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SARAWAK – THE FALLEN DOMINO

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by “afterdark” from
http://afterdarkwrites.blogspot.com/
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The Sarawak’s election has ended.. My hat is off in respect for them and BN’s machinery’s who’d worked hard to fight for BN’s government during Sarawak’s election.
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One of the most significance dominoes since 1969 – the chinese vs malays – had finally fallen into place. There’s probably a party somewhere (other than in DAP and PAP’s headquarter) celebrating this fallen dominoes.
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Well, at least I’ve done my part. I like to think that by disclosing the primary blueprint in my earlier “2013 ILLUMINATI BLUEPRINT” it had contributed the tiny miny delay of the 2013’s checkmate. The primary blueprint would be perfect if went unstopped. The Luciferians had invested quite a lot in order to prepare for that project. The 2001’s Malay-Indians riot in Klang Lama carries with it all the usual hints that the riot was part of the experiment for a bigger mission. The emergence of Hindraf, who gained it momentum after the British Press feed its publicity stunt on the so called Memorandum to the British government only to have its leaders applying asylum from the same government, is one of the prime example of many interference from abroad.
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In my first 2013’s article I have told you about the attempt to manipulate the Indian race as catalyst to the downfall of UMNO, the Malays and Islam in Malaysia. But if you had ever read it through, you will notice that the plans to use the Indians as sacrificial lamb is never to bring any Indians to power (that would be impossible, regardless of how many Indians and Malays would have died if the blueprint is executed).
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No, the whole idea is not to have the first Indian Prime Minister in Malaysia, it has always been to bring the first Secular Racist Chinese Prime Minister of Malaysia (which in this case refers to DAP). The DAP has and will always treated the Indians as nothing more than a sacrificial goat. The Indians ought to know that by the way they acted in the case of Kampung Buah Pala in Penang.
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So maybe the Luciferians have aborted the primary plan, but does that means that the dominoes have stopped falling?
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Nope, they’re still on tracks. The locomotive used is probably slow on coal rather than the planned electric bullet train, but the arrival time is still expected on schedule. The government’s propaganda machine is adopting too much on straight and predictable offensive nowadays, with every salvo in the political depot being fired at Anwar Ibrahim while the DAP is spared plotting behind him.
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We need to find a way to tell the people, including the Chinese that nothing good will come out from DAP’s winning. I personally believe that the Luciferians no longer have any interest to rule this country for a long term. The prophesied coming of the anti-christ is too near to allow this country from being spared from the global blueprint already in motion. If countries in the Middle East with black gold (oil) can be subjected into the well planned anarchy, then what’s are the chances that they would want to rule this country peacefully?
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No, I don’t think we can hope for the next Singapore in the making. The whole word including the United States and Europe are now deteriorating socially and economically. There’s looming recession in the west, blood spilling in Arab world and an undisclosed nuclear disaster in the east. To expect that our single country will go uphill under DAP rule while the rest of the world is tumbling downhill is statistically nonsense.
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I think people of all races in this country ought to realize that sooner or later, the despair that is now looming all over the world will eventually breached our borders. Once the price of crude oil breached the USD170 per barrel, poverty will spread its tentacle to all walks of life in Malaysia. And once global food production plummets below 40%, the impoverish population will now experience hunger. (watch my youtube channel “when foods rund out” here)
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Poverty and famine are two things which can really turn human beings into the ugliest form of creature. It can turn modern community into killing mobs and if condition is ripe for several groups of mobs to came together under a single murderous intent, then any minorities who could not identified themselves as part of that mob better run away and hide.
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So what are the worse case scenario?
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Let’s say hypothetically that poverty and famine suddenly strike our whole nation at the worst possible time when the country happened to be ruled by ethnic minority, what do think will be the next of sequence of events?
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Of course one might say that the poverty and the famine have nothing to do with the new government. That’s probably true too because you just can’t expect this country to prosper when the rest of the world is suffering. Our economies are too globally connected to isolate us from the economic recession of the world.
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But will the majority of jobless and hungry people listened to such reasoning?
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No, they won’t. They will be blinded by their rage and will only listen to anybody who pointed someone else to blame on. And the blame will go to the new government and the minority race that put that non-indigenous government into power.
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I wouldn’t dare to imagine the things to follow. Indonesia 1998’s bloodshed probably going to look lame compared to that. The last time our people experience poverty and famine was during the World War 2 during the Japanese occupation when people were eating plentiful of tapioca back then. But even with belly full of tapioca, a sino-malay war almost erupted right after the end of Japanese occupation. The war was only averted because of the arrival of the British forces.
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With the Sarawak’s election ended, it’s now become important more than ever for us to ensure the winning of BN in the next general election. We now have barely enough opportunity to prevent the mess that will follows if the DAP establish the first (and maybe the last) ever minority government.
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The Sarawak election had confirmed that the Malaysian Chinese had totally abandoned the 1957’s Social Contract. The Chinese – not entirely by their own fault – no longer consider it necessary to maintain the symbiotic relationship with the Malays. It’s all now about the Chinese for them selves. Sadly speaking, I think that the Satu-Malaysia proposal by the current Prime had failed. There’s no more Satu Malaysia. It’s now the Chinese vs Malays with the Indians waiting to side with the victor.
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I think the only way to intercept the domino now is to focus on winning the general election through the Malay’s votes. It’s become crucial now to politically assassinated Anwar Ibrahim by whatever means necessary. A new strategy is also needed to tell PAS supporters that they are holding the Devil’s hand.
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The good things though coming from Sarawak election is to know that Sabah and Sarawak will remains under Malays even if the whole peninsular states had been wiped out by PAKATAN-DAP. But I do wonder whether we’re witnessing the events that will lead to the birth of two opposing regions namely the West Malaysia vs the East Malaysia (sort of like North Korea vs South Korea). If that happens it will ironic considering that UMNO which was born in Johore eventually be defended by the State of Sabah whom once called as “Negeri orang Kafir” (During PBS era) . It would be more ironic if these lead to the coming of the Black Banners from the lower part of Borneo especially when PAS leaders once called the Sarawakians as “masih memakai cawat”.
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Impossible? Maybe.. But from history we saw that people who thought themselves as God’s favorites and better from others are usually disappointed to learn otherwise. PAS supporters look at themselves holier that thou would be shocked if they know the type of people they’re now associating with within PKR and DAP. The people of Borneo on the other hand always were considered as the second class within UMNO. Time will see if the universe will shows its irony card once again, as has always happened in the past.
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8 Komen to SARAWAK – THE FALLEN DOMINO

