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!.

Friday, October 25, 2013

Absence of Malice......!?

 

 

mal·ice

[mal-is] Show IPA
noun
1.
desire to inflict injury, harm, or suffering on another, either because of a hostile impulse or out of deep-seated meanness: the malice and spite of a lifelong enemy.
2.
Law. evil intent on the part of a person who commits a wrongful act injurious to others.
 
Absence of Malice means none of the above is intended!
 
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This is in reference to a series of articles  and write-ups on a guy purportedly to be gay and working for the prime minister. This article about this guy appeared on the day the Budget was announced.  
To be in a correct perspective here the affidavit that was posted about this "gay guy" is an old one and that could have been released, if it is a true or fake, a long time ago like last year or last month or months later after the budget or just wait until the outcome of the investigation.
But instead bloggers appear to be friendly decided to publish it now.
However, this purported "gay guy" said to be involved in helping the PM with the budget speech and those who know him know him as a competent thinker and writer albeit the accusation.
The attacks on him appear to be concerted effort and with malice.
Those who claimed to be a strong supporters of the PM had better make their stance clear whether to help the PM or downgrade him by attacking his officers.
Written without malice intended!

Thursday, October 17, 2013

It has always been about race - Chinese and Malay!

The younger Tun Ghazali Shafie and ardent Malay nationalist.





The armed wing of the Malaysian Communist Party (MCP), the Malayan People's Anti-Japanese Army (MPAJA) or the dreaded Bintang Tiga, upon hearing the Japanese surrender during the Second World War had emboldened to terrorise and kill Malay villagers.  MPAJA even tried to kidnap the late Sultan Abu Bakar of Pahang where they laid an unsuccessful ambush on the king.
Those were not my para-phrased words but those were the words of the late Tun Ghazali Shafie, who died in 2010, who sent me a letter in 1989 documenting the incident that almost got the late Sultan of Pahang and his entourage slaughtered by the Chinese MPAJA near Gambang, Pahang.
Ghazali was a member of the Force 136 at the time when Japanese surrendered.  I have the signed letter in my possession.  Similarly, the MPAJA or the Bintang Tiga ransacked the Seri Menanti Istana looking for the late Tuanku Munawir and his family to be slaughtered.  Luckily, Tuanku fled to safety and his son is now the ruler of Negeri Sembilan.
The thing is MPAJA or MCP or Bintang Tiga were set up with one aim and one aim only to snatch the Malay Peninsular and turned it into a chauvinist Chinese state.  They were never a nationalistic group they were just a bunch of chauvinist and racist Chinese out to usurp power from the existing Malay rulers.
Unfortunately, as a side note, for the Malays, and the ruling Malay households included, they tend to easily forget history in their quest to be "comfortable" and elitist in their nature.
Today, we may not have Chinese subscribing to the MPAJA, MCP or Bintang Tiga, but they come in a different guise, they come in a shape of a chauvinist Chinese DAP, a bunch of nasty chauvinist Chinese who want no part of  Malaysia as it is today, they just want a Chinese Malaysia. They even use religion to create chaos and havoc for their own grim end.
I wish these negative and bad people who have decided not to contribute to the success of the country to come to their senses. OR unless they are adamant in destroying this country's racial make up.  To this and to them I say good luck.  We will fight you!  Read more real truth here....




 

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

They came and they were genuinely impressed with the man!

Body language of leaders is mainly observed by political pundit and observer.  Kerry and Najib is good.

A Canadian said it was rare to see Harper giving a real smile...always that fake-y ones!

High five from the US Sec of State to this  Manchester United guy..way to go!

It is a known fact in a political arena that the guest will not bother looking at the boring host country's leader talking at any joint-press conference..Harper stared in disbelief at Najib and was probably thinking: "Damn, for an Asian, his English is good!"


