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Sep 25, 2009

Malaysia is heading towards a 'failed state' status

What we have achieved in 51 years? Malaysian is well known in the eyes of world as one of the fast developing nation. But some of its citizen sidelined from mainstream development and marginalised by race based systems and policies. Since the New Economic Policy (NEP) has also failed to achieve the target for 30% equity despite nearly 40 years of implementation, the majority ethnic Malays economic equity remain at 19% since 1990s.

What the people need is brand new policy or system to save all Malaysian at one time, not quota system according to race or religion which we are practising currently. Undeniably, poor is poor, no matter what race or religion they are! Lets live by each others happiness not each others misery!

Treat all races fairly, plug wastage, fight corruption, reform the judiciary and make Malaysia more competitive. Can anyone tell me how the government are planned to save this nation? I think they have no plan since busy with F1 mega project. Seriously, F1 project is wasting taxpayers money. In fact, they can use the allocation to eradicate poverty.

TYPICAL HOUSE OF THE URBAN POOR (THIS PIC TAKEN FROM AN ETHNIC INDIAN HOUSE IN SENTUL)

SOMETIMES POVERTY LEAD TO FAMILY PROBLEMS

IN A MALAY KAMPONG

MALAYSIAN INDIAN IN PLANTATION ESTATES (MOST OF THEM HAVING PROBLEM WHEN THEIR ESTATES SOLD OUT BY OWNER TO DEVELOPER, THEY LOST THEIR HOUSES AND JOB TOO)

SIDELINED ORANG ASLI (INDIGENOUS PEOPLE), NO WAY OUT FROM POVERTY FOR THEM

We can see poverty everywhere regardless of race and religion. I wonder Vision 2020 is still achievable. We have not much things to proud of. Our economy is in deteriorating condition. Immediate plan needed to save Malaysian especially the younger generation. Gift them a save and comfortable place to live.

THEY ARE MALAYSIAN TOO

CAN WE FULFILL HER DREAM

HE NEED YOUR HELP!

ANY PLAN TO BRING THEM ALONG WITH US TO JOIN MAINSTREAM DEVELOPMENT?

CAN WE PROMISE THEM A BETTER FUTURE?

CAN WE PROMISE THEM A SAVE PLACE TO LIVE?

Sep 23, 2009

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Sep 22, 2009

Not much we can do to save local football, but our vote might help


Most of us always criticise our national team and also local league. Every time when our national team lose in international tournaments, local media, football pundits and fans have mixed reaction on the poor performance. In fact, FAM ignoring the messages and keep on with old trend by denying all the allegations and refuse to reform within them and the players too.

So this time I guess FAM somewhat aware that they need to do something to save local football. Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) secretary-general Datuk Azzuddin Ahmad cited that our local league needs to be privatised. Read here- Malaysian League may be privatised in 2011. For me, I applaud this decision. This is the very first right thing suggested by FAM. Hope this is the first step which will lead our football to greater level.

Dear readers, definitely we personally have not much things to do to save our football, but our vote might help. I will write and send this vote results and my personal opinion according to the results after the polling date closed to FAM. So that FAM will get our messages and thus respond. So do your part by voting in the sidebar of my blog. You are welcomed to leave your comment in this post as well.

MAJULAH BOLA SEPAK UNTUK NEGARA!

Malaysia is not ready for F1!

It’s a fact that Malaysia is not ready to own a F1 race team, furthermore such act would not help Malaysia in contributing to its economy progress. And definitely it’s not a proper way to use taxpayer’s money to spend on this mega project.

To our PM, please get back to basics and listen to us before things get out of hand and millions of tax payer’s money wasted to pursue something which does not benefit the people at all. The people deserve to be taken care of. Present economic turmoil does not allow us to spend in high-cost project such as to own a F1 race team.

Honestly, the people do not need the ‘Malaysian Formula 1 team’. What we need is better standard of living, better public transport system, reduce or even abolish the highway tolls, reduce the car prices or decrease fuel prices. Stop spending money on this useless project.In fact, BMW and Honda pulled out due to heavy cost. I’m sure that this project is to create several millionaires, not for '1Malaysia'.

The poor need better living standard, with that volume of investments, the standard of all system can be better improved for sure in the rural and outlying areas in East Malaysia and the chronic poor areas on the peninsula. Why our leaders never think in such way, all they think is how to make their cronies rich. This is Malaysia for more than 50 years. All poor Malaysians are hoping that their fate will change one day, but their hope will remain as a hope as long as such politicians exist.

We don’t want everyone who involve in the project blaming each other because of the failure at last. Learn from China and India on how to strengthen competitiveness in the economy. If you want the world to respect us, clean up FAM and reform our national football team first! Malaysia is not ready for F1, so don’t waste people’s money there.