Ridhuan Tee’s Blueprint for ending the Chinese Language and Culture…

Ridhuan Tee’s Blueprint for ending the Chinese Language and Culture.

1. Place more Malay teachers in vernacular Chinese schools instead of transferring them out. Make non-Chinese the principals.

2. Do away with Remove classes, the transitional class for primary schoolers in vernacular schools who failed the national language.

3. Send students who fail BM to a language camp for two years.

4. Don’t build any more vernacular schools to cater to the Chinese demands

5. Shut down vernacular schools with fewer than 100 students.

– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/enough-tolerance-abolish-vernacular-schools-as-chinese-racist-putrajaya-tol?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter#sthash.NSkdRWgz.dpuf

25 January 2016

Enough tolerance! Abolish vernacular schools as Chinese ‘racist’, Putrajaya told



KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 25 — The government should stop kow-towing to the ethnic Chinese and adopt a tougher stand where education is concerned, including abolishing their vernacular schools, controversial Muslim convert Ridhuan Tee Abdullah said today.

The lecturer at Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UnisZA) claimed the community to be “racist” and “ultra kiasu” and had not shown gratitude for all the government’s tolerance of their demands, pointing to reports of a Chinese principal who had allegedly made racial remarks against a Malay teacher at a vernacular primary school in Mersing, Johor as evidence to support his argument.

“When national schools can accept a non-Malay headmaster, why can’t Chinese schools accept a non-Chinese headmaster? Who is more racist?” he asked in his column published today by Malay daily Sinar Harian.

“Do you realise, Malays had tolerated a lot towards vernacular schools that only exist in Malaysia? Is it not enough yet? Learn to be grateful,” the Chinese-Muslim said, addressing ethnic Chinese.

While the authorities have dismissed the incident as a racial act, Tee claimed otherwise and said the incident should serve as an “eye opener” to the government to be firm when dealing with the demands of the Chinese community.

“When it happens to us, they say let’s not racialise this thing. When it happens to them, they accuse us of being racist. As if we are the only ones who are racist,” he said.

In a laundry list of suggestions, he urged the government to place more Malay teachers in vernacular Chinese schools instead of transferring them out and making non-Chinese the principals.

“They should also do away with Remove classes,” Tee said, referring to the transitional class for primary schoolers in vernacular schools who failed the national language.

“If a student fails in BM, they must be sent to a language camp for two years,” he said.

He also urged the government to reconsider building more vernacular schools to cater to the Chinese demands and suggested instead they be shut down if there are fewer than 100 students.

In the same vein, Tee urged the Barisan Nasional (BN) government to redouble efforts and prevent the Pakatan Harapan opposition from winning the next elections as they were then more likely to cater to the demands of the “ultra kiasu” community who form the bulk of the urban population.

“Doesn’t matter how much you give them, they will still vote for the ultra kiasu. Don’t expect them to vote BN,” he said.
Read more at http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/enough-tolerance-abolish-vernacular-schools-as-chinese-racist-putrajaya-tol#oJ0khd4cGOqkhXGY.99

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Dr Mahathir returns Selangor royal awards

Dr Mahathir received the Darjah Kebesaran Seri Paduka Mahkota Selangor (SPMS) Darjah Kelas Pertama on June 22, 1978.

A month before his retirement in October 2003, Dr Mahathir was awarded the Darjah Yang Amat Dihormati Kelas Pertama (DK) at a special recognition ceremony called “Jasamu Dikenang” at the Shah Alam Palace in Klang.





11 September 2017


Dr Mahathir returns Selangor royal awards

DR Mahathir Mohamad has returned two medals he had received from the sultan of Selangor, including the highest order awarded by the state, sources said.

Both medals were returned last Thursday. They were handed over to a senior officer at the office of the sultan of Selangor at Istana Bukit Kayangan in Shah Alam, a source told The Malaysian Insight.

“The reason is clear,” said another source when asked why the former prime minister-turned-opposition leader returned the medals. He did not elaborate.

