Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Where do Malaysians stand in two years time?

The legal illegal will now vote UMNO?

by steadyaku47

The migration from the Indonesian Archipelago to the Malay Peninsula has to a large
extent defined what Malaysia is today. I for one am a product of Bugis sailors (or
pirates if you want to be more dramatic) stopping off the Malay Archipelago seeking
to shelter from a storm on their way to Mecca? (if you want to be religious) …take
your pick!

The British facilitated the migration of others to meet the manpower requirements
of their colonial economic endeavors for their motherland, the then Great Britain.
Throughout our history migration has given us the impetus we needed to develop as
a nation. And now will migration be the cause of our nation’s collapse because political
and not economical considerations is the primary consideration of this Barsan Nasional government driven by UMNO?

In the 1960’s Indonesian migration into Malaya was encouraged by UMNO to maintain a
numerical advantage over the Chinese and the Indians. The May 13th riots provided the
stimulus for the NEP which not only provided employment and economic opportunities
for the Malays but also demanded an increase in Indonesian workers in order to meet
labour shortage due to the rapid modernization of the Malaysian economy.

With the advent of the NEP, Malay youth began moving into the urban area. The dearth
of rural labour was filled by Indonesians workers.

As Malaysia urbanize during the 1990’s Indonesian labour moved from agriculture to the construction and service industry. In 1997 Indonesian labourers earned $0.28 cents per
day in their country versus RM$2 or more a day in Malaysia. The exodus of legal and
illegal workers was unprecedented!

With the increase in the numbers of these Indonesian workers – both legal and illegal –
the ad hoc manner by which the migration was being managed by the BN government became apparent.

This manifested itself by the authorities inability to monitor the situation when
these Indonesian workers started to present a host of social problems that begun to
plague Malaysia. At the same time Malaysia lacked the political will to enforce
existing laws diligently. Why is this so?

The paradox of BN cronies being able to make more money out of these illegal
immigrants even as more measures against these illegals are being enforced is
testimony to the fact that where there is a Ringgit to be made, BN with its cronies,
it’s rank and file and its attendant government officials will be there to partake in
the spoils. What they did with their abuse of the Ketuanan Melayu they then did
with this illegal Indonesian workers situation.

These opportunists facilitated the transportation of illegal Indonesian workers into
Malaysia, provided them with accommodation and jobs, took part in the manufacturing
and distribution of fake passports, identity cards and work permits without worry of
persecution : all under the paternal gaze of its own BN government – complicit at the
highest level, in its silence and lack of political will to do anything to police the
worsening situation - all for financial gain!

Illegal immigration is big business – big enough to warrant the existence of an all
consuming human trafficking syndicates with connections to politicians and government
at the highest levels that “protect” them from any undue interference from the
authority – who themselves would have a financial stake in the successful conclusion
of these “business” undertakings.

Corruption and the manner in which bureaucracy works within the government does
not in anyway assist the implementation and enforcement of any legislation already
in place to manage the situation.

And so the stage was set for what we have today.

What has been a problem area for the government since Merdeka days has now
become an opportunity to:

· Secure a massive voting bank for UMNO.
· Has become an ongoing source of income for
politicians and government authorities involved in
this illicit business.

What was once a source of worry for the Islamic traditions of Malaysia because most
of the Indonesian here are Christians and are at time s engaged in the spreading of
deviant Islamic teachings - these Indonesians are now “Bumiputras” for the purpose
of political expedience.

What was once the cause of mob violence and riots inside and outside detention centres:

· The 17th January 2002 Nilai industrial estate riot involving over 400 Indonesian workers
who torched buildings after police tried to detain 16 of their co workers for alleged
drug abuse.

· The riot involving 70 Indonesian workers and stall owners in Cyberjaya on January
20th 2002.

· Other acts of social aggression, rape, robberies and murder

These are no longer jeopardizing the security of our country but instead these
people will now be permanent residents with the right to vote (for UMNO!).

While the DAP and NGO’s had once championed these same Indonesian workers for
being unjustly treated by the BN government, the same Indonesian workers are now
coming back
to bite the hand that feeds it by voting for UMNO.

In October 2001 the BN government passed legislation that capped work permits for
foreign workers to three years specifically to address the frequency of criminal acts
perpetrated by Indonesians migrants – changing immediately by that legislation, the
status of those workers that carried six year work permits from legal to illegal.

