Monday, October 11, 2010

Najib & 1Malaysia

Pendatang? No! They are loyal citizens, says Najib!

Cakap serupa bikin? Refer to the caption above ...

Si Mata Sepet? What's that? Ask BTN

Otak Udang di mana? Di BTN!

1Malaysia? Najib's dream.

Malaysians' Malaysia? Lim Kit Siang's dream (and the dream of many Malaysians who were referred as pendatang)

1 divided Malaysia? Mahathir's legacy

1 Malays' Malaysia? Ibrahim Ali's dream ... only refer to the nation's wealth; not the liabilities!


BTN assistant director Hamim Husin during a recent closed-door Puteri Umno function, referred to the Chinese and Indian communities as “Si Mata Sepet” and “Si Botol” respectively when asking Puteri Umno members to approach the non-Malays for votes.

“The ‘si mata sepet’ that has never gone to a mosque or surau only has one vote. The ‘si botol’ that only knows how to go up to Batu Caves up and down only has one vote,” Hamim told the closed-door gathering, as reported in The Malaysian Insider.


Siti Inshah Mansor, the principal of SMK Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra, had allegedly told students during an assembly that the Chinese could return the China and likened Hindus to “dogs” because of their prayer strings.

“Pelajar-pelajar Cina tidak diperlukan dan boleh balik ke China ataupun Sekolah Foon Yew. Bagi pelajar India, tali sembahyang yang diikat di pergelangan tangan dan leher pelajar nampak seakan anjing dan hanya anjing akan mengikat seperti itu,” she had allegedly said.


In the Kedah case, Ungku Aznan Ungku Ismail, the school principal for SMK Bukit Selambau in Sungai Petani, caused a national outcry when he allegedly uttered racial slurs to his non-Malay students.

Ungku Aznan had allegedly publicly told several Chinese students to go back to China for “behaving disrespectfully” when they were seen having breakfast in the school canteen during the Ramadan fasting month.


The Deputy Prime Minister who is also the Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said he had no authority to take any action against the principals, and had allowed them to continue their duties.


All Indians who are born in Malaysia are not immigrants but rightful citizens of the country and they are eligible to enjoy their rights like other citizens, declared an outspoken senior Umno leader Datuk Seri Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz.

"The mothers of Indians born in Malaysia have spilled their blood on the soil of the nation when they delivered them into this world," Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz said.

"Hence they are the sons of the Malaysian soil, as sung in our national anthem negara ku, tanah tumpahnya darahku (My country, the soil where my blood was shed)," explained the Padang Rengas MP.

"It is the Indonesians who come to our country (legally or illegally) who are the immigrants and not you Indians who were born here," the de facto law minister added.


SOURCE: The Malaysian Insider & Malaysiakini


No comments: