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Notable Malay blogger believes that Malays are the most racist race in Malaysia

Journalist Jailani Harun (Bujai) is the BFF of The J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai. Many of Bujai’s writings are often reproduced in the slandering Scissorati blog Stop The Lies. Nonetheless he has brushed off (denied) any suggestions that he is being paid by the MCA paper.

Bujai – labelled by some readers as an MCA apologist – today blogged a controversial piece titled ‘Stop Chinese-bashing, please!

Bujai wrote that he found some points raised by delegates and party leaders at the current Umno general assembly to be “self-destructive, politically hostile and making the Malays look as most racist”.

He explained that he was putting his latest blog commentary on the issue in Bahasa Malaysia (Bujai almost always writes in English) because he guesses “many Umno leaders do not read English”.

He wrote that he is “amat terkejut dengan saranan seorang perwakilan agar kerajaan menukar slogan 1Malaysia … kepada 1Melayu bagi menggambarkan betapa pentingnya orang Melayu terus dibela, dibantu, disuap dan dipapah untuk terus hidup”.

To Bujai, the proposed ‘1Melayu’ slogan is a dangerous political provocation. “Saya sendiri tidak akan menolak jika ada anggapan menuduh orang Melayu sebagai bangsa paling rasis di negara ini”, Bujai blogged.

Malays are the most racist race in Malaysia, he appears to believe.

He states:

“Berpandukan Perlembagaanlah maka Melayu harus menerima hakikat bahawa Malaysia bukan lagi Tanah Melayu atau Malaya. Tidak ada ‘tuan’ yang lebih berkuasa di negara ini selain semangat bertuankan kerjasama dan kesepakatan antara kaum.”

Bujai insists that it is not advisable and most unfair to accuse the MCA of handing over victory to the DAP when at the same time Umno is not accused of the same, as after all, some Umno members had themselves voted for the opposition too.

According to Bujai, scolding “apa Cina mahu” is childish, ineffective and digging Umno’s own grave — “Kita marah mereka, kita keji, hina dan pulaukan mereka tetapi mereka sedikit pun tidak terjejas”.

Bujai wants the Malays to “change”, saying that their prejudice against the other races must be eradicated, and he is convinced that such a prejudice is wholly unfounded. Chinese are always ready to cooperate with the Malays, he adds.

He reassures his readers that the Chinese harbour no ambitions for becoming Prime Minister.

“Orang Cina juga sedar bahawa mereka tinggal di sebuah negara yang dinaungi kerajaan Umno dan tidak mungkin bangsa mereka akan menjadi perdana menteri. Mereka hanya inginkan jaminan untuk kekal menjadi rakyat sebuah negara merdeka, sejahtera dan makmur, dan dengan itu sedia bekerjasama dengan sesiapa saja asalkan hasrat itu tercapai.”

For Bujai, Umno’s “HIDUP MELAYUslogan is now no longer relevant.

Furthermore, Bujai blames the language divide for the existence of the Malay prejudice against the Chinese because “[h]ampir semua orang Cina di Malaysia faham percakapan orang Melayu tetapi tidak sampai 5 peratus Melayu yang memahami Mandarin”.

“Jika Melayu faham bahasa Mandarin dan Tamil seperti orang Cina dan India memahami bahasa ibunda kita, sifat perkauman, prejudis dan buruk sangka sesama rakyat Malaysia mungkin sudah lama terhapus dan negara mampu bangkit lebih cergas kerana mempunyai rakyat bersatu padu dan saling memahami,” he concludes on the language shortcomings of the Malay community.

Screen captured below at 4.37pm, http://justread-whatever.blogspot.com/2013/12/stop-chinese-bashing-please.html

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61 thoughts on “Notable Malay blogger believes that Malays are the most racist race in Malaysia

  1. its true what he said. Less than 5% Malays understand Mandarin. and that is why he never get to know all the racist things that have been hurled at the Malays in the MCA, Gerakan and DAP general assemblies.

    This is a typical example of a Malay who have inferiority complex and self doubt, too ashamed to stand up and claim what is rightfully his and always thinking that the Chinese are cleverer and superior than the Malays and that the Malays will never beat them in anything in life.

    I am proud of being a Malay, this is my ancestors land and I am ready to die to protect it. 1Melayu concept is apt, better than 1Malaysia because the Chinese being Chinese, they dont have any loyalty to Malaysia (remember the issue of the Chinese in the UK from Penang and Melaka who want to obtain British citizenship by virtue of being British Overseas citizens? that clearly demonstate how flexible and untrustworthy the Chinese are,

    1. Malays was never being raciest, the Chinese knows that and that why the Chinese are taking full advantage of it, of their weakness.

