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Friday, September 17, 2010

Do we fear Perkasa?

I refer to a post at Rocky's Bru titled "The irrational fear of Perkasa".

Perkasa.

What does that name evoke? Fear? Unlikely.

To me and many others, that name is almost comical and tragic at the same time, quite in the same mould as Roberto Benigni's "Life is beautiful," only that the later was poignant and sorrowful, rather than tragic.

Perkasa is comical in the way it - through its leader, Dato' Ibrahim Ali and its various extras whose names I do not even care to remember - went around calling people who do not agree with its views names. YB Khairy Jamaludin knows about this well. Minister Nazri also knows about this very well.

Whenever Perkasa's views are opposed or critisised, Perkasa has been unable to counter such  oppositions or critics. When Perkasa cannot rebut another's opinion, what would it do? Yes. It will attack the person who expresses the opinion rather than the opinion itself.

And so, Khairy Jamaludin was a “stupid”, “crazy”, “feeble-minded” and a “confused child”. according to Dato' Ibrahim Ali. And not to mention, also "mentally ill."

Just look at one full sentence by Dato' Ibrahim Ali about YB Khairy:-

“This is the talk of a stupid, brainless person. He is talking like a crazy person."  (source is here.)

Then, who would forget the "shit, shit, shit" Al-Jazeera interview? In full view of international audience, Perkasa's real ugly, uncouth, unrefined and even uncivilised nature reveal itself. It is comical.

And it is tragic. It is tragic because the international community may think - and I am sure they do think - that Malaysians in general are as uncouth as these Perkasa creatures. And that my friends, is a insult to Malaysia and to all Malaysians.

It is also an insult to the Prime Minister, because as I am told, the Prime Minister has a voracious appetite for knowledge and is an avid reader. And what an insult would be to the Prime Minister if the international community thinks that Malaysians are generally uncouth because of that Al-Jazeera interview with Dato' Ibrahim Ali.

Ah, let's not forget about all the police report.

That Perkasa is only able to shout and scream slogans and misleading statements about rights which do not exist is exemplified by its inability to accept YB Nurul Izaah's polite, but firm, invitation to debate on the purview of Article 153 of the Federal Constitution.

Perkasa's response - and no less than Minister Sharizat's response (I am addressing her as a Minister in a loose sense) - to YB Nurul Izzah's clear articulation on the subject matter was taken right from the 1st line of the 1st Chapter of Dr Mahathir's guidelines to a  discourse, namely, twist and hijack the issue.

This they did by saying YB Nurul Izzah had "challenged" article 153. When in fact she did nothing of that sorts.

By twisting - and thereby, hijacking - the real issue, they hoped to make YB Nurul looked bad. To challenge article 153 would make YB Nurul anti-Malay "rights" and therefore anti-Malay. How convenient.

This tactic has been employed so many times. Ustaz Asri, the former Perlis mufti, of course, is branded as a "Wahabbi" and therefore anti-Islam. Zaid Ibrahim is of course an "alcoholic" and therefore is unfit. Haris Ibrahim is a "liberal-secularist" and therefore he is also anti-Malay, anti-Islam and anti-whatever.

What YB Nurul was trying to do was to set out the REAL provision of article 153. She never challenged it. To challenge it would mean she was asking that that article ought to be repealed or amended. But she was not doing that.

Since she challenged article 153, according to these real smart people, she has committed an offence. The standard offence nowadays is of course the dreaded "S" offence. No, it's not sodomy. It is sedition.

And so Perkasa had to lodge a police report against YB Nurul. And then they would take pictures of themselves while holding the police report.

That's the standard operating procedure.

The new IGP should come down hard on this kind of police report. It wastes the police's time and the tax payers' money. The police has many other more important things to do. Like investigating murders, corruptions, breach of trusts, drug trafficking and taking care of the traffic during this festivity. Not to spend time on all these totally moronic police reports.

But then again, that's Perkasa. Nothing more and nothing less.

And now, YB KJ, Minister Nazri, Minister Khalid and Datuk Tengku Adnan, the secretary general of UMNO have come out to distance UMNO from Perkasa. These are big people. Not some cikus from UMNO. Can we take it then that UMNO now does not want to be associated with - and is not associated with - Perkasa?

I think we can make that conclusion.

Well at least I will make that conclusion, personally.

