2006年8月25日 星期五



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  1. I am now 50 years old. My family home was mortgaged and my father took an education loan to fund my studies. An accomplished philatelist, he also had to sell part of his collection towards this.

    Upon returning 'home' in 1980, I immediately had a managerial job but still had to lecture some nights to repay all the loans. It took me six years to be debt free only to get married and back in debt to buy my home.

    I am not a bumi as defined although I am the third-generation of my family from the time my grandparents came here. I believe I have a tremendous sense of dignity but Mahathir, sadly played no part in giving it to me. Why?

    Firstly, I was educated under the old English medium when our teachers were professionals and our schools superbly administered. They were not closed for one community only. My friends from my schooldays are still my friends and we were of all the races. Who changed this?

    University Malaya was a beacon for educational excellence. The closest I could ever get was to practise my tennis there and play hockey and football. (I represented the state in hockey and tennis).

    Today, I have to find a way to educate my son overseas but for a different reason - I would not want him in UM even if he qualified to get in. Who changed this?

    Financially, my son will have to be educated by me solely - forget the mirage of scholarships - from my salaried income. The tax I pay to the government is more than enough to sustain a child overseas.

    Tomorrow, I will repeat the process for my equally gifted daughter as well. Yes, I have dignity, but no, Mahathir played no part in imparting it. Who will help me?

    At work, I am confronted daily with issues about 'coffee' money from almost every government department I deal with. Sometimes the coffee money is enough to buy a coffee plantation.

    The cars I buy at hugely inflated prices (compared to the same cars in many other countries) help feed a parasite called Proton. Maybe some people drive one with dignity?

    Our sportsmen who participate in events bankrolled by the government perform pathetically. Is this dignity? The sportsmen who generally fund themselves in sports which previously had little glamour or status achieve championship status. They are the one who have dignity.

    And what about our parliamentarians - are they dignified?

    We are like frogs in water. Water that is slowly being heated up. Spend some time in the educational establishments, hospitals, immigration departments, local authority departments, sports arenas and maybe even the courts, and you will see how Mahathir has contributed to our 'dignity'.

  2. I saw the video of the ruckus in UPM and I am shocked and disgusted with the hooligans being let off with an 'advice' from UPM vice chancellor. At the very least the ring leader doing all the shoving and shouting and the other supporters should be put on record for their violent behaviour and put on notice.

    Can you imagine the bravado these people involved will be feeling now, do you ever think they have learned any lesson from this advice, the only thing possibly is next time we will push the envelope even more and see what happens.

    The education ministry is lead by loose cannons, firebrands, who twist and bend regulations to suit their whims and fancies. From the minister down, everyone and each should be put on notice that they are not suited for the jobs they are given. In any other country, this kind of wanton irresponsible behaviour would have got them the sack.

    Is it any wonder that our universities are not even listed in the 1000 in the world! The education minister is too busy politicking to give some time to his allotted duties in the ministry.

    Having said that I would urge political parties to refrain from politicizing the issue further as it would do no good - eventually it would only worsen the polarizing process now driving the races poles apart.

    What is happening in the country campuses is a mirror image of what is happening in the community at large. Much as I am disinclined to repeat the oft repeated statement, "We reap what we sow" - it is still very much so in this case.

    What do you expect from a university which is not even in the radar screen of the top 300 universities in Asia? When you have an uncivilised vice chancellor who is incapable of disciplining his students, that correctly reflects how badly our university has deteriorated.

    The acceptance of fascism among students is a reflection of the Umno acceptance of fascism itself. It is the latest proof to show how easily Umno leaders are willing to exploit their own suppose BN partners for their own personal gains.

    The same goes for those Umno Youth in Penang demanding administrative change. All these are about selfish personal gains and got not much to do with issues and it is institutionally accepted.

    A civilised person knows his/her rights end, when someone else rights begin. A civilised person does not use threat, intimidation and fear to achieve his/her goals.

    This is a case of gross lack of respect and of discipline for the rights of others. One could only blame on the leadership and environment in the university.

    The BN government again has failed to protect the public. BN has failed to protect the public university. BN has failed to protect the public in public areas and in the areas of residence. BN has failed to protect the poor. BN has failed to build a quality of life to the public.

    BN failed……….BN failed……….BN failed……….And what do we do when someone fails. We don't reward them with another vote.

