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How could Chen Peng attended interview IF he was denied to enter Malaysia in the first place?

Where is the interview took place?

IF the interview was conducted in KL, then I have a perplexed question to UMNO Nazi government, how could Chen Peng attended interview IF he was denied to enter Malaysia?

Whether he is a hero or not, this is nothing to do Hatyai Peace Accord. Right thinking Malaysias want to know why an agreement signed by Dr. Mahathir cannot be materialized?

The true history not found in your textbook

Without Chen Peng and his armed gang, I doubt Malay ultras would budge in an inch to grant citizenship to my grandfather and father. Ironic then, my father was a home guard to fight the communists. I wonder my father realized or not without the flexing of muscle by Chen Peng, he was most likely sent back to Mainland China by the British Colonial Government.

British (Malay ultras too) by then should realize chasing away several millions Chinese from Malaya is impossible task. British had to employ 50,000 soldiers to crush 8,000 armed communists, imagine the implication IF another 100,000 or 500,000 evicted Chinese youth decided to join communist for armed struggle.

Malay ultras agent like Awang Selamat claimed granting citizenship to “pendatang” is a sacrifice made by Malays. That is only a half-true fact, the deal is best political solution at that point of time for demanding independence from the British. In another word, Chinese (Indians by chance took the same bandwagon with Chinese!) were given citizenships is not simply due to good Samaritans of Malays as some like to believe.

Malay ultras cannot swallow this historical fact until today. Malay ultras under Razak succeeded to launch a military coup in 1969 to totally change the political landscape in Malaysia. Malay ultras then imported millions of new pendatang from Java and Sumatra to reduce the percentage of Chinese from 35% in 1970 to 25% in 2009. With this continuing trend, Chinese population is merely 5% by 2050 as predicted by Raja Petra.

The issue is UMNO Malay ultras do not anticipate moderate Malays themselves revolt and against their fascist policy in 2008.

Home Ministry Denies Govt Reneged On Peace Agreement With CPM

PUTRAJAYA, June 2 (Bernama) — The Home Ministry Tuesday refuted claims by some quarters that the government had reneged on its peace agreement with the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) signed on Dec 2, 1989.

Its deputy minister Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop said 442 ex-CPM members applied to return to Malaysia, but only 406 attended the interviews and fulfilled the conditions to be allowed to return.

“Chin Peng or his real name, Ong Boon Hwa, had submitted his application a day before the application period closed, but he did not attend the interview fixed for Oct 31, 1992.

“After that he never submitted a new application, instead used the court to determine the status of his citizenship. His action clearly showed that he failed to abide by the conditions stipulated in the peace agreement and did not obey the laws of the country as required,” he told a news conference, here, today.

According to the records, in his bid to return to Malaysia, Chin Peng had filed to the court five affidavits between March 4 and April 4, 2005.

Abu Seman said in the case of Chin Peng, the Home Ministry had remained firm and would not compromise as he was not a hero who should be honoured.

Earlier, Abu Seman had chaired the meeting of the main committee for the awareness campaign against ah long or loan sharks.

He said a working committee was set up under this main committee to ensure continuity of the campaign and enforcement of the law against loan sharks.

Abu Seman said in the effort to stamp out ah long activities, the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Act 2001 was used, which provided for a a heavy fine of up to RM5 million or jail term of up to five years, or both if convicted.

“Before this, those found guilty were sentenced under the Money Lenders Act 1951, which provides for a fine of not less than RM20,000 and not more than RM100,000 or a jail term of not more than five years, or both.”

He said so far, five ah long cases were still under investigation, including the latest in which three men were heavily chained at their neck and legs to the walls of a room which was turned into a lock-up in a vacant shoplot by ah long after the three failed to pay their debts.

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