Thursday, June 22, 2017

Will Chinese vote for an anti-Chinese?

In a way it's good that Pakatan Harapan (PH) is still unable to name a person as its preferred PM.

f**k him 

It means the component parties are of or near-equal strength in the leadership power-struggle, a leadership power struggle that have been strongly affected by (i) bad history among them, (ii) distrust, (iii) suspicion about future intents, (iv) personalities a la 2 tigers can't live on one mountain, and (v) motivation.

Though the DAP is still the biggest component party in terms of numbers of MPs and ADUNs, and will probably still be after GE-14, we need to leave it out of the power struggle as it is in a very weak position to offer a PM-designate because its leading experienced personalities are mainly non-Malays.

This brings us to the cruel reality that Malaysian politics had been, has been, is and will be about race, namely, the Ketuanan status of Malays.

Only a Malay can be PM of Malaysia for at least the next 100 years.

And that's why Mahathir has named his party as Pribumi, offensive as it might have sound and probably insulted the non-Malays, as he wants to (a) assure the Malay Heartland of his bona fides to lead them, and (b) to keep the party 'pure' and uncontaminated.

Whatever, the DAP as represented by Lim Kit Siang (though I have doubts about his role as the '100% accepted' representative of the DAP) has already sold its political soul to backing Mahathir, so we can ignore its preference which is a given that it (or rather, Lim Kit Siang himself) will be pro Mahathir.

Last chance for the
 Septuagenarian after half a century of diligent work but finishing off poorly with 3 lamentable last years.

Now, what stands between Mahathir and the PH top position are, no, not the DAP as you would have once expected, but (a) a segment of PKR and (b) the Malaysian voters.

The Chinese voters must remember 1969 when Mahathir told them to f**k off with their votes as he needn't need Cinakui's support.

The Chinese voters must remember the 1950's when he opposed Tunku's agreement to offer Malayan citizenships to the Chinese and Indians.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

93 by GE-14?

FMT - PKR Youth tells Mahathir not to stand in GE14 (extracts):

GEORGE TOWN: PKR Youth wants former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to assure everyone that he will not contest in the next general election or offer himself as prime minister-designate.

PKR deputy youth chief Dr Afif Bahardin wants the veteran leader to make way for “vigour, charisma and new blood”.

Dr Afif said PKR Youth had the highest respect for Dr Mahathir for joining the opposition pact, but felt it was better for the “next generation” to take over Putrajaya.

He said PKR Youth respected its de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim for staying out of contention for the post of prime minister if Pakatan Harapan (PH) were to win the 14th general election, but expressed sadness nevertheless.

His statements come in the wake of talk that Dr Mahathir would become interim PM if the opposition were to win in GE14, as its original PM-designate Anwar is currently in jail.

In Dr Afif Bahardin saying PKR wants the veteran leader to make way for “vigour, charisma and new blood” and for the next generation to take over the reins of Putrajaya, he was reminding everyone that Mahathir is not only 92 years old, but also a former PM who:

  • trashed the Constitution,
  • emasculated the Senate and Judiciary
  • controlled the EC & BTN, and 

... wasted billions, yes billions and not mere millions of ringgit, in:

  • Forex trading as if Malaysia was a casino player,
  • Maminco as if he could outwit the Poms,
  • Perwaja in his unrealistic dream of having heavy industries under his reign,
  • Bakun Dam,
  • Proton car, his pet toy.

not true, I support BR1Malaysia though I may restrict it to pribumi's only 

He even 'persuaded' Petronas to build (at that time) the world's tallest building because he liked/likes silly records of 'biggest, tallest, longest, thickest, etc etc etc - money no problem when there's Bank Negara and Petronas.

What an expensive way for Malaysians to see him as a former PM indulged in his likes and dislikes. As for dislikes there was Memali, Ops Lalang, Sabah election 1994 and various allegations of Ops Blue IC.

But we read in Malaysiakini that Dr M: It will be churlish not to accept PM post if... (wakakaka):

In an interview with Channel News Asia, the man who believe the delusion he is Emperor of Malaysia said:  "If, in the end, nobody comes forward, nobody agrees to any candidate and they point out to me, it'll be churlish of me, just because I want to retire and rest and all that, not to respond to them.

