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( di indon kapan ) Malaysia terjadinya bentrokkan melayu dengan china

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kaum mayoritas tolol asia tenggara mau bersaing dgn kaum minoritas warga pendatang asia timur

fakta buktikan otak orang asia timur memang jauh lebih pintar daripada otak orang asia tenggara

udah tolol masih gengsi .
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itu yang diaceh gunung leuseur siapa yang ngelakuin illegal logging ya?

ah sudahlah entar juga ujung2nya cina yang kena .. toh mereka jualnya kepabrik kayu milik cina juga emoticon-Big Grin

kalo video yang ditaruh ts sih udah jelas siapa yang salah juga

ada 2 pemuda melayu yang mencolong hape oppo didalam mall.. akhirnya sama penjaga toko ditangkap dan diserahkan kepolisi .. karena polisi menganggap satu orang yang mencuri maka 1 orang lainnya dilepas ... melayu yang dilepas ini gak senang dan memberi tahu teman2nya kalo salah satu temannya ditipu pemilik toko dengan menjual hape palsu dan malah temannya dilaporin dengan tuduhan mencuri ... mendengar itu datanglah mereka beramai ramai dan melakukan pengeroyokan dan pengrusakan didalam mall tsb ... untung aja si cina pedagang ada cctv sebagai bukti kalo si melayu nyolong hape ... karna ada bukti tsb teman2 si melayu pencuripun menyalahkan temannya yang berbohong.

maaf kalo belepotan ane nulisnya emoticon-Big Grin
Diubah oleh grosson
Cino londo kari separo gannn!!
Rausah nyalah2 cino!!
Seng salah kui sundo!!
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Intinya siapa yg ikut cara barat si pemimpin sainstek itulah yg akan maju dulu. Malaysia krn tidak mau kalah dgn Sgp yg adopsi pendidikan barat terlebih dulu akhirnya lebih maju dr Indonesia yg warganya dihasut untuk membenci barat.
Diubah oleh mahendrahasan69
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sudah ramai orang kena tipu di lowyat https://www.facebook.com/BoikotBaran...85569/?fref=nf
Diubah oleh syafiz5035
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Dengan mengucapkan pasword mk kejahatan bisa jd kebenaran. Benar2 bodoh.
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Ora nyambong matamu goblok
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Yang gw bold, setuju gw bray emoticon-Big Grin

Yang ngasih ijin belanda buka koloni di pulau jawa (sunda kelapa) sehingga jawa bisa jatuh ke tangan belanda ya mereka2 itu.
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Bung karno setengah jawa (atau mungkin kurang) gan, ibunya bung karno orang bali soalnya.
Kalau masalah rasis , indonesia masih lebih bagus banding malaysia
Tuh lihat.. Mayoritas mahasiswa malaysia yg kuliah disini warga china dan india

Dan mereka sendiri bilang , disana di persulit . Warga negara kelas 2 begindang
Ni trit masih hidup juga ya.
Buat yang pengen tau kronologinya, ada beritanya ternyata:

BBC Trending
How a stolen mobile phone turned into a national issue

It started with a seemingly minor incident. In a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, two Malay men were haggling with a Chinese shopkeeper. The men then made off with a mobile phone. They were caught and arrested - and that's when the real trouble started.
"One of the men was released and he returned a few hours later with seven more Malay men who claimed to have been scammed by the Chinese shopkeepers," says Shannon Teoh a journalist with Singapore's Straits Times newspaper who was on the scene shortly after trouble broke out. "The group turned up at the mall looking to pick a fight. They were beaten back by the shopkeepers."
A brawl broke out and it was filmed by a bystander who uploaded the video to Facebook. This resulted in a deluge of racist comments about the Chinese community in Malaysia. Many jumped to the defence of the thief and his friends. "I salute you seven people!" wrote Facebook user Syukri Naim. "Despite getting whacked by many you didn't retreat!!!" The video of the incident has been viewed almost 800,000 times on Facebook and shared on chat applications and Twitter.
And that wasn't the end of it. That evening more than a hundred people gathered outside the mall. Several people were injured including a Chinese photographer and a Chinese journalist. A group of Chinese people in a car were attacked during the violence that ensued. What started out as an isolated case of petty theft, escalated into a series of racially charged events.
So why did a relatively minor crime which happened a week ago (Saturday 11 July) touch off such huge unrest? The main reason is the underlying tension between ethnic Malays and the Chinese community in Malaysia, says Tse Yin Lee of BBC Monitoring. "Racial stereotypes lead some to believe that the Chinese are taking all of the good jobs and earning more money than Malays themselves," she says. "This incident really highlights how potent racial stereotypes are in Malaysia and how quickly dissatisfaction over what seems to be an inconsequential incident can quickly tip into organised violence."
The authorities moved quickly to try to defuse the situation. Police issued a statement on Twitter to say their investigation was about crime, not race. Even the Prime Minister Najib Razak got involved. In a post on his Facebook page, Razak issued a warning: "This should be viewed as a criminal case rather than a problem of racism. I can see pictures that have nothing to do with this case all over social media. We need to avoid mob psychology and check the facts."
But not everyone heeded the Prime Minister's call - the "pictures that have nothing to do with this case" that he referred to included fake and old photos which were shared along with captions describing them as depicting the violence at the mall, all of which added to the tension.
But there's also been a counter movement online, and some people are urging an end to the racial insults. To take just one example, a selfie published on Facebook by a Malay man with one of the Chinese shopkeepers went viral. In the caption accompanying the image, the Malay man compliments the shopkeeper, saying he's always been treated very well by him.
"It hasn't all been negative. The authorities have used social media very effectively in this case to quickly take control of the issue and there are many instances of people using it to challenge racial comments, reassure other races and voice their abhorrence of what happened," Lee says. "So there is hope that the country will eventually move past these stereotypes."
http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-33572436

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di malon g ada yg namanya bhineka tunggal ika sbgai landasan bernegara
di mari jelas tercantum di garuda pancasila
goblok amat tsnya
malingnya play victim sampai adu domba
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