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The writing is on the wall.  Buddhism will face further and further restriction in Malaysia.  Islam is supremacism, and like The Terminator it cannot stop trying to fulfill its mission.  It has to be stopped.  Where is Sarah Connor?


http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2012/05/26/malaysia-s-kelantan-d...

Malaysia’s Kelantan demands Islamic designs in Buddhist building

A controversy is brewing over the proposal for the construction of a Buddhist building here after the PAS-led state government ruled that new buildings should include Islamic designs to reflect the state capital’s status as an Islamic city.

State Local Government, Culture, Arts and Tourism committee chairman Takiyuddin Hassan said developers must incorporate some Islamic elements in their plans or the proposals would be rejected.

“We will ensure development will be based on Islamic principles and features,” he told a press conference here.

He claimed the ruling was well-accepted by the majority of developers, including non-Muslim developers.

“I do not see it as an issue or something that could cause religious tension, as it only involves architecture and design,” he said.

“They have accepted the new ruling well.”

Takiyuddin was commenting on an appeal by the Kelantan Buddhist Association for the state government to approve its building, to be constructed with Chinese features at Jl. Sultan Zainal Abidin here.

It is understood that the association had been told that its building design should have dome-shaped motifs, which have created a controversy in the Chinese media.

In an immediate reaction, Kota Baru MCA division chief Tan Ken Ten slammed the directive, which he said was an infringement of the rights of non-Muslims in the state.

“The ruling is an extreme attempt to impose one’s beliefs into other people’s culture or religious beliefs,” Tan said.

“The PAS government must be mindful that Malaysia is a multi-cultural and multi-religious society that respects the differences of each community. It should appreciate this diversity which makes this country unique,” Tan added.

State MCA Youth chief Gan Han Chuan said the Kelantan government was showing disrespect towards the non-Muslims with its new policy.

“With the new directive, PAS is trying to create discord by destroying the harmonious relations between the communities that had been built by the Barisan Nasional over the years,” he added.

“One can only wonder what type of archaic policies PAS will introduce if Pakatan Rakyat manages to take over the Federal Government,” Gan said.

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Hi everyone,

These are the same people who brought back the legality of stoning someone to death, although the current head of state has been wise enough not to enforce it. Caning someone in public along with potential jail time is enforced, and not just for the Muslim. As an example, if I as a Buddhist monk in most parts of Malaysia except for two states am caught having a conversation or engaging in other activity with a Muslim and it could be construed that I was trying to proselytize that individual or group of people toward a religion other than Islam, then this could mean a good public caning as well as jail time. Of course it doesn't work that way the other way around.

Consider also, that Malaysia is the world's most liberal Muslim country, where article 160 of the Malaysian constitution (as interpreted) mandates that a born Malay is automaticly considered a Muslim and where you must as as a Malaysian citizen have your religion embedded in code on you national I.D. card. There is only one state where applications are accepted for an official status change of your religion, and my, oh my, what a tremendous bribe opportunity that must be, which is perhaps at least one reason why only a very few of those applications to convert from Islam are accepted every year. Of course you don't need any of that pesky paperwork to convert to Islam you know, that might complicate such a thing...   

Take a look at this...

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

this might be helpful also...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/13_May_incident

Article 3 of the Malaysian constitution reads:

"Islam is the religion of the Federation; but other religions may be practiced in peace and harmony in any part of the Federation"

Although it can be argued well from an academic perspective that this does not mean that Malaysia is an Islamic state, few in government are close to giving a recognition to that fact. What this means to the many that I have spoken to of both Muslim as well as non- Muslim is that the non-Muslim's need to know and remember their place, otherwise why even bother with having Islam as the official religion of Malaysia in the first place? 

http://www.projectmalaysia.org/articles/broken-promises-the-malaysi...

I would also strongly recommend...

http://www.nl-aid.org/continent/south-east-asia/malaysia-racial-and...

also...

