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We never 'defeated' the Communists - Everyone should know their history, please share
Saturday, November 21, 2020
Cessation of Hostilities (Click On Image To Enlarge)

With reference to Malaysiakini's report on "Create a 'heroes and traitors' museum", the person Omar Mohd Hashim of the Malaysian History Association (PSM), is living in his own deluded world. Yes, as a former soldier from a very well blooded regiment , A Treaty is a treaty. We should honour it.

I too have friends who were maimed and killed during the insurgency. I say Osman Mohd Hashim is deluded, because he says, "This was the first time that an independent country had managed to defeat the communists". Well, we did not defeat the Communists if one were to read and understand the treaty, see image here. The treaty is titled " Agreement Between The Government Of Malaysia And The Communist Party Of Malaya To Terminate Hostilities", which is a historic document. The operative word here is "Cessation of Hostilities". I cannot and did not see the word surrender in the document. We did not defeat them, we could have decimated them to the last man, if not for the capitulation of Dr. Mahathir Mohamad.

Communists Killed Page 136 (Look at the Malay Communists  killed)

It states in Para 3.2 " Members of the Communist Party of Malaya and members of its disbanded armed units, who are not of Malaysian origin, may be allowed to settle down in Malaysia in accordance with the laws of Malaysia, if they so desire". It is an international treaty. Our so called Great Leader, Mahathir had this treaty negotiated without a referendum from the Malaysian people. But then he was a Dictator, surrounded by sycophants and apple polishers.

On the 6th January 1956 on a mountain top in Malaya, Tengku Abdul Rahman, John Davis, a senior district officer in the government of Malaya, Singapore's Chief Minister David Marshall and Sir Tan Cheng Lock , president of the Malayan Chinese Association, met Chin Peng. The Tengku asked this of Chin Peng, that the Communists would only be allowed to return, if they surrendered, disbanded their armed forces, and abolished the Communist Party.

Collaborators and Traitors during the 2nd World War in a picture

After their surrender they would each be subjected to a loyalty investigation and would be restricted to a specific area of the country, but once investigated, most would be allowed to enter political life again so long as they did not pursue a Communist line. Said Chin Peng: "I and my people will never submit to investigation."

Singapore's David Marshall responded by saying this: "As a human being, I ask you to realize that there are 7,000,000 people in Malaya and 3,000 Communists. I appeal to you to think of their welfare and to accept the sacrifice of your pride in the mild humiliation which you state is implied in the investigation of the loyalty of M.C.P. members before their release."

Chin Peng responded to this : "To report to the police means surrender." Snapped the Tengku: "I will never give in, so you must give in." Replied Chin: "The amnesty means surrender. Surrender means humiliation. We will not accept surrender at any time. We will carry on the struggle to the last man." The Tengku was a warrior at heart and not a quitter.

The Communists did not surrender, period. We could have defeated them but then, the Chief of Armed Forces, General Hashim Ali was the brother in law of our "Great Leader". The IGP was Mohd Haniff, can I say, I blame him for capitulating to this dastardly parchment? The Army which bore the brunt of the fighting was one of the most experienced counter insurgency fighting forces, in jungle warfare, I may be so bold as to add, in the world. We could have totallly defeated them in the same way the Sri Lankans did to Velupillai Prabhakaran

We would not spend our time and energy discussing Chin Peng's return today, nor would our "Great Leader" have embarked on a policy of marginalising certain segments of the Malaysian population, with his agenda . He took over in 1981 as PM.

He capitulated for expediency, to push his agenda speedily. He did not want the CPM to be thorn up his, 'where the sun does not shine', as it would only encourage more support for the CPM, which in turn would screw up his plans. So who did actually surrender in 1989? He went against everything the Tengku wanted as far as the CPM was concerned. The treaty was an international treaty, I ask you to decide on Malaysia's honour.

In his reasoning, Omar Mohd Hashim fails to discuss the double standards? See images of our enemies feted by Malaysian VIPs. See more double standards here where an enemy of ours, Shamsieh Fakeh and her family who applied to the Malaysian government for permission to return to the country from 1985 onwards. Wow, she gets buried in Malaysia too.

People like Omar Mohd Hashim of the Malaysian History Association (PSM), should just shut up, I know there are many like him, who push forth their own agenda, who ignominiously have no problems with double standards. Oh, I forgot, no one must question the special rights? Right? You would not know a real traitor when you see one. The answers are only too obvious.

The message to him should be stop insulting the intelligence of the soldiers and civillians alike. Read here for a sanitised version from Malaysiakini. Thank you for publising, Malaysiakini.
posted by Major D Swami (Retired) @ 11:54 AM  
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