WZWH Jawab Sakmongkol AK47: Apa DAP Mahu?

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DAP gives hope for the creation of a good government based on the principle of rule of law. Which in practice simply means, DAP gives hope for a government that does not rule impulsively and does not run rough shod over its people. 

As for the Chinese, DAP gives hope for some form of comforting relief of their underlying fears.


The hope comes in a tangible form. In the form of a team of leaders comprising of different Malaysian races, determined, disciplined, able and dedicated to a political cause.


What do the Chinese today want?  Having mixed with them and doing some close observation, what they value most is fair dealing and fair treatment from a good government. 

Good Government. Fair Treatment. 

They don’t need to be PM or DPM, but they want guarantees from a just and fair government to be able to make a living, accumulation of wealth protected by law, their children getting and able to get sound education, can exercise freedom of choice, given sufficient space to practise their culture, language. To be able to live and die peacefully.



THEN WZWH jawab Sakmongkol AK47: APA DAP MAHU?


For nearly 60 years The Current Government is being led by UMNO and components including MCA, MIC and others has policies " very fair dealing and treatment" that produce the figure 50 richest Malaysians in USD below, in which billionaires and millionaires support the Malaysian Society economically and socially across multi racial communities:

My beloved Malaysia oppresses her Chinese?

How, if so, does anyone explain so many very rich Chinese in this country under the rule of this "racist" UMNO?

The non-Chinese rich are in red, red being the so-called racist colour:


1, Robert Kuok, 91, $11.3B, diversified

2, Ananda Krishnan, 77, $9.7B, telecom

3, Quek Leng Chan, 74, $5.6B, banking & real estate

4, Lim Kok Thay, 64, $5.5B, casinos

5, Teh Hong Piow, 85, $5.4B, banking

6, Lee Shin Cheng, 76, $4.6B, palm oil & real estate

7, Yeoh Tiong Lay, 85, $3B, construction & real estate

8, Syed Mokhtar AlBukhary, 63, $2.9B, diversified

9, Goh Peng Ooi, 60, $1.6B, software

10, Lee Oi Hian & Lee Hau Hian, -, $1.5B, palm oil/chemicals/real estate

11, Tiong Hiew King, 80, $1.4B, timber/media

12, Surin Upatkoon (aka K.K Lau), 66, $1.3B, telecoms/lotteries/insurance

13, Danny Tan Chee Sing, 60, $1.3B, real estate

14, Vincent Tan, 63, $1.2B, diversified

15, Lau Cho Kun, 80, $1.1B, palm oil/real estate

16, Tan Heng Chew, 68, $1B, motor vehicles

17, G. Gnanalingam, 71, $985M, ports

18, Kuan Kam Hon, 67, $980M, synthetic gloves

19, Jeffrey Cheah, 70, $950M, real estate

20, Azman Hashim, 76, $865M, banking

21, Shahril & Shahriman Shamsuddin, -, $860M, oil & gas

22, Yaw Teck Seng & Yaw Chee Ming, -, $820M, forestry

23, Desmond Lim Siew Choon, 54, $780M, real estate

24, Chen Lip Keong, 68, $750M, casinos

25, Syed Azman Ibrahim, 55, $740M, transport/motor vehicles

26, Mokhzani Mahathir, 54, $700M, oil & gas services

27, Lim Kang Hoo, 61, $650M, real estate

28, Ahmayuddin bin Ahmad, 59, $600M, ports

29, Chia Song Kun, 65, $560M, food production

30, Ninian Mogan Lourdenadin, 61, $550M, real estate/retail

31, Kamarudin Meranun, 54, $540M, airlines

32, Ngau Boon Keat, 67, $535M, oil & gas

33, Anthony Fernandes, 51, $530M, airlines

34, Lim Kuang Sia, 63, $510M, rubber gloves

35, Ong Leong Huat, 71, $435M, finance/real estate

36, Chong Chook Yew, 92, $380M, real estate

37, Ling Chiong Ho, 64, $350M, palm oil/ships

38, Lim Han Weng, 63, $340M, oil & gas

39, Loh Kian Chong, 39, $325M, motor vehicles/palm oil

40, Leong Hoy Kum, 58, $320M, real estate

41, Lim Wee Chai, 57, $315M, rubber gloves

42, Gooi Seong Lim, 65, $310M, property/construction

43, Kua Sian Kooi, 63, $305M, insurance

44, Khoo Kay Peng, 76, $300M, retail/hotels

45, Khoo Cheng Hai, 74, $285M, real estate

46, Lim Teck Meng, 78, $280M, Manufacturing

47, Ng Chin Heng, 66, $275M, real estate

48, Tan Chin Nam, 89, $270M, real estate

49, Abdul Hamed Sepawi, 66, $255M, timber

50. Kong Chong Soon, 74, $240M, real estate


Some Malaysians are perpetuating the idea that the Malays and UMNO are pursuing a racist agenda. Nothing is further from the truth. 

Comments

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