Saturday, July 16, 2005

How to solve the problems of the Malays

CC: anyway, u watch tv lately?
CC: "umno: malay agenda"
*Censored*: no, what's it about?
CC: um...supposedly umno gonna have a meeting about malay agenda
CC: again
CC: i dont know why
*Censored*: oh, it's because the umno vote season is coming in
CC: hahaha
CC: shit
CC: does it matter?
CC: i mean, how about telling malays to start marrying chinese, indians and other bumis
CC: that way, the problem would be spread out
*Censored*: hahaha
CC: and ppl would feel a lot better having a malaysian problem, instead of a malay problem
CC: wait, i gotta write that down

See? If the government would've bothered to think laterally, they'll know that if there aren't any "pure" Malays, then there can't be any Malay dilemma! Only a Malaysian dilemma!

10 Comments:

Anonymous jxt2j said...

now that's not so good isn't it.

despite some accusations on the malay race, we must always respect them because they are part of the country :D

10:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

perhaps Malays and UMNO People are two different breed...

12:15 PM  
Blogger mamat said...

Anonymous is very correct.

Not all Malays are supporting UMNO and UMNO is not an all Malay party anymore. Observe the real race of the former UMNO president, wasn't he an Indian Muslim, allegedly?

Also, it should be interesting to note that PAS is not a malay party as well, it's a party for all Malaysian Muslim instead.

Problem with the Malays can be solved by solving all the problems associated with Malaysia. With the elimination of basic issues bogging down Malaysian in general, then only progression could be made to solve specific problems, such as the ones affecting only on a particular race.

The basic issues I was refering to are among them, basic housing needs, basic infrastructures, education, social security etc.

We need a more caring government to implement this changes and the current administration has failed this miserably.

So, next step to be taken is to actually vote-in a caring representative in Parliament, who will fight for the needy and not for those already having all!

5:49 PM  
Blogger multidimid said...

Umno youth and in particular the Malays must first change their system of beliefs. No race is an island and they must learn the value of the individual man and its great dependence upon other races and species to comprehend its existence in this physical reality.

They have to change their ways of seeking help from others in avoiding responsibilities and in so doing deny their own abilities for self understanding and growth.

The present towering “Malays” – are the products of inter racial marriages. Can the UMNO, MCA or MIC youths mixed to produce the BN youth to form the towering Malaysians?

This can not happen as the Malays would not allow their race or religion to be compromised in the process

8:14 PM  
Blogger Captain Carcinogen said...

lol. i have no idea how to answer u guys. that post was just a joke, eventhough i really meant the inter-racial marriage because im one of them rojak ppl too.

9:24 PM  
Anonymous reign226 said...

haha, thought it looked familiar =). Yeah, UMNO General Assemblies usually cause malay political leaders to say stupid things like "vote for me, i am the champion for the malay race" and nobody accuses him of racism.

9:28 PM  
Blogger eagleOK said...

ahhh rojak ppl.... me too! me too! and damn prooud of it... :) Plus my bf also of a different race so i'll be doing my part in creating REAL, TRUE Malaysian babes in the future!how about we suggest a new official race in Malaysia, MIXED ??

anyhow... re:the comments on Malays [not all being UMNO and PAS being for Malaysian Muslims] really brought me back to Form 4/5 Maths class... Remember that Bab on Set and Subset? hmmm.... finally i get to put that Bab into use!! Cheers on!

10:33 AM  
Blogger Captain Carcinogen said...

yes, let's avoid having inbreeders roaming around m'sia. u know the kind of genetic diseases that can be inherited by their kids. no, just kidding...

lol. ur the most cheerful person to comment on my blog yet. cheers to ur new blog

1:28 PM  
Blogger Ah Pek said...

yes, that idea very good. aferwards we have a country full of "yiau siu chap cheng" kakakakakaa!!

10:08 AM  
Blogger minishorts said...

OI. mana lu pigi lah... almost 1 month adi.

3:42 PM  

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