Racism Organisation is formed in Malaysia

After long break from blogging about racism in Malaysia, I’m forced to start again due to sign more racism recently in Malaysia. I did not blog about Malay in Malaysia that step on the cow head  because they hate Indian who want to relocate temple in their neighborhood. I also did not blog about racism being spewed out by those in power.

But I can’t stop myself from not blogging this. There’s about 50 racist organization (NGO) that gather to form consultative body to defend racism and Islam (which is racist and not Islamic at all  because Islam is for all and not Malay only). It’s weird that they can group Malay which is a race and Islam which is a religion together. Obviously, they are linking this because racism and religionism is very sensitive and it always able to control people in this way.

Now we have a rise of Klu Klux Klan in Malaysia. I wonder when will this racism stop. Malaysia current Prime Minister, Mr Najib talk about one Malaysia (1Malaysia) which means all races live in harmony. But we have racism organization converge to talk about one Malay which means Malaysia is only for Malay.

For those who started to know Malaysia, Malaysia is a country that discriminate against non-Malay race. Malay race are given more priviledge than non-Malay because they said Malaysia is their country and non-Malay are visitor only although non-Malay born and breed in Malaysia. This hurt a lot of non-Malay and in March 08, 2008, almost all non-Malay voted for opposition because Barisan Nasional (the current government) supported racism against non-Malay.

Today is another bleak day for Malaysia. The weird thing is that Cuepac which represent multi-racial government servant join this racist group. This just means that government is racist because all their employee is Malay only (there’s a small percentage which is non-Malay but its too small to be counted and represented I guess)


By G. Manimaran

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 27 — About 50 groups today launched the Malay NGO Consultative Council (MPM) to defend Malay rights and Islam at the historic Sultan Sulaiman Club here, where a similar gathering nearly 60 years ago led to the formation of Umno.

Among the prime movers are Perkasa, ex-Umno lawmakers council Mubarak, Peninsula Malay Students Confederation (GPMS), Malay Professional Thinkers Association and Cuepacs.

The Malaysian Insider was barred from reporting the event but a media release said among those who spoke were Perkasa president and Pasir Mas MP Datuk Ibrahim Ali(picture), Mubarak chief Tan Sri Abu Zahar Ujang and Malay Professional Thinkers president Professor Datuk Dr Kamaruddin Kachar who is a former director-general of the National Civics Bureau (BTN) which the opposition claims spreads hate ideology.

The MPM was launched by GPMS president Jais Abd Karim followed by a dialogue and a signing ceremony to form the body.

The MPM press release said “following several discussions by several Malay NGO leaders, there was a desire for a consultative council to bring together as many Malay NGOs concerned about current developments faced by the Malays”.

“It is apparent that there is pressure on Malay rights and privileges in their own country, towards the position of Islam as the official religion, the position and sovereignty of the Malay Rulers that is always being questioned, the New Economic Policy that is being sidelined despite the lack of achievement by the Malays and also national security,” it said.

These are among several “sensitive” issues for the Malays which have become provocative matters by those who want to destroy the security and prosperity of the country, the statement added.

The statement said the consultative council is not a platform for confrontation unless they are forced by parties described as those “inciting” racial tension.

“The main function of this council is to act as a medium to gather Malay NGOs that share the same stand to handle pressures faced by the Malays, Islam, Malay Rulers, national security, public order and other related issues,” the statement said, adding the idea to form the body was made early last month.

The MPM will form a task force that will be chaired by council members in rotation.

The statement also said the MPM had resolved each member should jointly study issues important to the Malays, Islam, Malay Rulers, national security and public order that is brought up or questioned by others, or to be championed by the community.

Others include the preparation and implementation of action plans to handle or oppose provocations against issues that relate to Malays and Islam, or issues seen as inciting or hateful.

The resolutions decided by MPM are:

  • Resolutions must be based on facts and documents tabled at lawful MPM meetings;
  • MPM members who disagree with the resolutions must accept the decision of the majority and be prepared to sign the agreed resolutions;
  • MPM members who refuse or abstain from resolutions or decisions can choose not to sign off without affecting their membership; and
  • If any MPM member opposes any of its resolutions or decisions, they will automatically cease to be members.

3 Responses to “Racism Organisation is formed in Malaysia”

  1. ZAREMA Says:

    Thanks the author for article. The main thing do not forget about users, and continue in the same spirit.

  2. Barrett Loterbauer Says:

    I am searching for RSS feeds for my new blog I’m starting and found yours. Will you be writing more on this? It’s always good to find quality information on this subject. Thanks again.

  3. Cursetrinity Says:

    i totaly hate [censored] they are totaly cruel most of em , those in pwer just tlk bout 1 malaysia inorder to get support by al d residence in malaysia , [censored] are non other than cowards who find faults of other nationality and the most painfull parts even the stupids could get a seat in goverment universities , and most of d privillageous are given for em , is this called 1 malysia , if this movement and action of those in powers to save their religion standards than how could d non-malays live In malaysia

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