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Sakmongkol ak 47

Sunday 20 December 2009

The Brahmin Bumiputera vs the Pariah Bumiputera

Let me begin with a story. I invite you to spot the difference between a Brahmin Bumiputera and a Pariah Bumiputera.

Sometime ago, Halim Saad of Renong fame, got a contract to lay submarine cables. These are communication cables made from fiber optics. They were to be supplied by a local company. Call it Xco Sdn. Bhd. That wouldn't be hard to identify, because the supply of optical cables was and is monopolized by only one company.

The contract to install the submerged cables was quite lucrative. The person associated with the supply of optic cables wanted a piece of the action. It's a natural extension of our business, he declares. So he went over to randy Halim Saad and made an offer the latter couldn't refuse.

Halim Saad had to relent because Mr. Xco was exceedingly well connected. It was said, light could travel through the cable he had, faster than the best optic cables produced by Corning. Mr. Xco then was also developing one pristine Island off the coast of Sabah into a diver's haven.

He went to Halim Saad because Mr. Xco knows Halim Saad can understand where he is coming from. He comes from a world, where you get things by being who you are, by being from this genetic pool. Halim Saad can relate to these things- for he can relate to anyone being a member of MC-gay-gay whose membership entitles the members to get things as of right. He comes from a world where rules apply only to common folks and he, being of a special breed is excluded from mundane rules. He comes from a world where all the good things in life are meant only for the likes of him such as the phallic pleasures of driving in Porsche Cayennes or straddling in palatial mansions in Lorong Tun Ismail, somewhere in the pristine enclaves of KL, away from Proletarian Chow Kit. Halim Saad knows and understands all these.

In order to lay down the cables, Mr. Xco and his people bought and operated a cable laying vessel. She was christened SOB- not Son of A Bitch but Spirit of Borneo. So, she was put to use to lay down the cables with workers on board.

One day, an engineer who was doing consulting work inspected the vessel. To his horror, he found all the ship's certificates had expired. Anyone who operates or owns any type of ocean going vessel, will know that a ship must be certified seaworthy of ocean going. There are a number of certificates which any ship must pass upon inspection. The bloody SOB had nothing passed. It was unfit and not safe to operate with.

The engineer knew who owns the ship. What can he do? He can't complain to Halim Saad or the local authorities. What he did, was to complain to the union of ship workers which made such as ruckus that the SOB was taken out of service.

No sooner was it taken out; SOB was back in operations within the next 2 days. The leader of the shipping workers union called his engineer friend to ask whether he knows who the owner is. The engineer replied he didn't.

Who is Mr. Xco?

Mr. Xco illustrates how a special Bumiputera operates.

We shall not mention names. He is a typical Brahmin Bumiputera. The rest of the Bumiputera are the Pariah Bumiputeras. Hence, when we talk about Bumiputera, we must be clear as to which type of Bumiputera are we talking about? Some bumipteras are more equal than others.

How do you differentiate between the Brahmin Bumiputera and the Pariah Bumiputera?

First the Brahmin Bumiputera operates on the basis of his inherited stature. He advances in life on account of who he is. If he is from a distinguished genetic pool, what he wants he gets as of birthright.

Sociologists call this method of classifying people, as the ascriptive norm. You are placed on the hierarchy on the basis of who you are. Your being is more important to define your status- bloodline, old boy network, belonging to a particular grouping such as ANSARA or MCOBA etc.

The Brahmin Bumiputera is the naturally favored choice in anything. Because they are assumed to get things done by virtue of being who they are. In business he gets what he wants. In politics he expects to be given position. Political office, government position-all these are his exclusive province.

Rules apply only to plebeians and peasants. They don't apply to special Bumiputeras. Hence when we speak of Bumiputera special privileges, we actually mean, privileges for some special Bumiputeras.

The Pariah Bumiputera on the other hand has to qualify his way at every inch. He must qualify himself with superior education, superior talent and even superior morals. He must operate on the basis of what he can do society. He, the pariah Bumiputera operates on achieved norms- that is, he will judged in accordance to what he can do.

When it comes to rules and regulations, they apply more to the pariah Bumiputera than the Brahmin Bumiputera. Universal rules apply to common people, particular rules to special people.

