Friday, December 31, 2021

Kaytee's advice for 2022

Kaytee's advice for 2022, wakakaka:

1) Ignore Mahathir, wakakaka

2) For Malays, don't hate the 'nons'

3) For Chinese, don't over hero-worship China. She's a totally different nation. We're only sympathetic to her causes, due mainly to our detestation of American arrogant racist bullying and European bias, and partly because of our common culture and heritage - we are still Malaysians

4) For Indians, I grieve for your social punishment and marginalisation but let's work together towards a better Malaysia, and eff those idiotic racists

5) For Sarawakians and Sabahans, if you want to go it alone, do so by democratic and legal means but watch out for your own leaders, wakakaka. Good luck

6) For Thais, ai lup U

6) For Sings, eff off - wakakaka

7) For Indons, no more smoke please


  1. I have a very , very tall , impossible New Year Resolution....

    I want to learn to appreciate the People's Republic Of China.... wakakakaka...

    1. Wakakakaka…

      Keep climbing.

      From that pit of that fart filled well!

  2. Another impossibly tall New Years Resolution...

    I want to learn to how to appreciate the positive contributions of Datuk Seri Najib to the nation.. wakakaka..

  3. Yes, happy new year Ktemoc. Looking back, I can't help but realized there's really some tremendous changes from the time I first come on this blogsite. You thought you 'know' people but the things they later revealed about themselves can literally knock you over. And of course Covid happened too. And some diehard regulars suddenly disappeared, literally overnight and that makes one wonder.

    And a very very happy new year to my constant friend here, CK ! And happy new year to the rest of non-extreme visitors and readers here, hehehe ( sorry, can't resist this dig, lol )

    KT, you said 'we are still Malaysians', but at the rate this country going into sh*thole territory, if not in one already, I have to inform that many in my circle have already un-Malaysian themselves, with a small queue waiting to go out too.

  4. Descartes said : Cogito ergo sum (I think; therefore I am).

    He forgot to mention about from what frame of reference he stated that!

    The very age old saying of w/o a root, there is no tree.

    Hero worshipping China?


    A recognization of one's root revitalization.

    But most anmokausai can't think that deep bcoz their roots r corrupted.

    U want to be a m'sian?

    But is m'sia wants u?

    1. Yes, CK, I agree that we are NOT hero worshipping China. Even this Egyptian writer ( he is for sure not Chinese, OK ? hehe ) feels the same way about some of his excerpts so passionately and powerfully revealed :

      "China is....standing up to the Western world all by herself. The West hates and fears that China is shooting up to the top. They can't believe their four-hundred-year-old global supremacy is being challenged. They hoped that the more China developed, the more it would submit to their influence, interests, and leadership. That didn't happen. So now they will do anything possible, short of a nuclear war, to make China end. Their goal is to destroy this country. That's why, although the United States has killed several million people and turned several regions of the earth into hellscapes in the past thirty years, your TV, newspapers, Google newsfeed, and social media are all cursing, condemning and pandering panic and hatred of China 24 / 7. China is the worst fear of our planet's Western masters. They want you to despise and dread a country that's done nothing to you, that hasn't invaded anyone, bombed or sanctioned anyone, that hasn't overthrown any foreign government, or used its military on anything since 1979."

      "China is the only major country in the nonwhite developing world, to stand up to the West. To look it in the eye when challenged or threatened, and say, No, I'm not afraid of you. Do your worst. I'm just as big as you are. All other countries in the Global South are simply Western puppets who submitted long ago. Even the most powerful ones. Saudi Arabia, Brazil, India — their leaders are busy listening to the United States, pen and paper in hand, writing down all its demands and going, Yes sir, Mr. Yankee sir. Let me get on that right away for you."


    2. "For her first thirty years, from 1949 to 1979, China was basically blockaded and isolated economically and politically by the West. It didn't even have a seat in the UN General Assembly. And it was dirt-poor in those days, barely a speck of the global economy, a tiny fraction of Japan's or Germany's GDP — not even able to prevent famine. And it still didn't submit to pressure or take any orders. Why on earth would it do that now?