    Thugs, road hooligans and gangsters are now recognized by BN as national assets. Why? Because the BN ministers themselves behave like thugs, road hooligans and gangsters. They even refuse to pay their traffic fines. Malaysia needs a change in government urgently!

  3. I used to follow the "Today In Parliament" program over the Singapore TV network. The high level of professionalism and intellect in all the ministers are apparent in their line of questioning and quality of their answers.

    I have never seen any unbecoming or rude behaviour, including the opposition. It seems like in the Malaysia parliament, it is more like a zoo. It is not even worth it to televise the proceedings as the BN ministers set a very bad example for the public.

    They come unprepared, the quality of discussions is mediocre, they are disrespectful, and worse of all "cakap tak serupa bikin".

    To all BN ministers, swallow your pride and learn from the opposition members or even the parliamentarians in Singapore how to conduct yourselves. You have been elected by the people to represent them with dignity, and to deliver results for the country betterment. So, wake up as the next election might not be so lucky for you!

  4. One must be fair to minister for his intention to declare Selangor a developed state. In his opinion, Selangor is a developed state and the evidence is everywhere for all to see.

    Go to any large housing estate like Subang Jaya etc, and you can barely see any greenery. Only hot, hot concrete and asphalt. Who cares about the rise in temperatures? After all, residents can afford air conditioners, and it is good for the economy.

    And the water authorities just recently declared that one-third of Selangor's rivers are dead, heavily polluted, with industrial garbage, effluents, carcasses of animals like dogs and cats. These are definitely clear signs of progress and development.

    There is no need to wonder why the fireflies in Kuala Selangor, one of the very few in the world, are dying in large numbers. What has become of it?

    There are no squatters in Selangor any more, never mind the statement recently that all these will be 'resolved' by next year. Does this mean that big boards will be put up to block the views of the many ugly settlements and ghettos that line the roads all over the state?

    Aren't there many illegal settlements in the many hills and villages all over Selangor whose residents speak foreign tongues and who from time to time like to engage in vicious fights, not to mention indulge in their favourite past-time of crime?

    As for social life, well, what have we got? No cinemas, no liquor advertising, strict licencing, only entertainment suitable for the whole family. And to ensure compliance and good morality, there are the ever eager and zealous religious police.

    And Selangor ever 'efficient' bureaucratic civil service can be depended upon to make many and regular costly mistakes in land registration, monitoring of projects, inaction, etc.

    No need for punishment, just a lot of continuous learning curves, like from the belly dancers in Egypt while cruising on the Nile.

    But best of all, corruption is not prevalent in the state! No private allocation of choice plots to politicians, no allocation of low-cost houses to those who do not qualify, local council meetings are transparent, and politicians in high places did not receive gratifications like houses and plots of land.

    Selangor shamelessly claims many national infrastructure projects as its own - like the ports, highways and international airports - and takes credit for the trade that passes through them, never mind if they originate for other states.

    The list goes on. Given all these 'achievements', the good minister should set up a consultancy to offer his 'expertise' to other chief ministers on to how to achieve a 'developed' state status in double-quick time.

    Especially to minister whose Penang state, also the prime minister home state, is still painfully 'undeveloped' even after 20-odd years.

  5. The big problem in Malaysia is the government is keep protecting one race and spoon feed them. That is why the malays doesn't grow.

    My friend who is the founder of Arab-Malaysian Bank from Dubai. He told me the malays in Malaysia are sucking lazy bastard and he encountered a lot of problems when setting up his first biz in Malaysia. What is your say?

    One nation one race = Malaysians - but in Malaysia we don't call ourselves Malaysians, we call ourselves - non-Muslim bumis, Muslim bumis, Indians and Chinese. Can you see the problem here?

    I came from Sabah and what I don't like is the government give IC to all those illegal immigrants who are only Muslims from southern Philippines, Pakistan and Indonesia till our population boomed up to 3 millions. Is that fair to the non-Muslims? Why don't the government give IC to the illegal immigrants from Vietnam, Laos and China?

    70% crimes in Sabah are contributed by these bunches of culprits. Why is this double standards practice by the Malaysia government?

    Why the illegal immigrants from southern Philippines, Pakistan and Indonesia were treated like first class citizen because after they got their IC, they can enjoy the benefits like the malay bumis.

