Friday, January 11, 2013

MCA vs DAP: which ally will maintain harmony in Malaysian Multiracial Society

1. DAP elections vote Rigging? Juggling act

"There are many questions which have been left unanswered by the party’s secretary-general Lim Guan Eng who obviously has a hidden hand in the juggling act of the results.
Why disclose the blunder only after 19 days after the Dec 15 polls following outrageous backlash from the Malay members that not a single Malay was voted into the CEC.
If it is manipulation disguised as human error and blamed on technical glitch, then the question arises – Why the election director Pooi Weng Keong got to resign. It does not make sense. WHY should Pooi resign if it is computer problem and has nothing to do with human error. Caught you there, Guan Eng. They say if you want to bluff, at least learn how to bluff intelligently."

2. MCA
NOTHING DEMOCRATIC: DAP’s congress was notable for not electing a single Malay to its CEC, a sign of the chauvinism in the party
THE recently concluded 16th Democratic Action Party national congress gave multiracialism a whole new meaning. The party failed to return even a single Malay candidate, out of the eight who contested, to its central executive committee. “Malaysian Malaysia”, the party’s stock in trade, proved to be a bare-faced sham, in much the same way as the party’s other bombastic claims.
DAP watchers are united in their verdict that the evidence the congress produced was inconvertible: the occasion will long be remembered by Malays as the definitive triumph of Chinese chauvinism over multiracialism. The “Chinoisnisation” of the party was complete.
Mulltiracialism in the party’s political lexicon is a web of doublespeak or, not to put too fine a point on it, a pack of lies.
So is the term “Democratic” in the party’s name.It is nothing if not a feel-good trap for the unwary.
The truth has now been laid bare: the overwhelming majority of the Chinese membership of the party voted with their feet to send a clear and emphatic message that they wanted no part in changing the chauvinistic Chinese character of their party.
It is clear for all to see that the Lim father and son had scant influence in this matter.
There was no overt support for the Malay candidates and that was that.It is an unapologetically Chinese party, warts and all, founded to continue the failed People Action Party’s narrow Chinese agenda in the nascent federation.
It is fair to say that the congress had left Malays in utter disillusionment, and in absolutely no doubt about their future under DAP.
Ask any Penang Malay for a blow by blow account of what it is like living in Lim Guan Eng’s much trumpeted socialist paradise. How many Malays after all can afford to live on the island proper without the promised safety net of regular employment and affordable housing, which is yet to see the light of day more than four years after the promise was made to trusting, unsuspecting poor Malays and Indians?
The Chineseness of the party is in striking contrast to the much maligned Malaysian Chinese Association.
While unequivocally Chinese, MCA, unlike the Lim family dominated-DAP, understands that given the unique historical, social and economic imperatives that have shaped our fragile nation, playing the zero-sum-game is a suicidal option. 
Malays have worked constructively, in mutual trust and respect, with MCA.
They have proved to be trustworthy and reliable partners in the demanding task of nation-building. Successive MCA leaders, without exception, have put national interests above sectarian considerations.
The contributions of MCA to national unity, peace and prosperity have yet to be given full recognition by the people of our country.  Chauvinistic Chinese such as those to be found in the serried ranks of DAP continue to mount their campaign of hate and lies.
Unlike MCA, DAP as a party, in spite of protestations to the contrary, is Chinese to the core. It makes no concessions to Malay sensibilities: its elected members of parliament and state assemblymen refused, in a display of racial arrogance and defiance of an established practice following their unexpected 2008 election windfall, to don the songkok as it was a Malay headgear.
Chairman Karpal Singh is on record as having issued what amounts to an edict prohibiting DAP members from accepting state awards from Malay rulers.
One or two have gone ahead and accepted these honours, including one man who had made a song and dance over the wearing of the songkok on formal state occasions.
These are the self-same people who at the drop of a hat will proclaim noisily their undivided loyalty to king and country.
Can we trust them to govern a multiracial Malaysia?
The Umno-MCA relationship is based on an instinctive understanding that in a complex society such as ours, the guiding principle as promoted and practised by Tunku Abdul Rahman is to “take some and give back some”.
It is about mutual respect, tolerance and acceptance of our cultural diversity.The politics of hate as practised by DAP and its spiritual mentor, Pas, must be nipped smartly in the bud before they take root among the unthinking masses across our society.
The future of our country must be predicated on a solid foundation of national unity, derived from a sense of a common destiny underpinned by fairness and equity.
Their zero-sum-game promoted and nurtured so passionately as an article of faith must be rejected.The nation can ill-afford to experiment and gamble with what is a characteristically unMalaysian ideology, a luxury we can do without in our search for our Malaysian identity.
You cannot say you have not been warned about the hidden traps DAP has set for the unwary.After all, what is apparent is not always real."
PAShit/ Jan 8th; 4.38p,(comment) in 

