University that only accept 1 race – Only in Malaysia

August 13, 2008

I never heard of university that accept student from certain race. Only in Malaysia this thing happened:

‘No need to open up UiTM to other races’

PETALING JAYA: Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) is the last bastion for Malay and bumiputra students to further their studies and there is no need to open it up to other races, the Malaysian Muslim Consumers Association (PPIM) said.

In a response to the proposal by Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim for UiTM to open up 10% of its intake to other races, PPIM said the move would be seen as challenging the special rights of the Malays.

PPIM project director Noor Nirwandy Mat Noordin said the government and its leaders had to be tougher in defending such issues because although the country was multiracial, there was “no need to sideline Malay special rights.”

“If something like this is allowed to happen, then there will be a worrying situation where many Malay institutions will crumble and be ‘Malaysia-nised’.

“It is hoped that the exclusiveness of UiTM is not undermined by anyone and it be allowed to continue as an institution that will strengthen the Malays,” he said in a statement.

Noor Nirwandy said that UiTM has not only produced many excellent scholars but has also had many graduates who were able to compete with other races in the job market.

He added that the reason given by Khalid, which was to create more competition amongst students, was unnecessary because university students already competed amongst each other.

University of Malaya or Universiti of “Malay”?

April 12, 2008

Full racist letter from UM 

1) First and foremost, since when did Universiti Malaya became Universiti Melayu?

2) How dare this Indonesian migrant going around and saying that other races are “musuh dalam selimut”?

3) And lastly, did you guys noticed the seal on the right-hand side? It seems that “Hal Ehwal Pelajar & Alumni of UM” had APPROVED the letter, despite the contents of the letter!

If we have this kind of freaks in public universities, then how should we expect the rankings of public universities to go up further? Universiti Malaya was ranked 89th in 2004, and dropped to 169th in 2005 and to make matters worst, it went to 192th position in 2006. In 2007, in conjunction with Malaysia’s 50th Independence anniversary, the rankings had brought a big shame to all of us when UM dropped out of the list of top 200 universities in the world!

I feel threatened with the letter. Our fellow UM students would feel the same too. The author of the letter is a threat to other races in Malaysia and he is inciting racism amongst the students in UM. He is a bloody racist.

Now, where is the bloody ISA?

Part of Racist Letter written by UM student council

non-Malay race born in Malaysia is not citizen – Kelantan Prince

April 12, 2008

As we have not enough racism from UMNO (de Facto main political party in BN), we now have to face racism from a powerless prince from Kelantan. The way he put it is like Malay are the only race supposed to be in Malaysia. Other race like Chinese are not really citizen. That’s why Malay must have more priviledge than Chinese or other race. What the fuck? Does the Prince have any brain? I guess he just live in Palace thinking about how to get more money from special priviledge eh? Hey Kelantan Prince. Your salary are paid even you don’t need to work. Some more, most money come from Chinese tax payer. You can go and f**k yourself la.

Tengku Faris: Non-Malays should not seek equality
Andrew Ong | Apr 12, 08 2:10pm
Kelantan Crown Prince Tengku Faris Petra said today that Malays had been coerced into giving non-Malays citizenship and the latter should therefore not seek equality or special treatment.

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/81279

Kelantan Crown Prince Tengku Faris Petra said today that Malays had been coerced into giving non-Malays citizenship and the latter should therefore not seek equality or special treatment.

He said this during his keynote speech at a forum titled “Malay unity is the core of national unity” organised by the newly formed Barisan Bertindak Perpaduan Melayu in Kuala Lumpur today.

Speaking to a crowd of about 1,000 people, Tengku Faris said the Malay rulers would be an umbrella to foster unity among all Malaysians, based on the Federal Constitution and the Rukun Negara.

“Therefore, the rakyat must unite and never raise issues regarding Malay rights and special privileges because it is a quid pro quo in gratitude for the giving in of citizenship (beri-paksa kerakyatan) to 2.7 million non-Malays into the Tanah Melayu federation.