Take one simple example. The behavior of people in relation to traffic lights. Everyone knows, the rule is, you never cross red lights. The universal rule is, if the lights are red, you must never cross it even when there is no traffic. But some people do cross red lights reasoning that they are no people. If caught, the people who flouted the rules are often excused because they are my brothers, relatives, members of my fraternity.

The above is a simple example of a Universalist or rule-based culture and a discretionary or particularist culture. In a rule-based culture, the approach is roughly: "What is good and right can be defined and ALWAYS applies."  In particularist cultures, far greater attention is given to the obligations of relationships and unique circumstances.  

Take the case of trying to cross the street at the red light that we gave above.   In a rule-based society, you will still be frowned at even if there is no traffic.  It tends to imply equality in the sense that all persons, or citizens, falling under the rule should be treated the same.  But in societies like like ours for example, where particularist judgements focus on the exceptional nature of circumstances, it is likely to be OK with one if it is his/her brothers or friends that violate the traffic rule. 

Thus for example, Dato Mohamad Abdul Aziz is likely to apply strict moral and whatever measures of censure on ordinary individuals but will likely excuse Bung Mokhtar. The Bung Mokhtars of this world are not just "citizens", but their "friends" or "brothers".  This difference probably explains why there have been difficulties in implementing a judicial system that is credible in our country.

In morals, the pariah Bumiputera has to be whiter than white. The Brahmin Bumiputera is not censurable by any measures of moral sanctions. Accordingly the Brahmin Bumiputera is  genetically immune to moral and religious censures. It is therefore all right for him to commit religious and moral transgressions. That is all part of his genetic immunity.

The pariah Bumiputera faces the terrible wrath of the moral gendarmerie and religious carabinieri. Woe betides if he is seen partaking in intoxicants or found in the company of intoxicated company. He or she can get caned. But the Brahmin Bumiputera even if he opens establishments selling liquor and other intoxicants or even owns a substantial share in a brewing company is spared the punishments or moral censure of any kind.

In treating others, Brahmin Bumiputeras and pariah Bumiputeras operate differently. The Brahmin Bumiputera acts as though he owns other people. Hence, the private space of others belongs to him and he may enter and goes as he pleases. Sociologists call this method of treating others as a social practise in diffuse culture. He is the master and lord over all others. It's the replay of the feudal chieftain bossing over the serfs. The boss-subordinate relationship usually does not stop only in the office or in the boss-worker relationship as contractually defined. The boss is likely to have a say in other aspects of his/her employee's personal life.   The boss owns everything.

What a modern and democratic society wants is specific work culture, where an individual's life space is free from the encroachment of others. This is also an element of genuine freedom- i.e. to be from the control of others. In such a society, the leader would segregate out the task relationship he/she has with a subordinate, and insulates this "work relationship" from other dealings.  Therefore, the leader's authority only reaches where his/her work relationship with the subordinate is defined, and each area in which the two persons encounter each other is considered apart from the other.  Work and life are sharply separated in specific-oriented cultures.

Non Bumiputera Malaysians I encounter do not fear the ordinary Bumiputera and can understand and accept Bumputraism. By that we mean, the adoption of policies designed to correct the imbalances and historical accidents in which the majority of Malay Malaysians find themselves in. Except, they expect it as mandatory, that the polices so designed work in such a way as to encourage the ordinary Bumiputera 'stepping out' from self imposed and imagined limitations.

What they fear most are the special Bumiputeras or the Brahmin Bumiputeras. Because these people expect to be given what everyone aspires and wants in life as a matter of birthright.


Anonymous,  20 December 2009 at 14:00  

Now we know who the real traitors are..

nick 20 December 2009 at 15:17  

Finally, the unabridged truth about "KETUANAN MELAYU" or in other word, "How Malays were misled,conned and swindled by Mahathir, his family, friends, cronies and the faithful "mahathirist" in UMNO, the Malaysian civil service and government.

It is so difficult to finally say it out loud? BUT then, better late than never!


Peter,  20 December 2009 at 15:25  

What a piece !!

Anonymous,  20 December 2009 at 15:46  

My Malay friend says it eloquently and proudly, "Saya anak Melayu bukan Bumiputra", becuase everything he had and his childrens' education was based on their hardwork and his hard labour.

Anonymous,  20 December 2009 at 16:00  

Then there is the Bumiputra Brahmin like AK who nurtures another Brahmin Bumiputra - like the oily Mr Xco's elder brother. And meantime Mr Xco's elder sister bitches on equality.
Go kiss my a*se.

syedhs 20 December 2009 at 17:31  

"Non Bumiputera Malaysians I encounter do not fear the ordinary Bumiputera and can understand and accept Bumputraism."

