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Malaysia is not yet dangerous

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in response to reader comment: Malaysia looks to be a very dangerous and obscure nation

Submitted by John Bastile (Hong Kong), Feb 3, 2008 at 00:59

Ynnatchkah,

Malaysia is not occupied by 78%. It's more like 60% - that is, if you don't count the amount of bodies the Islamic authorities snatched by claiming that the persons converted shortly before their deaths - despite the fact that they many were in comatose states.

Malaysia has not yet degenerated into Indonesia, Pakistan or Afgahnistan. Not yet anyway but surely, it's on the path there. Alas, the destiny of muslims states.

The second large portion of the population - the chinese, are leaving the country rapidly. Not able to find economic opportunities in Malaysia resulting from apartheid, err, affirmative polcies to favour the Malays, these chinese find themselves very marketable outside the country. Their ability to converse in Mandarin, English, and Malay land them job opportunities around the globe - such as in Singapore, China, Australia and the UK. The ability to "tolerant" Islamic crap, as a result of living amongst them for decades, cause them to fare quite well in the Middle East as well. The mass migration results in wealth being brought out of the country.

In short, the Malays will soon overwhelm the nation as a majority race. Then, the decline will be rapid from then on.


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Title Commenter Date Thread
Karen Armstrong is a wannabe historian [66 words]dhimmi no moreFeb 13, 2008 18:58120158
Don't Give a Toot to the Malaysian Internal Security Ministry [200 words]Marco HiirataFeb 13, 2008 12:51120113
full List of books banned [253 words]Ipnat DrosotFeb 9, 2008 11:48119849
Malaysia looks to be a very dangerous and obscure nation [117 words]YnnatchkahFeb 2, 2008 17:18119469
Malaysia is not yet dangerous [202 words]John BastileFeb 3, 2008 00:59119469
Book ban: The 'two faces' of Islam Hadhari [460 words]Ismail Che YahayaFeb 11, 2008 14:51119469
Dear Messrs. Ynnatchkah & Bastile [680 words]Marco HiirataFeb 13, 2008 21:42119469
nurturing prejudices [157 words]bibliobibuliMar 10, 2008 00:26119469
You replied against prejudices with your own prejudices [547 words]John BastileApr 8, 2008 21:58119469
Well deserved [14 words]VijayFeb 1, 2008 04:39119427
Are you sure they banned a book ? ? ? [211 words]Phil GreendJul 17, 2007 15:32103862
Research Armstrong's doctrine before banning [311 words]Tommy PetersJun 28, 2007 21:28101906
Is there a reason? [38 words]
w/response from Daniel Pipes
MuslihoonJul 16, 2006 04:1649779
Well deserved [47 words]VijayJul 14, 2006 06:0049621

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