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PAS CONFUSED OR NOT, DAP HAS TO MAKE A STAND BEFORE ELECTION

Posted: 26 Nov 2012 02:30 AM PST

PAS is confused or PAS is trying to exert its presence in the opposition alliance – either way the party has created a real rift in the political co-operation – a rift that may end up with a real split. DAP's Karpal Singh has come out bluntly saying that Hudud should not be extended to non-Muslims and what Kelantan PAS has done has infringe the rights of non-Muslims. Karpal is right in this sense and he is also right if legal action be taken against PAS for encompassing Hudud laws to non-Muslims like in the case currently where non-Muslims hairdressers have to moved out of the state to earn a decent living. For PAS, confused or on purpose (for reasons only Nik Aziz Nik Mat knows), the implementation of Hudud is for all and the party does not seem to care about the implications, particularly the effect on the coming general election. Already the verbal spat between Karpal, who is known to be voicing out the opinions of Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng on the same subject the past few months threatened to split the alliance but of course, DAP cannot afford such things to happen. PAS, despite its fundamentalism, is still a political force to be reckoned with, and DAP knows that. PKR is a weak link in the alliance as the party has no ideology nor philosophy except to champion for Anwar Ibrahim to be the Prime Minister. DAP is also all out for Anwar to be Prime Minister because the party can manipulate him for their own goals and as for Hudud, Anwar to DAP is just not one that is a fundamentalist. In fact, it is clear that Anwar propagates liberalism and pluralism which is what DAP wants – freedom for all including Muslims which faith has been protected by laws and stipulated in the Constitution. Now with PAS insisting on Hudud and theology state and the real example is Kelantan now where non-Muslims find it hard to earn a decent living, DAP may find its goal flying out of the window to 'unseat' Barisan Nasional at federal level. With PAS adamant to implement its fundamentalism approach, DAP is a fixed – if it split, it loses the Malay support and if not split, it is going to bear the brunt of non-Muslims, mainly Chinese who look upon the party as the 'saviour' from the purported 'discrimination' of BN policies. But given the present situation, it is better that DAP split fast and go on its own or with PKR – PAS can be considered as too much a burden because the party has to explain a lot to their supporters about PAS actions. Might as well split up with PAS because PAS will not change…its policies are set, its goals are clear and its actions all along reflect its consistency.

Dong Zong Is Not Anti-Government, They Are Anti-Malay

Posted: 26 Nov 2012 12:56 AM PST

The 1125 Rally, organized by Dong Zong to oppose the National Education Plan was attended by about 7,000 supporters. Chinese newspapers reported an attendance of 10,000. Whatever the real number is, Dong Zong is certainly getting more and more active in demanding for various exclusive rights which is said that it is to defend and improve the level of Chinese education for Chinese. Even though it has been proven that the government has never ignored vernacular schools, Dong Zong still remain unsatisfied when the new education plan focuses on injecting patriotism for students through the national language. For Dong Zong, the addition in time periods for Bahasa Melayu subjects threatens Mandarin language. It seems that Dong Zong still want to ensure that Chinese will never be able to be fluent in our national language and that they would remain separated from our society in this country. Even from their previous demands, it clearly shows that Dong Zong really insist in separating Chinese away from the national aspiration by fighting for examinations which does not follow rules and regulations which has been set by the Education Ministry. It is clear that Dong Zong refuse to obey the government. Despite that, the organization seems really rude when they demanded for the same treatment as regular Sekolah Kebangsaan. Why would the rich keep on asking for things? As usual, the opposition would try to get into the issue to gain bit of benefit through the rally, such as PKR, DAP and even PAS. But the attendance of Kota Kecil MCA Branch Chairman, Tai Foo Him only makes this racist agenda clearer. According to Dong Zong, the organization is not anti-government. Perhaps the statement is quite true. Dong Zong is not anti-government. Instead, they are anti-patriotic only because Malaysian aspiration is based on Malay identity. Dong Zong do not want their children to be all Malaysian like one of our respected leaders, Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye who they think has been 'Malay-ed up'. For the Chinese, being 'Malay-ed up is an insult because it only means that they are obeying to Malay. Their kiasuness do not allow them to listen to no one. Considering that they really look down upon Malays, having Malays as the core government to this country only rages Dong Zong. Thus, Dong Zong want to show the Malays which is the government, that they have more power and that they are the masters of this country. Dong Zong is not interested with our unity, cooperation, tolerance and respect because to them, Chinese should get more than that. With that, Dong Zong is taking full advantage of the coming GE to show their power and to challenge the government. However, we believe, if each of their demands are followed by the government, Dong Zong would still remain unsatisfied, as long as the leadership of this country is in the hands of Malays.