The Prime Minister wants change. He wants to transform Malaysia and the Malays in general. He wants the Malays to stop being spoon fed and promote meritocracy. Of course he is not doing away with affirmative actions just yet, because he recognises the needs for such actions.

However, I believe the Prime Minister wants to change the way the affirmative actions are being implemented. He wants to introduce a semblance of accountability to it. A certain level of defined methodology which is rooted in meritocracy to it.

But I also believe he is facing a revolt from within his own party about what he wants to do, particularly the was he wants to redefine the affirmative actions and its methodology. Sometime, the perception is, even his own deputy is against him on this.

And of course we have Dr Mahathir Mohamad who is dead against the Prime Minister's well intent moves. And Perkasa - like Dr Mahathir - is also dead against it. in fact, personally, it is my perception that Perkasa is just echoing Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

No, not echoing. But parroting him. Yes, that's more apt.

So, it is high time that UMNO, as a party, puts a stop to this insidious counter-movements against its own President, who happens to be our Prime Minister. He needs full support of UMNO for this much needed - if a bit radical to the Malays - change which he intends to introduce. And he also needs support from the BN component parties.

These supports are not forthcoming. MCA is too lame to do anything. MIC is mired in internal problems. AS for the others, I do not even know their names to begin with.

The statements by YB KJ and gang wouldn't have come at a better time for the Prime  Minister.

However, I note with a bit of puzzlement, that no such statement has been forthcoming from the likes of Minister Hishamuddin; Minister Shafie Afdal, the Wanita Wing chief, Minister Rais and other top leaders of UMNO.

And so it makes me wonder what UMNO's official stand on Perkasa is.

But one thing is clear.

To many, Perkasa is not feared. Let alone irrationally feared.

What is feared is what Perkasa and its ilk represent.

And I don't think there is any need for me to spell out what they represent.

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Najib said UMNO should distance itself from Perkasa but he also said UMNO had nothing against Perkasa.

What does he mean?

kang said...

The journey to revive the economy will be an uphill tasks, even the PM dare to implement any change to its policies.

The barking magpies only know how to dance the Rumba even the Foxtrot musics were played.Nothing new, except their "Ketuanan Yang Ketinggalan Zaman"

pinsysu said...

empress dowager cixi TDM controlling emperor puyi ibrahim ali hoping to maintain control over umno_bn with its soon-to-be-crumpling empire ... perkasa the catalyst to UMNO-BN's downfall it is ... divine intervention.

Anonymous said...

Dear Art,

Though I always think that ISA is a necessary evil (ONLY IF it is not abused), I am against using it politically or foolishly to protect innocent people.

However, I think ISA should be used on this st*pid moron shitting president of perkasa who stirred up hatred amongst peace loving Malaysian. Anyone tell me why no action is taken against his st*pid moron shitting president of perkasa???

abdullah37 said...

Najib and Ibrahim Ali were entertaining themselves and were seen in a photograph standing close together laughing and giggling away. Now, he is asking umnoputras to stay away from that good for nothing. Confusing incredible is to say the least.

Tiger said...

I feel nothing but pity for Perkasa.
A waste of effort, time and money.
An organisation formed against a non-existent threat.
Well, if their members (less than 0.1% of the Malay population) wants to waste their time, let them be.
We'll focus on improving the nation and the economy under our PM.

Anonymous said...

Feared? A resolute No! Embarrassing? Yes, perhaps. But believe me you, there are a number of high-profile twits, either actively backing or clinging on to Perkasa, hoping to make a killing while they are at it.

What motive could MM have to behave like a back-slidden political clansman, when it was he who had often lamented the need for greater cohesion and collaboration among the various races - a major thrust of his reformist 2020 visions. As if no one could see through his false pretences and his cynical attitude towards fair-play and equality. And, believe me you, this is not Ibrahim's plot.

Is it not even remotely conceivable, that a creature of Ibrahim's stature, could create such ruckus and draw so much attention to a cause that is grounded in nothing but the insidious and perverse abuse of all norms of human decency? He, as brainless and tactless as he is, surely, cannot be expected to be more than a brazen and callous idiot doing the bidding, and, fronting the diabolical schemes of his benefactors.

So what if he were to be despised, shunned and treated like a scum by those of average intelligence? Is it not after all a mere declaration of his true nature - a social pariah who takes great delight in the attention he receives, notwithstanding, if it brings disgust and infamy to him and all those close to him. He has no shame. So, what else is there for him to lose? Scapegoat, maybe? Nay! He volunteered for the part.

