Discrimination leads to bribery, so who are at fault?

English: Flag of the Malaysian Chinese Association

English: Flag of the Malaysian Chinese Association (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Ahmad and Rohana, Malay, must find jobs in GLC or in the government offices or banks, or in any private company owned by a Malay, to start a living in Malaysia. There, his or her future is bright, away from racial discrimination, which has roots in every aspect of our lives, far beyond any one belief in our society.

When jobs are scarce, the alternative employment for Ahmad and Rohana is in a Chinese company. In this company, they will learn humbleness, politeness, shyness, and, boredom. Racial discrimination starts on the day you join the company, receive a lower salary than your Chinese counterparts are receiving although at a similar rank, work primarily as the intermediary between the Malays in the government and the Chinese in the company.

That has been a norm for some time, exits since the BN ruling party formed a coalition with the Chinese from MCA and Gerakan parties.

Although the company attains many contracts via employing Ahmad and Rohana in the society, their ranking, or positions in the company remain at a lower executive level.

Those who received an executive position in the GLC or government agencies who have similar education at university with Ahmad and Rohana will be the lucky ones. Bribery is common as there is massive competition between companies for procurement for the government, that induces bribery.

Middle management level that holds the power to give contract in all sectors including oil and gas industry is susceptible to bribery ending up receiving multiplying incomes far above the imagination.

In the end, the society has to pay the price. Discrimination in the private sector and the bribery in the public sector, are the two main enemies existed in our society for a very long time.

This extraordinary and excessive social imbalance between groups in our society has underpinned a serious unity program for our nation building.

Don’t ask Ahmad or Rohana, they are only ordinary citizens who don’t make policies for the country.

Problems with young Chinese stem from MCA and Gerakan?.

Chinese Lantern

Chinese Lantern (Photo credit: Ulrich Thumult)

I really am, you know, having a sort of envy how the Chinese developers make tones of money at the expense of the majority of young urban Chinese who have been crushed like an orange for the juice.

Buying a house is a damned tough decision financially and looking for an alternative place to live in while working in the city is now becoming erratic. Many are happy to settle living in a rented room, sharing the whole house with friends, forgetting buying, or investing in a home in the city.

Many people said they were resilient. Now as it seems, their resilient too has a limit.

They become reckless, but as they are still young, living in a shared home is good enough. Those who were married however are on a different level. Sleeping in a room in a shared house for married couples is uninviting choice, by the local norm. They are urban married Chinese couples, and by their standard always a must have a house. It seems that this is no longer true.

Today’s top 50 rich and famous people in this country comprise mainly or majority Chinese, the same clans as the most urban Chinese. Moreover, many of them have a wide range of businesses from housing to telecommunication and all businesses.

A new place would cost something like RM700, 000, well above the affordable level of these Chinese blokes. In and around Damasara a similar house would cost something like RM1.4 million, double the amount of a house in a suburb, like Putra Jaya.

This hash housing market for some is a tiring business, they begin to alter fault in the government’s policy. However, the fact that, the developers who are mainly Chinese clans, with the help from their own representatives in the government have smart played the market for high earnings, thus many of whom are listed in the top 50 richest men in this country.

Why do I say smartly played the market?. By stressing in location, location, and location, and owning a large chunk of potential development land in the city, built houses on the land when demand is high, and always forgetting the low and middle-income group like the miserable young urban Chinese who were just starting work.

We don’t need to include other races in this equation due to the fact that they are a bit less superior than the Chinese, the one who normally live in high-rise flats and in the outskirt of the city.

The Malay and Indian have faced similar housing problem much earlier however developers in the last 10 years were requested to build low and medium cost housing in any development should they decided to launch, a policy that maintains to redress the housing shortage for the poor, like us. The current requirements are believed to scrap the need as most are constructed for the medium high-income group. Thus as a result pushes out the lower and middle-income group comprising the Chinese.

The frustration is high among this group who begins to reject the government policy involving housing for ordinary citizens, the voice sometimes looms in the social media, not only involving the outcry on the housing problem, high food price or cost of living but, on the religion issues too. Their switch of support from MCA to DAP represents their frustration over all these issues. MCA while in the government has enriched the top 50 richest men in this country, MCA loyalists, and supporters.

So, I believe MCA has done a lot of rubbish while it was in the government, but by switching support to DAP the young urban Chinese would be worse, unless the government role is in the hand of DAP, which is unlikely as at today’s politic.