The Malaysian Insight has attempted to obtain confirmation from the sultan’s private secretary, Mohamad Munir Bani, but at the time of publication, he has not replied to messages sent via WhatsApp.

The Malaysian Insight has also contacted Dr Mahathir’s office and is waiting for a response.

It has been reported that the Selangor ruler, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah, was outraged at Dr Mahathir’s insult of the Bugis community.

During the “Love Malaysia, end kleptocracy” rally in Petaling Jaya on October 14, Dr Mahathir slammed Prime Minister Najib Razak as a descendent of a “Bugis pirate”.

The Selangor royal court on November 2 released a statement saying that the sultan was enraged and disappointed with Dr Mahathir’s speech, urging the police to investigate the Pakatan Harapan chairman for allegedly inciting hatred towards the Bugis.


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The Call to Boycott McDonald’s is never-ending!

McDonald’s sells Singapore, Malaysian franchise to Saudi group

McDonald’s Corp sold the franchise rights for its restaurants in Singapore and Malaysia to Saudi Arabia’s Lionhorn Pte Ltd.

The fast-food chain said it transferred its ownership interest in 390 restaurants, more than 80 per cent of which were company-owned, on Dec. 1 to Lionhorn.


Perkasa calls for boycott of Starbucks and Microsoft…

McDonald’s Malaysia, new Saudi owners and non-halal cakes: They got a bloody nose in Sarawak! And maybe one in Sabah, too.

Muslim NGOs’ boycott of McDonald’s and Starbucks over Israeli atrocities in Palestine

10 December 2017

McDonald’s Malaysia denies Israel link after boycott call


PETALING JAYA: McDonald’s Malaysia has expressed its disappointment over renewed calls for a boycott of the American fast-food chain in the wake of the United States’ recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

McDonald’s, in a statement posted on its Facebook page, said it was “disappointed” with the boycott call over claims being circulated on messaging apps and social media that it was channelling funds to Israel.

The fast-food chain said the claims were “untrue, false, fake and defamatory”, reported CNA.

“As Malaysians, we understand the disappointment felt by Muslims around the world on this issue,” said Azmir Jaafar, managing director and operating partner of McDonald’s Malaysia.

He said the fast-food chain did not endorse or engage in any political or religious conflicts in any country in the world.

Azmir said McDonald’s Malaysia would not hesitate to take action against “any irresponsible side, which continues to spread lies through social media platforms and other channels”.

McDonald’s Malaysia has faced boycotts in Malaysia before.


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Fight in Ipoh Parade. 8 December 2017.


Published on Dec 8, 2017

9 Disember 2017 | 5.52 pagi: Kes pergaduhan di Ipoh Parade jam 9.00 malam tadi. Punca tak tahu.

Mall fight over slippers and socks sees dustbin lid and helmet thrown in (VIDEO)

IPOH, Dec 9 ― A three-way brawl started at a local mall parking lot last night after a man criticised another’s footwear fashion, police confirmed today.

Ipoh district police chief Assistant Commissioner Mohd Ali Tamby related that two men involved in the fight filed their complaints with the police, relating the incident.

“The fight broke out when the first complainant was smoking at the parking lot and a man approached him and mocked him for wearing slippers with socks.

“The first complainant questioned the man for mocking him and it turned into a fight,” he said in a statement today.

He recounted that a third man was also involved in the fight, adding that the complainant said he was attacked with a rubbish bin lid and a motorcycle helmet and suffered injuries to his head.

Mohd Ali said the three men claimed they had never met prior to the mall fracas and had no grievances with each other.

“Both of them made a police report after the brawl for their own safety.

“However, after the reports were made, both parties were called to make peace and the report was retracted as they don’t want the matter to be extended,” he said.

Read more at http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/mall-fight-over-slippers-and-socks-sees-dustbin-lid-and-helmet-thrown-in#1XobiHDjBve34ilE.99

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Azmin Ali: Leave my family alone!

