And why don’t Ahmad Hamidi go back to Jogjakarta?

I have emigrated.

I have done so because of chauvinistic pigs like Ahmad Hamidi who think they have a better claim on the land where four generations of my family grew up in than relative newcomers like him.

If you look at the Wikipedia entry into Wan Hamidi, it says that he is of Javanese origin, with with roots in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta. Here you see a photo of Wan Hamidi in Javanese gear being at home in Jogjakarta.


Menteri Pertahanan Malaysia Dr Ahmad Zaid Hamidi bersama dengan Walikota Yogyakarta Haryadi Suyuti ziarah ke Makam Raja Mataram

So you have to wonder at the duplicity that Malaysians have to put up with if they stay in Malaysia. You have this Javanese posing as a Melayu (which is an ethnic group in Riau and Kalimantan, but become elevated to a race in the Malaysian Constitution). The Prime Minister Najib Razak and his father a former Prime Minister are of Bugis origin (see here).

And of course, as we all know, Mahathir is a mixed-blood with Indian being a prominent part of the mix. (The Tunku – Abdul Rahman – was also of mixed blood with Thai coursing through his veins but he’s the only decent chap in the Umno elite)

So you have all these guys with foreign blood running Umno and through Umno, Malaysia for the past five decades. It is rotten to the core and they would have been drummed out of office, if not for widespread fraud.

So emigrate my Malaysian brothers and sisters. Life outside is much better. But if you’re not inclined or do not have the option to emigrate, fight them tooth and nail!

New Malaysian home minister tells unhappy Malaysians to emigrate

PETALING JAYA – Malaysia’s newly-appointed Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has reportedly said that Malaysians who are unhappy with the country’s political system should leave the country, stressing that loyal citizens should respect the rule of law.

Malaysian news website reported on Thursday that in his first opinion piece printed in the Umno-owned Utusan Malaysia daily since receiving the portfolio on Wednesday, Mr Ahmad Zahid wrote that the illegal gatherings held across the country by opposition Pakatan Rakyat coalition was a form of escapism and the denial of the fact that it failed to take control of Putrajaya.

“Malaysia inherited the political system from the United Kingdom and many Commonwealth countries also use the first past the post system where political parties contesting in the election will only have one representative in each constituency with the principle of a simple majority of votes,” he said in a column.

He said opposition leaders, especially those from Parti Keadilan Rakyat and the Democratic Action Party, had been “irresponsible” in confusing young Chinese voters and their followers who are “politically blind” to dress in black to protest against the result of the 13th general election which they believed went in their favour, going by the popular vote.


5 thoughts on “And why don’t Ahmad Hamidi go back to Jogjakarta?

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  1. Just Came Back from Riau and Now Truly Understand That Malaysia is Essentially an Extension of The Land of the Riau Malays. Not being of the Same Decendents of ‘Malays’ it has been an eye opener for me. I suggest All Malaysians Visit Riau to further Understand the Reason for the State of Affairs in Malaysia. In Malaysia It about Preserving the Culture of The Keturunan Indonesia and the Drive for the rights of the Keturunan Cina.


  2. Amazing How Fast Zahid Hamidi announced that he has nothing to do with the Recent Arrests of Opposition and NGO Activists. This is in the True Style of UMNO leaders when they do something wrong.
    Lontar Batu Sorok Tangan.


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