What baffles me most and, makes me suspect that there is a darker side to Perkasa, is the constant attention he receives from certain quarters and the amusingly generous labels he draws for his erratic, childish and irrational displays – imagine being called fire-brand, outspoken, fiery! Being as daft and dumb as he is, given such labels, coupled with the publicity his under-developed and puerile form of politics draws, must, surely, invoke in him some degree of self-importance and gloating as to his new-found public image.

One wonders. if this could only happen in a country like ours, where, a certified imbecile, gets liberal media coverage for even the most absurd and crude of all utterances. Any other civilized society would have rejected him outright and spared no haste in isolating his nonsense from the midst of others.

MM and a host of other radicals should have been given the same treatment. Remove them from the grand-stand once and for all and spare the public from their insanity; the revulsion and the disturbing uneasiness that visits us each time they make known their putrid logic on any matter that concerns the well-being of all citizens of this country.

You are right, Art. I have, quite often been embarrassed, even by the juvenile outbursts of MM, when addressing international forums, especially in his desperate attempts to defend and justify his approach to his domestic policies, when he himself must have realized how hollow, indefensible and absurd his arguments may have been; a manifestation of his utter disregard for all that is just and fair and his morbid obsession of the West. Certainly, he does not speak for all Malaysians and, surely, the majority of us are not hare-brained paranoids given to condemning all things West. But, he never relented, as degrading and void of rationality his conduct was. And, this is, after all, the tyranny of a feudalistic hold on power. While, one may hope, that national perceptions would change, with change itself, but, what hope is there, when politics in this country has been reduced to a circus of hereditary successions.

Anonymous said...

Feared? A resolute No! Embarrassing? Yes, perhaps. But believe me you, there are a number of high-profile twits, either actively backing or clinging on to Perkasa, hoping to make a killing while they are at it.

What motive could MM have to behave like a back-slidden political clansman, when it was he who had often lamented the need for greater cohesion and collaboration among the various races - a major thrust of his reformist 2020 visions. As if no one could see through his false pretences and his cynical attitude towards fair-play and equality. And, believe me you, this is not Ibrahim's plot.

Is it not even remotely conceivable, that a creature of Ibrahim's stature, could create such ruckus and draw so much attention to a cause that is grounded in nothing but the insidious and perverse abuse of all norms of human decency? He, as brainless and tactless as he is, surely, cannot be expected to be more than a brazen and callous idiot doing the bidding, and, fronting the diabolical schemes of his benefactors.

So what if he were to be despised, shunned and treated like a scum by those of average intelligence? Is it not after all a mere declaration of his true nature - a social pariah who takes great delight in the attention he receives, notwithstanding, if it brings disgust and infamy to him and all those close to him. He has no shame. So, what else is there for him to lose? Scapegoat, maybe? Nay! He volunteered for the part.

What baffles me most and, makes me suspect that there is a darker side to Perkasa, is the constant attention he receives from certain quarters and the amusingly generous labels he draws for his erratic, childish and irrational displays – imagine being called fire-brand, outspoken, fiery! Being as daft and dumb as he is, given such labels, coupled with the publicity his under-developed and puerile form of politics draws, must, surely, invoke in him some degree of self-importance and gloating as to his new-found public image.

One wonders. if this could only happen in a country like ours, where, a certified imbecile, gets liberal media coverage for even the most absurd and crude of all utterances. Any other civilized society would have rejected him outright and spared no haste in isolating his nonsense from the midst of others.

MM and a host of other radicals should have been given the same treatment. Remove them from the grand-stand once and for all and spare the public from their insanity; the revulsion and the disturbing uneasiness that visits us each time they make known their putrid logic on any matter that concerns the well-being of all citizens of this country.

You are right, Art. I have, quite often been embarrassed, even by the juvenile outbursts of MM, when addressing international forums, especially in his desperate attempts to defend and justify his approach to his domestic policies, when he himself must have realized how hollow, indefensible and absurd his arguments may have been; a manifestation of his utter disregard for all that is just and fair and his morbid obsession of the West. Certainly, he does not speak for all Malaysians and, surely, the majority of us are not hare-brained paranoids given to condemning all things West. But, he never relented, as degrading and void of rationality his conduct was. And, this is, after all, the tyranny of a feudalistic hold on power. While, one may hope, that national perceptions would change, with change itself, but, what hope is there, when politics in this country has been reduced to a circus of hereditary successions.

