Najib’s Real MIB

Photo courtesy of The Sun Daily
There is approximately 2 million Indians in Malaysia. Their ancestors were brought here by the British to work on the rubber, coffee, tea and sugar plantations.

In 1931, there were 640,000 Indians. In Selangor that year, they outnumbered the Selangor Malays.

Although the Malays were marginalised initially, steps were taken by the British Residents to ensure that the Malays do not lose out to the immigrants.

However, very little was done to help improve the living conditions and education of the Indian community.

Estates management refused to spend on the Tamil schools in their estates, while the British lent very little support to sustain these schools.  The British’s only aim was to keep the Indians as labourers for the estates they own.

All this changed after Merdeka when the Alliance (now Barisan Nasional) began funding the Tamil schools that have transitioned to national-type schools although the sum was small. This continued throughout only until recently.

The luxury gap between the rich and poor Indians grew as a result, and the latter group was getting into all sorts of trouble. There was very little help made available to the Indians in Malaysia even when a certain Prime Minister of Indian descent had all the means for 22 years to help.

If you think that the Indians fare better under the Opposition in the states that they administer then you are dead wrong.  There have been many cases of oppression of the Indians by the Pakatan governments.

For the past two years, Najib Razak has put together a team to come up with a blueprint that could assist the Indian community.

Called the Malaysian Indian Blueprint or MIB in short – it contains solutions to several key issues affecting the Indians such as education, improving livelihoods and better social inclusion.

Even before the existence of the blueprint, Najib Razak has personally made efforts to improve conditions for the Indians.

For example, there are only 523 Tamil schools in the country. Yet, Najib pledged RM800 million for these schools, or RM1.5 million for each Tamil school.

On top of that, an Indian was appointed as the Deputy Education Minister for the first time in this nation’s history.

Najib also created four departments in his office to look into the plight of the Indians. They are the Tamil Schools Transformation Plan, the Secretariat for the Empowerment of Indian Entrepreneurs, the Special Implementation Task Force, and the Socio-Economic Development for the Indian Community.

He also set up a Cabinet Committee for the Indian Community which he chairs and meets with the stakeholders every month.

Therefore, a lot has been done and is being done by Najib Razak, who is a Malay and a Muslim, for the Indians, more than any Prime Minister or Opposition leader ever has!

And for the next ten years, the MIB will see a whole lot more improvements done for the Indians.

All that for only 7 percent of the total population!

So, why are these people being rude?

The Importance of Impartiality 

Doris “Dorie” Miller was a Petty Officer (Sergeant equivalent) Ship’s Cook Third-Class on board the battleship USS West Virginia in the US Navy. That was about the only trade available for African-Americans when World War Two broke out.

It was a time when racial segregation and discrimination was strong in the US of A.

Yet, Dorie Miller was awarded the Navy Cross for helping move his mortally wounded Ship’s Captain Mervyn Sharp Bennion from further danger and saved countless other wounded crew.

Miller was never given any training to handle any weapon but took it upon himself to man a .50-caliber Browning anti-aircraft machine hun to shoot at Japanese airplanes.

Despite working in a system that discriminates him, he gave his all for his country as expected of him.


In Malaysia, civil servants have integrity problems. Five teachers have been slapped with a show-cause letter each for participating on an Opposition stage openly criticising the government-of-the-day.

Their action is in breach of Regulations 4(1) of the (Peraturan-Peraturan Pegawai Awam ( Kelakuan dan Tatatertib) 1993 – P.U.(A)395/1993.


When I was an Officer Cadet my instructors told me that as an Officer of His Majesty’s Service I must remain impartial at all times but may vote for those whom I think deserves to represent the people.

Civil servants must remain impartial as they represent the government. This ensures that integrity of the civil service and the trust of the people are not affected.

The Ministers who head each of the Ministry are elected into their positions, get a feel of what is happening on the ground before formulating policies to steer the machinery of the Ministry he or she is in-charge of in line with whole direction the nation is moving towards.

I turn it is for the civil servants to implement these policies on the ground and ensure the effectiveness of the policies, if not, provide feedback. They are not independent from the government-of-the-day they must serve and for that their impartiality is paramount.

Therefore, civil servants must refrain from openly expressing their political views what more stand on a political stage spewing hatred and anger towards the government they work for.


Even the Prime Minister lamented that the government is facing a huge challenge as it is easier for the people to stoke anger and hatred.

The tactics to incite and spread hatred and anger now ate the same as the ones used to create racial and religious disharmony and hatred towards the government in the months preceding the 13 May 1969 tragedy.

It is made worse now as disgruntled civil servants now join in the fray and speak against the government thinking that it is part of their democratic rights.

The need for teachers to preseve political impartiality was stressed even in Indonesia by Vice President Jusuf Kalla.


He said that teachers need to instead maintain their professionalism and focus on providing education to students.

In Singapore, the need for civil servants to remain politically impartial is enshrined in its Civil Service Code of Standards and Behaviour.


It says that the civil servants must conscientiously serve the government-of-the-day.

Political impartiality is also important to maintain public confidence in the civil service.


For this I agree with the Education Minister that although Malaysia is a democratic country and it is within the rights of the five teachers to support whomever they wish to, the teachers are still subjected to the regulations for civil servants.

If they are teachers, appearing on the Opposition stage criticising the government, and there is slander and malicious intent then it is better for them to leave the teaching profession and contest in elections,” added the Minister.

Ask yourself what would you do if your domestic helper openly criticise you in front of your neighbours?

What Become With Government Foot Hand?

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Morning just now I read article inside picture upstairs I sigh myself, “Mother grandfather! Why English language foot hand government appalling very?”

Who we want blaming? Try you answer that. Who we want blaming? Language Malaysia fighter? Answer its easy: LAZY. Yes! Foot hand government making portal this find road simple. Type inside Malaysia language and afterwards put inside Google Translate and press click. With simple work his complete.

Afterwards, they angry with people say they many fat and work steal bone. Morning come work, punch card, then coffee. 9.30 morning new enter office. 10 morning friend work come place his and invite go drink coffee. After drink coffee 11 morning new enter office. Look one two file then 12.15 middle day go out eat lunch. 2.15 evening new enter office then go for pray Zohor. 3 evening new enter office. 4 evening friend work invite go tea pull. 4.30 evening punch out go back. If foot hand government that already marriage, Thursday must go back early because Thursday Night Friday – must go surau read Yaasin. Actually no say wife want unity!

Reason that citizen Malaysia no looking foot hand government with respect. Citizen Malaysia always angry with government foot hand reason they see foot hand government make work at time own, many fat, work steal bone, eat salary blind.

When leader foot hand angry foot hand say foot hand all many fat, foot hand write letter kite send to director say leader no good, work no good, no friendly, always bully foot hand.

This foot hand now. Some correct many fat and lazy. Pity foot hand making work correct. They become victim situation. Leader department must conserve worker good with ensure worker no good no get punishment like no rise salary, no rise rank. New foot hand good happy and giving service good.

Government must ensure rate service department government all good from foot hand rank low most until to foot hand senior. If no then we no become one country which productive and possess effort compete. Foot hand government must can speaking and writing inside language English so they can

Today Saturday foot hand government no working. Therefore, I want go eat wind. Safe leave to all.