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Thursday, July 10, 2008

UMNO's Latest Psy-War Materials Exposed


(NOTE: This is an email i received from a reader exposing the latest brain washing tricks deployed by UMNO's apparatus called Biro Tatanegara(BTN). Mind you BTN is 100% funded by tax payer's money)

Biro Tatanegara
. Does it ring a bell? Government propaganda or honest student development programme? For those who aren't aware of it, Biro Tatanegara or BTN for short is under the Jabatan Perdana Menteri and it has several modules which all public university students have to attend in the name of "Student Development". On the 6th of July 2008 in UiTM Shah Alam, there were three separate talks being held under BTN with the first one being titled "Pendidikan", second one titled "Ancaman Keselamatan Negara" and the third one titled, "Patriotisma". Smell anything funny yet? No? Read on. You won't even have to smell it after you are done reading this. It'll be stuffed down your throat.

I would like to only focus on the first speaker, Dr. Idris bin Md. Noor. He was supposed to talk about education as that was the title of his speech, but the content was far different. He first went on with the usual introductions but in less than a few minutes, he suddenly touched on the forum on the discussion of social contract in Malaysia that the BAR council organized. He criticized it with all his heart, saying no one should discuss about it as it is unquestionable. Fair enough, I thought at first. Freedom of speech right? But what if he suddenly accuses the "Malay" speaker in the forum, which I'm guessing is Farish A. Noor, as a traitor to the Malay race as a whole? And while he was browsing through his files on the laptop which was projected on the big screen, it was no surprise for me that I saw files entitled "Ketuanan Melayu". He also then went on about the Malay's obsession with magic and ghosts, he said that it is all wrong beliefs through the perspective of Islam because if they really could use magic and other dark arts for fighting, then they should kill Karpal Singh with it.

There are so many quotable sentences, if only I could remember it all. He even said, "Kalau ular dengan India depan mata, ketuk India dulu." He then started to become more impassioned in his speech towards the end, like someone campaigning for a political seat yet failed, and resorted to a multi-purpose hall with bumiputra students. He said so many atrocious things that I will list them down in point form.

-Explained how the Malays aren't racist but others are racist towards us.
-Bangsa Malaysia does not exist, neither does Malaysian Chinese and Indians, only in the strict Malay, Chinese and Indians. (Interestingly, behind a booklet provided to us, one of the objectives of the programme is to produce a -"Bangsa Malaysia". Obviously, he was ignorant).
-Bahasa Malaysia does not exist, it is Bahasa Melayu.
-Nothing wrong with waving the Keris.
-Bumiputra hanya 55% di Malaysia, give birth more people!
-The University and Colleges Act was partly made to ensure a Malay Vice-Chancellor in Universities which should be the way.
-Blogs are "berdosa" or sinful.
-Christians will not like Muslims.

But that isn't even the best part. The best part is, he showed a short film on the
dangers of Zionism and the illegal occupation of Palestine which was probably the only part of the speech I agreed with and I thought to myself this could be the only fact of the speech but surprise, surprise, at the end of the film, there was a montage of so-called Zionist supporters with the pictures of Anwar Ibrahim, Tian Chua, Teresa Kok, Hishamuddin Rais and Ezam Md. Nor. Then a question popped up in my head. Is Ezam still a Zionist supporter since he is in UMNO now? Does that mean the government has a Zionist supporter as well as the opposition? And expectedly, the speaker was being more anti-semitic than anti-zionist. He even explained how the Pakatan Rakyat ruled states are all going down the drain and he says, "this is what you get if you vote for the opposition!" He criticized Anwar Ibrahim and his colleagues so much along with Pakatan Rakyat while being completely oblivious towards Barisan Nasional's mistakes. As if they have perfect policies.

This was supposed to be a speech touching on education and look how it ended up. It did not even smell anything of education. It was a speech that was not meant for national unity at all. How could it be when you spread hate? I could only sit and ponder quietly while all this was happening. But the speech was not the saddest part. The saddest part was that the majority of students in the hall were cheering him on. I will type out part of the lyrics that were supplied to us, entitled, "Warisan".

Anak Kecil main api
Terbakar hatinya yang sepi
Air mata darah bercampur keringat
Bumi dipijak milik orang

Nenek moyang kaya raya
Tergadai seluruh harta benda
Akibat engketa sesamalah kita
Cinta lenyap di arus zaman ini

Indahnya bumi kita ini
Warisan berkurun lamanya
Hasil mengalir ke tangan yang lain
Pribumi merintih sendiri

Melayukan gagah di nusantara.


Who were those words referring to? Foreign powers or non-malays?

Perfect welcome to the new intake of University Students. Please spread this to others. People need to know.

I know you should.

written by A Worried Student,
06.07.2008

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60 comments:

Serious Shepherd said...

The following is the full lyric of the song Warisan (the italic ones are what I think may have gone missing):

Anak kecil main api,
Terbakar hatinya yang sepi,
Air mata darah bercampur keringat,
Bumi dipijak milik orang.

Nenek moyang kaya raya,
Tergadai seluruh harta benda,
Akibat sengketa sesamalah kita,
Cinta lenyap di arus zaman.

Indahnya bumi kita ini,
Warisan berkurun lamanya,
Hasil mengalir ke tangan yang lain,
Peribumi merintih sendiri.

Kita rumpun bangsa Melayu,
Menganut agama yang suci,
Semangat bangsa berlandaskan Islam,
Teras capai kemerdekaan.

Masa depan sungguh kelam,
Kan lenyap peristiwa semalam,
Tertutuplah hati terkunci mati,
Maruah peribadi dah hilang.


Dari masa hingga masa
Petualang menghancurkan bangsa
Alatkan agama demi peribadi
Pupus kita di bumi Ilahi


Kini kita hanya tinggal kuasa,
Yang akan menentukan bangsa,
Bersatulah hati, bersama berbakti,
Pulih kembali harga diri.

Kita sudah tiada masa,
Bangunlah dengan gagah perkasa,
Janganlah terlalai teruskan usaha,
Melayu kan gagah di nusantara


Also, I found the mp3 version of the song here, esp. for those who never heard about the song bcos never been sent to BTN or sang another song at school. However, I still can't figure out how to download the song.

Anonymous said...

IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET A FULL RECORDING OF THE SPEECH OR RECORDINGS, let us show the public and expose these snakes amongst us who tell the other races they will take care of them when they need the votes and on the quiet they try to indirectly sabotage or worse still incite racial hatred, lets expose them. expose these frauds. if you have recordings like the lingamgate put it on youtube and expose this insidious plot to destroy malaysia

Anonymous said...

Aiyah, not new and they have been doing this for the past 30 years la! When I was in boarding school (sek asrama penuh), the ustaz will start his anti-Christian morning sermon with swearings against the 'paderi-paderi keparat'! Anti-Zionists, anti-Christians, anti-Chinese and anti-Indians! How to build a Malaysia for Malaysians when this is what they really want to cultivate?? I think all of us who went to school in Malaysia knows this already.

Why waste money with NS? Ah, but NS is to fulfil the gravy train, so that's another story!

Anonymous said...

I feel sorry for Dr. Idris bin Md. Noor. He may have a Ph.D. but he's still living under a coconut shell. There is so much that is wrong with our educational system and the way we teach our children - Malaysia's future. In many ways, the government's policies amount to cheating, literally cheating, our children of the best education possible and therefore of enabling them to realise their full potential. Yet, Dr. Idris bin Md. Noor chooses to ramble on about "ketuanan Melayu". Doesn't this man know what's going on in the global information economy? Doesn't he realise that the rest of the world is passing us by and leaving Malaysia behind? Perhaps his Ph.D. really stands for Permanent Head Damage!

The world is passing us by precisely because of people like him who cannot see anything beyond race and religion. I bet you he's never even questioned his own beliefs. We can't expect anything more from a man who has never even thought to question and challenge his own basic beliefs, and this is exactly the kind of person that Dr. Idris bin Md. Noor is.

On second thought, I feel deeply sorry for our children that they are compelled to listen to the likes of Dr. Idris bin Md. Noor. At the same time, I have confidence in our children that they are smarter and more critical than Dr. Idris bin Md. Noor. Thank God for the innate intelligence that He has endowed our children with.

I hope the Ministry of Higher Education is taking note of your report. If it does not take appropriate measures to retool Dr. Idris bin Md. Noor, the Ministry would be seen as condoning his position. Then again, since Dr. Idris is suffering from permanent head damage, I fear there is nothing much that one can do to retool him.

Khalid Hishamudin

Anonymous said...

Inilah Allah SWT kasi ilmu tapi tak tahu menilai yg mana permata yg mana kaca. Sanggup buat jahat atas arahan dan tugas. Tidak takut mati ke?

Anonymous said...

INILAH YANG DIKATAKAN,CENDAWAN KIAN MELAYU.INTELEKTROVOTA MELAYU,HASIL KELUARAN BAKA BARU DEB-SEPERTIMANA KEHENDAK ORANG PANDAI-PANDAI DALAM DUNIA SANUSI JUNID-20 TAHUN DULU DIA MAU TENGOK 10,000 MELAYU PHD HOLDER-ORANG MACAM dr.IDRIS NOH DAN TAN SRI ABD.RAHMAN ARSHAD-vc uitm(mengenai kuota biasiswa jpa)cuba bayangkan orang maca ini semasa dia jadi guru,pengarah pelajaran dan ketua pengarah pelajaran-apakah dasar mereka lakukan terhadap murid bukan melayu.inikut yang dikatakan islam.bagus dan cerah masa depan malaysia.

Anonymous said...

my lecturer once told me that eventhough he was angry with the indians and chinese for being in this country, he still accepted us therefore he was not a racist person.

Anonymous said...

Its really sad when I read what was posted about the work done by these BTN people. I've read about them in some other posts but this one really alarms me as it really gave elaborate examples of what was actually being told to the participants, who I understand are either mainly Malay students or government servants.

If what is posted is true, the PM's Dept or the Higher Educ Ministry must take immediate and drastic action either against the lecturer or to thoroughly review or axe the whole BTN program. Never forget the BTM and the lecturers employed by them are paid from Malaysian taxpayers of all races. To indoctrinate and to incite our young Malay brethens against Malaysians of other races is not only immoral but a sin (dosa) from whatever religious teachings.

As someone here pointed out here, with these types of BTN courses, what's the point of having the NS programs ? Make it seems like this government deliberately spends millions of rakyat's money to disunite them. What an irony and a joke. Can some uprighteous politicians take this matter up in Parliament before more damage is done to the unity of our nation. Where's the National Unity Department ? Don't they monitor these courses ? Are they sleeping ? Do something before quick before more damage is done to the unity of this country.

purist said...

Malaysian,

I would call upon the student who wrote this, please lodge a police report on this. If you are afraid because you are still a student, shoot an email to Pakatan Rakyat's MP or to Uncle LIM.

This is very serious and we can safely call this an act of treachery to the nation.

We have to take action now. Forget the last 30 years. It now that matters.

Uncle Lim, please do something about this.

Anonymous said...

the song is here:
http://mp3dl.co.cc/download/ace1492e-9059-4227-821c-03967b8fe56f/1215706580537.html

Anonymous said...

Whats wrong with the song?

fie the elf said...

yeah i have friends who told me about this.

so..pathetic!

Anonymous said...

Like somebody posted above, there is nothing new about this BUT maybe new to the younger generations. It is good that the writer point this out and I bet the writer is not from a boarding school (or at least not from an MRSM).

The year was 1992, I was one of the editorial board members of an MRSM. I was assigned to interview one BTN officer who came to our school. I would say 50% of the interview was conducted off the record, which means I can't write down the facts or even tape the conversation. There was so many sensitive issues touched and explained by the officer.

That is when I truly understand the function of BTN. That is when I realized the meaning of the Warisan song which we were all proud to sing during our MRSM school assembly and during BTN/Bina Insan/Bina Negara programs. That is when I started to have my own personal view about our so called 'Malay right' that we are trying to protect so much.

Anyway, a very good topic and congratulations to the writer for sharing this.

Azli

mamadou said...

I am really the unlucky person. Never went BTN course, Thats why my head and my brain still normal not brainwahed by BTN fellow. But always quarel with BTN strongman like Nordin Kardi, Kamarudin Kachar.........he he naughty boy at that time

Henrie said...

I am not a Malay, Chinese or Indian or even a Malaysian. What I do know is that in this time of Globalization if Malaysia as a whole does not get its act together and function as a united country you will never be a great country. All this emphasis on race is meaningless in a borderless world. Why talk about first class mentality, the best of the best, Glocal Malays, towering Malays etc if you cannot even compete on equal footing in your small pond? How can you even expect to compete with the likes of Singapore etc. Go on brainwashing the Malay students, give the best of your brains to other countries, slide down the slope of mediocrity and become no better than one of the poor African states in time.

Sagaladoola said...

People please forward the link or the content of the mail to everyone.

Tell the WHOLE MALAYSIA about this...