      If the Malay are raciest, would the Chinese be able to be Chinese in Malaysia?.

      1. ‘remember the issue of the Chinese in the UK from Penang and Melaka who want to obtain British citizenship by virtue of being British Overseas citizens?’

        That was a classic case of Cina Malaysia, how could we pass that!

        ‘Less than 5% Malays understand Mandarin. and that is why he never get to know all the racist things that have been hurled at the Malays in the MCA, Gerakan and DAP general assemblies.’

        And at the kedai kopi, kedai runcit, dalam lrt, dalam lif, dekat chawan dsb. Nasib baik tak berapa paham, kalau lama dah faham sure parang sudah lama terbang!

        Helen betul tak?

        1. re: “Helen betul tak?”

          Yang orang Cina merungut tu perkara biasa lah. Dah berpuluh tahun diluahkan ketidakpuasan kami, contohnya terhadap DEB, kemasukan universiti, kerja gomen, peluang berniaga/kontrak, dsb. Ini bukan rahsia dan orang Melayu pun bukannya tak tahu.

          Yang orang Melayu masih tidak sedar dan belum faham-faham ialah ancaman evangelista dan betapa kuatnya jaringan sosial mereka terutamanya mel berantai (chain mail), kumpulan tertutup Facebook, protected tweets, The J-Star, The Herald, risalah/buletin gereja, forum, khutbah, dsb.

          Cuba teka mengapa DAP mahu melambung Hannah-Evangelista begitu tinggi dengan begitu cepat sekali? Dengan pengikut Twwitter seramai 85,000 orang itu, Hannah sudah boleh diibaratkan a one-woman media machine.

          Tengok pada gaya media sosial mereka dan kaedah soalan WWJD itu? Rujuk, https://helenang.wordpress.com/2013/12/05/the-overweaning-presumption-of-the-evangelistas/

          Mereka belajar daripada omputeh yang sudah jauh ke depan dalam menggunapakai taktik dan teknik perang saraf yang terbukti berkesan.

          1. Itu Najib sama itu anak Ong pun tak boleh pandai lagi daripada itu DAP ka?

            Itu very the talentcorp one, itu anak, apasal masih losing the war?

        2. Racist rant by Malaysian Chinese in elevator.. happened to my half Chinese-Malay friend who was on a lift with other two Malays when two apek came in and said foul thing about them in Hokkien my friend fucked them back in Hokkien and they terpusu pusu lari.. if many Malays understand.. the Cina will be like those two apek.. terpusu pusu run away like cowards.

          1. re: “said foul thing about them in Hokkien”

            It’s the social climate propagated by the Christian DAP.

            Foul things are also said about Chinese by Malays … even in this blog which I let pass uncensored. It’s Umno’s fault, this climate.

            Both parties are responsible because the coming showdown is Umno vs DAP.

              1. Just came back from an event at Chin Woo Stadium, one Cina makcik tak puas hati and tegur budak-budak Melayu pasal sampah. The event starts at 10am and the particular budak-budak Melayu was not the one to blame for the sampah in the first.

                The Cina makcik nampaknya memang dah lama nak ajar the stupid Malay boys!

                1. The display of public aggression by the Ah Soh and her ilk, in enough numbers (incidents), will have repercussions.

                  1. The Malay boys, buat bodo, nobody answered her, despite her wrongly guided ketidakpuasaan hati.

                    Apparently, my take is that she obviously had some issues.

                    Just like some Cina Dapsters attacking the Hitams amongst us as Banglas and verbally abused and bullied them.

                    Underlining it all, these teenagers, the one with a kawan Cina, India and Serani may have been spared by her racist motives. Soon enough ‘The display of public aggression by the Ah Soh and her ilk, in enough numbers (incidents)’, will gets to them. So camne nak bantu race relations?

                    Datuk Ong boleh bagi consultancy tak, me Melayu maa, tak berapa talentcorp!

    2. The infiltration of Wahhabism/Salafism into Malay culture especially after WW II, has fractured the traditional Malay Muslim consciousness and introduced schismatic elements into the Islam of the classical Malay ulama of Nusantara.

