12 October 2019

Cam ni dok kata gomen anti-Melayu pi mampuih buang...

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Aku suka cara Pembiayaan Perniagaan kepada kaum Cina yang disalurkan terus kepada Bank Komersial seperti BSN, Berbanding Institusi. dan agensi Kerajaan.. Mudah.. Sepatutnya Kerajaan kena banyak wujudkan skim Mikro Kredit dengan syarat pinjaman yg mudah, terutama melibatkan Penjaja dan Peniaga Kecil..

Antara sebab kegagalan Usahawan Bumiputera Hari ini, Terlampau banyak Institusi dan agensi pelaksanan berbanding dana Pinjaman.. Sepatutnya salurkan jer ke Bank Komersial atau satukan Intitusi Pembiayaan.. Lepas tu mudahkan Syarat pinjaman..

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Bayangkan, Untuk urus bantuan dan Pembiayaan Usahawan Bumiputera saja kita ada agensi seperti MARA, TEKUN, AMANAH IKHTIAR, PUNB, SME CORP ,MDEC dan CGC.. hari ini ada pulak TERAJU.. Cara inilah yg telah membunuh usahawan Bumiputera.. Bila perbelanjaan Pengurusan lagi tinggi dari dana dan Pembiayaan... Bila Melayu nak maju..

Peruntukan beratus Juta setahun kepada agensi Bumiputera setiap tahun.. Mananya empayar Perniagaan Bumiputera ? Agensi Bumiputera ni seronok buat Event..Buat seminar.. Tapi Bani Melayu masih merempat berniaga sana sini.. Berniaga Tepi Jalan..Buatlah kempen BMF pun tak guna kalau takda sokongan yang jelas dari Kerajaan dan Institusi Pembiayaan...

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Tengok Al-Arqam (Global Ikhwan)... Mana pernah diumumkan Peruntukan untuk depa setiap tahun, Tapi Empayar perniagaan depa berkembang setiap tahun... Jadi Jangan salahkan bukan Islam, salahkan Cina atas kegagalan orang melayu, Nak boikot sana sini..Belajar salahkan diri sendiri.. Rasanya Kerajaan dah sedia pelbagai Agensi, Pelbagai Dana.. Tetapi tetap gagal..

Apa puncanya ? Ini yang kerajaan PH kena ubah..jangan dok ikut cara Kerajaan BN dan UMNO urus bantuan kepada Bani Melayu..- Ipohmali

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Do they know what 'dignity' means?

Do the organisers of last Sunday's "Malay Dignity Congress" know what the word, 'dignity', means? The Kongres Maruah Melayu was not a congress in dignity. It was anything but dignified. The organisers were less than honourable. The congress was a contest to massage Malay egos and admire the best sabre-rattlers.

The congress was jointly organised by Universiti Malaya, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Universiti Putra Malaysia and Universiti Teknologi Mara. Academicians have no business wasting taxpayers' money on this futile event. In the end, this congress gave us a spectacular display of the insecurity of Malay leaders, academicians, students and religious preachers.

The order of the day was race-baiting, grandstanding, belittling the non-Malays, whilst at the same time, making five demands relating to politics, religion, the economy, education and culture for the Malays.

Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad and some leaders from Amanah, Bersatu and PKR attended the event. They gave the congress the legitimacy that the organisers were desperate to have. Shame on these Pakatan Harapan leaders!

The political discourse in multiracial Malaysia has been hijacked by racist and corrupt Malays. Malays who lack integrity. Malays who are happy to stick knives into the backs of their fellow Malays, if it will bring them power, wealth and position.

A number of them are already on trial for corruption, and more are in the long queue, soon to be brought to justice. The shame is not so much that these Malays have stolen the rakyat's money. The greater shame is that so many Malays still live in denial and think that rich Malays, senior Malay politicians and the scions of wealthy and noble families cannot be guilty of stealing, of injustice or of committing crimes.

Centuries of Malay upbringing in terhutang budi (debt of gratitude) has crippled the Malay sense of reasoning, especially if he is a beneficiary of a corrupt system. In politics, there was a call for leading positions to be held by Malays, and for institutions like the Bar Council, Suhakam and liberal NGOs to stop meddling in Islamic matters.

Can the congress's audience have forgotten so quickly? In GE14, the rakyat brought down the previous government, in which Malay leaders, who occupied all the top positions in government and in GLCs like Felda, Mara and Tabung Haji, swiped the rakyat's money. Are the Malays gluttons for punishment? Or are they too stupid to learn from past mistakes?

People and institutions do not wish to meddle in Islamic matters. More importantly, it is the brand of Islam that is practised in Malaysia, and propagated by Jakim, that has invaded our private lives, including those of the non-Muslims. There was a call for vernacular schools to be abolished because they do not promote unity. The person who suggested this is both blind and ignorant.

The standard of education in government schools is abysmal. The acts of racism in governments schools, both from students and teachers, are increasing. The quality of teaching and the level of discipline are appalling. Which parents would want to destroy their child's future? The ignorance about Peninsular Malaya's early history, shown by the participants and organisers, especially the congress's chief executive, Zainal Kling (above), is mind-boggling.

Did they ever stop to think about how the economy of Malaya/Malaysia was founded? Chinese traders and Indian spice merchants established the Silk Road and the monsoon sailing routes, several centuries ago.

Over the past 200 years, Chinese miners and Indians working in the estates, formed the backbone of our economy, in rubber and tin. Let's be clear, without the British importing extra labour from China and the Indian sub-continent, business and money would not have come to Malaya.

A similar scenario was enacted in East Malaysia, which also benefited from the discovery of oil in Sarawak. The important ingredient which brought money, business and trade to Malaysia, was brought by the non-Malays, foreigners and kaffirs.
Malaysia's reputation has been severely dented by disgraced Najib Abdul Razak's kleptocracy. Malaysia's status as a moderate Muslim nation has also taken a dive, with the proliferation of extremist preachers who are wannabe politicians, and politicians who are wannabe preachers. We are well on the way to becoming an extremist Muslim country.

The Malay organisers demanding Malay and Muslim dominance in politics, religion, education, economy and culture do not understand that affirmative action policies have not worked and should be discontinued.

In the two decades after their introduction, the affirmative action policies may have contributed to an increase in middle-class Malays, but today, they only give Malays a sense of entitlement. The Malays have become arrogant, spoilt, irrational and they ignore the long-term consequences of a nation where they are mollycoddled.

In the end, Malay nationalists and Muslim extremists do the nation much harm. Foreign investors will bypass us, and we will lose out to the Indo-Chinese nations of Cambodia and Vietnam.

The bottom line is this - without the hard work, dedication and commitment of the non-Malays and non-Muslims, Malaysia would be an even less developed country.

The congress was also a study in stupidity. The Malays at the event failed to realise that Malaysia will become prosperous once again, only when all the races are treated as equals. The Malay congress focused on navel-gazing and massaging one another's egos. - Mariam Mokhtar

Terutama aspek upgrade penjara Sg.Buluh 
tidak dinyatakan dlm bajet...😅😅😅😅😅

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Hadi mesti tak puas hati tengok Wan Azizah (TPM) ambik gambar selfie dgn Tun (PM). Dulu Hadi kata Wan Azizah tak layak jd MB Selangor sbb perempuan. Hadi lebih rela Azmin jd MB Selangor sbb dia ingat Azmin jantan. Rupa2nya geng semburit Wan Azizah tak nak ambik gambar selfie dgn PM online ke? 😅😅😅😅😅

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