"If there are no more candidates and if all the parties in the coalition agree I should be a part-time, interim prime minister, I'll come back," he said.

Mahathir, however, admitted that he wants to "participate in the restructuring of the nation".

Ya right, of course you can bet your bottom ringgit he wants to "participate in the restructuring of the nation".

And hadn't he already informed us that under a Pribumi government, the PM will have to report all new policies to the Chairperson of Pribumi (which coincidentally he is) for approval before those cabinet proposed policies can be announced and implemented.

By the by, 'churlish' is a very Pommie word, how impressive considering he was known for his 'Look East' policy, wakakaka.

Japanese proverb 蓼食う虫も好き好き
tade ku mushi mo suki zuki "There is no accounting for tastes".

But let's look at some possible seats for him.

When he was warring with AAB, Kubang Pasu played him out, so I wonder whether in GE-14, when UMNO is still under Najib, Kubang Pasu will screw him again?

Pagoh? But then Moody will have to look for a new seat which may be perilous for a future Minister of Oil & Petroleum, wakakaka.

Jerlun, Mukhriz old seat? I heard it's saturated with the Moonies.

Gelang Patah? Wakakaka. Hmmm, I could bring myself to support Mahathir replacing Lim Kit Siang.

Batu? Why not as Tian Chua will be barred from GE-14 unless his appeal against his RM3,000 fine for mouthing obscenities at the police will be successful.

didn't your mum tell you not to say bad words?

But Dr Afif Bahardin and the Youth section may rebelled against Azmin giving Batu away to his Uncle.

He could of course either contest in Pekan (wakakaka) or in Putrajaya (his creation), presumably against UMNO midget Tengku Adnan, wakakaka.

Gayness in Malaysian university

MM Online - Foreign student: Local university tried to cover up sexual harassment (extracts):

sexual harassment occur not only among heterosexuals 

KUALA LUMPUR, June 21 — A foreign exchange student has accused a university here of attempting to suppress his alleged molest by another student.

The Japanese national claimed the university has done nothing about the incident on April 30, when he alleged he was inappropriately touched by another male student, despite multiple complaints.

He said he also lodged a police report over the incident after the university did not act, which he said the university then forced him to withdraw, purportedly to protect its reputation.

The university’s international student centre also refused to help him and even tried to persuaded him to drop the case, he claimed in a post on social media.

He also claimed that he was told by one of the officers that the “colleges reputation is more important than student’s safety”.

The 20-year-old has not heard anything from the university since May 25, and has left the country after completing his law degree, but added that he will return to pursue this case.

When contacted, the university confirmed the existence of the case but declined to share details.

Do you remember my post 7 days ago titled Sodom dalam Selimut?

In that post I wrote (extracts):

In Malaysia, there was a not-quite-similar allegation about Malay males, that there have been many sodomites among them, yang suka main belakang, although unlike the Australian case, no percentile ratio was mentioned.

Needless to say, true or otherwise, the sodomy issue has been given prominence by a very senior politician. And as we have been informed by RPK (wakakaka) there are more than one well-known sodomite in our nation, including a prosecutor, so on, so forth.

Once, a very prominent former civil servant (Indian) mentioned that sexual activities among males themselves would likely exist in boys boarding schools like MCKK, etc.

Thus I wasn't surprised to read MM Online's Three boys sodomise fellow inmate in Melaka rehab school, assuming they are Malay boys.

And my narration led us to the sad tragedy of T Nhaveen, an 18-year old Indian teenager bashed so mercilessly until he went into a state of comatose, where the doctors pronounced him as brain-dead and then completely dead.

Yesterday in my post 'Man up' was lie I wrote that those bullies of T Nhaveen, prior to his hospitalisation and death, sodomised him by inserting a bottle-like object into his anus. That's definitely not to 'man-up' Nhaveen but to brutalise him for what those bullies saw as his seeming effeminate mannerisms.

It was to punish Nhaveen for what they didn't like about him, maybe because they hate effeminate young men, maybe because the Health Ministry moronic anti-LGBT campaign has encouraged them or maybe they possess LGBT tendencies themselves which they dare not admit.

