بِسْمِ اللّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ
Thanks to PM Najib. Under him, the kiasu chauvinistic character of some Chinese, all these while "manifestly hidden" are laid bare.
The chauvinist-kiasu Chinese sees himself as a “Chinese First.” In our nation where the chauvinist-kiasu Chinese reside, he is a “Malaysian Second” for the Chinese is always a Chinese First. Thus the chauvinist-kiasu Chinese puts his interest first before national interests. But when he is treated thus, he'll act up his crybaby antics and protests.
The Chinese promotes chineseism where ever he may resides in. This works to his benefit. For the Chinese fears nothing more than a Malaysian Kebangsaan View which has its root at "Berasaskan Kebudayaan Melayu" over all other Budayas for they being a "Budaya Yang Didatangkan" including Chineseism. But the Chinese believes that Chineseism is the superior Budaya. For this the Chinese looks down upon the Malays as being inferior to him.
The Chinese uses the battle cry of “Racisism” against the Malays to prevent any criticism of his conduct, his ideas, and his agenda.
The Chinese is hell bent on his self-preservation. Though all Malaysians love the good life, they promote Chineseism, in order that they will always have a place to escape to.
The Chinese would like to see the Malay way of life destroyed, defamed, discarded, and mocked by first labling it as lazy/slow, unproductive and depending all too often on tungkats. For in it contains the historical record of the taking-it-easy way of doing things and he mockingly poke fun and aggravations using terms like "Ketuanan Melayu" or "Ampun Tuanku". The Chinese wishes to eradicate this historical fact for it places him, being "superior" in a inferior position to an inferior. Thus we have Chinese thorny heroes like Namewee or Helen Ang, Soi Lek, Kaa Siong or Kit Siang.
The Chinese though he may be non religious makes a good show of honouring the religious authority or all religious questions and matters, for they know, to meddle with the religious matter of the Malay is to touch the red button. But they are taking advantage of the halal haram question.
The Chinese may promote “equality amongst men” yet he sees himself in a self conscious ethnic group that he considers as being superior to all others.
The Chinese, especially the chauvinist-kiasu Chinese, when confronted with the claims of common Kebangsaan interese will always reply, “I was born a Chinese and I will die a Chinese.” What he means is, “I will never become an Anak Bangsa as laid out by any of your laws.”
The Chinese loves to be in control. The Chinese loves to be at the top of the ladder. If Melayuness were again to be predominant as during the struggle against Malay Union, the Chinese would be horror-struck. For then he will have to accept the so called "overlordship" of "Ketuanan Melayu", an imaginary creation of their "Superior" mind just to demonise the Malays. The Chinese have turned into a stubborn, stiff-necked hater of Melayus, and a supporter of imported foreign values destructive to togetherness and brotherhood.
The Chinese will use every means possible to undermine national asperations of muhibbah, brotherhood and togetherness. He will always cry, “Look how they alienate us!” as if he is an innocent lamb without any faults. But whenever someone shows why “they did this to them” he shouts back, “You’re a superfacist racist!’