      China will be the next global power. There's nothing that can be done about that. The first stage is that its economy only needs to grow at 4.7 percent per year to become the world's largest by 2035. That means the usual, historical bare-minimum of 6 percent is already overkill. The US can build as many bases as it wants, slap as many sanctions as it wants, recognize whatever bogus genocides it wants. That's what it's been doing all along. Has any of it made a difference? China can adapt to any situation. It took China a mere ten years to go from being barred by the US Congress from participating in the “International" Space Station, to building its own Space Station from the zero. See, the US has an $800-billion war budget, 800 military bases, 13,000 aircraft, 500 warships, 6,000 nukes — but it doesn't have what China has: invincible national resolve. It takes the US about 5 years to renovate a bridge, and it takes China 43 hours. There's simply no competing with that. China doesn't need to be a military superpower or empire. That was never part of the plan. US troops, God bless their souls, will continue sitting in their bases, scratching their balls, costing their government $800 billion a year to do nothing. Meanwhile, China will continue to actually develop. That's the part of the equation that America totally missed, because it has barely developed since Reagan's day. China is a better place to live today than at any time in its previous 5,000 years; Americans saw their highest standard of living in the 1960s and those days will never come back."

    3. "For myself, I see China as hope. Hope that a colonized, brutalized, primitive and humiliated country, can rise above its past — refuse to be weak any longer — rebuild itself from nothing, with iron resolve, and become too strong to be overrun by the West again! Hope that a nonwhite, non-Western country can look deep within itself and find its own solutions to its problems — proving that (foolishly) trusting the West to guide us isn't necessary! Proof that if we can do what the Chinese did, there will be no limits for us. Imagine a world where the US, France, Britain, Australia, are no more important than Uzbekistan or Paraguay. A world where the World Court might be headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, the World Bank in New Delhi, the United Nations in Jakarta, the IMF in Cairo. A world liberated from the US banking system and the dollar as its reserve currency, so that Washington can no longer tell 200 other countries who they can and can't trade with. A world where an American can be tried for war crimes at the Hague, not just an Iraqi or Liberian or Serb. A world where we don't hear about a non-Western-made vaccine and grunt to ourselves, Oh, it must be poison."

    4. "When I hear that China has built its own Space Station, landed a rover on Mars, ended extreme poverty, built the Earth's biggest city, dam, telescope, 5G network, highway, air purifier, or whatever the heck it is that will come tomorrow — I feel the same pride as if I were Chinese. It's not happening for all of us, but it's happening for one of us and that's a start. There's got to be such a thing as developing-country nationalism — a common nationalism for all the countries that were colonized and plundered, and remain economically and politically captured by their ex-rulers. A nationalism for the Global South. We are too divided, too brainwashed, too fooled and weak — most of us still worship the countries that destroyed us, are non-Western on the outside and Western on the inside, are hating and fearing and buying all the lies about the only one of us that's made it, and are leaving our countries in droves to let them burn while we “make a better life for ourselves" in the West. Do you want to live on a Western-dominated Earth for another 400 years? If you do, keep doing what you're doing. But I don't!"

    5. "You know what'll happen for all of us if America's sick wishes come true and its global thuggery does make China collapse? Nothing. Eternal repetition of the status quo. More enslavement, hijacking of our resources and weak corrupt governments, neo-colonialism, invasion, regime change, sanctions, MISERY. Haven't we already seen this? Libya, Cuba, Venezuela, Yugoslavia, Belarus, Iraq, Iran, Vietnam, the Soviet Union. Rest in peace. Even FRANCE and JAPAN for God's sake. What does the United States do when any other country says NO, or simply becomes too powerful, too good at honest competition? IT CRUSHES IT LIKE A BUG. Japan was a Western-style democracy crawling with US troops, with a US-authored pacifist constitution and almost no military and an extremely pro-US government and populace, and it STILL got crushed when it looked like it would become the #1 economy in the 80s. Do Indians really believe that if China goes down, India will be allowed to become a great power? Do they not see that a strong or wealthy India would immediately fall victim to the same despicable US tactics? Don't make me laugh. I remember 10–15 years ago when China was still relatively poor and impotent, and Bush and Obama would talk about China as sweetly as swans. Obama happily had dinner with Xi Jinping in late 2015, called China a crucial partner of the United States, and said the US welcomed China's rise; it was all horseshit. Today Biden, who was there with Obama in late 2015 as Vice-President, angrily rebukes a reporter who merely said that Biden and Xi were old friends. America has taken off its mask. China made it, it wasn't supposed to make it, so now it must die. What a difference 5 years can make. China went from “crucial partner" to “number one threat.”

      We should be helping and supporting China to keep climbing to the top, and giving her some serious solidarity as she withstands the new Cold War of Western imperialism. It’s been a long 400 years. China is the first non-Western country to even come close to reaching a status of ultimate global importance. She is akin to the the first member of an impoverished family to go to university. That is our family of nations. And when China gets to the top, believe me, it won't be a repeat of the French, British, or American Empire. Not a single developing country will be worse-off because of China becoming #1. There will be something good in this for all of us, so let's wake up and let's go!"

