Saturday 12 January 2013

Aku Melayu. Engkau siapa ssein?

First Posted on Saturday, March 10, 2012

Steadyaku47 comment:
I am posting "Aku Melayu. Engkau siapa Hussein?" in the interest of giving voice to the writer of the article to put forward his/her point of view. Read, think and make up your own mind as to the validity and relevance of his/her views. Make your comments if you must but do so with the understanding that we are all entitled to our point of view no matter how bigoted, stupid, ignorant or skewered they may be! Such is life. 

Aku Melayu. Engkau Siapa Hussein? 
Ssein aku fikir engkau mesti fikir apa yang engkau tulis di blog steadyaku47. Engkau ni Melayu! Bapak Melayu! Emak Melayu! Tapi engkau kahwin Mat Salleh! And now you are consider yourself to be an enlighten Malay? Where does it say that just because you marry a foreigner you now have the right to discount the fact that you are Malay? Engkau siapa sein?

Do you realize that we Malays are now losing our country? Tanah air kita sendiri sekarang penuh dengal kafir dan bangsa2 lain. From where do these people come from? They were brought in by the Mat Salleh from India and China to serve the purpose of the British Empire - our colonial masters. Not for the purpose of our Tanah Air or the Malays but to serve the purpose of the British in exploiting our tin and our rubber. And now that the British are long gone and these resources are now depleted, why do we need them to be around anymore? 

If you tell me that the Chinese and the Indians have significantly contributed to the development of our country into what it is today then tell me, what have we become today? Apa dah jadi kepada negri kita sekarang????

Penuh dengan geraja dan kuil. We have corruption, racial and religious conflicts that gets more intense by the day. And do not tell me that this is all because of UMNO and their ways. We are all complicit in allowing this to happen. More so the Chinese with their greed for money and material rewards. Compared to the Chinese we Malays are novices tapi kita Melayu memang Pak Turut! 

These non-Malays infidels have been paid well for the work they do and have profited from their time in Malaysia at the expense of the Malays who are now reduced to trying to earn a living secara halal and finding a roof over their head in our own country! Sedihnya aku! And how will it all end? 

It will end like it did in 1969 when the Malays had enough of the Chinese parading around town claiming to have taught the Malays a lesson just because they won some seats in the general elections. They did not teach us a lesson. The Malays taught everyone else a lesson. And this is the change we Malays want in this 13th general election!

You as a Malay shame and anger us by your insistence that our Tanah Air now belongs to everybody that calls it home. Yet you complain when UMNO gives the Pendatangs citizenship? These Pendatangs too want to call Malaysia home? Ssein do not practice double standards. At least these pendatangs are Muslims.

You do this all the time. You are against Ketuanan Melayu and yet you are silent at those Chinese who have been discriminating against the Malays in business and work situation from the time they first came into our country.

You tell us that you were in business before. Were you able to get any help from the Chinese in business without having to pay the Chinese off by sharing your profits with them? Do you not know that the price they quote for Malays are higher then what they quote for their own race? 

Why are there no Malays in the hardware business? In the spare parts business? And if there were they are surely at the mercy of the Chinese suppliers. It is only because of UMNO that we have Malays now selling fish, Malays with grocery shops and Malays selling rice, petrol, cars and now everything the Chinese sell, the Malays too can now sell. The Banks, the Insurance Companies..sekarang semua di tangan orang Melayu!  Aku tak peduli orang Melayu UMNO atau bukan UMNO yang mustahak orang ini orang kita! Kita terhutang budi kepada UMNO!  

It is only because of Ketuanan Melayu and the privileges UMNO has reserved for the Bumiputra that we Malays are able to survive in our own country and we are able to buy decent houses and have our children educated.

Ssein how would you feel if some one comes into your home and take over your family and leave nothing for you and then starts to turn your own family against you? This is what the Chinese have done to the Malays. Without asking for our permission the British have allowed these people to come into our country. Now not only are they in our country but they want to take away from us all that we hold dear in our way of life and now even our political control over our own country. They are now turning the Malays against the Malays! You are a good example of one! Jangan percaya sangat dengan cara2 DAP dan janji janji mereka! Wahai saudara saudara yang memelih DAP untuk meneruskan perjuangan politics anda - fikir betul2. Adakah DAP memperjuangkan kepentingan orang Cina atau orang Melayu? Tepuk dada tanya diri sendiri! 