"In Malaysia, all communities are equal but some are more equal than others. Although the National Front coalition, which has been in power since 1957, includes Chinese and Indian parties, the Muslim Malay majority is dominant. While the Chinese still have a predominant position in the business community, there is affirmative action for the Muslim Malays, and other "indigenous" groups, in access to higher education, jobs in the civil service, government contracts and housing. Inter-ethnic and inter-religious conflict is avoided not by the systematic balancing mechanisms of a liberal democracy, with fully representative politics, free media and independent courts, but by a semi-democratic, semiauthoritarian balancing act, with a distinct tilt towards the Malay Muslim side. The day I arrived, the government announced the indefinite suspension of the Sarawak Tribune newspaper, which published one of the Danish cartoons. It also made it an offence for anyone to publish, import, produce, circulate or even possess copies of the caricatures."

"A government spokesman explained that since Malaysia currently chairs the Organisation of the Islamic Conference, which is dedicated to promoting Islamic solidarity between its 57 member states and peoples, "it would be awkward if Malaysia slams the west for [its] insensitivity when in our own backyard we don't have control". The law used to ban the Sarawak Tribune dates from 1984 and gives the government draconian powers to limit free media, while other laws (at least one of them, the Internal Security Act, traceable back to the British-led repression of communist insurgents in the so-called Emergency) enable it to curb other forms of dissent."                                                                                  http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2006/feb/16/religion.uk1

I remember last year when a Chinese reporter reported something in a Chinese newspaper (one of the few newspapers not controlled by a government front group) during some local elections that a Muslim Malay politician had to say regarding the Chinese and how all of them should be considered officially second class citizens regardless of whether or not they were ever born in Malaysia or not, after the outrage was felt by the Chinese community, he was eventually reprimanded officially but not until after the reporter of the newspaper saw the inside of a jail cell via the Internal Security Act. There is also the Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra a Malay who does not always seem to follow the "party line" so to speak who has also been a target of harassment with the I.S.A. being used. That there are others should be no surprise.These incidents as just a few examples, are clearly meant as a message of superior authority to the non-Muslim community. http://www.thenutgraph.com/sin-chew-reporter-released-after-one-day...

While I'm at it, here's a video of a Chinese man in Malaysia getting the living crap kicked out of him by a Malay mob while another man smashes his car with a hammer, (apparently the Malay's thought that they had a bit of a disagreement with the Chinese man) the police don't seem very interested in really helping the man, as a matter of fact they get a few swipes in themselves while treating him as the criminal! None of the perpetrators are ever arrested of course.  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IkdRdoPSgQ&feature=related


Brother Mark:)

'the Malaysian constitution (as interpreted) mandates that a born Malay is automaticly considered a Muslim...'

My understanding is that children born of a Jewish mother are Jewish; that children born of a Muslim father are Muslim; but now in Malay geography trumps genetics.  Astonishing.  Lady Gaga wont be going there anytime soon.

'The law used to ban the Sarawak Tribune dates from 1984...'  George Orwell would be proud.

Thanks Brother Mark for this info

Kinana,

"...but now in Malay geography trumps genetics."

Perhaps there has been some type of misunderstanding. A born Malay is referring to someone who is considered an ethnic Malay. There is some dispute though as to whether or not there is actually an ethnic Malay or whether or not we're talking about a situation involving migration. I believe that whether or not you subscribe to whichever migration theory (there are a number of them) the notion that most if not all of those considered ethnic Malay are indigenous to Malaysia would be considered an absolute fallacy. Never the less, there is an identifiable ethnic component to those that are by and large considerd "ethnic Malay". Most however would agree that the last major migration was from the area that we now call Indonesia. If this were a geographically distinguished matter than all of the Chinese and Indian born in Malaysia as two examples, would be considered Muslim also, something I can assure you that many of them would not be very happy with!

Have a blessed day!

Brother Mark:)  

Brother Mark

your initial comment seem to say that someone born in Malay was deemed to be a Muslim  even if both parents are not Muslim.

is this what you meant?

Let me see if my understanding helps (my understanding may be a misunderstanding).

About 50 years ago, the "ethnic" Malays were deemed to be "indiginous".  That is, they were distinguished from the rest of the population of Malaysia.  At that point in time, "ethnic Malays" were a minority of the population of Malaysia.  

