Friday, June 23, 2006

For Naomi

I'm going out of my usual anecdote-style postings to pick a fight with some folks... and I need all the help I can get.

To the disappointment of some however, it doesn't involve jackhammers, tommy guns or molotov cocktails.

Those who personally know me may be aware of how riled up I can get about animal cruelty, to the extent that I have boycotted one of my favorite make-up brands since news broke out about its shady process of ingredient testing. Three years ago, I tried to make a loner effort in rallying against a baby elephant's mistreatment at The Royal London Circus (The Malay Mail *almost* picked up my story but the circus owner quickly stumped out my accusations). And now, a fresh incident has come to my knowledge from the Remember Sheena Campaign blog. It bears slight resemblance to some news that I shed some light on last year.

Reading about Naomi made me frustrated because I felt helpless. Sad because it was so uncalled for. Insulted because it happened in my own country where I and so many other citizens know better. Hopping mad because it seems that nothing is being done about it. This time round, I've popped a blood vessel. And retards can get quite ruffled when they pop a blood vessel.

The webpage explains the case in detail, and if you believe in the cause, your signature would be highly appreciated. (If you're a Malaysian, including your IC number would help in providing credibility to the list.)

The Justice For Naomi's Death Petition

Once I get a significant-enough number of signatures, I will be printing it all out and posting it to the local Department of Veterinary Services, as well as the major newspapers.

If there is an error in trying to post a signature, you can also copy the following text, amend it if you'd like to add your own comments, and email it back to me at

davina.goh@gmail.com

To: Department of Veterinary Services, Malaysia

Re: Justice for Naomi's Death

Naomi, a nine-year-old tabby cat, was slightly ill so on 23rd March 2006, her owner, Raihana Souket Ali (of Bukit Mertajam, Penang, Malaysia) had decided to board her at a government clinic - Jabatan Haiwan Bukit Mertajam (JHBM), Penang.

Based on the clinic's promises to look after her, Naomi was left in its care. Four days later, when Raihana's family returned to collect her on 27th March, they were informed that she had died.

The family could not find out when exactly she had died, but Naomi was found lying in a very small cage, infested with flies and ants. Upon investigation, it was revealed that she had been locked in there since she was admitted, and had not been fed water or food the entire four days she was there.

JHBM officials refused to take responsibility and deflected the blame between each other, claiming each had thought the other would feed Naomi. But no one did.

Three months on, Raihana struggles to accept how Naomi has died, and she has desperately fought for justice over this unspeakable tragedy. She has made complaints to officials and their heads, including a letter she sent to Mr Mohd Radzuan bin Malek, Dept of Veterinary Services, Headquarters, Wisma Tani, Level 2, Podium Block 1A, Lot 4GI, Precient 4, Federal Government Administrative Centre, 62630 Putrajaya. She still awaits a reply to this day.

The death of Naomi was completely avoidable, and with one case of inexcusable human error being made public, who knows how many more animals have died or risk suffering and death under the careless hands that run JHBM.

I strongly urge for:

1) The Malaysian Department of Veterinary Services to conduct a thorough investigation into the case of the needless death by starvation of the feline patient, named Naomi, between 23rd March and 27th March 2006, at Jabatan Haiwan Bukit Mertajam (JHBM), Penang, Malaysia.

2) Immediate action to be taken against the individuals employed at JHBM, who were directly and indirectly involved and consequently responsible for the death of Naomi.

3) All animals under the care of JHBM from this day forth to be treated with adequate care and respect in a clean and healthy environment, in conjunction with universally stringent policies and regulations regarding hygiene and patient welfare that stand in any other animal hospital/clinic in the world. For JHBM employees to constantly monitor and ensure, to the best of their ability, the mental, emotional and physical well-being of their patients during their stay at the premises.

Sincerely yours,
-Name-
-IC Number (if applicable)-
-City/Country-

I will print out the letter for you and send it together with the petition list.

Hopefully together we'd be able to make a difference about the ignorance about animal abuse in Malaysia.

Thanks a ton people. Like, totally.

