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Another well laid trap, maybe?

Posted: 07 May 2013 08:44 PM PDT

But since March 2008 many of you have become very arrogant. You no longer care about what you say. And you no longer care whether anyone gets hurt by what you say. And you declared that the Chinese are going to finish off Umno (ABU! ABU! ABU!). So the stupid Malays and Indians (plus those stupid natives from East Malaysia) had better wake up.


Raja Petra Kamarudin

KPN buat pusingan U

Ismail Omar berkata kenyataannya disalahertikan.

(FMT) - Ketua Polis Negara (KPN) Tan Sri Ismail Omar telah membuat pusingan U dalam isu permit untuk perhimpunan Suara Rakyat Suara Keramat yang akan berlangsung di Stadium Kelana Jaya malam ini.

"Saya dah sebutkan tadi, pertama, saya tidak membenarkan perhimpunan yang menyalahi undang-undang, perhimpunan hendaklah menepati Akta Perhimpunan Aman 2012.

"Syarat-syaratnya seperti yang telah saya sebutkan tadi; maklum Ketua Polis Daerah, penganjur kena jumpa dengan Ketua Polis Daerah dan penganjur kena tentukan perhimpunan itu adalah perhimpunan aman.

"Para peserta tidak boleh membawa apa-apa bentuk senjata merbahaya, tidak ada apa-apa bentuk hasutan, provokasi, untuk menggugat ketenteraman," kata Ismail menerusi Penolong Ketua Urusetia KPN (Komunikasi Korporat) ACP Ramli Mohamed Yoosuf.

"Jelas bahawa daripada ungkapan soal jawab di atas, KPN tidak membuat apa-apa kenyataan mengenai keperluan permit," kata Ramli.

Pagi ini, Ismail dilaporkan sebagai berkata bahawa penganjur perhimpunan memerlukan permit.

Ekoran itu, peguam kebebasan sivil Syahredzan Johan berkata bahawa Ismail tidak memahami Akta Perhimpunan Aman dan keperluan permit hanya wujud di dalam Akta Polis.


If I were a suspicious person -- which I am -- and if I suspect Umno of being devious -- which I do -- I would speculate that the above 'U-turn' is a trap. Take note, though, that I am merely speculating and this is not based on confirmation. At best this is an educated guess so I could be wrong. But even educated guesses need a basis. And I do have a basis.

First of all, both DAP and PAS are happy with the election result. PKR, though, is not. Hence is this rally tonight a Pakatan Rakyat event or a PKR event?

Bersih was successful because both the Chinese and the PAS supporters came out in full force. If left just to the PKR supporters we would not have seen a huge crowd like what happened in the Bersih rally in 2007 and the Bersih 2.0 and Bersih 3.0 rallies later on.

I doubt many Chinese will turn out tonight. First of all it is a working day. More importantly, though, the Chinese may have been spooked by all this talk of a Chinese Tsunami on 5th May 2013.

We must remember that the 1969 general election was on 10th May. The race riots did not happen on that day, though. It happened three days later during the rally. Hence tonight's rally, which is being held three days after Polling Day, would be reminiscent of what happened in 1969. Hence, also, I believe most Chinese would stay away and we will not see the 100,000 Chinese crowd that we saw during the Bersih rallies.

Another point would be if anyone wants to trigger any trouble then tonight would be the best opportunity. That is an even stronger reason to not be seen anywhere near that rally.

In the past, the PAS leaders issued statements ordering their supporters to come out in full force to attend the rallies. Then they bussed in their supporters from all over Malaysia, which took months to organise.

I have not seen any statements from PAS leaders regarding tonight's rally and it is too late to bus in their supporters from all over Malaysia. Hence we may not see many PAS people there tonight.

This means they would have to depend on just the PKR supporters to make up the crowd tonight. And in the past, if you just depended on PKR supporters, the crowd would not be even 1,000 strong.

Hence I speculate that tonight is going to be a failure. And I believe this is what Umno wants to show, that PKR failed to get support. But then I may be wrong.

Now, on another note regarding my comment that the Chinese DAP supporters were posting too many racist comments in the Blogs and that they proudly declared that 5th May 2013 was going to be a Chinese Tsunami.

Actually I do not need to reply to the part about the racist comments in the Blogs and Facebook. You all know it is true. In fact, I have so many times chided you regarding these racist comments and I warned you that you risk upsetting the Malays and will send them back to Umno. You know and I know that this happened so don't try to bullshit by saying that it never happened.

I even remember commenting that I can't wait to see the faces of these racists on 5th May 2013 when they discover that they have lost the election. One arrogant Chinese reader replied that he also can't wait to see my face on 5th May 2013 when Pakatan Rakyat wins the election.

Why so arrogant?

Over the last few months, especially the period between Nomination Day and Polling Day, my email inbox was flooded with messages from all over Malaysia of people sending me photographs of large Chinese crowds at the rallies and ceramah. I even received messages from Sabah and Sarawak. I also received Viber, Black Berry and WhatsApp messages with photographs attached of the same thing.

The message these people were sending me is that the Chinese have risen and are going to kick out Umno and Barisan Nasional. The Malays and Indians (plus the natives of East Malaysia) had, therefore, better 'wake up'. They also commented that the Malays and Indians are stupid for being fooled by Umno and Barisan Nasional. And if the Malays and Indians (plus the natives of East Malaysia) do not join the Chinese to kick out Umno and Barisan Nasional then it is confirmed that they are stupid.

Take the example of Hindraf. Just read what these people say about the pariah Indians and that if you see a snake and an Indian you kill the Indian first. And why so much Mamak hatred? Some of my closest friends are Mamaks.

Is that necessary?

And what about the comments regarding the backward Malays and the subsidy mentality of the Malays and how the Malays would be failures without the benefit of the New Economic Policy? Malays are rent-seekers, these people said.

Is that also necessary?

Again and again I reminded you to tone down the racial rhetoric or else you are going to send the Malays back to Umno. Many of you responded with even more racist comments and you even attacked Islam and Hudud.

What we wanted to see on 5th May 2013 was a Tsunami bigger than the March 2008 Tsunami. And, yes, the March 2008 swing is being called a Tsunami. Everyone refers to it as a Tsunami.

But since March 2008 many of you have become very arrogant. You no longer care about what you say. And you no longer care whether anyone gets hurt by what you say. And you declared that the Chinese are going to finish off Umno (ABU! ABU! ABU!). So the stupid Malays and Indians (plus those stupid natives from East Malaysia) had better wake up.

Sheer arrogance!

There is nothing wrong with the Chinese waking up. In fact, I was one of those who whacked the Chinese and called them hypocrites and cowards and asked them to wake up. And there is also nothing wrong with calling 5th May a Chinese Tsunami.

What is wrong with calling it a Chinese Tsunami? The Indians are proud that March 2008 was an Indian Tsunami. They keep reminding us every day since then that 2008 was an Indian Tsunami. They keep telling Pakatan Rakyat that March 2008 was possible only because of the Indian Tsunami.

So call it a Chinese Tsunami and be proud of it. I would if I were Chinese. But you do not need to insult the Malays, Indians and natives of East Malaysia in the process?

That is what many of you do not understand. It is not about what you did on 5th May 2013. That is commendable. It is what comes out of your mouth that is detestable. I do not hate the Chinese. I hate the foul mouths of some of you Chinese.

And yes, I too bash the Chinese. And I bash the Chinese because I know you do not like it. But I need you to feel what it is like when your race in generalised and bashed. And if you hate that then consider how the non-Chinese feel as well.



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