Still attacking the Chinese, RPK calls LGE an anak pendatang…

9 October 2018

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The difference between Najib Razak and Guan Eng is that Najib Razak is an anak bangsawan while Guan Eng is an anak pendatang.

Lim Guan Eng is merely a loud-mouth lowbred Chinaman. He talks so much but he does not have the balls that Najib Tun Razak has. At least Najib has the balls to go to court to clear his name of the allegations he stole RM42 billion of 1MDB’s money.

Guan Eng, on the other hand, abuses his power to get the Attorney-General, Tommy Thomas, to bury his corruption case. Guan Eng does not have the balls that Najib has and he refuses to go to court to clear his name of the allegations of corruption.

These DAP Chinese talk big but when push comes to shove they run away from the fight and dare not stand and fight like Bugis warriors do. DAP Chinese hide behind the sarong of the Malays and ask the Malays to do their fighting for them.

The difference between Najib Razak and Guan Eng is that Najib Razak is an anak bangsawan while Guan Eng is an anak pendatang.

Raja Petra Kamarudin

– https://www.malaysia-today.net

https://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/?p=139220

3 June 2016

What is probably the most valuable lesson about this exercise is that the Chinese may be very nasty with their comments but Malays must take this as just the sincerity and honesty of the Chinese about how they feel. If the Malays do the same thing, though, then the Malays must accept that they will be called racists.

NO HOLDS BARRED

Raja Petra Kamarudin

It appears like my article yesterday (Chinese celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law) has upset many Chinese. And some of these Chinese have posted many very nasty comments whacking me for it and some of those comments were downright personal and degrading.

I suppose I should have been more clear in my heading so I apologise if it looked like I was generalising and was painting all Chinese with the same brush. But then in journalism we are taught that a ‘man bites dog’ heading would attract more interest than ‘dog bites man’.

So I chose a ‘man bites dog’ type of heading rather than ‘Some Chinese readers in Malaysiakini celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law’. In short, I was right. The heading ‘Chinese celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law’ attracted more attention and controversy than if I had used ‘Some Chinese readers in Malaysiakini celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law’.

Yes, it was naughty of me, but then that is the only way to make the dog bark — you rattle its chain. And many dogs did indeed bark although some were so awful I was forced to delete their comments lest that triggers another race riot like what happened on 13th May 1969 when some really awful things were said about the Malays (which I personally witnessed in Bangsar where I lived).

This experiment proved something very interesting. First of all, many readers whacked me for highlighting those comments. But they did not whack those who posted the comments, only whacked me for highlighting them.

Secondly, many readers whacked me for the heading and did not get upset about the comments from Malaysiakini. They resented that the heading had the word ‘Chinese’ in it. If it had been ‘Malaysians celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law’, ‘Some Malaysians celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law’, ‘Some Malaysian Chinese celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law’, ‘Malaysiakini readers celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law’, ‘Some Malaysiakini readers celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law’, etc., then that would be okay.

The only issue is that I had included the word ‘Chinese’ in the heading ‘Chinese celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law’ and that is the main objection.

Of course, if I were to say that those who vote for Barisan Nasional are stupid, Sarawakians are stupid for voting Barisan Nasional, Malays are stupid for supporting Umno, Umno supporters are racists, etc., that is not considered generalising. Only if you say ‘Chinese’ would you be considered generalising, plus a racist to boot.

Then it was pointed out that these Chinese readers who commented in Malaysiakini were just being sincere and honest in their comments. Hence we cannot whack them for being sincere and honest. They hate Umno and even hate the family members and in-laws of Umno people. So what is wrong if they make their honest and sincere feelings known?

http://www.malaysia-today.net/my-apology-to-malaysians-of-chinese-ethnicity/

  • How many %, in your opinion, Chinese celebrated?

    How many believe that Raja Petra licks balls to sustain his living?

    When he mentioned the Chinese. Does he also include the MCeeA chowkows?

    May Yee WTF !!! Who want to spend another 6% GST in terms of cebebrating? Don’t ever try to create hatred for accusing the Chinese? If he/she’s fated to face it, nobody could ever escape from the name of “DEATH”. NEVER !!!

    Like · Reply · 2 · 1 hr
    Wan Ismail Annuar

    Wan Ismail Annuar RPK is a mercenary. I spit on his face if I have the chance. No backbone, no principle. Puuuiii!

    Like · Reply · 1 · 1 hr
    Alex Lim
    Alex Lim What a fcking idiots you are RPK Trying to create more hatred between the malays and chinese. Nobody gain by celebrating another person death even if they dont agree politically You are just a fcking animal to make use of one person death to write a malicious and hatred article just becos you need to continue licking your sponsor balls Just a reminder you are a Brits now so dont interfere in malaysian lives FO

Chinese celebrate the death of DPM’s son-in-law

June 2, 2016

After celebrating the death of those involved in the recent Sarawak helicopter crash, the Chinese are now celebrating the death of Syed Alman Zain Syed Alwi, Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s son-in-law.NO HOLDS BARRED

Raja Petra Kamarudin

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http://www.malaysia-today.net/chinese-celebrate-the-death-of-dpms-son-in-law/

 

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