We cannot allow this to happen. We must not allow this to happen. And as a Malay you cannot sit idly by and let it happen. When you write in your blog that this is the way things should be, then as a Malay get angry.

Ssein engkau dah lupaka engkau ni Melayu. There are still many Malays in the kampongs and even in the urban area who are still living in poverty. Are you prepared to leave them in poverty if UMNO is no longer in power? Who will take care of the rural Malays and the Malays who have been deprived of many opportunities because they have been discriminated against by the other races when they want to try to earn a decent living?

You must realise Hussein that it is not only the non-Malays who face discrimination in this country. Look around you and try and see if there are as many well off Malays as there are well off non-Malays? If it was not for UMNO we will all still be in the kampongs planting rice, tapping rubber trees and tending oil palms. You must realize that it is only because of UMNO that we Malays are now Bankers, Professionals and have businesses that rivals if not better, the non-Malays. If it was not because of UMNO you would not have been able to go overseas to study and marry - only now to come back to bite the hand that once fed you! You ungrateful Malay!

Insaf Husssein! Our battle is not with each other - it is against those people that have taken over our country, our language, and our life and now threaten to do the same with our country. Only UMNO stands in their way and that is why we must support UMNO. Without UMNO the Malays will no longer have a place in our own country. Without UMNO you will certainly not have a country to come back to - that is if you want to come back to your own country.

I am not a racist. I am not anti non-Malays. Neither am I a supporter of UMNO or any political party. But I am Malay first and last. Hussein I suggest you think again about what you are doing to the Malays that still call Malaysia their Tanah Air by what you write in your blog. We have nowhere to go but here. We have no other language to call our own but Bahasa. 

For those of you that can and want to live elsewhere then do so - but leave the Malays to live in peace in their own Tanah Air. We Malays do not go to live in India or China  - and even if we do we are aware that it is not our country and will behave accordingly. Why can't the Chinese and Indians understand that we Malays feel the same way about their position here in our country?

So please Saudara  - firkir! This is my country. I live and die in this country and if anyone tells me otherwise then I will defend my right to have this country mine against anyone that tells me otherwise. You as a Malay can always come back to live here because this is also your Tanah Air - but first there must be a place for you to come back to. Insaf  saudara - insaf!


  1. Salam,

    Terguris juga hati ini membaca keluhan "Aku Melayu Engkau siapa ssein?" Sebagai seorang Melayu saya juga telah mendakap kuat perjuangan UMNO 'ori'. Tetapi isu hari ini bukan isu Melayu atau Cina, isunya ialah Perompak, Penipu dan Pencuri yang terdiri dari kalangan apa yang dipanggil 'pemimpin Melayu' dari UMNO BARU yang menciplak dasar asal dan memutarkan kesucian tersebut untuk mengayakan diri kaum kerabat sendiri. RM250 juta untuk pelihara lembu oleh keluarga menteri? RM300 juta untuk wakil menteri? Berbilion lagi RM untuk menyelamatkan anak beranak yang semuanya mempunyai asset beratus juta seorang? Yang menjahanamkan Melayu bukan Cina tetapi golongan pseudo Melayu. Walaubagaimanapun, PAS, PKR juga terdiri dari orang Melayu yang lebih berwibawa yang akan memelihara kepentingan orang Melayu. Apa masalah orang Melayu? Untuk pengetahuan penulis, berjuta orang Melayu sepatutnya sudah menjadi jutawan di negara ini, termasuklah saya sendiri..tetapi kerana tamak haloba keparat-keparat separa Melayu inilah yang akan melingkupkan negara dan orang Melayu jika dibiarkan memerintah lagi. Saudara 'Aku Melayu Engkau siapa ssein' perlu selam lebih mendalam untuk merasai hati orang Melayu sebelum membidas saudara Hussein Steadyaku47 dengan tuduhan meleset. Akupun Melayu juga, kerana itulah aku akan berusaha keras untuk menghancurkan konco-konco UMNO BARU ini. ABU! ABU!! ABU!!!

