2004/09/20

Stupid, stupid, stupid!!!

Wow! What an incredibly stupid guy! Just to give you an idea of how amazingly lunkheaded this guy is, here's an excerpt:

Mark Steyn on Bush:

In my corner of northern New England, as in Highgate and Holland Park, it is also stressful being a Bush apologist. Most of the guys I hang out with demand to know why he's being such a wimp, why's he kissing up to King Abdullah about a few stray bananas in some jailhouse, why's he being such a pantywaist about not letting our boys fire on mosques, why hasn't he levelled Fallujah. In other words, don't make the mistake of assuming that Bush's poll numbers on Iraq have fallen because people want him to be more multilateralist and accommodating. On my anecdotal evidence, they want him to be more robust and incendiary.

People I know of invented the term “knuckle-draggers” to describe people like this. Why would anyone object to firing on a mosque? Gee, I don't know. Maybe because they don't want to provoke the country into throwing American troops out by their keisters, ya think? Level Falluajh? Sure, let's commit an act of genocide in the country we were suppposedly liberating. Yeah, that'll convince the world that when America invades a country, that that country better jolly well not act up or anything. We'll go flying off the handle and murder a few hundred thousand of them. Granted, we condemned the Nazis and the Serbians under Slobadan Milosevic and several African nations for doing exactly the same thing, but hey, we're Americans. We're entitled to do that sort of thing anytime the mood strikes us.

Steyn's stupidity continues in The (British) Observer:

As for Iraq, the UN system designed to constrain Saddam was instead enriching him, through the Oil-for-Food programme, and enabling him to subsidise terrorism. Given that the Oil-for-Fraud programme was run directly out of Kofi Annan's office, the Secretary-General ought to have the decency to recognise that he had his chance with Iraq, he blew it, and a period of silence from him would now be welcome.

There is of course not the slightest evidence that Saddam Hussein ever, at any time, subsidized terrorism. Hussein was an awful ,evil, terrible guy, but US intelligence agencies have come up completely dry in finding any connection between his regime and terrorists. The fact that Hussein made more money than he should have off of the Oil-for-Food program is indisputable.

The idea, however, that Hussein used his illegal profits to buy weapons is complete nonsense. The Iraq Survey Group finished up 15 months surveying Iraq and that:

The draft Duelfer report, according to the New York Times, finds no evidence of a capability, but only of an intention to rebuild that capability once the UN embargo had been removed and Iraq was no longer the target of intense international scrutiny.

This is an interesting statement, however:

The Malayan "emergency", to take one example, lasted from 1948 to 1960, and at the end of it Britain midwifed what can reasonably claim to be one of the least worst Islamic states in the world.

The numbers are that 135,000 troops (35,000 British and 100,000 Malay) were up against 500,000 ethnic Chinese who had no real support in the countryside and of whom 80,000 were active fighters. Current support for the US occupation was last counted as being at 2%, so US troops at roughly the same size of the combined British/Malay force is facing a total population of around 25,000,000 with who-knows-how-many active fighters, a vastly larger force than the British had to face in Malaysia. Note that the struggle was finally petering out in 1958. That's ten full years for the armed struggle to persist.

Note especially:

In 1951 some British army units begun a "hearts and minds campaign" by giving medical and food aid to Malays and indigenous Sakai tribes.

Funny, the US doesn't seem to have a program like that running. Not because US troops haven't been trying, but because they seem to be busy just trying to stay alive. It also doesn't help that only about 5% of the money allocated for reconstruction has been spent with about 15% now being redirected towards war-fighting.

So, can the United States possibly hope to duplicate what the British did in Malaysia? Doesn't seem likely.

11 comments:

malay pig no brain said...

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The special position of the malays as prescribed under Article 153 of the Constitution is limited in scope to only the reservation of reasonable quotas in these 3 sectors: public services, educational places and business licenses.

Hence, the present rampant racial discriminations practiced on almost every facet of our national life are mostly violations of the Constitution. Examples of these violations are:

(a) Racial discrimination in the appointment and promotion of employees in publicly funded bodies, resulting in these becoming almost mono-raced bodies. These bodies include: the police, civil service, army and various semi and quasi government agencies.

(b) Imposition of compulsory share quota for malays in non-malay companies.

