Friday, November 07, 2008

Royal Bashing Now? What Happen from Malaysiakini

Now it seems that it is bashing time for the royals... Saddening, that is what they say extremist, when one accept people who are views the same as themselves...

Pls follow this link ... The title also is a bit kurang ajar ...


Anonymous said...

The way I see it... let these China and Keling go on poking.

Sooner or later Melayu akan naik angin. I am waiting for the day too, and help in scapling. Red Indian style.

MRSM Kalae Chepo 66/73

Anonymous said...

Yeahlo, orang tak guna otak like you will go on ass-kissing. Royal ass to you mesti taste better huh?

Hamzah said...

what so special that their statement, royals cannot be challenge ke?

isn't some of the royals allowances paid by rakyat tax money?

Anonymous said...

Yes scalping red indian style and you will end up like the present red indians, drunk, handicap and still bodoh. You will be kept in the reservation.

Anonymous said...

If you want to blog, no one is stopping you. But at least, learn to write a proper sentence in proper English or proper Malay. Don't know which hole you crawled out from, do you?

San said...

The problem in Malaysia is, we shouldn't have independence from British at very first place. How nice it will be if Queen appoints someone calibre person in Malaysia like Satyanand. God bless Malaysia!

No need to look so far. Even our neighbour down south has an Indian for a deputy prime minister.

Man, don't forget the same southern neighbour is also having an Indian as president. Not for a single term. Now he is on his second term as president. This is called transparency!

The so-called unity in this country is very much superficial. There are only two reasons why it appears this way to the outsider.

1. Anyone that says anything about the Umno malay deems racial will be thrown to jail under ISA.

2. As general, people appreciate the harmony and peace in this country. Especially with all the terrorist attacks and wars all over the world.

As for a reason a true "Malaysian" race will not happen, there is only one. As long as the discrimination and separation of "bumis" and "non-bumis" exist. People will be automatically very conscious about their ethnic race.

The logic is simple, the more discrimination, the more conscious about their place in society and the more conscious about protecting the benefit of their ethnic race.

Once this "bumis" and "non-bumis" status is abolished and everyone is equal, citizens will automatically merged into one Malaysian race.

The cause is that Malaysia and Malaysians still prefer to have race-based political parties to rule this country.

Then, what you get are politicians who gain power using race-issues, and politician-wannabes like the upstart son-in-law playing dangerous claptrap racial politics to be in the limelight.

In a multiracial country like Malaysia, where Malaysians political maturity is just out of infancy, Malaysians become easy suckers and convenient victims of dangerous racial politics, including the manifestation of keris-wielding dramatics in public by minister come from these race-based political parties.

Initially three main component parties in BN were formed to show British that we, as the citizens of this land are unite and we want and can be independent.

After the May 13 incident and the introduction of NEP, the focus of each party changes to protect benefit of the race that represent under the segregation "bumis" and "non-bumis" status.

To me, Pak Lah focus on wrong direction, he is more like a "ketua kampung" than a prime minister. Prime minister should focus on making the country strong and able to compete internationally, and let the real "ketua kampung" worry about asking people to be polite, etc.

Can anyone blame those dissolution people for not flying the flag on independence day? To me, there is really nothing to celebrate about. We seem to be worst off in terms of racial polarization with each passing year.

coolooc said...

Malaysia is the only country in the world where the constitution itself (no less) says that a particular race has to belong a particular religion. No other country follows this ruling. Not even Arabia (birthplace of Islam) or Indonesia (largest Muslim population).

Anonymous said...

"Racial polarisation in the country is not caused by the country's vernacular school system but more by the government political, education and economic discriminative policies." - an educationist said today.

The prime minister and all the Umno ministers will never admit that polarisation arises more out of the race-based policies and privileges one race gets over another.

Similarly, there are other areas of our daily lives where terminologies used have made us view certain practices as privileges rather than sacrifices. For instance, the bumi discount for houses.

The total sale value to the developer is still the same. It is just that the non-malay buyer is likely to be required to pay for some of the discount given to the malays.

But the longer the NEP policies continue and the greater the vehemence with which Umno politicians issue threats, terminologies will change and more people will talk about these practices or policies in words that may not sound as pleasing to the ears of the beneficiaries.

Obviously, at that point we shall probably see a new round of discriminations and disagreements. Unfortunately, as long as only weak people take on leadership roles within Umno, threats will continue, NEP policies will be sustained and corruption will prevail.

That unfortunately is the legacy we have as Malaysians.

The basic building blocks of unity, whether you are uniting different ethnic groups in a country or trying to re-engineer a corporation of differing cultural values, are the same.

