Oh my God! It’s started!
The sexy little dragon ladies are heading south! And they’ve already arrived in Malaysia where they are currently engaged in an orgy of sex as they screw their way through the entire male population!
And few males are left untouched as these insatiable little vixons from the north go about their dirty deeds.
Most do their work alone, but some hunt in packs – especially in the cities where they are drawn to the bright lights of the shopping malls!
Men raped in the streets. Their homes. And even their offices.
Their wives helpless as their husbands are carried away screaming into the night….
Just a load of xenophobic bullshit?
And another wonderful story from the Malaysian Star:
KUALA LUMPUR: Wanita MCA wants the Government to put on hold its plan to recruit Chinese nationals as domestic maids until the problem of Chinese women wrecking families because of their involvement with local men is solved.
Wanita MCA chief Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen said that unless clear guidelines on the recruitment are laid out and the interests of local women protected, the political party wing is against the move.
“Following intensive discussions, Wanita MCA is appealing to the Home Affairs Ministry to halt this plan for the moment. We do not want the problem of these 'little dragon ladies' to escalate.
“These women are enticing local married men into having affairs with them and are causing family disharmony,” she said after chairing the wing’s central committee meeting here yesterday.
Ng, however, stressed to Bernama that Wanita MCA was in no way showing disrespect to women in China but was rather taking a realistic stand in looking after the well-being and happiness of local women and ensuring family values were safeguarded.
She added that Wanita MCA had been receiving complaints from local women about their husbands falling prey to the foreigners' charms but admitted there was little it could do to resolve their plight.
She said Wanita MCA would write to the Home Affairs Minister to state its stand and concerns over the matter.
On Friday, Home Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Radzi Sheikh Ahmad said Malaysia was considering getting domestic maids from China and India to alleviate a shortage in supply from Indonesia and the Philippines.
Several women's groups stated that getting maids from China and India to cope with the shortage would not resolve the problem.
“We must first address the issue of why foreign domestic workers are not keen to work in Malaysia. We have low labour standards, there are no compulsory days off, wages are low and workers are not properly protected,” said Women’s Aid Organisation executive director Ivy Josiah.