Subject: Where is Malaysia going... to the dogs led by mamaks
This is a very well written article that we should all read.
Comments from a foreign writer Bryant on Mahathir's article:- Kaki
dalam Kasut where he says Chinese is the real master of Malaysia .
This article was written without fear or favour, and it is up to us
to digest individually the truth of the matter, especially for all
Malaysians (irrespective of race, colour, creed or religion).
To: The highly respected Tun Mahathir,
China is coming up, India is coming up, Vietnam is coming up and now
even Russia is on the rise. In this flat world that is all wired up and
regardless whether we are Malaysian Malay, Chinese or Indian, and if
Malaysia does not progress, all of us would become history of this country!
Without the Malay, Chinese could not do well in the country and
without the Chinese, Malay would not do well. Both have to work together to
bring up Malaysia and mitigate the ascute impact that is being brought about
by the globalisation.
For me, a true leader is someone who has the foresight that not only
focuses on one particular group in the country but take care of the future
of everyone. A good leader is someone who knows what is the biggest threat
the country is facing and directs the people to fight off the threat. A
leader is also someone who is impartial that has the ability to promote
harmony in the country for a long period of time.
UMNO is a political loser that leads the country to nowhere. They do
not understand what is going on in the outside world. They have no clue
where Malaysia will be in the next 30 years. With the 3 new superpowers, i.e
India, China and Russia standing tall and high together with the USA and the
Europe Union, they do not know what kind of world it would be and how
Malaysia is going to compete and share the ever smaller slice of cake of the
world economy. They only know how to get the Malays to fight with other
Non-Malays on tiny issues within Malaysia , while these races know jolly
well that the issues they are fighting are trivial and are totally
UMNO does not give a damn to how the poor Malays are going to live
in the future and they do not care about the real benefits of the poor
Malays. They only want the votes from them. The NEP is a good evidence on
how they benefit the cronies, instead of the poor Malays. Despite all their
despicable acts they are still in the power.
The highly respected Tun,
As you are aware, the Malays control the rights to all the lands and
all other natural resources in this country. They control all government
institutions, GLC and State owned companies. The Malays dominate the
lawmaking process in Malaysia ; The Malays control the decision making
process in formulating the economy policies. The Malays own the largest
national assets and the Malays are given shares in the public listed
companies for free. The Malays have also been given all kind of priorities
when it comes to buying properties, awarding of public contracts, tertiary
education opportunities, awarding of scholarships and even getting a job in
With all these privileges and rights enjoyed by the Malays, you are
saying nothing has been done enough to help the Malays to catch up with
other races, mainly the Chinese. Then what else should Malaysia do to
satisfy the Malays? Did the Chinese seize or rob anything away from the
Malays or was all their wealth, a result of their hard work? If it is all
due to their hard work, why do you say it is unfair? I don't quite get your
May I humbly ask you what do you expect the Chinese to do if your
so-called NEP did not achieve the desired result? Would the Malays be happy
if the ethnic Chinese in this country do any of the followings:
- surrender their assets and hard earned money to the Malays
- not to engage in any business activities;
- not to score As in all sort of examinations;
- not to make money that is more than the Malays are earning;
- not to advance to higher education; or
- renounce their citizenships and go back to China or migrate to
some other countries?
I am a foreigner but I am surprised that your intention is to divide
your own country. I think you are mainly targeting the Chinese. Frankly,
tell us, what do you expect the Chinese to do in order to achieve what is so
called "equality" meant by you?
Tun, after all these criticism you have against the present
government, I feel that you are starting to loose your rationality on your
arguments. You have run out of good reasons to convince us. I guess it could
be due to your accumulating jealousy of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, your former
counterpart in Singapore .
But reality is always hard to accept. No matter how, you have to
accept the fact that he is regarded the Father of Singapore but you are not
regarded the Father of Malaysia; you have to accept the fact that Mr Lee is
able to influence the government of Singapore until the day he dies but you
have not been able to influence the government from the moment you stepped
down as PM.
You must also accept the fact that he is still very popular on the
world stage and a leader respected by many but you are not quite. Because of
these jealousies, you are starting to accumulate imbalances in yourself that
leads you to embark on a series of action to attack your successors.
It is very obvious that you are not happy when your successors are
more popular than you. Is there any good of doing that? What is your
intention? Can't you take it easy?
During your time, you criticised most of the developed countries
especially the Western Countries out of jealousy and after stepping down as
PM you criticise every single soul remained in the cabinet for not listening
to you. When will you ever stop criticising any people? Can't you respect
the decision of others?
Back to your recent blog, is there anything wrong with the Chinese
in this country?
Did they seize or rob the money away from the Malays?
Did they have the ability to come out with any policies to
marginalise the Malays?
Did they dominate the lawmaking process of this country?
Did they formulate the economy policies in this country?
Did they control the government departments in this country?
Did they control the state owned companies and GLC in this country?
Did they control the country's largest oil companies and banks?
You know the answer, right?
Malays are the one who dominate the the lawmaking process of this
Malays are the one that formulate the economy policies in this
country that favours the Malays.
Malays are the ones that control the government departments, state
owned companies and GLC.
Malays are the ones that control the funds in this country.
Malays are also the ones that control the largest oil companies and
banking industry in this country.
With all these rights enjoyed by the Malays, what else do you want
the Chinese to do?
Surrender their houses and savings and their wealth that they earned
with their hard work to the Malays? Or ask all the Chinese to renounce their
citizenship and go back to China ?
Have you ever thought of the fact after 30 years of implementing
NEP, why it does not achieve the desired result? Or it does achieve but
Under the NEP there are a series of policies that favors the Malays.
If with all these policies, it still does not give the Malays what they
want, what else do you want the Chinese to do? Is the Chinese to be blamed
because they are too hard working? Or the Malays to be blamed because they
do not treasure the opportunities have given?
You know very well the NEP has been misused and it only benefits the
cronies... So if you have designed NEP to only benefits the cronies, please
don't say it is the problem of Chinese that NEP does not achieve its result.
It has nothing to do with the Chinese but NEP and the Malay themselves.
This is a globalised world, Chinese and Malays should not be
fighting against each other because Malaysia is competing with other
countries. China used to be backward and lagging behind Malaysia but now
they have caught up and have even surpassed Malaysia . Can we ask them to
slow down their development? If they refuse to listen, can we make a
complaint to the United Nations that China is developing too fast and this
is very unfair to Malaysia , which adapts a more passive approach? Who gives
you the right to prevent others from progressing?
Who do you think you are? This is a flat world (Obviously Tun did
not read the book named "The World is Flat"). Don't be so narrow minded to
only focus on the Chinese or Malay in Malaysia . We should now look at the
world as a flat world. If Malaysia does not progress, no matter we are
Malays or Chinese, we would be extinct one day!
Have a God-blessed day.
P.S Next he is not a Malay, an Indian by birth, he is taking
advantage of the NEP to rob the country.
The Mamaks are fooling the Malays by inciting them while they
secretly pocket the monies.( Some Mamaks have become billionaires )
When the country finally go bankrupt they will blame it on the
So they will remain in control while keeping the Malays forever on
crutches and lazy.