      It’s hard to sloganize for “1Melayu” even with the most sincere of intentions, without recognizing the need for revivifying our ancient understanding of the religion, at a time when the Malay liberals are also hell bent in their campaign to secure a “secular-version” of revisionist Islam.

      Sheikh Hamza interviews the Islamic philosopher, par excellence Prof. Syed Muhammad Naquib Al-Attas: [YouTube]

  2. Helen,

    People like Bujal will receive the highest of accolodes for bashing Malays.

    I often said to those fond of accusing UMNO (meaning Malays in general) as racist to remember that at height of its power, UMNO never neglect, ignore or punish the non Malays.

    Again as I said earlier, if being cruel is the intention, UMNO had plenty of time to do so. It may sound arrogant but seriously which political party that can match UMNO’s might.

    The truth is that almost entire Chinese community rejected UMNO due to racial reason, It is OK. But UMNO still rules the country.

    Najib may want to sound pleasant. But reality on the ground is that almost all Malays whom I met said they do not trust Chinese anymore.

    1. re: “But reality on the ground is that almost all Malays whom I met said they do not trust Chinese anymore.”

      You must go meet Bujai then, Shamshul.

      1. helen,

        Yup. Almost all Malays whom i met do not trust the chinese. but as their “anger” towards UMNO is much deeper than their distrust towards Chinese, they are willing to support DAP.

        And Bujal fits the bill perfectly.

  3. Kenapa orang-orang macam ni selalu bangkitkan pasal perlembagaan tapi hanya ambil bahagian-bahagian yang ikut sedap hati atau ikut keperluan diorang sahaja bila keadaan memerlukan.

    Sibuk nak cakap pasal perlembagaan konon tapi perlembagaan yang lain-lain pasal hak istimewa orang melayu semua nak sondol atas nama ‘liberalilasi’ dan ‘hak asasi’.

    Orang macam ni mangkuk dia berhayun kuat sangat.

    Sudahlah, orang melayu dah meluat nak baca benda-benda konon nak merasionalkan tindakan diorang.

    1. Urb “Sudahlah, orang melayu dah meluat nak baca benda-benda konon nak merasionalkan tindakan diorang”.

      Jgn mrk2 ni silap canang dpn og x kenal. Nanti malu dpt sakit pun dpt. (sedang menunggu tikanya)

    2. Hence I concur Bujai is indeed a Malay pet animal of the DAP, to call him a prostitute of DAP would make him too human.

      The Malays are being blamed racist for not speaking languages of a foreign countries when they have their own language, lambasted for calling for a united 1Melayu while Chinese chauvinisme reigns within Dong Zhong, blamed as insular whereas it was the Malays who voted the Alliance that allowed 2 million transient immigrant to instantly become citizens and accepted them as part of the nation building process at the same time compromising on the social contract.

      Bujai does not use the brain to write that article nor has he any understanding of the social politics of Malaysia which has been shaped by the generousity of the Malays who were willing to share their tanah air with the Chinese and Tamils abandoned by the vile British empire.

      I am so sick to have a Malay like Bujai.

  4. Thanks a million Helen for directing Bujai’s well crafted article on the negative attributes of some UMNO heroes who had openly criticised our Malaysian Chinese who certainly have the right of abode.

    The present community of Chinese in the low income and middle income group and the Gen Y were born and bred in this land of Malaysia Boleh. Like the Malays, they have the abode of residence and it’s unreasonable to lament the Chinese as pendatang or immigrants into this country.

    Bujai seems to be sympathetic to the Chinese and thus his noble thoughts are commendable. UMNO extremists should not caste a notion of unwelcome attitude towards this contribution of all Malaysians, which was built on the strong foundation of the people’s unity and confidence among the various races.

    I agree today that some of the lowly mentality of the UMNO Malays are more racist than the Chinese and Indians in this country. So only the Malays should show their anti Chinese or anti Indian feelings, but if DAP and other Chinese and Indian based parties, condemned the Malays being racist, they are upset and start to instigate this and that as well as to boycott the buying of goods from Chinese shops and businesses.

    Sad to say that, the polarisation of our various races and community have worsen today because our leaders are not firm enough to attack head on and disciplined those who are racist and will be held responsible, if another May 13th incidents reappear in our society.

    In conclusion, after almost 57 years of our independence, we are still talking about being a Chinese pendatang, Indian pendatang except that the Malays are the ketuanan of this country!