19 Comments:

Blogger cyber-red said...

check ur email babe =)

10:58 PM  
Blogger cyber-red said...

ohmygawd my silliness ignore the email - i've signed the petition already har har

11:50 PM  
Blogger disco-very said...

cyber-red,
got both. :) thanks a ton woman! hope work's been good.

4:52 PM  
Anonymous Syakir Khalid said...

I hope Naomi takes legal action, I am sure JHBM's action (or lack of) is a breach of contract. That way, she can claim damages.

12:07 AM  
Anonymous Jon said...

That is absolutely terrible. Hope you can get something done over there.

5:32 AM  
Anonymous tim said...

Hi everyone……….My parent was spend over RM300K to send me to oversea study medicine. Why can't I study at Malaysia university? Everyone knows why.

I am agree that Orang Asli was the real bumis but not the malays. Malays claim themselves the bumis just sound like robbery.

I was a Buddhist, I got study about Bible, Hindu, and Quran over this few years, but I seriously doubt that is the Quran correct? Why suicide bombers are almost always Muslims? What make them kill innocent people and strongly believe that he/she will go to heaven? Not in any other religion.

Nowadays, I understand one fact, if you want to make good friend with malays, the best and the simple, useful way is talk Quran and Islam with them, criticise other races, e.g. American or other religion with them, they love you like anything.

Sorry to say, I know is not polite and not moral to do, but it was my real experiences. It make me remember one incidence - one of my patient, a old malay female, telling me that tsunami was the punishment of Allah to the white people, I wonder and ask why, she said because the white people dominated the world and Allah unhappy……….sound crazy, if I not mistaken, most sacrificers were Muslims, right?

And tsunami landed in Muslim countries anyways. Of cause I can't argue with her, it might make her blood pressure gone up and kill her, and I become murder……….oh God, no way.

My family, my girlfriend very much encourage me to emigrate oversea, like Australia, UK, US, but just……….I can't left without my family, and our 'comrade' Indians, I am very depress about that.

If God offer me the power, I would move all non-Muslims out of Malaysia. And one friend told me that, sound crazy and nonsense, but fun to think of - all non-Muslims over the world must spend all the money to US government, let the America build a nice city in moon, then we peacefully send all Muslims to moon and let them be, they can kill, fight, eat each other, boom here and there, and it was nothing to do with us non-Muslims, in the peaceful earth……….hahaha.

2:05 AM  
Anonymous reek said...

Asked if this matter will erode investor confidence, Najib said he did not think so. "I think we can convince them that this is a stable government and we have a strong mandate," he said.

Why are all these BN goons keep talking about we have a strong mandate, each time there is some talk against BN.

You BN goons, please get the facts right, you are given such a big mandate is because of your reform pledge in the general election to create a accountable, clean, democratic, efficient, incorruptible, transparent administration.

What ever you are doing now is not in accordance to your election pledges, so please stop talking about the huge mandate that you received in the last election to counter all the nonsense things you all goons are doing right now.

This is a test of integrity, openness, quality, reform, corruptively and stupidity of the government voted. Thanks again for those who voted the ruling

This public debate will be good for Malaysia in the long term. Those in power should not be isolated from the views of the people, and anyone who has broken laws should not be given any amnesty.

We have had so many reports on corruption etc and the best the government can do is to consider a whistle-blowers act.

Dog fight! Dog fight! Let them fight! Then all the skeletons in the cupboards will emerge! Then we will all know all! Life then will be more interesting in Bolehland!

Do not trust Pak Lah. All these talk of democracy, integrity, transparency, or whatever slogans are lies. Pak Lah said he wants to listen to the truth, but when the truth from the people is something which he doesn't like to hear, he silenced the people.

It is a little early to be talking about his legacy unless we don't expect him to survive the next party elections. Pak Lah has opted to remain silent because he is unsure of what to do and certainly does not want to be putting or seen to be putting his finger up to the winds in order to find which way the wind blows.

This prime minister is facing opposition on all fronts - outside and inside, something obvious to all of us. Umno does not want to be seen like it is unable to manage differences between the factions.

Cursed will be cursed. Highly educated will talk of improving the country. Request advice Pak Lah does not take minister like the person who do not use the brain and do not just fill the gap. Very sad who selected low mentality minister.