(c) Imposition of compulsory price discounts and quotas in favour of malays in housing projects.

(d) Completely lop-sided allocation of scholarships and seats of learning in clearly unreasonable proportions that reflect racial discriminations.

(e) Blanket barring of non-malays to publicly funded academic institutions (that should include the Mara).

(f) Barring of non-malays from tenders and contracts controlled directly or indirectly by the government.

Our Constitution provides for only one class of citizenship and all citizens are equal before the law.

The presence of Article 153 does not alter this fact, as it is meant only to protect the malays from being "squeezed" by other races by allowing the reservation of reasonable quotas on certain sectors of national life.

However, this Constitution has now been hijacked through decades of hegemony of political power by the ruling party to result in the virtual monopoly of the public sector by a single race.

The ensuing racism, corruption and corrosion of integrity of our democratic institutions have brought serious retrogression to our nation-building process in terms of national unity, morality, discipline and competitiveness of our people.







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malaysian no future to see said...

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Big deal!

While the stupid malays scream and shout, the non-malays quietly dominate the economy of this country.

The malays can keep their special rights and privileges. I don't need it. If this is what having special rights and privileges mean, I would rather be like the non-malays who have nothing but are laughing all the way to the bank.

Malay rights means, if you are Umno malay, you get university seat even you are fool……….that's the right what we are talking about.

Malay rights means, you must be given 5% discount whenever you are buying a new house. No matter how rich you are……….that's the right what we are talking about.

Malay rights means, you must be given shares. Once you got, you can sell it to non-malay and keeps on asking for one after another……….that's the right what we are talking about.

Malay rights means, it's the duty and responsibility of government to keep them feeding with sliver and golden spoon……….The non-malays should not ask anything even the non-malays voted for BN.

Lastly, the malays will never learn anything other than blaming non-malays for their failure.

What malays should realise when they curse Umno is the indubitable truth that despite 30 years of handouts, subsidies, undeserved jobs in the public sector, undeserved overseas scholarships, undeserved places in public education, lavish expenditure of tax payers (mainly non-malays) money on all things Islamic, the state of the malays today is indeed as described, which in short is, pathetic.

Who is to blame? Not Umno or implicitly the Chinese, but malays themselves.

Can you just imagine how primitive they would have been if Umno had not existed, if May 13 had not occurred and if the perversion of the NEP had not transpired?

No race in history has proposed without application, cohesiveness, diligence, hard work and ingenuity.

These words are anathema to malays and so after all the handouts that no other race in the world in the history of mankind has got, they still look rather pathetic.

Pragmatic malays know it and so in Malaysia the Bumis policy will carry on forever, until stopped by forces other than malays.

I long for that day!





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kill all malay pig said...

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Our current malay generation is racist now because they desperately want to hang on to privileges which I frankly believe is slowly causing the malay race to rot away and become a pathetic race on crutches dependent.

I think that malays are the most stupid idiots on earth……….They might have big sized bodies bud in their head, they have puny brains……….

Thus coming to the conclusion that they are the most stupid black blocks on earth……….they are colored black and stink like a garbage dump……….

Does malay ever think twice about their religious? What if yours believe is not what you think..........

You malays will rape anybody just for sexual pleasure. You didn't read about the malay who raped his own sister?

Not only that! They yell 5 times per day and expect to go to heaven! After committing so many sins like killing, rape, steal!

If Americans don't hate the malays, why is there so much bad press against mahathir when he scolded the Americans? Isn't he a malay? You malays are brainless and never read the newspaper. Everyday special privilege here and there……….still like your tongkat so much!

You go to American embassy and see which country now is blacklisted? Did they blacklist Singapore, Taiwan?

Malays are jealous of Chinese, that is why they hate them. Americans are not jealous of Chinese, because they don't need tongkat. They buy a lot of Chinese goods. If they hate, they would have boycott the products. Bodoh!

Oh! Bodoh! Only blind man needs tongkat.

Even the Japanese look down upon the malays because they are just a bunch of lazy, fool, corrupted person who feed on the Chinese income tax for their existence.

The malays want to produce as many pig babies as they want but doesn't teach them what is honesty, hard working, civilisation!





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malaysia very low class said...

Comfortable house, fun holidays, nice car……….yes, but at what cost?

