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Warga bukan Melayu, kalau keadaan sebaliknya bagaimana?

Dewasa ini, para penyokong pembangkang nampaknya amat dengki pada pendatang tanpa izin (Pati) di Sabah yang didakwa akan dijadikan pengundi hantu BN pada PRU13 nanti.

Namun, Pati asal orang Indonesia dan Filipino adalah serumpun dan seagama dengan kaum majoriti negara ini. Juga mereka bertutur dalam bahasa daerah nusantara.

Dari tahun 1957 ke 1970, seramai 1.74 juta orang bukan-Melayu telah diterima menjadi warganegara Malaya/Malaysia.

Jadual (kolum tengah bawah tajuk ‘orang’) di atas tidak merangkumi pemastautin bukan-Melayu di Pulau Pinang dan Melaka, yakni Negeri-negeri Selat, yang menjadi warga Malaya melalui proses operasi undang-undang.

Lihat perangkaan berhubungkait tambahan mendadak penduduk dalam tahun 1958 – apabila syarat kewarganegaraan dilonggarkan – dan sekitar tahun-tahun 1962-63 iaitu sewaktu Singapura, Sabah dan Sarawak bergabung dengan Malaya.

Bilangan 822,567 orang bukan-Melayu yang menjadi warga melalui pendaftaran pada tahun 1958 merupakan 13.1% daripada jumlah penduduk tanahair pada tahun sebelumnya, iaitu ketika Merdeka dan terbentuk sebuah negara moden dipanggil Malaya.

Dalam sekelip mata sahaja kesimbangan nisbah kaum pribumi berubah.

Warga baru ini yang ada di Negeri-negeri Melayu Bersekutu (Federated Malay States, iaitu Perak, Selangor, dsb) kebanyakannya keturunan Cina dan India. Mereka tidak sebangsa dengan masyarakat setempat, beragama lain-lain serta pula tidak petah bertutur bahasa Melayu.

Namun mereka masih diterima untuk menjadi warga di bumi yang satu dekad awal pada tahun 1948 bergelar Persekutuan Tanah Melayu.

Andaikata kaum Cina yang menjadi kaum majoriti, adakah mereka dijangka akan sanggup membuka pintu kepada orang asing?

Bayangkan jikalau penduduk sebuah pulau (sebut sahaja Republik Pura-Pura Utara) mempunyai, katalah, sejuta orang penduduk berketurunan Cina. Adakah Cina-Cina ini akan rela menerima seramai 131,000 orang bangsa Melayu untuk sekaligus menjadi warga pulau republik tersebut?

Golongan yang menentang keras penyerapan Pati mendakwa bahawa orang Indonesia dan Filipino yang berada di Sabah itu adalah “low class”.

Mereka kononnya kurang berpendidikan, tidak berapa mahir serta bukan mampu menyumbang modal (maksudnya berbanding penghijrah berbangsa Asia yang mahu ke negara orang putih di bawah kategori kemasukan cagaran bisnes; yang mana seseorang itu perlu berharta untuk layak memohon menjadi warga Barat).

Meskipun begitu, adakah ia pernah terlintas di benak fikiran si pengkritik bahawa nenek-moyang mereka yang datang ke mari pada suatu masa dahulu itu pun tidak berpendidikan tinggi serta tiada kemahiran profesional tatkala menjejak kaki di sini?

Mereka seolah-olah telah lupa bahawa datuk-nenek mereka diberi peluang untuk hidup dan mencari rezeki di semenanjung dan juga di pulau Kalimantan.

Hari ini, sesetengah orang Cina dan India kurang berpuashati kerana anak-anak Indonesia yang baru penduduk generasi kedua akan diberikan status bumiputera.

Mungkin wajar juga sekiranya mereka mencermin diri lalu menepuk dada tanya selera — kenapa orang Cina kekal dipandang sebagai pendatang walaupun sudah bercucu-cicit di negara ini.

Yang saya pelik ialah orang Cina lah paling lantang membantah orang Indonesia diterima sebagai warga Malaysia.

Akan tetapi mereka sendiri sebagai pemilik peniagaan kecil dan saiz sederhana atau sebagai mem yang tidak reti mengemas adalah tauke-tauke yang paling banyak menggunakan tenaga buruh Indonesia dengan upah murah.