“Thus, it is not appropriate for these other ethnic groups to have citizenship, only (later) to seek equality and privileges,” said Tengku Faris, who read from a 11-page prepared text.

However, the crown prince stressed that in an effort to unite the Malays, non-Malays also have rights that must be protected, such as in areas of religion.

As an example, Tengku Faris said non-Malays are allowed to practice their respective religions in peace. They must however do so in accordance with the law and “not be provocative towards Islam”.

“The Malay rulers are the head of the Islamic religion and Malaysia is a Islamic country (negara Islam), not secular. We have our own formula (as a country) which is different from others,” he added, drawing thunderous applause from the crowd.

‘Dominance’

He added that the effort to instil Malay unity and defend Malay special rights does not mean that other races would be ignored.

“In fact, if Malay rights and special privileges are taken care of and is not disturbed, it would ensure national harmony. It does not just benefit the Malays but all ethnic groups,” he said.

In his speech, Tengku Raris said the 12th General Election results have shown that the Malays are being “challenged” and thus Malays unity is of the outmost priority.

“The election results have shown that the Malays are disunited and facing other ethnic groups who are more dominant politically and economically,” he said.

As the constitution provides that the Malays are the natives (penduduk asal) of Malaysia, Tengku Faris said every Malay must defend the constitution and Islam and this can only be achieved through Malay unity.

“We have to make an effort to unite. Don’t spilt up. Avoid polemics that can distance us. Ideology (and) having different interpretations does not contribute to Malay unity.

“Discussing about polemics such as Islamic state, secular state, welfare state… confuses the people… Resulting from this confusion, Malays are becoming more disillusioned,” he added.

The lighter moment : Story of Ant and Grasshopper

April 4, 2008

Older Version story

The Ant works hard in the withering heat all summer building its house
and laying up supplies for the winter.
The Grasshopper thinks the Ant is a fool and laughs & dances & plays
the summer away.
Come winter, the Ant is warm and well fed. The Grasshopper has no food
or shelter so he dies out in the cold.

Modern Version story

The Ant works hard in the withering heat all summer building its house
and laying up supplies for the winter.
The Grasshopper thinks the Ant ‘ s a fool and laughs & dances & plays
the summer away.

Come winter, the shivering Grasshopper calls a press conference and
demands to know why the Ant should be allowed to be warm and well fed
while others are cold and starving.

TV1, TV2 & TV3 show up to ! provide pictures of the shivering
Grasshopper next to a video of the Ant in his comfortable home with a
table filled with food.

The majority of the Malaysian Parliament stunned by the sharp contrast.
How can this be that this poor Grasshopper allowed suffering so?

Khairy stages a demonstration in front of the Ant ‘ s house .

Nazri goes on a fast along with other Grasshoppers demanding that
Grasshoppers be relocated to warmer climates during winter.

MOst of the related people criticizes the Malaysia Government for not
upholding the fundamental rights of the Grasshopper.

The local news paper & the Internet is flooded with online petitions
seeking support to the Grasshopper (many promising Heaven and
Everlasting Peace for prompt support as against the wrath of God for
non-compliance) .

Deputy minister immediately passes a law preventing Ants from working
hard in the heat so as to bring about equality of poverty among Ants
and Grasshoppers.

Hishammudin makes ‘More Special Reservation ‘ for Grasshoppers in
Educational Institutions & in Government Services.

The Ant; fined for failing to comply with 30% sharing and having
nothing left to pay his retroactive taxes; its home is confiscated by
the Government and handed over to the Grasshopper in a ceremony
covered by maju ———.

Prime Minister announces to the whole Malaysia that this is part of
the NEP and all have to respect, no question ask and have to follow
it.

Many years later

The Ant has since migrated to the US and set up a multi-billion dollar company

100s of Grasshoppers still die of starvation despite reservation
somewhere in Malaysia

because of loosing lot of hard working Ants and feeding the
Grasshoppers, Malaysia is still a developing country!!!

All bcos the ANTS are still doing their work………………………..