Mahathir should relax and rest and visit overseas. Nobody respect him for what he did in the past. Pak Lah just ignore and continue improvement of the country and select well-educated and civilized minister in the parliament not like the above.

The prime minister is no match for Mahathir, in foresight, wisdom, or to engage in a repartee with him. Pak Lah is incapable of entering into a debate with Mahathir. The inability of an entire cabinet to confront one old man shows the weakness of this administration. Wonder how it can manage the country.

Some of our elected representatives appeared more like "gangsters" when they speak in parliament, while some of them talk like small boy with shallow mentality.

Naturally, we cannot move faster. In fact we are going backward. This is the result of a policy with special emphasis on manufacturing a level playing field, which has started to back fire, after reaching saturation point

Some of them representatives in the parliament especially the ruling party are really behaving like clowns and with this third class mentality representing their constituencies, we would be having third class status in the eyes of the world.

These people should be debating important national issues rather than poking fun at the opposing sides calling all types of names. It is a disgrace and with calibre of representatives, how on earth are we going to achieve the so-called "developed" status in the year 2020.We must be dreaming and maybe in the year 2200!

2:09 AM  
Anonymous samp said...

This race stereotyping is actually the work of the present day government, headed by the Umno racist using race and religion as a tool to stay in power.

The native of this land a.k.a. son of the soil are the Orang Asli (Dayak, Jakun, Sakai, etc) in Peninsula and the natives (Dusun, Iban, Kadazan, etc) of Borneo. Not you malays arrogant pieces of shit!

Before the arrival of Islam into Malaya, the different races live in harmony without questioning religion or race. They may be cultural different but they accepted each other.

After independence, race was used by the Umno racist, and then formulated the NEP, which divided everyone. The Umno fascist use Islam in schools, universities and workplace to segregate, and in the name of fighting PAS.

The modus operandi of Umno has always be, divide and rule, and the devil is in the details and implementation of the religious department.

Umno is king creating diversion when they are cornered, use race and religion. Race and religion is the most explosive issues and they have used it successfully since independence.

All this is done to perpetuate their hold on political power. It is for Umno benefits to play the race card, because this is the only way to ensure their hold on to political power. And 50 long years have proven them right. The race card works well and works every time!

They have succeeded in keeping the races apart socially, and fanned animosity amongst the races with their racist and discriminatory politics.

All give politically reasoning - well here goes a correct one - malay is lazy because of Islam.

How can one pray 5 times and yet be expected to be productive? Wait for the foreigners to come and set up their factory and having to cater for Islam needs!

If malays embrace other religion then there is hope for Malaysia……….otherwise your hope is in the existence of Umno terrorist liars - don't count on them being there forever - we are factoring in Umno racist absence in our business plan!

The problem with malays is that they forget too easily. It was the Chinese, Indians and Malays who fought for the independence.

The NEP was design to help malays catch up with the Chinese and the Indians. Now looks like after 40 years, the malays are still behind and very proud of it.

Still want to receive handouts from the government! Still afraid to fight it out on fair ground with the Chinese, Indians and other races! Fearful is the malay race!

Without the government subsidies and support - I don't know how many malay businesses will still stand? So when can we see some towering malays and who dare to refuse government help and still succeed?

Grabbing other people success and call it your own success is not success but a disgrace!

Their laziness caused the nation's economy to slump and resources are wasted. They take 5 days to complete a day work. Malays always think that they are helping the other races when they are lazy. For God sake, please wake up! You are doing it for your own, not for anybody!

Majority of the nation need to be educated again. On the meaning of Malaysia.

2:11 AM  
Anonymous julee said...

Let me tell you - one told us exactly what was to come, what to expect from the Malaysia racist government. So this is what I did.

I decided to have only two children! Give the best education within my means. Do extra jobs, save as much as I could, invest wisely in unit trusts, etc.

My children did remarkably well in the SPM. I told them not to apply for any scholarships for local universities. You see, I did not want them to go through the trauma of being discriminated against for being a Malaysian with the wrong name and skin colour.

I sent them for a twinning program in one of the local private colleges for the first 2 years and the remaining 2 years in the US.

