Transformation in the economy in fact has been ineffective since 1990. The current economic transformation is in fact a continuation of the old transformation policy which was indirectly being drawn up by some people in MCA and Chinese Business Associations and Commerce.
There are two main issues in the economic transformation happening in the country, first is the transfer of capital into massive development projects around the country, which can be termed as capital investment by large corporations to recoup huge profit i.e. by rich and famous people of this country. Second is to distribute consumer good within the selected investment areas, on demography which has been redrawn through planned internal Chinese migration.
The two economic transformations above favour capital extensive for fast and quick profit, and to make sure the profit is recouped in the correct order, the projects will house consumer good operators who are mainly controlled by the Chinese. These include food and restaurant.
Both transformations in fact favour both Chinese capitalists and socialists, and in fact very little is a hope for Malay entrepreneurs succeeding in this option as the economic infrastructure within the cycle of the Malay is already a monopoly market.
We see a thousand or perhaps hundred thousand Chinese being moved into large capital investment projects around the country thus creating internal migration of Chinese into newly created new towns and commercial areas in the Malay States, especially in Trengganu, Kedah, Perak, Johor and Pahang.
So anyway the economic transformation is in fact a move by the government to create two main spots for Chinese capitalists to invest large capital and owning Malay land in the area and creating a distribution centre for the lower strata of investment by the Chinese distributors of consumer good. There is no plan to give opportunity to Malay as the group is ineffective both in supply of large capital investment or initiatives for investment in the distribution of consumer commodity as this market is already held by the socialists or communists Chinese and capitalists.
By this transformation in the economy the society is still split into two racial groups I. e. The users and the investors, thus we will have a strong Chinese society of capitalists and a lower class of the society or the end users, the Malays.
These Economic transformation programs that are the basis for Negara Maju, or at 6% Yearly growth, are in fact a master plan by MCA. And by that time the government will be, in the MCA plan, a Chinese controlled government. The Chinese capitalists are in fact controlling all commercial centres which are the main investment planning used by the two groups of Chinasian.
So now where do we go from here? If you want the Malays to control stop this policy. If you are a lousy Malay then follow this policy. Or we ask the government to change big issues above, and fast. Please think of where the Malay will be with such a bias and racist program.
PS : to stay afloat Banks such as CIMB will favour Chinese who are the planned social group who will undertake a large capital and income from the policy. Not Malays. So Malays are the bastards, if there is such a word. Why banks should fend for them then. Eh, Azran is only a small nudge to show us a real truth of the policy, and I Love PM banners held by the selected rich Capitalist and investors. In fact they read, “I LOVE RM”.