Friday, May 21, 2010

Other questions please

Dear readers.

Here are some of the answer that I had prepared for an anonymous comment in DAP will relinquish the special rights of the Malay.

"Has the chinese stole from you?"

The Chinese like the Indians of Africa and Fiji are cultural chauvanists not willing to assimilate but to dominate at any cost. The answer is positive. Malaysia was known as the Federation of Malaya (Persekutuan Tanah Melayu), a name given to a federation of 11 states that existed from 31 January 1948 until 16 September 1963. Prior to world war 2, the concept of Ketuanan Melayu (Malay hegemony) was largely irrelevant at the time, as the Chinese and Indians, who formed almost half of the population, did not see themselves as citizens of Malaya.

A report by the British Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies in the early 1930s found that "the number of non-Malays who have adopted Malaya as their home is only a very small proportion of the whole population". A former British High Commissioner, Hugh Clifford, urged "everyone in this country [to] be mindful of the fact that this is a Malay country, and we British came here at the invitation of Their Highnesses the Malay Rulers, and it is our duty to help the Malays to rule their own country." The British government adopted an open "Pro-Malay" policy so that, in the words of High Commissioner Sir Laurence Guillemard, the Malays could be equipped "to take their proper place in the administrative and commercial life of these States."

The local-born non-Malay communities soon began agitating against the government's policies, and began demanding political representation. In 1936, the Malayan-born Indian community asked the British High Commissioner, Sir Shenton Thomas, to grant them a share of administrative appointments. Thomas rejected the request, stating, "...I do not know of any country in which what I might call a foreigner ... has ever been appointed to an administrative post."

"During the Japanese occupation period ... Malay national sentiment had become a reality; it was strongly anti-Chinese, and its rallying cry [was] 'Malaya for the Malays'..."

After World War II, the British announced the establishment of the Malayan Union. A large percentage of the Chinese and Indians — 83 and 75 percent, respectively — would qualify for citizenship under the jus soli principle applied by the Union, which would grant citizenship to all locally-born residents.

For what many commentators agree appears to be the first time, the Malays became politically conscious, organising rallies and marches to protest the Malayan Union's formation. At one such gathering, placards were hoisted, declaring that "Malaya Belongs to the Malays. We do not want the other races to be given the rights and privileges of the Malays."

Merdeka on the 31st August 1957

In 1961, Abdul Rahman mooted the idea of forming "Malaysia", which would consist of Brunei, Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore, all of which had been British colonies. The reasoning behind this was that this would allow the central government to control and combat communist activities, especially in Singapore. It was also feared that if Singapore achieved independence, it would become a base for Chinese chauvinists to threaten Malayan sovereignty.

Malay leader was generous enough to confer citizenship to the non-Malays who were not qualified for citizenship in exchange for getting the independence from the British.

Alan Lennox-Boyd explained:

"Under this compromise, anyone who is now a citizen of the Federation or who was born in the Federation and is over 18, or is born there after 31st August next, will have citizenship of the Federation as a right."

The Secretary of State for the Colonies (Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd), while debating our Independence Bill reported to the British Parliament:

"There were extreme views on the part of some sections of Malayan* (*I think when he said "Malayan", he was in fact referring to the Malays) opinion which are opposed to any political advance on the part of the Chinese people in Malaya. There were equally strong views held by some of the Chinese population demanding absolute jus soli citizenship for anybody born in the Federation and the complete abolition of any distinction between the races.

The constitutional Commission had to find a solution which would work and which would find general acceptance, and in our view it has fully succeeded in its task. The present Federation Constitution represents a genuine compromise worked out between differing sectors. The citizenship proposals, I believe, are a triumph of good sense and tolerance, amidst widely conflicting views, and I believe that the balance struck between Malay and Chinese has been found to he a wise balance.

