Bulan depan genap setahun peristiwa Low Yat yang menjadi satu titik kesedaran bagi orang-orang Melayu bersatu untuk memperkasakan ekonomi sendiri.
Saya siarkan tulisan Sdri. Helen Ang berhubung persitiwa tersebut dengan kaitan bangsa Cina dan pelampau evangelis yang ditulis beliau hampir setahun lalu.
Haters gonna hate.
Do the DAP evangelistas respect Article 3 of the federal constitution which says that Islam is the religion of the federation?
Do the DAP evangelistas know of Newton’s Third Law of Motion that states “for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”?
“Itu Cina! Itu Cina!”
Last weekend in the vicinity of Low Yat Plaza, three journalists – Chan Woei Loon (Sin Chew reporter), Sam Kar Haur (China Press photographer) and Calvin Foong Yi Kian (Kwong Wah Yit Poh photographer) – were assaulted when covering the riot sparked by Malay youths whom MCA newspaper The J-Star had labelled as “thugs“.
Another major newspaper similarly called the Malay mob “thugs” – see ‘Ruckus erupts between thugs and salespeople in Low Yat‘ (The Sun Daily, 12 July 2015).
There was also separate China Press report of a 28-year-old person known as ‘Ah Dee’ sustaining injuries in the Low Yat-related fracas.
In a separate incident a stone’s throw away from Low Yat, a trio of young men – Patrick Lim, Max Chu and Vincent Peng – all three Chinese and 21 years old, were dragged out from their car and beaten up by the mob. The viral video of their assault has been uploaded by almost all the major Chinese and English-language news outlets.
Relating his harrowing experience, Patrick said he heard shouts of, “Itu Cina! Itu Cina!” from the crowd of Malay youths who were pointing towards his car.
Then a man yanked open the car door and asked Patrick if he was Chinese. See interview, http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/305227 and http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/we-were-treated-like-animals-say-victims-of-low-yat-violence
DAP screams “racists”, Isma counters “chauvinists”
In a press conference at the DAP Kuala Lumpur headquarters on Monday (July 13), acting party chairman Tan Kok Wai accused the mob at Low Yat of inciting racial hatred. See in Teresa Kok’s website, ‘Cops stood by as racist insults hurled outside Low Yat, says DAP’.
Those fanning racial sentiments are the DAP evangelistas
DAP’s posse of Anak Bangsa Malaysia
Echoing her Chairman, DAP Johor Yang Berhormat Wong Shu Qi (Adun Senai, pix above) said in her July 13 press statement, “Umno stoking racism in Low Yat to divert attention” – see screenshot.
YB Wong alleged that “the ruling regime has found it fit to constantly agitate racial tension for its own political survival”.
Wong, who is also the policy director for DAP Johor, added:
“As a ‘Anak Bangsa Malaysia’, I believe all Malaysians are standing together to say NO to racism. It is incumbent on the regime to ensure that the Low Yat incident does not escalate further.”
Isma: “Melayu memang terkenal dengan amuk”
“Cauvinis diaspora inilah saban hari membuat provokasi; memperlekeh ajaran agama Islam, mempersenda budaya orang Melayu, mempersoal kedudukan Islam, Melayu dan institusi Raja dalam kenegaraan Malaysia, menghasut orang Melayu agar membenci mufti dan ulamak, dan sebagainya,” he said.
Hate begets hate, viciousness begets violence
What goes round, comes around
LOOK CAREFULLY AGAIN
Do they really, truly lurrrve Islam as they’ve been loudly professing?