Any child born to an "ethnic Malay" family is automatically considered a muslim (even if the parents had left islam? Or is that so unlikely an act that they would not do it?)

After 50 years of discrimination against the "non-ethnic" Malays (who remember, outnumbered the Malays 50 years ago), the country is now tipping into being majority Malay.  There are inadequate statistics to say why so many non-Malays have left Malaysia (but suspicion falls on the system of discrimination in favour of Malays).

I remember reading that the non-Malays (indians, Chinese) were the most economically productive part of the Malaysian population.  It sounds somewhat similar to the situation of the ethnically Chinese in Thailand; history books credit them with having been the physical workforce  and latterly the intellectual workforce of Bangkok.  When the Thais sided with the Japs in WW2, the ethnic Thais were referring to their Chinese population as "the jews of Asia".

In that context, one could look at Malaysia and transform the relationships to a British context.  Imagine if in Britain the white people had been economically unproductive, and it was the Pakistanis and Chinese immigrants over generations who had worked hard.  Then the government imposes positive discrimination in favour of the white population, making it easier for them to get into university than for the Pakistanis and the Chinese.  

If any european country was to do that, you can imagine the uproar from Amnesty International, the UN, the OIC, etc.


Kinana said:

Brother Mark

your initial comment seem to say that someone born in Malay was deemed to be a Muslim  even if both parents are not Muslim.

is this what you meant?

Bumiputera or Bumiputra is a Malay term widely used in Malaysia, embracing Malay people of the Malay Archipelago. The term comes from the Sanskrit word bhumiputra, which can be translated literally as "prince of land.

The concept of a bumiputra ethnic group in Malaysia was coined by activist Tunku Abdul Rahman. It recognized the "special position" of the Malays provided in the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. But, the constitution does not use the term "bumiputra"; it defines only "Malay" and "indigenous peoples"

Malaysian Higher Education Ministry defined bumiputra as follows, depending on the region of origin of the individual applicant.

Peninsular Malaysia
"If one of the parents is Muslim Malay/Orang Asli,

Sabah
"If one of the parents is a Muslim Malay or indigenous native of Sabah as stated in Article, thus his child is considered as a Bumiputra"

Sarawak
"If both of the parent are indigenous natives of Sarawak, thus their child is considered as a Bumiputra"

Jizyah

Bumiputra, regardless of their financial standing, are entitled 7 percent discount on houses or property, including luxurious units; whilst a low-income non-Bumiputra receives no such financial assistance. Other preferential policies include quotas for the following: admission to government educational institutions, qualification for public scholarships, positions in government, and ownership of businesses.

Examples of such policies include:

Companies listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (Bursa Saham Kuala Lumpur) must have 30% bumiputra ownership of equity to satisfy listing requirements. Foreign companies that operate in Malaysia also must adhere to this requirement.


For a limited period, a certain percentage of new housing in any development has to be sold to bumiputra owners. Housing developers are required to provide a minimum 7% discount to bumiputra buyers of these lots. This is required regardless of the income level of the potential buyer. Remaining unsold houses after a given time period are allowed to be sold to non-bumi if the developer proves attempts have been made to fulfill the requirement. There is no bumiputra discount on existing housing.


A basket of government-run (and profit-guaranteed) mutual funds are available for purchase by bumiputra buyers only. 


Many government-tendered projects require that companies submitting tenders be bumiputra owned. This requirement has led to non-bumiputras teaming up with bumiputra companies to obtain projects, in a practice known as "Ali Baba". Ali, the bumiputra, is included solely to satisfy this requirement, and Baba (the non-bumiputra) pays Ali a certain sum in exchange.


Projects were earmarked for bumiputra contractors to enable them to gain expertise in various fields.

Former Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir (who was also education minister previously) said in 2004 that Malay graduates tend to have low employment rates because "the Chinese graduates choose the right subjects so they are employable. We find that the Malay graduates, especially those from the Malay stream, can’t speak English at all. No matter how much value you put on a certificate, the fact remains that an employer wants somebody with whom he can communicate. The employer is not Malay, he is a foreigner. And if he’s not going to be able to communicate with you, he will not take you."