They didn't need to take a loan and be beholden to a racist government. Now they are free to work wherever they want. In fact I have advised them not to return to Malaysia and make their homes elsewhere.

As I see it, there is no future for them and their children in this country. Discrimination will be even more pronounced as the years go by. Islamization will slowly but surely creep into all aspects of our lives.

Malay dominance is now fully in place and from now on discrimination will take alarming proportions but we will not be able to lift one finger to undo the damage. We are helpless.

Now we have reached a stage where we do not even have the right to a dead body (remember Moorthy)! Even to keep a pet dog is being discouraged by imposing absurd regulation and rules. A rich malay gets a discount for buying house without admitting that the discount is paid for by the non-malays.

You can call me what you like. I have made a choice for my children's future. Why should they serve a country that has been discriminating them since childhood! You discriminate and expect loyalty?

2:14 AM  
Anonymous yuking said...

In history, teacher said that we must accept this injustice because the malays let us to live here as one of their citizens, if it wasn't of their tolerance, we wouldn't be here - during the time before we independence, they keep objects of we existence on this country until they achieve an agreement, where they are the more superior ones.

Shit……….brainwash, nowadays even the text books about our country history can't be trusted, they intended to brainwash the younger generation so that they might thought that it was the malays who are the ones who made Malaysia like this today!

But what can we do since such issue is sensitive in our country, talking against it will cost we severely……….And they say, Malaysia is a democratic world.

Hello you asked………."You got to give credit to Umno and Umno Youth for the current state of affairs in the country." If you meant language wise in its literary sense - I am packing up and won't come back for anymore banter with thee!

They did a pretty good job in creating the current blooming mess in the country, don't they?

The brain drain, the closed tenders to undeserving contractors, the condoning of keris wielding, the continuing mutual racial suspicions that got worse since 1957, the crony-politics, the fly-by-night millionaires with homes that are gold plated and helicopter pads, the schools, the university entrance, the annual scholarship fiasco……….you name it. You got give them credit for them?

Truth hurts but truth really prevails……….this country sucks!

2:19 AM  
Anonymous vovo said...

First of all, are we (the non-malays, that is) really to believe that the government will abolish or tone down the New Economic Policy in the near future?

We must be realistic, if you have the right to buy a property at a discount and have scholarships for your children, would you let go of these rights?

With Chinese population dwindling in Malaysia, what needs to be done depends on the Chinese themselves.

There is nothing wrong with the brain drain. In fact, we should encourage our children to move to Singapore, Taiwan, China etc, if we disagree with Malaysian government policies that are based on race and religion.

When it comes to the matter of the dwindling number of Chinese Malaysians, we should talk about quality, not quantity.

We should resolve why the Chinese-Malaysian population is reducing. Official figures have more than one million Chinese Malaysians emigrating over the past 25 years. Why did they emigrate? I am sure the government knows.

Straight A students can't get scholarships or university places. Nothing new, it is been that way for the past 35 years. Nowadays, even enlightened malay Malaysians are speaking up on this injustice. The MCA and Gerakan? Busy making money from private colleges.

What is so great about having TAR College or Utar which took more than 35 years of begging? Why should it be so difficult to set up an independent university when we have scores of public ones?

While we push young talented people away, other countries notably Singapore, the US and Australia welcome them with open arms.

Is it logical that we drive away our young talented ones and then invite retired Mat Sallehs to live here and exploit our low-cost of living?

Singapore's success in particular owes much to these ex-Malaysians or their descendants including Hon Sui Sen, Goh Keng Swee, Goh Chok Tong, just to name a few.

About 30 percent of top management in both Singapore's government and corporate sector are ex-Malaysians. We export them so that Singapore can compete with, and then whack us.

Korea and Taiwan, both way behind us in the 70s and 80s are now way ahead. Thailand is breathing down our necks.

Sadly, there is just no integrity in the nation's leadership.

2:21 AM  
Anonymous miya said...

Mahathir knows how to spend only. He complains Singapore not willing to foot them even an extra single cent. Millions of ringgit. To achieve his vision, he only knows how to spend our EPF and Petronas money, and not making productive use of the resources - max return rates.