I reiterated my suspicions that the worst abusers of LGBTs have been closeted LBGTs themselves. I suspect latent gayness had at times arose in forms of violence, employed to mask the sexual proclivity of the offenders who subconsciously could be ashamed of their own sexual proclivities.

The MM Online article shows the university's terrible and in fact criminal-inclined governance in attempting to cover up a case of gay sexual abuse.

But more importantly (since we know our universities or rather their administrators are not institutions to be respected in most aspects), there exists gayness among Malaysian males.

It's not a sin to be gay, though in Malaysia when the Health Ministry could come up with a moronic anti-LGBT campaign, it is considered by the religious and thus secular authorities to be, and also a possible crime under some quaint medieval laws.

Gayness is in your DNA. You've either got it or you haven't.

One of my visitors worked it out that there could be one Malay gay male in every 25 males whereas in Australia it's estimated (by word of mouth) it's one in every eight males.

It's not your fault if you are gay but if you abuse others sexually, then you are a criminal not so much for your gayness but for your criminal sexual abuse.

The key word towards non-criminality is 'consensual sex' although it has to be said Anwar Ibrahim did not benefit from that status, which has made us wonder why or how Saiful has manage to escape the arms of the law.

Anwar was charged under Section 377B of the Malaysian Penal Code which states:

Punishment for committing carnal intercourse against the order of nature. “Whoever voluntarily commits carnal intercourse against the order of nature shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to twenty years, and shall also be liable to whipping.”

If it had been non-consensual sex with Saiful, meaning he raped the victim, then Anwar should have been charged under Section 377C which states:

Whoever voluntarily commits carnal intercourse against the order of nature on another person without the consent, or against the will, of the other person, or by putting the other person in fear of death or hurt to the person or any other person, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term of not less than five years and not more than twenty years, and shall also be liable to whipping.

But as Anwar was charged under Section 377B, it implies said sodomy was not without consent nor against the will of the other participant, in short, a probable consensual act.

[there was also a suspicion that Section 377B had been more convenient and easier to charge and prove than Section 377C]

Nonetheless, while you ponder or/and rage over that question, wakakaka, the authorities must shrug off the medieval arm-lock of the Islamic religious authorities and consider medical-psychological and social-community support for Malay and Malaysian males and females, in fact the entire group of LGBT.

Take care of god's children. Embrace not ostracise them. He bestowed upon then that unique DNA so if you don't like them blame Him.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

'Man up' was lie

Mariam Mokhtar asked in Malaysiakini, Is Nhaveen a casualty of hate campaign against LGBT? (extracts):

COMMENT | Was the Ministry of Health's recent competition, to "prevent homosexuality", a contributory factor in the attack against 18-year-old T Nhaveen? Did his bullies beat him to make sure he was macho and a "real man"?

When it was first announced, activists warned the authorities that the LGBT community would be further traumatised and that there would be increased hatred and loathing for them.

This competition offered cash prizes, ranging from RM1,000 to RM4,000, for those who could produce the best anti-LGBT videos. There is no doubt that the videos helped fuel more intolerance against the LGBT community.

Well, the Malaysiakini news headline have been a bit outdated because Nhaveen has passed away due to the serious beatings he received. It should instead have read Was Nhaveen a casualty of hate campaign against LGBT? 

And apart from the mafulat-ish moronic competition held by the Health Ministry (which subsequently back-pedalled by removing the terms 'gender confusion' and 'LGBT' in the video competition, but which Minister Subramaniam must nonetheless explain), we need to examine further the claim by some that those bullies beat Nhaveen to make sure he was macho and a "real man".

Another term people like those loved to use was 'to man the pondan up'.

That's utter bullshit.

this one by Education Ministry and you wonder why none of our university ever reaches top 100 ranking in the world

If they had wanted to 'man up' Nhaveen, those bullies would have taken him for a piss-up at a bar or to the brothel for a screw.

Instead they sodomised him by inserting a bottle-like object into his anus. That's definitely not to 'man-up' Nhaveen but to brutalise him for what those bullies saw as his seeming effeminate mannerisms.

