Are we on the right track?

Be a sport. Answer me frankly. Are you happy with your life living in this country?.

My honest answer is this: NO.

Why am I having such an ungrateful answer?. Well, it depends on what I want, you know.

Perhaps you guys want to live in a place where there isn’t anyone else except you and your big noses and dark brown-skinned fellows who many of them are watchdogs. Or in a place full of color where none is bothering you.

Or you can call the town in your area is your own. A kind of ashamed showing a photograph to your former classmates when a Kuala Lumpur’s photo resembles that of China Town in the West End. And proudly say that I am from this country Malaysia, oh well, when your face doesn’t have similarity with the people who walked the streets in the background. I would have to show my photographs taken over the hills but then they are different as if I were a Taleban in a thick forest.

Ok, where do I make my stand which I can use to say I am from Malaysia, when photographs of towns and cities of this country show a different picture. They were all Chinese. It isn’t just for people like me to face this stupid policy that makes Chinese the king in towns and cities.

So I say, better say at the first meeting with friends in my old college that I am from Kelantan. They will definitely remember how Kota Bharu looks like during their visits, and I perfectly blend with the people in all photographs.

Hey, I think many of you now realize that too. And would be ashamed how this trend is taking place in this country. It is a kind of dangerous to sustain that kind of situation. I believe the government of the day is either careless or being dragged by a heinous partner.

I think it was an expensive lesson and we must remind new lawmakers to never do that again. And start redoing the whole thing so that people like me, those guys who have granted full trust to elected assemblymen, be a bit happier.

The blokes who robbed a Chinese Gold shop are Malays from Kg Gabus, Pasir Mas

Chinese Gold Shops in Kelantan aren’t many, but on the other hand, Malay Gold shops are a lot, in fact there are sited in every corner of the streets.

These two robbers, one a local Malay bloke from Kg Gabus, Tok Uban, had intentionally chosen to rob Kedai Emas Wing On, instead of robbing many other Malay shops along the same street. I don’t know whether he was a kind of racist or not, you know by robbing a Chinese shop. People tend to equate that too.

It puzzled me, didn’t you feel the same?. Well, no one would certainly know what a robber had in mind. The main thing they, the robbers wanted, always, is to run away with other peoples’ property. That is the robber’s job.

In the above case the suspect was shot dead by the police. And because he was a Malay, and was robbing a Chinese shop, well there wasn’t anybody who could come up giving grievances to him. After all he was a robber. Who cares.

Me, I would say, al fathihah to him. He was very brave to rob a Chinese shop, and got a death penalty on the spot, and was very kind not to rob Malay shops found everywhere in all the corners of the streets in KB.

Robbing may not be a good job, in fact it’s a criminal act. But, you know, there are robbers in every street of KL, in the shopping malls, in China Town, stealing money from you by selling counterfeit; telephones, hand phones, hand phone covers, computers with illegal software, counterfeit cigarettes, medicines, selling underage girls, drugs, cheating into buying illegal gadgets or many more things smuggled into the country, and these works of robbing two needs policing as well. These “robbers” robbed you by billion of dollars every year, you know. They get away with billion of dollars on this job and own large chunk of land properties in every state.

They are not being shot dead, these illegal sellers. They should have faced the same consequences.

Malay or Chinese. Or any nationals.

perompak maut di kb

Hello:

Go and tell your God. Nik Aziz didn’t give you a permanent job. And you need to support your lifestyle by robbing a Chinese shop. If I were you, I would also tell Him that you had no choice but to rob a Chinese shop. If you have succeeded in robbing the shop, you would perhaps have some money to pay for your mother’s medicine, or buy food for your kids. Or perhaps buy you a motorcycle so that you could travel to find a suitable job. Or tell him, it’s your intention to tell people like us, it was okay if you need money to buy food for your family, because nobody cares about you. Not even God. Ask HIM for forgiveness, mercy and all that stuff to make you an acceptable subject of the God. I am sure he would forgive you. I don’t know, next time if you would live again, if that is you believe, don’t become a robber. Be a nice man, cheating by selling counterfeit instead. You won’t die again. I am very sure of that, here in this country. You would be a rich man, like many Chinese in the towns.

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PS: Malays have been discriminated by the Chinese for jobs, and the state government has no hope in giving a brilliant idea on how people could cope with discrimination and the opportunity for stable jobs. Well, robbing can be the last one that is available. Pity on you Malay!.