Are all of these worth the systematic dismantling of democratic institutions that is the foundation of every developed country in this world?

Many Malaysians equate monuments like the Twin Towers and the Sepang F1 track with developed nation status. But survey the truly develop nations in the world and you will find that each and everyone of them is built on a solid foundation of vibrant, and functioning institutions of democracy - vibrant legislative body, an independent court system, a free press and checked executive.

Measured against these benchmarks, it does not take much imagination to rank Malaysia two shades above a banana republic.

The running of the country is always a one man's show. It was like that for the past 22 years, and it looks like Pah Lak has inherited it all.

The whole government machinery is like an impotent old man when the mind says "yes", the body part can't move at all. Poor old man!

No doubt, his has utilized some of these powers to some economic good for the country, a portion of which you enjoy now, but again, at what cost to your fellow Malaysians, to your children and your children's children?

We have achieved some progress but at what price.

As Petronas accounts are state secrets, we don't really know how much of our children's future have been squandered on dubious deals.

Malaysia now sits at No 39 of Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index compared to Singapore's No 5 spot. And the difference in the quality of living between the two countries is quite apparent.

The old man studied in English in his time and forgot about the story of "The king and his new clothes" until a small boy said he was naked.

run away from malaysia said...

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The top problems in Malaysia are corruption, corruption and corruption. Get rid of corruption you get rid of all the problems associated with it.

Corruption can be broadly defined as the misuse of public office for private gain. Abuses by government officials such as embezzlement and nepotism, as well as abuses in bribery, extortion, fraud and influence peddling.

The effects of corruption:

1. Corruption in elections and legislative bodies reduces accountability and representation

2. Corruption in the judiciary suspends the rule of law

3. Corruption in public administration results in unequal provision of services

4. Corruption in selecting or promoting officials without regard to performance will stifle progress

5. Corruption siphons off the resources needed for development

6. Corruption undermines democracy and good governance

7. Corruption undermines democratic values in trust and tolerance

8. Corruption undermines the legitimacy of government

9. Corruption undermines national economic development

10. Corruption weakens government institutions by disregarding official procedures

Corruption generates economic distortions in public sector by pulling investment from essential projects such as education, health care and low cost housing into projects where bribes and kickbacks are more plentiful.

Corruption lowers compliance with construction, environment, or other regulations.

Quality of government services are reduced due to inefficiency as the result of corruption, thus budgetary pressures on government increases and ultimately, the citizens foot the bill and are denied the share of the national resources as well.

In the public sector, corruption undermines economic development. In private sector, corruption increases the cost of business and stifles healthy competition.

Corruption shield companies with connections from fair competition, thus making our country less efficient and less competitive in the global market.







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cool man said...

There is an endless list of examples: faulty traffic lights, illegal street racing, killer potholes, snatch thieves……….

Innocent people are still victimised by snatch thieves (Where are the police? What are they doing?).

It has already become a Malaysians culture to keep "one eye closed" and "one eye opened".

The authority and everybody will have one of their eyes closed, behaving as although nothing has happened, everything is ok. Until some lives are lost, the ministers will debate the issues, suddenly everybody is wide awake.

But, my dearest fellows Malaysians have very short memory. Very soon, the pains subside. Very soon, history repeats………..

Malaysians are one whole lot of hypocrites, irresponsible living things.

How I wish one minister got killed by snatch thief and tomorrow government will pass a law to sentenced those culprits to death. This will save many more Malaysian lives.

How I wish one minister got videoed while doing ear squat in police custody, and I am sure government will revamp the police force the next day.

And how I wish the money lost by Proton, MAS, Bank Islam and other GLCs belong to their grandfathers, and I am sure those jokers will raise their right hands and swear not to make further losses again.

Only if those tragic events fall on prominent personality, then we will see changes in the government even then how long will the changes last.

bad fire said...

No matter how weak and effective Abdullah is?
No matter how unemployable our local graduates are?
No matter how many billions the nation loses in its many economic ventures?
No matter how low the quality of our education?
No matter how ineffective the civil service is?
No matter how incompetent the CEOs of GLCs are?
No matter how corrupted the nation is?
No matter how brutal the police force is, the people will continue to support the Barisan Nasional.

Take my work, the BN will be returned again with a two-thirds majority in the next general elections.

