Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin said: “In ten years, there will be millions of them [Rohingya] here, is that fair?”
Speaking to Channel News Asia (CNA), Hamzah added: “I don’t think it’s fair to our own country”.
CNA, a Singapore TV channel owned by Mediacorp – the island state’s national media network – aired the clip featuring Hamzah below.
Hamzah’s interview with CNA was aired in a short news item titled ‘Rohingya refugees in Malaysia living under cloud of uncertainty amid COVID-19’, which was uploaded to You Tube (below) two days ago.
Hamzah also said: “I have to make sure we have to stop somewhere”, referring to actions taken by Malaysian authorities in blocking further illegal entry by the Rohingya.
In the meantime, the demonizing of ordinary Malaysians by the wokerati continues unabated.
Quoting “analysts” but featuring on record only one so-called ‘analyst’, i.e. an ex-Star and SCMP reporter who was investigated by Malaysian police in May 2020 for her migrant rhetoric, CNA intoned in a voiceover: “Analysts say this groundswell of hate, xenophobia and racism [against Rohingya] must stop” — see screengrab below.
Despite Makcik Kiah and Pakcik Salleh themselves being under stress due to the pandemic, our Malaysia B40 group most affected by Rohingya settlements in their midst are still being branded as haters, xenophobes and racists.
It is this relentless smearing of ordinary Malaysians which must stop.