PahNur said...

Perkasa is a misnomer, like white chocolate (which has no content of chocolate at all in it by the way). There is nothing strong/perkasa about people who think that one race is better than the other and that it is their birth right to be served till they die. Strength comes from the ability of human being to recognize, acknowledge and practice humanity and humanity does not comprise of only one race.

Perkasa is a by product of prolonged abused NEP ; the people who saw NEP as a feeding program, not a program to learn how to fish, but how to be eternally fed with fish without even possessing a fishing rod, as though it is one's birth right, and the authorities who let this go on because they needed poverty not to go away too early, so that they too can make full use of NEP. Who created Perkasa then?
Just like Rowan Atkinson created Mr Bean, UMNO created Perkasa.....whether they realize it or not...

If one is used to being served on a silver platter, you think he would give that up without a fight?

telur dua said...

However, I note with a bit of puzzlement, that no such statement has been forthcoming from the likes of Minister Hishamuddin; Minister Shafie Afdal, the Wanita Wing chief, Minister Rais and other top leaders of UMNO-
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They are waiting for the cue. Mention the word traitor and they will immediately join in the chorus and sing like a.............parrot.

Anonymous said...

Najib should be bold enough to bell the cat by taking-on the Patron Saint[read TDM]if he wants to be taken seriously. In this way he will also flush out Muhiyuddin and his closet supporters.

Come on Najib...show us you are truly a transformational leader!

Anonymous said...

well well well

so if everyone else is a nincompoop, i guess it's up to artie fartie to set the right direction

what a wimp!

art harun said...

Dear Anon @ 18th Sept 16:50,

You said :

Quote:well well well

so if everyone else is a nincompoop, i guess it's up to artie fartie to set the right direction

what a wimp!": end quote

And I had said in my article:


Quote: "Whenever Perkasa's views are opposed or critisised, Perkasa has been unable to counter such oppositions or critics. When Perkasa cannot rebut another's opinion, what would it do? Yes. It will attack the person who expresses the opinion rather than the opinion itself.": end quote

Thank you for proving me right. :)

LOL!

Anonymous said...

Ibrahim Ali. Abraham Foxman. Standing side by side, they are "abang-adik" lost in translation

pakpandir said...

read my 2 cent worth @ rockys crap.... well done, these beruks ie Perkosa should stand for election... then we'll see if they have support,,,,

shalom

fong said...

"Racial polarisation in the country is not caused by the country's vernacular school system but more by the government political, education and economic discriminative policies." - an educationist said today.

The prime minister and all the Umno ministers will never admit that polarisation arises more out of the race-based policies and privileges one race gets over another.

Similarly, there are other areas of our daily lives where terminologies used have made us view certain practices as privileges rather than sacrifices. For instance, the bumi discount for houses.

The total sale value to the developer is still the same. It is just that the non-malay buyer is likely to be required to pay for some of the discount given to the malays.

But the longer the NEP policies continue and the greater the vehemence with which Umno politicians issue threats, terminologies will change and more people will talk about these practices or policies in words that may not sound as pleasing to the ears of the beneficiaries.

Obviously, at that point we shall probably see a new round of discriminations and disagreements. Unfortunately, as long as only weak people take on leadership roles within Umno, threats will continue, NEP policies will be sustained and corruption will prevail.

That unfortunately is the legacy we have as Malaysians.

The basic building blocks of unity, whether you are uniting different ethnic groups in a country or trying to re-engineer a corporation of differing cultural values, are the same.

The principal parties have to be treated as equals - nor special privileges no favours that would favour one group over another. Any privilege that is given should be given to all on the same basis - for example, special privilege given to the financially poor regardless of race or ethnic origin.

It is only on this equitable footing that you can foster true nationalism and build lasting unity, since each component group will have the same stake in the nation and has equal likelihood in reaping the rewards or suffering the consequences.

My recommendation to the government, not simply as a businessman but also based on pragmatism, is not to waste any more taxpayer ringgit on nationalism programmes until it has established the pre-conditions for its success.

What is sad is that, after almost five decades of independence, we have been unable in Malaysia, to bring globally-vision leaders to the forefront - leaders who can see beyond racial boundaries to recognise the immense sociological and economic potential that can benefit all Malaysians.

jodie said...