Anonymous said...

Can someone lodge a police report on the Dr for making seditious comments tending to create hatred and discord amongst the various communities in Malaysia and blow it up on the media so that the powers that be would be force to alter their current BTN modules?

eme said...

when i did my btn course (among several other similar courses people of my generation had to go through) several years ago, the role of that facilitator/speaker was played by one Noh Omar, who was then not yet the public figure that he is now, and as equally offensive. It must be a stepping stone to bigger things (read: politics).

Anonymous said...

this thing has been going on for as far as i can remember.. there is nothing new.. you could easily forget this after few weeks. In fact some of the student failed the exam because they fail to understand the subject. In this case, just ignore and forget about them. u will fail them and U will be fined. During my time more than 20 years ago, we had the same menu. As a bright student, you should learn about life, equality and human right after 3/4 years in College/University. Use the god given brain of yours to decide. This 2 hours lecture is nothing.. Just forget about it.. You will still get your diploma or degree (if you pass the exam off course)..

galadriel said...

Insidious indoctrination. And yes, it has been going on for decades.

Doesn't make it any less nauseating and dangerous.

I know someone in BTN. Of course when I confronted him about the fear-mongering tactics of BTN, he said, "no laa, we just teach respect". If he was in front of me, I would have slugged him.

These guys are the real threat to the dream of plural society in Malaysia.

I wonder ppl like Dr Idris, how and where he got his Phd and what his Phd work was about? His ideals can't be that far from the Ku Klux Klan.

I also can't help but notice that this student who posted this stuff must have him/herself been a Malay.
I salute his/her conscience.

On the face of it, I don't find the song objectionable. But read in current context, this is no benign song.

I have seen plenty of bright intellectual Malays and it gladdens my heart with hope that one day these fellas will lead Malaysia alongside their Non Malay brothers and sisters.

This kinda BTN garbage only sows insecurity and paranoia.


And to bring Islam into this just to justify that Islam endorses it.

Dari masa hingga masa
Petualang menghancurkan bangsa
Alatkan agama demi peribadi
Pupus kita di bumi Ilahi.

The veiled reference to using religion for own gain, is probably for PAS.

This is so wrong.

And the part about blogs being sinful?

ROTFLMAO!

Bodoh sangat ke orang Malaysia ni, sampai depa boleh cerita gini?

Anonymous said...

I do heard rumours/hearsay about this kind of racist thing, but at times one may not want to accept that it does exist. Probably it is very too painfully to accept..

We want to believe that most malays are not like those bunch of fanatics/devils. I just don't get it. How could a person going around promoting hatred and encourage killing of other human beings, just because of colours/religion difference.

I just don't get it........... I pity that Dr Idris, he has so much hated in him that he is incapable of having any compassion too others.

May peace be with you


Mei

Anonymous said...

By the way, how did this dr get his phd and what thesis did he write. If he's talking about education and ended up with such mediocre materials I wonder if he is fit to get his phd. Shame

Anonymous said...

No wonder the programme is called Tatanegara because if we keep going at this rate we will all have to say "Goodbye, Malaysia!" When will that Ultra Malay National Organisation wake up and realise that the world does not owe them a living?

Mahmud Ibrahim

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Anonymous said...

A friend of mine was of those who was there that day. He's a native from Sabah, a Christian and the first sentence he said when he met me (after the BTN) was "Saya sedih" (I'm sad).

He went on saying that he never heard of anything like this his whole life in Sabah.

Besides all that was mentioned in the post, he said that the saddest part for him was when the speaker starts lowering his voice and said "Orang Kristian tak pernah suka orang Islam" (The christians never like the muslims). He explained to me that in church people would pray for the well-being of the muslims especially those who in trouble and for unity and peace.

He addded that the Pendidikan Moral should as well be abolished from schools if this continues. "What happened to Atan, Ali and Muthu?, because that is what kept us (in Sabah) together despite having different races in the same class or anywhere. No wonder people from the semenanjung like Sabah, Sarawak".

He went on, "Hatred should never be planted into the hearts of the people in order to have progress and to be competetive. I never hated the jews but i'm against the zionist. But he speaks as if we should kill all jews. I've never even felt the urge to hate another race. Maybe pendidikan moral should be compulsory to all including muslims because majority present that day were agreeing to what the speaker said."

Being a person aware of the issues in this country, I listen to him attentively and said that this is all the government's propaganda of which he should not in any way get influenced. I know him, and he is also aware of all of this government stuff, but he still felt shocked and sad and ashamed (on behalf of the malays) to have and educated speaker to talk like that.

I'm a malay and i'm used to hearing my fellow malay friends saying these speeches are fiery and good although i know that these speeches are one of the many obstacles from unity and it's just another lame way for the gov to spread its propaganda. But it striked me when another person who is not of the Chinese, Indian and Malay came to comment about it.

This should not continue because i haven't attended BTN yet. I don't want to waste my time listenng to all this. I prefer Ali, Muthu and Atan. Just like one of the best pendidikan Islam class i had... the one i didn't attend because i sneaked into the pendidikan moral class.

yoy said...

This is what happen to a good country ruled by a bad ruling party.

Enriching themselves and forget the rest. Those greedy and selfish Umno are to be blamed.

yoy said...

This is what happen to a good country ruled by a bad ruling party.

Enriching themselves and forget the rest. Those greedy and selfish Umno are to be blamed.

ruyom said...

For Royal Professor Ungku Aziz to say that there was no social contract between the founding fathers of our nation, this has put a nail in the coffin on those ultra-malays who still see Ketuanan Melayu as a cornerstone for race relationships in this country.

While other matured and well-developed nations have put to rest the 'master and slave' relationship among the various races, it baffles the mind of thinking people why should such policy still remain relevant in this 21st century here in Malaysia. We might call our British colonial masters 'Sir' or 'Tuan' in the early days but after half-a-century of independence, don't you think that such thinking is out of date?

Mind you, the United States who imported Negros from Africa a few centuries ago to be the white man's slave might have a black man to be their next president if Obama wins the ticket to the White House in the coming US presidential elections.

Malay rights have been ensconced in the federal constitution and cannot be taken away unless by a two-thirds majority in parliament subject to the malay rulers approval. No one doubts that in the early days, the bumis especially the malays, needed affirmative actions to take them out of their cycle of poverty to be on par with other races, especially the Chinese.

But the NEP has outlived it purpose and it should be replaced with a new policy which will eradicate poverty regardless of creed and race.

The playing field should be more even and let the best among the best compete among themselves in order for our nation to progress in the future. Why should rich malays with their 'right political connections' obtain a big slice of the economic cake while the poor people are denied such opportunities to get them out of their cycle of poverty?

