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It takes a nation to protect the nation

Does anyone remember that time a few years ago when the Malaysian PM lectured the Western world on our 'islamophobia' and racism?  Well, talk about "people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones" - what a slimy hypocrite.  

Here's a few quick facts a Malaysian Chinese friend told me.
  • Housing: Malays get 10% discount on new housing regardless of income. Infidels pay full price.
  • Taxation: Malays pay much lower taxes than infidels
  • Investments: Malays have access to various Muslim-only government-backed investment schemes, with a yield of 8-12% per year (tax free)
  • Education: Muslims get free scholarships for overseas
  • Car Loan: Muslims get interest free / low interest loans
  • Business: any non-Muslim person with a business has to have a Muslim partner (but not the other way round).  The Muslim partner is generally dormant and just creaming off a free share of the profits.

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Malays (who must be Muslim by Malaysian law) also get discounts on new housing (10%), regardless of their income status. Infidels have to pay full price. Malays also pay much lower taxes than infidels and have access to various Muslim-only government-backed investment schemes, which range from 8-12% per year (tax free).

The Malay slash 'Bumiputra' first policy in Malaysia is a disguised jizya system. It's one of the reasons for a steady Indian-Chinese-Infidel exodus from Malaysia over the past 50 years (i.e. since Malaysian independence).
And yet Muslims will continue to say 'there is no compulsion in religion' .

This is the modern day equivilent of the pact of Umar; an Islamic aparthied.
thanks for the extra info Anti-Jihadist. It was just what I wanted.

Malaysia is a perfect example of Islamic hypocrisy.


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