Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Orang Besar dan makan

Oh tadi, duduk-duduk. Borak-borak.
Saya orang yang paling dekat dengan tempat borak kali ini, tapi saya yang paling lewat. Tapi, saya tak datang dengan tangan kosong. Saya bawak kek. Harga £1. Cukuplah kan?

Borak sambil tengok agenda di televisyen. Skrin besar. Sambung dengan komputer riba. Tapi mata rabun, skrin besar pun macam tak nampak gitu.

Borak-borak, duduk-duduk empat lelaki dua perempuan. Sorang tu single mingle. Satu sudah berpunya, empat lagi tiga kosong. Hahaha.. orang single mingle tak berminat dengan yang empat sebab dia sudah pandang 'orang lain' hahaha.

Oh cerita borak-borak, duduk-duduk tadi buka bab orang-orang besar yang nak datang ke Glasgow. Orang-orang besar atas nama MSD (Malaysian Student Department) nak datang hari Ahad ni. Nak borak-borak buang masa dengan kami. Tak tahulah apa intipati sebenarnya orang-orang besar ni nak datang menyusahkan errr... melawat kami. Tak pulak dimaklumkan secara terperinci. Terpaksalah kami tunggu cerita merapu err... terkini mereka nanti.

Kami, empat lelaki dua wanita terpaksa berborak-borak nak buat apa untuk orang-orang besar ini. Tempat nak kena cari, agenda makan kena dipenuhi. Nak makan apa ye? Mata sudah melirik pada bekas-bekas makanan yang terhidang atas meja di rumah tuan rumah. Hmm... sedapnya. Tadi makan percuma, petang ni makan percuma lah lagi. Seronok. Modal cuma kek £1 dapat habuan nasi, sup tulang, daging AYAM goreng dan dua pencuci mulut yang sangat-sangat sedap. Hahaha.

Ah! Agenda makan-makan masa sesi borak-borak buang masa dengan MSD. Oh! Kata presiden, kita makan meehoon aje la. Ya ya! Saya setuju! Saya suka meehoon goreng. Presiden kata masuk bekas aje. Tak payah susah-susah nak hidang. Hari Ahad jam 3 petang.

Erk! Saya kerja habis jam 3.30pm. Err... saya tak boleh minta cuti sebab nak simpan cuti untuk raya Idul Fitri yang bakal tiba di hari Sabtu atau Ahad bulan Oktober. Bagaimana ek?

"Ah! Kau datang time makan jer nanti." Kata presiden.

Yeay! Yeay! Kalau sempat la ye. Bukan setakat saya kerja, saya juga naik kenderaan awam. Tak tahu lah bila akan tibanya ke tempat sesi berborak buang masa dengan MSD tu kan kan kan??

Simpankan satu bekas plastik meehoon goreng untuk saya ye!

21 comments:

Pa'chik said...

raya dah dekat la kot... dari lapuran klposdotkom semua adunan dah dipanggil miting dengan kepala adunan semalam.

khairyn said...

ada.. tadi pun dorang ada cakap pasal meeting tu. Kat Mesia.
Aku angkat tangan nak jadi volunteer jadi wakil glasgow kat mesia tapi tiket kapai terbang depa kenala bayar.
Presiden aku senyum ja. Tak de peruntukan la tu hahaha

Pa'chik said...

bila pulak melaya ada adunan kat glasgow neh? kekeke...

ah kim said...

Salam.

Wah! Sana timpat pun makan meehoon ho? Wa ingat sini melesia saja bikin meehoon kalau ada meeting ka gathering ka. Musim apa ho sana timpat? Munga ka gugo ka sejuk ka panas? Wa ingat mau pigi nyalan-nyalan sana lo. Moleh ho?

Telima kasih. Kasi wa nyalan lulu ho!

Indera Kencana said...

Bukan datang atas agenda politik ke Khairyn..??
Bagaimanalah agaknya orang besar menjamu selera dengan meehon je..
(Kalau sudah di rantau orang, harus terima apa sahaja hidangan orang. Tiada kuasa memilih. Walau si tetamu itu orang berpangkat besar. Betul tak Khairyn?)

akirasuri said...

erk!
kak harny!
saya nak sebungkus meehoon tu jugak.
tolong simpankan sebungkus ek :D

oh oh!
MSD tu datang nak bagi sekolersip ke?
hahak.
musim raya-raya ni selalu ada durian runtuh kan kan kan :D

izinni said...

takde menu lain ka? makeroni goreng ke. hehehhehe

oit! malam tadi kan kan. aku mimpi hang. aku naik kapalterbang gi jumpa hang, duduk kat umah hang. pastu hang bawak aku gi jalan-jalan. ada tempat snow, ada tempat macam kat mesia la plak, siap banjir lagik. yang bestnya ... hang tak duduk sekotlen. hang duduk germany. hehehhehehe

Azhar Ahmad said...

Kalau saya berbakul-bakul alasan saya beri untuk tidak datang.... Saya tak suka agenda politik...