I am talking about a recent visit by two North American leaders namely US Secretary of State John Kerry and Canada Prime Minister Stephen Harper and how they interacted with our Prime Minister Najib Razak.
One Canadian officials with the entourage said Harper genuinely likes Najib demeanour and Kerry according to an American official likes Najib for his candour and sincerity.
Sources said Kerry was in Penang for R&R during his tour of duty during the Vietnam War and still have fond memory of Malaysia "although it was a long time ago".
Harper was a tad apprehensive about what he heard about Malaysia in the past, which part I was not clear, but after seeing Malaysia he was overheard saying "I should have come here a long time ago, a very beautiful country that I want Canadians to come and see for themselves".
Harper likes Najib and said Najib was a "superb and extremely polished Asian leader" that he had the opportunity to know. 
Coming from Harper the statement was unusual, considering he does not like that many people and Canadians that he found taxing enough when trying to convince them of his political wisdom.
I remember the condescending and a wee bit arrogant former US Secretary of State Clinton who appeared to being forced to do her job when she really thought she would better being a President.
The good news is bilateral trade between the two countries and Malaysia are expected to be increased.  And another good news is the Canadian Visa Section at the Canadian High Commission will be opened again in KL.
As of now Malaysians applying for Canadian visa have to go to Singapore or through the online, which is rather a drag.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Should not have been taken to court in the first place!



Are we, in this country, seriously ready to die for our stupidity?

The word Allah in our Malaysian context...is for Islam to use and anyone other religion trying to be shrewd about attempting to use it for their own sneaky interest is doing it with a gross malice intended.
Lets us not fu%k around with each other's religion  unless if we want to kill each other in the name of each other's religion.   Just let us build this beautiful country and to improve our way of life and let our constitution be our guide. Read more here...





Friday, October 11, 2013

Malays are far from that concept of self-actualisation!



Laungan ini masih di kehendaki!

I still vaguely remember studying, for my introductory psychology multiple-choice test at my university, about a notable American psychologist, Abraham Maslow, who said:"The basic needs of humans must be met (e.g. food, shelter, warmth, security, sense of belongings etc.) before a person can achieve self-actualization - the need to be good, to be fully alive and to find meaning in life."
In general the Malays are no where near achieving that elusive concept of self-actualisation mentioned by Maslow above.  Malays in general need to feel fully alive, fully happy and must find that true meaning of life.
Achieving all of the above, the Malays must be very focus in what ever that they want.  Take the upcoming Umno assembly where leaders will be selected from within the stable, and they must choose wisely.
The Malays must be focused on the fact that only less than fifteen per cent, give or take, of Malays have succeeded in achieving that semblance of that much sought after concept of "self-actualisation" the rest are only pretending to achieve so and are unhappy.
Having a lifetime mortgage terraces houses and driving Proton product vehicles paying through their noses on monthly payment, does not make anyone happy.  They can only pretend to be happy.
Well, may be this upcoming Umno general assembly is the right moment for the Malays to ponder the meaning of life and how to change their real predicament that they are in now by choosing wisely.
Again in general, the Malays are not a happy lot, if they do they would not have broken up into three pieces, of course I am speaking metaphorically.
For the Malays who are in position to vote in a good future leader they must do so wisely.  They must choose leaders that are hell-bent in fighting for the Malay rights and of others genuinely.
Choose a leader with a good track record, especially a good employment record and history, and not to vote for pretty faces. Choose a leader that are not smudge with controversy.
Do not be fooled by their sweet talks come party elections, just do not be conned by their lies.
In other words Melayu, pandai pandai lah memilih calun yang betul betul berwibawa, bukan calun yang buat make-over dan recycle yang cuma mahukan kan jawatan kerana gila kuasa.
Pilih lah pemimpin Pemuda dan Wanita dll dengan fikiran waras.
Kalau saya ada hak mengundi, saya akan mengundi veteran saperi Sanusi Junid kalau nama beliau ada dalam kertas undi dan saya akan menolak Dollah Badawi kalau nama beliau ada dalam kerta undi.
Bedza nya bagi saya, saya yakin kepada Sanusi sebagai memimpin bangsa Melayu dan saya tidak langsung mengundi Dollah berdasarkan sejarah beliau yang menghampakan kan bangsa Melayu sewaktu di menjadi perdana menteri. Sewaktu di memerintah sebalik nya dia tidur dengan memberi padah yang buruk kepada negara dan bangsa.
Salam, Hidop Melayu dan Selamat Berjuang!


Tuesday, October 08, 2013

If Ali Rustam really say this he should be voted in as Umno VP!


Mohd Ali Rustam
 
"I have yet to hear any one Umno vice-president hopeful to be as candid as Ali Rustam saying it as it is.  Certain issues are beyond good manners as they say, and yes the Malaysian Chinese have rejected BN under Umno and in the aftermath things need to be said and out of the chest befor it really fester.  What Ali said is for the Malays to take note on and for what he said involves the future of the Malays in their own coutry." BM .