Is the language diversity in our educational system a stumbling block to so-called 'national unity'? Despite the insistence of this idea by the self-interested ruling elite, it is simply wrong.

And the common use of English did not stop Americans from fighting Britons in the War of Independence. And let us not forget the American Civil War - both sides spoke English.

And to the contrary, we see Europeans of different mother tongues coming together in a democratic manner to forge a united continent in the form of the multilingual European Union with common standards of human rights, governance and democracy.

English-speaking people with different mother tongues are also now living peacefully in five different sovereign and independent countries namely the United States, Canada, Britain, Australia and New Zealand.

It is time for the Malaysia ruling elite and their ideologues to stop spreading the voodoo of that language diversity hampers national unity.

The root cause of national disunity is none other than the existence of race-based political parties like Umno, MIC and MCA, which perpetuate race-based affirmative action policies and which only benefit the upper class BN gangs and their sons, daughters and cronies.

romsam said...

My school in the 50s and 60s when terms like bumis and non-bumis did not exist.

Back then, there was a kind of kindred among school children then that does not exist today. We were racially different but we were all equal in every other way. Nobody was - special.

Today when a non-malay student goes to school, he has already been told over and over again by his parents that, "You will have to do superlatively in order to get into a local university."

The child comes back having done creditably well, and doesn't get the university course of his choice. But his malay classmate, with worse marks than him, gets more than he asked for.

All these double standards and retrogressive policies were put in place by our selfish politicians whose aim, rather than uplifting the malays, was to perpetually stay in power for their own good.

The end result is a new generation of Malaysians who are not united in the least.

The first thing to be done towards a real Bangsa Malaysia is to pull down all divisions that categorise us along racial and religious lines.

All, irrespective of race and religion, must be subjected to a truly merit-based system in every sphere of Malaysian life.

All political parties that exploit any form of religion should be banned.

aston said...

The issue of vernacular primary schools has little to do with national integration. The medium of instruction doesn't matter. The biggest issue of vernacular primary schools is simply that the quality clearly points to the failure of Umno-led BN government, the legitimacy of the very philosophies and policies particularly its hegemonistic malay agenda.

If the vernacular primary schools are allowed to expand, clearly the percentage of malays in these Chinese primary schools would expand striking at the heart of the malay agenda. It would increase integration but not the malay agenda.

There is no proof that different medium of instruction decrease national unity. What would decrease national integration would be if they thought different philosophy - and for example - religion based schools. Even military schools have been shown to breed disintegration of its students from the larger population.

The idea of teaching Mandarin and Tamil to attract non-malays to national schools is a non-starter. Firstly, again the medium of instruction is a low low issue compared to the quality of education, secondly, there is already a severe shortage of Mandarin and Tamil teachers that national schools would never be able to do even a half-past-six job of it.

Thirdly, so long as Islamization of national schools is not stopped in its tracks, non-malays would always avoid it, simply because learning is just harder in a marginalized uncomfortable environment.

Vernacular schools are allowed to continue as it is simply because removing it would be perceived and rightly so, as eroding the citizen rights of non-malays, i.e. the very right of education - the only upward mobility tool the non-malays has. Non-malays second class citizenship will become third class with things like further Islamization of this country.

The issue of vernacular schools is not about national integration, it is about hegemonistic malay agenda. The fact it is an issue points to heart of our national problem.

kok said...

The truth is that the ability of education to bring people together is limited. On top of that, education - at least secular one - is about the pursuit of knowledge and truth, and hence whatever is taught in schools should be based on the reality and truth in order to unite the students.

But when our society is already polarised by the law and other economic realities, and we tell our children otherwise in school, its likely that the unity lessons will never stick for long or even worse result in a backlash.

What is more distressing is the fact that national education policy is only meant for the masses while our political leaders send their children overseas. Can we believe they have faith in our own educational facilities and that they are sincere in wanting the best for us?

In Malaysia, unfairness is institutionalised. For example, it is alright for certain schools or universities like the Universiti Institut Teknologi Mara to bar non-malays.

So it piques me to hear some blaming vernacular schools for racial tensions. Vernacular schools have never barred malays from enrolling into them unlike Mara educational institutions. If vernacular schools are to be blamed, so too must the Mara institutions.

A minister responsible for higher education who can make such inflammatory statements confirms that the so-called meritocracy system of university entrance is a sham, since he is able to promise that the percentage for malay applicants will never fall below the previous quota percentage.