    Look at our Umno Youth nowadays, they such as a bunch of racist bastard and they only champion for their malays but they can't rule the multi-racial country because it will definitely fail! God knows!

    The funny thing about the malay race is they cannot be shamed into changing, judging from the many scolding from the ex-PM dished out to them.

    The Chinese are already immune to Umno usual tirades against the "pendatang". They want to continue the NEP beyond year 2020? Go ahead. It doesn't matter anymore. The system is already breaking down.

    The malays have to pay for their own university education. The government just can't grant them all free scholarships anymore. The malays have to look for jobs on their own. The overly bloated civil service just can't absorb any more. The malays cannot expect a permanent pension from the government in the future. I think government just can't continue paying out pensions, when the average life expectancy is increasing.

    The typical malays have to pay taxes. The dependence on the high-income earners taxes and on the corporate taxes as the primary source of government revenue is driving away foreign investments, as our current corporate tax rate is considered high.

    The subsidies and price controls are not working anymore. The government just cannot continue this silly practice or else our neighbours would be enjoying our subsidies. The people may actually start demanding price hikes, just to see dependable supplies.

    With tens of thousands of malay contractors dependent primarily on government jobs, the government is dragging themselves into accusations of favouritism and cronyism.

    The government doesn't have to get rid of the crutches. There are no more wheelchairs or replacement crutches in the warehouse to replace broken crutches.

    In a decade or two from now, the non-malays can just stand back and watch the malays curse their own useless malay leaders.

    The Chinese believes that if you take or cheat something that does not belong to you, eventually you will have to repay more than what you have cheated. So, beware of the backlash of dishonesty. Can be very horrible.

    The only way to break this cursed situation is to repent and return all that is taken or stolen from the rightful owners.

    As we can witness many injustices done in Malaysia on the pretext of making a more balanced society in terms of property and business ownership.

    The malays wanted 30% of the stock market but did not realise that when the KLSE took a tumble - they were the hardest hit too. So don't try to out smart God.

    Whatever that does not belong to you will eventually be taken away. No matter how greedy or covetous you may be. God knows best!

  6. You see my friends - in the pursuit of the malay agenda (might I add - blind, overzealous and racist pursuit), they are now paying the most costly price of all - a terribly poor command of the English language!

    All the bluffing and lies on the bullshit meritocracy has failed them - actually a slap in their face! Serves them right!

    No else has lost out like the so called son of the soil - wonder no more as to why there are about 60K graduates (cannot use ones) are jobless! You reap what you sow!

    Dr Mahathir - It is a joke that through your old age recognized the education system in Malaysia does not work. It was you that was one of the formulator of the system.

    Your education system threw out hardworking, honesty and all the merits of a good education system.

    You instead taught malays to be:

    Dishonest (steal from the people)
    Lazy - your NEP
    Steal from the Chinese
    Threat the Indians bad even though you were half breed yourself
    and worst of all taught everyone in Malaysia to be
    Crooked like you.

    So now you are feeling the heat because your education boys are not able to survive in this competitive world.

    Your fight with the Badawi and his Oxford scumbags thieves, will take this nation to ruins. 22 years of education ruin by this old Dr Mahathir and his cronies.

    Why Dr Mahathir said it now? What did he do in the last 22 years? Maybe he should be a prime minister now at the age of 80 as he is wiser now. Should not be a prime minister 22 years ago or maybe after 22 years he was in office (as an apprentice), then he is really ready to work in a real world……….

    Malaysia new dilemma - Some 60000 unemployed graduates mostly malays, have to be retrained; capable non-malays lost to Singapore.

    In Singapore there are lots of ex-Malaysians or Malaysians. I just visited one of my primary schoolmates (first met 40 years ago).

    He rounded up some chaps, and when they told me one by one that they have converted their passports (even those diehard, hardcore Malaysians who vow not to surrender their Malaysian passports), I felt a huge sense of loss, indescribable.

    I have to accept the fact that this is the real world. Some of them are directors, CEOs of multinational, pilots, principals of schools, professors etc.

    The only one who came back to Malaysia married a Malaysian wife. Like other diaspora, they scatter and put down roots where there is nourishment and they grow there. Best wishes to our fellow Malaysians.