Lepas itu, kalau pekerja atau orang gaji Indonesia mereka itu menghilang entah ke mana kelak, dan seterusnya mungkin cukup bertuah untuk menikmati faedah-faedah DEB, maka akan melenting sakan lah kelompok Cina ini.

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Cuba belek dokumen undang-undang persekutuan. Ini syor saya kepada puak Firsters yang sering menguar-uarkan tentang betapa sayang dan hormatnya mereka kepada Perlembagaan negara.

Perlembagaan Malaysia

Bahagian III, fasal kewarganegaraan

Kewarganegaraan melalui pendaftaran (orang yang dilahirkan di Persekutuan sebelum Hari Merdeka)

Perkara:

16. Tertakluk kepada Perkara 18, apabila permohonan dibuat kepada Kerajaan Persekutuan oleh mana-mana orang yang berumur lapan belas tahun atau lebih dan yang dilahirkan di Persekutuan sebelum Hari Merdeka, maka orang itu berhak didaftarkan sebagai warganegara jika dia memuaskan hati Kerajaan Persekutuan —

(a) bahawa dia telah bermastautin di Persekutuan dalam masa tujuh tahun sebaik sebelum tarikh permohonan itu, selama tempoh yang pada agregatnya berjumlah tidak kurang daripada lima tahun;

(b) bahawa dia berniat hendak berbuat demikian secara tetap;

(c) bahawa dia berkelakuan baik; dan

(d) bahawa dia mempunyai pengetahuan asas bahasa Melayu.


JADUAL PERTAMA

[Perkara 18(1), 19(9)]

Sumpah Pemohon bagi Pendaftaran atau Penaturalisasian

Saya …………………………. beralamat di ………………………. dengan ini mengaku atas sumpah bahawa saya dengan sesungguhnya dan sepenuhnya menolak dan bersumpah meluputkan segala kesetiaan saya kepada mana-mana negeri atau Negara di luar Persekutuan, dan saya bersumpah bahawa saya akan jujur dan menumpahkan segala taat setia saya yang sebenar kepada Seri paduka beginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong dan akan menjadi seorang warganegara Persekutuan yang sebenar, setia dan jujur.

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36 thoughts on “Warga bukan Melayu, kalau keadaan sebaliknya bagaimana?

  1. A rather flawed analysis given the fact that conditions in the 60’s aren’t the same as they are now. Also, the non malays, you are bitching about had been living in malaysia for ages prior to 57.

    1. In what way “flawed” (?) please elaborate. Don’t simply throw blanket condemnation.

      You say, “conditions in the 60’s aren’t the same as they are now”.

      Agree, you were probably born an automatic citizen and your generation didn’t have to register for citizenship as they did around 1957.

      Non-Malays who lived for ages here in Malacca & Penang are not enumerated in the 1.74 million number figure cited above as Malaccan and Penangite Chinese became citizens by operation of law (a separate category making registration unnecessary).

      Read FedCon Article 16 on the different paths of citizenship acquisition.

      The Chinese who got citizenship – like the 822,567 persons in 1958 – were transient migrants (such as the Bangladeshis and Burmese in M’sia today), see here, not those who’ve “been living in Malaysia for ages prior to 57.”

      As to whether there are any similarities in social – viz. race relations – in the 1960s: Are you aware that there were race riots in Penang in 1967?

      Eyewitness account:

      “In the 1967 “hartal” race riots in Penang, mobs armed with knives and bamboo poles killed people passing through our streets, and I witnessed those bloody scenes …”

      — source: The Star interview

      Are you also aware that during the Penang riots, the army was sent in with orders to shoot to kill any troublemakers on the spot? See here.

      And serious race riots broke out in S’pore which left dozens dead and hundreds injured. It occurred in 1964 during the time when Singapore was still in Malaysia. See here

      As to whether conditions are the same or not, why don’t you ask your fellow blog readers whether the DAPster antagonism is as equally provocative as it was in the 1960s?

    2. Ed, Is this also flawed [YouTube], don’t try to be a Melayu kurap as we have enough of the rest being kurap for how it fits them.