9 December 2017


Yindian™ Retweeted malaysiakini.com

Sorry Azmin, when you hold public office, you can’t help it but face this. So, make sure you or your family don’t do shitty stuffs.



Don’t touch my family, Azmin tells critics

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Selangor Menteri Besar Mohamed Azmin Ali has denounced the recent political attacks directed at him and his family, accusing his opponents of using government departments and employing “slanderous and gangster-like” tactics against him.

One of his most vocal critics, Sungai Besar Umno division chief Jamal Md Yunos also threatened to broadcast a compromising video of him after previously staging numerous stunts deriding Azmin.

The PKR vice-president said today that he disagreed with such a “slanderous and gangster-like” political culture, especially at a time when the rakyat was looking for responsible leadership.

“They can’t fight us with facts so now they are fighting us with fitnah (slander)…
Read more at https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/405000#bS7ApC0yoAHta4GK.99

Remember how they went after his son?

Basheer, 15, had attended the Bersih 4 rally on 30 August 2015.

25 November 2015

Cops quiz wife and son, Azmin flays ‘desperate’ Umno

The police are recording statements from Selangor Menteri Besar Mohd Azmin Ali’s 15-year-old son and wife, Shamsidar Taharin.

Upon arriving at the Dang Wangi district police headquarters this afternoon, the livid PKR deputy president opened fire on Umno.

He said Umno and BN should face him instead of harassing his family over the Bersih 4 rally, which called for Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s resignation.

“I am asking Umno not to harass my family and my son. They should face me, not my son.

“I am challenging Umno to confront me,” stressed the menteri besar, who was accompanied by some 50 supporters.

Azmin also described the police’s action to summon his son as a “desperate” move by the powers-that-be.

“More than 500,000 were gathered at Dataran Merdeka (for Bersih 4), why only target my wife and son? This is an indication that Umno is desperate.

“We will continue to fight this cruelty,” he said.


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UMNO Minister who once blamed rising prices on those who don’t believe in God now says it’s God’s Will!

In March 2016, he blamed price hikes on those who don’t believe in God.

This is the UMNO man, Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin, a Minister, who said, “It’s those who don’t believe in God [who] are the ones who always raise prices. Those who believe in God will follow ethical ways and not simply raise prices.”

Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin: It’s those who don’t believe in God [who] are the ones who always raise prices…

9 December 2017


Rising cost of living is God’s will, says Umno leader


zzzdff.jpgDomestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Minister Hamzah Zainudin quoted a saying, or hadith, attributed to Prophet Muhammad which states: “Verily, it is God who sets prices, who makes things hard, easy and gives out blessings”. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, December 9, 2017.

THE rise in living costs is God’s will, said an Umno leader and Cabinet minister today, when addressing concerns raised by Malaysians on the  rising cost of living.

Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Minister Hamzah Zainudin quoted a saying, or hadith, attributed to Prophet Muhammad which states: “Verily, it is God who sets prices, who makes things hard, easy and gives out blessings”.

The hadith also states: “I (The Prophet) hope to meet God in a situation where no one demands from me a cruelty in blood or property.”

The hadith was in response to an person who complained to the Prophet prices of goods were high and had wanted the latter to set prices, Hamzah said.

Hamzah added the saying shows the government’s attitude is based on what has been taught by the Prophet which is to not interfere in the free market of a country.

“However, based on the Islamic principles of justice and concern for the people, the prime minister has agreed not to raise the prices of basic items,” he told delegates at the Umno general assembly.

These items include sugar, flour, cooking oil, rice and cooking gas.


10 March 2016

Malay Mail Online

Those who disbelieve in God always raise prices, minister tells Parliament


KUALA LUMPUR, March 10 ― Only those who don’t believe in God will raise the prices of goods and services, Domestic Trade, Co-Operatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin said in the Dewan Rakyat today.

His unexpected reply came after opposition lawmaker Dr Tan Seng Giaw asked if the recent rise in the prices of goods was in the “hands of God”.

“YB Kepong asked if raising prices of goods is in the hands of God. God has never told anyone to raise prices or reduce it.