Furthermore, the Malay students, with Government-issued scholarships and study loans, tend to take up subjects like Syariah Law, Islamic History and other Islam-related subjects. Instead of choosing to learn English and taking up subjects that are of more secular tangible benefits (e.g. Engineering, Medicine, etc.) some have gone to great lengths to further their studies in Middle Eastern countries, learning Arabic in the process. Even so, this has not always been to the benefit of the students.

In June 2006, it was revealed that a batch of 169 students sent to the Al-Azhar University in Cairo had difficulties with the Arabic language, resulting in only 5 students making it through their course. 


In 2006, the then Minister of Higher Education, Mustapa Mohamad, has stated that that he wants public universities to recruit more non-bumiputra academic staff in order to "strive for world-class institutions", which may signal a move toward less racial profiling in academia.


However, as of 2007, Chinese Malaysians dominate the professions of accountants, architects and engineers while Indian Malaysians dominate the professions of veterinarians, doctors, lawyers and dentists well exceeding their respective population ratios compared to Bumiputra

Kinana,

No. I was discussing those who are considered ethnic Malay who are born in Malaysia.

Brother  Mark:)

Kinana said:

Brother Mark

your initial comment seem to say that someone born in Malay was deemed to be a Muslim  even if both parents are not Muslim.

is this what you meant?

Joe,

"Any child born to an "ethnic Malay" family is automatically considered a muslim (even if the parents had left islam? Or is that so unlikely an act that they would not do it?)"

Yes, any child born to an "ethnic Malay"or "indigenous"  family is automatically considered a "bumiputra" who in turn is then as well considered a Muslim. Shiva has been so nice as to go into more of the details of this at the educational level.

Brother Mark:)

Joe said:

Let me see if my understanding helps (my understanding may be a misunderstanding).

About 50 years ago, the "ethnic" Malays were deemed to be "indiginous".  That is, they were distinguished from the rest of the population of Malaysia.  At that point in time, "ethnic Malays" were a minority of the population of Malaysia.  

Any child born to an "ethnic Malay" family is automatically considered a muslim (even if the parents had left islam? Or is that so unlikely an act that they would not do it?)

After 50 years of discrimination against the "non-ethnic" Malays (who remember, outnumbered the Malays 50 years ago), the country is now tipping into being majority Malay.  There are inadequate statistics to say why so many non-Malays have left Malaysia (but suspicion falls on the system of discrimination in favour of Malays).

I remember reading that the non-Malays (indians, Chinese) were the most economically productive part of the Malaysian population.  It sounds somewhat similar to the situation of the ethnically Chinese in Thailand; history books credit them with having been the physical workforce  and latterly the intellectual workforce of Bangkok.  When the Thais sided with the Japs in WW2, the ethnic Thais were referring to their Chinese population as "the jews of Asia".

In that context, one could look at Malaysia and transform the relationships to a British context.  Imagine if in Britain the white people had been economically unproductive, and it was the Pakistanis and Chinese immigrants over generations who had worked hard.  Then the government imposes positive discrimination in favour of the white population, making it easier for them to get into university than for the Pakistanis and the Chinese.  

If any european country was to do that, you can imagine the uproar from Amnesty International, the UN, the OIC, etc.


Kinana said:

Brother Mark

your initial comment seem to say that someone born in Malay was deemed to be a Muslim  even if both parents are not Muslim.

is this what you meant?

Thanks for the facts Brother Mark.  A Malaysian (Chinese) told me in conversation about the racism, discrimination and ethnic profiling by the Malaysian government, but I always wanted to get the hard facts written down.

And to think that the leader of that foul Apartheid regime had the nerve to give the UK a lecture on discrimination!  These guys have no shame.

Of course, I'll probably now be banned from ever entering Malaysia because of that last remark, because as we all know, Islam embraces free speech.  After all, there is no compulsion in religion  :-q

Joe remarked

After 50 years of discrimination against the "non-ethnic" Malays (who remember, outnumbered the Malays 50 years ago), the country is now tipping into being majority Malay.  There are inadequate statistics to say why so many non-Malays have left Malaysia (but suspicion falls on the system of discrimination in favour of Malays).

