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Saturday, February 12, 2011

An enlighted Malay writes about the lost and waylaid Malays

From an email forward. Not sure who the author is, but read it and see if it described the happenings in Malaysia accurately:

Happenings in our beloved land, Malaysia
Written by an enlightened Malay (a market analyst)

The Malays Are Lost And Waylaid - At The Crossroads Of A Malay Dilemma

If you happen to travel around this country and check on the statistics, especially the pasar malam, find out who runs the stalls and their businesses? Check out our beloved Chow Kit Road, and see who owns the thriving commerce? Or visit the Pudu wet market and see who is shouting for customers at 4am (even before the cock crows).

Half the businesses now are with the foreigners, another half with other races, the Malays only have land titles left (especially reserve land of no value). All the GLC's are still in Malay hands, but not for long; otherwise all will be sold off in no time at all. As a people, the Malays are not known for perseverance and enduring commitment. They have no business acumen. Being entrepreunerial is a steep climb for them and the Malays have no stamina to stomach the strains and stresses. I speak from experience. They are easily swayed by circumstances.

More than half our local workforce are pendatangs (Indons, Myanmars,Nepals, Vietnamese, Banglas!) This country is not only bankrupt as said by Idris Jala, but also - telah dilelongkan. The poorer of the majority Malays left behind will become beggars and mat rempit, mat gian, mat ragut and mat dadah (they are all subsidized by our government funding to buy their No 1 drugs of escapism to run away from a harsh reality - Metadon). Who culled their own Malay race? Nobody but UMNO-BN itself! I rest my case.

Since 1957 UMNO has effectively carried out the population engineering of our country to ensure its own long-term survival by creating the myth of a two-pronged "Ketuanan Melayu" strategy of mind control. "Ketuanan Melayu" for the majority Malay masses who are lulled and numbed into a feeling of being superior over the non-Malays because of their demographic numbers; and "Ketuanan Melayu" for the favoured UMNOputra Malay political elites through the accumulation of massive material wealth and power for themselves and their cronies. And while UMNO has failed by almost any measure you chose to gauge them – good governance, ethics or morality – without question they have succeeded too well in the social engineering exercise after the bloody race riots of May 13, 1969. The duplicity of UMNO in proclaiming 1Malaysia - Satu Bangsa, Satu Negara -while all the while undertaking a relentless program to whittle down the numbers of the non-Malays through a very precise and focused political initiative is breathtaking in its effectiveness!

Consider this -

In 1957:

– 45% of the population were Chinese
-- 12% of the population were Indians

In 2010:

– 25% of the population are Chinese
– 7% of the population are Indians

Over 600,000 Chinese and Indian Malaysians with red IC status were rejected repeatedly when applying for citizenship and possibly 60% of them had passed away due to old age.

Since 1957:

-- 2 million Chinese have emigrated
– 0.5 million Indians have migrated
– 3 million Indonesians came over to Malaysia to become Malaysian citizens with Bumiputra status even if they stay less than 5 years. (Nett gain 0.5 million and an additional of 3 million manufactured Bumiputras like Muslim Indonesians). The most famous is none other than Mohd Khir Toyo who stayed for 20 years but became MB of Selangor.

In the not too distant future, I reckon Malay bumiputras may have to worry about 2nd or 3rd generation Indonesian migrants, owing to the virtues of hard work and thrift taught by their parents, or grandparents, would have surpassed the majority Malays in terms of socio-economic progress. Mohd Khir Toyo is smarter than most local-born Malays in terms of amassing his personal wealth at the shortest duration of time. Even Muhammad Muhammad Taib is no match for him. That's how smart Khir Toyo is.

Instead of teaching their people the virtues of hard work and perseverance, the UMNO warlords are proclaiming Ketuanan Melayu to feed off the Chinese minorities like parasites. If not for the Chinese taxpayers, the Malays will be sleeping the five footways. Of course the Chinese isn't a threat - they are just workaholics - they want to create wealth and prosperity so much so that no failures of any kind is going to stop them. Not even the ultra Malay racists spewing blood in their eyes or frothing venom in their mouths. It is envisaged the Chinese demographics will dwindle to stabilise at 4per cent of the overall Malaysian population but their accumulated wealth and economic power will continue to rise to more than 75per cent of the overall GDP of the country. That's proof enough how steady and influential the Chinese economic stranglehold over the majority Malays will become; and we believe racial hatred and resentment is well likely to remain for the next 50 years. They work hard for the money but we envy them in our idleness.