  1. strongly support your statements.chinese in malaysia are given privileges and enjoy opportunities accorded to oher communities as compared to their countrymen in other countries like thailand,indonesia,phillipines etc.please remember malayan emergency and may 13.who started it…everybody suffered, let it be malays, chinese or indians….history must be remembered.

  2. umnoover says:

    Things are more complicated with the Malays are not seeing the big picture. Most of them are too engrossed with the PAS&PKR vs Umno or can’t be bothered with politics at all.

    The same is not happening to the Chinese. They don’t need to see the big picture. There can only be one favourable picture. For them it is easier to comprehend and straight forward: Support DAP and there is a hope for power and equalities in Malaysia (i.e no Bumi priviledges).

    Racial crisis seems inevitable should the trend continues. No one race can have everything and policies cannot satisfy everybody. But when there is a clash between one group with plenty of RM and another group with plenty members, things can go awfully wrong with just a small provocation.

    It is a dliemma of strategies to be undertaken to preserve the current situation of peace, stability and rightful rights to the owners.

    By banking only on Malay votes in the next GE, we are going for broke. Or shall we use the ‘politically correct’ strategy that we’re using now? Both have their own risks. There is hardly any room for trial and error. Hence our level of desire, confidence and understanding of the entire situation will determine which course of action is best for us.

    Time is running out. The exit floodgates of BN Chinese voters had long been opened. The Malays are still malaise on the urgency of unification of political parties for a common agenda. Are we destined to doom or there will be some kind of saviour to realise everyone of us on the importance before it is to late and unretractable?

    Time will tell and by God, I hope for a better fate for the Malays.

    • afterdark says:

      I think we’re broke already, and like they said the paupers can’t be choosy. The politically correct approach won’t work. The Chinese will only be compelled to perform the Social Contract if they knew for certain that Pakatan will drown in the next GE and they’ll be drown if they stay on the boat. Sarawak’s poll failed to do just that. So the approach had to be changed into something less conventional. Risky yes, but who knows it might works.