I have complete agreement with the statement above.

Sadly, what we often hear/read on the newspapers about 'ketuanan melayu' is much more about the so-called Brahmin Bumiputra.

Anonymous,  20 December 2009 at 17:56  

Yes Wenger, on the same token, Anwar, mahathir, najib, mukhriz, pak lah and even KJ are traitors for being brahmin bumis. Getting it all through connections.

Anonymous,  20 December 2009 at 18:16  

Very nice piece, Dato Sak !
Yes, he and his generations are the root of the problems.

He and his cahoots (current executives) dismantled the executive, parliament, judiciary branch including the monarchy and conveniently cant remember the mess he created.

We shall CONVERGE !!

Suci Dalam Debu 20 December 2009 at 18:17  


What a masterpiece!

In addition to the Brahmins and Pariahs, there is another big group (the largest in the world) with extended their families that "tak makan saman". Maybe you can elaborate on their excesses and enlightened us all without being called a DERHAKA.

Sir, it seems that you are an odd one out. Are you trying to affect change from within?

Maybe you could be more effective being outside than inside.

Yes, you can be an agent of change for the better.


Are You Gonna Go My Way,  20 December 2009 at 18:50  

The difference between a Brahmin bumiputra and the real Indian one is..the bumiputra pariah can climb up the rank. They might be a pariah once but through the connection...they get to become a brahmin.Just show your bank account and the car you drive and you will be upgraded to a brahmin.

These brahmin comes from all background..umno, pkr,pas, dap, mic etc..and yes i forgot to mention..there are chinese and indian , kadazan, iban brahmin too...(remember that chinese who become a tengku)

so please dont be too sad thinking..only the malays can become a brahmin. You can too...

Anonymous,  20 December 2009 at 21:54  

But they make the pariah type think that they are the "Tuans"! This way they can happily screw them without them knowing!

What a clever idea!

Anonymous,  20 December 2009 at 22:01  

How do you classify the TAK MAKAN SAMAN group? From my observations they probably received better deal than the Brahmin Bumiputra!

Anonymous,  20 December 2009 at 23:19  

Sir, that's an enlightening piece.
Please have it translated into Bahasa Melayu.

Anonymous,  21 December 2009 at 00:08  

A brilliant and honest piece of writing.Why arent you in the goverment?You are one of the many awesome leaders and educators in new malaya(MALAYSIA).PEACE BE UPON YOU.

Anonymous,  21 December 2009 at 00:21  

Those who want to decipher what Dato Sak wrote, read below link:

"... Time dotCom is, however, a company with much potential. This firm has in place a massive, completed and fully paid fibre-optic cable network spanning the peninsula, which gives it the possibility of capturing a large subscriber base for its telecommunication services.

Time dotCom’s RM1.9 billion IPO came under close scrutiny because the company was a debt-ridden, loss-making enterprise that did not have the necessary management expertise to develop its potential in the telecommunications industry. Time dotCom was also a subsidiary of Time Engineering, itself a publicly-listed company of the Renong Group controlled by Halim Saad.

Time Engineering, Renong and Halim are heavily mired in debts that they have had problems servicing. Renong is closely associated with UMNO, and Halim has publicly stated that he has served as a proxy for the party’s corporate assets.

What does the Time dotCom issue reveal?

First, it demonstrates how power in government has been increasingly concentrated in the hands of a small group of politicians, namely Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and Finance Minister Daim Zainuddin. In other words, this IPO provides further credence to the view that all other arms of the government and public institutions have become extremely subservient to the office of the executive.

Second, given this close nexus between politics and business, and the concentration of power in the government, it is questionable if most government policies and actions are undertaken in the public interest.

As the crisis deepened, many well connected businessmen, including Halim Saad and Tajudin Ramli, Finance Minister Daim’s business protégés, and Mirzan Mahathir, the Prime Minister’s son, found that the value of their corporate stock had shrunk drastically, leaving them with severe loan problems.

However, the criteria for determining who should be bailed out were based on a variety of considerations.

Renong and Proton, it seems, had to be saved to prevent Mahathir’s grand visions of creating Malay conglomerates and developing Malaysia’s car industry from being derailed.