Planned internal migration of Chinese to Negeri negeri Melayu

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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.

images (2)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”.

Chinese are not clever in politics, but they are clever in cheating a partner.

Now everybody knows Chinese are up for no good. During the last 30 years they were spotted as a good fellow, a good partner in the government.

Now we know they want to be a partner for a reason.

Each person of a Chinese decent while in the government as elected representatives carried out mission to aid in building up an empire for the Chinese entirely on their own in this country whilst at the same time destroying the very own partner they have in BN, UMNO.

MCA and Gerakan, both have used UMNO’s power brokers and those in power to close eyes on several issues, including security and other matters of the laws and order.

UMNO in BN is powerless handling on several issues such as the allocations for the Chinese Schools. By right, the allocations are not provided for under our constitution. Why the Malays in the government were so friendly and forgetful of the constitution?

The leniency found among several government policies which in favor of the Chinese in total, and it was in total disrespect to the majority Malays. Policy that gives the right to the Chinese to sell homes to oversea buyers, is such a bad policy for the majority urban Malays who have suffered severely due to triple fold home price increases over the period in which the policy is implemented.

Illegal businesses are protected in many places where Chinese are trading, whereas stern actions by authorities of the government are taken on other non-Chinese traders. This confusing line of actions by the government clearly show that by becoming a partner in the government, Chinese have a great role promoting own races as well as protecting them even in the illegal businesses at the cost of other races in this country.

The government seems very blatant and careless in promoting professional among the races too. The so-called freedom in the running of the professional bodies in this country breeds one-sided body consisting of professional who promotes only Chinese supremacy and disregards other professionals from other races. See Majlis Peguam,

This is a careless education policy by the government that does not prolong the life of newly graduates in all fields. They stop dead when they get qualified, hammered by a racial split that is ONLY promoting Chinese supremacy.

There is something wrong with the partnership in the government, so much so that each time during the election we heard that area is reserved for so and so, and so on.

If the above partnership is not clearly defined, then I would agree with Nik Aziz in that UMNO is a lousy partner, who succumbs to helping other races a lot more than helping own Malays, and may be for the money which Chinese are providing at the cost of a nation building.


PS: Prophet Muhammad did not build a nation on wealth but by Roh of Islam, which was simply by a fair distribution of the wealth by itself. Not the other way round.

William Cheng is a Chinaman

Malay Muslims in Songkhla

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WHEN he spoke about anything:” he speaks for the Chinaman”. How many Chinaman in this country? Oh they aren’t that many but all economic activities are in their hand. And why do we the majority Malays don’t take back what are rightly our?

This is because the main string or the keys to the industry are in their hand. When the government opened up IMalaysia Shops around the city, he said that it was unfair to other 30,000 odd small shop owners, who were all Chinese that actually owned and infested that shops and made their killing days afer days, years after years, for almost 100 years. Who are they made the killing for their life? the poor Indian and Malay. You and me, and all of us.

And when these shops benefit some poor guys who have been screwed for decades for the sake of a Chinese group, this group has the support from a person who was so beneficial by living with the poor Malays in Malacca those day when he was a poor man. Those Malay professionals and government officials might have helped him through to built his dreams in Cheng Malacca. But then who care when they get rich they screwed up every one of us the poor.

This is the personality that is so commonly found among Chinese Chinaman.

Already fed up with DAP, MCA and Gerakan. Go and fly kite all of you, we don’t depend on you for the last 15 years already. We have survived much better than most of you.

Please change your altitude.

Same problem but different routes

The urbanites Malay and Chinese surely face a same or a similar living and economic problem, whatever races living in any big city of the world.

As space is becoming smaller, competition for the live hood in the congested area demands greater attention now than it has been over the past years.

And so does the political mindset of each group.

Although each group differs greatly in its anticipation for change, the root to the problem does not drift that far.

A major problem faces the urban Chinese here is education. Whilst all members of their society prefer own language as medium of instruction getting job in the globalised markets such in Kuala Lumpur either requires the knowledge of English or Bahasa Melayu for job in the government services.

More than three quarter urban Chinese who attend Chinese schools do not have sufficient knowledge of Bahasa Kebangsaan or English that places them into a list of jobless person in the city. Those who achieve higher or university learning prefer to work overseas due to insufficient knowledge in Bahasa Kebangsaan. To earn a living most of these poor urban Chinese either work in Chinese establishments or enter into small business. They live in derelict flats and commune to work by public transport.