The explains compromise as:
- to make a compromise or compromises
- a settlement of differences by mutual concessions; an agreement reached by adjustment of conflicting or opposing claims, principles, etc., by reciprocal modification of demands.
- to expose or make vulnerable to danger, suspicion, scandal, etc.; jeopardize
- an endangering, esp. of reputation; exposure to danger, suspicion

Hence, the Malays are the ones who had compromised their position as the indigenous people in Malaysia (better known as the Federation of Malaya or Persekutuan Tanah Melayu before independence) by accepting the non-Malays as the citizen of Malaysia. Never bite the hand that feeds you.

"What have they done to you except quietly doing their work & paying taxes?"

The Malays have always been very respectful towards other races, even when we are being discriminated by them in every aspect of our daily lives. We will not feel the same kind of exasperation if they put a sock from questioning about the special Malay rights, being racist by having their own vernacular schools, bullying the Malay traders until they become bancrupt, or being racists in our everyday lives by what we can blatantly see in various vacancies ad or various ads looking for housemates that prefer Chinese in the respective newspapers owned by the Chinese.

We despise extremists or ultra Chinese racists in the DAP because they are constantly undermining and demeaning the Malays. If you want to know what have they (the ultra kiasu Malaysian Chinese) had done to us, let's take a good look at our country's history of who is the culprit that caused the 13th May 1969 bloody riot.

Food beverages and hospitality are two of Malaysia’s largest employers and contributors to its gross domestic product. Yet Malay participation in this lucrative field of economic activity is deliberately stiffled and curtailed. In the earlier days before people like Mahathir intervened, the Chinese middle men reduced Malay rice growers of the north to poverty.

"If Ah Beng works triple shifts to save up for his family, he deserves to be hated?"

In business, most of the richer Chinese racists are in monopoly of various businesses by being the middle men who supply goods to the third party. For example, the sugar supply. Why is it now that the supply of sugar are scarce? Are the Chinese boss who are in monopoly of this business, hiding the goods so that the people will feel the effect of their irresponsible actions?

This is just a trick to increase the sugar price when there are more demand than supply. It is a basic thing in economics that if the supply is scarce and the demand is high, then the price of that particular product will shoot up. Certain parties who are greedy and are making things worst are the people who are smuggling the goods to our neighbouring country.

Moreover, it is a well-known fact that the Chinese middle men that supply goods to a Chinese sundry shop will give them a 3 months credit compared to the higher price imposed to the Malay sundry trader that should pay in cash and the credit period is as much as a couple of weeks. This is blatant discrimination from the Chinese middle men. Will Middle Malaysia propogated by DAP be this bigoted as proven by the middle Chinese men?

"Americans have high income & make a lot of money, should we hate them too?"

Where have you been, man? Haven't you been reading or watching the news lately? Didn't you know that America is having an economic depression right now?

This is a quote from The Telegraph.

The labour force contracted by 661,000. This did not show up in the headline jobless rate because so many Americans dropped out of the system. The broad U6 category of unemployment rose to 17.3pc. That is the one that matters.

Here is one from a blog.

Brookings: In 2008, 91.6 million people—more than 30 percent of the nation’s population—fell below 200 percent of the federal poverty level. More individuals lived in families with incomes between 100 and 200 percent of poverty line (52.5 million) than below the poverty line (39.1 million) in 2008. Between 2000 and 2008, large suburbs saw the fastest growing low-income populations across community types and the greatest uptick in the share of the population living under 200 percent of poverty.

Read about it here, here and here.

The fact is that, if the American government haven't helped the economic situation in America, they would have been bancrupt by now. Read here.

"Do you really think umno, perkasa, gertak is really fighting for you? Or are they just using you?"

Your parents cared for you from when you were just a baby until you are an adult. Are your parents using you then so that you could use them now? Or is it the other way round?

UMNO was established to unite the Malays to fight against the formation of Malayan Union. UMNO was formed for the right reasons that is for the unity of the Malay race. However, in recent times, UMNO is seen to be more inclined towards helping a race that had already dominated the economy. Surely they are the ones who are in control of our economy, if year after year, in the top 10 list of the richest men in Malaysia, 8 are being held by the Chinese descendants.