To be a respected race, the malays must discard the notion that the government will always have to provide them with opportunities in studies and business as if it was their birth right. The malays should be able to compete with the other races on an equal footing and work hard to improve their lot rather than expecting handouts from the government.

Ungku Aziz, a towering malay whose intellectual thinking is way ahead of his time, has opened a Pandora Box's with his outright statement that there is no written 'social contract' among the various races prior to independence. Umno politicians will now cry foul about his daring statement as they will always use the Ketuanan Melayu bogey to win the hearts and minds of the malays to support their cause. .

But the malays cannot be in a denial mode anymore. We must accept the fact that in the brave new world that we live in where people and capital move to places where no restrictions are imposed, the old way of doing business by having quota systems will drive capital away from our country and the people will suffer in the end if business opportunities pass our shores.

The malays should look at their Singapore brethren who are no less the worse although unlike their Malaysian cousins, they does not have any NEP policy to get a leg up in society. There is no short cut for success unless you work hard for it.

vesewe said...

Everyday the only things the regime and its cronies do are to tell lies, nothing but telling lies!

On the other hand, the "mainstream media" is not doing any meaningful investigative reports but only helping the regime to spread lies.

San said...

Many of those who worshiped Dr Mahathir cannot understand why Malaysians blame Mahathir for the woes of the country. I have compiled excerpts of reports which were published in the media in past years to refresh the memories of Malaysians, as to why many Malaysians feel that Mahathir did more bad than good for the country in his 22 years.

These 22 fiascos were published in the form of questions directed to Mahathir:

(1) Bakun Dam
Why did your administration take over the construction of the dam by bailing out Ekran Bhd by almost RM200 million for 'work done'?

(2) Bank Bumiputra
Why did you allow the mismanagement of Bank Bumiputra, to the extent that it had to be bailed out three times, costing the country a total of RM3 billion? Again, by dipping into Petronas funds?

(3) Clean government
You came to power in 1981 and introduced the slogan Bersih, Cekap dan Amanah (Clean, Efficient and Trustworthy). Did you ensure that chief ministers and ministers not have incomes beyond their legal means? Did you make the Anti Corruption Agency more effective and independent? How many big guns were prosecuted for corruption offences during your tenure? What did you do to further that? What happened to Bersih, Cekap dan Amanah?

(4) Education
Why did you allow our national school system, which is the ideal place to develop ties among young Malaysians, to become so divisive?

(5) Forex losses
Why did your administration dabble in speculation in the international money market which ultimately cost Bank Negara almost RM9.3 billion in losses?

(6) Heavy industries
Why did you push into heavy industries such as cement and steel in the 1980s, ignoring studies which suggested developing natural resource-based industries instead? They caused billions of ringgit in losses and major problems.

(7) Immigration
Why did you allow hordes of people to migrate, mainly from Indonesia, in such an unregulated way that there are as many or more illegal immigrants than legal ones now, accounting for some three million or more people?

(8) Indah Water Konsortium
Could you explain the RM1.4 billion soft loan to Indah Water Konsortium which clearly has irrecoverable losses?

(9) InventQjaya
What was the basis of inviting Libyan-American Sadeq Mustaffa to Malaysia to set up InventQjaya Sdn Bhd and to also give him a grant of RM440 million?

(10) Judiciary
What was your motive to take action in 1988 to remove the then Lord President and several Supreme Court judges from their positions under allegations of judicial misconduct, a move which was heavily criticised by the Bar Council and other bodies?

(11) Konsortium Perkapalan Berhad
Why did you rescue Konsortium Perkapalan Berhad (then owned by your son Mirzan) and which had debts of RM1.7 billion using funds from Petronas?

(12) LRT
Why did you bail out the light rail transit operators Projek Usahasama Transit Ringan Automatik Sdn Bhd (Putra) which belonged to Renong, and Sistem Transit Aliran Ringan Sdn Bhd (Star) using almost RM600 million from the EPF, which still resulted in EPF having to write off RM135 million with a share loss of RM96 million?

(13) Malaysia Airlines
Why did your government sell MAS (private sale) to Tajuddin Ramli who had no knowledge whatsoever about running an airline? Why did your government then later bail out Tajuddin Ramli by paying RM8 per share, when the shares were trading at only RM3.60 in the open market, costing close to RM1 billion of the publics money.

(14) North-South Expressway
Why did your administration award the North South Expressway concession to UEM (which then formed Plus) and then provide them with a loan of RM1.6 billion which was half of the tender price of RM3.2 billion?

(15) Operasi Lallang
Why did you have to resort to this move in October 1987, when you close down four newspapers, used the Internal Security Act (ISA) to detain over 100 people and cause a wave of fear throughout the country?

(16) Perwaja Steel
Why did your administration allow Perwaja Steel to be mismanaged resulting in RM2.9 million of the publics money being squandered?

(17) Press freedom
Your criticism of the present government got plenty of coverage in the local media whereas during your time, criticisms against you by two former prime ministers were muted in the mainstream newspapers. Editors in Umno-linked newspapers too, were removed for not toeing the line. What did you do to advance the cause of responsible press freedom?

(18) Privatisation
What was the justification of privatising the government medical stores to Southern Task Sdn Bhd and the resulting increase in the prices of medicines?

Why did you allow privatisation to take place in such a manner that the most profitable parts of government operations were sold away like Pos Malaysia, Telekom Malaysia and Tenaga Nasional?

Tolled roads had guaranteed toll rate increases and compensations in the event traffic projections were not met. Independent power producers (IPPs) had contracts that guaranteed them profits at the expense of Tenaga Nasional.

(19) Proton
You went ahead with the national car project in 1983 despite a number of experts disagreeing with you, especially with respect to the lack of economies of scale.

Isn't it true that Proton's profits over the past 20 years came from the vastly higher prices that the Malaysian public has had to pay to subsidise Proton, resulting in considerable hardship for Malaysians who need cars because of the poor public transport system?

Why was it necessary for Proton to buy a stake in a failed Italian motorcycle manufacturer when it could not even produce cars competitively?

(20) PSC Industries Berhad
Why did your administration in 1998 award a RM24.3 billion contract to PSC Industries Berhad, together with an advance of more than RM2.5 billion to build naval patrol boats?

(21) Putrajaya
What is the justification for spending RM20 billion on a grandiose government city at a time when office space was available in Kuala Lumpur?

