There are more ways to rubbish the 'Nons' than just shout at them, or even threaten them with keris or tebuans or ‘wash our pointy thingy with Chinese blood’.
The following quotes have been extracted from Malaysiakini.
Umno Youth has urged the government to revamp how it subsidises various areas of the economy in order to ensure that only the needy and deserving receive such privileges.
“Imagine: A pakcik on a motorbike pays RM1.92 for a litre of petrol. A towkay in a Mercedes-Benz pays the same price. Why? Why must we subsidise those who are already rich?”
Note ‘pakchik on motorbike’ versus ‘towkay in a Mercedes’!
It's that damn towkay and not Datuk Seri this or that, including one who lives in a palace in Port Klang, or young turks who were given multi million ringgit loans without collateral.
Then the Indians were not spared as well, as in the following:
On Malay entrepreneurs, Khairy said the Malays lack control of the supply chain and this explains their poor standing in various industries.
“Today is the first time the Umno president's speech is not being read by the masses because a particular ethnic group controls the distribution line of newspapers and they are on holiday,” he said.
Because ‘a particular group controls ...’ Hmmm, which 'particular group' controls virtually every bloody thing, the police, army, civil services, universities, ministries, ... you name it ... !
Khairy was referring to 'no publication' day of almost all the major newspapers in Peninsular Malaysia as it was the Deepavali holiday.
Umno president Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had yesterday delivered his annual presidential address yesterday but it was only carried in Utusan Malaysia, Kosmo and Oriental Daily today.
What about The Star and NST? Yes, what about the NST?
He was using this as an example of how the Malays are often at the bottom of the supply chain.
"If you look at the distribution network, all is control by a certain race. We have always allow this distribution network to be controlled by one race. Only today, we know the implication. This is because we did not control the distribution network."
While he did not name the ethnic group which control the distribution network, it is an open secret that Indian Malaysians made up the majority of the newspaper vendors.
Amazing, now who has been bullsh*tting about Indians being marginalised?
Using agriculture as another example, he said Malays had become synonymous with farmers because the distribution, middlemen and processing stage of the industry were controlled by non-Malays.
Jeez, how did the successive Malay dominated governments allow the UMNO Malays to become so marginalized?
But thank goodness the World’s most famous SIL with his Oxford education is here to save bangsa, agama dan negara.