Whereas the Indonesian newcomers went out to work before you become awake and they are not home yet when you call it a day and went to bed. Will the majority Malays consider them a threat when they deservedly find new wealth? The Indonesians respect the Chinese for their business acumen and diligence. Do the Malays think likewise if not indulge in unguarded jealousy and envy?

Now the non-Malays are well aware of this tinkering and engineering of our population and it would do us Malays no good to say that it was UMNO's doing and that we had no hand in what happened at the end of the day. As a Malay I was then comfortable that UMNO was the dominant partner in the Barisan Nasional. It was indeed comforting to know that Malays controlled four of the five major banks. We were also in control of UMBC, MISC and Southern Bank – all previously owned by the Chinese. But seemingly the Chinese-owned Public Bank which is not in our control is moving ahead of the others still in economic prowess and competitive skills. What's wrong with our control?

Education?

Between 1968 to 2000:

– 48 Chinese primary schools shut down
– 144 Indian primary schools closed
– 2637 Malay Primary Schools were built

Of the total government budget for these schools, 2.5% were for the Chinese, 1% for the Indians and a whopping 96.5% for the Malay primary schools.

The fact that 2637 Malay primary schools were built between 1968 to 2000 implied that the engineered process of retarding our majority Malays or bumiputras is getting obvious. At the end of their school lives, they have nowhere to go except to stay put in this country, as like idiots they have nowhere else to go because everywhere they are faced with a serious language problem and a communication breakdown with others. They will, like it or not, have to support the Ketuanan Melayu concept to survive for their freebies or welfare. The mentality is - No need to work and money will still come. Scions of the rich and wealthy UMNOputras will be educated overseas and return to continue to rule over their poorer local cousins.

Petronas petrol stations?

Of the 2000 station the Malays owned 99%. Yes…we the Malays were indeed in control. In control of what? We were in control of all the business licenses and permits for Taxis and Approved Permits (APs).

We were in control of Government contracts of which 95% were given to Malays.

We were in control of the rice trade through Bernas that bought over 80% of Chinese rice millers in Kedah. Even Robert Kuok aka Sugar King was forced to sell his sugar franchise to UMNO crony interests so that the Malays are deemed to be in control of the sugar market; and the other essential basic items.

We were in control of bus companies. Throughout Malaysia, MARA buses could be seen plying all the routes. Non-Malays were simply displaced by having their application for bus routes and for new buses rejected. Many local Chinese owned bus companies are already kaput in the urban centres.

Every new housing estate being built had a mosque or a surau. None, I repeat "no" temples or churches were built for any housing estate even if the majority residents are non Malays! We even blare the loudspeakers in every mosque calling for Azan at maximum volume just so to tell the non Malays and non Muslims that we are in control!

So why with control over all these highly visible entities and business opportunities are the majority Malays still unable to stand tall and with pride over and above the non-Malays? We are unable to so do because it was not the Malays that benefited from these opportunities - only the favoured UMNOputras enjoyed the benefits, and the poorer among the majority Malays were merely taken for a ride as their name were used by UMNO to hijack the national agenda. The Chinese bogeyman and the Malay hobbyhorse work wonders for UMNO to play one against the other in their evil scheme of Divide and Rule to suit their survival plan.

Why must UMNO constantly harped about the need to spoon-feed the majority Malays – about Ketuanan Melayu when it is already in place and about Bumiputra status and all the privileges and rights that goes with that special status?

And as a Malay I want to ask the non-Malays why you still chose to live in a country whose racist government has by its actions and deeds done whatever it could to make you not feel welcomed as a Pendatang? The non-Malays I know have all told me the same thing – Malaysia is their country – they know of no other country they can call their own. And so they stay and put up with the abuses and nonsense.