(22) Time Dotcom Bhd
Did you not force the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) to buy 81.6 million of the unsubscribed public portion of the initial public offering (IPO) of Time Dotcom Bhd at RM3.30 per share when the shares were trading at only between RM1.95 and RM2.10 and in the process incurring an instant loss of RM100 million?

Why did your administration bail out Time Dotcom Bhd which was saddled with a RM5 billion debt?

Why did your government use RM904 million from Kumpulan Wang Amanah Pencen to buy up 273.9 million of unwanted Time Dotcom Bhd shares incurring an instant loss of RM280 million?

There you are - 22 fiascos in 22 years.

The bad news is that there are actually more than 22. Remember the APs, Maminco, Renong and many more. Those who remember, please add on to this list.

reek said...
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fong said...

The most important asset of a country is not its natural resources, but rather its human resources. This is especially true in a knowledge-based economy, which of course, will be the trend in the future if not already the trend in most of the western countries.

My daughter, who is in her final year medicine in Auckland, told me that a team of Singapore recruitment officers have just visited Auckland and talked to the Malaysian students there, offering jobs and training prospects for the final year students once they graduate.

My daughter also told me that over the last few years, quite a lot of her Malaysian seniors, after graduating from medical courses in New Zealand, have gone to Singapore to work as house officers and subsequently stayed back in Singapore for their postgraduate training. Similar teams are sent to UK and Australia for recruiting Malaysians there to work in Singapore.

About a year ago, Reuters reported: 'Malaysia is counting on bright, ambitious people like Tan Chye Ling for its future, to lead it away from manufacturing and into the knowledge age.'

But the 32-year-old scientist, a postgraduate in molecular biology, is not counting on Malaysia to look after her future.

'I felt very suppressed in Malaysia,' said Tan, who moved to neighbouring Singapore, the region's pacesetter for biotech investment, after a decade of study and research in Malaysia.

'I have benefited from the better research environment and salary scheme here. Things are much smoother,' she said by phone from the National University of Singapore where she is studying dust mites and allergies. Tan estimates that 60 percent of the research teams she works with in Singapore are from Malaysia, despite her country's efforts over several years to develop a biotech industry.

There is a serious problem facing Malaysia and that is the problem of 'brain drain'. Why are Malaysians overseas not coming back to work? Well, pay may be part of the reasons but it is not the main reason. Singapore recruitment teams offer Malaysian medical students a salary which is a few times what they would expect to get in Malaysia S$40000 a year for houseman after tax (equivalent to RM86000) which is about five times the pay of a houseman in Malaysia.

But, as I say, pay is not the main problem. The living expense overseas is high. And for a person working overseas, the loneliness and the stress level is also high. So not everyone opts to work overseas because of the pay. Many would not mind to work for a lesser pay if they can stay near to their loved ones. So why do people choose to work overseas, away from their loved ones?

Malaysia has many state-of-the-arts hospitals and research centres, which may even be the envy of many overseas countries. But hardware alone would not attract these experts to come home. In the medical field, I have so many friends/classmates working overseas, many in world-renowned centres. Why do they do that? Some of my friends and classmates did come back as specialists. After working a few years (many only lasted a few months), most got disillusioned and went off again.

There is really not much prospect of career advancement here. How many can hope to become a professor even when they are an acknowledged expert in their field? On the other hands, lesser beings are being promoted to professorship for doing much less. How many of them can have a say about how things are to be run? How many of them can blend into the local team where the work attitude is vastly different from that overseas?

There is an unwritten rule that even if the person is very good, the head of the team has to be someone from a certain ethnic group who may not be even half as good as him. In everyday life, some become disillusioned with the corruption, the red tape and the 'tidak apa' attitude of officialdom. For an overseas doctor applying to work back home, the application can take up to six months to get approved, whereas Singapore sends teams overseas to recruit them on the spot and offering them jobs immediately as long as they pass their final examinations. See the difference?

It is the sense of being wanted and being appreciated that make these people stay overseas. Back here, they are often made to feel that they are of a lower class. They do not feel wanted and they do not feel appreciated. That is the main reason.

For those with children, the education system further puts them off. Even school children can feel being discriminated against and one glaring example is the two system pre-university education.

All these make them pack their bags and off they go again, leaving behind their parents, perhaps their siblings, the friends they grew up together with and their favourite food that is often not available overseas. No one likes to be away from home but circumstances and a sense of being recognised for their worth make them go away. It is really sad.

Parents spend big sums of money on educating their children but the ones who benefit most are the Singaporeans, the British, the Australians, the Americans and so on. As long as race politics is not done away with, this problem of 'brain drain' will continue and Malaysia will always trail behind the advanced countries no matter how many Twin Towers and Putrajaya we build.

konek said...

It is no secret that Parameswara was an Indian and a Hindu prince until he married a Pasai princess and converted to Islam and adopted the Persian name Iskandar Shah.

There seemed to be no problem telling the truth as I just expressed it during my school days. The school textbooks were quite clear on this - but not today, I am told.

Once again the 'insecure' Umno-led government had to wipe out any references to this famous Melaka prince as being Hindu and belonging to the powerful Hindu empire Srivijaya.

So all of a sudden our museums, school textbooks etc, all refer to Parameswara as a malay prince. Umno's lying, mind you, is not confined to the mainstream newspapers.

fargoman said...

I refer to the comment - Mahathir did more harm than good.

I cannot but agree with some writers. As I plan to move my family overseas, I feel really sad for my country and friends I am going to leave behind.

Mahathir was a great man and he could have done a lot for the country. He was determined, intelligent, sarcastic, well qualified and witty but unfortunately, somewhere along the way he succumbed to human failings like all of us.

He became a slave to ego and greed and as a result, his heart was corrupted and he could not see beyond himself. Alas, it is too late now.

I can see no great Malaysian leaders in the pipeline. Initially, I thought that Hisham could have been a great leader being a professional but after the 'keris' incidents and his racists remarks, I know he won't be going far.

A great leader must be a leader for all, irrespective of race.

Life is full of regrets when we look back but the one regret I am not prepared to have is my children's future as I may not be around to see the next generation lead their life. As parents, what are we working for if not for our children, the next generation?

Sad to say, most of our leaders cannot see that and ironically, they are the one blessed with the power to shape the future generations, including their children.

romsam said...

It is been interesting to read such free-flowing comments on an all "Malaysians" free for all.

The "malays" are not a race. I am so sorry that you are only hearing this now. The rest of the academic world has known it for years.

Evidence, and not mere gut-feeling please.

From Yunnan to Taiwan, to Philippines, to Borneo, back to Cambodia, then to Kelantan, mixed with Achenese, Pattanis, Negritos, Javanese, Jakuns, Indians, Chinese and Arabs again.

