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Friday, August 30, 2013

Senarai kumpulan kongsi gelap yang dikeluarkan oleh KDN.


1) Geng 04
2) Geng 08
3) Double 7
4) Tiga Line
5) Geng 30
6) Geng 38
7) Geng 24
8) Geng 18
9) Geng 36
10) Geng 21
11) Ang Soon Thong
12) Wah Kee
13) Sio Sam Ong
14) PNEH
15) Hong Hong San
16) Hai San
17) Sin Ang Bin
18) New Cell 20
19) Jit It Hai
20) Sio Koon Tong
21) Gee Lam Kor
22) Gee Ah Eng
23) Loh Kuan
24) Tiang Yee Tong
25) Geng Leng Hor
26) Geng 35
27) Geng 303
28) Geng Satu Hati
29) ATAP
30) Hung Ann
31) Sui Yup
32) Otai
33) Borneo Red EMP
34) Ah Ngau
35) Batu Tiga
36) Ah Feng
37) Batu 10
38) Sibu Ti
39) Ah Seng
40) Ah Chin
41) Lee Lung
42) Lo Han
43) Sg Merah
44) Sg Badut
45) Ting Ching Lee
46) Tua Cak Lee
47) Teksi Station
48) Pintu Merah
49) Krokop

Tiba ternampak satu nama yang agak familiar. HAI SAN?

Bukan kongsi gelap HAI SAN ni pernah terlibat dalam Perang Larut ke?

Hai San Secret Society

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The Hai San Society (Chinese海山pinyinHǎi Shān) which had its origins in Southern China[1] was a Penang-based Chinese secret society established around 1820 and in 1825 led by Low, Ah Chong[2] and Hoh Akow (also spelt Ho Ah Kow or Hok Ah Keow), its titular head. At that time the society's headquarters was located at Beach Street (Ujong Passir).[3]

History

Secret societies existed well before the establishment of the Hai San Society and their existence in Penang can be traced back to the founding of Penang (1799). Thomas John Newbold (1807-1850), an officer in the 23 Regiment, Madras Light Infantry, in Malacca (1832-1835) noted:
The secret fraternities in which they (the Chinese settlers) enroll themselves for mutual protection and support, prove powerful engines for political combinations, as the Dutch have repeatedly experienced during their long administration in Java and in the Malay States. In China itself, these societies are deemed so dangerous to the Government as to be interdicted under penalty of death. At Pinang in 1799, they set the administration in defiance and strong measures were necessary to reduce them to obedience. Even in the present-day, the ends of justice are frequently defeated both at Pinang, Malacca, and Singapore: by bribery, false swearing, and sometimes by open violence, owing to combinations of these fraternities, formed for the purpose of screening guilty members from detection and punishment. In European Settlements, they are under the general control of an officer, or headman styled "Capitan", who receives a salary from the Government and is responsible in some measure, for the orderly conduct of his countrymen, whose representative and official organ he is. Their interior affairs, disputes, and private interests are arranged by the heads of their respective "Kongsis" or fraternities. [4]
Bolton et al. suggest that the Hai San society started out mostly Cantonese and pro-Ghee Hin but by around 1854 had absorbed the Wah Sang society and become almost exclusively Hakka and anti-Ghee Hin.[5] They made use of, among other things:
  • an 1829 account by I. Pattullo, then Superintendent of Police and later Government Secretary
  • Notes on the Chinese of Penang, Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia, Singapore VIII (1854 and expanded in 1879) by J. D. Vaughan a Superintendent of Police at Penang, a Police Magistrate and Assistant Resident at Singapore and a Grandmaster of the Freemasons (1878 and 1879)
  • Rule 11 (Appendix II) in the Rules of the Kian Tek (Toh Peh Kong) society dated 30 December 1844

Larut Wars

The Hai San society figure prominently in the Larut Wars of 1862-1873 and by that time was headed by Chung Keng Quee. At Larut, miners who were members of the Hai San society fought with miners who were members of the Ghee Hin society over the tin-rich fields of Kelian Pauh and Kelian Baru. The two warring factions also clashed in Selangor.[1]
The Hai San society was allied with the Penang-based Tokong or Tua Peh Kong society, members of whom financed the mining of tin in the Larut area.[1]
The incessant warfare between the Hai San and Ghee Hin brought tin mine production to a standstill. The fighting between the two societies was brought to an end with the signing of a treaty between the two parties in 1874, known as TheChinese Engagement.[1]

Sumber : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hai_San_Secret_Society

Kalau benar kumpulan HAI SAN yang diburu oleh KDN dengan HAI SAN dalam sejarah perang larut adalah dari kumpulan yang sama, sememangnya kumpulan kongsi gelap ni la paling otai di antara yang lain.

Apa yang MyMassa cuba sampaikan adalah isu kongsi gelap bukanlah satu isu jenayah yang baru, ianya telah pun wujud sebelum MERDEKA lagi. Lebih teruk lagi apabila wujudnya pergaduhan antara kumpulan-kumpulan kongsi gelap ini sehingga menyebabkan PERANG LARUT. Akibatnya, Kerajaan Perak terpaksa meminta bantuan British untuk menghentikan pergaduhan antara dua kumpulan kongsi gelap tersebut.

Dari dulu hingga kini, kongsi gelap tetap akan bergaduh merebut kawasan

Kini Perang Larut tinggal sejarah. Satu sejarah yang tidak dipelajari oleh rakyat Malaysia ketika ini kerana apabila pihak polis mengambil tindakan terhadap kumpulan kongsi gelap ini, ada pihak yang cuba ambil kesempatan. Yang dari parti politik cuba mempolitikkan tindakan pihak berkuasa. Yang dari NGO berasaskan kaum cuba menjadikan isu ini isu perkauman.

Persoalannya, mengapakah pihak-pihak ini gagal mengakui bahawa sememangnya kumpulan kongsi gelap ini merupakan dalang kepada segala punca jenayah (senjata api, pelacuran, perjudian dan dadah)? Tidakkah mereka belajar sejarah negara?

*Sejarah senantiasa mengajar kita. Cuma yang buta mata hati tak mahu belajar darinya.


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