  7. Like father, like son, or like Umno Youth, like UPM students.

    The path of evolution for UPM malay undergrads towards becoming PAS and Umno Youth members. Malaysia Boleh!

    Mob rules Malaysia. Here in this stupid Bolehland you are not entitled to your own opinion. Everything must be from the government even sex. The government will need to know how productive you are in having sex!

    You can't blame these monkeys, after all they are only following in the footsteps of Umno Youth. Mark my words, no action will be taken against these monkeys. They have been brainwashed to be racists and that they are the superior race by their Hitler, the Umno.

    Universities in Malaysia? Yes, to train one to be a hooligan! Yes, to train one to be racist. Yes, to train future Umno Youth! That is the meaning of universities in Malaysia.

    Yes, to train one to follow the examples of present Umno leaders - either to be an Umno hooligan racist (as in Umno members of parliament) or to be "useless followers of elegant silence". Either way they are fine examples of the uses of public universities in Malaysia.

    Sooner or later, Malaysia will become the Planet of the Apes. I am quite certain that many of these mobs will not be able to get any jobs after their graduation. But don't worry, the government will hire them and eventually they will become the leaders, ministers, who will run this country.

    This whole chunk of malays are not monkeys! They are the ill-bred barbarian coming deep from underground tunnel. I really have not seen such heinous behavior of university students in any part of the developing world.

    They are putting their own family and race into great shame. And yet, what is the education minister doing? Keeping quiet over this racial attack! Just because they are the malays while the victims are the Chinese. Really feel shame of this country!

    The keris waving minister of education from Umno will be very happy when he see the video recording and learn that many UPM malay students have picked up his intimidation tactics.

    They have what it takes to be future Umno Youth leaders and members. Bravo Umno Youth - show more examples of how you can apply the law of the jungle in Bolehland.

    There are many illogical things in life. The malay fascists folks don't like the Chinese. And yet it is the Chinese who is funding the structure of Ketuanan Melayu. Why?

    The majority of tax money comes from the Chinese. If all Chinese move out from Malaysia, our economy will shrink by 80%. This means that we will be 80% poorer and all the free subsidies that malays enjoy will cease to exist. So basically the monkey in the orange shirt did not realise that his scholarship was 80% effectively funded by the Chinese guy parents.

    But anyway, malays don't need to worry too long. Looking into the future, seeing how big China has become and our own irrelevance in the world economy. I just feel that one day the Malaysian Chinese will voluntarily move back to China because the country will become much richer than us.

    We always laugh at the Indonesian immigrants who brave the sharks to come to our country. We may one day find ourselves in the same position at the shores of China.

    I am just concerned that one day it will be our malay children turn who get bullied in the China, just like how we see in today. One of the scariest quality of God is that he is fair. I will continue to wish that God stay fair, so that malays can continue to bully and discriminate our Chinese brothers, with any repercussions in the future.

    Watching the video is sad but reading these comments is sadder. What kind of society we live today and what kind of mentality we have? Mahathir you have fail us miserably, your tear does not suffice, we want your blood. Pak Lah, you better do something fair and quick or resign so another can rule wisely.

    At this rate we are going with so much hatred among us it is not fear of the country going down the drain but the fear of country breaking up. With a population of 23 million, can't we have a capable leader? Sigh……….

    Our education system is a failure, this sort of thing should not be happening. Why can't we tolerate? Why create such a problem? Why can't problem being solved in a peaceful debate and talk? Why perform violence?

    Ok, I am telling myself to face the reality - I am embarrassed of my own country, people cannot just live together, there are just some culprits who like to create problem, seeing there is a little too peaceful in this country. The racial problem will never be solved, not in the next 30 years, it is hopeless. That is it, end of talk.

  8. Rafidah latest outburst is akin to those statements made by Malaysia ministers: Omar. It is like telling the foreign investors: "If you don't like it, please get out."

    What a brainless statement given by the minister - if I were the investor I also won't give 30% to the sleeping partners. Regardless you are bumi or not, prove to the investors that you are capable of holding the percentage of shares you want, with you own capability, you can even get more than that.

    Put it this way, from business point of view, if you are the foreign investor, what will attract you to invest in Malaysia compares to China? China is more resourceful and unless you want to close the door and just do business with your own people.

    I think she is trying to divert corruption topic on herself……….sigh, let her disappear by herself?

