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post Aug 15 2019, 12:32 AM

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QUOTE(ben_panced @ Aug 15 2019, 12:30 AM)
not when atok is still pm
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the atok dancing with opposition politicians and zakir naik is already a big faux pas, but majority of PH leaders are keep quiet (except for a few, mostly from DAP, which i view them as heroes of our times smile.gif )
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post Aug 15 2019, 12:33 AM

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closed my topic

this dog should go jail
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post Aug 15 2019, 12:33 AM

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Rindu zaman najib. All races unite to bring him down. Now look what happen.
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post Aug 15 2019, 12:34 AM

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again ... aihhhh.
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post Aug 15 2019, 12:35 AM

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QUOTE(MegaThroned @ Aug 14 2019, 04:33 PM)
Rindu zaman najib. All races unite to bring him down. Now look what happen.
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Najib was the villain that we all needed
TSkoja6049
post Aug 15 2019, 12:35 AM

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QUOTE(MegaThroned @ Aug 15 2019, 12:33 AM)
Rindu zaman najib. All races unite to bring him down. Now look what happen.
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are malaysians so weak that they need a common enemy to stay united? hmm.gif

that means the fundamentals of unity aren't strong to begin with.
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post Aug 15 2019, 12:41 AM

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QUOTE(koja6049 @ Aug 15 2019, 12:35 AM)
are malaysians so weak that they need a common enemy to stay united?  hmm.gif

that means the fundamentals of unity aren't strong to begin with.
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Everyone is united when they have a common goal.
However, you have to understand that everyone have their own agenda as well.
How many politicians is willing to let go of their personal agenda for the greater good?

Back to the topic, there's too much distrust in the current society... lack or should I say refusal to understand views from both sides. Everyone shares the fault here.

Unity will be hard to achieve when one thinks they are above the rest... there are some examples in the replies here even
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post Aug 15 2019, 12:44 AM

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QUOTE(Songlap @ Aug 15 2019, 12:33 AM)
closed my topic

this dog should go jail
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Thank u
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post Aug 15 2019, 12:45 AM

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mujahid tidur ke ??

JAKIM is one f*king useless gomen agency

no need menteri...just cut all gomen fund to this agency
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Civil war civil war civil war civil war
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post Aug 15 2019, 12:48 AM

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QUOTE(vater @ Aug 15 2019, 12:41 AM)
Everyone is united when they have a common goal.
However, you have to understand that everyone have their own agenda as well.
How many politicians is willing to let go of their personal agenda for the greater good?

Back to the topic, there's too much distrust in the current society... lack or should I say refusal to understand views from both sides. Everyone shares the fault here.

Unity will be hard to achieve when one thinks they are above the rest... there are some examples in the replies here even
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Yes, i believe the issue here is perception. Even though it is the right move or logical move, the fact is people's emotion would always play into the equation.

For example, the call to deport Zakir Naik from non-muslims will more than often be seen as a "challenge to islam". But, if people like syed saddiq say the same thing, it would provoke a different kind of response, a less emotional one.

calls to punish instigators will not help either. there must be a stronger counter narrative instead. And I always stress that race and religion plays a very important factor, and thus the leading narrative must always come from a malay muslim.
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post Aug 15 2019, 12:48 AM

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QUOTE(myteam94 @ Aug 15 2019, 12:12 AM)
but this time not about politic but more on extremism  sad.gif  sad.gif
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Hong King got black monkey terrorist... bolehland got Zakir terrorist...
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post Aug 15 2019, 12:59 AM

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QUOTE(koja6049 @ Aug 15 2019, 12:48 AM)
Yes, i believe the issue here is perception. Even though it is the right move or logical move, the fact is people's emotion would always play into the equation.

For example, the call to deport Zakir Naik from non-muslims will more than often be seen as a "challenge to islam". But, if people like syed saddiq say the same thing, it would provoke a different kind of response, a less emotional one.

calls to punish instigators will not help either. there must be a stronger counter narrative instead. And I always stress that race and religion plays a very important factor, and thus the leading narrative must always come from a malay muslim.
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Very true. Perception is everything in the game of politics, and you are right that the power to change must come from within themselves. But it will not be an easy one.

They don't realize... the more you push, the more you're forcing them (possible silent majority) against you.
Example, first there was the khat issue, then the car accident issue (which in all honesty, is just a case of road rage gone badly, purely non-racial, but people see what they wanna see), then there's this.
Of course certain quarters may view this as an attack on the agreed "social contract"




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post Aug 15 2019, 01:00 AM

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terrible
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post Aug 15 2019, 01:03 AM

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QUOTE(koja6049 @ Aug 15 2019, 12:48 AM)
Yes, i believe the issue here is perception. Even though it is the right move or logical move, the fact is people's emotion would always play into the equation.

For example, the call to deport Zakir Naik from non-muslims will more than often be seen as a "challenge to islam". But, if people like syed saddiq say the same thing, it would provoke a different kind of response, a less emotional one.

calls to punish instigators will not help either. there must be a stronger counter narrative instead. And I always stress that race and religion plays a very important factor, and thus the leading narrative must always come from a malay muslim.
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I wonder why property still so expensive in Malaysia.

The outlook is not supposed to be good, both short term and long term. So property price should always reflect this.

If I have enough money to buy a property in Malaysia, why should I put my money here when the country's prospects are not good to begin with?

Will we see mass migration to other countries in increasing numbers?

So why property prices like sohai now?
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post Aug 15 2019, 01:13 AM

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lucky i don't have fb.
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post Aug 15 2019, 01:18 AM

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Ahhh so peaceful
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post Aug 15 2019, 01:24 AM

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QUOTE(Hobbez @ Aug 15 2019, 01:03 AM)
I wonder why property still so expensive in Malaysia.

The outlook is not supposed to be good, both short term and long term. So property price should always reflect this.

If I have enough money to buy a property in Malaysia, why should I put my money here when the country's prospects are not good to begin with?

Will we see mass migration to other countries in increasing numbers?

So why property prices like sohai now?
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Yes, the property boom is no longer going as great. Some may even say it's stagnant at the moment.
But if the majority is still able to service their loan / able to hold onto the property.

Prices won't come down/collapse. If I can hold onto my property for now.. why do I want to sell it now at a potential loss?
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post Aug 15 2019, 01:29 AM

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QUOTE(koja6049 @ Aug 15 2019, 12:08 AM)
My prediction came true again. May 13 is just looming around the corner if nothing is being done to rectify the situation sad.gif
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PLA will kill Hong Kong citizens before another May 13 happens in Malaysia
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post Aug 15 2019, 01:32 AM

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Omg...but why???

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