Jumaat, Ogos 11, 2006

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rozais al-anamy 3:25 PTG  

salam akhi zaid, saya juga melancarkan kempen yg sama. sila ke blog saya, baca & komen entrinya.

cool man,  4:19 PTG  

The Malaysia society information is very tight-grabbed by the malay government. The privileged educated malays stuck to their racial pride and hardest defends their causes (entitlements).

The society mentality is influenced by the politically minds (say, Umno), and those have seen the world and read widely dare not say the truth. All these contributed to a trouble society sentiment and seem calm at the surface.

Yes, a lot of people wanted to reply to this and challenge what I said but Malaysia is suppose to be a free country right? Free to say what I want, right? I am telling the truth that everyone knows but dare not say it out loud in the open.

My colleague who is white Caucasian and is 65 years old, wanted to stay in this country under "Malaysia, my second home". He earned 20 times the salary of the same job other Malaysian held. He said Malaysia is heaven.

I said to him that if he get the same salary as Malaysian and get the discrimination as second or third class citizen, he would change his mind eventually.

Anyway, since I am an outsider I see this as unfair but what am I going to do, nothing - I am going to earn as much as I can from the fat cheque this Malaysia government give to me. When my time is up……….I will say goodbye and thank you.

This comment implies that the freedom of speech is limited here in Malaysia.

play fool,  4:22 PTG  

Since the implementation of the meritocracy system, the percentage of malays accepted into local universities has increased every year. Do you believe that based on merit, the number of Chinese who qualify for university is lower than the number of malays?

If that is true, then the malays have improved by leaps and bounds, exceeding all the objectives of NEP.

But we only need to look at the PMR and SPM results to know that malay students lag far behind their Chinese counterparts. It is only when Chinese students take the STPM and the malay students take their matriculation examinations that suddenly, malay students become superior.

We live in a wonderful fairyland where ministers can say that the colour of milk is black and nobody dares to question it. Let us have the courage to face the truth, don't call an arbitrary system 'meritocracy'.

Stick to the previous quota system - at least the pitiful Chinese and Indian students will have a secure share of university places.

the model racist nation,  4:24 PTG  

To me, Ketuanan Melayu is the false notion of malay greatness or malay supremacy. Truth is - there is nothing to associate the malay race with greatness.

By any widely accepted standards, it will be obvious to see that the malay race does not quality to be called one of the great races of this world. Truth is that the Chinese and Indians have a culture accomplished much more and far greater than these jokers have.

It should be Chinese and Indian supremacy in Malaysia. The only reason why malays have power in Malaysia is because they have the biggest population, and the racist rhetoric of the malay Umno politicians always sway the malay vote towards themselves.

Anyway, back to the untrue notion of Ketuanan Melayu. Let us see what malays have accomplished. Has any malay won the Nobel Prize - no. Has any malay been nominated for the Nobel Prize - most probably not.

By contrast, numerous Chinese and Indians have won the Nobel Prize and various other awards. The Chinese and Indian diaspora is widely recognized as two of the three most successful diasporas in history, the other being the Jewish diaspora. All over the world, Chinese and Indians have become successful artists, CEOs, doctors, filmmakers, scientists, writers, etc, etc.

Name one malay who is widely recognized around the world in his or her field. The only malay whose name might be recognized out of this country is Mahathir, and he is part Indian. Is malay culture recognized as a world renowned culture - no.

Malay culture, if cultures were ranked, would be close to the bottom. What is their culture compared to the great Chinese and Indian cultures that are centuries old and really rich. The Chinese and Indians have a 5000 years old history during which China and India have played a very important part in world history.

Nobody knew about malays until the Indian kings of south India first came here. That is why the oldest archeological remains in Malaysia, in Lembah Bujang, are Hindu temples.

The malay sultanate itself was started by a Hindu - Parameswara. And even at the height of its power, the Malacca sultanate was nothing more than a vassal of the Chinese emperor.

Have any malay architect designed anything worthwhile - no. Have any malay author won the Booker Prize or the Pulitzer Prize - no. Have any malay filmmaker won an Oscar - no. Have the malays achieved anything in sports - no.

