Tuesday, September 9, 2008

The blame game,not again

" I urge the Chinese not to become like the Jewish in America, where it is not enought that they control the economy, but they also want to dominate politics," Ahmad told a news conference late yesterday in northen Penang state.

" Consider this a warning from the Malays," Ahmad said." The patience of the Malays has a limit. Do not push us against the wall, for we will be forced to turn back and push the Chinese for our own survival."

Well, it's not that Ahmad is without his point. As a matter of fact he does have. If you may assess carefully Jewish and the Chinese are characteristically similar in nature. Both of these race carry a thrifty knack inherent in their blood. Both of these race are extremely calculative and astute on the other hand making avail from other races at circumstance in this human eat human economical era. The most important similarity between both the race I have to mention is hardworking.

I don't blame Ahmad for uttering such statement because I find there's truthness in it (indeed Chinese are like Jewish) although it might inadvertently incite racial hatred and tension among races in these multi-cultural society we're currently living in. But you can't simply on one hand acknowledge a certain group's superior strength and on the other hand reluctant to improve yourself so you that wouldn't be left too far behind from the pack and doesn't have to go to the extent that you have to become impatience with Chinese and purport hostility in order to balance out the share of dominance so that you can survive. If it were to be done that way then this wouldn't be a fair game ain't it. It's a game of may the best man wins. If you would like us try not to control the economy, please do try your effort to outwit us in becoming the key economy player as competition arises will perpetuate healthy result for either party. You just don't blatantly whine and sulk and blame others for your own disgraceful failure just because you incapable to dominate the economy when inarguably in the first place you didn't even bother to take any effort to control it and by just thinking your usurpation of this so called Malay land will automatically give you the exclusive right to compel others to relinquish their property without consideration in order to satisfy your pride and dignity, if ever those were genuine, is sickening.

If you think it's fair to give you a piece of share of the economy without you even trying to work for it, then how about the Chinese? Is if fair to them to give up something in a form of gratitude for tumpang'ing this sacred land to someone who expunged the fact they are not locals, only the oborigenes are, and have to adhere to all their non-sensical,absurd and irrational demand.

I've seen much more mature thinking Malays than this monkey Ahmad who unquestionably would have taken the illicit route of money politic to buy the position he is possessing now. If you were those Malays who gain wealth through your own hard effort, you would know you can't blame others for your own unsuccess because every success story will always comeby a hard effort. I've meet several Malay Datuk who is far more much understanding, mature and liberal in their way of thinking unlike moneky Ahmad since successful people will never engage into a blame game. They always blame themself for their failure. Have you seen Datuk Lim Goh Tong and other prominent business figure engage into a blame game whereby it vitally helps them to climb up the level they are standing right now?

No right.

They should start accepting the fact that their race needs dire improvement if they don't want to see their race become minority in the future. The Chinese and Jewish has partially controlled the global economy , even the Indians are catching up. I've never seen a Malay in the Forbes list.

So right now the question needs to be answered, is the Chinese the one who's creating problem or the Malay who is creating problem by not acknowledging their problem?

I know by asking this question , indubitably I'm subjected to an action of sedition under sedition law but what I'm trying to highlight is mere truth and many would have know by now that truth always hurts! So it's about time that people start accepting truth and not lies.

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