“Jujur saya kata cybertroopers DAP dan laman laman page DAP di alam media adalah jauh lebih teruk dari Utusan Malaysia, Berita Harian dan mana mana suratkhabar yang mereka dakwa diketuai oeh MCA atau Umno. Why?” – Shen Yee Aun
(watch the video below for the answer.)
The video below is an interview of Shen Yee Aun, a former DAP Youth leader which shows the extent of DAP’s wicked tactics of hatred, racism and immorality in their political agenda. Many exposures come to light and names being highlighted which greatly implicates the perpetrators towards these heinous activities. Do watch it.
Below is an article published in The Mole which is somewhat connected to what Shen Yee Aun said above.
In an email to the Editor, Calvin Sankaran wrote:
Ambiga, the co-chairperson of BERSIH and several senior leaders of Pakatan Rakya (PR) have predicted in interviews with foreign media that the upcoming 13th General Election (GE) would be the “dirtiest ever”, and said they were expecting the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) to resort to desperate measures to cling on to power.
Unfortunately, their prediction did come true though not in the manner that they had anticipated. Indeed the 13th GE campaign is proving to be the most bitterly contested and dirtiest ever, but the perpetrators turned out to be not from the ruling party BN but from their rivals Pakatan Rakyat.
Many Malaysians are shocked and disgusted by the daily acts of violence, harassment and bullying by PR leaders and thuggish supporters who seems to hell-bent on winning the electoral race this time with their war cry of “Ini Kali lah”.
The latest act of gutter politics is the distribution of the photo of a mock altar with joss sticks and candles placed in front of a picture of the Prime Minister. Before this, international superstar and Malaysian darling Michelle Yeoh was mercilessly abused and attacked in social media for declaring her support for Najib. Over the last few weeks, we have witnessed numerous BN operation centres across the nation being bombed, torched and attacked by supporters of Pakatan.
In the past we have seen how some BN women leaders were threatened with bodily harm and even gang rape for making public statements in support of the ruling coalition. Those criticising PR and even giving the merest hint of disagreeing with their policies are branded as “traitors”, “running dogs”, “prostitutes” or worse. Many BN candidates in the GE are also complaining of PR campaigners’ dangerous racial and religious tactics to win votes.
In the lawless frontier of cyberspace and social media, the situation is even worse. The fearsome and thuggish cybertroopers of PR roam and control the social media universe with total impunity – bullying and intimidating anyone who dares to disagree with their political views and pummelling BN supporters and neutrals into submission. They spread rumors, incite hate, create highly-inflammatory photoshopped banners and pictures, and manufacture false stories of racial inequality, corruption, crime, etc.
It is not hard to see the root cause and source of such despicable and desperate tactics. The senior leaders of Pakatan routinely employ politics of hate and violence against their BN counterparts, in their speeches as well as in their postings in social media.
NGOs like Bersih, Tindak Malaysia, Pemantau, MCLM and others, ostensibly independent but in reality integral parts of Pakatan’s campaign machine, deploy the same hate tactics while pretending to be peace-loving activists for democracy, human rights and clean elections.
One of the leaders of Bersih is spearheading a campaign called Anything But UMNO (ABU), which has the stated objective of removing BN from power “at any lengths or any costs”. He also ominously declared that the group members are ready to become martyrs and asked the PM if he’s ready die.
Another DAP leader contesting in Pahang had threatened to burn down the Lynas plant while another prominent Bersih activist warned that he will lead a regime change via Arab Spring-type violent street demos if Pakatan does not win the GE.
One senior DAP leader, well known for his hubris and highly-confrontational style, often uses highly-offensive adjectives such as “racist”, “corrupt” and “cruel” in attacking BN and equates the ruling government with the mass-murdering Nazi regime. A state assemblywoman from Selangor who is active in social media often uses religious imagery and themes to cast BN/UMNO as evil and immoral.
Not too long ago, the DAP produced a video plagiarising the popular Korean pop star Psy’s hit song “Gangnam Style” sung to political lyrics and titled “Ubah Rocket Style”. With such cheap stunts the DAP seems to be sending the message that it condones music piracy. However the bigger and more serious concern was the content, which was highly seditious and vulgar. It contained personal attacks on the PM’s family and linked government leaders to the death of Altantunya and Teoh Beng Hock.
When the Opposition leaders themselves engage in such hate politics and break the law, it is not surprising that their supporters are emboldened and inspired by their examples. If Pakatan leaders wish to see the country remain peaceful and achieve democratic maturity, then they must renounce this politics of hate and culture of violence, and most importantly, walk the talk.