Saturday, October 26, 2013

What if the Chinese ARE the majority!


The Chinese in this country do not want to share they just want more and more...

They will go to the extent of tricking you, even to wear a songkok, for your votes but will discard you after they win!


In his Budget speech Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak said according to a 2010 census, it was  indicated the Malays and Bumiputras at 18.6 million (67.9per cent), Chinese at 6.6 millions (24 per cent) and India.  He also said: "This means there are about 27.4 millions Malaysian citizens."
My take is out of this equation, roughly my simple calculation is that the Chinese, at only 24 percent, control over 70% or the country economic pie or corporate equity.
More than 70% of the prime real estate of the country and in the capital is owned by non-Malays or non-Bumiputras, frankly speaking they are all owned by Chinese.
Back to the 2010 census, if the equations were reversed the Chinese would be making it a tradition whenever they can to remind the Malays that they were the minority and to shut up, never to complain and never to own banks luxury building, given lousy jobs and silently being discriminated upon every of their lives.
If you think what I said is rubbish think again.  Take Singapore for example, the Malays just exist as only a mere statistic, they can never own a tall buildings nor can they ever own a bank and have to put up with a racial outburst toward the Malays and Islam from their erstwhile and senile mentor LKY.
Yet the Chinese minority in this country cry foul over mistreatment and being victims of racial abuse from the majority Malays!?  We all know such mistreatment was never true but yet chauvinist DAP Chinese leaders would like to give the whole world the wrong impression.
If the situation is reversed the chauvinist Chinese will hound us for ever and ever reminding us to be thankful for being a minority.  Think Malays and Bumiputras, you are the majority in this country that was once called Persekutuan Tanah Melayu.  According to the late Senu Abdul Rahman, to make the Chinese and Indian comfortable "we even changed the country name to Malaysia."
That sums up as to how accommodating the Malays are....and YET!.

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