The difference now is that there are enough Malays who are ashamed by the nihilistic antics of this ultra racist Malay political organization call UMNO. There are enough Malays to tell the non-Malays that we feel your pain, too. We understand your frustrations and despair at not being treated as equals in a country you call your own.

You must remember that UMNO will never treat you as equals or partners in progress. They want eveything for themselves. If you are not happy you can get out. UMNO does not give a damn if you're a rocket scientist or Albert Einstein Reborn. If you are non Malay you are 2nd class pendatang. Remember that well.

And enough non-Malays had migrated abroad to cause our country to understand that their loss is another country's gain. Singapore gained the most. A loss, which our country can ill afford to sustain in the long run. Only dumb and stupid Malay leaders deny the causes.

And more important, all these groundswell of disgust and contempt at UMNO has manifested itself in a way these political idiots cannot understand – losing our votes in the 12th General Elections on 10 March 2008. Say Amen for that. Instead of seeking penance these racist bastards scream for bloodshed and mayhem still.

And so we wait for the 13th General Election in 2011 which we hope will dish out the relevant karma for UMNO and its lameduck Barisan Nasional partners. The stooges and the parasites.

Meantime understand what they have done to us all – not only the non-Malays but also to the Malays and do not allow UMNO or Barisan Nasional to play the race card and start their divide and rule antics on us anymore.

You are one with me and we are two. United we stand divided we fall. One for all and all for one - is our game plan.

59 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great stuff but we need it written in BM. it just won't circulate among the vast majority.

Anonymous said...

Great stuff but we need it written in BM. it just won't circulate among the vast majority.

Anonymous said...

What a load of crap. If unity is your cause why do we need chinese an Indian schools? We were doing fine until some idiot insisted on having Chinese schools and another shouted ketuanan melayu.

Anonymous said...

What a load of crap. If unity is your cause why do we need chinese an Indian schools? We were doing fine until some idiot insisted on having Chinese schools and another shouted ketuanan melayu.

Anonymous said...

Person who said "load of crap" is talking a load of crap.

Unity never has anything got to do with what stream of education that you followed.

When the time of "we were doing fine" like what you said, non-Malay schools are existed, ketuanan melayu also existed, probably just in a different form.

We are not doing fine because someone starting to loot legally.

Just another Malaysian said...

Chinese schools have always been around, even before independence. Nothing wrong with having different schools, each wants to focus more on their respective languages. Nowadays, you can see Malays and Indians in Chinese schools also. Nothing wrong with that, in the end also all will speak and understand Malay.
Unity in understanding and tolerance, not in assimilation...
What he says is all true...
One for all and all for one is our game plan, stick to it...

Anonymous said...

What is wrong with having Chinese School? You mean national unity can only be achieved with one single type of school with one single type of language? Then look at Indonesia, where no Chinese school existed. The Chinese there don't even allowed to have Chinese name, they must be named like all the Indonesian.

But why is racial riot targeting the Chinese are still constantly happened? WHY??

It is not about what school, or what languages, it is all about politician playing up the racial sentiment!

moir said...

agreed, has to be in BM. this has to reach the malays to have any significant impact. else it will just circulate among the not so many enlightened malays who already understand the situation and the others who are already living it.

Anonymous said...

I pray for the day we won't have posts and news that pit the races in Malaysia against each other. I pray for the day there are no such thing as race in Malaysia except for the Malaysian race.

What you write is true, but you have also missed the bit about Chinese or even Malays leaving the country because there are better job opportunities and living standards elsewhere. Not so much about the politics. It's cari makan man, people do it where they feel is best.

I don't understand what you mean by Malay schools? You mean MARA institutions or sekolah kebangsaan?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Feb 15, 2011 3:02pm
you are the crap instead what's wrong having Chinese and Indian schools as Chinese and Indian want their children to learn their mother tongue before everything. Is that mean to conserve our own culture and ancestors' knowledge is wrong? I studied in a Chinese primary school and moved on to a Lasalle secondary school where I met students from every races and I do appreciate the harmony existed through mutual respect and there was no problem of unity at all. you are the kind of parasite of this country that demanding respect from the others before giving ur own respects to the ppl!

big boy said...

see thailand, see many countries, one language can not unite...people. It is wrong conception that one language can unite...wrong!

thai--fight each other, China--one language still fight...Arab countries...one language then you see people want democracy, justice!