    There are already wide discrimination for the past few decades on every citizen who are non Malays or bumiputras in a lot of sectors of the social economic structure. Truly said by the men in the street, everything for Malays, quotas, discounts, etc and how on earth will the others survive, if this barricade should continue for the next 50 years!

    Corruptions and abuses of power by the government and the enforcement agencies, including the Police, Immigrations, Customs and a score of other law enforcers in the DBKL, MBBJ, local councils, etc are the result of financial greed and easy monies floating around. Only those who are in the related industries will be able to expose such wrongs doings, but will the not so law abiding citizens, especially the Chinese dare to report such cases to their superior officers, as most of them are subordinate junior officers.

    There is no leadership by example and I believe things will not change even after another 50 years down the road. Halal or no halal who cares, have money talks, no money no talk lah. Now as an UMNO veteran I am puzzled why all those heroes and Mak Cik did not bring such relevant negative issues in their debates yesterday and today.

    Money is flying around in our border crossings, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines. Are the authorities blinded by what’s actually happening at the borders with alarming smuggling activities. Arrests every now and then yes true but only samplings for make believe!

    PAU always debate Islam, economy and education in the PAU every year. These issues are only academics as our implementation and SOP are very weak and full of loopholes. We should not deny that our education system has failed miserably as we can’t even speak and write good and proper English and Bahasa Malaysia.

    Bujai got a point correctly that if the Chinese and Indians took pains to learn BM and speak eloquently as news presenters, court interpreters, etc why can’t the Malays learn Mandarin and Tamil for better interaction between Malaysians? I think senior Education Minister/DPM should clarify and give us a satisfactory answer.

    Lastly but not least, the Unity Consultative Council had been formed recently. I don’t think that such a gap of opinions among the members will bear positive results. I believe and support that MKT UMNO should form their own National Unity Bureau and work with the other Chinese and Indian based parties how to handle the sensitivities of our people in order to truly unite the people as 1Malaysian and not the stupid idea of 1Melayu, 1Chinese, 1Indian, 1 Kadazan, etc.

    It’s a stupid and unhealthy idea to promote race segregation. Kudus to Jailani Harun or Bujai, a truly Malaysian of one kind only and not to insult the Chinese and others whose forefathers have contributed to the success of this country in the last 100 years or beyond.

    1. re: “Truly said by the men in the street, everything for Malays, quotas, discounts, etc and how on earth will the others survive, if this barricade should continue for the next 50 years!”

      We continue to live parallel lives in parallel societies with different spheres of working places, schools, colleges, eateries, houses of worship, and separate but overlapping economies (?)

      I end the sentence with a question mark so as to solicit your views, Datuk, since you’ve eaten more salt than I have rice. Thank you.

      1. See Helen, who says Malays are racist, the fact that an UMNO veteran Cina bashing the lowclass Melayu got nothing smart or useful to talk about (keyword-heroes and Mak Cik), time and again, like any Malaysian Cina does, while his anak, a Cina UMNO be paid zillions and laughing all the way to the bank.

        Datuk Ong, since I don’t do ‘just read’, so I wanna ask you instead, ‘Bujai got a point correctly that if the Chinese and Indians took pains to learn BM and speak eloquently as news presenters, court interpreters, etc’, betul ke nih?

        The last time I checked (your BM commentaries iin this blog), as an UMNO veteran, your BM also tidak sefasih mana!

        Anak Datuk BM dia better kut?

        Please lah Datuk, UMNO despite being multi ethnic, you and your anak antara contoh terbaik is a Malay party, thus why not 1Melayu?

        After all, you, and other Bumis in UMNO are Malays (you did stressed on it, the last time you were here, before you’ve gone AWOL, for a while back) from the what was known then, Malay Archipelago. As a veteran, mungkin Datuk dah lupa kut?

        The Malay Archipelago refers to the archipelago between mainland Southeastern Asia and Australia. The name was derived from a nineteenth century concept of a Malay race.[2]

        ‘It has also been called the Indo-Australian Archipelago, East Indies, Indonesian Archipelago, and other names over time. The term is largely synonymous with Maritime Southeast Asia. Situated between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, the group of over 25,000 islands is the largest archipelago by area, and fourth by number of islands in the world. It includes Indonesia, the Philippines, Brunei, East Malaysia and East Timor.[4] The island of New Guinea or islands of Papua New Guinea are not always included in definitions of the Malay Archipelago.