Slab scheme for doctors needs review

April 3, 2008

http://malaysiakini.com/letters/80772

Product of the System | Apr 2, 08 4:15pm

I can accept many features of the NEP, albeit swallowing them like a bitter pill. I will never be able to accept the Skim Latihan Akademik Bumiputera (Slab), however.

For those who are unfamiliar with the Slab scam scheme, it is basically a training programme tailored for ‘outstanding’ bumiputeras with professional qualifications to embark on an academic career.

The privileges accorded under this scam scheme are plentiful and far-reaching, available to ‘bumi’ graduates in medicine, law, sciences and IT. I shall only touch on the medical careers, drawing from my own personal experience lest I make wrong generalised statements about other fields.

Under the Ministry of Health (MOH) ruling, all doctors are required to serve at least four years before being eligible to apply for specialty training in the Masters programme in local universities. No one is exempted from this ruling as in this noble profession of medicine; all doctors are equal in this fair nation regardless of the ethnicity.

Some are more equal than others, nonetheless.

These are the supposed outstanding bumiputera doctors. They only need to serve one year of government service before being offered a range of clinical disciplines in which they desire to specialise in and later on, lecture in. While the rest of their non-bumiputera colleagues serve the district folk, these privileged lot are bypassing everyone else to begin a premature training as a clinical specialist.

On the outset, it would appear justified to reward these ‘prodigies’ with a shorter route to specialty and thereafter a career in academic medicine. If one scrutinises the Slab candidates however, the ugly faces of discrimination, cronyism and shortsightedness will become obvious.

Despite its namesake, the Slab programme is almost exclusively reserved for Malay Muslim bumiputeras. There is a reasonable pool of qualified and talented non-Muslim bumiputera doctors in Sabah and Sarawak. They, however, are denied the chance to become academics through this supposedly noble training scheme. It’s bad enough to label Malaysians as bumi and non-bumi. To further differentiate between Malay and non-Malay bumiputeras is an act more despicable that the apartheid NEP itself. It is racial egoism.

In principle, the by-invitation only Slab programme is open to outstanding, phenomenal Malay bumiputera doctors. In practice however, the candidates are far from it. My Malay colleagues who can hardly string a proper sentence of English together are being accepted into the programme. They can’t even present a simple case summary to the consultants during ward rounds and now they are expected to lecture medical students? Pretty preposterous isn’t it? The quality of Slab trainees ranges from those with minimal knowledge in basic pharmacology to those who cannot handle common medical emergencies without descending into a state of panic.

Are we confident to let our children learn and train under these pseudo-lecturers? A great number of my colleagues who failed final year MBBS exams in Universiti Malaya were invited to join the Slab programme! It gives one a general idea of the quality of our future lecturers. The majority of these Slab products have either failed the external Royal Colleges exam or were never confident to attempt these exams in the first place. There were also two Slab trainees in UM who were dropouts from Australian universities. The future of medical education does not look bright indeed.

Like most other NEP privileges, the Slab programme has been hijacked by well-connected Umno loyalists. A great number of trainees are accepted into the programme because they carry a ‘bin Datuk-something’. The truly qualified bumis are denied an opportunity while mediocre, below- average children of Umnoputras are offered a silver platter to quasi-professorship.

More than being another Umno racist policy, the Slab programme is one that is dangerous. Clinical acumen in the profession of medicine comes from years of experience and there is no other way. A pre-university student who enters medical school without battling it out on a level playing field is already a cause for concern. Now, the same person is expected to perform the clinical duties of a lecturer-specialist after serving just one year of housemanship. In our feudalistic healthcare system, the specialist is always regarded as correct and infallible, even when he has less experience than his medical officers who are subordinates merely because they were not born with a privileged skin colour.

The intentions of the Slab programme were never to provide a helping hand to aspiring bumiputera doctors. It was also never the intention of the Slab programme to provide our universities with a steady source of well-trained lecturers.