  2. Yeah Sein, such is life.

    To the writer, I have this to say :

    We are regressing as a country. There are wealth creation but the wealth are being concentrated in only a small percentage of the population. A simple example : In 1982, I remember the commercial banks were paying about RM1,300/mth for a fresh business graduate. Now most banks are paying around RM2,500 for the same qualifications. The difference of RM1,200 works out to be an incremental rate of only 2.2% p.a for the last 30 years on a compounded basis. With official inflation rate of 3.5% p.a, these young graduates are getting poorer by the day in terms of purchasing power. Being a trading nation, our low exchange rates vis-s-vis the currencies of our main trading partners does not help either. This has resulted in skyrocketing cost of living due partly to imported inflation. It may be good for exporters but not to the millions of ordinary citizens. We are trapped. We are trapped in the middle-lower income group! Most are living on debts. Our household debts will hit RM1 trillion very soon. And our dependent on cheap unskilled foreign workers is not helping either. Many of my friends are now contemplating of seeking employment overseas. Some has left. They are all Malays and so do I. It has got nothing to do with patriotism. It is about bread and butter.

    Also in the mid 80s, CEOs of GLCs were being paid some RM20-30k per month. Now they are being paid 4-5 times more with generous perks. What do they do? Most of them are running monopoly businesses, hiring and paying exorbitant fees to the consultants to assist them. Yet, the young graduates pay has not even doubled. The income gap (gini-coefficeint) is getting wider day by day. And it is now widest among the Malays. Why is this happening? All these anomalies needs to be addressed first before we can put meaning to 'Rakyat didahulukan, Pencapaian diutamakan" Otherwise it is all rhetorics very much like "Bersih, Cekap, Amanah" , "Kepimpinan Melalui Teladan" (ya ke?), "Islam Hadhari", "Cemerlang, Gemilang, Terbilang" or even the vague "1 Malaysia". There is no need for further ear catching slogans. Just do it ....with honesty and sincerity for the good of the country and not for the selfish interest of political warlords and crooked businessmen. The patronage and rent seeking culture has to be stopped. Our education standards needs to be improved. Our institutions needs to be strenghthened and be able to act independently without fear or favour. Mediocrity must not be tolerated and needs to be weeded out. Otherwise, there is little hope for this "Tanah tumpah darah ku". But believe me, the current breed of leaders that we have will not be able to do it as they have too many skeletons in their closets and they carry too much baggage as well!

    Talking about Singapore or for the matter S. Korea and Taiwan, what is the difference between us and them in the 60s? Not much difference really. In fact we are better than Korea and Taiwan then. Why are they far ahead of us now in terms of income per capita despite not having blessed with oil, gas and ample land? The answer is obvious.
    Everybody with an average intelligent and who reads can answer that.

    Just ask this question : Who is running this country since Merdeka? The rot started especially from 1981 onwards by the same government headed by his ancestors that came to Malaya from India in the 19th century.

    God blessed Malaysia.

  3. Sir,

    Is he a typical Malay? A product of BTN?

    I hope we don't have too many of them because Melayu macam inilah yang tak reti Celik Minda, mata dan hati.

  4. Delusional, but then, what do you expect?

  5. The only pertinent comment that I can make is that the writer has been screwed big time by UMNO Baru and its ilk and he still doesn't realize it!

  6. greed is the word. what about future generation?

  7. Marahkan nyamok bakarkan seluruh kelambu! That is what some of these young so-called liberal Malays are doing against the party that can protect their interest. They forget that without the BN government led by UMNO they will still be in the kampung kuis pagi makan pagi kuis petang makan petang. Withour UMNO with the quota policy they would NOT have had the opportunity to go for higher education as all theplaces would have been snatched by the smarter non-Malays with better standard of living. Of course there are bad apples and black sheeps in any organisation. If the Civil Service is in the hands of the non-Malays there would probably be greater degree of corruption. And by the way who corrupts who ? Which culture brought in the practice of corruption and gangterism ? Fikirla baik-baik budak melayu !

  8. Melsyu celik sekarang kerana UMNO. Yang benci UMNO ialah mereka yang lupakan kulit - lupa dari mana kereka datang. Cuba selidik dengan mendalam, siapa dan apa kedudukan Datuk Nenek dan ibu bapa mereka sebelum mereka lahir di dunia ini. Kebanyakannya adalah keparat belaka. Bacalah sejarah bagai susahnya UMNO cuba mencelikkan orang Melayu.
    Inilah Melayu - MUDAH LUPA