In short, a Chinese mixed sub-race. Why not just say Chinese?

oversee said...

Yes, it is good that China will one day become a superpower and I am very proud of it too - as a Chinese. That goes too for India and I am glad it too will become a superpower.

By the way, don't be a katak, many businessmen friends I have are already having trading relationships with China, Singapore etc. Most with China, it is good money there if one is careful and knows the opportunities.

We don't have to return there, we can go anywhere. Today is global you know. We return here for rest and visit friends.

Most make their money and keep outside the country - you know la to help the NEP. Not to have too much money in Malaysia to be counted as non-malay assets. Otherwise how can malays catch up with thousands of overseas Malaysian Chinese earning millions!

Mind you, many of those top graders who are working overseas are earning many times more! My own niece is making in the region of 100000 pound sterling per year at the age of only 30!

Actually Malaysian pay is very low compared to the West just like Indonesian pay is very much lower than Malaysian. So the lucky ones are enjoying their fruits of their labour.

It is ok, we are helping to ensure NEP a success by decrease our percentage of wealth.

Hon said...

Despite Malaysia pretty economic growth over these past few months, something just doesn't seem to be right. It is almost as if the GDP growth figures were manipulated or spiced up.

Well, they weren't. Contrary to popular belief, the government does not really "jack up" economic figures. It just found clever ways to "spice up" growth figures. That is all.

Let us use last year as an example. Abdullah found out that the economic figures were not good, and it couldn't have been at a worse time. Elections were just around the corner and he didn't want the economy to appear weak.

So he did something very clever - he increased the wages of civil servants. This of course, leads to higher spending. And as we know, spending helps boost the economy.

I am not saying that civil servants do not deserve a pay rise. But the reason why they were given one couldn't be any worse. Yes, Malaysia is actually a failing economy. China and India are fast replacing Malaysia as manufacturing powerhouses. Half of Malaysia GDP figure comes from the manufacturing sector.

If oil and palm oil prices did not increase last year by a mile, Malaysia would have registered an economic growth of somewhere near 3.5%. This is a measly figure for a developing country.

By 2014, Malaysia will no longer be a net exporter of oil. In turn, this translates to losses for every sen oil prices go up.

To achieve developed status by 2020, Malaysia should have registered at least an 8% economic growth annually since 1995 (a developed country should have Purchasing Power Parity of at least RM25000, and GDP per capita should be close to PPP figures).

Right now, Malaysia has PPP of RM14700 and a GDP per capita of RM6500.

We have only done an average of 5% increase in GDP growth from 1995- 2007. So Vision 2020 will not be achieved despite what the government might claim. Furthermore, for Malaysia to move up the value chain, (I define this as a country that is able to innovate and produce high-quality products, e.g. companies such as LG, Samsung from Korea) large amounts of foreign direct investments (FDI) are needed.

To show you how low our FDI is, Malaysia has a pathetic RM7 billion of FDI annually while Singapore, a country 100 times smaller then Malaysia, has FDI of RM55 billion annually. Last year, nearly 50% of our FDI went into the Iskandar Development Region.

This, in my opinion, is a project bound to be a major failure. When Singaporeans were invited to invest, they did. But when they started to invest, our smart politicians said this would chase the malays into the jungles.

To summarise everything up:

(1) All the people tax money is being used for stupid subsidies and unnecessary mega-projects.

(2) Immigrants from Indonesia, Philippines are causing wages to remain stagnant.

(3) Malaysia economic growth is now based on oil and palm oil prices. (Malaysia will soon be a net importer of oil, and palm oil prices have reached their peak, meaning it will be downhill from here on.)

(4) Malaysia is suffering from a "brain drain". No qualified professionals want to work in Malaysia anymore.

(5) Malaysia manufacturing sector is shrinking, thus unemployment rates will go up.

aston said...

To me, Malaysia is run by institutionalised bullies, corrupters, gangsters, goons, infidels, liars, monkeys, scumbags, thieves and all that are mentioned in the Book of Hell!

Tulang Besi said...

Dear All,

TQ for the comments given in this blog. I must say, even though I am a full blooded Malay, I had to leave Malaysia just to find a job fitting my qualification and experience.

The job in Malaysia pays peanuts and they want us to work magic.

So,no. Not only CHinese and Indians suffers from BN's incompetence, but also Malays i.e. yours truly.

I figures if i remain working in Malaysia, i will have to work for the next 40 years just to be able to pay for my house let alone to have a decent savings.

I felt that i was unappreciated in Malaysia despite being a Malay and working in a GLC. The typical GLC is filled with idiots who only listens to people who are willing to pay them under the table.

You will find corrupted contractors have a stronger influence on the management than experts in the field.

I, then, decided that my skills and knowledge is more appreciated overseas. I left.

I am happier working overseas and i found that my Malay collegues working overseas are equally happy and content with their jobs.

I concluded as long as BN and UMNO is in power, Malaysia and Malays can never advance.

Tulang Besi said...

Do you also know that the 13th May incident, the Chinese were victimized wrongly?

In truth, before 1969, the Malays were in despot state yet Malaysia's economy was vibrant.

Despite the CHinese being more economically prosperous, but in truth they only owned not more than 20% of the nation's equity.

The bulk of the nation's wealth went to Britain as the British still controlled most of our country's wealth i.e. tin and rubber.

But, UMNO didn't tell the Malays that. Instead, they told the Malays that most wealth are going to the Chinese and therefore, the Chinese are making the Malays poor.

UMNO didn't want to tell the Malays that it was UMNO who agreed for the British to remain in control of Malaysia's wealth. And that UMNO dare not retake the wealth away from the British.

Furthermore, the MCA and MIC didn't help as well as they too benefited from the anti Malay anti Chinese sentiment.

So, when problems cannot be solved and the Malays were openly rebelling against UMNO, the easiest escape is to blame the Chinese and innocent Chinese blood was spilled for UMNO's stupidity.

Tulang Besi said...

I also have to disagree with the notion that the Malays as a race is non existance.

If you refer to my previous postings, the Malays have not just existed, but also built empires, i.e. The Srivijaya Empire.

The Srivijaya empire have impressed so many historians as it was the longest running empire ever to exist in the history of man.

A glimpse of the greatness of Srivijaya is Chandi Brobodur. Chandi Brobodur is the handiwork of Malays and it is considered as one of the 7 wonders of the world along with the Pyramids of Giza.

So, even though, it is known that Malays originated from the South of China, but they have managed to estadblished themselves as a race and a people with their own unique identity and culture.

wonderful world said...

from the textbook of BTN

- chinese-malay relationship -

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Anonymous said...

