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    Quote Originally Posted by Analyzer View Post
    I was told about business operates in Malaysia by an Indian who worked there for a while.

    The rapper's assessment concurs with the account that I was given.

    He hit a sore nerve there. More the reason why he should be applauded for speaking out.
    Quote Originally Posted by YongHoi View Post
    Malaysia is an apartheid state, and racial/religious discrimination is established in Law.
    The Left in the West vilified South Africa for it, but turn a blind eye to similar behaviour is Malaysia. Because they are "little brown people and MUSLIMS".

    Trump should ban Muslim Malays from entering the US until they drop their own apartheid laws.

    Some of this stuff is jaw-dropping. This is not unofficial discrimination. It's the actual law.

    Government policies of positive discrimination often favour the Malay majority and the Bumiputera status, particularly in areas such as housing, finance and education. Economic policies designed to favour Bumiputera, including affirmative action in public education, were implemented in the 1970s in order to defuse inter-ethnic tensions following the May 13 Incident in 1969.[4] However, these policies have not been fully effective in eradicating poverty among rural Bumiputeras and have further caused a backlash especially from Chinese and Indian minorities.
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    Such policies has been cited in Article 153 of the Constitution of Malaysia UMNO also promotes ketuanan Melayu, which is the idea that the ethnic Malays or Bumiputeras should get special privileges in Malaysia.
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    The Malay-controlled government ensures that all Bumiputras of Malay origin are given preferential treatment when it comes to the number of student places in Government universities, they are also given 7% discounts for new houses purchased by them, special Malay status reserve land in most housing settlements
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    a minimum of a 30% Malay Bumiputera equity to be held in Listed Companies, full funding for mosques and Islamic places of worship(Islam as an official religious in Malaysia), special high earning interest trust funds for Bumiputera Malays, special share allocation for new share applications for Bumiputera Malays
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racism_in_Malaysia
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    The British Royal Family are frequent visitors to Indonesia, whose governments buy an awful lot of British hardware to murder Christians, just as they sell Saudi and Qatar weapons to do the same
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    Preliminary results released today from the round 1 vote have Ahok (the Christian ethnic Chinese candidate) leading the poll with 43%. In second place is Anies Baswedan on 40%. Ages Harimurti Yudhoyono, son of former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono will be eliminated, gaining only 17 per cent of the vote.

    So, in a city where nearly 90% of people are Muslims, a lot of people are still happy to vote for the Christian guy.

    However, Baswedan has a record of exploiting anti-Christian and anti-Chinese feeling and it's all a matter of how the eliminated Yudhoyono's 17% breaks down in round 2.

    The round 2 runoff will be in April 19th.

    The Australian: Jakarta election - Ahok leads in first round, but trouble lies ahead
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscurito View Post
    Preliminary results released today from the round 1 vote have Ahok (the Christian ethnic Chinese candidate) leading the poll with 43%. In second place is Anies Baswedan on 40%. Ages Harimurti Yudhoyono, son of former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono will be eliminated, gaining only 17 per cent of the vote.

    So, in a city where nearly 90% of people are Muslims, a lot of people are still happy to vote for the Christian guy.

    However, Baswedan has a record of exploiting anti-Christian and anti-Chinese feeling and it's all a matter of how the eliminated Yudhoyono's 17% breaks down in round 2.

    The round 2 runoff will be in April 19th.

    The Australian: Jakarta election - Ahok leads in first round, but trouble lies ahead
    Well it is encouraging that a substantial proportion of the populace are ignoring the backward mullahs and voting for the Chines candidate based on ability and work ethic.
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    Essentially Malaysia IS a racist and sectarian state.

    Chinese and Hindus are BOTH discriminated directly as a matter of state policy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oscurito View Post
    Some of this stuff is jaw-dropping. This is not unofficial discrimination. It's the actual law.

    Government policies of positive discrimination often favour the Malay majority and the Bumiputera status, particularly in areas such as housing, finance and education. Economic policies designed to favour Bumiputera, including affirmative action in public education, were implemented in the 1970s in order to defuse inter-ethnic tensions following the May 13 Incident in 1969.[4] However, these policies have not been fully effective in eradicating poverty among rural Bumiputeras and have further caused a backlash especially from Chinese and Indian minorities.
    [...]
    Such policies has been cited in Article 153 of the Constitution of Malaysia UMNO also promotes ketuanan Melayu, which is the idea that the ethnic Malays or Bumiputeras should get special privileges in Malaysia.
    [...]
    The Malay-controlled government ensures that all Bumiputras of Malay origin are given preferential treatment when it comes to the number of student places in Government universities, they are also given 7% discounts for new houses purchased by them, special Malay status reserve land in most housing settlements
    [...]
    a minimum of a 30% Malay Bumiputera equity to be held in Listed Companies, full funding for mosques and Islamic places of worship(Islam as an official religious in Malaysia), special high earning interest trust funds for Bumiputera Malays, special share allocation for new share applications for Bumiputera Malays
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racism_in_Malaysia
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    It's the classic manifestation of the Dhimmi doctrine.

    In both Malaysia and Indonesia the liberal element of Muslims live in cities, hence the support for a non Muslim candidate.
    But the vast majority of the poor and semi literate population still reside in rural areas, and that is where these Islamists find their power base.
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    The larger the Muslim population the worse a country is in terms of tolerance. This is true the vast majority of the time. It is true in Indonesia and in many parts of Europe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainwreck View Post
    What is comical is the exact same SJW Libtard tactics are now being deployed in these countries.



    "White privilege" has been transplanted to "Chinese privilege".


    The world. It is nuts.
    Privilege needs to be deconstructed where ever it intersections with opressive minorities threatening the co-existence of communities in a respectful manner.

    Think about that for a second

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    Quote Originally Posted by YongHoi View Post
    It's the classic manifestation of the Dhimmi doctrine.

    In both Malaysia and Indonesia the liberal element of Muslims live in cities, hence the support for a non Muslim candidate.
    But the vast majority of the poor and semi literate population still reside in rural areas, and that is where these Islamists find their power base.


    Yonghoi, you are agitating for people to be concerned by the apartheid system in Malaysia.
    The correct course of action is to just accept it and to point elsewhere.

    I get the feeling that you are just a re-direction troll trying to take focus away from the issues that matter. Like, how offensive was it when the American actor appropriated the culture of a minority for a nights entertainment.



    And you want to talk about minorities of people being opressed at a state wide level in Malaysia and Indonesia.

    Check your privilege first.

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    At the primary level, 11 subjects were reduced into 6 subjects while class hours were raised from to 26 hours to 30 hours every week.
    The teaching of the English language and science was merged with priority subject areas such as Bahasa Indonesia, nationalism and religious studies.
    Additional two hours were allocated for religious studies. At the senior high school level, students were required to join the national scouting organization for their extracurricular activity.
    https://globalvoices.org/2013/08/18/...school-reform/

    It's not the change in such education priorities that's most worrying, it's the mentality of those in power that are driving it.
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