Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Said Zahari : Chin Peng is son of Malayan land

In an exclusive interview with the independent Malay-language online media Merdeka Review, former editor-in-chief of Utusan Melayu Said Zahari argues that CPM veteran Ong Boon Hua @ Chin Peng is indeed a bumiputra of Malaya and that under the stipulations of the Haadyai Peace Accord (1989), Chin Peng is entitled to return to our homeland. In an exclusive interview with malaysiakini, Malaysia' s ex-IGP Rahim Noor also publicly endorses the request of Chin Peng for homecoming. In their 673-page specialist book Forgotten Wars: The End of Britain's Asian Empire (London, Penguin/Allen Lane, 2007), leading Cambridge University historians Christopher Bayly and Tim Harper verify the fact that Chin Peng was born "in Sitiawan in Perak where his parents ran a bicycle shop " (p. 35). In his autobiography My Side of History, @ Chin Peng reveals that the graves of his grandfather, parents and brothers are located in a Chinese cemetery close to Sitiawan in Perak. (p. 509)

New Year greetings from Pak Said in hospital


Blogger Unknown said...

In view of Mr. Ong's predicament, who wants to be really patritioc to fight for the country ? After fighting off the invaders and colonialists, one may ends up as a stateless old man like Mr. Ong. Sigh.

4:20 AM  
Blogger rc said...

the jet engines were not stolen by chin peng or the communists.

4:27 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

blessed are the peace makers.

10:57 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Dengan hormatnya dimaklumkan: walaupun disabotaj, blog Pak Amin sudal berfungsi semula.

11:15 PM  
Blogger mc said...

hidup Pak Said ! hidup kebenaran ! sila cerita sedikit tentang lee kuan yew kepada generasi muda.

4:33 AM  

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