Come on Joe, have you read this from the Government Tourist Board

To know Malaysia is to love Malaysia. A bubbling, bustling melting pot of races and religions where Malays, Indians, Chinese and many other ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony.

Multiculturalism has not only made Malaysia a gastronomical paradise, it has also made Malaysia home to hundreds of colourful festivals. It's no wonder that we love celebrating and socialising. As a people, Malaysians are very laid back, warm and friendly.

TOURISM MALAYSIA’s Malaysia: Truly Asia campaign recently won the Gold Award at Berlin’s International Tourism Bourse – the world’s largest and most important annual tourism and travel fair.

The 10-year-old campaign won for its international print advertisement of the country’s multi-racial, ethnic and eco-tourism attractions based on its continuing emphasis that the country offers nearly all aspects of Asia in one destination.

To date, the Malaysia: Truly Asia campaign has won nearly 30 top international awards and citations for its high-quality TV commercials and print advertisements, and also its marketing effectiveness in helping to increase the annual number of visitors to Malaysia.

The campaign was conceived, developed and nurtured by Malaysia’s ISC Group; founded and headed by marketing and advertising veteran Austen Zecha, who himself has been a permanent resident of Malaysia for more than 35 years although he is a Dutch citizen.

"The campaign’s basic premise that Malaysia is the melting pot of some of Asia’s greatest civilisations – the Malays, Chinese and Indians as well as other indigenous groups – still holds true and, equally important, that the essence of that is even more relevant in today’s chaotic world.

So what do we have here, Taquiya disguised as Malaysia: Truly Asia campaign.

If Malaysia was truly Asian, why the following

25% is the present Malaysian Chinese population, drop from 45% since1957 

7% is the present Malaysian Indians population, a drop from 12% since 1957.

2 millions Chinese Malaysians had emigrated to overseas since 40years ago due to unfair politics.

0.5 million Indians Malaysians had emigrated to overseas.

3 million Indonesians had migrated into Malaysia and became Malaysian citizens with Bumi/Malay status.

There are 600000 Chinese and Indians Malaysians with “red I/C” (a temporary identity card) and were rejected repeatedly when applying for citizenship for 40 years. Perhaps 60% of them had already passed away due to old age. This shows racism of how easily Indonesians got their citizenships compare with the Chinese and  Indians

Another fact, and I have witnessed the same in Indonesia, the Malays have more children than Chinese. The Chinese tend to invest in there children's education, where as the Malays invest in building mosques and doing the haji, and their childs education is left to lower quality islamic schools (yet the Malay elite put there kids into the higher quality Chinese schools)

So the Malaysian Chinese leave not only because of unfair treatment, but also their children can get a better education

48 Chinese primary schools closed down since 1968 

144 Indian primary schools closed down since 1968 

2637 Malay primary schools built since 1968 – 2000

The  government budget for Chinese primary schools is 2.5%. Indian schools got only 1%, Malay schools got 96.5%

While a Chinese parent with RM1000 salary (monthly) cannot get school-text-book-loan, and a Malay parent with RM2000 salary is eligible.

The government universities lecturers of non-Malay origins is 5%, reduced from about 70% in 1965 to only 5%  the reason Malaysia Education Ministry give full support for Malays only.

Only 5% is given to non-Malays for government scholarships .

STPM (High Study / A Level) Chinese top students could not get into the courses  that they aspired i.e. Medicine and doctors. Malays with only islamic studies can get into the course.

Out of all the 5 major banks in Malaysia, only one bank is owned by multi-racial, the rest are controlled by Malays.

99% of PETRONAS (the only petroleum company) directors are Malays, and the former Prime Minister work as Consultant in PETRONAS.

Only 3% of PETRONAS employees are Chinese.

99% of 2000 PETRONAS gasoline stations are owned by Malays.

All contractors working under PETRONAS projects must be “bumi’s status” (Malay).

