Monday, 1 June 2009

The Veterans say, 'Shoot the Traitors'!!!

NOTE: The Haadyai Agreement which was signed in 1989
(during the time of Mahathir) supported the return of Chin Peng,
as long as he swore to abide by the conditions stipulated.

"The people who want him to return must also be communists
and support the ideology of communism.
People who call for his return and support communism should be shot dead.
- Muhammad Abdul Ghani, President of Veteran Soldiers of Malaysia Association

The Haadyai Agreement stipulated that the CPM would disband all armed units and terminate all armed activities. All weapons would be destroyed and CPM members would locate and destroy all landmines it placed in Malaysia. The Malaysian government would pay medical costs for any CPM members injured while removing landmines.
For these concessions, CPM members who wanted to re-establish legal residence in Malaysia could do so after spending at least 6 months in pre-designated places in Thailand. Those taking residence in Malaysia would have to swear allegiance to the King and abide by the Federal Constitution and laws of Malaysia.
The CPM leadership has since ensured scrupulous implementation of the agreement. But Chin Peng's petition to return to live in Malaysia has been denied to date.

"If the demand is excessive, explain but don't raise history to cover up shortcomings. Do not get angry always, threaten and dish out pieces of incomplete history for political mileage,"
"When we agree, we must honour the agreement,"
- Zaid Ibrahim

"Di manakah anda boleh berjumpa bangsa yang lebih prihatin, bersopan-santun dan tertib selain daripada bangsa Melayu. Di manakah anda boleh mendapat layanan politik yang baik untuk kaum pendatang? Di manakah dalam sejarah dunia? Saya bertanya kepada anda. Ini adalah fakta. Siapakah anda untuk menjaga keselamatan kami? Saya adalah kalangan 10 peratus kaum minoriti di sini. Tetapi saya amat gembira di sini.''
VT Sambanthan, quoted by Awang Selamat in the Mingguan Malaysia

"Persoalannya, kini apakah pengorbanan Melayu dikhianati oleh kaum lain?"

-Awang Selamat

1 comment:

  1. Shoot the traitors? I am not afraid of those ex-commies that are already back in Malaysia. They have principles and they lived and paid for it. In fact I would like to sit and talk to them and enrich myself with their thoughts at that time.
    It is people like the president of the veteran..blah.blah that I fear.Traitors? Who actually are traitors? Take a look at the mirror you President of the veteran- what- not. Disgusting.



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