UMNO is the biggest probelm of all, MCA , Gerakan, all are helping to shape a dictorship nation!

Don't condenm Chinese, tamil or religious schools,,,language is not the tool to unite...learn from Thailand, China, Indonesia, many-many countries!

big boy said...

one bahasa/language, one nation has been manumitted long enough to fool the people and brain wash the people!

Awakening now..wake up now! Don't be fool by those say one language can unite, if this is true, Thai people will not fight each other for democracy for freedom!

Anonymous said...

Food for thought:

Are you sure the Bumi control only 19% of the economy as claimed by UMNO with their statics?

I have a feeling it is rigged.

Anonymous said...

Agreed with your post, it's seldom heard from the conscious voices of the Bumiputera and we always assume stereotype of enjoying subsidies and quota what not.

Actually it has become a trend to emigrate to other countries for a long time now, google "balik china" and there are websites discussing pro & con of migrating to China nowadays.

Anonymous said...

OMG u guys are idiots no wonder malaysia is going no where... all you guys understood from the whole thing is chinese school, indian school and language... sigh feel kinda sad.

Another thing, why does it have to be malay?? every fucker who can read a blog, forward a fucking email can read fucking english!!!! The main point would be of the reader wants to realise whats there. Most email will just be deleted...

Most other races, all they do is talk cock and gossip any actions taken. 0 nil none. Malays are not stupid most of them are using the opportunity given... Dun bull yourself every individual wants the best for their next generation so tough luck ppl

Anonymous said...

I myself was a chinese educated through all your so call Malays school - sekolah kebangsaan. I preserve my mother tongue better than anyone who went for primary chinese school, which i am very proud of myself. But i have to agree, being in same school does not help to reduce the racist problem. I grew up and educated together with Malays, and i am more racist than any non-Malays from chinese/indian schools. Reason? I see with my own eyes how lazy and how they just need to sit and get feed with everything. Example: In order for chinese to get into the A-class (which is the best class in the grade) We have to be in excellent results, however, only 15 of us are allow in the A-class. Despite having better results than other Malays, those chinese will be send to B-class instead, as long as they fall off from the 15 TOP chinese lists. Oh and do i have to start with the intake of local university? Like 80% for Malays and 17% for chinese and 3% for Lain-lain? (poor india are only in Lain-lain).
Studying in a same school only make the racist problems more serious. We are not stupid, we see how most Malays sit n slack n get into the best class or being the president of the school prefect board without effort. I even remember my headmistress said : "Headboy must be a Malays, regards how the students votes go"
So for those who said "chinese/indian school created racist problem". I will say, you are one of the puppets gov. mold u into. Time to get your own mindset?

Anonymous said...

i just duno why people nowadays become more and more stupid and willing to become the puppet in politics...

guys, they r just making u angry and this will shaken our unity...

last time, there's no such thing..but now, duno why people become more stupid or maybe because of egoism, ignorance, and arrogance par to their level of educations which make them feeling more superior...

stop all this crap...if u work for properly, behave properly, everything will be fine...

but if u act like a gangster, talk like crap...who will like you?? only those who willing to become the puppet!

Anonymous said...

Another example is Korean. North Korea and South Korea still fighting, even they are same race, speaking the same language! Don't be stupid and think that we all must speak Malay (although I don't mind speaking)... Why can't you speak Mandarin or Tamil to us if you really value us as your brothers and sisters? Seriously! Just bcos you are the majority, you think that you are more superior, and wanna abuse your power? You call that unite? Very funny!

Anonymous said...

Kick UMNO-BN out before its too late. To think the likes of that arrogant obese Muhhydin or Hisshamudin to be raised for the next batch of PM really put d chills in my bones. Racist ppl cannot unite a nation no matter how hard they lie to themselves.

