Cutting to the chase, I refer to a news web article today on a few of attention seeking Malays who not only claim that they find it embarrassing and prefer to reject the 7% discount for luxury homes, but also proffer to add that it is not provided for in the Constitution. Whoever said that everything has to be stated in the Constitution? Is it written in the Constitution that these seemingly partly retarded Malays have to go to the toilet every day? But don’t they still do? From what I gather, laws are enacted in Parliament and don’t have to be written in the Constitution to be enforced. The United Kingdom has an unwritten Constitution, yet the world still revolves in England.
I wonder if there is a Chinese gentleman out there regardless of his wealth, who’d forego a discount of RM140,000 on a RM2 Million house. I dare say, not only would he rightfully ask for it, knowing how shrewd and nobly unselfish the Chinese are to their race, he’d probably take the discount and donate it to one of their Associations or Chinese Education Fund. Would those accidentally well off Malays mentioned in the news web (As I term them as feces to the Malay society, I will not mention their names in my blog) do the same for their kind? I leave it to your reasonably intelligent minds to pass judgment.
To The Race That Keeps On Harping On The Malays To Give Up Their Privileges And Be Unselfish To The Rest, Perhaps When They Can Stop “ Ta-Paw-Ing ” Food That Is Meant For All In Listed Company AGMs, Like The Tentacles Of An Octopus Grabbing Everything They Can Get, We Would Consider.
To The Malays Who Allow Themselves To Be Jack-Assed By The Aliens To Voice Out And Run Down Their Own Privileges Just For Their 15 Minutes Of Fame, Remember The Other Malay Term Of “Menang Sorak, Kampong Tergadai “, Which Means “ Good With Scolding But You Lose Your Holdings ”.