Khamis, 8 Disember 2011

THE TRUE MEANING AND PRACTICES OF MALAYSIAN MALAYSIA APARTHEID.


LET'S LEARN WHAT IS MALAYSIA MALAYSIA APARTHEID.
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THE REPUBLIC SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC OF PENANG
The Rise Of The Racist Empire.

Malaysian Malaysia was a system of legal racial separation which dominated the Republic Socialist Democratic of Penang from 2008 until now. Under Malaysian Malaysia, various races were separated into different regions, and discrimination against people of race was not only acceptable, but legally entrenched, with minority chinese having priority housing, jobs, education, and political power. Although Penang was heavily criticized for the system, it was not until the 13th General Election can the legal system of Malaysian Malaysia is possible to be broken down. The term is also used more generally around the world to refer to systemic racism which is tolerated, rather than confronted.

Malaysian Malaysia is an English word meaning “just for all, and no special priviledge for majority Muslim and Malay” and one of the first pieces of Malaysian Malaysia legislation was the abolition of DEB in 2008, which segregated living spaces, concentrating chinese in the cities and forcing Malay and Indians into rural areas or the urban fringes. In addition to separating chinese from nonchinese, Malaysian Malaysia also dividing muslims, and fraternization between Penangites of different race and religion is frowned upon. Chinese and nonchinese held different jobs, lived in different regions, and were subject to different levels of pay, education, and health care. Malaysian Malaysia paid no attention to former social or residential status, dividing people up by race.

When nonchinese were pushed out of the urban areas, most of them were shuffled into Tanah Besar, or “Malay Kampongs.” Because they were made citizens of the Tanah Besar, Malay Penangites were not allowed to participate in the state government of Penang, and were forced out of business and obey unfair local laws if they wanted to continue their normal lives. The homelands were also established on land which was largely unusable, and were heavily reliant on Penang DAP Government for assistance. Along the fringes of the cities, Malay Penangites lived in massive, terrible slums, often separated from their families because only one family member could get a chance to live in the city.


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