Wednesday, May 9, 2012

BERSIH 2.0 AND 3.0 PROTESTS ARE ABOUT THE MELAYU LEFT AND MELAYU RIGHT SQUEEZING EVEN MORE THE CHINESE AND INDIAN MINORITIES IN MALAYSIA.

…AND TRICKING THEM INTO BELIEVING THAT THEY ARE IN THE FOREFRONT OF CHANGE IN THE COUNTRY, WHEN THEY ARE NOT – THEY ARE BEING SQUEEZED OUT OF IT.
By Mansor Puteh



It is quite obvious that Bersih 2.0 had failed. Because of that Bersih .3.0 had to be organized.

Unfortunately, Bersih 4.0 might also have to be planned if the organizers of Bersih 3.0 think that it too had failed.

The Melayu in Malaysia can now live on their own without relating to the Chinese or Indians.

But the Chinese and Indians cannot live on their own without relating with the Melayu or not speaking in Melayu.

Therefore, I was not shock when I saw two young Chinese women now selling stamps in private mini-post offices.

It is a scene which one could not see before, but now.

More and more young Chinese women will join them to work in such establishments which do not pay well.

But what choice do they have for not having adequate education and for failing out of the vernacular Mandarin schools so early, so much so that they are not able to find employment in the public or to continue with their education at the tertiary level.

They had to settle selling stamps.

The other alternative is to go into vice, which many young Chinese women today do not favor doing as the job is now taken over by other young Chinese women from China.

This can all be seen in politics while their counterparts in commerce and industry are also being squeezed out of their comfort zone until one by one they go bust.

Many Chinese traditional or family stores have changed features so much so that they look lifeless.

They are not doing brisk business.

And if one goes to some of the shopping complexes one can see how many of the stores offering all sorts of goods have closed down.

The reason being the Melayu customers have deserted them. The Melayu customers are now doing in droves to patronize the stories operated by the Melayu including the sundry stores where the Melayu are now dominating.

Many of the ‘pasar malam’ or night markets are also now Melayu-dominated, with so few Chinese operating stalls in them.

I see a bleak future for the Chinese in the country, and it is their fault mostly.

The Chinese education and political leaders started to bare their fangs, but they did not realize that the Melayu towards who they direct the fangs at could retaliate.

The Chinese education and political leaders could demand land and financial allocation to operate their former independent vernacular Mandarin schools, but they did not realize that they had all come to this simply because they are not able to provide for them anymore like what they could do before.

The Chinese communities in Malaysia were proud to describe such Mandarin schools as ‘independent’ schools.

Now they have stopped calling them as such. So they must be ‘parasite’ schools.

The underlying reason for this dependence on the charity of the government is simply because the economic situation of the Chinese in Malaysia is now shaky.

The Bersih .2.0 and Bersih 3.0 Protests are not what many think they are. They are not mere protests against the UMNO-Barisan Nasional (BN) government. They are more than that.

So what are they really?

Well, the Chinese and Indians in Malaysia may not know this, but the protests are really and truly about the Melayu Left and Melayu Right squeezing the Chinese and Indian minorities in Malaysia even more.

Even the Indian and Chinese who are the organizers of the protests do not realize what they are doing, serving the cause of the Melayu even more. 

If they think they are splitting the Melayu, they are wrong.

If they also think they are demeaning Umno and BN, they are also wrong.

What they have managed to do with Bersih 2.0 and 3.0 have indeed benefited the Melayu and also Umno and BN.

The protests are about how the Melayu want to further insist that the country is Melayu-dominated. And the situation will be bleak for the non-Melayu in the country.

So the Chinese and Indian Left in the country ought to realize fast how they are being manipulated by the Melayu Left led by those Umno and BN rejects and has-beens or ingrates into thinking how frail their situation is in Malaysia.

So now this is what the Bersih protests are doing.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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