The reason is simple. With the election commission being a de facto member of the BN, and the widespread vote rigging, there is no way the BN can lose.

It has been impressed upon the people that the nation will be destroyed if the BN falls - malays will be wiped out from the surface of the earth.

The people are not so bothered about human rights, about good governance and transparency, about corruption.

They don't evaluate the prime minister performance. All that matters for the malays, is a party that will protect their rights.

For the Indians, there is no choice but they follow the majority.

For the Chinese, they want to be left in peace to live and make money.

The government can rule with impunity and yet remain strong. What a dichotomy?

It was initially assumed that the victim in the ear-squat case was a Chinese national, prompting a protest from the Chinese government. Imagine being lectured by, of all people, the Chinese on how to treat prisoners and respect basic human rights!

How low can we go?

What we see today is the struggle for the spoils of office. While corruption is rife, no one is willing to do anything about it. Why rock the boat?

Since you can't fight corruption you might as well join in - that way you get to share the spoils of office, and create a small empire even for the siblings in business while the sun shines.

This culture of corruption has taken decades to take roots. Change will not come easy.

The race card will continue to be played. Why not? It is a damn good tool to use during times of disunity and apparent chaos. How else would you unite the malays?

The educated and politically inactive among the malays need to wake up - and do something, rather than wait for a (financial) crisis of the proportion we saw in the late 1990s, we are experiencing a leadership crisis today - make no mistake about it.

Pak Lah is asleep at the wheels.

oversee said...

Corruption to the country is just like tumor to our body. Let tumor to become cancer the body will die. Let corruption to grow to be irreversible the country will collapse.

So to control and minimize - corruption should deserve highest priority. Of course there are still many more issues to tackle.

I just could not imagine what will happen to the country if Pak Lah is slowly compromising himself with those corrupted people around him.

Let us hope Pak Lah has the courage to carry on the battle against corruption, and has the wisdom to take some drastic actions at the right timing on all the other major issues.

GLCs and NEP are becoming the means for some Umno politicians who are corrupted to gain power as well as to gather wealth for themselves. This is causing tremendous damage to the Malaysian economic.

More and more businessmen irrespective of race are working together with these corrupted Umno politicians to gather their own wealth. Most of these businessmen are equally greedy and corrupted, of course, there are some who are forced to do so for their own business survival.

The implementation of another well-intended policy on Malaysia incorporated, for the public and private sectors to work together for the good of the country, has also been abused by the same group.

Pah Lak must have the wisdom, strategy and courage to use the power of people to help him to bring the change, otherwise, 2006 year will be worse and the future of Malaysia will be full of uncertainty.

If another leader who although are stronger but corrupted to take over as prime minister - God saves Malaysia!

fargowin said...

I am not aware that malay race is the cause of so much problems in this country until I came across to this. I would like to congratulate for their endless effort to tell the world that Malaysia will be better off if the malays are not in the administration, the business, the politic or in the sport.

Many see the failure of government-linked companies (GLCs) as reflecting bumis aptitude and competence for commerce, conveniently for getting the similar dismal fate of such corporations in China and India.

Nonetheless, those ugly racist perceptions persist. I would have thought that should have motivated those currently running GLCs to excel.

After 22 years at the helm, Mahathir admitted that he failed in his attempt to change the mindset of the malays and hence failed too, to wean the malays off the NEP.

In fact, they have become over-dependant on it. Now it is going to extend to year 2020. Take it from me, even if it is a bet, the situation of the malays would be even worse then.

I am telling out of sincerity. It is an acknowledged fact that the poor malays have lost out to the elite malays, and rich corporate malay dynasties have been created which will see to it that the NEP is here to stay forever.

The tastes of life and comfort, not to mention the greed, have all but destroyed the essence and spirit of the NEP.

There will be incompetent malays and non-malay. Just like there will always be competent malays and non-malays.

If the government wants to increase the participation of the malays in the corporate sector, they should encourage the private sector to build goodwill by hiring more malays and give them a chance to prove themselves.

Once it is made voluntary, people will respond. Not all will respond, but many will respond and they will do so willingly and without bitterness. Putting in place quotas and racists policies is not going to build goodwill in the non-malays community.

kill the no brain pig said...

