About On Da Street

‘On Da Street’ is just expression of thoughts that I want to share and discuss with. Some issues or matters are hotter on the streets rather than reported in mainstream media. Sometimes, even at warung mamak, kopitiam or kedai kopi.

This blog is not under anyone’s payroll and it will stay independent. Reason being, in the event OnDaStreet wants to write for or against Barisan Nasional, Pakatan Rakyat or indviduals or any organisation, OnDaStreet has the free will to do so. This blog has written for and against Barisan Nasional, Pakatan Rakyat, individuals or organisations and will continue to do so.

When involves on the street, usually the matters would not be not nice and sometimes can be in violent conduct. However, OnDaStreet encourages readers and commentators (especially the muslims) to  deliver your thoughts in a good manner possible. Shouting, cursing do not solve matters at hand. Be sensible and rationale.

Enjoy!


6 responses to “About On Da Street

  1. May 30, 2009 11:45 AM
    ondastreet said…

    Doc, dengan izin…

    wan,
    i’ve written short article on this issue, and yet i have only some petty questions that require clarification (considering you’ve said orang lain as “Kamu semua bodoh kerana hanya tahu mengata tapi tak tahu hujung pangkal!”)

    Firstly, if really Chin Peng fights for our independance, how about the deaths of armed forces of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu’s army (who clearly are not British) and civilians, especially the villagers (who were clearly the innocent party in this rebel against the British)? Moreover, Malaysia gained independence on 31st August 1957, why must Chin Peng and PKM continue the war against Persekutuan Tanah Melayu?

    Secondly, If the war was to serve the purpose of removing the British (the very same reason why Japanese being fought too), why should the local people also being killed? Can someone give a rationale answer to justify the killings?

    Thirdly, a review on Chin peng’s writings mentioned this:

    “Significantly, Chin Peng comments on the linking of the struggle of his party to events in China. He was to become a supporter of the Chinese in the later Sino-Soviet dispute..”.

    Question is was his fights really for Malaya, Persekutuan Tanah Melayu or China?

    These are the three simple question that a smart alec like you can answer for those who is not as knowledgeable as you are.

    Kindly, indulge us with your knowledge…

    Thanks for thinking I am smart, but receiving it anonomously left a bitterness in my toungue. Who are you, I have already explain in my writings to your question above. I think the matter is close but if the Malays want to be stupid open up the cans of worms and sat lagi tahi sampai ke muka. lebih baik macam saya terima keputusan kerajaan daripada menyuara yang kita tidak tahu. Saya udah cakap sebelum merdeka mereka boleh dianggap pejuang kemerdekaan tetapi selepas merdeka lainlah!

    But than you must go to the term of surrender that was ask of Chin Peng to do. Please read the war records and then lepas tu you understand why he continue to fight than look at the agreement sign(go to my blog) and then understand why they sign. Kalau kita dah sign kena ikutlah jangan jadi mamak pedukang yang suka belit! kamu ni orang penang kah? Sama dengan Novandri satu sekolah?

    ODS: Cantik sungguh budi bahasa saudara. Agaknya ini contoh budi bahasa melayu yang ingin anda tonjolkan?

    Saya dah pun ke blog saudara, dan saya masih tidak dapat rasional matinya orang awam dek keganasan komunis.

    Soalan mudah, kalau dah matlamat asal adalah untuk memerdekakan Malaya, kenapa senjata diangkat lagi? Kalau yang dibunuh itu cuma orang British, saya boleh faham, tetapi kenapa orang awam pun jadi mangsa?

    Tak masuk akal perang nak bunuh orang awam. Kalau Israel dikutuk kerana serang orang awam, apa beza dengan tindakan komunis pada masa itu? Tak tahu pula tentera kita bunuh orang awam untuk tarik komunis keluar perang dengan mereka. Kan?

    Pejuang kemerdekaan akan berhenti menentang apabila sudah merdeka..kenapa Komunis terus mengangkat senjata? Apa rasionalnya? Demi kemerdekaan atau demi kuasa? Apakah seseorang itu boleh mengganas setelah melakukan kebaikan? Rejimen 10 juga turut berjuang menentang Jepun, tetapi tidak pula membunuh orang awam selepas itu.

    Apakah komunis sebagai “pejuang kemerdekaan” boleh membuat sesuka hati membunuh nyawa yang tidak berdosa?

    Terima kasih kerana berkunjung ke blog yang tak seberapa ini. :)

  2. Thanks for thinking I am smart, but receiving it anonomously left a bitterness in my toungue. Who are you, I have already explain in my writings to your question above. I think the matter is close but if the Malays want to be stupid open up the cans of worms and sat lagi tahi sampai ke muka. lebih baik macam saya terima keputusan kerajaan daripada menyuara yang kita tidak tahu. Saya udah cakap sebelum merdeka mereka boleh dianggap pejuang kemerdekaan tetapi selepas merdeka lainlah!
    +1

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