    But seriously, we need to reinvent ourselves, sharpen our pencils and get some young guns to promote and do a better job of selling (not selling out) the country.

    The education system needs a serious re-looking to encourage innovative thinking instead of churning out graduates fit for the assembly line and manufacturing fields.

    Singapore has a population 10 times smaller than ours yet it reaps in FDI that is 5 times ours! You don't need to be a rocket scientist to figure out something is wrong.

  9. Malaysia is a corrupt and racist country and that is the reason we have this malay dilemma.

    This malay dilemma exists because of one person, that is, the leader of that race. If the leader is corrupt and racist, we will have all sort of dilemmas - the Barisan dilemma, the Chinese dilemma, the Indian dilemma, the Malay dilemma, the NEP dilemma, the Proton dilemma, the Scenic Bridge dilemma, etc. The list is endless and is dilemmatic……….

    Yes, this corrupt racist is dilemmatic but yet was at the helm steering Malaysia into dilemmatic waters, that is why Bolehland is having all sorts of dilemmas in Malaysia, not only the malay dilemma!

    The definition of a system is defined as several components linked together so that when an input is applied to the system, the desired output is attained! It is up to individual to choose any one of such systems and applying it to the day to day lifestyle living.

    There are efficient systems and inefficient systems. And every system is operated by different components in the systems. If a system is to work efficiently and systematically, each of the components is to function the tasks assigned to that individual component accordingly.

    A system can work efficiently with a favorable environment, abundant natural resources and most of all intelligent human resources. The most important component of an efficient system is the human component!

    Malaysia can create the best system in the universe but if we have a corrupt and racist operator managing the Malaysia dilemmatic system, what do you expect the outputs of this corrupt and racist dilemmatic system?

    Hence the axiom, garbage in and garbage out (GIGO) as illustrated in a computer system.

    If the Malaysia quality system is to work efficiently, harmoniously, peacefully and prosperously, all the components got to link together and work diligently and efficiently. Then the Malaysia system will produce quality production!

    Now if the malay component is practicing corruption, cronyism, deviant religion, misuse of funds, judiciary, powers, and NEP, nepotism, racial discrimination, and etc etc, can anybody expect such Malaysia system to work efficiently? Can MAS, Perwaja, Proton, the government systems work efficiently?

    The mockery of the corrupt and racist Malaysia dilemmatic system is that when an input is fed into this system, there is no output from this corrupt and racist dilemmatic system, it is all devoured by the various corrupt components in the corrupt and racist system!

    As long as Malaysia is having this corrupt and racist dilemmatic system, we will have the Bolahland dilemma, the Chinese, Iban, Indian, Jakun, Kadazan, Malay, Sakai etc dilemmas, the Malaysian dilemma, and etc.

    We can see the obvious problems to the Malaysia dilemma and the solution to this dilemma is to overhaul the corrupt, inefficient, problematic and racist dilemmatic system and replace it with a clean, effective and efficient quality system.

    This implies all components in the system got to work effectively, efficiently and impartially according to nature laws - not the deviant religious laws, fancy laws, jungle laws and whim laws.

    And what are nature laws? Nature laws are the efficient application of natural resources for human benefits and needs. Not the prodigal and raping use of natural resources for personal luxuries!

    Yes, Malaysia wants qualitative production, not quantitative production!

    So, for an efficient, harmonious, peaceful and prosperous Bolehland, Malaysia must adopt the best component, the best operator and the best system.

    That is why Malaysia needs a corrupt and racist free, quality system with quality district, parliament, state councils, quality judiciary, quality leaders and quality Malaysians in order to achieve quality production!

  10. fargowin5:00 上午

    The reasons are economic and education. If we find the local environments do not suit us and we find there are or have found greener pastures overseas, why should we not go?

    This is the age of global economics. Are we Chinese continue to work the old traditional ways to start small business like car repair shops etc, while the game today to global?

    Every human being, be it malay or non-malay should have an equal right to reach to the level of his/her ability. Do you see this possible for Chinese without double or triple efforts?

    Yes, Malaysia is losing so many talents as a result of NEP and not knowing how much damage had been done. In my own family circles, I have not less than 5 nephews and niece who are top scorers and opt to be overseas working and doing very well.