It was to punish Nhaveen for what they didn't like about him, maybe because they hate effeminate young men, maybe because the Health Ministry moronic anti-LGBT campaign has encouraged them or maybe they possess LGBT tendencies themselves which they dare not admit.

“Bollywood is filled with closeted gays who pretend to be straight”

says Kirron Kher

Yes, the worst abusers of LGBTs have been closeted LBGTs themselves.

'Man-up' was a bloody blooming bastard of an excuse to bash poor Nhaveen, an excuse totally incongruous with the sickening brutalities perpetuated on him.

Dear Leader made KT applaud PKR

MM Online - Dr M: PKR mistrust an obstacle to Pakatan registration (extracts):

KUALA LUMPUR, June 20 ― Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has claimed that former political rival PKR’s suspicions of him are hampering the registration of Pakatan Harapan as a formal coalition.

According to a Channel News Asia report, the former prime minister said the level of mistrust was such that the Opposition parties were even having trouble deciding on what his position should be in the pact.

“(I think some of them) worry, they distrust... they feel like I’m still in the show, hijacking the party ― this kind of thinking,” he was quoted in the Channel News Asia report. [...]

“They find it difficult to even decide on the name for me. I’m not asking to lead or anything like that, but it is them who requested,” he said.

Dr Mahathir said there was another proposal to refer to him as executive advisor, which he labelled as ridiculous.

I would never have thought that PKR becomes truer to its party ideology and principles than the DAP in not trusting Mahathir, a despicable draconian dictator who persecuted Anwar Ibrahim and would-be reformers.

My applause for PKR does not cover Azmin Ali who I am sure supports his Uncle kau kau and who is likely to have personal ambitions beyond and above Anwar.

But it shames me immensely to see PKR members sticking it out against their arch foe, while someone in the DAP unbelievably sucks up to Mahathir with even preposterous glowing acclaims. Pathetic! Chow kau!

To be fair to the DAP membership in general, its shameless volte-face belakang-pusing-ing on its policy stand has largely been driven by the personal power-lust of one man, who hungers for power at his career twilight years, whatever whichever however it takes. Read also the 929 & 617 Declarations.

I despair of his song-sang treachery to the party's ideal and principles.

Read also:

Bullies are born!

MM Online - Families of Nhaveen’s attackers fight lonely battle (extracts):

grieving Shanti, mum of murdered Nhaveen 

GEORGE TOWN, June 19 — Families of the five suspects accused of beating teenager T. Nhaveen to death are said to be unable to find legal representation.

A brother of one of the suspects said none of the five families were successful in hiring defence counsels as the legal fraternity had practically abandoned them.

The five suspects are expected to be charged for murder today where the mandatory punishment is death.

The brother suspects that public sentiment had gone against them, influencing professionals such as lawyers and politicians.

Former counsel V. Parthiban stood in for them during the remand process, and has since declared that he would no longer represent them because there were no new instructions from them.


The brother claimed he had also received threatening calls after his identity was revealed to certain quarters.

He added that the entire neighbourhood in Gelugor seemed to have forsaken them, and it was sad that innuendo and presumption had come to influence society as a whole.

There is a “herd mentality” in this case, the brother said, urging people to remain calm and to allow justice to take its course.

He said that he was disappointed that the common belief where a “man was innocent until proven guilty,” was not observed.

My simplified answer to the/his belief 'a man is innocent until proven guilty' would be there's no such thing in reality, as the average human beings living in society are generally suspicious, prepared to believe in the worse and plain damn bloody nasty.

And it seems, from the complaint that the families of the four charged with murder have being unable to find legal representation, my reckoning would also cover the legal fraternity in Penang.

Since the recent happenings of alleged murders of young men resulting from bullying, beating and torturing, either by fellow students or by an assistant school supervisor, there have been all sorts of pontificating articles sermonizing that teachers share part of the blame as do parents, as do society in general, namely, that we are all to be blamed for the non-reporting and condoning of such bullying, that we failed to raise those bullies up decently, that bullies are not born but 'made' through piss-poor adult behavioural examples, etc etc etc.