  9. It is very sad to see how some of the misguided Malay youths think because they could not be bothered to read the history of this country.They have not been through what their forefathers have gone through. They did not know that when the Japanese Occupation Forces surrendered to the British in Singapore at the end of 2nd World War there was about 2 to 3 weeks of interim period before the arrival of The British Military Administration(BMA) to Malaya. Chin Peng and his Communist band of guerillas who were armed by the British to conduct armed resistance against the japanese Forces along side Force 136 during the Japanese Occupation took advantage of the vacuum. They tried to take over power by attacking and killing the Malays at the major towns in Malaya. But fortunately the Malays fought back with their "Parang Panjangs" as their weapons against the marauding bands of communists equipped with fire arms and managed to hold back Chin Peng and his gang of communist guerillas until the arrival of the BMA. And when the British Colonial Government asked Chin Peng and his armed gang of communist guerillas to come out from the jungle and to surrender their weapons, they refused to do so and went back to the jungle to fight the British from 1948 to 1957. Andin 1957 when Malaysia gained independence from the British Chin Peng & his Communist Party of Malaya were invited again to surrender their arms and rejoin society, but he again turned down the offer and went back to the jungle to continue to wage a guerilla war from 1957 until 1990 when they finally signed the peace treaty. Chin Peng and his kind, backed by Red China, fought the war with the intention to topple the legal government of Malaya which later became part of Malaysia in order to establish a communist rule over this beloved country of ours. It was the sacrifice of the lives and the limbs of the older generation with The Armed Forces, Police,Local Defence Forces, the civil servants and the ordinary citizens that have managed to ward off the communist attempt to rule this country.Needless to say during the so called Malayan Emergency many of the people sent back their chidren to China or to other western countries to escape being drafted into the Armed Forces.
    Let me asked you all just one question. While the majority of the Melayus who made up 95% of the Military, Police, Home Guards and Civil Service where were the majority of the Chinese? While there were some serving in the Armed Forces and the Police but the majority of them were busy running the business & enriching themselves. And indeed some of them were strong supporters of Chin Peng & his gang of communist terrorists with money, food, clothings, and information. They forget that without the security provided the government they wouldn't have ben able to carry out their businesses and have a strong hold of the economy of this country ! jangan jadi bodoh la Melayu !

  10. Just look at the top jobs: the civil service, the armed forces, the police and whatever else. Semua ketua, timbalan dan lain-lain are Malays. Tan Sris, Datuk Seris, Datuks/Dato', semua Melayu. Dua tiga orang Cina dan India saja. Bagaimana di sekolah sekolah pula. Pengetua, guru besar kebanyaknnya Melayu. Banyak lagi contoh yang boleh kita cari. Would they be there if they were not Malays? You think they were up there on merit? What about government universities and institutions of higher education? The pakar-pakar analisis politik di universiti universiti; then the enrolment - a preponderance of Melayus lagi.

    And we have those on scholarships we send overseas: UK, Australia, US, Canada, N.Zealand, Continental Europe, India etc etc. Melayu lagi bukan.Bila dah dapat pelajaran tinggi kata itu kewajipan kerajaan. The defenders are called delusional government's responsibilty is towards all Malaysians bukan Melayu saja. Tapi yang pergi luar negri sibuk dengan politik dan sebaginya, fail belaka. Ada pulak yang tak berjaya lulus pengajian pasca sarjana.

    Yang general general dan yang pegang jawatan tinggi dalam kerajaan semuanya naik on merit berbanding bangsa lain? Kenapa tak ada IGP Cina atau India? Kenapa tak ada yang lain lain yang diberikan kepada Cina atau India.

    I need not give an answer to all these that I have raised. I think many of you who have commented here are intelligent enough to provide the answers. If you think you can study and then live overseas all on your own volition, think again. You live your lives here and overseas, comfortable lives, very comfortable and you become liberal, objective, fair-minded and so on. Then you pass judgement on those who defend the Malay government. You call them delusional, looked on as the common stupid Malay, somone who has been screwed big time and all the negatives one can think of. Granted UMNO has a lot to answer for but on balance the Malays have benefitted too.

    Look at ourselves, ask why some succeed whilst others fail. Stop blaming UMNO lah.

  11. "SOME MEN SEE THINGS AS THEY ARE AND ASK WHY. I DREAM THINGS THAT NEVER WERE AND SAY WHY NOT" by Hussein abdul Hamid at Monday, January 14, 2013

    The writer of this blog is a Malay, married to a white foreigner and now living in Australia. He wrote the following in his blog:

    If not now...when?