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PAS CONFUSED OR NOT, DAP HAS TO MAKE A STAND BEFORE ELECTION

Posted: 26 Nov 2012 02:30 AM PST

PAS is confused or PAS is trying to exert its presence in the opposition alliance – either way the party has created a real rift in the political co-operation – a rift that may end up with a real split. DAP's Karpal Singh has come out bluntly saying that Hudud should not be extended to non-Muslims and what Kelantan PAS has done has infringe the rights of non-Muslims. Karpal is right in this sense and he is also right if legal action be taken against PAS for encompassing Hudud laws to non-Muslims like in the case currently where non-Muslims hairdressers have to moved out of the state to earn a decent living. For PAS, confused or on purpose (for reasons only Nik Aziz Nik Mat knows), the implementation of Hudud is for all and the party does not seem to care about the implications, particularly the effect on the coming general election. Already the verbal spat between Karpal, who is known to be voicing out the opinions of Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng on the same subject the past few months threatened to split the alliance but of course, DAP cannot afford such things to happen. PAS, despite its fundamentalism, is still a political force to be reckoned with, and DAP knows that. PKR is a weak link in the alliance as the party has no ideology nor philosophy except to champion for Anwar Ibrahim to be the Prime Minister. DAP is also all out for Anwar to be Prime Minister because the party can manipulate him for their own goals and as for Hudud, Anwar to DAP is just not one that is a fundamentalist. In fact, it is clear that Anwar propagates liberalism and pluralism which is what DAP wants – freedom for all including Muslims which faith has been protected by laws and stipulated in the Constitution. Now with PAS insisting on Hudud and theology state and the real example is Kelantan now where non-Muslims find it hard to earn a decent living, DAP may find its goal flying out of the window to 'unseat' Barisan Nasional at federal level. With PAS adamant to implement its fundamentalism approach, DAP is a fixed – if it split, it loses the Malay support and if not split, it is going to bear the brunt of non-Muslims, mainly Chinese who look upon the party as the 'saviour' from the purported 'discrimination' of BN policies. But given the present situation, it is better that DAP split fast and go on its own or with PKR – PAS can be considered as too much a burden because the party has to explain a lot to their supporters about PAS actions. Might as well split up with PAS because PAS will not change…its policies are set, its goals are clear and its actions all along reflect its consistency.

Dong Zong Is Not Anti-Government, They Are Anti-Malay

Posted: 26 Nov 2012 12:56 AM PST

The 1125 Rally, organized by Dong Zong to oppose the National Education Plan was attended by about 7,000 supporters. Chinese newspapers reported an attendance of 10,000. Whatever the real number is, Dong Zong is certainly getting more and more active in demanding for various exclusive rights which is said that it is to defend and improve the level of Chinese education for Chinese. Even though it has been proven that the government has never ignored vernacular schools, Dong Zong still remain unsatisfied when the new education plan focuses on injecting patriotism for students through the national language. For Dong Zong, the addition in time periods for Bahasa Melayu subjects threatens Mandarin language. It seems that Dong Zong still want to ensure that Chinese will never be able to be fluent in our national language and that they would remain separated from our society in this country. Even from their previous demands, it clearly shows that Dong Zong really insist in separating Chinese away from the national aspiration by fighting for examinations which does not follow rules and regulations which has been set by the Education Ministry. It is clear that Dong Zong refuse to obey the government. Despite that, the organization seems really rude when they demanded for the same treatment as regular Sekolah Kebangsaan. Why would the rich keep on asking for things? As usual, the opposition would try to get into the issue to gain bit of benefit through the rally, such as PKR, DAP and even PAS. But the attendance of Kota Kecil MCA Branch Chairman, Tai Foo Him only makes this racist agenda clearer. According to Dong Zong, the organization is not anti-government. Perhaps the statement is quite true. Dong Zong is not anti-government. Instead, they are anti-patriotic only because Malaysian aspiration is based on Malay identity. Dong Zong do not want their children to be all Malaysian like one of our respected leaders, Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye who they think has been 'Malay-ed up'. For the Chinese, being 'Malay-ed up is an insult because it only means that they are obeying to Malay. Their kiasuness do not allow them to listen to no one. Considering that they really look down upon Malays, having Malays as the core government to this country only rages Dong Zong. Thus, Dong Zong want to show the Malays which is the government, that they have more power and that they are the masters of this country. Dong Zong is not interested with our unity, cooperation, tolerance and respect because to them, Chinese should get more than that. With that, Dong Zong is taking full advantage of the coming GE to show their power and to challenge the government. However, we believe, if each of their demands are followed by the government, Dong Zong would still remain unsatisfied, as long as the leadership of this country is in the hands of Malays.

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