No non-Malays staffs are legally required in Malay’s companies. But there must be 30% Malays staffs in Chinese companies. And big companies in Malaysia require a Malays hold as director status with 51% shareholder. Which this mean non-Malays own company needs to give their property to Malays. And non-Malays citizen can’t really own their business.

Only 5% of all new intake for government police, nurses, army, is non-Malays.

Only 2% is the present Chinese staff in Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF), drop from 40% in 1960…

Only 2% of non-Malays government employees in Putrajaya (Malaysia main government office). But Malays make up 98 %.

Only 7%  of Chinese government employees in the whole government (in 2004), drop from 30% in 1960. Only 2 positions for non-Malays in political status.

95% of government contracts are given to Malays; even it is an open tender. Non-Malays contractors tender the lower price and use better materials can’t get the contract 

 Business licensees are controlled by Malay government e.g. Taxi permits, Approved permits, etc. and all the license are given to government officer families.

80% of the Chinese rice millers in Kedah (north of peninsular Malaysia) had to be sold to Malay and controlled by Bernas (Government Org.) since 1980s. Otherwise, life is make difficult for Chinese rice millers.

100 big companies set up, owned and managed by Chinese Malaysians were taken over by government, and later managed by Malays since 1970′s

At least 10 Chinese owned bus companies  had to be sold to MARA or other Malay transport companies due to rejection by Malay authority to Chinese application for bus routes and rejection for their application for new buses.

 

 

These statistics back up all the views expressed to me by chinese Malaysians I've met in Britain and the US.  It is obviously a policy designed to "ethnically cleanse" Malaysia, but to do so at a generational level.  

Slow scale ethnic cleansing is another of those things that the UN seems to care so little about, unless it can be attributed to the actions of Jews, then strangely the UN is utterly obsessed with the issue.  

Hi Shiva!

Thanks for the stats.

Can you supply any source information for these statistics so that I may perhaps use some of this in a future article?

That would be very helpful for me.

Thank You!

Brother Mark:)



shiva said:

Joe remarked

After 50 years of discrimination against the "non-ethnic" Malays (who remember, outnumbered the Malays 50 years ago), the country is now tipping into being majority Malay.  There are inadequate statistics to say why so many non-Malays have left Malaysia (but suspicion falls on the system of discrimination in favour of Malays).

Come on Joe, have you read this from the Government Tourist Board

To know Malaysia is to love Malaysia. A bubbling, bustling melting pot of races and religions where Malays, Indians, Chinese and many other ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony.

Multiculturalism has not only made Malaysia a gastronomical paradise, it has also made Malaysia home to hundreds of colourful festivals. It's no wonder that we love celebrating and socialising. As a people, Malaysians are very laid back, warm and friendly.

TOURISM MALAYSIA’s Malaysia: Truly Asia campaign recently won the Gold Award at Berlin’s International Tourism Bourse – the world’s largest and most important annual tourism and travel fair.

The 10-year-old campaign won for its international print advertisement of the country’s multi-racial, ethnic and eco-tourism attractions based on its continuing emphasis that the country offers nearly all aspects of Asia in one destination.

To date, the Malaysia: Truly Asia campaign has won nearly 30 top international awards and citations for its high-quality TV commercials and print advertisements, and also its marketing effectiveness in helping to increase the annual number of visitors to Malaysia.

The campaign was conceived, developed and nurtured by Malaysia’s ISC Group; founded and headed by marketing and advertising veteran Austen Zecha, who himself has been a permanent resident of Malaysia for more than 35 years although he is a Dutch citizen.

"The campaign’s basic premise that Malaysia is the melting pot of some of Asia’s greatest civilisations – the Malays, Chinese and Indians as well as other indigenous groups – still holds true and, equally important, that the essence of that is even more relevant in today’s chaotic world.

So what do we have here, Taquiya disguised as Malaysia: Truly Asia campaign.

If Malaysia was truly Asian, why the following

25% is the present Malaysian Chinese population, drop from 45% since1957 

7% is the present Malaysian Indians population, a drop from 12% since 1957.

2 millions Chinese Malaysians had emigrated to overseas since 40years ago due to unfair politics.

