3.21.2013

"Inside Malaysia's Shadow State"

Asian Hip Hop Times tweeted the YouTube link.  Naturally, I pounced.

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  1. Heh, no surprises there. Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud has been in power for three decades. His family controls a good 70% of the real estate in the state capital Kuching. Nepotism, cronyism & good ole' corruption is the order of the day. Naturally, his allies in Peninsular Malaysia (the ruling National Alliance) is equally as mendacious, though to their credit the approach is more subtle. Point is, the Sarawakian people are sick & tired of this bullcrap; a sentiment shared by their Sabahan brethren as well as folks westside. The more things change, the more they stay the same =.='''

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    1. Finally glad someone said something!

      This is how POC fuck ourselves over. For example, my whole life - literally - Cameroon has had the same "President". Literally from the month I was born until now, Biya has been President, and the thing about these thieving dictator types is that they only think of themselves.

      Point is, the Sarawakian people are sick & tired of this bullcrap; a sentiment shared by their Sabahan brethren as well as folks westside.

      ...Calling these people squatters on their own damn land. *smdh*

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