Pa'chik said...

hahah.. izi ko mimpi madu ko ye... kekekek... pegi la keja kat sana.. anak ko yang kecik tu bagi aku.. kekekeke....

blackpurple said...

Orang-orang besar ke orang-oramg politik? ha ha

Mihun goreng kalau letak udang besar-besar...Pergh!!!

blackpurple said...

Orang-orang besar ke orang-oramg politik? ha ha

Mihun goreng kalau letak udang besar-besar...Pergh!!!

samp said...

I just feel ashamed when every time I am carrying a Malaysian passport to travel to other country especially western country like Australia and US. This is due to our government policies about anti westerner and look down on the developing country like China, India and Vietnam is coming on this way.

In fact I would say, I am not in the group of Malaysians who are support our government, I do hate the government, sometimes I am thinking in my mind that whenever I will travel, I wish just to tell the people that I hate my government or just simply tell that I am from Singapore or even China is better still than telling them that I am from Malaysia.

Our country diplomatists are sucks, because our government are too proud of themselves, I don't know what is the thing that make them so proud?

Is that just because our minister always thought that they are far more richer than the minister or senator from other country, because our money is their money and their money does not belong to us!

But God sake, I am from Penang, I am really proud to be, because every time being ask about my place of origin, I would rather tell them I am from Penang, but not Malaysia, then you will hear some compliment from their speak.

If any of time I tell them that I am from Malaysia, then expect to hear "Oh, nice to meet you, I see you later" that is it, no more.

aston said...

Malaysia only hits the world's headlines when something goes wrong.

Nothing unusual there. Malaysia is regarded as a rogue state and whenever Malaysia is mentioned, it is always alongside countries which are corrupt and backward.

More recently, also a hotbed or a haven for radical Islam.

ruyom said...

It is true NEP has its good and its bad points depending on whose view you are looking at it.

The non-malays have been straddled with this law for a long time and I can see lots of dissatisfaction emerging from their rank. This can be seen by the ever-increasing number of emigration taking place as well as non-returning students from abroad.

I cannot start to call them traitors, as some of the malays here seem to imply on them. Put yourself in their shoe first and feel the full effect of the discrimination for over 30 years……….Do you think you will be happy? Anybody?

Want to know why the non-malays are all running away from Malaysia for greener pasture as malays call traitors and rats? Know that even rats must be wise to jump ship when the ship is sinking.

The government has been pushing the unity theme for Malaysia for a long time - the so called Bangsa Malaysia. How do you unite people? How are you going to unite people of different races where one race enjoys more rights than other races? Unity can never happen if there is inequality.

So, if you don't want people to comment on your special rights, then don't talk about unity in front of the non-malays.

The next reason why the non-malays keep on condemning the special rights is because of the implementation of it. Does every malay has the chance to enjoy their special rights? From what non-malays have been seeing since the past till now, only the rich and powerful are enjoying it. The poor malays are still poor. How many poor malays were transformed from poverty to middle class?

Sure, what you talk about your experience might be true if you put it in a nutshell. You cite examples of success stories and cases which is what it should be. But don't use special rights to deny a fellow deserving Malaysian of that chance too.

If you don't trust your fellow countrymen, whom in the world are you going to put your faith into?

The reasons have been given, countless in fact. And I believe you can also see it for yourself what kind of state Malaysia is in now. No unity, no improvement in the competitiveness in Malaysia.

I believe no community will get stronger if it depends on protection all the time. In face of globalization, each one must pull its own weight but work as a team. Otherwise we go down together.

konek said...

I suggest the malay learn how to speak proper English. The grammar mistakes and spelling errors speak volumes on your competence and credibility.

I prefer to look at facts rather than opinions.

Facts:
Filipinos, Indonesians and Malays are mostly from the same race, with less or more a minority in other races. All of these countries are doing badly. All of these countries have poor records when it comes to corruption, discrimination, incompetence, etc etc.

The conclusion?
I personally believe that out of 10 malays there is at the very most 1, that can be even considered remotely intelligent. When you put that 1 malay with the other 9 malays, that 1 malay automatically becomes stupid.

This is an opinion based on universally known 'facts'.

yoy said...

You malays don't like it? You leave! We are going to stay! We like it here! Who gives you the right to tell us what to do?

They just jealous because they are lose in economical race. I can understand that. If immigrants more rich than malays, then malays will be jealous like hell. It happens everywhere. If Chinese poor - I am sure malays never become racists but Chinese never made to be poor. We are made to be winners and sorry to the losers who become racists after that.

Malays never beat Chinese in economy even until end of the world - their destiny is to become slaves.

Why we live in your country because it is easier to earn money there - because your peoples have no brains that is why there are no competitive.

We are not scare at you my friend, lots of Chinese already move to other country such as Australia, Singapore or US. We have the money, we can go everywhere we like even going back to China!

God damn, you are really a fool. Why Chinese are everywhere? Here, let me tell you why. In China, it is hard to earn money because the competitive is extremely high. Where in country like Malaysia, there are no competitive at all - the reason is simple, you malays doesn't know how to do business and earn cash, so all the opportunity goes to the Chinese.