  3. anti bohmau says:

    could things be that bad? what we’re advocating in schools to our youngsters does not work outside the school compound anymore…children see neither colour nor races when at play with each other but once they go to the next level, things start to fall apart..the adults seem to forget that in a multiracial country like ours, one should not instill hatred among the youth as this will develop into racial tension after awhile..it’s difficult to turn back if things have turned ugly.
    politics in malaysia nowadays is becoming uglier with each party trying to overshadow one another in terms of fighting for their party’s rights. if we keep playing the race card, at the end of the day, everything will be doomed…but how are we going to strengthen our nation, though?

    • afterdark says:

      Things shouldn’t be that bad if our economy is booming like in the early 90’s. But unfortunately we’re in the early 21st century where the economies f**k up global. The US in the verge of bankruptcy but still spends money on war in the middle east and that’s certain to jack up the oil price. Then there’s disaster in Japan screwing its economy and the emergence of China as country which only sells but didn’t buy. Seriously speaking, when all these factors crashed together on our head it wouldn’t matter who’s ruling this Country. Malaysia’s economy will be in the `survival’ mode barely able to breath on its own domestic products to feeds its population. If the Malay still rule at least the grudging Malays will only blame UMNO for their misery (as they always did). That’s not too bad considering that we bickers all the time but it’s still manageable since 1969. But if DAP happens to be on top during the economy crash, all the violent Malays will bond together in search of target for the blaming game. It would be a disastrous mistake if the Chinese think that the generation of the group that will wage a war on them is UMNO. We maybe melayu ultra but we’re definitely not left wing extremists. The one who will be the first to wield their machete against the Chinese will be the ex-members of PKR (left wing extremist) and PAS (the khawarij). These group of people has always been the sort of Malays who refused to apply the common sense and adopted violence behavior. So I guess if we want to save our Chinese neighbors, we better triple our efforts to win the next General Election. For the sake of Islam as the religion of peace, we have to try to save the Chinese from their own mistakes.

  4. takbai says:

    when these situation arised then the goverment had to focus on the rural area. without fail since independance these are the stronghold that protected the country. maybe not all of the Chinese are at fault but we know that DAP instigate on racis issue that’s make them being divided between race and dignity. while PAS is harping on religion issue and PKR on equal right that’s make UMNO to be the only heroes for the Malay’s. but don’t worry as GOD had fated that UMNO is still the leader to lead Malaysia with the help of the Chinese and Indian. GOD bless all Malaysian.

    • afterdark says:

      Thank you takbai for your comments. In my previous article “Domino Masih Jatuh” I stated there inter alia:-

      “satu-satunya cara untuk kita menghalang kejatuhan domino adalah dengan cara berpolitik secara Islam” “Hindarkanlah daripada menggunakan perkataan-perkataan yang keji dan mencaci ketika berkempen atau menulis di dalam blog-blog kerana tidaklah akan mendapat rahmat Allah dalam perjuangan kita sekiranya kita memaki hamun atau menggelar mana-mana orang dengan nama-nama yang sungguh tidak sedap didengar”.

      The reason why I put this in my article was because I believe that if we adopted the Reformasi-style of blogging, the we will loose the blessings of Allah. Unfortunately no one appear to listen. That article is probably one of the most unpopular article I’ve ever written. It suffers a visit less than 246.

      I will pray everyday for our efforts be blessed by Allah. Our intention is good that is to avoid animosity amongst races even though the only way that can happens is to maintain the 1957 social contract. Hopefully other blogger will adopt a better style of blogging. Our friends since 1970 had abandoned us, lets not late the Almighty doing the same.

  5. after dawn says:

    I shall agree with Afterdark to utilise islamic ways and means, that is very ideal but in contrast we have party calimed to be so and run by people who also claimed to be so but they are the ones who exercise most of the tools of fitnah, tuduh, caci mencaci, membohong like this guy Mat Sabu, and end of the day they ahve been likened most. Why???? The Malays and Muslim in this country has lost their intelectual and spritual values when power is in their dream. Very machevelian isnt it? and worst still the Chinese is having persistent attitude of being anti establishment, insular minded and selfish. Can we just sit and talk openly and frankly to improve? if the answer is no, it means we are laying our landmines and timebomb to our next generation.

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