  • This resulted in riots at the Machap Umboo detention centre in Alor Gajah.
  • Riot of 2000 illegal workers detained at Pekan Nenas detention center in Johore.
As a result flogging for illegal workers were ordered and detained illegals were sent

Under Malaysian rules stipulated in the Immigration Act (Amended) 2002, unauthorized
workers can be sentenced to mandatory jail terms for up to five years, receive up to
six strokes of the cane, and fined up to RM10 000. Malaysians who employ illegal
migrant workers can be jailed for three months and fined RM5 000…and there was
even the “Hire Indonesian Last” policy encouraged by the BN government.

All this has now come to pass and the BN government now welcomes these same
illegal immigrants as a potential vote bank critical to UMNO’s survival in the 13th
general election!

Can this really happen? Will UMNO do this just to win an election? Yes they will
do this and more!

What we have in UMNO now is a wasteland of Malay leaders whose preoccupation
is acquiring wealth and power. You need power to acquire wealth & and wealth to
acquire power - a synergy that blurs itself into one definitive acronym: UMNO.

Is not the right to vote the most precious of a citizen’s right? And now this right
to vote is cheapen because even those who come into this country illegally, does
not speak Malay, knows nothing about Islam or our culture are now on par with us
because UMNO need these votes for their political survival?

What a sad day for us. For our people. For the Malays, the Chinese, the Indians, the
Dayaks, Ibans and all the people of our beloved country.

The immediate result will be an increase in voters numbers for UMNO as these
grateful new citizens show their thanks to UMNO by voting for UMNO in the 13th GE.
Immediate gains for UMNO to be traded against an uncertain future for us all?

How can consideration for national security be pushed aside to secure political gain
for UMNO? Instead of putting into place policies to manage this potential threat to
national security UMNO is legislating to “legalize” this threat for political considerations!

Let us recap:
There are probably up to one million illegal Indonesians currently employed in
Malaysia without valid work permits and travel documents. Many have been involved
in criminal activities enough for the Malaysian authorities to deem them as a threat
to national security.

Indonesians make up 74% of legal and illegal foreign labour in Malaysia.

It was once estimated that up to 36% of prison inmates
throughout Malaysia were illegal Indonesian immigrants

What is more worrying is the involvement of these Indonesian workers in crimes
and act of social aggression.

So now they become us.
With the right to vote!
Where do we go from here?
Into the depths of Belakang Mati obviously!
Lands, properties, utilities and projects are in the hands of foreigners for the next
30 years. Once the leases are over it goes back to the next generation of the present
UMNOputras and elites sdn. bhd.
The original Malaysians like us will be diluted and hope by UMNOputras and elite
that we disappear out of sight of this beloved country of ours.
TAR's vision for Malaysia will not longer exist with the new emerging forces of illegal
migrants who are now legally make citizens of this country.
In two years time Malaysians will have to fight a bloody war with these foreign
citizens for land, job, education and business.
The ruling Government has every intention to ensure that they win big this coming
13th GE. It does not matter a tiny bit in the hearts that the present Malaysians (Malays,
Chinese, Indians, Ibans etc.) will suffer. That is not their concern. The ruling government
has only three (3) things in mind and focus:
1) To continue to be in power.
2) To control the people.
3) To enlarge and channel all wealth into their family line.
Presently there are no investment into the country. So in order to get funds,
the ruling government have lease off all prime lands in Malaysia to foreigners from
Arab countries and Pakistan.
It is interesting that Pakistan has more poor than rich citizens but yet the money
coming into Malaysia through a certain bank is huge.
Any party that wins in the 13th GE will not have any funds, properties and projects
to save this country.
Zahrain already said that in the next election, he will not stand. And that rascal is no
fool. Knowing that the whole country is bankrupt with the exception of Penang and
Selangor which still can be save. Plus with RM15 million sitting in London for his retirement,
he is already well taken care of.
So Malaysians, are you prepare to be gang raped and forced to work as slaves for
the Indonesians you once hired as labourers, maid, prostitute, drivers, gardeners etc.............
If you do, by all means listen to UMNO especially what Najib is talking about transforming our country into world class slaves, accept all the goodies he is dishing out, the big fat ang paos etc
in September and October.
Then once UMNO wins in the 13th General Election, be prepare that the house you live
in is no longer yours, your business has to give way to the new legal citizens (even now
all the food stalls and 1M kedai are run by Indonesians), your children has to fight with
the new legal citizens for a place in Primary, Secondary schools, colleges and universities,
your Ringgit are getting smaller like rupiahs etc....................
People in Perkasa and other extremist Malays will have migrated to China with
their China Dolls with their sinful wealth.
But guess what we should be happy about? All the Royalties and members of the
Royal Household would have to be ordinary citizen like us too. Imagine them washing
toilets and at landfills looking for food to fill their hunger.

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