The way it is carried out, the aims and purposes of the Slab programme is to mass-produce as many Malay bumiputera specialists as possible and in the shortest time, as well as to inhibit the careers of non-Malay doctors. It is already punishing enough that non-bumi students enter university one year later that their bumi counterparts (two years if one is from a national-type school).

Now they even have to wait four years later than their Malay colleagues before being eligible to apply for specialty training. A Slab product will become a full-fledged specialist by the age of 30 with an almost guaranteed pathway to sub-specialty and professorship by 40. His non-Malay colleagues meanwhile, will only be a newbie specialist at 35, assuming the doctor was successful in his application for specialty training at the very first attempt.

BTN is racist government machinery

March 27, 2008

While government openly practicing racist policy against citizen, there’s a government machinery which  inculcate racism into Malaysian young people. It is called Biro Tata Negara (Nationalism Bureau). I’ve got this from a comment of a person posted in:

http://www.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/5023/1/

I’ve grabbed his statement and post it below. I’ll translate the content of the camp:

1.Malay will built their own country without non-Malay

2. Non-Malay owe Malay because non-Malay is given citizenship.

3. Non-Malay pay tax and the money collected will be used for public sector and government which has 90% Malay.

4. …………………

written by Loong, March 26, 2008 | 23:00:24
YM RPK,

I know how fucked up this BTN brainwash campaign is. I am an oversea student and the BN govt made me attend this stupid BTN camp before going overseas. Among the content of the BTN camp (It’s true, I swear. It s written black and white on the manual):
1.Melayu nak membentuk kerajaan sendiri tanpa bantuan orang bukan Melayu.
2.Orang bukan Melayu terhutang budi kepada Melayu kerana Melayu beri kerakyatan kepada bukan Melayu. Hello, kita bayar cukai jugak tau, Mr.
3.Kerajaan mengenakan cukai ke atas orang bukan Melayu dan hasil cukai itu digunakan untuk membangunkan sektor awam dan kerajaan yang terdiri daripada 90% orang Melayu.
4.Punca keganasan dalam negara – mendengar ceramah Nik Aziz dan Hadi Awang and the list goes on….

It is frightening to know that every civil servant and oversea student will have to go through this BTN module and get brainwashed by the BN government. BTN is no good. From my personal experience, it makes some of my Malay friends feel that it is their right to do whatever they want with the land and some of my non-Malay friends are thinking of migrating and not coming back to Malaysia anymore. Even one of my relative’s friend in MCA told me to get out of the country once I have the chance and never return to Malaysia again….

Khairy Jamaluddin is racist Malaysian

March 26, 2008

This is history of racist Malaysian. Part of the reason why BN lose a lot of seat in PRU-12 is because of this guy. What he uttered angered a lot of non-Malay people in Malaysia. Below is newspaper article extracted from Utusan Malaysia Online (government propaganda newspaper). But this guy will be history soon with his father-in-law.

I will quote the racist statement here. The racist statement is bolded below and I’ll translate here:

In Malay language : seorang tauke Cina yang kaya-raya turut membuat tawaran menarik yang sekali lagi saya tolak kerana mahu saham saya dibeli oleh syarikat bumiputera sahaja

Which means:

In English : a rich Chinese boss give me an offer to buy my share at good price but I refused (eventhough I will lose money) because I want to sell it to Malay only.

http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=2006&dt=0814&pub=Utusan_Malaysia&sec=Muka_Hadapan&pg=mh_01.htm

KUANTAN 13 Ogos – Naib Ketua Pergerakan Pemuda UMNO, Khairy Jamaluddin menjelaskan, beliau dengan rela hati menjual 10.2 juta sahamnya dalam ECM Libra Avenue Bhd., untuk memberi tumpuan seratus peratus kepada politik dan tidak mahu syarikat dan pemegang saham lain terjejas berikutan kontroversi yang melandanya.

Beliau berkata, walaupun menanggung kerugian hampir RM200,000 namun beliau berbangga kerana menjual saham berkenaan kepada sebuah syarikat yang terlibat dalam industri kewangan yang dikuasai usahawan Melayu.