  5. As we enter into the New Year, hopefully with the Covid virus morphing into a more manageable flu-like disease with the advent of the new variant Omicron, let's rally for the release of Assange ! Read this scathing write :

    What crime ❓

    The British High Court recently ruled that Assange, the founder of "WikiLeaks", must be extradited to the United States for trial, which means that he may face a 175-year sentence. What heinous crime did Assange commit? His "crimes" are actually very simple. He exposed American crimes, including war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq, torturing prisoners in Guantanamo Bay prison, illegally monitoring the UN Secretary-General and other diplomats, planning a military coup in Honduras, and in Yemen. Thousands of people were killed in a secret war...Let's talk about it, is Assange guilty or the United States guilty?

    As the Russian media pointed out, if Assange were a Chinese journalist, and he exposed China's crimes instead of American crimes, , his fate would be very different. He should have won the Nobel Peace Prize and become the protagonist of Human Rights Day, and his photos would even be placed on the top of the "Democracy Summit" concocted by Biden. In addition, he would become the standard bearer for the West to boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics. Every news in the West would begin with his destiny, and every Western media would be angry if this courageous “butterfly” being crushed to pieces. Poor Assange, it would be great if he were born Chinese!


  6. In the Assange case, the wicked collaboration of the United States and Britain was exposed, and the hypocrisy of the Western media was even more breathtaking. They often scream for freedom and human rights, and the China issue is often made out of thin air or even out of nothing. Now seeing their compatriot being suppressed, persecuted and hunted down by the United States, they became silent, and no one comes out to speak for justice, maybe they don’t want to get similar treatments. . Russian media described that the American giant crushed the “statue of justice” to pieces without one wink , and no one will heed to hear the outcry . In fact, it is not only justice that has been crushed, but also the myth of Western freedom.

    The most incredible thing is that, as an Australian citizen, Assange was hunted down by the United States and became a desperate fugitive . The Australian government claimed to respect judicial procedures and was not minimally involved in this case. Just imagine, if Assange were persecuted by China, how would the Australian government and Western media react? In fact, you don’t need to “imagine” to know the answer. They would have definitely attacked and condemned China’s unscrupulous suppression of free people.

    All in all, anyone can enjoy freedom of news and speech in any part of the world , but you don’t have the freedom to criticize and expose American crimes. This is the famous American "double standard” that has been existing since they build their nation on stolen land after killing almost all the local natives.

  7. My views on China is that we should be very wary of the China of the future. As it is, it is already muscling the whole of South China Sea and already placed some military assets. When it reaches its zenith, nobody can do anything to counter it.

    As for Singapore, I appreciate Singapore for giving me an opportunity to escape to if things come to a head.

    Here in Singapore, if a Chinese says something derogatory against the minorities especially Malays/Muslims, there are no excuses - you will very likely go to jail. Don't forget this despite the Chinese being about 75% Singapore population.

    Unlike Malaysia where the majority race/religion gets away no matter how derogatory the statements they make of the nons.

  8. The wisdom is we should be wary of every 'extended' superpower - power corrupts & absolute power corrupts absolutely!

    The human history has shown many a such lesson.

    But human sopo evolution is cyclical in nature. It's part of humanity.

    At this era & moment, China is ascending in her national revitalization - back to her past glory. It's AGAIN an inevitable event, san major drastic western interferences that r simmering inconspicuously at every possible geopolitical backgrounds.

    The China history has shown that she was never an expansionist power for the past few thousand yrs.

    The rising of the western colonialists powers in 1500 - following the European discoveries of a sea route around Africa's southern coast (1488) and of America (1492) had initiated the concept of expansionist colonialism that's alien to the Chinese governance concept about oversea territories. This western colonialism mentality has created a very draconian image of an expansionist power.

    Yet, very unfortunately, most of the China fear-mongerings about her ascendancy, that r been widely propagated by the West & blindly supported by their indoctrinated ideological acolytes, r just purely & absolutely rested on that same western sapu-all colonial expansionism!

    Future China could be a very different entity compares to her past - bcoz China isn't a perfect human societal structure. But the natural cyclical order of power transition would take care of that occurrence with her temporal evolution. It would be too far down the timeline for us ordinary mortals to act chickenlittle NOW!

    Current China, under President Xi, WOULDN'T be a world threat sociologically & economically, as envisaged by those western tealeaves readers & their blurred followers.

    China is following a socialistic path that has incorporated unique Chinese characteristics THAT have NO transportability across cultures! & that direction has clear ancient China non-interfering & self-centric 'gene' in its formulation.

    Using western mentality, especially an fear induced domination dogma, to judge the ascendancy of current China is a short-sighted thinking with zilch temporal & humanity considerations! It's a totally western concept of WASP dominancy!