    “From time to time my Malay friends have sent me emails and make comments on my blog on events, issues and matters that has happened in our past. They remind me of the struggles that generations of Malays before me have gone through so that we Malays can live in our ‘own’ country, governed by our own leaders and be the Tuan’s of our own nation. They ask that I do not forget the struggles of these Malays for it is because of them that we Malays are where we are now. We are in government and we are in control of our own destiny. Jangan jadi bodoh lah Melayu, they remind me....................................................................................................................

    This is my response to response this posting.

    According to some statistics as claimed by the anti-UMNO group of people and the opposition parties some 2 million citizens of Chinese descend and half a million Indians from this country have migrated overseas for the last 40 years. Malaysia will continue to allow anyone else, irrespective of their ethnic origins to go to other countries to seek greener pastures. This phenomenon is a common feature in many countries including those of other Asean, Asian, European and other Western countries. People migrate from one country to another for their own reasons. You and your family are at liberty to join them for the reasons that you find conditions here are so bad and unacceptable to you. TO BE CONTINUED 1...................

  12. My reading of you is that you have made enough money for yourself and prefer to live the western style of living with freedom to do things that would be looked down upon in a Muslim society such that of ours, like not going to the mosque, not having to fast during Ramadan and the freedom to enjoy your wine and beer without fear of being branded in a negative manner.I
    I also suspect that your spouse is a mat salleh who cannot fit in the Malaysian way of living. Hence your right to choose to live where it fits her requirements and convenience .All I can say to you is, good luck and good riddance!

    I am unable to go through your list of so-called abnormalities and discriminatory policies of the BN government or UMNO in particular. Some have come about through the government policies based on historical reasons, while others are the result of preferential choice and more enduring comfort zones by the ethnic groups themselves. Suffice for me to response the long list with the following paragraphs:
    * 95 percent of the Malaysian economy is in the hands of the Chinese. 95 percent of Chinese are employed by thousands of Chinese-owned business houses and companies. So only the remaining 5 percent of them are available to take up jobs in 30 odd GLCs. Conversely the Malays can only get 5 percent of the jobs in Chinese-owned business organisations and companies such as clerks, runners and security guards . So the only jobs available for the Malays are in the GLCs and government ministries and departments, Armed Forces and the Police Force.
    * Majority of Chinese are not keen to apply jobs in the government or public sector which include government ministries/departments of the civil service, the Armed Forces and the Police Force. This is due partly to the low wages offered in this sector compared to those that they can earn from working or doing their own business ventures in the private/business sector. For the Malays as long as they can earn a living with a certain amount of comfort they are happy to do so, unlike the Chinese whose aim in life is to get rich (by hook or crook) before reaching the magical age of 40 years. This philosophy is a common knowledge among Malaysians based on the fact that generally the Malays who are Muslims do not believe in bringing wealth to his grave because his fate in the world after would depend on his good deeds and whether he has carried out his religious responsibilities as a Muslim; whereas the Chinese in general believe his fate in the kingdom come will depend on how much wealth he can bring with him into the grave both in real material forms or symbolically by using paper representations.TO BE CONTINUED 2 .......................

  13. * Except for those petrol stations which sell Petronas fuel, almost 99 percent of the other petrol stations such as Shell, Caltex, Exxon, etc are owned and run by Chinese because the Malays on their own have no capital or collaterals to apply for the business from these companies and loans from the banks. Petronas provide the only avenue and the facilities for some of the lucky Malays to enable them to participate in this retail business.
    *The wholesale and retail sector of the business industry is entirely held by the Chinese. The combined ownership of the wholesale and retail business by Malays and the Indians consist of at the most 3 percent. It’s a complete monopoly by the Chinese.
    *There is a sector of the business industry that the Malays cannot participate at all because of their religious belief. The Malays are restricted by their religion as well as by their lack of business acumen to be involved in illegal business actvities such as prostitution, massage parlours, alongs (money-lenders), pirating DVDs/CDs/softwares/CP clones, producing imitation cigarettes, liquor, drugs and medicines, legal and illegal gambling, human trafficking, credit cards and counterfeit money, smuggling of contraband goods such as cigarettes, liquor and drugs, forming secret societies for protection, kidnapping rich towkeys and running dadah business, baby trafficking and selling stolen children, illegal farming of pigs and vegetables on government land, kereta-potong, producing imitation vehicle spare parts, con jobs, hired killers, bouncers and all other illegal business for quick and easy money.
    TO BE CONTINUED 3..................