Kaytee's reaction to all above is yes, that might have been 'some' iota of truth in those (above) pompous pontificating pathetic self-flagellation, but the reality is that, for example, 'serial killers were not made but born'. Thus, similarly, bullies were not only made but also born. You can't 'un-made' such bullies.

And that's precisely why you have bullies, abusers, sadists, torturers and alleged murderers of T. Nhaveen, Zulfarhan Osman Zulkarnain and Mohamad Thaqif Amin Mohd Gaddafi, as we had such people in the past before, in fact, all over the world.

the late Joyti Singh

in India in 2012

As an earlier report on The Huffington Post noted Wednesday, the young woman, reportedly a paramedical student, was brutally raped by up to six men on Sunday. The sexual assault spanned several hours and left the woman close to death. Her friend, described as a “male companion,” was also attacked, reportedly beaten with metal rods. Both were assaulted after boarding a private bus and were eventually dumped on the side of a road.

A Hindustan Times report on Thursday has revealed more shocking details about the assault. The paper reports the woman was not only raped and beaten, but was also “violated with a metal rod.”

“It appears to be that a rod was inserted into her and it was pulled out with so much force that the act brought out her intestines...

That is probably the only thing that explains such severe damage to her intestines,”
said a doctor at Safdarjung Hospital where the woman is being treated.

Indian prosecutors revealed shocking details about a recent infamous gang-rape. A juvenile suspect was the most brutal abuser: He reportedly pulled out the victim’s intestine, and offered to toss her out of the bus. He may avoid capital punishment.

I know of brothers where three have been good men but one (the fourth) would be real nasty, naturally nasty with a lust for heckling, hurting and harming people.

I have personal experience working with such an evil man (Chinese, no racism involved) who just loves to be a really bad bad bad batu api, to fabricate tales to harm his office colleagues, to poison the Boss' mind against them.

He came from a good family but unlike his family, he was a real bastard, a man so bad and black in his heart I have to call him evil in the very sense of the word.

Part of his poisonous campaign against his co-workers was for his self-promotion but I could see part of it was his perverse sense of delight, a man with a terrible toxic pool of Schadenfreude within his black soul.

Bullies are born!

Monday, June 19, 2017

Zaid's cabinet

From Malaysiakini:

Zaid Ibrahim proposed certain PH members as his choice to be in the PH cabinet. 

But before we read his list, let's check on what is meant by the 'inner' cabinet?

It is said to be a group of the most important members of the cabinet, who may meet with the Prime Minister (PM) and decide policy away from the rest of the Cabinet.

In the USA, the 'inner cabinet' consists of the [I will use the equivalent British and/or Malaysian terms in square parentheses]:

a. Departments of Justice [no equivalent but consider it as the AG cum Law Ministry],

b. Treasury [British Exchequer/ Malaysian Finance],

c. State [Foreign Affairs], and

d. Defense [Defence].

The Secretary of State [Foreign Affairs], Secretary of the Treasury [Finance], Secretary of Defense [Defence], and Attorney General are also known in the USA as 'The Big 4'.

I would say the British and Malaysian governments have more or less the same ranking with perhaps one addition, Home Affairs, though the Battle of Order, or the ministry relative importance, in the 'inner cabinet' of the Malaysian government [apart from the PM and DPM] would in my opinion be:

a. Home Affairs [USA - equivalent maybe Homeland Security cum Police cum Immigration etc]

b. Finance [USA - Treasury]

c. Defence

d. Foreign Affairs [USA - State]

Yes, in Malaysia, Foreign Affairs is quite low in its importance in the 'inner cabinet' compared to the USA's State Department, while I believe Home Affairs is an extremely important ministry which comes next only after the PM and DPM.

Each country has its ministerial pecking order where I think in Australia, any ministry dealing with Rural affairs and Aborigine affairs would have greater importance.

Thus in Malaysia, with our history of insurgency and political turmoil, Home Affairs has a very important role. The ministry controls many important agencies such as police, security intelligence (CIA cum FBI), immigration, etc.

In the earlier years, the Education Ministry was vital to any aspiring UMNO person wanting to be PM because it provided grass-root support from the highly politically-involved and politically-minded Malay teachers who would be mostly UMNO members. Mahathir, Anwar, Najib all went through this ministry.