Freelance Designer Snakje Jake said...

Very well said by many regarding language doesnt unite. These are all brainwashing strategy to enhance the feeling of dominance in the Malay Race. In real fact, the one causing our country to not unite is our policy and politics..
I havent seen such terrible political members. All day about fixing road, fixing street lamps and sex scandals etc..

We do need more capable leaders that will bring Malaysia forward or we will end up like Indonesia and Thailand. We and Singapore suppose to develope at the same speed! or at least better which the vast natural resources we have!

JackyThamGK said...

其实我是很爱我的国家,可是国家不爱我,有时为了生存,没办法之下只能离开...
很谢谢这位马来仁兄 第一次看到这么感人的文章 你们也要加油

Anonymous said...

thanks to you , this is why our heart bleeding...we already translate to chinese and indian

Anonymous said...

Government school are crap to begin with, as pointed out by the author. If not for the Chinese school and their very structured way and high quality of education, the Chinese won't be what they are today. I was educated in Chinese school for 12 years, and I was never, I repeat, NEVER been taught or brainwashed to hate the Malays or other races. We were taught to respect the country, the Agong and Malay Rulers, all races and the various institutions. More importantly, among many other virtues, we were taught to work hard no matter what, and be strong and resilient always whenever faced with adversity in life. Instead, over the years under the BN rule, the Malays in general, have been brainwashed to believe that non-Malay schools, in particular the Chinese schools, have been the stumbling block to unity. This is the real crap!

Anonymous said...

First thing first, Enough of what so ever type of oppression you ( Ultra malays out there esp BN0-UMNO) condemned on us. We're not pressure proof, you said we're only residing under your patronage, and we have no exact rights to speak and act like a first class citizen, albeit of all the strong and foul lies you spewed for classic political diplomatic purpose. You poison spewing two pronged serpent. Chinese never ask for anything, we ask for a healthy environment to compete, to work, to live, to breath. It is you (racist ultra malays) who bangsat, and with outward cowardice who always incite the racial flame, pitting us against all odds. Its not funny, Chinese are not cowards. We are willing to take these shit because our forefathers told us to uphold the value and virtues they had endowed us with, to be graceful even in midst of turmoil and storm. You always claim we are strategist plotters and betrayers, if u wish, we can be one, This is how we will do, we will destroy this nation from inside out. Burn everything down in a mass destruction way, then claim it as ours and start a new nation. To thrive and rise to Singapore level for us is simple job, without ultra malays and racist around. Frankly, being under one roof for more than 50 years, we may not be entirely your family, but why mistreat us as if we are potential inner threat and children to second wife?? are we having no tears and feeling?
Think. We're not pressure proof, enough of insult and oppression, or existence of very race of Malaysian may come to halt if war is bound to happen. It's a simple eye for an eye effect, we already pay off all debts to your forefathers. We owe you nothing. We are not your slaves.

2. Upholding our culture doesn't defy overall respect to others culture. We are ok if you forget to plan extra land for chinese Temples, or shrines. Take note, its all about respect, you pray your god, ask for forgiveness and incite prayers, yet what you done to us are utmost blasphemous. Virtues? Who forgetting the fact we work the hardest, with statistics and numbers showing our effort. Work like dogs, and in the end you took everything from us like a whirlpool. Our rights, our assets, everything. Now we're close to Chinese in Indonesia back in 1980's. Going to put us out, didnt u? Do it then, why wait? Or you scare without us, no more money to suck from? No offense.

3. If you love to live in a dream, go on. I have my integrity to fight for, and the rights as MALAYSIAN. Equality, and so.

Anonymous said...

Hahahaha, still Chinese control Malaysia economics, what a stupid Malay!

Anonymous said...

if author really a Bumi, really appreciate what he/she wrote. if not, this is just a crap

Anonymous said...

we salute you !! you are a great man i ever see.

Anonymous said...

The problem, i feel is that Malays are not interested to help themselves.

