Bankruptcy Notice appears on 30/03/13, out of 40, 15 were Malays. That worked out to around 38% but the Malay population is only around 14%. I hope so because there are so many pinoys, have been passed as being Malay in their citizenship. Perhaps the Malay real population is only 12%? But why the high percentage of bankruptcies? Does years of easy immigrations affect the weaker race?
In fact, if the Chinese itself is facing the hardship because of lax immigration, where do our Malay bros stand? I fear years to come, the Malay will be even worse off, if nothing is being done.
The bankruptcy notice of high Malay percentage shows that our Malay bros are facing hardship. Albeit, the Yakult, oops, Yaacob and LHL boasting and parading the few successful Malays, was just another propaganda ploy hiding the real issues, the bankruptcy notices have to be taken seriously by the Malay MPs as they are of a high figure.
The figures shows that the Malay MPs are sleeping on their jobs. LKY does not lend in the hand, in fact, it makes the matter worse by making public statements like:
“We have the advantage of quality control of the people who come in so we have bright Indians, bright Chinese, bright Caucasians so the increase in population means an increase in talent.”
skipping Malays totally, despite the Malays being the second highest populations after the Chinese. Why are the Malay MPs keeping quiet? Were the monies and position more important to them than for them to defend fellow Malay brothers and sisters, being humiliated by the old LKY? Can we count on the Malay MPs if war does come when they can’t even do a simple thing like speaking out for their own race?
In this article: http://www.transitioning.org/2011/05/03/malay-engineer-works-in-australia-due-to-race-bias-discrimination-in-singapore/, it tells how a Malay woman professional was being discriminated in Australia. If we said the white Australians are more discriminatory, then you are wrong cause she has a job over there. Are Singapore companies even worse in this respect? Well, can’t blame the Singapore companies when the old goat is leading by example.
By the way, I’m an Indian Singaporean who feels for our Malay bros and sis.
The muslim religion does not emphasise on wealth building, the gaining of knowledge, and the ability to upgrade oneself as everything is “destined” by God. But that is not true, more needs to be done to educate young muslim children that education is their future, and the gaining of knowledge is the only way to get out of the poverty circle, but is enough has been done by our malay MPs? Many still rely on handouts from the governments, but what you really need to do is to provide them the training to learn how to fish, not provide them a fish which can only last a meal, they will never get out of the cycle. I have no bias against malays and I will help other religions as my own, as we are all made by our Gods.
– Contributed by Oogle.