There may have been personal reasons behind other bailouts. The Opposition parties charge that the government had acquired MAS equity at an inflated price to bail out Tajudin’s companies, which are deeply in debt.

There appeared to have been some differences among political elites as to whether there should be bailouts. The government’s acquisition of corporate assets owned by Mirzan’s debt-ridden firm, through a Petronas-controlled public company, was widely reported to have contributed to the problems between Mahathir and then Deputy Prime Minister, Anwar Ibrahim.

When these bailouts were implemented, no one seemed to have asked how these projects were conceived and whether their contracts were awarded in an open and transparent manner.

Anonymous,  21 December 2009 at 00:28  

Malaysia needs to be a republic if it is to be saved....the Brits made a grave error....

Anonymous,  21 December 2009 at 00:38  

How about somebody with inside knowledge spill the beans and let us know who are these people by names mentioned in this thread.

Time to expose their names.

Anonymous,  21 December 2009 at 00:43  

'BRAHMIN' Bumiputra???

Interesting choice of adjective... Brahmin is very indian.

These are the Indian Bumiputras in UMNO... .. what layman call UMNO MAMAKS.

No wonder RPK had said so many times that UMNO is run by Mamaks at the highest level.

Mahathir and his sons,Mirzan,Mokhzani and Mukhriz... their ancestors are from Kerala State India.Mahathir's full name is Mahathir s/o Iskandar Kutty.

What a correlation of ideas between Dato Sak's worrying article about Brahmin Bumiputras and RPK's concern about the influence of UMNO Mamaks.

Anonymous,  21 December 2009 at 04:03  

Unfortunately, in Tanah Melayun never in this world is so many bumuputras are conned by so few brahmin bumiputras. Similarly the Ketuanan melayu has fooled the main stream melayu. Wake up the real bumiputras before it is too late.

Khun Pana aka johanssm 21 December 2009 at 06:43  

Sawaadee krup Khun Sakmongkol 47.

Not many from the umno side are willing to admit such thing.
While there are some lower caste malays whom are given some privileges but those are just for show and publicity ,an eye wash.

While mega millions are pocketed by the high society untouchables malays.Some are not even real malays but cronies.
By now most of the Malays have seen the light and are shunning umno.
It is simple, the Muslims cannot be a real Muslim if condones such acts of inequality.

Do you foresee that umno will divide and split ways in the very near future? The rest of the bn parties are already at it.

Suci Dalam Debu 21 December 2009 at 07:43  


"Unfortunately, in Tanah Melayun never in this world is so many bumuputras are conned by so few brahmin bumiputras."

Churchill would be proud of you.

What is sad is that the Pariah Bumiputera is perfectly happy with the status quo after fed crumbs and brainwashed by UMNO, BTN, Utusan etc.

They would not even hesitate to kill you when you try to tell them thinking that you are trampelling on their KETUANAN MELAYU Rights.

Sir Sak,

Please translate and submit this article to Utusan Malaysia. You think it will see the daylight.

Anonymous,  21 December 2009 at 10:40  

Interesting. But please don't be unkind to Mahathir Kutty. He has worked hard to have the tallest flag pole, even Petronas twin towers (another phallic symbol, I hear you say but please don't joke about a little appendage), space program, becoming a Melayu (instead of remaning a hard working garden variety mamak), giving us the national motokar,etc, etc. Hidup Mamak, I say.

tmf 21 December 2009 at 10:58  

Dear Nick, it is so difficult for a few good UMNO guys to say it out loud? Imagine how much more difficult it is for the non-Malays to keep swallowing the bitterness of being used as soft-target to divert the attention of the poor Malays all this years.

Anonymous,  21 December 2009 at 11:33  

Anon 17:56
Don't you dare call Anwar a traitor. Why not stop being a coward and show us your true self identity!

ahoo,  21 December 2009 at 12:26  

So very well written and straight from your heart, SIR ! I am one of the many " ABM " and a third generation pariah Malaysian from the Eastern block. It hurts so much to see that a small group of elites people own the entire country in terms of contracts etc.

Even worse is the fact that this country is one of the only place on this planet earth where one can change the status of one's race ???

With so many billions plundered and many more billions wasted through losses, how are the lower caste bumiputeras going to survive in this global age ? I sincerely urged all right minded bumiputeras to stand up and be counted. Take back this beloved nation from those corrupted politicians before they milked dry the natural resources.