I was born Malaysian. I am a chinese. That said, despite studying hard, all i was offered was a horrible degree in a kolej universiti. That's rubbish.

So i ditched the system, and went with UTAR, which at that time was only starting up. So, i like the many other students were the pioneer batch.

I entered journalism, and in my class was a malay girl. She was the only 'malay', despite that, we disregarded colour and we worked as a team. She wasn't good with her studies, but that didn't stop us from offering her help with studies and college assignments.

However, later she dropped out and went missing from classes. The reason for this is unknown.

As a Chinese, do i want to help a malay? Yes, of course! But are Malays interested to help themselves?

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/11762

Hatred from BN are dividing us said...

Unity and Harmony is not about all people speaking the same language,thinking same mindset, or acting in same way. Unity and Harmony is about different kind of people could living together, tolerance and respect the variety of culture, voices, race, and treating each other in a same manner.

Anonymous said...

Thx for ur understanding
very touch :)

Anonymous said...

Good article, thanks for sharing :)

Anonymous said...

You guys are racist bastard... Get a life!

Anonymous said...

"And as a Malay I want to ask the non-Malays why you still chose to live in a country whose racist government has by its actions and deeds done whatever it could to make you not feel welcomed as a Pendatang? "

Frankly speaking,some of us simply love this country so much that we've accepted these prejudice as a fact already....Politicians action sometimes do let us feel that we are Pendatang but we believe Malaysia is going to be better.Malaysia is where we are born,and it's the root for our generation who were born locally.... We believe things are going to change one day,without Bad,where comes the Good?
SAYA CINTAI MALAYSIA!tapi bukan govermen Malaysia!

Anonymous said...

dearest blogger, as much as it was interesting to read your post - in fact i'm amazed by your analyzation of things, people can't really buy into what you say 100% if you don't provide the Source of the demographics that you've written, even though you're a market analyst it doesn't really say anything. it would be more appropriate and believable to write in the source instead of a syiok sendiri blog post.

Anonymous said...

I pray for the same thing but somehow I don't see it happening...kinda lost hope

归元 said...

I made obeisance to u.
Your birth symbolisizes the end of Malay's innocence and extremism.
Respect n will to follow u as a leader.
even I'm a Malaysian chinese. I heard ur voice n sincerity.

Salute!

We want to Change said...

Why need to be written in BM? this prove that the vast majority is poor in English - the world most widely used language. They refused to accept that fact but instead choose to stay in their comfort zone, speaking and writing in Malay, among themselves.

If you want unity - first start with education. Demolish all these primary schools based on language. Only maintain one type of school which uses English or the national language as their teaching medium (if you think BM is helping the country, then you're an idiot). There you create unity without racism. Educate your teachers and stop calling the Chinese pendatang haram. Like the author said, the Malays would be sleeping in the kaki lima if not because of the Chinese and Indian. They are the one that make the economy sustainable. And don't try to be funny and change the syllabus now and then.

I think the Malays are being spoon fed long enough. For more than 50 years you have been fed and you still behave like a baby, having childish thoughts all along. How long more you need to take before you grow up?

It's time for a change. Jom ubah!

Anonymous said...

We dont have to quarrel about this blog. Whats is post here is posted. What is the blogs means, maybe right? All we got to do is wait for the coming elections. Let we decide which party should we vote. If you want change lets change, if you want new you decide we (rakyat) decide. Not them. They just a leader suppose to lead the people to have a btter life. So, we decide who's replacing whose.

Anonymous said...

"What a load of crap. If unity is your cause why do we need chinese an Indian schools? We were doing fine until some idiot insisted on having Chinese schools and another shouted ketuanan melayu."

This is the dumbest comment I have seen. If you want national unity, why don't the government let Malay people learn Mandarin and Tamil? Since China and India have the largest population in the world, knowing those 2 languages is becoming more crucial.

Anonymous said...

Well said. If all Malay's were to have ur brains then malaysia is united as "One".
As a malaysian, all of us must not be racist...as we are a malaysian and this is our homeland....not in China but Malaysia.
Sometimes its sad to have such government (UMNOputra) to rules this country as in their mind is only to rob the "rakyat"......

