Are Chinese giving up on Malaysia?

August 31, 2017 at 10:24 pm 14 comments


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  • 1. Satheesan Raghavan  |  August 31, 2017 at 11:19 pm

    The Chinese have long given up on Malaysia .. Hundreds of thousands have migrated in span of 10-15 years.

    The ones left are tied or have ties in the country. On a smaller scale do have the Indians and a handful of rich Malays.

    I was offered to teach in another country which promised housing and citizenship.

    I was born here and no matter what anyone says this is my country, my home.

    It’s a beautiful country with beautiful people. I do not agree with stupid policies but I was born here.. like the rest and those given the title of bumis. What makes them more bumi than me?

    I was born here and I will die here .. My motherland.

  • 2. Syed Hassan  |  August 31, 2017 at 11:55 pm

    It is not about Bumis it is about religion, Islam. As Malays Islam is number one after which is Malay and Malaysian. Our worries not about losing the Malay rights but it is more of to make sure Islam is protected. It is always the ambition of Malays to give ways not because we tolerate but because we love u.

    • 3. Atheist Speaks  |  September 3, 2017 at 11:15 pm

      When it comes to religion, less is always better. The more religious a society, the more dangerous. Choose wisely

      • 4. AE  |  September 4, 2017 at 5:40 pm

        dangerous to godless immoral people u mean? yes, we are. atheist are actually people in denial, with loose morality who couldn’t find a god that didn’t require human sacrifice to call their own. so to deny their shortcomings they argued that god do not exist so they can look themselves in the mirror every morning feeling superior than others when actually all their philosophies and belief is actually copied from other religion in bit and pieces and rooted with the antithesis of deity . Just be honest with yourself on why you become an atheist in the first place? there must be some sin you want to protect or you want to keep doing which is counter to whatever your parent beliefs are. so i conclude that all atheist are just bad seeds. even the good ones is just a show and damaged in some way. so keep your “fahaman” to yourselves before you get persecuted by us lowly believer. just a friendly reminder. by the way does your I/C reflect that you are an atheist? well.. if it does not than it is not a thing.

        • 5. Formerly Known as FHAAHD  |  September 6, 2017 at 7:04 am

          Immoral? I like to know what’s your definition of immorality? A govt known for its corruption, racism and cronyism you support, but a girl who professes no religion and chooses to wear a revealing outfit is immoral according to you. What flawed logic you fundamentalists have.

          They are a lot better than the so called God fearing people from your religion. They are definitely less hypocritical. Stats don’t lie, AE. The top ten most peaceful nations on the planet are countries where atheism is widespread, while the bottom ten are dominated by you guessed it, Islamic nations. Try worming your way out of this.

        • 6. Atheist Speaks  |  September 6, 2017 at 12:45 pm

          Ok, you got me. You want to know what “sins” I’ve been hiding, Fine.

          I consume non-halal food, I consume alcohol (occasionally), I don’t fast during Ramadhan, I don’t pray 5 times a day, I don’t observe Friday prayers. Sounds like the “sins” every non-muslim is committing… haha

          You see AE your so-called “sins” coming from your religious laws only applies to you. Because you are muslim. It cannot be applied to non-muslims because we don’t share your beliefs.

          Do you chant prayers in a Buddhist temple during Wesak day? Of course not, you are not a Buddhist. Likewise don’t expect Buddhists to fast during Ramadhan, they are not muslims and there is nothing you can do about it.

          Refer to Article 11 of the Federal Constitution if you still don’t understand

        • 7. Surrhead  |  September 6, 2017 at 5:39 pm

          There are many a times i find religious people to be horrible and sickening……and i think the religious people has these false security, and that they can condemn anyone and everyone who’s not with them……..i am baffled with the theory that someone becomes atheist cos the person has a “sin” to protect…..

          • 8. Formerly Known as FHAAHD  |  September 6, 2017 at 10:25 pm

            The religious guy has threatened to persecute the atheist for having a different point of view and in the same rant has the nerve to label atheists as immoral.Oh the irony.

            • 9. Satheesan Raghavan  |  September 7, 2017 at 1:30 am

              I just was betrayed by a religious church goer.. Whose religion is his world. Marriage counselor and these people hold public fairs to collect money.. Which is okay.

              We were good friends.. But I never knew that he spoke bad mouthed me behind my back and broke my relationship with family members and other close friends.

              I personally say and have always said that if ANY religion proclaims that THEIRS is the true God .. To hell with them and their religion. Herein lies “holier than thou” attitude.

              Hinduism and Buddhism do not state that. I respect these two ways of life.

      • 10. metabalance  |  September 10, 2017 at 7:52 am

        Malaysian chineses will never give up on the country, and so do Malaysian atheists who subscribe your ideology – they will never give up on finding blame on the believers. To correct your statement, it is extremism in religion/freedom that is dangerous. All the bad apples and personal examples you and your ilk try to use and manipulate belong to the latter. Continue spewing your words and hatred, they will haunt you back. Choose wisely – take your own prescription.

  • 11. ahmadalikarim  |  September 1, 2017 at 10:16 pm

    Dear Aunty Helen,
    Liow Tiong Lai must have forgotten the words said by the forefather’s of MCA, Tun Tan Siew Sin.
    It’s time for us including the leaders of MCA to look back at the history of Tanah Melayu. I’m sure Liow Tiong Lai can learn a lot from Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim, I learn a lot from him too.

    • 12. HY  |  September 4, 2017 at 9:51 am

      y the malay dun give citizenship to rohingya? they r no more generous kah?

      • 13. AE  |  September 4, 2017 at 5:51 pm

        we are waiting for Myanmar to offer you “non malay speaking” Malaysian chinese the arakan region. once you all are settled in comfortably, we will give them citizenship la. might make it a proper calendar holiday some more.

        funny thing, i never met a Malaysian Indian that could not speak fluent malay, Never! but chinese….Everyday! So HY quickly get flight tickets and head on to the Myanmar Embassy. LAND GRAB TIME!

  • 14. Mulan  |  September 6, 2017 at 5:12 pm

    I find Felixia Yeap now Raisyyah Yeap more fascinating as a Muslim rather than when she was a non Muslim. She has brought the niqab to a new level of glam.


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