Chinese and Indians have achieved all this. So there is no real Ketuanan Melayu. It is a fiction concocted by racist stupid politicians to keep the "kampung" malays happy thinking that they have had a glorious past.

They don't. Their history isn't worth mentioning. You would never find a mention of malays or Malaysia or Tanah Melayu in most books of world history while entire chapters are devoted to the history of China and India.

The discriminative constitution and law of Malaysia is just a recognition of this fact. The malay leaders and to every single malay knows that on a level playing field, the malays will never be able to compete with the Chinese and Indians.

no brain leader,  4:26 PTG  

Today is a globalisation aged, the government policies still like this cut Chinese to subsidiary malays, better we suggest foreign investors have a right choice to any other country to invest.

Why for we so stupid (look down by the foreigners). So many years we pay the tax but how many cents the malay government help our people - the Chinese and Indians!

The foreign investors transfer their business out off Malaysia to Thailand is right.

The so-called affirmative action in Malaysia as set out by the government is a form of racism in disguise. I remember my first taste of so-called affirmative action when buying houses. There is this popular housing estate in the Klang valley.

After the malays signed the sales and purchase agreement from the developer, I saw a few of them selling the houses to non-malays. You see, malays get 7% discount - so if he sells the house off at the normal price to non-malays, the malays would earn 7%. It is easy money for them, don't you think!

For shares there, when company go public listed, mostly a big chair will be reserved to "selected bumi investors" but who are they? And the most ironically, they sell it immediately after the company go public listed and they made quick money just like that.........who? Those cronies…….

For those who played fire will get burnt one day. Don't worry……….I witness this!

EVERYTHING IN MALAYSIA IS ABOUT RACISM. IT IS APPROVED SANCTIONED GOVERNMENT SOFT APARTHIED SYSTEM and the people have been systematically brainwashed to accept it.

vesewe,  4:28 PTG  

I wish to point out that the Orang Asli, not the malays, are the original inhabitants of Malaysia. Most of the malay Malaysians came from Sumatra and other parts of Indonesia. They only migrated here much earlier than the Chinese and Indian Malaysians. It does not mean they deserve privileges or rights just because they were the pioneer immigrants.

I applaud the non-malays who have kept quiet but are though uneasy over these special rights. You are true heroes, willing to show malays that you can succeed despite the odds. But neither I nor you should give up the right to be a first-class citizen of your country.

In fact there is nothing wrong in working hand in hand for the greater good of Malaysia. As for the malays who insist on hiding behind the veil of malay special rights - you have lost the respect of non-malays a long time ago.

Most non-malays I know come from low and middle income families. They struggled to save every sen. They like everyone else, spent their hard earned savings plus their EPF funds to educate their children. The poor ones can’t even do that as there is no one to help them. Can they ask for help from the government? Who represents these people?

It is arguable that if not for the contributions of the Chinese and Indian Malaysians who helped in the development of this country tremendously, Malaysia would probably be in same category like Indonesia or the Philippines, if not worst.

As for the writer's assumption that no other race has been more considerate, generous and kind of the needs of other people, I would encourage the writer to travel around the world and look at countries where the Chinese and Indians are minorities too.

The malay and others of the same mind should learn to stand on their own feet rather than claim for special privileges and rights. The world is becoming globalised and if they don't change their attitude, they will only become beggars in their own country.

bad,  4:30 PTG  

Ask all malay pig go back to Indonesia.

The malay pig make Malaysia become rubbish country. Without malay pig in Malaysia - Malaysia country will become same as Singapore or Taiwan.

Where malay pig came from? Indonesia? Arab? Africa? What happened to our Orang Asli? They are the original settlers here, they should be the true real bumiputras. Not the babiputras we have here.

What is wrong with the babiputras? Highest crime rates, highest divorce rates, highest number of criminals, highest number of drug users, highest number of rapists.

A genetically flawed race (babiputras) cannot be fixed by politically.

What have we got now?

Brain drain, economic disparity getting wider, poor education system, racial segregation, widespread corruption, inefficiency and uncompetitive on the government departments and others.