0.5 million Indians Malaysians had emigrated to overseas.

3 million Indonesians had migrated into Malaysia and became Malaysian citizens with Bumi/Malay status.

There are 600000 Chinese and Indians Malaysians with “red I/C” (a temporary identity card) and were rejected repeatedly when applying for citizenship for 40 years. Perhaps 60% of them had already passed away due to old age. This shows racism of how easily Indonesians got their citizenships compare with the Chinese and  Indians

Another fact, and I have witnessed the same in Indonesia, the Malays have more children than Chinese. The Chinese tend to invest in there children's education, where as the Malays invest in building mosques and doing the haji, and their childs education is left to lower quality islamic schools (yet the Malay elite put there kids into the higher quality Chinese schools)

So the Malaysian Chinese leave not only because of unfair treatment, but also their children can get a better education

48 Chinese primary schools closed down since 1968 

144 Indian primary schools closed down since 1968 

2637 Malay primary schools built since 1968 – 2000

The  government budget for Chinese primary schools is 2.5%. Indian schools got only 1%, Malay schools got 96.5%

While a Chinese parent with RM1000 salary (monthly) cannot get school-text-book-loan, and a Malay parent with RM2000 salary is eligible.

The government universities lecturers of non-Malay origins is 5%, reduced from about 70% in 1965 to only 5%  the reason Malaysia Education Ministry give full support for Malays only.

Only 5% is given to non-Malays for government scholarships .

STPM (High Study / A Level) Chinese top students could not get into the courses  that they aspired i.e. Medicine and doctors. Malays with only islamic studies can get into the course.

Out of all the 5 major banks in Malaysia, only one bank is owned by multi-racial, the rest are controlled by Malays.

99% of PETRONAS (the only petroleum company) directors are Malays, and the former Prime Minister work as Consultant in PETRONAS.

Only 3% of PETRONAS employees are Chinese.

99% of 2000 PETRONAS gasoline stations are owned by Malays.

All contractors working under PETRONAS projects must be “bumi’s status” (Malay).

No non-Malays staffs are legally required in Malay’s companies. But there must be 30% Malays staffs in Chinese companies. And big companies in Malaysia require a Malays hold as director status with 51% shareholder. Which this mean non-Malays own company needs to give their property to Malays. And non-Malays citizen can’t really own their business.

Only 5% of all new intake for government police, nurses, army, is non-Malays.

Only 2% is the present Chinese staff in Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF), drop from 40% in 1960…

Only 2% of non-Malays government employees in Putrajaya (Malaysia main government office). But Malays make up 98 %.

Only 7%  of Chinese government employees in the whole government (in 2004), drop from 30% in 1960. Only 2 positions for non-Malays in political status.

95% of government contracts are given to Malays; even it is an open tender. Non-Malays contractors tender the lower price and use better materials can’t get the contract 

 Business licensees are controlled by Malay government e.g. Taxi permits, Approved permits, etc. and all the license are given to government officer families.

80% of the Chinese rice millers in Kedah (north of peninsular Malaysia) had to be sold to Malay and controlled by Bernas (Government Org.) since 1980s. Otherwise, life is make difficult for Chinese rice millers.

100 big companies set up, owned and managed by Chinese Malaysians were taken over by government, and later managed by Malays since 1970′s

At least 10 Chinese owned bus companies  had to be sold to MARA or other Malay transport companies due to rejection by Malay authority to Chinese application for bus routes and rejection for their application for new buses.

 

 

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1. SP Freedom of Speech
Any speech is allowed - except that advocating the end of these freedoms
2. SP Freedom of Election
Any party is allowed - except one advocating the end of these freedoms
3. SP Freedom from Voter Importation
Immigration is allowed - except where that changes the political demography (this is electoral fraud)
4. SP Freedom from Debt
The Central Bank is allowed to create debt - except where that debt burden can pass across a generation (25 years).

An additional Freedom from Religion is deducible if the law is applied equally to everyone:

  • Religious and cultural activities are exempt from legal oversight except where they intrude into the public sphere (Res Publica)"

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