Why Does Everything Have To Be 'Politically Motivated?'



I think it’s only in Malaysia where if you don’t agree to something, it has to be politically motivated.

Some are indeed as such; the continuous attempt to annihilate Anwar Ibrahim is one such example. But irrespective of the political divide, when something is said that the other party is not agreeable to and/or with, it’s a political conspiracy and politically motivated.


Career prospects and Social Injustice are the top 2 factors of Malaysians leaving

Take the recent World Bank report as an example. It was stated therein that Malaysia is facing a Brain Drain - the large-scale emigration of a large group of individuals with technical skills or knowledge. In simple English, the country is facing shortage of people with intelligence and skills, lah!

Seriously though, I have said it over and over again; Malaysians are leaving. And they are leaving because of the race-dividing and race-biased policies that the government had been implementing since Independence.

According to World Bank senior economist Philip Schellekens, “Migration is very much an ethnic phenomenon in Malaysia, mostly Chinese but also Indian.” Again, that's what I said in a previous post. But the report was debunked by the former PM, Tun Dr. Mahathir, the current PM as well as other leaders from the government.

Whether the government likes it or not, the reality is that they suck at racial fairness. But the general Malaysian populace are also guilty of racism. We are all racists, , whether we admit it or not.


The Father of all Racists called the WB Report 'useless'

I never liked and subscribed to Perkasa's bullshit 'Ketuanan Melayu' doctrine but even I have to agree with what their secretary-general said, “The Malays are leaving the country in droves because they cannot obtain places within the private sector, only the government sector... the private sector chooses employees based on skin colour, and they favour their own race compared to Malays."

I have to agree with the above statement though. As I said, in a previous post, racism is rampant in the Malaysian corporate world. I know for I have been a victim of such racism and prejudice myself and I know how unfair the whole practices are.

But rather than accepting the reality and truth of the World Bank report, I don't understand why the government is insisting that it is not true. We do really have stupid leaders, don't we?

Welcome to Malaysian politics and the Malaysian way of life, where racism is just one of the things we do!

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