I say he is just plain lucky. During his time, China is just sleeping. Now, do he think he can compete with China? Mahathir did nothing to ensure Malaysia has other advantages. Today we depend mainly on oil and other industries using other sub-Indonesia continent labours.

First, Mahathir did not think Pak Lah would have been so bad or dare to do what he is doing now, otherwise he would have handed the job to Najib.

Second, Pak Lah must have regretted for not replacing those corrupted and so-called "half past six" ministers in the first place.

If he knew, I am sure he would have replaced all of them. Obviously, he lacks the necessary skill to read peoples mind. You need to be a psychic to be able to read the future accurately.

I think Mahathir is quite good in this……….He will be remembered as a "strong trouble maker" while Pak Lah a "weak prime minister". Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore must be laughing until he coughs blood!

This political bashing is already damaging our international reputation and affecting foreign investment decisions. I believe that if there is a stronger opposition in parliament, the ruling party members will be more careful about what they say and do in public.

The problem is now they are too "thick" skinned as they perceive they have immunity in parliament due to their overwhelming majority. They must be denied of this in the next election. Enough said.

2:24 AM  
Anonymous aston said...

The malays are a truly hypocrite bunch of people. All this bullshit about the 'freedom of religion' as only appears to apply to anyone but not the malays!

The malays have made Islam such a hated religion with many man-made laws and impositions, all to suit their own convenience, and yet they claim to be 'Islamic' without even practicing the religion as it was intended to be practiced.

If Malaysia only wants Islam, then get rid of all the other races and live truly as 'Malay'sia, and see the country being destroyed by brainless malays monkeys in a matter of one year!

Why can't all races live in harmony? Why must anything that is related to Islam be such a huge contentious issue?

What the hell is the Syariah Court? These so-called Syariah 'lawyers' are a joke to the legal profession. The travesty of justice in Malaysia regarding converts to Islam especially is demeaning and a pathetic joke.

The Federal Court which is the supreme legal authority in Malaysia is 'impotent' against this useless Syariah Court when it comes to matters dealing with conversion! What absolute rubbish!

The malays are nothing but over-zealous hypocrites who don't even understand Islam in the proper context, let alone profess to practice it!

If malays want to progress in the world, you malays will have to rid the notion of God and your religion. It is your backward religion that is holding you back from every strata.

Look at Muslim countries. They are absolutely backwards in every aspect, living in the most poverty-ridden corners. But when it comes to religion, and building mosques which is half empty always, they build the best ones. Ignoring the poor people who live in shacks.

In Malaysia there is a mosque about every 100km and now they are built along the main streets of all towns. Is it to prove that you malays are so very religious? You malays think that every one has only sex in their mind all the time! This is a fault that undermines humans.

Now you malays have to rid your backward religion and go forward. And you malays must learn to accept that there is no God but dog.

Malaysia will never achieve developed status, certainly not with the malays. At least Mahathir built two tall structures that got the attention of the world, as he knew that the intellectual 'capabilities' of the malays were as good as a cow in the paddy field, regardless of any kind of miracle!

Despite all that the Malaysia government has been doing for the malays for ages, the malays are still way behind in terms of everything. They are lazy and have become so accustomed to handouts that they refuse to work to earn an honest living.

It is very sad. Why can't all races compete fairly? Remove all the barriers and ensure free competition based on merit and capability, rather than by race. Will that ever happen?

Everything in Malaysia is a joke when it comes to the malays. They are laughed at by everyone in this world for being incompetent, lazy, useless morons.

Be like Raja Petra……….a self-made man to be proud of, also a malay that is objective and can distinguish right from wrong.

2:26 AM  
Anonymous fargowin said...

Many countries have tried to develop an IT industry much earlier, and with more and better resources and better government than us Malaysia, and have not succeeded.

The chance of us succeeding given our handicaps was never good and will never be good. It begins with poor politics, then poor government, then poor education, and then poor business environment (e.g. small market).

What is remarkable to me is that some people have managed to make good money and build companies despite our problems - Mobif, Jobstreet, Green Packet, etc. These people proof that the government is more in the way for developing the industry than helping it.

In fact, the government would do better to get out of the way rather actually have any sort of grand plan like MSC. The real only way the government can help is by having open competitive bidding in government procurement of IT and putting competent people in charge of that.