  14. * The Malays cannot afford to offer bribes as they do not have more than they need, whereas the Chinese who have lots of money will use their money to get their ways around the laws and in everyday life and in business as long as their money can make more money. Corruption will stop once everybody stops the inclination to give bribes. So to stop corruption stop handing out bribes! The givers of corruption should be given a more severe sentence that the recipients.
    *As for the education statistics, majority of the Malays and other Bumiputras can only afford to send their children to national type schools where the medium of instruction is Bahasa Malaysia(BM). Most of the Chinese and Indians send their children to either the Chinese and Tamil Vernacular schools respectively or to the private schools such as the International Schools and other commercially run private schools. Some of them send their children to national-type BM schools. So it not suprising that there would be more national-type BM schools being built to cater for the bigger percentage of the population. As for the local universities being filled by Malays this is obvious for the reason that majority of the Malays/Bumiputras either cannot afford to send their children to other than local government-financed universities and with such limited number of universities in the country it is small wonder that 90 percent of the space in the
    local universities are taken up by the Malays/Bumiputras. The Chinese and the indians to a smaller extent can afford to send their children to private local colleges/ universities and to overseas universities, while only limited number of Malays/Bumiputras whose parents can
    afford to send them overseas for tertiary education, the majority of the Malays/Bumiputras attending foreign unversities are government scholarship holders or on government study loans. It is therefore not suprising that there are much more Non-Malay students in tertiary education than the Malays/Bumiputras as against the backdrop of the population ratio of 65:35 between the Malays/Bumiputras and the various other races.TO BE CONTINUED 4....

  15. Hussein also brought up this point: “Nobody can be discriminated against in Australia because of race, religion or gender – and if they are discriminated against, the law of the land allow then
    to seek redress”. Since he is living Australia he should know better that this statement is not true at all. On the contrary racial discrimination by the whites against even the aborigines, Asian and Middle Eastern people and Muslims are as clear as daylight. We have come to learn about how badly the Australian whites treat the Chinese, Vietnamees and lately against the Indian migrants with the Indian youth being targeted with violence and death by the white racists. The condescending attitude of the whites towards the non-Whites is for the former’s benefit for cheap labour for menial works such as cleaning the toilets, gardening, collecting rubbish, house-keeping tasks, etc which no Whites want to do for a living.

    The whole issue of racial polarization to-day is mainly due to the strong and aggressive demanding tone of the non-Bumiputeras against the so-called social contract. They demand that the so-called Malay rights which are stated in the Malaysian Constitution should be abolished whilst at the same time they want to maintain their own rights to practise their own religion, culture, use their own mother tongues and have their own vernacular schools. They want the Bumi rights to be removed but they still insist on retaining their own rights. In other countries such as in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines the national language is the only language TO BE CONTINUED 5 .................

  16. allowed to be used as the lingua franca and medium of instruction in the schools. The reason is obvious – for the sake of national unity. Here in Malaysia the non-Malays are permitted to have their own schools and speak their own languages. Now is it fair for some races to demand for other peoples’ rights to be abolished while at the same time one they insist that they will keep
    their own rights ? Malaysia should only have one national language, BM and English as the second language as what is practised in other ASEAN countries. And yet countries like Indonesia and Thailand are economically strong ! My point is if you demand for other people to remove their rights then you should be prepared to also to forgo your own rights as enshrined in the Constitution. Quid pro quo (Something for something) ! Or when the Malays themselves wish to abrogate their rights then it is the rights of the Malays to do so. Until then no one should question the status quo.
    TO BE CONTINUED 6 ................

  17. In his latest posting Hussein remarked that the Malay College Kuala Kangsar (MCKK) was established by the British to take up the lower jobs in the colonial Civil Se4vice then. Nobody denies that. However he missed the point that without UMNO at the helm of the political
    hold MCKK would NOT continue to exist. If PR were in power MCKK would be the first to lose its original identity. I am willing to put my bet on it.

    I hear enough of the whining from so called second class citizens the majority of whom are actually living at ultra class standard simply because they are economically much better off. They hold the economic grip, but the so-called first class Bumiputeras are no complaining about that. Now the second class non-Bumiputeras are trying to wrest the political control of the
    country by claiming all sorts of crimes committed by the BN government to win over the younger voters who did not undergo through all the challenges that the country had faced and overcome ! Read up the history of this nation for God’s sake !!!