Malaysia makes all the wrong moves -

Over the last few months Malaysian Premier Badawi's administration has become more assertive in how it handles everything, from religious affairs to migrant workers to press freedom.

Unfortunately, the administration's tone and tactics of late have in some significant ways eerily echoed those laid down by Abdullah's predecessor, strongman Mahathir.

Talk about Abdullah in the year and a half since he became prime minister has generally been about what he hasn't done.

As promises from wiping out corruption to professionalizing the police force to making the government more efficient and democratic have gone unfulfilled, Abdullah has become linked with words like inaction and indecision.

Now, however, it's no longer so much inaction that is hampering the administration, but the course of the action itself.

Mahathir was often criticized for neglecting corruption, provoking other nations, and squelching personal freedoms. When Abdullah took over it was widely assumed Malaysia's standing in these areas would improve. Arguably, to some degree they have.

Domestically and abroad, for instance, those who have worked with Abdullah describe him as more accessible and team-oriented than Mahathir. He has okayed dialogues on everything from religious rights to the dreaded Internal Security Act, which allows for detention without trial, and has radically shaped the willingness of most Malaysians to express themselves.

But as political analyst noted, "We're seeing a lot of two steps forward and one backward." And the steps backward are increasingly being characterized by the terse officiousness that was a hallmark of the Mahathir era.

In response to an April Fool's joke by a web portal here that cleverly chastised the government for not living up to its pledge to curb corruption, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department said the government would take legal action against the web portal for "telling lies". A few days later Abdullah's deputy, announced that the government would sue one of neighboring Indonesia's most respected dailies, Kompas, for the same offense.

A member of Malaysia's ruling coalition then said the "Indonesian media is jealous of Malaysia's wealth and prosperity". Obviously such gestures haven't helped patch relations between the two neighbors - relations that began to sour in February over a maritime border dispute.

Tense dealings were par for the course under Mahathir but unexpected under mild-mannered Abdullah. Yet under the current administration, Indonesia is not the only neighbor with which Malaysia finds itself spatting.

It is yet unclear how Malaysia's relations with its neighbors are affecting its standing internationally. During Mahathir's reign, Malaysia had a hard time developing credibility outside the Muslim world.

Meanwhile, Malaysia incessantly peddled itself as a "model Islamic democracy", which finally caught on with Washington in the months following September 2001. But a report by the Washington Post calls into question the authenticity of these assertions.

The article alleges that Mahathir spent millions of dollars through US lobbying groups to secure a White House visit and improve relations the US, which hit the skids after Mahathir orchestrated the jailing of Anwar on what many believe were trumped up charges of sodomy and corruption.

In a bitter twist for Abdullah, Anwar is now serving as a visiting fellow at prestigious Johns Hopkins University, where he has been using speaking engagements to set the record straight as he sees it on Malaysia. "If you want to be a moderate Muslim country, you cannot condone corruption," he was quoted as saying.

He also said Malaysia should not be endorsed as either moderate or democratic. "How do you have free and fair elections when the views of the opposition are not heard? The entire media is controlled by the ruling party and you have free and fair elections?"

Some observers have been quick to blame such churlishness on those who surround Abdullah; the old guard that he putatively opposes. But to some extent Abdullah must be held accountable for their lack of decorum.

After all, these officials work under him, and as leader it is Abdullah's responsibility to establish a collective demeanor conducive to achieving his objectives, whether they are to reform the system or improve relations with Malaysia's neighbors. Certainly those who worked closely with Mahathir rarely strayed.

Mahathir made sure of this. And in his two-plus decades at the helm he accomplished many of his goals, the result of which caused Malaysia to evolve into the prosperous nation it is today.

That Abdullah is committed to changing the system is at best an assumption, as the last few months have made clear, judging not only by the administration's actions and rhetoric but its outlook as well.

As Abdullah said in an Asia-Pacific radio broadcast earlier: "I think if we are talking about reform in Malaysia it is very, very dramatic in the most successful way. What were we before? I believe people should know what were we before when we were under the British……….We were all agriculture……….So everything now has been transformed."

This seems to contrast with the ambitious talk of reform Abdullah adopted before last year's parliamentary elections. More frighteningly perhaps, it represents a complacency typical of Malaysia's ruling elite, in which Malaysia's past achievements are talked up to divert attention from the nation's myriad problem areas.