 
(Reproduced from Malaysian Insider without permission)
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In a move to whip up support in the coming Umno polls, vice-president hopeful Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam attacked the Chinese for allegedly being involved in all "illegal businesses" in the country.
"We can't have casinos, 4D, Toto, gambling, lottery, massage parlors, ah long. These are all illegal. And the Chinese are the ones dabbling with all the illegal businesses," he told an audience of about 100 people at an entrepreneurs event organised by Perbadanan Usahawan Nasional Berhad (PUNB) today.
The former Malacca chief minister also said that although he worked tirelessly in the last general election, he was voted out by the Chinese.
Ali was recently elected as chairman of PUNB, a government entrepreneur development corporation with the aim to foster Bumiputera business owners.
"PUNB's work will only be considered a success when there's a whole chain of businesses, from suppliers down to the sale of finished products, all done by Malays," Ali said.
He then trained his guns at the DAP, saying that if the opposition was to take over the country, "the Malays will be living along the Gombak river".
He also said Penang would not maintain its standing as a tourist hub as the state has a "chief minister who is a racist".
"If he can, he'll suppress the Malays to the ground," Ali added.
He accused the DAP of acquiring Bumiputera land using their Malay members and then building tall apartments.
"Who knows what will happen five years from now," he said.
Ali also alleged that Kelantan, a state under PAS rule, has plenty of opportunities for logging but only DAP members are getting the conracts.
"DAP wanted to enter Malacca but the people there rejected the Chinese-based party and gave their votes to Barisan Nasional," he added.
"DAP wants to destroy the Constitution that protects the rights of Malays. As long as the Constitution is such, they will fight on," he alleged before adding that if politicians such as Karpal Singh, Lim Kit Siang and Mat Sabu, who had lost in previous elections, continued to fight on, so should he.
The politician, in his campaign to win the hearts of Malay conservatives, also spoke on the necessity to retain Malays in most government agencies, including the police and armed forces.
"The Chinese want everything. We've treated them well. The Malays have been good to them," Ali continued.
"When the Chinese want help, request to build schools, scholarships, the government gave it to them. But when election time came, they forgot all this. All that's important is that they take over the Malays and turn them into 'pendatang'."
This stirred the emotions of the audience with some of them shouting, "ask the Chinese to return home".
Ali also criticised Chinese schools, in particular the Dong Zong education group, for asking the government to recognise the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) and to allow the PMR and SPM examinations to be conducted in Chinese.
"This doesn't even happen overseas. If they want all their requests fulfilled, then fulfill our request and close all the vernacular schools and turn it all into national schools like in Thailand and Singapore," he added.

Saturday, October 05, 2013

Is our Government monitoring cigarette manufacturers activity?!!


Sad story of the Marlboro man
You decide

More and more people are now smoking in spite of price increase on packets of cigarette from RM10 to more than RM12. I am one of the lucky person to have kicked the habit for good and not looking back for sure.
However, my own observation shows that more and more youngsters are now puffing away, more so than it was.
When I was growing up smoking, I remember the notice on cigarette boxes indicating the amount of nicotine and tar contents of every brand.
Today no such notice can be found.  Nicotine is bad enough it will stain you lung but the tar in cigarettes is the biggest culprit that will make you an addict in a short period time after the first puff.
Cigarette manufacturers, legal or illegal, have no qualms in increasing the tar content of their brand to create more addicts and more profit.
While the government sometimes gets carried away with the business of the day, like mega projects, that they believe is more important than reducing more people from being cigarette addicts, it must re-think about saving lives of those who are becoming silent victims of being tar and nicotine zombies created by unscrupulous cigarette manufacturers.
While western countries, like Canada and the Scandinavian countries are spending part of their annual budgets by making their population enjoy a cigarette-smoke free quality of life, we in Malaysia may have gotten our priorities screwed up.
In these Western countries smoking among the population has gone down drastically.  Even the Canadian Imperial Tobacco has moved out of the country and set up shop in some pathetic Third World region.
To begin with, if our government still insists on collecting cigarette revenue, at least monitor the tar and nicotine content of all cigarettes and to reinforce the legislation and laws pertaining the product.
Make these "nicotine and tar pushers" provide the nicotine and tar contents on labels compulsory AGAIN!
It may still  not save lives in a long run but will not make people become addicted to tobacco so quickly. Or they can get out of the habit if they do want to quit when they are not too addicted to tobacco that they can easily quit.