“It’s those who don’t believe in God [who] are the ones who always raise prices. Those who believe in God will follow ethical ways and not simply raise prices,” Hamzah said.

The Larut MP then suggested that the rival lawmaker’s query indicated the latter’s lack of faith.

“His question might be because he is unsure whether to believe in God or the otherwise,” Hamzah added.

When met outside the Dewan Rakyat later, Hamzah said Tan’s question was “not very funny”.

– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/those-who-disbelieve-in-god-always-raise-prices-minister-tells-parliament#sthash.wHKTmk5n.dpuf

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The 30-second abduction. In Klang, Malaysia…

9 December 2017


In Klang, woman abducted in less than 30 seconds (VIDEO)

By Emmanuel Santa Maria Chin

tv.pngCTV videograb shows the abductor pushing a lady into the car before closing the door.

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 8 — A factory production line leader was allegedly abducted by unknown captors in a white Mercedes-Benz just outside her workplace in Kampung Jawa, Klang this morning.

The 49-year-old mother of two, identified as S .Jothimani, was said to have gone to entertain the captors after one of them claimed he was there to deliver a personal parcel to her during the 9.40am incident.

In an alleged video of the incident, recorded from the air and oil filter factory’s closed-circuit television (CCTV), the employee of over 30 years could be seen walking towards one of the suspects just outside the premise’s main gate.

The suspect, wearing a cap, white shirt and black pants, showed the victim several boxes said to contain energy drinks at the rear of the vehicle, before wrapping his arms around her and shoving her towards the rear right door.

Just as he pushed her, an accomplice sitting inside the car opened the door and pulled the victim into the car, before slamming the door shut.

The captor immediately jumped into the driver’s seat and sped off as helpless colleagues chased the car in vain.
Read more at http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/in-klang-woman-abducted-in-less-than-30-seconds#GZv1U8yy4CBAUPwF.99


Police probing footage of woman ‘abducted’ in broad daylight in Klang

SHAH ALAM: Police are probing a video footage of a woman being abducted by three men who forced her into a white car here.

It was captured on closed-circuit television (CCTV) outside a factory building where she work at Kampung Jawa, Klang this morning.

District police chief Assistant Commissioner Shafien Mamat confirmed the case and acknowledged that the police has received a report.

“Investigation (into the abduction) is ongoing,” he said.


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Video. Death of a 16 year-old boy: When Vigilantes went too far…

8 December 2017



Teen dies after being beaten with sticks, garden hose

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A 16-year-old boy died after being beaten with sticks and a garden hose by several men for allegedly stealing his grandfather’s money.

According to Makkal Osai, one of the assailants is believed to be an uncle of the deceased.

A now-viral on social media video of the assault shows the victim, who is only clad in a pair of trousers, screaming in pain, begging for the attack to stop as he is repeatedly lashed by a garden hose and a stick by at least two men.

At one point, he is heard admitting to stealing RM4,000 from his grandfather, which he claimed to have used to treat his friends.

The caption for the video claimed it was a case of the boy being “taught a lesson” for stealing the money.

Read more at https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/404809#v6WdRHZ19vXRtmjl.99

Police looking for 3 suspects linked to fatal abuse of 16-year-old

MELAKA: Police are on the lookout for three suspects, including a teenager’s uncle, over the alleged abuse of a 16-year-old boy which resulted in his death on Monday.

It all began when the Form Four student from Taman Tangkak Jaya was rushed to the Melaka Hospital unconscious and he could not be revived even with Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) performed on him on Dec 4 night.

A video of the boy badly whipped with a pipe hose surfaced on Facebook on Tuesday (Dec 5).

The caption claimed that it was the case of the teenage boy who was ‘taught’ a lesson for stealing his grandfather’s money.

zzzbbb.jpgA picture combo from video grabs showing the teen being abused.

During a press conference here, Melaka Tengah deputy police chief Superintendent Mohd Kamal Zainal said investigations were underway to probe the case which was under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder.