        The term was derived from the concept of a Malay race,[2] which included the peoples of the modern-day nations of Indonesia (excluding western New Guinea), Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, East Timor and the Philippines. The racial concept was proposed by European explorers based on their observations of the influence of the ethnic Malay empire (Indonesia), Srivijaya.[6]

        The 19th century naturalist Alfred Wallace used the term “Malay Archipelago” as the title of his influential book documenting his studies in the region. Wallace also referred to the area as the “Indian Archipelago” and the “Indo-Australian” Archipelago.[7] He included within the region the Solomon Islands and the Malay Peninsula due to physiographic similarities.[7] As Wallace noted,[8] there are arguments for excluding Papua New Guinea for cultural and geographical reasons: Papua New Guinea is culturally quite different from the other countries in the region, and the island of New Guinea itself is geologically not part of the continent of Asia, as the islands of the Sunda Shelf are (see Australia).’

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malay_Archipelago

        Datuk BTW you can download buku Alfred Wallace on pdf, FOC. I did.

      2. Helen,

        They say everything comes in package. So we have quota for Malay/Bumiputera. And we also have a unique phenomenon unheard in other parts on this planet: separate school system

        And we too have “mandarin is preferred”, a situation that no other countries would want to accept.

        “why cant Malays learn Mandarin and tamil…..”. Nobody is stopping Malays to learn other languages. the right question to ask is why cant Chinese accept reality that this is not China. and the language of communication or in officialdom is Malay. just like the language of communication in Spain is Spanish.

        Why cant Chinese study in one school under one roof with other races?

        The reason why the word ‘pendatang’ keep reappearing is very easy to understand. A sizable section of Chinese behave like “pendatang’. It does not help when many Chinese politicians take racial views on Malay/Islam.

        1. re: “Why cant Chinese study in one school under one roof with other races?”

          B’cos you all wanna slaughter cow in school compound.

        2. Don’t believe in English, eh?

          No problem, beb. That just leaves more job opportunities in MNCs and more business opportunities for us who believe that fluency in English is a must.

          Of course, you can always fall back on quotas and subsidies.

          But try to impose hiring quotas on MNCs investing in Malaysia….go on, brudder, do try it.

          I am sure that the gahmen will be most interested in the results therefrom!

        3. “Why cant Chinese study in one school under one roof with other races?”

          A lot of them actually did. And they are now PR supporters. And they are sending their kids to vernacular schools.

    2. Dear M-Ong, easier if i just address you as Monk, since you have similarity not physically or bald alikeness (which I’m not sure) but because of your approach of peace. Let me tell you what this barricade as you implied is helping your people (Malays).

      I work in a housing development, an everytime there’s a launching for a single storey terrace, there would be queue even 1 week prior to the launching. And who are the one queuing? Banglas, chinese, east malay, and who pay them to queue? You answered correctly, the chinese.

      Thank God for the Bumi quota, if not where do you think us malays would live in the urban areas? Or would you prefer seeing us malays live in? slums/ setinggan, low cost flat? You do realize right that now the urban malay dwellers are outnumbering the rural malays. Where do you think all those malays who work in the urban areas like picking up your trash, washing your car, where do you think they stay? You think they’re riding their ex5 in the morning to the city to work and go back to the rural areas. Your comment is demeaning!

      I’m trilingual, english, malay, madarin (verbal only). Thus I tend to have more chinese friends, and since i tend to stand out from “Norm malays” they would say things like ” ***z you’re not like other malays ah” They think of it as a compliment but it’s insulting thinking back, because their mind have been programme such that malays are lazy, fit to only pick up your trash or wash your car, and when they see a successful malay; it’s either Umno crony, corruption, Bumi privilege, but out here there are many malays who strive and make a fortune on their own, without the govt help, facebook millionaire and etc!

      And when they encounter people like me, who can speak mandarin they would then speak Hokkien or cantonese to bitch behind our back. I regretted not learning Hokkien cause when i grew up in Spore, only old people or youngster who are in secret society know hokkien and their hokkien started like this “Na Bui….” (Your father!) thus the only hokkien i know is numbers and “Uniya Bo” (Biar betul) or “Tio Bo” ( betul tak).

      I accept that my fellow indian, chinese friends are not immigrant cause they are born here, but I hate it when they try to rewrite history, questionin about “Chin Peng”? And mr Monk, what the hell are you smoking if you agree with this “Berpandukan Perlembagaanlah maka Melayu harus menerima hakikat bahawa Malaysia bukan lagi Tanah Melayu atau Malaya. Tidak ada ‘tuan’ yang lebih berkuasa di negara ini selain semangat bertuankan kerjasama dan kesepakatan antara kaum.”