Sad. Sad. Sad. The question asked by many of my fellow Chinese is this - Why can't you just tell the malay pig to adopt Chinese culture which is superior?

It makes no difference whether I am a Chinese, Indian or for that matter, anyone else, even a Mat Salleh. I am speaking as a human being to a malay pig like you.

If you malay pig don't like the non-malays here, then go back to Sumatra, Jawa, or wherever your ancestors came from, and give this land back to its rightful master, the Orang Asli.

If Malaysia is to divide into two countries with malay pig taking the east, and the west to the Chinese and the Indians - watch that the malay pig starting to emigrate to the west illegally for a better future.

It is no wonder Singapore is a country which is 50 years ahead of Malaysia.

You know something - once outside the perimeters of Malaysia, these malay pig are so small in value even a dog has more value than them!

Everything in Malaysia is a joke when it comes to the malay pig. They are laughed at by everyone in this world for being incompetent, lazy, useless morons.

From research, this peninsular was part of the Siamese empire way before these malay pig from Indonesia invaded it.

Still so thick skin, don't want to go back to Indonesia.

ruyom,  4:34 PTG  

The foul play of meritocracy system only can fool the people in a confined environment but not in today's competitive globalization market place. The "blind" attitude has to be changed.

If you are not really selecting the best from the people, then your team can always remain the most as a mediocre one. The so called "among the blind nation, the one eyed man is the king" applies.

You just do not have the competitive edge in the global market. Meanwhile the good woods are flowing out of the country and let our competitors to use them against our advantage.

That explains why 60000 graduates are unemployed. Degree is simply a product of a rubber stamp work. When you do not have the materials, whatever name you have equates to zero.

It is a joke when the graduates are sent back for retraining of how to use a computer, how to speak English, how to learn good manners for interview. When could these people wake up!

The IT graduates are mediocre in their computer works; most of the government websites are poorly maintained such that PM Badawi at one time was so angry about it.

The banking system; just few months ago in the paper, a small branch manager of a bank in Masjid Tanah Melaka could siphon out RM16 million from the depositors over a couple of year. The bank only knew that when a depositor could not withdraw his own money.

What a system and what a joke! That is the type of our accountants trained under default meritocracy system. There are countless similar examples.

If we still do not wake up, and continue to waste our time and energy in this kind of unproductive prejudice, i.e. default meritocracy system, we will be thrown out far behind others.

As time goes on, the difference will be exponential as we can see today we can't afford even to hire our own experts back if we want to.

emigrate engineer,  4:36 PTG  

Lately, I have travelled to Australia and Canada where I met quite a number of former Malaysians. In the course of conversation the topic of migration inevitably cropped up. Hence the question, why migrate?

Practically everyone gave almost the same answer - fair treatment by the government of their adopted country. No discrimination in education intake. No special colleges for any race. All their children sit for the same exam. No such thing as one race monopolizing the government jobs. The list goes on and on.

Look at our civil servants, how many are non-malays? All the comments that there are not many non-malay applicants are nonsense. A number of my non-malay classmates applied but none was successful.

Just look at the government offices and schools. They are virtually staffed by only one race. This is not healthy.

Special rights? Look at the level of service we get at public sector and that is special service for you. The best of the best gets slighted and what do we have left?

To improve the malays lot, more have to be made to work in private companies where competition is real and what counts is your ability. If special rights only help malays to become government servants, then all the more reason not to invoke special rights.

Unless we can change quickly in time we will be swallowed by a fitter opponent. Can't you see that we will all die or survive as Malaysians - not as Chinese, Malays or Tamils? If Malaysia fails collectively, will these special rights be a source of comfort or a hollow victory?

aston,  4:37 PTG  

Indonesia is a very corrupted country. Honestly, the people there are not educated at all. In addition, they don't know what is the important of Chinese there.

They hate Chinese is because Chinese do business well and have a well-planned future. We earn money with our own hand. Therefore, that is why we have a better live than the so-called native malays.

Like Chinese always said, if you want to have a better live than you must use your own hand to earn it. You cannot just sit at home and waiting for the money drop from the sky. Think logic!