“The deceased boy hailed from Tangkak living with his mother and a younger sister.
He said the boy, who had old scars and lesions at both his arms and back, estimated to be about a week old, was found unconscious at a bus stop in Ayer Keroh and rushed to the Melaka Hospital by two members of the public.

“We have identified three suspects, aged 32, 35 and 38. One of the suspects is the victim’s 32-year-old maternal uncle who is also a lorry driver, and we urge them to come to the nearest police station or the Melaka Tengah IPD to give their statements,” he said.

The suspects were J Visvanathan, 32, from Tangkak, Johor, and two others, K Shanmuganatan, 35, and N Thiagu, 38, from Melaka.

He said police were investigating the relationship of two other suspects with the victim.


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Police close file on Maria Chin Abdullah and return 10 laptops, two mobile phones and documents seized from Bersih 2.0 office….

Maria, 60, was held in solitary confinement in a windowless cell, 4.6m by 2.4m, where the lights remained on 24 hours, she had said after her release.



Published on Nov 22, 2017
Bersih 2.0 chairperson Maria Chin Abdullah said that her detention under Sosma last year was baseless. This was after the police returned several items it confiscated during a raid on the Bersih headquarters last year and informed her that the investigation had been closed. Maria along with Bersih secretariat officer Mandeep Singh collected the items from the Dang Wangi district police headquarters yesterday.

21 November 2017

Cops close file on Maria Chin, return seized items

zzzmc.pngMaria Chin Abdullah with Mandeep Singh, secretariat manager of Bersih 2.0, at the Dang Wangi police station where the electoral watchdog’s laptops and documents were returned today. – Pic courtesy of Bersih 2.0, November 21, 2017.

MARIA Chin Abdullah, who was detained for 11 days under a tough anti-terrorist law last year, was today cleared of any wrongdoing by the Attorney-General’s Chambers.

Police this evening returned 10 laptops, two mobile phones and documents which they had seized from the Bersih 2.0 office on November 18 last year after they arrested Maria for allegedly attempting to commit activity detrimental to parliamentary democracy.

The electoral watchdog chairman was arrested less than 24 hours before the Bersih 5 rally in Kuala Lumpur, which saw thousands of Malaysians taking to the streets.

She was subsequently detained for 11 days under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act (Sosma) before her release.

“One year and four days after my detention, they have now cleared me,” Maria said in a statement today.

“Interestingly, I was made to understand by police that the return of the confiscated materials was on the orders of the attorney-general.”

She said police today also told her that all investigations against her and Bersih are now closed.

Maria said the allegations against the Bersih coalition and other civil society groups that they were national security threats were also proven false.

“This is proof that my detention under Sosma was utterly baseless and was done to intimidate me, my family and Malaysians who love peace, democracy and justice,” she said.


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No. Chow Yun Fat is not dead.

Chow Yun Fat’s wife quashes online rumours of his death, says he’s ‘alive and well’


Chow Yun Fat is alive and well, his wife Jasmine Tan said, quashing rumours that he had succumbed to an unnamed illness.

A photo circulating online this week showed a ‘news broadcast’ of the 62-year-old actor’s supposed demise.




5 December 2017

Chow Yun Fat death hoax debunked by wife: Reports

A photoshopped picture showing an anchor announcing the death of Hong Kong star Chow Yun Fat was widely circulated online. (Photo: Weibo)

SINGAPORE: Hong Kong actor Chow Yun Fat is still alive, despite rumours circulating on Chinese social media on Monday (Dec 4) that the actor had died, according to Ifeng Entertainment.

His wife Jasmine Tan told Hong Kong media on Tuesday that he is “as healthy as can be”, reported Taiwan’s Apple Daily.

A doctored image on Chinese social media site, Weibo, showed a female news broadcaster on-air with the headline: “Movie star Chow Yun Fat died of illness in Hong Kong yesterday.”

Source: Agencies/aa

Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/chow-yun-fat-death-hoax-debunked-by-wife-reports-9471334


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