      I applaud islam1st, just wanna add, Malays have been the dweller of the Malay archipelago even since the Kingdom of Langkasuka since the 2nd century AD/ CE(for non believer) At that time Malays were animism, we worship spirit/ semangat.

      Meritocracy, Thank God for the Bumi privilege, because meritocracy is underated, just look at spore http://www.transitioning.org/2010/10/19/race-bias-discriminatory-hiring-practices-exist-in-singapore/ after nearly 50 years of independence and meritocracy, or Mr Monk you prefer to see us Malays to live in mediocre be your gardener or serve you coffee, and since now the chinese are well verse in islam, that they dare to teach us regarding our religion, perhaps when you die, you can ask the chinese to help you with your funeral; the bright side, they can burn you a car and mistress.

      Yes I’m a malay racist if it means standing up to the right for my people, the native dwellers of this land, and yes i’m a malay racist if that’s what it takes from other to rewrite history about my birthright land,

      Ps: Bro-Monk, wanna JV and open up a petrol station in the underworld/ hell , since you’ve got alot of chinese friends? 70 – 30?

      1. Terima Kasih, apparently, years ago, I was being told that me, a Penang Malay, probably because of my cakap omputih, is different than most Malays by a Cina Manager, years ago.

        Classic case of a Cina tries to redefine my own bangsa for me. Apparently he knows a better Malay than the lousy ones. Teringat sampai sekarang!

        P30SLG, nampaknya perjuangan masih panjang. Incidentally I met a Fijian yesterday. He told me that the similarities we had as a bangsa.

        Nyamuk is Nyamu

        Telinga is Delinga

        Ikan is Ika

        and a lot more. I’m currently reading the Malay Archipelago, a rich Datuk with a super rich anak, need not!

    3. What contribution are you talking about? They dug the soil, take away the ore, leave the big holes gaping. If they had not come then, we ‘d still have our tin ore. They only contributed to their own ‘periuk nasi’: Whose property did they rob? contribution? yawn!!!

  5. Bujai ni saorang bleeding heart liberal dan pseudo-Melayu yang tak faham faham apa itu konsep Bangsa Melayu di dalam kontek multi-racial Malaysia. Pada dahulu kala lagi saya memang tak secocok dengan pendapat beliau!

    Helen kita bukan benci Cina tetapi kita persoalkan Apa Lagi Kaum Cina Mau, salepas 99 % kaum Cina-Malaysia menyokong pembangkang Cina Chauvinis DAP! Itu saja. Sekian Helen may you have a good one.

      1. 5 out of 15 petronas board of directors are Chinese.. itu pun tak puas.. the Chinese hanya puas hati bile melayu dah jadi kasut.

        1. Five out of the Petronas board are non-Malays. Not all of the five are Chinese.

          And in any case, Mohd Omar Mustapha is a Muslim and likely a bumiputera.

          1. Helen,

            Can a Chinese Muslim convert become a Bumi? I ask this question because my former colleague, a Chinese convert (after marrying her Malay husband) could not invest in ASB as she is not a Bumi.

            1. Datuk Mustapha Ong said he is a veteran Umno member. Unless I’m mistaken, the party constitution stipulates that members must be bumiputera but does not exclude Christian bumiputera.

            2. Aku melayu,

              The line is blurry here.

              One can change religion but not the race. So, Dr Ridhuan tee (as an example) is still a Chinese although he defends the Malay Muslim community more religiously than some UMNO or PAS members.

              But should he apply to join UMNO (hypothetical only), he will receive no objection. And I believe that Malay community has no problem should (example) Yang DiPertuan Agung appoints him as a Yang Dipertua Negeri.

              This is due to the fact that he is “saudara seugama’ although he is not a Malay.

              1. I actually like him and agree with most of his writing. He, like Helen are hated by some Cina (maybe most Cina) because he speaks the truth and exposes their sikap buruk. He had never claimed that he was a Melayu contoh. He insists on his kecinaan, unlike some ahli UMNO. And yet, to this veteran, UMNO members are most racist of all full of misguided ‘heroes and Mak Cik’.

                A Malay if eternally BODO!

                A thinking Malay is the low class one!

                A speaking Malay (of his mind, that is) is a racist one!

                Kesiaan…

                1. re: “A thinking Malay is the low class one!”