Despite the red flags, Abdullah has advanced Malaysia in some key respects, for instance, the corruption board arrested 497 people in connection with corruption, the highest number in a given year since the agency's inception in 1967. This hasn't broken the culture of corruption, but it is a start.

Malaysians are still waiting for a host of laws to be written up and for others, such as the Printing Presses and Publications Act (PPPA), to be abolished. That act requires publications to renew their licenses annually and has ensured that Malaysia's press remains among the most obsequious in Asia.

Some observers say the mere existence of the PPPA does not reflect Abdullah's views on press freedom; reporters are said to have greater access to ministers than they did under Mahathir.

Abdullah has of late, and at times unwittingly exposed two sides of himself - one set on serving the status quo, the other on helping Malaysia flourish.

Time will likely reveal a greater inclination for one or the other. For now they have emerged as the strongest opposing forces within the ruling elite. The irony is, they rest largely within one man.

yes agree pig no brain said...

List of racial discriminations in Malaysia, practiced by government as well as government agencies. This list is an open secret. Best verified by government itself because it got the statistics.

This list is not in the order of importance, that means the first one on the list is not the most important and the last one on the list does not mean least important.

This list is a common knowledge to a lot of Malaysians, especially those non-malays (Chinese, Ibans, Kadazans, Orang Asli, Tamils, etc) who were being racially discriminated.

Figures in this list are estimates only and please take it as a guide only. Government of Malaysia has the most correct figures. Is government of Malaysia too ashamed to publish their racist acts by publishing racial statistics?

This list cover a period of about 48 years since independence (1957).

List of racial discriminations (Malaysia):

(1) Out of all the 5 major banks, only one bank is multi-racial, the rest are controlled by malays

(2) 99% of Petronas directors are malays

(3) 3% of Petronas employees are Chinese

(4) 99% of 2000 Petronas gasoline stations are owned by malays

(5) 100% all contractors working under Petronas projects must be bumi status

(6) 0% of non-malays staffs is legally required in malay companies. But there must be 30 % malays staffs in Chinese companies.

(7) 5% of all new intake for government police, nurses, army, is non-malays.

(8) 2% is the present Chinese staff in Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF), drop from 40% in 1960

(9) 2% is the percentage of non-malays government servants in Putrajaya. But malays make up 98%

(10) 7% is the percentage of Chinese government servants in the whole government (in 2004), drop from 30% in 1960

(11) 95% of government contracts are given to malays

(12) 100% All business licensees are controlled by malay government e.g. Taxi permits, AP permit, etc

(13) 80% of the Chinese rice millers in Kedah had to be sold to malay controlled Bernas in 1980s. Otherwise, life is make difficult for Chinese rice millers

(14) 100 big companies set up, owned and managed by Chinese Malaysians were taken over by government, and later managed by malays since 1970s e.g. UTC, UMBC, MISC, etc

(15) At least 10 Chinese owned bus companies (throughout Malaysia, throughout 40 years) had to be sold to MARA or other malay transport companies due to rejection by malay authority to Chinese application for bus routes and rejection for their application for new buses

(16) 2 Chinese taxi drivers were barred from driving in Johor Larkin bus station. There are about 30 taxi drivers and 3 are Chinese in October 2004. Spoiling taxi club properties was the reason given

(17) 0 non-malays are allowed to get shop lots in the new Muar bus station (November 2004)

(18) 8000 billion ringgit is the total amount the government channeled to malays pockets through ASB, ASN, MARA, privatisation of government agencies, Tabung Haji etc, through NEP over 34 years period

(19) 48 Chinese primary schools closed down since 1968 - 2000

(20) 144 Indian primary schools closed down since 1968 - 2000

(21) 2637 malay primary schools built since 1968 - 2000

(22) 2.5% is government budget for Chinese primary schools. Indian schools got only 1%, malays school got 96.5%

(23) While a Chinese parent with RM1000 salary (monthly) cannot get school-text-book-loan, a malay parent with RM2000 salary is eligible

(24) 10 all public universities vice chancellors are malays

(25) The government universities lecturers of non-malay origins had been reduced from about 70% in 1965 to only 5% in 2004

(26) Only 5% is given to non-malays for government scholarships over 40 years

(27) 0 Chinese or Indians were sent to Japan and Korea under "Look East Policy"

