Remember that chief analyst from Bank Islam who got into hot soup over his election "analysis" prior to GE 13?
This Chinaman is worse.
His name is John Pang.
In a New York Times article, which the Chinaman wrote, selected excerpts and my comments follow.
"In one of the most brazen examples of manufacturing ethnic identity for political gain, Mahathir Mohamad, the prime minister from 1981 to 2003, imported about 700,000 Muslim immigrants from the southern Philippines into the Malaysian state of Sabah."This is but one of the reasons why the Chinese became a tsunami - believing lies.
For all his credentials, the like of the DAP types such as Tony Pua and Ong Kian Ming, this Chinaman spews a direct lie in the face of facts.
Courtesy of that take to the streets fellow, Haris Ibrahim,
"I can find no evidence that there was a conspiracy between the Government and the Barisan Nasional (BN) at the highest level as suggested by Mr. Maringking. Not an iota of evidence to show the existence of an agreement between the Prime Minister or any other Minister with the Sabah BN regarding the registration of disqualified persons or non-citizens in the electoral roll. The semblance of an agreement in the ‘Operation Gembeling’ or the ‘Mahathir’s Project’ where blue identity cards were sold to these people at RM300 a piece, evidently has no nexus to connect these to the fake identity cards sold. It is a mere gimmick to lend legitimacy to these operations" - High court judge, Muhammad Kamil AwangThe following shows the Chinaman's true colours.
"The Malaysian electoral system is heavily gerrymandered against the urban and Chinese vote."Why the need to specifically mention the Chinese vote?
When the shoe fits, this is what the DAP fellow, Ong Kian Ming, has among his findings,
"However, several scholars have pointed to its possible occurrence in Malaysia since 1974. Ong’s examination of the 2003 re-delineation in Kedah (a sensitive State in the next general election) uncovers enough cases to point to almost systematic gerrymandering of parliamentary constituencies in Kedah, besides cases in other States. This has made it very difficult for several current PAS MPs to retain their seats in Kedah in the next election."Before you go, "see I told you so, gerrymandering", the preceeding sentence before the above quote is -
"Establishing gerrymandering, or the manipulation of constituency boundaries for partisan advantage, is inherently difficult."Without any evidence to back his claim, the Chinaman goes on that oft repeated and tiring lie,
"Over the past week, chartered flights that may have been ordered by Mr. Najib’s office have flown thousands of foreign laborers working in Malaysia’s Sabah and Sarawak provinces on the island of Borneo into key voting areas in mainland Malaysia."The Chinaman cannot even lie for nuts.
1. BN gives the "thousands of foreign labourers" a Mykad.
2. BN then registers the "thousands of foreign labourers" in key voting areas in mainland Malaysia.
3. The "thousands of foreign labourers" are sent to Sabah and Sarawak to work.
4. The "thousands of foreign labourers" in Sabah and Sarawak are then flown back to mainland Malaysia to vote.
I won't waste my time explaining the election process to slap Borang 14 on the Chinaman's face.
Why did I say this Chinaman is worse than that Bank Islam chief analyst?
You see, John Pang is an adviser to the Minister of Education, Malaysia.
What the f**k!
And Chief Executive Officer of CIMB ASEAN Research Institute (CARI), "which was established in 2011 by CIMB Group as a regional public service in support of ASEAN’s programme of economic integration, the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) " to boot.
What the f**k!
Surely everyone knows what the CIMB Group nexus is. Need I say? As the saying goes, although it might not be as appropriate - with these kind of friends, who need enemies?
Never mind, I always say.
The Chinaman ended his resume of lies with,
"If, against all odds, the opposition wins, this may go down as a revolution in which the incumbents were laughed out of power"Mr John Pang, who has the last laugh now?