You have brain and you malays are well educated? And want to make Malaysia better? Why Malaysia still likes that? Corrupted, useless, weak junk country! The currency is useless, economy like shit! Think fools!

Thanks to Malaysia? Hahaha! And you said become rich because of Malaysia? No, Chinese become rich because we are hardworking and smart! Fools you! Chinese go everywhere also can live, in Australia, US, and all over the world. Go traveling around and see if you can find any malay! Hahaha!

Become smart because education in Malaysia? Dream! Think smart! Your education system is lousy, suck, useless! The standard is low! Find prove stupid!

Heart? Where is our heart? You malays don't like Chinese, why do Chinese have to pay our heart to Malaysia?

Point the finger to yourself. What a big fool malay stupid dumbass.

Also, visit your brother Indonesia, and you can see all the companies and shops are operated by Chinese. We also conquer your brother economy, fools! Hahaha……….what a joke! Indonesia!

Let us face it. You don't want Chinese to get out of Malaysia. Because if they did, Malaysia would never develop. They would also bring a great deal of financial wealth and investments with them too.

Note Malaysia is doing well. It certainly isn't because of the malays.

And Thailand which is another prosperous South-East Asia nation. It also has a large Chinese population and a national culture that is welcoming towards Chinese. At least they have a leader on the South-East Asia knows of how to treat Chinese. It is no wonder that Thailand is on the verge of being a developed nation.

tim said...

Racism in Malaysia is apparent to anyone who has eyes! Malays are just a bunch of cripples who will collapse to the ground if their tongkat is taken away.

Remove their constitutional rights, their 7% discount on houses, their 30% equity in companies, their quota system in public universities etc……….what is left?

Only a bunch of malays begging in gutters or worse, they may have to eat pork to survive!

fargoman said...

Ah……….the history lessons begin again.

As much as the malays do not like the "Orang Putih". These "Orang Putih" built infrastructures and schools for Malaysia. Yes, they did have an economic agenda, but on the whole, it is believed that they did more good than harm.

Now, please read "Melayu Journal" published by Dewan Bahasa Pustaka 2005. It clearly states that the "contract" which you speak so lovingly of, was issued only for a duration of 15 years.

It was tagged under the NEP. Since the NEP failed miserably, it was "extended" under a new name called the NVP. When that failed too, it has once again been "extended" under the new name of the NDP. In a nutshell, it has failed for 50 years.

Don't the malays smell something amiss here? Put in perspective, our Malaysia government has publicly announced to the world, that despite targeted government aid for half a century, the malays are so hopeless, stupid and useless that they still cannot fend for themselves.

Think hard not with emotion, but look at the fact. This fact is very very embarrassing for Malaysia. As it says that the malays are not able to succeed despite being given aid for half a century.

Back to more serious business: The NEP, NVP and NDP or by whatever name you call it tomorrow. So for 50 years, it has "dished out" money to the malays. Realistically, how many of you received that money?

Except for the elite few who sit on the "high and mighty" seats of the government. And that is why, to continue to receive that "special bumi aid" money, they have to insist that there is racial tension in the country. In fact, they promote it by virtue of fact that "race-based organizations" still exist till today.

The Orang Asli also fall into the bumi category. They arrived here 60000 years ago (mind you, the first Indonesian arrival was only 3000 years ago).

Jabatan Orang Asli has been "actively" helping them for the past 50 years. They still live in the jungle. Where I may ask, has that allocated money gone to? Many proponents have insisted that Jabatan Orang Asli has been "helping themselves" instead.

Go to any Orang Asli settlement and see it for yourself.

Your money. Take it back. Or forever live like paupers.

julee said...

Honestly, I have lost all hope in this country! It is beyond redemption as it has already sunk into 'the abyss'.

It is a place to exist but not to live.

That is why I never celebrate national day and I never speak well of the country and this government.

The civil service is a refuge for the lazy. There is no commitment nor dedication.

coolooc said...

Sad to say without the Chinese and other non-malay races in Malaysia and Indonesia, the region will be the backwater of Southeast Asia.

The malays cannot stand on their own feet. Just compare the GDP contribution of non-malays present and past against the malays.

Sadly, the most Middle Eastern civilization are Islamic based on their God Allah and they are a failure compared to western civilization based on human ideology. This is partially why Malaysia 'tak boleh maju', as its policies are based on religion and race.

Oh wait, to that malay who says 'majority is always right'. Certainly, you still have a long way to go. You are not 'sons of the soil'. The Orang Asli, not the malays, are the rightful owner of Malaysia.

You guys stole the land from them, just like your Arab brothers who tried to force their religion on others by military conquest in hopes of dying for your God and copulate with the 72 virgins in Muslim paradise! Cheers.

vesewe said...

Never in the entire history of Malaysia that its citizens feel so hopeless for having such a hypocrite sleepy prime minister! Time to vote Umno out in the coming election!