    The gist is that there is no such thing as having the best of everything. When one implement policies that favours one race to the detriment of another, there is always a price to pay.

    The price is already showing from top university status to junk university status. Everything from airline to our currencies are heading south.

    Any solution? No definitely not.

    An entire community cannot be changed overnight and from recent events it will head further south. Meanwhile just watch what will happen after peak "oil".

    Remember a lot of Malaysia exports and industries are foreign owned who may pack up anytime to China or India.

    Palm oil? Indonesia is overtaking us. What have we left?

    Human resources……….what human resources do you have when you churn out degree mills by the thousands of low standards not recognised by the world?

    Most people are heading to Australia because many can foresee that in the next 10 years, it will be virtually impossible for a middle income earner to send their children to local university, taking into consideration cost and the infamous "quota".

    If you are in Australia, a bus driver can afford to send their children to university like Melbourne/Monash/RMIT without digging deep into their pockets. All because their taxes are well managed channeled towards the right direction.

    We are all proud but the Umno government they are not proud to have us (non-malays) around as our attitudes and work ethics put most of the malays in shame.

    My attitude toward the country changed since 13 May 1969. We all knew it was Harun and Razak who plotted the racial riots and got away with murdering thousands of Chinese.

    All my children and grandchildren are in Australia. Some have Bachelors with honours, Masters, PhDs, and etc.

    They are no such blatant discrimination like we are having in Malaysia.

    My daughter is a professor, son is a financial planner, son in law is a businessman, grandchildren all doing very well.

    If they are still in Malaysia, I am sure they just cannot compete with even fourth grade university graduates of Ketuanan Melayu.

    So, they are too tired to fight with all the obstacles that the Umno government placed in their path. If you are brilliant, you do not need the "shit".

    If you intend to emigrate, let me know, I can introduce you a couple of brilliant migration agents from Australia.

  11. You stinking malay pig, please get the fxxx back to your own land in Aceh or Jawa, whatever. Because this is Tanah Orang Asli and malay pig like you are pendatang!

    To someone……….time and time again we have said that the malays are from Jawa. I always say that they are from Aceh, Sumatra, etc - do you see anyone of these racists (obviously malays) objecting to that fact?

    This is the truth and this they cannot handle. They don't dare say that because it is so true! Even Mahathir admitted recently - The origins of the malays are not Malaysia but Indonesia - Sumatra and island etc.

    The real bumis are the natives of Borneo and the Orang Asli. Not these malay free loaders and wasted sperms.

    "Son of the soil" incorrect! More appropriate term would be "Rapist of the soil"! Malays are pendatang, they called Chinese and Indians pendatang! Tak malu!

    To malays pendatang from Indonesia, you are also enemy to Indonesia, stupid! Apa? Tak faham English? Makan tahi dan berambus balik to Jawa! Setia kepada negara Indonesia! So are you, malay pig!

    Aren't you a bloody hypocrite? You are not the Orang Asli of this country - you are an immigrant from Jawa, Sulawesi, all elsewhere - why did you come here to this country then?

    Why not help your own country (or should I say your dilapidated kampung in Jawa) and improve the situation then? What……….what did you say? Oh you want a better life is it? I see - so what does that make you? A patriotic fake? Or a hypocrite with no substance?

    Compare China and Indonesia - then tell me who is faring better in the international stage. You useless malay pig. At the end of the day - you work for me.

    Obviously, you are worse than shit. Not pigs, for pigs - are really smart animals. Tanah Melayu my ass! Orang Asli were here before your ancestors crept onto this land. Learn some history, ok? Of course, you can always change history! Tak malu kah!

    You are sick in the brain, thanks to Mahathir!

    Chinese got pissed off as not all Chinese are rich, but all work their asses off to make an honest living, while idiots like you think that you are entitled to riches without sweating. What discontent? After all these years all the handouts, you still couldn't get your acts together, and you want to blame others, the Chinese, the Indians? Where is your dignity?

    What anger? You get angry at the Olympics because malays can't run faster than the Americans? The Aussies? The Chinese? (Just imagine some of you jokers made it to the Olympics, although none did!)

    If you want to run amok, go ahead, join the apes and chimpanzees, your kind have been doing that at UPM, brainless monkeys they are, and so are you, go flock together.