But today Podah to Education, UMNO members want contracts (money) which would come from the Finance Ministry which has been why it was held by Mahathir, AAB and still is held by Najib.

Our dear Zaid has recommend the following PH pollies to the 'inner cabinet' inclusive of PM and DPM:

PM - Mahathir (Pribumi)

DPM - vacant

Home - Pribumi tied post

Finance - Azmin Ali

Defence - Mat Sabu

Foreign Affairs - Pribumi tied post 

Nice going, Zaid. 

Oh, BTW, Moody has been recommended by Zaid to be Minister of Oil & Petroleum (Pribumi), wakakaka - very sheik and very nice.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Mahathir: Memecat Anwar Bukan Kesilapan?

From Malaysiakini - Anwar fears Bersatu's plans for Harapan too similar to BN (extracts):

Pribumi is an exclusive ketuanan party for people like me 

what about me? Puhleeeze Tun 

PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim is worried that Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia's (Bersatu) proposal to occupy both the position of chairperson and president in Pakatan Harapan may make the opposition coalition's structure too similar to BN.

"The concern with Bersatu's proposal to revamp Harapan's structure, in which its top leaders would control the positions of chairperson and president, is that the new Harapan structure will become similar to BN," the jailed leader said in a statement released through his party.

Bersatu had reportedly proposed that its chairperson and former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad and party president Muhyiddin Yassin be made Harapan chairperson and president respectively, in a Harapan presidential council meeting last Friday.

Anwar said he therefore invites Harapan leaders to review and amend the proposal to maintain Harapan's consensus-based structure.

"Pakatan Harapan must maintain its tradition of discussion and consensus, like in (now-defunct opposition coalition) Pakatan Rakyat.

"All party chiefs are of equal positions and the chairperson only acts as a coordinator.

"All preparations and meeting agendas should be handled by a joint secretariat comprising representatives from all parties."

Anwar should know (Mahathir's sinister motive) as he was Mahathir's deputy, right-hand man and heir-apparent in UMNO for years, as well as suffering his former boss' oppression.

In the event Pakatan Harapan (PH) wins the election in GE-14, Mahathir obviously aims to control PH (as a BN-like coalition) and consequently the next Malaysian government, all for his own devious plans, which in general will not be favourable to Chinese and Indians and even most Malays, unless they are his cronies.

Should DAP refuse to 'come to heel' (obey him), it's likely he will break off his Pribumi from PH, assuming Pribumi has won a sizeable number of seats, to form a new coalition (called 'Pribumi-est', wakakaka) with the losing UMNO, and perhaps even with PAS and PKR, to seize government from PH, that is of course if the new 'Pribumi-est' coalition can form a majority (under current numbers, at least 112 seats).

Nothing good will come out of allying one's party with a devious bigot like Mahathir who for a scary start, dislikes Chinese since Day One (the 1960's), and showed it in spades in 1969 when he told the Cinapeks in his Alor Setar Selatan constituency to take their Cinakui votes and shaft it where the sun didn't shine.

Yusof Rawa, PMIP (PAS)
the 1st PMIP (PAS) candidate voted massively by Chinese 

They (those Cinakuis) did just that, giving their votes to Yusof Rawa of PMIP (today's PAS), wakakaka. But was Mahathir repentant for his arrogant bigoted big mouth? Nay, he hated the Chinese even more.

Wikipedia tells us that Mahathir had been politically active since the end of the Japanese occupation of Malaya, when he joined protests against the granting of citizenship to non-Malays under the short-lived Malayan Union.

And he has on more than one occasion alluded to the 'ungrateful' Chinese that Malay privileges was, is and must be a quid pro quo for Tunku's stupidity in giving them citizenships, ignoring how Malaya had gained its Independence through a consensual agreement between the three major ethnic groups of Malaya and the British. Memang seorang Melayu Mamak mudah lupa.

Two other items he hated and disagreed with Tunku were:

(a) retention of British and Commonwealth forces in Malaya (not yet Malaysia) after Merdeka, and

(b) the inclusion of the economically-strong Chinese-majority Singapore in the subsequent merger to form Malaysia. 