Nothing else they do would really mean anything much. I would argue all the spending on grand projects, computer labs, computer courses etc, amount to basically waste.

There is no hope of the MSC really succeeding, but we can still benefit from better IT and that perhaps is, would be better because at least it means less waste.

The truth is there - it is no real strategy. MSC was never a great idea - it was an opportunity for government spending more than anything else and as Bill Gates told us very politely, it would not work because of that.

A couple of years ago, there was this idea of attracting Malaysians overseas to come back to run Malaysia GLCs. Among my extensive overseas network of business and personal associates abroad, they discussed it and unanimously shot down the idea.

The reason? Quote: "Smart people can't stand inconsistencies in fact they rely on it. Malaysia politics make things too inconsistent to do the kind of work they do."

You want to know why they will never attract the best in public service? At one time, we all agreed what the future of Malaysia was and will always be - secular, rule of law, multi-racial, meritocracy. Today, even among those in power, there is no agreement on these basic things.

Why would the best people subject themselves to these inconsistencies? Maybe naivety but how long will that last and how many?

For every one brain that comes in, fifty brains will leave the country. With the affirmative policies in place, do not talk about attracting the brain. For decades, Malaysia was losing its best people to developed countries and taking rejects from developing countries.

Please forget about bring back those lost brains, while we can keep those bright students now and love them and care for them!

First, the country and government has to figure out what it want to be first before it can really retain the best, otherwise we are merely exploiting those who do not have better choices elsewhere.

I still remember of my junior wanted to serve in our Malaysia air force and he was able to design some fighters, but instead he was not retained, he headed south Singapore and he was happily married down there, has a happy family and no way back!

People with the best brains inadvertently mean they know how to think. Therefore they are wise enough not to choose Malaysia as their destination, as it could spell disaster to their reputation as we work differently. Singapore will still be the ideal landing point of such calibre people.

Malaysia will forever be suffering from a massive "brain drain" so long as the Umno-led government keeps in place the malay agenda. To forego the agenda is too costly sacrifice which the Umno-malays cannot make. A clear symptom of an inferiority complex.

2:30 AM  
Anonymous kok said...

Talk about education in Malaysia makes me sick. If getting scholarships was such a nightmare, now getting a place being self-funded is also having problem? What next?

This place stinks of people who misuse power. What happen to goodness above all? Don't they know what they are doing is a sin? Sigh.

Every damn thing here is discriminated - wealth, title, skin, gender, connection, etc. I have known all of such cases personally, both who have been discriminated and those who were benefiting from it. And it makes me sick seeing them live their life ignorant of the misdeeds that have gotten them there. And some even intentionally flaunt it. What a scum.

Quote: For goodness sake. Why don't people learn to buck up and move on? So you didn't get a university place this time. Find some other opportunity. When there is a will, there is a way. Too often, although ways get broken from too-fragile wills.

Yes, people are indeed moving on, look at the number of fantastic students who struggled at all means to continue their study overseas when they are not getting any offer locally (and as a result, most probably never return to Malaysia).

These people should be deserving a place in local education institution if they qualify. Remember, their parents are taxpayers too. Ever wonder why is brain drain such a serious problem in Malaysia?

Indeed it is quite refreshing to see some young people having such a positive attitude. But I guess the real issue here is not only on attitude. It is about our rights, as taxpayers.

All citizens including myself pay full taxes every year. If my son has all As and also very active in extra curricular activities, I fully believe he is entitled to a place in our local university.

It is due to this kind of policies that many good talents have left the country for good. And that is the issue and consequences of having "crooked" policies, not just only attitude. Please walk a mile in their shoes, then you will understand their frustration and disappointments.

What is the use of being a Malaysian citizen when one doesn't even have the right to study the course of his/her choice despite getting good results? Where is the logic and fairness in that?

2:31 AM  
Anonymous vesewe said...

Show me when do the malays consult or ever extend their hands in friendship. Do the malays really treat non-malays with equity and fairness?

Seriously, I think all races in Malaysia treat each others at arms length. The malays expect other races to kowtow to them and never the way around. For example, Chinese and Indians were made to study and learn malay culture but the malays are not made to study or learn Chinese or Indian culture.

