Hornbill Unleashed

November 7, 2013

After 40 years of affirmative action, the Malays are still far behind

The lost pride of the Indian Muslims - Mahathir notwithstandingLok Wing Kong

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said: “Europeans used to call Malays as lazy Malays; incompetent Malays and untrustworthy Malays”.

Why didn’t Dr Mahathir fight back as it was a great insult to the Malay race? The reason for not doing so is best known to him.

A long 40 years had passed, affirmative action for the Malays seemed to achieve very few of its goals.

It appears the Malays have not been spoon-fed enough as Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has introduced the new Bumiputera Economic Empowerment (BEE) Agenda to intensify spoon-feeding by the powers-that-be. (more…)

November 3, 2013

Why are Malays obsessed with SUPREMACY? Is it brainwashing or their own insecurity?

Why are Malays obsessed with SUPREMACY? Is it brainwashing or their own insecurity?Christopher Fernandez

The great UMNO assembly has come to a conclusion and the winners and losers are now known to all. But are Malays, and especially UMNO, satisfied with the circus show that reeked of another plethora of race-bashing and the absurd belief of subscribing to “ketuanan Melayu” or Malay supremacy?

Why are the Malays obsessed with being supreme over the minorities in the country? Are they being brainwashed by their leaders or is it just their bad nature, a sort of defense mechanism and sick insecurity to wish to rub it into the faces of the other races?

Tough questions although the answers are not difficult to find. (more…)

September 26, 2013

Beep beep here comes the roadrunner! –

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Sakmongkol AK47

Najib has launched the Bumiputera economic empowerment Plan. BEEP. It has come to this now. Twittering, face booking, blogging, whats-apping and now beep-ing the country. Najib will be  beep-ing the Malays so that they can take their rightful place in our country. After NEPing the country, Malay equity stands around 23%? Does ownership of this 23% mean anything to the ordinary Malays who have the face the daily grind of life?

Many of us know exactly what the BEEP means. It means a license to pillage and plunder in the name of king, religion and country. The Malay elite salivate at the prospects of carving out wealth earning resources.

23% is owned by GLCs, the Malay elite, the privileged and the Malay monied class. This BEEP is going to turn into another excuse to justify the rape and plunder. After raping the girl repeatedly, the rapist presents her with a bunch of flowers. This is exactly what the BEEP announced by Najib represents, the presentation of a bunch of flowers after the raping the Malay lady over and over again. (more…)

January 2, 2013

SORRY DR M, YOU HAVE TO ANSWER for the political, social & economic MESS in M’sia – not the Chinese

SORRY DR M, YOU HAVE TO ANSWER for the political, social & economic MESS in M'sia - not the Chinese

Koon Yew Yin



I was reminded of the witticism on politicians that “we hang the petty thieves but elect the great ones to office” when I read Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s claim in his blog that the Chinese (and Indians) are the real masters of the country.

Specifically, he wrote that “Because they (the Malays) are willing to share their country with other races, the race from the older civilisation of more than 4,000 years and who are more successful, as such today whatever they have now is also being taken away from them”.

As election day approaches, this line of argument is being rehashed. We can expect more of this race baiting by Dr Mahathir and his kind in Umno and PEMUDA when they are addressing Malay voters. (more…)

December 5, 2012

That liberalism, pluralism menace

Iskandar Dzulkarnain

The writer takes a cynical and satirical look on how the Malays must come to terms with themselves.

Liberalism and pluralism have engulfed the nation, and this negative phenomenon is slowly afflicting the Malays, causing them to turn away from the path of righteousness.

Even Umno which has been lovingly protecting the Malays for the last 50 years and the various religious authorities are now watching open-mouthed in horror as liberalism sweeps across the land unhindered – infecting unsuspecting Muslims. (more…)

October 28, 2012

Malay behaviour: Survival replaces greed

Mariam Mokhtar

Malays continue to blame others for their failures and will not work hard to earn self-respect and the respect of others in the community.

The unprecedented outburst by a member of the Malay business community this week did not come as a surprise; but is his expression of indignation enough?

Speaking at the Malay Economic Congress in Kuala Lumpur, the president of the Malay Chamber of Commerce Malaysia (MCCM), Syed Ali Alattas, denounced Malay leaders for their greed and corrupt practices and that their lack of a “clean heart”, contributed to the failure of the Malay business community. (more…)

September 11, 2012

Who made the Malays ‘WEAK, OVER-DIGNIFIED & HELPLESS’: The British, Anwar or Dr M?

Christopher FernandezWho made the Malays 'WEAK, OVER-DIGNIFIED & HELPLESS': The British, Anwar or Dr M?

When the British were ruling the Malayan Union in the last century, a glaring observation by them was over the peculiar tendency by members of the Malay community to seek for and need to have and be accorded a high level of respect and decorum.

The British in subsequent historical records often highlighted that they found this position taken by even ordinary, average members of the Malay community, and even by Malays of the lower classes puzzling, and often questioned why the Malay needed to be given such a great deal of respect and attention.

In obscure but pertinent references and correspondences between the British in the Federated Malay state’s and with their counterparts back in London, inferences and comments were often highlighted of the “over-dignified status and bearing of the Malay.” (more…)

August 2, 2012

We are Malay-Muslims, we are entitled

Syahredzan Johan

Syahredzan Johan asks during this holy month, are Malay-Muslims entitled to better rights than others?

So you are fasting. The sun is bearing down on you, your stomach is growling and your throat is parched. It is only 12.30 in the afternoon; you still have hours to go before you may break your fast. All of a sudden, a non-Muslim person appears before you, enjoying an icy cold can of your favourite cola. He looks like he is savouring the cola. You could imagine the sensation of that very same cola filling your throat with diabetes-inducing caffeine goodness. So you flare up. How dare this person drink in front of you? Does he have no respect for the holy month of Ramadhan, to be wantonly quenching his thirst in full view of Muslims? Does he not know that Muslims form the majority of this country and therefore must be respected? (more…)

June 23, 2012

Mother tongue schools: Blueprint for integration

Kua Kia Soong

 Having been part of the mother tongue education movement for most of my adult life, allow me to offer a blueprint for national integration which should be a reasonable compromise for all parties in the coming 13th general elections.

First, as Malaysians we should be proud that we have mother tongue education systems in our country that have been nurtured since pre-British colonial times.

The first Chinese school in the peninsula was established in 1819, nearly 200 years ago.

The Tamil schools have also had nearly 150 years’ history. It is not true that the British colonial power built different schools to keep the Malayan people apart. (more…)

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