(28) 128 STPM Chinese top students could not get into the course that they aspired i.e. Medicine (in 2004)

(29) 10% place for non-bumi students for MARA science schools beginning from year 2003, but only 7% are filled. Before that it was 100% malays

(30) 50 cases whereby Chinese and Indian Malaysians, are beaten up in the National Service program in 2003

(31) 25% is Chinese population in 2004, drop from 45% in 1957

(32) 7% is the present Malaysian Indians population (2004), a drop from 12% in 1957

(33) 2 million Chinese Malaysians had emigrated to overseas since 40 years ago

(34) 0.5 million Indians Malaysians emigrated to overseas

(35) 3 million Indonesians had migrated into Malaysia and became Malaysian citizens with bumis status.

(36) 600000 are the Chinese and Indians Malaysians with red IC and were rejected repeatedly when applying for citizenship for 40 years. Perhaps 60% of them had already passed away due to old age. This shows racism of how easily Indonesians got their citizenships compare with the Chinese and Indians

(37) 5% - 15% discount for a malay to buy a house, regardless whether the malay is rich or poor

(38) 2% is what Chinese new villages get compare with 98% of what malays villages got for rural development budget

(39) 50 road names (at least) had been change from Chinese names to other names

(40) 1 Dewan Gan Boon Leong (in Malacca) was altered to other name (e.g. Dewan Serbaguna or sort) when it was being officially used for a few days. Government try to shun Chinese names. This racism happened in around year 2000 or sort

(41) 0 temples/churches were built for each housing estates. But every housing estates got at least one mosque/surau built

(42) 3000 mosques/surau were built in all housing estates throughout Malaysia since 1970. No temples, no churches are required to be built in housing estates

(43) 1 Catholic church in Shah Alam took 20 years to apply to be constructed. But told by malay authority that it must look like a factory and not look like a church. Still not yet approved in 2004

(44) 1 publishing of Bible in Iban language banned (in 2002)

(45) 0 of the government TV stations (RTM1, RTM2, TV3) are directors of non-malays origin

(46) 30 government produced TV dramas and film always showed that the bad guys had Chinese; face and the good guys had malay face. You can check it out since 1970s. Recent years, this tendency becomes less

(47) 10 times, at least, malays (especially Umno) had threatened to massacre the Chinese Malaysians using May 13 since 1969

(48) 20 constituencies won by DAP would not get funds from government to develop. Or these Chinese majority constituencies would be the last to be developed

(49) 100 constituencies (parliaments and states) had been racist re-delineated so Chinese voters were diluted that Chinese candidates, particularly DAP candidates lost in election since 1970s

(50) Only 3 out of 12 human rights items are ratified by Malaysia government since 1960

(51) 0 elimination of all forms of racial discrimination (UN human rights) is not ratified by Malaysia government since 1960s

(52) 20 reported cases whereby malay ambulance attendance treated Chinese patients inhumanely, and malay government hospital staffs purposely delay attending to Chinese patients in 2003. Unreported cases may be 200

(53) 50 cases each year whereby Chinese, especially Chinese youths being beaten up by malay youths in public places. We may check at police reports provided the police took the report, otherwise there will be no record

(54) 20 cases every year whereby Chinese drivers who accidentally knocked down malays were seriously assaulted or killed by malays

(55) 12% is what ASB/ASN got per annum while banks fixed deposit is only about 3.5% per annum

There are hundreds more racial discriminations in Malaysia to add to this list of "colossal" racism. It is hope that the victims of racism will write in to expose racism.

Malaysian government should publish statistics showing how much malays had benefited from the "special rights" of malays and at the same time tell the statistics of how much other minority races are being discriminated.

Hence, the responsibility lies in the Malaysian government itself to publish unadulterated statistics of racial discrimination.

If the Malaysia government hides the statistics above, then there must be some evil doings, immoral doings, shameful doings and sinful doings, like the Nazi, going on onto the non-malays of Malaysia.

Civilized nation, unlike evil Nazi, must publish statistics to show its treatment on its minority races. This is what Malaysia must publish……….

We are asking for the publication of the statistics showing how "implementation of special rights of malays" had inflicted colossal racial discrimination onto non-malays.