What would have happened to Malaysia if Tunku had passed away much earlier due to, say, a sudden massive heart attack immediately after Merdeka, say, in 1958, and a nascent powerful young Mahathir reached the upper policy-making echelon of UMNO then and had his wish-list accepted and implemented?

1. Would a then Malaya, without the presence of British and Commonwealth forces in Malaya (the Peninsula) and without a Chinese-dominated Police Special Branch, the principal Intelligence in the fight against the Communist terrorists, cope ably with the communist insurgents?

2. Would a subsequent Malaysia but minus British and Commonwealth forces (and minus British colony Singapore) cope with the Indonesian Konfrontasi and an aggressive Philippines claiming North Borneo?

3. Where would the then 38% of Chinese in Malaya in 1957, numbering approximately 2.4 million, go if Mahathir's intention NOT to give them citizenship was approved as government policy?

(49% Malays at 3.2 million, 11% Indian at 720,000, 2% Others at 100,000+  - total Malayan including Chinese and Others was approximately 6.4 million)

Would those Cinapeks:

(i) hung around as stateless people like Hmong tribes in Thailand and Laos?

(ii) be expatriated by the British to its former colonies in Singapore, Sarawak, North Borneo, Hong Kong and the (wakakaka) Falkland Islands?

(iii) be expelled by Home Affairs Minister Mahathir as 'boat people' and 'shot' (or 'shoo', wakakaka) if they attempted to sail back to Persekutuan Melayu?

Something to remind you or those who then too young to know what was going on, as follows.

too many Chinese already

if Cambodian Muslim-Malays, Indon & Pinoy Melayu, okay lah 

From The Washington Post (19 June 1979) - Malaysia, in Clarification, Says It Will Not Shoot Refugees (extracts):

The Malaysian government assured the world tonight it would neither shoot Vietnamese refugees nor evict them from camps, but warned other countries it is losing patience with the slow pace of resettlement.

Attempting to clarify reports that had caused a worldwide alarm, Malaysian officials insisted there had been no drastic change in policy but emphasized they will continue to block landings by new refugees.

In a letter to U.N. Secretary General Kurt Waldheim, Prime Minister Datuk Hussein Onn declared: "I wish to state that our measures to prevent further inflow of the boat people do not include shooting them."

But he said that if the refugees are not eventually settled in third countries, Malaysia will either force those sheltered here back into the sea on boats or leave them "to rot" in their camps.

His statement contradicted the assertion last Friday by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Mahathir Mohammed who, according to several news agencies, threatened that new refugees would be shot and that the estimated 75,000 in camps here would be put back to sea. He also was reported to have said that Malaysia is building a fleet of boats to faciliate the refugees' expulsion.

From ASDT (extracts):

Robert H. Miller, appointed Ambassador to Malaysia in 1977, discusses the ethnic tensions in the country at the time in dealing with a flood of refugees.

MILLER: One of the big crises was when a big old cargo boat called the Hai Hong arrived, for the first time on the west coast of Malaysia, about 20 miles from Kuala Lumpur, with 2500 refugees aboard who were not starving, but were underfed, and among whom disease was beginning to break out. It was an overcrowded, desperate humanitarian situation.

The Malaysian government’s reaction was to tow the ship out to sea and not let it land. It was the last straw for them. I was getting urgent instructions from Washington not to allow that boat to be towed out to sea. The U.S. TV network cameramen were there to film this thing. 

I went to see the Prime Minister [Hussein Onn], and we talked the thing out and he finally agreed–he was being pressed, of course, by his experts to get the thing towed out to sea so that they could ignore it. 

But finally, the Prime Minister agreed that, if we and the other members of the international community and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees would interview the refugees on the boat, in the harbor and take them directly to the airport to go to their resettlement country, so that the Malaysian government could assure its people that they were not increasing the number of refugees in the country, they would not tow the boat out to sea. We worked out that compromise and that crisis was solved.

Guess who was pressing Hussein Onn?

This is the man who now wants Chinese to vote for him and his Pribumi Party, not that we don't know him (except for youngsters like Mandy Ping who was too small to realize Mahathir's draconian destructive despicable rule as PM, wakakaka).