As long as the Ultra Malay National Organisation is in power, the Malays as a whole will never advance, except under an affirmative action programme such as the NEP. But that is not real advancement, it is a handicap.

As an example, consider how the Malay students in Singapore, under a meritocracy, fair in international comparisons, compared to Malaysian students.

Malaysian students as a whole lag behind students in other countries. In the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS-R) Malaysia ranked 16th out of 38 countries in mathematics and 22nd in science. That means Malaysian students were in the bottom 60 percent. In contrast, Malay students in Singapore, at the primary and secondary school levels, were in the top 15 percent in mathematics. In science, at the secondary level, Malay students in Singapore were also in the top 15 percent. What this tells us is that Malay pupils can hold their own even in international comparisons. They can and do succeed in an open, transparent and meritocratic system.

The only reason why Bumiputera students, and Malaysian students as a whole, do so badly is because that UMNO has deliberately placed the race and religion card to hold the Malays back so that they will not know any better and that UMNO will continue to rule through its racist policies that inflict more harm on the Malays than on others.

It is time for the Malays themselves to wake up to this reality and challenge that UMNO - the Ultra Malay, ketuanan Melayu UMNO. All our Malay children can and will succeed. All they need is quality teachers and other educational inputs from day one of primary school, and a transparent, meritocratic education system.

The thing about education is that when you lower standards at the top level, as that UMNO has done with through the quota system, it affects education at all levels. Education production is not like other forms of production. In education, the main input - teachers - is its own output. So when the quota system lowers the quality of the output from our universities and teacher training colleges, as it has done, our schools end up with lower and lower quality teachers. It becomes a vicious cycle and this has been going on for over a generation. Is it any surprise to us then that Malaysia has fallen far behind Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong when at one time we were on par with them?

Our fellow Malay rakyat must wake up to this reality. The UMNO we have is the very party that is destroying the hopes and aspirations of our children. This UMNO is taking away from your children the education they deserve!

Daud

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yuzy said...

Funny.The writer did agree with the 'hijack' of Israel but doesn't aware of its threat in this country?A little bit 0f confusing where it is zionist that we are against not the jews people.Jews aren't zionist but zionist must be jews.Dig?

What is so wrong with the 'ketuanan Melayu'?Are Malays on your left or right go to 'sembelih' the Indian or Chinese?No?Then understand the 'ketuanan melayu' term itself.

Since 'ketuanan melayu' practice in this country,who is the richest person in this country?Not to mention the list from 1-10.Malay?

Don't tell me that those filthy rich chinese and indian did not received any help from the 'ketuanan melayu' government!

Then you jump into a conclusion that malays are stupid and lazy.That's why the don't get rich.So why so afraid with the 'ketuanan melayu'?

In fact,DEB has benefits those non-malays more than malays itself.Wake up.I'm malay-muslim.In the holy quran said that God won't change the fate of the ummah (race) until the do change their fate by themselves (regarding race or religion).

To the writer,don't jump into a conclusion very soon.National Civic Bureau (BTN) is in the department of prime minister.So,what do you expect them to do?Backing up opposition?

If your modules are to create chaos in the country,then what type of government you are?

Another thing,after the 'ceramah' thing ended,what modules are ran by BTN to the participants?Was it all the way about Anwar+US+racist?

Ask the worried student!

Anonymous said...

OH..THIS IS VERY GOOD! WHY?because of this mentality, the malay keep pedaling backward!and the other keep moving foward!actually the non-malay not bothering what the malay do or plan or what so psy-war...because everything they do ,they keep pedaling backward...the non-malay understand that to keep moving foward, one must understand that"when the moving get tough,the tough get going"! condemning other races and religion will only bring hatred and fanaticism which only bring destruction but no progress...is the non-malay worried about this brainwashing programs??? no! go ahead! and they dont realised they had been the laughing stock for so many years...progress only be achieved by working hard, honesty ,strong moral etc...accusing others as devil will not bring you forward but backward...this is a very simple attitude that they cant understand...

Anonymous said...

Ramai suka pakai gelaran Dr di hadapan namanya bagi mengaburi mata orang lain kononnya merekalah orang hebat dan berilmu, takut orang tak tau dia orang ada gelaran itu. Saya sendiri pun segan mau pakai gelaran itu.Pakai Encik saje lah. Dapat PhD bukan menunjukkan seseorang itu hebat. PhD nya itu hanya atas satu kajian kecil pada satu bidang yang memenuhi bilangan pembolehubah yang memudahkan kajiannya. Bukanlah bila dapat PhD menunjukkan seseorang benar-benar bijak. Dia hanya tahu bidang yang dia kaji saja, tidak lebih dari itu. Kena pulak masa kini, kajian ilmiah boleh dijual beli seperti menulis laporan, memperagakan data dan statistik, semata-mata mau gelaran PhD itu. Yang berpengrauh dan ada duit lagi mudah untuk buat perkara-perkara tidak intelek seperti ini. Jadi PhD bukanlah passport kehebatan ilmu. Nelayan di pantai sana, penoreh getah, tukang-tukang ukir dan banyak lagi itu sebenarnya lagi hebat dan sebenar2nya hebat kerana melakukan sendiri perkara-perkara yang mereka buat, mereka punyai ilmu dari keringat mereka sendiri, cuma tidak diberi pengiktirafan sebagai Dr PhD. Jadi tak payahlah nak tunjuk-tunjuk gelaran Dr itu, dulu mungkin orang hromatlah tapi sekarang dilihat suatu yang negatif dan sinis kerana gelagat yang empunya gelaran itu sendiri.

Anonymous said...

Ramai suka pakai gelaran Dr di hadapan namanya bagi mengaburi mata orang lain kononnya merekalah orang hebat dan berilmu, takut orang tak tau dia orang ada gelaran itu. Saya sendiri pun segan mau pakai gelaran itu.Pakai Encik saje lah. Dapat PhD bukan menunjukkan seseorang itu hebat. PhD nya itu hanya atas satu kajian kecil pada satu bidang yang memenuhi bilangan pembolehubah yang memudahkan kajiannya. Bukanlah bila dapat PhD menunjukkan seseorang benar-benar bijak. Dia hanya tahu bidang yang dia kaji saja, tidak lebih dari itu. Kena pulak masa kini, kajian ilmiah boleh dijual beli seperti menulis laporan, memperagakan data dan statistik, semata-mata mau gelaran PhD itu. Yang berpengrauh dan ada duit lagi mudah untuk buat perkara-perkara tidak intelek seperti ini. Jadi PhD bukanlah passport kehebatan ilmu. Nelayan di pantai sana, penoreh getah, tukang-tukang ukir dan banyak lagi itu sebenarnya lagi hebat dan sebenar2nya hebat kerana melakukan sendiri perkara-perkara yang mereka buat, mereka punyai ilmu dari keringat mereka sendiri, cuma tidak diberi pengiktirafan sebagai Dr PhD. Jadi tak payahlah nak tunjuk-tunjuk gelaran Dr itu, dulu mungkin orang hromatlah tapi sekarang dilihat suatu yang negatif dan sinis kerana gelagat yang empunya gelaran itu sendiri.