Here's a quote from Tun Dr Mahathir:

“We hear a lot about demands by Chinese extremists questioning the provision of Malay special rights in the constitution, demanding an end to the NEP, reduction of quotas for Malay students. “They even say the Malays are also 'kaum pendatang' or immigrants. An article even claims that there is no such thing as a Malay race,” said the former premier. “It seems to many Malays that Umno is incapable of countering the attacks by Chinese extremists against the Malays,” he added.

Read more here.

Quoting from Tun Dr Mahathir about the "Melayu Bangkit" programme:

Speaking at a press conference at the office of the Perdana Global Peace Organisation, Mahathir said: "I did not plan to go there to stir up feelings between the different races, but to remind them that if we don't take care of this problem of race, we will repeat our mistake. I think if we forget our history, we will be punished by repeating the mistake over and over again."

Read more about Mahathir: I planned to educate, not incite at Gertak rally.

Perkasa logo

Quote from Datuk Ibrahim Ali:

We also disagree that we should do away with the subsidy mentality. When you say "subsidy", it reflects on the Malay [Malaysians]. The years of the New Economic Policy (NEP) from 1974 until 1990 saw the country at its best economic growth. All we want is for the NEP's objective for the economic cake to be 30% for bumiputera. Now, non-bumiputera control almost 40% to 50%. But the bumiputera share is still stagnant. You can't include government-linked companies (GLCs). They are not owned directly by Malay [Malaysians] but by the government.

In terms of individual stakes, you see only one Malay [Malaysian], Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary, among the country's 10 richest men.

Read more about the real deal with Perkasa here.

Quoting MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek:

"We don't encourage and we condemn such a gathering.

"It will just remind us of the dark days of May 13 and there is no need for that," he said during a press conference yesterday after chairing the MCA presidential council meeting.

"We feel that BN leaders should not attend the gathering to show that they are committed to the 1Malaysia concept."

For someone who is the President of MCA, who is supposed to be different from the ultra kiasu leader, he had just proven that he's the same as Lim Kit Siang. Read This is racist.


  1. Salam..Sesungguhnya CCZ amat menggagumi posting ini. Mungkin sudah tiba masanya para pemimpin kita berani bercakap secara terang-terangnya terutama selepas kekalahan BN di Sibu. Penerangan secara umum dianggap rasis sedangkan mereka lebih rasis dari Melayu itu sendiri.

  2. A bloody good post, my friend.

    Good that you put out the glaring historical facts. They glare at times like this. They stare at those ungrateful ingratiates.

    So much lack of respect for what are enshrined in the Constitution resulting in increasing racial polarisation in the country.

    Hope you will continue digging and putting out such historical facts so that the wayward fellows will realise how unreasonable they have been.

  3. a great article.
    should be post at the main posting, lets everybody read and understand why now all malays wake-up.

  4. We as Malays should wake up and be more independent. Why dependent on the government when we can work hard and achieve success ourselves? Why hate other races and play the blame game, knowing hate will only eat yourself in the end. Grow a pair and man up, if chinese can do it, so can we!

  5. During Tun Dr Mahathir's tenure, he set up a Look East Policy so that we can exemplify the hard working culture of the Japanese people that had made Japan one of the most developed nation in the world.

    After 22 years of serving as The Father of Modern Malaysia, he still failed to change the attitude of the Malays. Malays easily forget, the Malays are lazy and they have a "Tidak Apa" attitude.

    The Malays are also easily influenced towards negative things such as 'merempit', hedonism, drugs etc, etc.

    Wake UP now before our country is being controlled by someone who is the agent of the another country bent on New World Order.


Say whatever that is on your mind. Heck! This is a free country after all. If the racists Chinese can swear at the Malays as much as they want, we can do that as well.

However, I will not be held responsible to whatever that you have to say. The comment is solely the private opinion of the author.