      1. oi Malaysian in New York, are you Malaysian tulen ? don’t just speak as if you’re one Malaysian tulen. People are going to call you apek dishwasher, etc if all you do is cakap tak serupa bikin.

  2. Helen;

    Tak payah pergi jauh-jauh. Go downsouth and learn few tips how a Chinese majority shackled the Malay minority once they tasted power.. the Malays over there were not immigrants but the pribumis.

    1. First hire few Israeli advisors to advise on security matters. Just in case the Malay regiment headed by one Brigadier General Syed over there started to become adventurous and initiated a military coup.

    2. Systematically destroy Malay traditional village and moved the inhabitants to flats and ensure that the Malays will be spread out in Chinese majority areas under the pretext that the Malay land is required for development. If you don’t believe me, please visit Kampoung Tanjung Irau in Sembawang, Singapore. This village and nearby areas were heavily populated by Malays and after more than 30 years they were moved out of the area, this area is still not yet developed.Yang masih tinggal adalah sebuah masjid yang masih lagi digunakan sedangkan tiada sebiji pun rumah orang Melayu di sekelilingnya.

    3. Implement “Stop at Two” policy to discourage the poor and uneducated aka Malays from breeding.

    4, Frustrated the Malays by not trusting them with security job. Initially, no military service for the Malays but compulsory to non Malays . Later on allow the Malays to participate in National service but the Malays were assigned in non sensitive areas such as store keepers,medical orderlies or truck drivers.If a Malay entered a military camp, they will be continuously guarded.

    5. Make Mandarin as compulsory in order to obtain promotion.

    1. The majority here is already shackled by proxies working for my Jewish masters. Ai yoh, please update your information.

  3. I belived for security reason now and the near future the goverment should look into this matter serioualy,no matter where they come from.

  4. Goondoo,

    And Hsien Loong once said malays cant be assigned to sensitive singapore areas as their loyalty would be questioned should war takes place.

    And here in malaysia, PAS, in its quest for power( habuan di dunia) is becoming the ally of the enemy of malays.

  5. If the situation were reversed, we would probably hear public proclamations of “Melayu balik kampung!”, no?

  6. May I just add that although I am anti-DAP and Helen Ang voted DAP in past elections, we can still maintain a sense of civility between us. Do correct me if I am wrong, Helen.

    There is a lesson there for DAPsters and the taksub crowd…

    1. Methinks another important lesson is that political parties evolve.

      The Umno of Onn Jaafar is not the same Umno that is today. In fact, the membership number of 0000001 and 0000002 in Umno Baru – an entirely different entity insofar as ROS is concerned – belongs to Dr M and Siti Hasmah.

      PAS has been meandering between its founding principle of establishing an Islamic state and since 2010 its camouflage of Negara Berkebajikan.

      The DAP with new Christian members thrusting themselves into the limelight is not the party that I voted for in past elections, that’s for sure.

      DAP had never been tested with power before. It’s like you don’t know their true colours until they’re put in a position of authority. In Dr M’s 22 years and more, we never heard of the “sue x3” business, “you wait and see what I do to you” and gag order galore compared to the Pakatan’s mere 4 years in power.

      There’s the saying that the fruit doesn’t fall far from the tree. When we see an ill-mannered child, we fault his bad upbringing.

      When we see the atrocious behaviour displayed by DAPsters, we can help but think that the nastiness reflects the family values of their Papa and Mama DAPster.

  7. after the birth rate among the Chinese people in Singapore keep on decline every year, the PAP Government in Singapore are worried if the Malay one day will become a majority again in that Republic.

    So that, they decided to import a so-called ‘talented’ person mostly from PR China, Hong Kong, Macau & Malaysian Chinese to make sure Chinese will remain as a majority in Singapore.

    Do read my article below :

    http://ibnurusydi.blogspot.com/2011/04/pilihanraya-singapura-kuasa-politik.html

    Dont you think the same thing will happen if DAP, the PAP branch for Malaysia, win the next GE?

      1. If the Opposition win the next GE, my Jewish masters will doubtless be very happy. But I don’t think The A*** Man will be PM though. He has offended too many of his foreign backers with his flip flopping. Maybe his daughter can take his place.