Anonymous said...

Islam itu kepunyaan orang Melayu saje. Orang lain tiada hak ke atasnya. Begitulah mesej yang nak disampaikan. Itulah sebab kenapa Islam tidak dapat disebarkan kepada orang lain di negara ini. Tetapi selalu dilaungkan Islam itu universal. Tak taulah sama ada Tuhan itu ada mata yang melihat hamba ciptaNya sendiri mengikut warna. Ini satu penyelewengan yang memberikan gambaran negatif terhadap agama yang selalu disebut suci, adil dan sederhana sedangkan penganutnya tidak mempraktikkannya seperti yang dituntut. Jadi tak usahlah marah bila orang lain yang telah diberikan gambaran negatif itu meluahkan ciri negatif yang telah bertapak dalam pemikirannya. Bukan salah mereka berfikiran demikian sebab mereka diberikan gambaran sedemikian.Berdakwah bukan dengan cara mencaci keburukan orang lain tetapi menunjukkan teladan yang baik yang boleh menarik orang mendekatinya serta ciri universal yang dilaung-laungkan itu. Saya yakin Islam bukan sedemikian rupanya, dan sememangnya universal tetapi ada penganutnya yang telah menyelewengkannya demi kepentingan peribadi.

Anonymous said...

Why do Malays hate us so much..? My son asks me...

Anonymous said...

I believe by now we all know what they going tell to more and more. My dear good hearted Malaysian friends Its our choice whether we want or we don't want. If we want to stay we have to face more like this in future. Malaysia is not only the place in this world. This must come first in our KAUM PENDATANG mind. Our great grandfathers took a brave decision when they decide to come to this part of the world when things are not good then. When there is no planes no internet no e mails. So what we are going to do now. Take it if this is what you want or leave it if this is not what you don't want. Try to venture further I believe we definitely can do it. If there is will there is way. Again I would like remind, Malaysia is not only the place in this world.

All the best again my dear good hearted KAUM PENDATANG Malaysians.

Firdaus Rosli said...

Anak kecil main api,
Terbakar hatinya yang sepi,
Air mata darah bercampur keringat,
Bumi dipijak milik orang.

Nenek moyang kaya raya,
Tergadai seluruh harta benda,
Akibat sengketa sesamalah kita,
Cinta lenyap di arus zaman.

Indahnya bumi kita ini,
Warisan berkurun lamanya,
Hasil mengalir ke tangan yang lain,
Peribumi merintih sendiri.

KITA RUMPUN BANGSA MELAYU,
MENGANUT AGAMA YANG SUCI,
SEMANGAT BANGSA BERLANDASKAN ISLAM,
TERAS CAPAI KEMERDEKAAN.

Masa depan sungguh kelam,
Kan lenyap peristiwa semalam,
Tertutuplah hati terkunci mati,
Maruah peribadi dah hilang.


DARI MASA HINGGA MASA,
PETUALANG MENGHANCURKAN BANGSA,
ALATKAN AGAMA DEMI PERIBADI,
PUPUS KITA DI BUMI ILAHI.


Kini kita hanya tinggal kuasa,
Yang akan menentukan bangsa,
Bersatulah hati, bersama berbakti,
Pulih kembali harga diri.

Kita sudah tiada masa,
Bangunlah dengan gagah perkasa,
Janganlah terlalai teruskan usaha,
Melayu kan gagah di nusantara.


I want to share with you an interesting fact. I am a former student of MRSM Langkawi, from 2005 to 2006. This "Warisan" song will be sang in every assembly in our college.

If you can see, there are some parts of the song which I marked with full capital letters.

From what I saw, this part mentions about the role of religion in the Malay society.
But this part was hidden, and not included in the song that the MRSM students sang during assemblies.

I am really frustrated with this situation. The government is moulding the students to be racist. But that is not the actual purpose of the song at the first place.

If the "hidden" parts is included, this song is purposed to teach the Malays, to be loyal to their religion, to reject selfish leaders, and give their full effort to elevate the status of Malays. I think this is OK.

Unfortunately, after this alteration, this song seems to educate the students to use all ways they can, whether it is wrong or right, to maintain Malay supremacy.

I hope that you will spread this to everyone. Thank you.



But after this alteration,

Anonymous said...

I attended this programme last year. SO TRUE, EXACTLY THE SAME CONTENT!

As soon as I arrived at the location, the programme started with a talk entitled "Politik Matang". Huhuhuuhu.

Anonymous said...

BTN is the propaganda arm of umNO that survive on the rakyat's money!! I'm almost 59 and let us share my experience. Remember May 13th '69? A few months after the incident MAGERAN started a youth programme at Pusat Latihan Belia Dusun Tua for 2000 youth. It was called Angkatan Belia Pembina Negara and of course made up of 99% Malays (majority of them from rural areas. The classroom lessons are mostly on Malay nationalism or you can called by any other name like Tatanegara, Pembangunan Negara, Sejarah Kemerdekaan and shits like that. At the end of the programme 30 of us were chosen for further brainwashing at Pusat Latihan Tatanegara. The place? A big bunglow rented from a rich Chinese businessman where Wisma Central stands today!. The contents of the programmes? Malay supremacy, hate Singapore, and again shits like that?

So, you youngsters still believe in what the umno leaders are telling through their propaganda arms like RTM, Kemas, BTN, Utusan and Berita?

I have five kids, all grown up. I had a real tough time in 'debriefing' them and telling them that first they have to be a good Muslim before they can become a good Malay but if they're a good Malay they can never be a good Muslim. Why? In Islam there's no such thing as Malay Supremacy? Muslims have to be good to Allah SWT and fellow human beings. Allah SWT is All Knowing and All Merciful and would forgive our wrong-doings when we repent. However we do not know what is in other people's heart! A large number of us are not that forgiving and they want to settle their score in front of Allah, Muslims or none Muslims! So beware. There no such thing as Malay supremacy!

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