Thursday, May 15, 2014
All Races in DAP Must Fight for the Chinese!
There are not many Malays in DAP, although the party always claim that it is a multi-racial party. And among these few Malays, almost none of them made it to the top post. No matter how long they have served the party, they will always remain as just one of the members, without any significant position.
The same scenario can be seen in almost all our private sectors where Malays will remain as lower subordinates no matter how brilliant and capable they are. Only when there is a need, like liaising with government officers, the Malays will then be put forward as top representatives of the company. If there is no such need, they will remain as second-class employees.
The Malays in private sectors learned their lesson well. Most are very much aware of the Chinese’s strategy to keep them away from the more important posts and higher salary. Over time, they become stronger, smarter and all equipped with the will and ability to survive the backstabbing and discrimination by the Chinese. As a result, the Chinese find them more and more intimidating and therefore, will do much more to ‘curb’ the rise of these Malays. With the company being owned by the Chinese, the Malays cannot do much but hang on and remain on the ‘losing’ side in this ‘brutal warfare’.
The scenario might be the same in DAP but the Malays in DAP are of different material altogether. These Malays are proud to work even only as a writer for Roketkini – thinking that being accepted among the Chinese is a statement of their ‘exceptional’ ability. They would also be happy enough to be given a small post out of ‘obligation’ to help DAP project an image of a multi-racial party. They might not get even one vote by the non-Malay voters in the party election and managed to secure the small posts only by direct appointment, but they are proud just the same, believing that this is what ‘total equality’ is all about.
One girl, however, managed to get quite as high in DAP.
This girl, Dyana Sofea, ia a UiTM graduate, and a daughter of an UMNO Divisional Secretary. Dyana has been a Political Secretary to Lim Kit Siang for some time now, and she is said to be a candidate for Teluk Intan’s by-election.
How did Dyana, a Malay, manage to get that far and earned the trust of the ‘Emperor’ himself? Hmm…here’s the secret: The dumber you are, the higher you get. Of course, Tunku Aziz did get to the top in DAP, but something happened to him: He learned his lesson and became smart.
You see, in order for a Malay to ‘be’ in DAP, one must first show that they love the Chinese more than their own race. They must deny the fact that the Malays have rights to their own motherland like the Chinese have rights to hold on to their roots.
Dyana proved to be just that perfect Malay. This girl once made a statement that there are no more poverty among Malays in Penang in her effort to deny that total equality is still a far-fetched dream.
Although a product of bumiputera’s privileges herself, Dyana fights for UiTM to be opened to all races and condemned the fact that it only accepts bumiputeras. Dyana never bothers about Chinese schools though.
Also, she doesn’t mind the race polarization and Malay discrimination in private sectors but I’m sure that she cares about not having enough Chinese in government agencies.
It doesn’t bother Dyana that she can hardly find one Malay-owned shop in three to five blocks of shoplots in the city. But it must have bothered Dyana that there are only 7 Chinese in the list of 10 most riches people in Malaysia. Her small dysfunctional brain must have translated it as a clear evident of discrimination against the minority race.
Dyana also shares the same disappointment as Professor Ariffin Omar towards UiTM for holding a seminar on ‘Allah’ issue recently. The seminar is said to have hurt the Christians and so it has hurt Dyana and the Professor too, as they both are very sensitive, soft-hearted, Chinese-lovers, total-equality fighters. FYI, Prof. Ariffin is another DAP Malay who was appointed to the CEC just to add some ‘brownish’ in the voted ‘bright-yellow’ front. But even as a Professor, he couldn’t get as high as Dyana – most probably because he is ‘not dumb enough’.
Both Dyana and the professor claimed that UiTM had abused the freedom of speech by using the seminar to condemn the Christians.
For their information, my Christian friends see the ‘Allah-issue’ Seminar as Muslim’s retaliation against the non-stop provocation by the Evangelists. The rational, peace-loving, non-political Christians understand that there wouldn’t be such a seminar if their Evangelalist brothers didn’t insist on using ‘Allah’ in Bibles - just like there wouldn’t be such things as ‘special bumi rights’ if the Chinese ain’t so racist and insist on vernacular schools and all.
The point here is, in order to be ‘accepted’ by DAP, a Malay must fight for the Chinese, and better yet, for the Christians too. They must uphold Chinese as the greater race and accept their own race as lesser-race.
While BN allows MCA, MIC and UMNO to fight for each respective race in the spirit of friendship and patriotism, DAP allows all races in the party to fight for the Chinese alone - no other race matters.
I don’t know whether Dyana or Professor Ariffin will be reading this piece, but I know for a fact that even if they read this it will not change anything. In fact, they might just accuse me of being an UMNO guy trying to break them apart. Well, I hope they realize that I cannot be an UMNO guy because I’m not a Malay or bumiputera.
So, it’s true what Einstein said that ‘stupidity is infinite’. If these Malays are not infinitely stupid, would DAP take them in and push them up? Who in the right mind would ‘kill’ their own people just for pat on the head by others?