In the end, in supporting the end meet many involve in illegal trades selling copyrighted dvds, prostitutions, drug abuses, or involve in gangster related activities.

The sorry state of living condition and style of some urban young Chinese known to exist in years without special treatment from MCA, the party in BN that is supposing helping the poor electorates. Moreover, MCA too is propounding the interest of Chinese supremacy in Chinese education, which allows little or no sense toward proficiency of the local Bahasa Kebangsaan that further divides the youth from the main national stream.

As the Chinese establishments and businesses are, globalised once successful family owned businesses are beginning to adapt to the need of the international market. Players in the industry then begin to employ more professionals from elsewhere that leaves local urban young Chinese with a lesser hope to obtain new employment and upgrading living condition.

The young Malay poor too are subjective to the same syndrome. Whilst less pressure for job in the government services as they could mingle well on the work ethic among the group of Malays in the offices, the high cost of living in the city is destructing their living progress as much as the young Chinese experience.

Many young Malays who live in the city are graduates from universities or colleges, which bring them into government offices or employment, and little, are employed in the Chinese establishments.

This segregation by the nature of choice in early education really works well in the separation of each group’s inspiration and political mindset. The Malay is more for the government related services and the Chinese for other than government related services. Thus, the mindset for anti establishment exists in the society that has less relation with the government. In addition, it is not the fault of the Malay society at all.

Ahmad #eekaawordpresscom

What a Chinese want – never say never Justin Bieber

Some interesting points brought up by a Chinese columnist Joceline Tan – the Star,

Since March 2008, MCA’s situation has been akin to standing on a burning platform. It is really up to the Chinese to go along with MCA or to reject it. The Chinese have always been very tactical about the vote. They understand the power of the vote and have used it to punish or to reward the parties in question.

Well, no loyalty here, like to punish-punish and reward-reward that was applied during the periods of so many Chinese Dynasties, decades ago, and what about on job:-

There are more posts down the line that are at stake – state exco members, municipal and district councilors, village chiefs and village committee members. They add up to more than 5,000 posts for party politicians. As such, Dr Chua’s message to his party is that MCA members have to work hard to ensure that people will support the party and, equally important, they themselves have to vote for the party.

They want jobs, but also want everything under the sky in Malaysia, money comes, big money comes, money, money, MONEY:-

The Chinese want the best of both worlds. They want a good check-and-balance in the government and they like “fighting cocks” who dare to question ministers and policies.  At the same time, they want a say in the government and to have people up there whom they can turn to for help in business, educational issues and other matters.

Well, they think the Malay don’t want the best of both worlds. These issues, those that are important to them, too are unwanted issues by the Malay. Those are the most important thing in life for a Chinese in Malaysia, 1 business, 2 educational and 3 other matters (perhaps urut-urut, or jat-ji-bo, past tense of “geli-geli type of entertainment”) and on the Chinese vote swing :-

The results of the Sarawak election has given DAP a big boost of confidence in time for the 13th General Election. With DAP snatching away Chinese votes, Lim Kit Siang’s party has become a big threat to BN. The only way for MCA and Gerakan to recapture the hearts and minds of the Chinese voters is to rol up their sleeves and start working hard for their party, the people and their own sake by delivering their promises. Like Justin Bieber’s famous song, they must “Never Say Never…”

Ah, go on, read what this guy has to say, Maximillion, quote:-

The strategy of their forebears has borne fruit. The Chinese have attained what they wanted. They now live in the lap of luxury in this land of opportunity called Malaysia . In fact, it is not only in Malaysia that they have attained what they wanted. They have even gained full control of Singapore . Singapore is not their original country. The Singapore Chinese and the Malaysian Chinese were originally boat people. The difference is that those who landed in Singapore managed to gain full control of Singapore , but those who landed in Malaysia did not manage to control Malaysia .

Read his blog here:  Maximillion.

What about loyalty to the King, and that sort of thing to this country, Malaysia? Who do you think will run away like their forebears if Malaysia is invaded by an alien country?

Perhaps this picture will sum up their opinions in general. A new song by Justin Bieber – Negara Ku No More.

"What? A country?, Nah, this is my country, who gives a shit. I have my own schools, my own business associations and my own media. And what do you ingenious people have? Shit? "

Sinbab  #eekaawordpresscom