Why do the malays have to be in a superior position (oppressive one at that) all the time? What is wrong for Malaysia to have, say a Chinese chief justice or Indian chief of armed forces or even a prime minister!

How do we expect them to continue with their goodwill if we do not ever treat them fair and with equity? I think the malays are paranoid and are projecting their own insecurity onto others.

That is my point and it is time that we begin to envision the land of ours from an inclusively point of view instead of exclusivity point of view. We have to begin this starting point somehow, somewhere and the time is now.

As an adult, trying to make it in the real world, I have developed a clear understanding of what goes on around me.

And this what I believe is the real situation in Malaysia. As long as the malays get their way in how things are done in Malaysia - there will never be any serious development in Malaysia.

This is the fundamental. Please avoid giving example of successful malays, because economically, the numbers are too darn low to mean anything. Negligible they call it.

Malays must realise that as humans - they are I suppose equal. But as people, they have attitude that is exactly like the aborigines of Africa. Completely hopeless, no matter what you give them.

The malays can never win - for as long as they chose to do things the way it is done now. Eventually, the other races would consume them economically, and they would be second class citizens. This is a matter of time.

My opinion is - the only way for them to succeed, is to take away all special rights, and learns to get by on their own abilities. The weak and stupid malays would die - and only the bright ones would survive.

They are doing themselves a favour by taking away their special rights. Because look around you, the other races are getting stronger because our weak ones are dying.

We will continue to get stronger. And there will be a day, when we control all the financial means in the country. Then it is a matter of buying off each one of you puny malays……….and then take over the country.

You are wasting your time by presenting the facts. Fact means nothing to them and you should know that by now. The Malaysian Muslims are seriously stupid and severely retarded. I am simply having fun. I work with them everyday and I cannot describe to you their inability to formulate simple logic.

2:33 AM  
Anonymous ruyom said...

Malaysia has the misfortune of being ruled by Muslims, hence their intolerant attitude to you non-malays.

It was the Chinese and Indian minorities that have begun to lift Malaysia out of third world poverty, and those malay bastards should be grateful to them for this but like I said before, that is too much to ask from a Muslim.

Malaysia is a xenophobic country - the bitter truth is that malays are afraid of competition from other races - they are indeed lazy and want everything for free.

If Malaysia is to divide into two countries with malays taking the east and the west to the Chinese and the Indians - watch the malays starting to migrate to the west illegally for a better future.

It is no wonder Singapore is a country which is 50 years ahead of Malaysia. Malays are fool racists indeed.

The writer reader should know that most of non-malay community realised what the government have done to them is unforgiven.

If we still depending on government we won't be in top positions in overseas, for example (76% in NASA is Indians), two-thirds of the community of practicing doctors in Singapore is Malaysian Chinese.

We (non-malay community) have been proven our intelligence around the world but not in Malaysia. So what we have do just emigrate or use Malaysia as an investment base.

Actually we (non-malays) should know that government will never change their policies unless there is a protest, here we don't do that……….That is the problem - anything the government says we just simply raise the Barisan flag.

It will be good idea if we emigrate, like one say in English, 'Where is a will, there is a way.'

But always remember the 'will' for non-malays is not in Malaysia.

2:35 AM  
Anonymous syakir khalid said...

I wish I can edit my last post, I meant to say 'Raihana Souket Ali' instead of 'Naomi'.

Also, I think the current discussion has gone totally off of Davina's original topic and cause. There are some relevnat points raised (although harshly and incorrectly expressed) but if one always go off course, then the original problem will never be solved. Remember we are trying to stop another pet from the same fate as Naomi here.

3:34 AM  
Blogger disco-very said...

this conversation has taken me completely by surprise. as much as this debate is significant to the topic of Naomi to a certain extent, I do agree that it has gotten just a little off tangent. thanks for getting it back on track, Syakir Khalid.

Not to say that I don't have my own grouses. But if I were to focus on the issues brought up in this discussion, it would need a completely new blog entry! :P

Thanks nevertheless to everyone for your thought-provoking comments about the state of our country.

5:15 PM  

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