We respect all honourable politicians that care for the people BUT abhor those that robbed us blind through their connection with the upper echelon politikus.

Are You Gonna Go My Way,  21 December 2009 at 12:49  

With your permission Dato,


I respect you and your ideas,,as much as I respect all the bloggers whether pro government or pro opposition, pro tun or pro kj...because the way they put forward their argument.Some had become childish by calling names and all...hey we need some entertainment sometimes.

however, by giving a one liner and saying "dont you dare call Anwar traitor"'re giving a conflicting signal on what you actually stand up for...

as if you want PKR to win the next election? Whether you like it or're considered as the spoke person for our Mr.KJ in bloggersphere...Your latest blog is about Anwar too...

You're giving a signal telling people that "KJ wins, Anwar In" you agree with my assessment?

This is interesting, tell me more...please

Donplaypuks® 21 December 2009 at 13:30  

Ther's no use hiding behind tags like Brahmin to try and mitigate what is not just a M'sian problem.

Pure, unrestrained greed has been allowed to flourish by those we elected and trusted to do a good policing job. Instead, the 'trusted' ones themselves dipped their hands into the till, and when caught red-handed, covered it all up with OSA, ISA, PPA etc.

In the end, all roads lead to Rome - that of Dr.M and and his chief priest Diam, Diam sahaja!!

We are all of 1 race, the Human Race

Unknown 21 December 2009 at 15:35  

A brilliant piece, Dato'! I salute your courage and effort to tell it like it is. We need more Malaysians like you in the forefront for our nation to truly progress.

Please keep up the excellent blogging and exposé pieces.

May the Almighty bless and protect you and yours always.

zorro 21 December 2009 at 18:32  

Datuk Sak, I marvel again at the dexterity with which you "find" the missing pieces of our complicated jig-saw-puzzle. Salutations is appropriate and well-earned here, Sir!

Anonymous,  21 December 2009 at 19:22  


"Anon 17:56
Don't you dare call Anwar a traitor. Why not stop being a coward and show us your true self identity!"

Show your identity first la Wenger...

Kokok berdegar degar.. sendiri takde telooor... hehehe

Anon 17:56

SiamangBukit 21 December 2009 at 19:26  

Pareto's law at work. 20% Brahmin and 60% Pariahs? I am confused. Is pariah being the bad or the brahmins. i always associated Pariah as the misfortune ones. Sometimes, when the 80% idle the other 20% triumph.

So who is to be blamed?Bukan salah ibu mengandung, celaka siayah?

kuldeep 21 December 2009 at 19:28  

All these Bumi Brahmins have non Bumi partners who gets the bigger share of the profits and value add.More often then not...there will be a series of Non Bumi firms living on the proceeds of the efforts of these Brahmins Bumis...

But,Brahmin Bumis are not exclusive only by their DNAs...its more to how significant they can rise within the UMNO hierachy.And this Brahminism is not only exclusive to UMNO >>u got them in every BN component party.

So..its not Brahmin Bumis..its in reality the 1Malaysia Brahmins.Indeed leaders di dahuluikan,performance hanya rhetoric.

Hello Lady,  21 December 2009 at 20:57  

I thought only Indians have the Pariah and Brahmin castes.
I didnt know Bumiputeras too have that.

Anonymous,  21 December 2009 at 23:34  

Yang menjadi masalah sebenarnya ialah ilmu jauh dari dada masyarakat. Engineer itu masih menghargai ilmu. Jadi, dia cuba berbuat sesuatu.Taukeh Melayu yang mahu menjalankan projek membentang kabel ialah seorang yang tidak berilmu. Sepatutnya Engineer itu yang mendapat kontrak membentang kabel.

Sammy 23 December 2009 at 11:19  

Here is a private school pictures of the future brahmins...notice how they only group together. Compare this with a rural school and you can see how liberal the Brahmins are...

Sammy 23 December 2009 at 11:22

A picture from a private school senior prom, for future brahmins. Compare this with a rural school gathering and you can see how liberal the brahmins are...

Anonymous,  23 December 2009 at 15:41  

Dato SAK

Apapun teori you pasal oarng Melayu atau Bumiputera,,jangan lupa bahawa pada zaman mahathir lahir ramai peguam,doktor,akauntan,macam2 professional lagi yang kemudian nye menjadi kaya dan merasakan diri mereka pandai dan tidak memerlukan lagi UMNO.