        A union between Malaysia and Singapore is not possible at this stage though, but with so much foreign investments in Malaysia, Malaysia is already a colony of sorts, so union or no union is of no concern.

        But my Jewish masters are very demanding. If the Opposition win the GE, they will expect the new government to do a few things for them. Starting with opening the economy further for foreign interests, abolishing archaic laws, allowing foreign culture ample spaces in the local community etc.

      2. Illuminati: I think if Deutsche Arbeiter Partei win the next GE, your jewish masters will be extremely upset…

  8. 1957 non malays were given citizenship becoz thats the natural and logical thing to do. They have been working in this country long before that, and have skills, money and property, You can’t just ask them to leave with all those 3 things mentioned, coz that would mean serious impact to the economy. Please note that there were no such thing as ‘citizenship’ before 1957. THis applies to all races.

    On another note situation, in 1957 were different coz,,most of people of all races were not educated, skilled or have monetory resources like these days.

    Helen, why your statistics stop at 1970? why dont u show the non- malays who become citizens from 1970 up to 2012? Compare that with indonesians who become citizens over the same period.

    1. SHahRaman,

      Your statement in the first paragraph says: (quote) “1957 non malays were given citizenship becoz … They have been working in this country long before that, and have skills, money and property”.

      Your statement in the second paragraph says: (quote) “in 1957 were different coz, most of people of all races were not educated, skilled or have monetory resources like these days”.

      Uh … (??)

      In any case, why don’t you provide the statistics post-1970 to show the non-Malays who become citizens from 1970 up to 2012 and comparing that with Indonesians who become citizens over the same period?

      You get me the data, indicate to us the source, and I will publish them in this blog as a posting to share the info with everyone.

      Thank you.

  9. Hello my felllow Malaysians, macam mana ini http://www.scenereleases.eu/bbc-covers-up-war-crimes-misleads-over-syrian-security-operations/. Are our Melayu brother ready in arms. Hello friends even in your own background you cannot defend humanity irrespective of the origin tapi bisa cakap how you fight for others in hitherland because you are so convulated in the thought process that involves religion rather than one is humane when it seems fit. Malaysia bolehkan, asalkan saya wujud untuk kehendak saya sahaja.Salute Onn Jaafar, a visionary Melayu for humanity.

      1. I notice that people here called you apek, dishwasher etc. But then again I do agree though, by the way you present yourself, you do sound like apek, dishwasher etc. and you also speak with a fork tongue. one moment you speak of being Malaysian, the next moment when other readers don’t agree with you, you called them katak bawah tempurong. ouch ! you’re one big bad apek, ops ! sorry should be one big bad wolf.

  10. Most people still don’t get it. The economy, politics, etc, all are under the control of the Jews, with certain parties acting as their local agents. Look around the capital city. You see corporate names like JP Morgan, Rothschild, Goldman Sachs, Dell, BNY Mellon, etc, these are all Jewish linked entities.

    Now, a question though, who do you think are the local agents of these entities ? A certain CEO of a local government linked bank who is also the brother of the PM, plus the sons and daughters of the ruling coalition’s bigwigs who are corporate captains for starters, these folks all have ties to the Jewish entities I’ve mentioned.

    While the Opposition is to be blamed, we should be asking ourselves this very simple question: Who stand to benefit when we blame the Opposition entirely? I bet those sons and daughters of the ruling coalition’s bigwigs are laughing at all of us while we’re blasting the Opposition parties.

    1. Hehehe… was it not your godsent Ketua Umum who was taking donations from Jewish linked entities?

      1. My Ketua Umum, ha ha ha ! Yeah he did but because of his constant and consistent flip flopping even my Jewish masters are exasperated. Maybe its time my Jewish masters find a new puppet to do their dirty work. Do you have any suggestion, any names ?

  11. Q: “Warga bukan Melayu, kalau keadaan sebaliknya bagaimana?”

    A: Bagut la. Sikalang pon kita sudah kontrol itu ekomomi. Bila kita sudah jadi majoliti, kita boleh jadi kelajaan, kontlol politik. Kita boleh buat apa kita mau. Kita tukat nama ini nigala. Kita pangge Tanah Cina. KTM jadi KTC. Laja Melayu jadi Laja Cina. Askat Melayu jadi Askat Cina. Olang Melayu kita halau balik kampung tanam jagong.

