly mentioned, we should throw our support behind DS Najib, although many out there are deadly against him for their own selfish reasons from many perspective. Only people like us and the E25 will voice our personal opinion in tackling our national issues and problems without any fear or favour!

It would be nice if Anwar could also express his comments re the sudden emergence of the third force...Brother Anwar we know you very well..please do say something but do not politicise this issue to gain popularity as well as sympathy..we do have empathy for you too, knowing your ongoing political problems!

Anonymous said...

In many Third World Countries the thinking is that if you keep snakes in your backyard it will only bite the children of your neighbour and not yours. An adaptation of a quote from H. Clinton when she was Secretary of State.

Anonymous said...

Please leave YB Anwar out of this.