Padahal semua perbelanjaan sekolah,universiti dan juga peluang perkerjaan,perniagaan itu adalah atas kerja kuat UMNO ketika itu.Itu kita tidak boleh nafikan.Sebelum era itu rata2 orang melayu hanya petani dan nelayan.

Masaalahnye sekarang orang Melayu rasa meraka dah cukup kuat untuk bersaing dengan CIna dan India.Semua nye pandai2 belaka..

Masaalahnye orang yang menyertai UMNO sudah kurang yang betul2 bersedia untuk berkhidmat.Semua nye mengharapkan sesuatu balasan apabila berkhidmat.Jadi terlalu banyak politiking dan jatuh menjatuh untukmerebut jawatan dan kerusi.jika tak dapat apa2 merajuk dan keluar parti.sertai parti pembangkang yang sentiasa dahagakan x UMNO leaders.just to prove something,maybe.

Pegawai2 kerajaan pun sama.ramai yang tidak ade maruah.menggadai maruah hanya untuk sedikit atau banyak suapan.semua jabatan nak buat kontrak membina.siapa kah mereka ini.adakah mereka melayu biasa atau anak orang atasan.

kita orang melayu yang tak sedar diri.sanggup diguna oleh sesiapa saje untuk hidup senang.orang seperti ini ramai dalam UMNO<PAS,PKR dan pegawai kerajaan.kita semua dan anak cucu kita yang akan rugi..semuanye.

girardperregaux,  24 December 2009 at 21:55  

Anonymous, 23 December 2009 15:41 wrote:
"Padahal semua perbelanjaan sekolah,universiti dan juga peluang perkerjaan,perniagaan itu adalah atas kerja kuat UMNO ketika itu."

What a typical UMNO racist's statement. You think you're the owner of Malaysia and everyone's must be grateful to you?
I'm sick and tired of people of your kind, who thinks they can do whatever they like as if they really own the damn country.
We owe you nothing. Not a single cent.
That's not even your money.
It's the people's money. Taken from the country's coffin, for the benefit of you & your cronies of the chosen one.
Bear in mind that this country belongs to every citizen, regardless of race & religion.

Pembela bangsa & agama? Jauh sekali. Hanya memikirkan kepentingan diri sendiri.

Cruzeiro 16 October 2010 at 13:02  

Well done, Sak ... this has indeed been the case for a full generation. The proletariat Bumis have been indoctrinated well to accept the fact that they're "second-class" compared to the "brahmins".
As for these second-class "bumis", the Malays a made to feel "first-class" compared to the Non-Malays, and the Muslim is made to feel the same over the non-muslim ....
So they in turn are being made to feel "fist-class" compared to the Non-Bumi's.
And this goes on with further sub-divisions within each category .... Just ask any Malaysian Chinese/Indian/Kadazan/Murut/Iban/Melanau.

A very nice "caste" system has been devised by a feudal Umno to exert their control over Malaysians as a whole ....

Nothing short of a socio-political revolution can break the feudal stranglehold which Umno exerts on the people ....

For that, UMNO MUST DIE!!!

Anonymous,  17 October 2010 at 02:14  

Many many comments, but bottom line what are you guys going to do about it, for me very simple, next election, I will decide, WHO DECIDES MY FAITH. After being bent over and being screwed in the butt, I have this simple question, has the culture of pain become the norm amongst my fellow Malaysians? when I meet the PAK-CHIKS AND MAK-CHIKS OF THE kAMPUNGS. They are very down to earth and would give their lives to save yours, errrrr me non-bumi but was helped by Orang Kampung when I met with an accident in 1985 IN JOHOR, IF NOT FOR THE SELFLESS ACT OF A COUPLE OF ORANG MELAYU KAMPUNG, I would not be a proud FATHER of a loving prince and princess, after that I realised, irrespective of race or religion it is the person that counts, I have helped finance my life savers and they are like my father and mother, like you would aid your own parents, the kindest and gentlest people who are not easily fooled in their daily lives, but alas their leaders have been leading them in the wrong path.
So to all those who criticise the Malays, it is not the malays at fault, it is the corrupt system implemented by a foreign mamak breed. A pendatang like me, but unlike me I know my roots, there are those who camouflage theirs. DECIDE how much longer you wanna get screwed. TAK SAKIT KAH?

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