Anonymous said...

Thank you. You speak our voice.

Besst AV Solutions said...

Thanks guy!

Anonymous said...

well said......touching. Is Malay version available? should let all Malaysians read this article.

Anonymous said...

You could also see this interesting Web site already visited by more than a million hits posted by a Malay about problems of Malays in Malaysia:
http://steadyaku-steadyaku-husseinhamid.blogspot.com/2012/01/who-are-malays.html

Lee said...

(my english very bad,but hope tat you can understand..)
As a Chinese, I am very grateful and thanks to you my Malay friend, this is the first time I saw such a touching article, I think this all not only write to Malay friends, but also wrote to the Chinese and Indians, its contents not only let us to see the government action, but also indirectly teach us to respect other races, when I read this article, I feel ashamed, I just only think the government's hegemony and racism,, but never to give the disadvantaged ethnic (a part of) Malays to help, thank you for your words, let me enlightenment and understanding, our country needs more like you Malays, we will see the dawn of harmony.and rising country ... you are the Chinese and other ethnic feel respected and appreciated...

louis cheng ye said...

(my english very bad,but hope tat you can understand..)
As a Chinese, I am very grateful and thanks to you my Malay friend, this is the first time I saw such a touching article, I think this all not only write to Malay friends, but also wrote to the Chinese and Indians, its contents not only let us to see the government action, but also indirectly teach us to respect other races, when I read this article, I feel ashamed, I just only think the government's hegemony and racism,, but never to give the disadvantaged ethnic (a part of) Malays to help, thank you for your words, let me enlightenment and understanding, our country needs more like you Malays, we will see the dawn of harmony.and rising country ... you are the Chinese and other ethnic feel respected and appreciated...

Anonymous said...

Yeah! Asal Bukan UMNO! Even though I'm not a MALAY and non-Muslim, this is where I was born and will live the rest of my life here. UMNO can go to hell for I care! Asalkan BUKAN UMNO! This will get personal.

Anonymous said...

guyz dun just said it prove it in pilihan raya...we need some changers...god save malaysia...

elise_buckzz said...

thank you for treat me as a malaysian... i though every malay hate chinese..

Anonymous said...

who's Racist now?

Anonymous said...

We born and grown up here,we have our family and frends here,including malay and indian,we love our country,but there is some fucking racist leader just to fulfill their own benifit and sacrifice people's right.

born free said...

What is wrong being treated the same as everyone ?

Nik said...

we dont hate chinese, but it is just so hard to get a chinese friend. they like to stay with themselves and same happens to the malays as well. is there any formula or short cuts to improve the relationship between people as friends regardless of their races? if there is one i beg you to tell us.

Admin said...

Hi Nik,

Glad to see that you want to have friends of other races. Here are what I think ways to meet people of all races which is the beginning to building friendship.

Currently our nation is in a very bad shape and there are many NGOs all working hard to help bring changes and reforms.

How about "killing 2 (or more) birds with one stone" (achieved more things with a single action).

Join their activities and perhaps also become a member. Via all these activities you will get to meet people of all races.

Anonymous said...

something about chinese school....most of the people think that student in chinese independent school only learn chinese ,but the truth is we learn Malay,chinese and english.The only different is we use chinese or some school english to teach none language subject...and most of the chinese independent school also provide SPM course for student,so after 6years of study the student will have one SPM and one UEC result !That is nothing wrong with the chinese school , unity can be achieve with or without chinese school but not with BN

Anonymous said...

Well written article. Thumbs up. As for education, I think we should make it compulsory to let Chinese and Malay to learn simple tamil, and Indian, Malay to learn simple mandarin..In this way, it is easier to communicate and understand each other, the gap is smaller.

phun weng said...

SALUTE YOU! YOUR WISDOM ATTRACT ME, YOU'LL BE A GOOD LEADER.

Anonymous said...

Hail GST, Hail more retrenched.
It's time to pay, Hug and Die together ~

Anonymous said...

Only Useless people stay in malaysia , come to JB see how many people across causeway everyday ?