Is he suggesting that we should rejoice over our poor education? Please do not confuse quality with quantity.

I cannot help but think that the politicians have an ulterior motive. If so, please be honest and brave enough to admit it.

With such narrow-minded people in charge, it is difficult to have confidence in any of their suggestions.

When it came to choosing a career, I avoided public services for the fear of being excluded from promotions just like how I was excluded from matriculation etc. Many employers are also very racially defined.

Now, as much as I miss hanging out with people of other races, I end up being with people of my own race.

Looking back, I don't think our primary vernacular system is the cause of disunity. On the contrary, it enriches our Malaysia heritage. The real problems are with the uneven playing fields that split malays and non-malays from secondary school onwards.

Another examples are the Chinese Indonesians. Most of them don't even speak their mother tongue, nor do they even carry Chinese names anymore, yet come any major political turmoil, they are targeted by the majority. Is this due to vernacular education?

The government should be aware of the fact that the number of Chinese schools has not increased over the past 30 years despite the need for them due to increased demand from both Chinese and non-Chinese students.

The diversity of education methods in the country is a national treasure and should be upheld. Unity will come from mutual respect and fair treatment for all - not necessarily from a uniform education.

Whether they will take concrete steps to address the imbalance is another matter for, while I am optimistic about the people of Malaysia, I have very little faith in politicians.

ajoyly said...

Citizens will only love their country when the government love them first. It means, when the government treat the people fairly and equally irrespective of race or religion - without discrimination. Then they ( the people ) will be patriotic and loyal to their nation.

And unity will come without any effort at all.

It is so simple yet so difficult to translate into action.

Can the Malaysian Government do it? Can Malaysians of every race and religion do the same?

Yes they can. It is only a question of determination and goodwill.

Salambangi said...

Dear Tarzan

Perkasa is not about Ibrahim Ali. he's the worst form of katak and a master opportunist.YB KJ is a greatest Oxford liar. He dreams of becoming the PM whatever the cost. He's the payung terjung man lacking in grass root support. Nazri is still a loyal dog taking care of his periuk nasi. I would suggest that he joins PKR or Gerakan. He does not deserve to be an UMNO member. Anyway he's on the way out.

Perkasa is actually a natural reaction to unnecessary and excessive demands beyond that threshold made by some Malaysians sometimes in the form of Hindraf, the extremely racist suqui group or the porno actor playing racial cards trying to to take away some of the crutches needed by the Malays to succeed.

UMNo is beset with corruption despite trying to redeem itself.UMno is losing out trying to appease the Non Malays and subsequently now lacking in the Malay support.The Malays need a place to hang on to protect them.That's where PERKASA comes in. But I do not believe in Ketuanan Melayu.iT'S OUTDATED. We can exist together in a nation but please respect the social contract at least as a temporary measure until the Malays are ready to compete at a level playing field.

I agree with Kok and others that adding some Chinese teachers to the National schools would never tempt the non Malays to enrol their children. For that matter how good the Malay schools are they would still send them to their to their Chinese schoolS. No point pleasing them for the upcoming elections. They would still vote the opposition no matter what is done.Their model is Singapore and they refuse to recognize history and the social contract.But we need to help the non-Malays if they need help in all the areas.But please do deny the Malays the help and take what is there for them.

Anonymous said...

To Ajoyly and the likes of him:

You should be embarassed of yourself. You are the kind of people that i despise. Why dont you show your love, loyalty and commitment to this country before you demand equality from a land which is an alien to your forefathers??
This country dont owe you anything.
How could you ask the country to give you everything before you can show your loyalty??
Ask what not the country can do for you, but what YOU can do for the country!
Show your loyalty first, then perhaps the other races here will trust your race. And will not have a sinking feeling that this particular race is just there to collect as much wealth and do not give a rats ass on what is happening and will befall this blessed land.
Shout your understanding on rukun negara and show it (that is the pillars of the country dude), then open your mouth and demand things.
You want equality? I can list down hundreds of things you should do to show your sincere love and support for Malaysia. Then we can talk.
Namitha

Anonymous said...

do we fear Pekida !?

baDboyzs said...

What is not puzzling and fits in nicely with the known fact that our present PM is such a lame duck from his blackest of closets that trajedies and hypocrisies kike this Perkasa are proliferating like a nuclear bomb

Anonymous said...

mr art, a good article.

but to have KJ in it, a totally turn off.