                  No lah, those colour-blind evangelistas are not being race specific when they label “low class”.

                  Hannah Yeoh called the (now) Gerakan Youth chief Tan Keng Liang “low class” also what. Anyone who is able to criticize them intelligently is “low class” in their eyes.

                  1. Well more so if he is the browns, the mat salleh had came to ‘help’ for. The Malays must be low class since they are lazy sakai with half baked credentials living on UMNO hand outs!

    1. Bujai is a friend of KJ and that con-sultan Omar Ong is also a good friend of KJ. And Mustapha Ong who posted the above positive comment on Bujai’s article is Omar Ong’s (the con-sultan) father. Hmmmm………now we know why UMNO top leaders especially the PM are all screwed up!

        1. With our current Malay leaders in UMNO, soon impian DAP akan tercapai! When that happens we cannot put the blame squarely on the Chinese.

          The bulk of the problems are caused by the top Malay leaders themselves especially the PM who is so weak and can be easily blinded and misled by “feel good syndrome” with slogans ‘I love PM’! when in reality the Malays merasa semakin meluat and menyampah dengan tindak tanduk mereka.

          Are they going to wake up from their slumber ever?

          1. Aku Melayu,

            precisely.

            The malays are in such a dire predicament due to their own wrongdoings.

            No doubt about the non stop 24/7 attack by DAP. But the blatant insult to Malay Muslim community is mainly to their perceived weakening political clout.

            It does not help that PAS shouts “assabiyah” everytime UMNO defends the malays.

            And it is a disaster with anwar willing to pawn everything under the sun to be the Prime Minister although the real power is DAP.

            And it never helps that UMNO too is too apologetic to Chinese despite being roundly rejected by the community.

            And Malay community although shouts Islam as the way of life loves “fitnah’.

            No wonder someone said he felt like “terajang” all these Malay politicians (the useless politicians)..

      1. I have noticed this Mustapha Ong.. hence I do jot bother replying to his comment though he is free to spew his garbage.

        Want us to learn Garbage Mandarin for what… this is not China… what a joke.. 5000 years ago the Chinese do not speak Mandarin.. betul x Dong Zhong?

        As for complains about Malay quota and rights.. I’d state it as usual.. it is the Law and constitutional. Just as the transient immigrants were magically turned into Malayan citizens… I don’t see apeks complain despite Brunei have a much super Malay rights which effectively makes the Bruneian Chinese have less rights than a Malaysian Chinese citizens, but then the Malays in Brunei are in full control unlike the Chinese who have economic and now political clout but already mengada ngada.

        Spare me the usual Cina 2nd citizen rants, as long as Chinese actively discriminate against the Malays and non Chinese in the private sector, the Chinese have no right to complain. The fact is Chinese are actively discriminating against qualified Malays which is more shameful, this is no longer the age when Malays tak tau matematik dan fail blaja, MARA graduates rate of graduation is almost 100% as Malay middle class have better education unlike their parents who cannot count in high school.

        We know the Chinese are pissing their pants as the Malay education and competency level rises quickly. Malay dominate sectors, pray which one, if not where did the Chinese billionaires dapat duit if Malays songlap sume projek. lu ingat cina mau keje dengan kerja kerja government dan kontraktor class F? Tu pun nak dengki?

        Even the Seven Sister Petronas that are helmed by marvellous Malays are a source of envy among sour grape Chinese who know they have no right to say that they deserve every position in Petronas which have stringent requirements for its staff.

        To sum up, all this hogwash Cina 2nd class is all tipu, you have as much opportunity and chauvinistic special right which you ironically refuse to let go let alone acknowledge. The Malay rights are not money dumped on the Malays, they are opportunities in the form of scholarships to empower them through education in an environment already dominated by Chinese who will give every reason to deny Malays their right to a good job, a good house and a good livelihood because of Chinese sense of superiority.

        1. forrestcat | Disember 7, 2013 at 12:35 am,

          You are spot-on. There are many such people like Mustapha Ong and Omar Ong either in Najib’s government or as his punahsihat and these people will cause the downfall of UMNO. They are very dangerous as they are the enemies from within or the Malays say ‘musuh dalam selimut’. At least DAP Chinese terang-terang we know they are our enemies.

