Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Saya Anak Malaysia

"Negaraku Tanah Tumpahnya Darah Ku...."

Salam & Good morning to my beloved Malaysians, for the past couple of months, after reading comments and feedbacks on the social media, I just want to share with every one the truth of the matter which is not so much of us Malaysians being racists. It's more then meet the eyes.. Well, this is my perspective... 

Personally, there's one party which is responsible for this sentiment, DAP. They have been spreading rumours & lies about how bad we have been governed while spreading, insinuating and provoking racial discriminations. We are all well aware that their social media vehicle is the so called red bean army. Just google about them. We all have received provocation & threats from them. Ask Michelle Yeoh and many others! They are the ones who are creating disunity among us. I hope the authorities will take actions against them. Nonetheless, let's think above what we read as I know we Malaysians are smarter when we think rationally rather than emotionally.... Any civil society will eventually fall for this prey of tactics. To my fellow Malays, please do not blame others, we have benefited so much over the years. Let's unite together like how our forefathers have done when we go thru crisis and tackle these people who have been spreading rumours about racism! 

To all my beloved Malaysians, It's time to for us all to regroup & focus on PEACE, PROGRESS & STABILITY. We have 7 more years to achieve our vision 2020! Malaysia is a country with ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES when we work hard together. Now that the Rakyat has chosen let's ensure all promises made will be delivered and we must support our PM to take this country to the highest level possible!

I promise you that I will do my best as fellow Malaysians and for the future of my 4 young children! Insyallah and God willing we can do this together..

Last but not least let's ignore all the negativities that we read online! its seriously not healthy and damaging hearts and minds! Let's move forward with lots of love for Malaysia and her Rakyat and a positive mindset of the best has yet to come!!




  1. Together we make a better nation for our young generation.

  2. well written.Racism is shared by people who are scared and insecure. In Malaysia there will be opportunists who continue to fan the race card to gain advantage for themselves. We are truly blessed to live in Malaysia as we have enjoyed peace stability and progress.
    Sooner or later people will discover that the unpopular decision is made in view of the future's gain....Short term gains can always be gained by popular decisions but usually dwindle out in no time.
    Keep up the excellent work DS!

  3. Salam,

    Dato', is that true that your father was among the kirkbyites that appeared in a movie called ' A Town Like Alice' a 1956 production filmed in Pinewood Studio, London. I just stumbled into that info while working on an article as below


  4. It's a irresponsible accusation to saya that DAp is racism. It shows that you are spreading fitnah.

  5. Branding a nation is about the soul of the country, and not about having big words/slogans with open interpretations - Endless Possibilities. I guess it is too late. The idea to brand a country the same way that companies do branding to their products and services is arrogance, vain and foolish. You are imposing self thought campaigns and then undertake media roll out without considering the soul and true aspiration of the country. Nation branding is public diplomacy building a collective competitive identity that must be driven by proud citizens of Malaysia. Look at your youtube Malaysia.my channel. Hardly any views since uploaded 6 months ago. This is not about not spending enough funds to propagate the slogan, it is about not knowing what you doing. You conceived something from the sky and for the sky. This is not enriching Malaysia, it is damaging. Hardly anyone can relate to the campaign 'Endless Possibilities'.