M’sia willing to help where Malays are minority, says Najib
MELAKA, Dec 23 — Malaysia is willing to offer help towards the advancement of Malays in countries where they are a minority, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak.
(How about minorities in Malaysia, a full fledged Malaysian? Are you going to just leave them by themselves and let them to rot? How are they going to fund the training? using our parents' (the taxpayers) money? Lemma, this idea is absurb la, first you talk about 1Malaysia then now you talk about helping only the Malays [and they're not MALAYSIAN in the first place!!! wth...])
He said Malaysia could be a gateway for this through the Dunia Melayu Dunia Islam (DMDI, Malay World Musim World) Forum to help Malays in countries like in the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Cambodia, South Africa and southern Thailand.
(Not all Malays are Islam, only in our country that overzealot religious groups enforce it... moreover, it's in the constitution, whoever is a Malay MUST be a Muslim, now this is not freedom of religion... What I am saying is when one embraces a religion, that feelings must come from the heart and soul but not from the set of rules written by somebody that have no rights to tell us what to do. Stupid isn't it?)
“Of course the Malays in these countries must be realistic. They cannot expect us to support them in taking up arms for a revolution to establish Malay governments in them,” he said when opening the DMDI's 9th convention at a hotel in Bandar Hilir here today.
(Do you think Chineses here in Penang wanted to have a revolution to create a chinese majority state? [if it were to happen, it will happen long long ago...] And do you think they even want to ask for Malaysia to help them when the politicians here themselves are so corupt that they will also ask for "duit kopi*" (bribes) for every good things that they have done)
Also present were Melaka Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam and Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob. According to Najib, the DMDI could play constructive role in bringing about peace in southern Philippines and southern Thailand.
(How could it bring peace when what the Muslims here in Thailand only wants to be properly assasimilated and being given the same treatment like the rest of the population? While in Philippines, the problem is not with the government but the rebels, honestly, what would you expect the government to do when you (the rebels) loot, pillage and strike terror to those who doesn't embrace the same religion as you (the rebels). But they (Thailand and Philippines) do not have policies that silently discriminate the citizens. Anyway, it's just another waste of money and time organisation, and whose money did they used? ours.)
He said Malaysia had played an active role in southern Philippines towards ending the Moro conflict though the peace process there had encountered some obstacles lately.
(But Malaysia pulled out when the peace talk collapsed...)
He added that the DMDI should do all it could to portray Islam as an ideal religion which strived for the advancement of all peoples.
(Yes, and it should be fully adhered in our country and certain policies must be removed and only help the person that really in need regardless of race, religion and political affilations for THE ADVANCEMENT OF ALL PEOPLE!)
At the function, Mohd Ali, who is also DMDI president, presented Najib DMDI’s Mansyur Shah award which is a special recognition in honour of the Melaka empire during the reign of Sultan Mansyur Shah.
(Another self praise by our countrymen and I don't think the participants knew who is Sultan Mansur Shah, the fourth sultan of Melaka... and what did our PM do to receive such an award?)
Over 500 participants from among others Malaysia, South Africa, the Philippines and Indonesia are participating the convention which ends tomorrow. — Bernama
(Another holiday sponsored by our government...)
* not all politicians are corrupt, just my general view.
This is what Malaysia has become... just another of my random comments on some articles that caught my attention.