          Malaysian Chinese keep on harping about their 5000 years of civilization. ONLY THE CRÈME DE LA CRÈME OF THE CHINESE PEOPLE IN CHINA BENEFITED FROM THE SO-CALLED 5000 YEARS OF CIVILIZATION. The Malaysian Chinese were descendants of coolies, gangsters and secret societies and they definitely were not from the upper crust. They even have the cheek to claim our famous warriors Hang Tuah and his friends as being Chinese! And Lim Kit Siang was not the instigator of May 13, 1969 racial riot? Who are they trying to con?

          1. Nasib baik boleh duduk sini, boleh juga makan sedap2, sampai boleh cipta Yee Sang.

            Kalau tak, entahlah, mungkin makan tauhu dengan kicap saja kut?! Sedarlah diri.

            Apa lagi Cina mahu?

    2. Datuk Rusdi,

      Apa lagi Cina mahu?

      Helen dah terangkan. Mereka nak baca ‘talkin” untuk UMNO. Tumbangnya UMNO akan bermakna kuasa politik berpindah pada DAP. Jika ingin merasai “nikmat” hidup dibawah yahudi, silakan pilih DAP.

      Itu yang mereka mahu. Beri apa saja. Mereka ambil. Tetapi bila mengundi pilih DAP.

      Dikawasan majoriti Melayu, mereka sokong PAS sebab PAS ikut telunjuk mereka tak macam UMNO.

      Jadi tak payah susah payah fikir pasal mereka. Dah terang mereka menolak UMNO.

  6. Mustapha Ong,

    Re: ‘Now as an UMNO veteran I am puzzled why all those heroes’

    How on earth you with 100% Chinese DNA can become an UMNO member? I thought UMNO stands for The United Malays National Organisation, (Malay: Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Bersatu. My late grandmother who’s 100% Chinese was rejected although she had been married to my late Malay grandfather for more than 40 years and not having a Chinese surname in her name whilst you with ‘Ong’ surname got accepted. There’s something very wrong there! Is it because your son Omar Ong is Ah Jib Gor’s con-sultan? Was it during Tunku Abdul Rahman’s reign (we know he was a very pro-Chinese guy)?

    The opposition dingbats (DAP Chinese) often condemn Tun Dr Mahathir as being ‘Melayu celup’ when he has 3/4 Malay blood and only 1/4 Indian blood in his veins. And you as well as Christopher Lim aka Zairil Khir Johari claim to be Melayu when your DNA is 100 Chinese! WTF????

  7. 2 things.

    1. What could have driven Malays to be ‘racist’ in their actions as claimed by justread.
    2. Whether another kind of reaction, say a liberal or appeasing approach is supposed to be better, or whether this would set up Malays for an even worse fate, considering the kind of people they are up against.

    Whatever Justread had in mind when posting that, it would not have a good reaction from both sides. Malays would be enraged and insulted seeing another apologist, non Malays would just use it to bash Malays.

  8. I’ve just visited ‘JUST READ’ blog and noticed that all the comments to this related article which were previously published have been deleted. I wonder why? Bujai dah panas punggung. Padan muka. Berani buat berani tanggung!

    And this apek UMNO veteran member Mustapha Ong praises him to high heaven knowing full well how it affects the sensitivity of the Malays (he claims to be an UMNO veteran but is lacking greatly in jiwa Melayu. But how to have a Malay soul when he is not even a Malay to begin with?)

    1. ‘But how to have a Malay soul when he is not even a Malay to begin with?’

      Oh, he had stressed that he and his anak, are ‘guaranteed’ a Melayu by the very Perlembagaan which most Cinas deemed apartheid!

  9. If the melayus dont wake up from their slumber and realise they will loose it all now, then too late. Sedarlah melayu. Jangan biarkan keadaan dimana melayu akan duduk dalam perut cina.

  10. Generalisation is a waste of time IMO. When we talk about a certain race, we need to also specify a specific group. Sweeping statements like “Apa Cina Mau” or “Malays are the most racists”, you can’t expect a definitive answer. It depends on who you ask. There are certain common traits in each community, but values and beliefs differ, and transcends race.

    I’m waiting for the time why people starts to ask, “Apa (insert race) Tak Mau?”. Only then, will we see some hope for this country.

    Contrary to the distrust the Malays have on the Chinese, the Chinese, ironically or naively, placed their trust on the Malays, specifically those from PR, and suffer fools for it. How silly, these Chinese… rejecting a non-racists Malay for a racist Malay… :)

  11. The Chinese (95%) will never stop harping on these issues until they controlled everything. That’s the truth. They are getting bolder because UMNO no longer have balls.

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