The principal parties have to be treated as equals - nor special privileges no favours that would favour one group over another. Any privilege that is given should be given to all on the same basis - for example, special privilege given to the financially poor regardless of race or ethnic origin.

It is only on this equitable footing that you can foster true nationalism and build lasting unity, since each component group will have the same stake in the nation and has equal likelihood in reaping the rewards or suffering the consequences.

My recommendation to the government, not simply as a businessman but also based on pragmatism, is not to waste any more taxpayer ringgit on nationalism programmes until it has established the pre-conditions for its success.

What is sad is that, after almost five decades of independence, we have been unable in Malaysia, to bring globally vision leaders to the forefront - leaders who can see beyond racial boundaries to recognise the immense sociological and economic potential that can benefit all Malaysians.

aston said...

Yes, which Islamic country in the world today is strong in technology, R&D, literature, etc?

The answer is a big NONE!

Drop Islam and malays would be a better race!

ruyom said...

My school in the 50s and 60s when terms like bumi and non-bumi did not exist.

Back then, there was a kind of kindred among school children then that does not exist today. We were racially different but we were all equal in every other way. Nobody was 'special'.

Today when a non-malay student goes to school, he has already been told over and over again by his parents that, "You will have to do superlatively in order to get into a local university."

The child comes back having done creditably well, and doesn't get the university course of his choice. But his malay classmate, with worse marks than him, gets more than he asked for.

All these double standards and retrogressive policies were put in place by our selfish politicians whose aim, rather than uplifting the malays, was to perpetually stay in power for their own good.

The end result is a new generation of Malaysians who are not united in the least.

The first thing to be done towards a real Bangsa Malaysia is to pull down all divisions that categorise us along racial and religious lines.

All, irrespective of race and religion, must be subjected to a truly merit-based system in every sphere of Malaysian life.

All political parties that exploit any form of religion should be banned.

vesewe said...

It pains me further to know that as advanced or intellectually superior we claim to be, we are still unable to see past belief or skin colour.

Let me ask you a question, if your mother treats your brother much better than you, give him a car, education and house and you "zero" - how will you feel?

You malays are so lazy to even talk, what can you do? If you don't like us arguing, you can go back to Indonesia!

Malays being strong? Even with all these racist quotas to help the malays, the malays are still weak, so don't talk rubbish here! If we take away the tongkat, don't you think malays will fall? Strong? Strong people don't need tongkat in the first place!

If the Chinese were to leave Malaysia as when they leave Vietnam, Malaysia will be just like Vietnam - one of the poorest countries in the world!

Malays are sharp? Copy food and marriage festival from Indians, copy language from English. What are your original things that you guys invented? I think even the sarong is borrowed from the Indians!

I know one thing you guys didn't borrow from people - laziness and stupidity!

I forgot, you are a Muslim but I thought Quran ask people not to lie. So do you think you will go to heaven or hell by your religion standards?

If Malaysia was built by malays, the British won't bring in Chinese and Indians to develop the economy. Malays are well known for being lazy and stupid, that is the reason why the British brought in foreign labours, was you sleeping when Mahathir pointed out this fact?

Does a strong man need a tongkat to walk? Only those paralyzed malays like you need tongkat.

What is wrong with Mahathir saying a person who needs a tongkat is weak, because that is the truth. Other people can run but the malays cannot even walk without a tongkat!

Then why don't we use your logic: Give the special rights to non-malays, and malays have no special rights. By then, you will complain and should you go back to Indonesia?

Why do Indonesians come to Malaysia to work when they are so strong? Because they like to be parasites and feed on the Chinese's income tax! Use your brain, which has not been used because you are so lazy.

The reason why Malaysia suffered a currency plunge is because the government was giving out a lot of loans to people who cannot pay back (the malays) and they were helping a lot of government cronies based on race.

Why didn't the Singapore suffer a similar fate? Because they are efficient. In Malaysia, it is all about malays subsidies and saving malays asses.

If the Chinese didn't save the economy in 1997, the currency would have plunge even lower and the economy suffer even more! This is all because of the weakness of the racist policies.

Isn't it stupid to see these racial bashings, and to think that we consider ourselves a successful multi-racial country?

If you do not want Malaysians and even foreigners to criticize Malaysia due to their racist policies, please remove them. That is the biggest obstacle to unity and not because we have Chinese or Tamil schools!

I am trying to tell everyone this country is belong to every Malaysian - a country which left majority Chinese will develop like Taiwan and a country only left malays will become like Indonesia - there is nothing special about this country anymore.