Why did the Chinese wanted to stay in Indonesia? Because we are not stupid, that is why. They do business in Indonesia is because; they can easily earn more money there. The competitors are also less there. If you try to visit every country in this world even Africa, you will always the existent of Chinese there. As a Chinese proverb said, as long there is water in that country, we will sail to that country.

You can't let Chinese alone because of your extreme jealousy, it is your evil-mindedness that causes malays to have such a bad reputation, not because of Chinese bad-mouthing you.

There are no malays that are naturally rich, they got rich because of the bribes they received from Chinese (not proud saying that, but need to bribe for survival). Most malays that are rich have political positions, governs commerce/trade that Chinese need to get through to.

Chinese Indonesians comprised of only 5% of the total population, and yet we control Indonesia economy entirely. That is fact.

I must add however, not all Chinese are rich, there are many also that are less than middle-class, they own food stands on the street, they run small shops, etc. But all managed to live a very decent life.

Where are you living now? If you are still in Indonesia/Malaysia, take the chance and earn as more money there. With the lack of competition there, business can be easily built up. Earn as much money as you can. When it is enough, take all the money out of that Indonesia. Close the business, and start a new live in another better place.

Move to somewhere like Australia. Forget about Indonesia. That country is useless. Junk malays are stuck there. The reason they riot because they are stupid! They jealous of what the Chinese have.

I am happy to hear that you are in oversea next. Indonesia is not your home, your real home is in China. Indonesia treats Chinese badly, so as a Chinese we must think smart. Since that Chinese only have 3 to 5 percent in Indonesia, we shall not continue to live there and fight. We cannot fight them because they control the armies as well the government.

We should think smart, we have the brains. Earn as more money as we can and when it is enough like 1 to 10 million, take all of them and move to other country. This is call smart, try to imagine when each person get 1 million out of Indonesia, and the country will collapse badly. And I mean it very badly.

Sometime it is quite funny when all the rich Chinese move their money out of Indonesia, and the country collapse right away.

The truth is the truth, don't try to make stupid articles and insult Chinese how weak Chinese is.

You malays people are lazy. You will never be like us Chinese, we are far more superior than you all combined. We even dominated this earth and you are just guests here, you malays don't belong in Asia, but China for Asia. Malays are just islanders. Give us time and soon we will conquer your puny little islands just to throw our garbage and waste.

tim,  4:41 PTG  

Boleh of the Bolehs but Idiot of the Idiots.

We should make the best of what we have and progress from here.

All languages can be a medium of higher learning but are we going to upset the whole system just to please someone's ego and willing to start 50-60 years behind again and play catch up.

I hope Malaysians can face up to the fact that this is a multi-ethnic, multi-religion and secular country and stop blaming history for what we are today.

If we are so hateful, then we should kill all the white guys on sight for the unholy occupation of Malaya by their forefathers, of their more than 400 years of cruel colonial rule or was it?

If they were cruel, I would expect most malays be Christians today instead of Muslims

Like our great Tun said, if the British didn't bring the Chinese and the Indians here, probably we don't have the famous Twin Towers today, if you know what he meant.

But strangely enough, instead of laying their heat on the white guys, some Malaysians laid their anger on their Malaysian Chinese brothers, probably they don't like to see too many Chinese characters on shops and the many Chinese schools and temples, that make them feels small as although they were living under the Chinese.

They always say the Chinese have a secrete agenda to control Malaysia economy and ultimately to rule Malaysia.

This is a legitimate concern in 1957 but who have been ruling Malaysia for over 40 years since then and who have been trying hard to wrest control in everything and in every field?

All Malaysians including myself are a confuse lots, most have lost the directions, we don't understand the government, we don't know where we are heading.

To the outside world our government portrays Malaysia as a place full of wonderful people of various ethnicity, saturated with a potpourri of cultures, food and fun but on the other hand, the actions of the officials, point to other directions.

I would not dare and I think most Malaysian would not want to touch anything on Islam but I dare say majority of the Muslims are contended with today's Malaysia (But never, never confront them with question whether they like to see a Muslim state in Malaysia).