Menurut Khairy, proses penjualan saham miliknya dalam ECM Libra Avenue Bhd., telah lama difikirkan dan beliau pernah menerima tawaran lebih tinggi tetapi terpaksa ditolak kerana mahu memastikan saham itu hanya dibeli oleh bumiputera yang tiada kaitan dengan kerajaan, di samping tidak berlaku ketirisan.

“Saya nak pastikan tiada ketirisan berlaku di mana saham yang dipegang oleh orang Melayu itu seelok-eloknya pergi kepada syarikat yang dikuasai orang Melayu,” katanya kepada pemberita selepas merasmikan persidangan perwakilan Pergerakan Pemuda, Wanita dan Puteri UMNO Bahagian Paya Besar, di sini hari ini.

Khairy mengulas keputusannya menjual semua sahamnya berjumlah 10.2 juta yang mewakili 1.23 peratus kepentingan dalam ECM Libra, sebuah syarikat pelaburan dan broker saham, semalam.

Beliau menjual bahagiannya pada harga 65 sen sesaham kepada Hikkaya Jaya Sdn. Bhd., sebuah anak syarikat AmcorpGroup Bhd. setelah membelinya pada harga 71 sen sesaham pada Disember tahun lepas.

Khairy berkata, antara yang pernah menawarkan untuk membeli saham pada kadar lebih tinggi ialah sebuah syarikat milik kerajaan tetapi ditolak kerana tidak mahu dirinya dilihat menerima bail out kerajaan.

‘‘Selain itu, ada syarikat antarabangsa yang hendak beli tetapi saya tolak kerana itu adalah ketirisan dan ada juga seorang tauke Cina yang kaya-raya turut membuat tawaran menarik yang sekali lagi saya tolak kerana mahu saham saya dibeli oleh syarikat bumiputera sahaja,” katanya.

Concern over fate of Malays in Perak

March 24, 2008

Below is copied from thestar.com.my regarding Malay NGO wanting more Malay as Perak executive councillor (EXCO). What the ****? Already the highest government officer (Menteri Besar) is a Malay. And now they want more Malay in EXCO? This people are the reason why there’s unrest and instability due to racism in Malaysia. Summary : Malay Perak NGO is very racist!

IPOH: Some 20 Perak Malay non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have voiced concern over the fate of Malays under the new DAP-PKR-PAS government in the state. 

The group, which held a special meeting at Tambun Heights here yesterday, will submit a memorandum to the Sultan of Perak. 

Among those who attended the meeting were leaders of the Perak Malay Teachers Association, Perak Gabungan Pelajar Melayu Semenanjung (GPMS), Perak Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (Abim), Perak Association of Muslim Students, Perak 4B Youth movement, Perak Council of Former Barisan Elected Representatives (Mubarak), Perak Malay Traders Association and Perak Wanita NGO. 

Nonee Ashirin Mohd Radzi, who chaired the meeting, said they could not accept the six-three-one formula to be used in the make-up of the state executive council. 

Nonee Ashirin, who is one of the founder members of Perak Pertubuhan Profesional dan Pewaris Bangsa (Prowaris), said the formula did not reflect the composition of the state population with the Malays being the majority. 

The formula agreed upon by the new state government would see the DAP taking up six exco posts, PKR three and PAS one. 

“There should be more Malays in the exco line-up,” Nonee Ashirin said, adding that the exco should instead have six Malays and four non-Malays, like the representation under the Barisan Nasional rule. 

She said the NGOs also rejected the creation of two Deputy Mentri Besar posts because they were not provided for in the state Constitution. 

“The two positions are there just to fulfil the DAP’s political interests,” she added. 

First post about racist Malaysian

March 24, 2008

We’re known worldwide as harmonious people living in multiracial society working towards the betterment of Malaysia. However, that is wrong impression given to tourist worldwide. In fact, Malaysian are racist lot. All the post in this blog will now serve as a historical data as how Malaysian is actually very racist in nature due to government policies and due to political arena inherited from colonial era.