  12. Illuminati Agent.,

    Be critical, not paranoid. If that is your logic, entire Muslim population in Malaysia or in the world will go to hell for association with Jews.

    Muslims are not taught to wage war on Jews. we are told to be careful. For centuries Jews found safe haven in Muslim ruled territories , secured from pogroms so commonly associated with Christian kingdom.

    condemning a Malay leader for ties with Jews is equivalent for condemning any malay who has Citibank credit card or drive Ford or watch ‘avatar’

    1. hmm…………….this is interesting. I never said anything about going to the underworld for association with the Jews. All I m saying is, if it is beneficial collaborating with Jews, then go for it.

      I myself work for a Jewish associated bank I mentioned earlier. I didn’t condemned any Malay leaders for ties with the Jews. In fact, I praised Malay leaders that have ties to the Jews.

      Sham, you should go back and re-read what I’d written. You misunderstood my “alleged” pointing out the sons and daughters of the establishment’s bigwigs collaborating with Jewish entities as condemning them. The most dangerous enemy is always internal.

      Beware of the Jews? If you’re smart, you should beware of those that are most likely to collaborate with the Jews. In this case, I have to praise the Jews. Their most favored strategy has always been “infiltration and subversion”.

  13. apa la pengkomen ni. bloger cakap melayu yang berbangsa cina tapi awak semua cakap enggeris. pelik-pelik ini le rakyat malaysia sebenarnya. cakap tak serupa bikin. untuk bloger saya hormat kat awak kerana boleh menjadi warga malaysia yang baik. ini lah rakyat malaysia sebenarnya.

  14. Most countries gives citiszenship to foreigners based on economic benefit that they bring to their country.etc, professional, technically skilled, or bringing huge cash to the country.

    No one gives based on race or. creed alone,,,- That would be clearly a rascist policy! no matter how hard you to argue and justify, a spade is a spade.

  15. Justine

    If Malays are racist, why on earth grant citizenships en bloc to more than 1 million Chinese and indians.

  16. the problem is ………. bangla, indon, paki, afgn are given bumi status and those chaps are living with the expanse of my tax and hard earned money. anyway… after these overtake the local Malay then you’ll will know the pinch.

    1. (1) M’sia could vet immigrants more stringently like the USA or Australia do. But once accepted, the new citizen is equal before the law and he/she would have to fulfill certain expectations like speaking Australian or American, and fitting into the local culture (e.g. not insulting Thanksgiving or Christmas / not insulting the azan)

      (2) The above scenario of equality & integration won’t happen as long as we practise Bumiputera-ism. So we have the ‘compromises’ that we see in M’sia, such as Chinese schools and Chinese not demanding public sector jobs.

      (3) I do understand that the majority Malays would be more open to Indonesians, and to (next tier) other fellow Muslims like how Australia in the past preferred white immigrants.

      (4) In a nutshell, Malaysia is a fragile, unique anomaly.

  17. Pemuda _youth

    Immigration is very lax. That is the crux of the matter. And I believe the Minister is sleeping.

    HELEN,

    Last year i read about an old lady finally given citizenship. She is still unable to speak Malay despite being born here. Why on earth she was given citizenship when she in her entire life does not show effort to be proficient in Malay?

    I know for sure that if someone wants to be US citizen, he/she must be well versed on American system. Proficient in English is expected. No if. No but.
    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Old lady, cincai (biar) lah sebab kurang pendedahan kepada kaum-kaum lain. Yang harus fasih tu si Firster yang sering mendabik dada. — Helen

    1. 20% american dont speak english at home, 5% american dont speak english well. 40% chinese (china) don’t speak putonghua well.

      here i think there are more and more chinese malaysian that dont speak chinese at home and the number is increasing, maybe to 30% by 2020, and chinese population may drop tremendously as well . IF one language is our aim, we have a better and brighter chance compare to usa, BUT us objective is more likely diversity and multiculturalism, so we may again compare the wrong thing.

      1. If 5% of Americans don’t speak English well, does that infer 95% speak English between well to fairly well even if 20% don’t speak it at home?

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