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  1. "马华是反佛教!" 敬爱的佛教伩徒, 有关马來西亜,吉隆坡,甲洞帝沙再也 (暹寺) 三宝寺 Samnak Sambodhi Buddhist Association No.19-21 Jalan 38 Taman Desa Jaya, Kepong 52100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 所发生的纠纷, 经过阅读了,Venerable Phra Piya Thammo 和尚及叶金福律师 (Yip Kum Fook) 的双方书信之后, 再经实地旁听了觧,做为中间人,我要客观实事的说: 1.当一个和尚、初出道 (小学生),在修行, 若有缺点, 那是难免.他马华公会鹅唛區会主地席叶金福律师(Yip Kum Fook),却心眼看不顺,就电招警万到耒佛教之圣地要扣畄和尚耒耻唇出家人, 这是绝对不许可, 除非是殺人放火之大罪悪. 2.他身为马华公会鹅唛區会主席叶金福律师 (Yip Kum Fook),却反其道而行, 在佛寺不依佛法而軽视佛教的精神, 以傲慢的手段,帶领一般黑社会的人耒挑衅和尚打架, 这也是不该有、更不是佛教修行者的行为. 3.佛教的圣地, 其主要的目地, 是让眾生修佛道, 不是政治争執的地方. 他马华公会鹅唛区会主席叶金福律师 (Yip Kum Fook), 却利用佛教之圣地当政治活动的场所。如此果敢冒犯佛陀的教誨,更是大大的罪悪。 囯有囯章,彿有佛法,家有家规. 如果出家人有何不对之处, 他叶金福律师 (Yip Kum Fook), 为何不向主持和尚投?让出家人自依和尚的條规处理、却强权一味要显示他是马华公会鹅唛区会及三宝寺理事会主席, 无法无天的应用霸道手段践踏佛教之圣地.为什么。。。。。为什么. 至今, 他叶金福律师 (Yip Kum Fook),不当不歉愧,还要狡辩, 这又证明了他说一套, 做的又是另一套, 囗是心非, 所谓的两舌, 相当阴险. 身为律师, 受高深教育, 却应用如此悪毒, 横蛮无礼的作风污辱和尚, 相等于是耻辱佛教伩仰者。他叶金福律师(Yip Kum Fook)不向主持和尚投诉, 却自承英雄,电招外耒者.请问,身为將近20年的三宝寺主持和尚兼顾问,也是第一位 自筹建寺的大功臣,在大马南傳泒中,是闻名遐邇的高僧.其脸要放在那裡?同样的,要是台湾星雲大师的佛寺沙彌犯錯, 理事会没有礼貌自作主张,电招警方要扣畄其沙彌.我敢请问!星雲大师的自尊是怎样的感受?他叶金福律师(Yip Kum Fook)是后耒者,担任理会主席也不久, 竟敢应用如此,目无尊長的方式对待住持,间接的就是告大家,强迫住持和尚必远離,雀巢鸠要佔。这种用心不良, 有老千之谋, 的确令人不敢恭维。 縱观以上几项重点,我不是盲目的護持三宝, 而是要坦白的说;他叶金福律师 (Yip Kum Fook) 身受高深教育, 为律师者,本应通情达理才是,但遗憾的是, 却令人惊觉, 他厡耒就是彿书裡所讲的狡猾且残忍的此颣人。他叶金福律师 (Yip Kum Fook),利用他的专业知識, 懂得包裝自己的道德守則,以宗教为幌子手,到处募款,商业经营, 政治活动为重, 并没依循佛教宗教守则行事, 也没对人道作出任何貢献, 只不过借宗教之名捞取权和私利而己。 在此, 我奉劝, 他马华公会鹅唛区会主席叶金福律师 (Yip Kum Fook), 好自为之, 免因果報应