I don't think we are selling our country as a tourist destination to the Arabs by saying how strict a Muslim country ours are but luring them with the combination of wonderful and colorful things that they can expect here. Incidentally Genting Highland is one of the favorite spots for the Arab tourists.

Therefore I hope we should try our best to improve on what we have instead of disrupting the beautiful 'God sent system' that we are enjoying now and not ended up as becoming one of the 'pariah countries' of the world.

Stupidity is the price for blinkered foresight and ignorance.

Stay at inertia and we will be in the fourth world.

run away,  4:42 PTG  

I admire your guts and will in achieving your goal. Not many of us could do that. What you have posted here could be very well the truth sadly. If only you could forward this to every minister and even our very own PM, so that he will know just what every deserving student feel when they are being rejected.

I am sure they know but until and unless someone takes the initiative to write them personally, it will still be a lost because for the next generation. Those sitting comfortably in their ministerial positions won't be willing to stir things and get the boot, but I am sure if you could write to the PM, things could be a little different...........perhaps. But you will never know if you don't try.

If we can get what is offered here like in abroad why do we want to work abroad?

My cousin who was the best scorer for 2004 SPM (14As I think) is in the US right now, Wellesly Collage and she was offered a training programme while she was only there after 6 months - depending on her performance in the programme, she will be offered a high paid post on her graduation.

Thus she is the only daughter with no father, her mother is willing to emigrate for her sake! Why? Because she knows that in Malaysia, nothing like that will be offered to her!

Try for sharing your experience with us too, and we all know that even if you have a perfect score, you may not be sent abroad, remember the highest scorer from Sg Petani 2 or 3 years ago? The one who wanted to do medical but was given something else, where other not so better candidates were offered prime courses in top choice.........

Well it is the same every year, you get stories like that and as for your statement of needing to work hard abroad, I think it ring true everywhere, not only abroad but at home as well. For at least in the US, if you work hard with the results you will get the due recognition, where else it is a different ball game here Malaysia!

And for the education system which the government is experimenting at cost of our children, soon we will be really backdated. Look at the standard produced yearly and it does shows. Yet for all the ministers may talk, how many of you know a minister son studying in local sekolah jenis kebangsaan?

I doubt it.........

So the story is simple..........when most of the Chinese have left this country then the population of malays will outnumber the rest and this gives them even more voice, and the remaining groups will have to suffer more.

So how? Maybe we can ask the government for a piece of land, maybe an island and we can start afresh from there and call it China-newland. And 10 years later we will be better than Malaysia. Is that workable?

Maybe..........one never knows.

oversee,  4:44 PTG  

Malaysia is like a fine looking fruit from the outside but rotten on the inside.

However if you think Malaysia rolls out the red carpet for foreigners, then go through KLIA with a foreign friend. You'll soon wake up and smell the coffee!

Be prepared to wait up to an hour after you've strolled through immigration for your friend to get through the (up to) 1 hour queue at the foreign passport desk, which is manned by 4 immigration officers. The Malaysian desks will have 8 officers and a quarter of the traffic. Last month I counted 387 people waiting in line (yes I was that bored)!

Compare that to traveling to London Gatwick with my Malaysian girlfriend when she got through immigration in the foreign queue about 2 minutes before me in the EU citizens queue.

I wouldn't be surprised if some foreign investors have made their decision in that first hour to not bother. The immigration at Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam and dare I say it……….even bureaucracy India are faster than Malaysia. They are joint bottom with Thailand in the 25 countries I've visited for slow inefficient immigration.

hakim dirani 11:11 PTG  

Ana baikot juga.

hakim dirani 11:12 PTG  

Ana baikot juga.

gitartong 11:25 PG  

anda telah di spam.. mungkin perlu guna 'word verify'.

Faisal Tehrani 3:23 PTG  
Ulasan ini telah dialihkan keluar oleh pentadbir blog.
Zaid Akhtar 8:24 PTG  

hmm,
banyak betul spam yang masuk.
tp yang sensitif2 pula isunya tu.
kurang ajar!


gitartong,
saya dah buat apa yang anda suruh.
terima kasih.
;-)

nai 8:12 PTG  

siapa yang tulis panjang2 tu..

ya boikot,

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