    The reason why malays tend to run "amok" is because of close relative breeding. Just like non-high breed dogs - brother have sex with the mother, and father marry their own sister, and the confusion goes on.

    The end result is non-high breed dogs - that are difficult to train and tend to even bite their own master. Unlike the Chinese, they are very careful not to have too close relative marrying one another.

    That is why you can see how Chinese excel in different part of the world. The Chinese are indeed a world race now, as China progress with such speed which is unknown off in any other race in the world!

    Singapore is a fine example of Chinese superiority! Sad news for the malay race but then again it is the truth!

    (Malay extremists racists are going to call you pendatang etc, even hang you upside down by your balls, for socking them in the balls where it hurts most, like you did.

    But you have been brave in telling them the truth about the dark side of their race which explains why they are so backward. God be with you……….)

    Rich and successful Chinese don't owe you a thing. Not so successful Chinese are working honestly to make ends meet. So, you either work, or go get fed in the ass by Mahathir, ok? He won't charge you for the ecstasy and the service you may receive.

    You are nothing but scum. You give fellow malays a bad name. You make your parents lose face. When you look in the mirror, what do you see? A good-for-nothing idiot! That is all there is in you.

    You are a babi hutan from either the jungle of Jawa or Sumatra. All you Umno malay pig are in fact pendatang to this Tanah Orang Asli. So get the fxxx out of my country!

  12. I understand that we should always try to be civil and not emotional in our comments about social issues in order to be constructive.

    However, in reading such an announcement by the vice-chancellor (VC) of UPM and his related comments regarding the findings on the infamous incident, I believe it is not easy for any responsible citizen to remain civilly silent.

    How should one describe such comments and findings? I personally think that at the least, they are grossly unconscionable and irresponsible.

    By his announcement and related comments, does the VC realise that he has practically put UPM into deeper disrepute and even shame? In the process, the VC has also directly sent a chilling message to the world that UPM is the preferred choice for lawless and shameless hooligans.

    From now on, I cannot imagine that anyone with any sense of dignity and self-respect would like to be associated with UPM in any way. And try to think about the marketability of its graduates in the future.

    Worse, the VC reportedly mentioned that a report on the incident has been sent to the minister of higher education and the minister reportedly said that he leaves the matter to the VC!

    Where is the accountability?

    Outrageous and utterly shameful! I can't help but weep for those who are currently still trapped in UPM. If the majority of us who are fair-minded and rationale still remain silent over such blatant injustice, surely our conscience will return and haunt us.

  13. I am really stunt by the reply for this chat log among my friend (a non-bumi) and I. Normally I write Chinese in my blog but since all reply is in English, so I will try my best to reply with my broken English.

    I agree that the changes happen in Malaysia these years had go to a direction of becoming worst and worst. However, it is a bit unfair to blame Dr. M. alone for this. It is the people of Malaysia who acquiesce this to happen.

    BN fail….. ^ 3, but they still get what they need to keep failing – the vote. All Malaysia that qualified to vote is having some responsibility on these. Wish we may make a wise choice in next election.

    I agree that Malaysia parliament is zoo. Majority of the senators had absent from the zoo since day 1. And most of them still able to get the vote to send them into the zoo in next election.

    Many people claim that all these unplanned “development” from all this MPxx is cause by there was no election to vote for senator in these organizations. I really doubt if there is election, what smart choice majority of Malaysian will do.

    One of the races (with that religion) is spoon feed, UMNO Youth is racist. Yes, so what? That the means they get the votes that were more than enough to ensure them to keep wining in election.

    Many spoon feed bumis is jobless (after watching UPM video, if you are employer, will you employ them?) , many capable non-bumi lost to other countries. I will not say they don’t love Malaysia. In fact, it is a smart choice. You might say I am extreme, but I still believe nationality is nothing in a globalize world.

    Regarding the 30% rule, when Malaysia economy is good, investors will not mind as long as they still making money from their investment. But we know how good Malaysia economy is currently. May be our ministers mind set still remain as the good old days before 1997.

    Who is pendatang is not that important, as long they contribute. To a broader sense, all human is pendatang of earth compare to other species. And look at what human being do to the world. When we blame other as racist, don’t act like a racist too.

    In the end, although Malaysia becomes worst and worst, we are not hopeless. We still feel angry on all these bad things in Malaysia, this show that we not yet give up.