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    Bank Robbery

    A bank was robbed at the Bandar Sri Damansara busy shoplot center. http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...444&sec=nation

    Acccording to my son who happened to be in the area, he heard the guard giving statement that the robbers looked like Bangladeshi, sound like one and looked clueless as two as they held up a lecturer instead of the bank guard for his pump gun.
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    Oh well!..more daring armed robbery nowadays...this land becoming more of like the USA Wild West in the mid 19th century, and perhaps one of the place in the world with a very real possibility an ATM machine can be being hauled out of the bank!. Not that it haven't happened in very recent times. I can only shake my head with disgust! No more safe!

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    and our goverment wants to take in more bangladeshi !

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    malaysia = south africa

    soon, private armed security personnel would be a norm

    for all you know, robbers may even attempt to do a big job at genting casino........

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowy_8 View Post
    and our goverment wants to take in more bangladeshi !
    that's because they don't allow employees from certain countries doing most sectors eg. china

    who to blame ?

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    With all whatever thats hinted, insinuated or already the obvious, this land is sliding for the worse. Just we all rakyat have to survive and live by our own wit. I really cringe and dread to think what its like another 2 decades later.

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    after hearing all these robberies, it makes one cringe with stress even in their own home.....tak boleh tidur nyenyak.

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    A lot of crimes in the news was probably unthinkable or slimmer chance of happening a decade or 2 before. Now even lots of Africans are nabbed for drug related offences. I know Sg Buloh jail is with loads of criminal and remanded foreigners.
    Thats why when all these foreign low life's are admitted into this land to work or study, its certainly attracting MORE national problems. This will go on!
    Anyhow, if police were to confront any armed criminals,its shoot to kill! Finish them off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ng View Post
    that's because they don't allow employees from certain countries doing most sectors eg. china

    who to blame ?
    Ironic but true, the objections from from the MCA - Malaysian Chinese Agency where spokewoman wears tight Cheongsam where she is worried that China dolls Gong Li lookalikes might be the 3rd party to break up family.

    But then the question is not where they comes from but from a SOP that companies are supposely to advertise for suitable Malaysians to fill the vacancies in the paper before they are qualified for hiring foreigners. But I dun see those advertisement in the Star or Utusan papers at all, do you?

    The question is who is to be blamed when GLC - Gomen Linked Cooperatives - which makes tons of monies from stamping chop in supplying the workers where Burmese chay kueh tiau, Indo making Dimsum and Bangladeshi frying sotong for Nasi Lemak instead of construction or plucking tea or tapping rubbers in the plantation?
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    Improve the wage levels and real income of the people - 40% of households income below RM1500, this is unacceptable!

    Tighten immigration laws...Bar all low skilled workers from Indon, Bangla, Myanmar...Enough of low labor addiction.

    Improve education levels

    This will have tremendous effect on crime rate, maybe we could send Kerismuddin to Mongolia as special envoy. That will reduce crime rate by 10% immediately

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtl View Post
    after hearing all these robberies, it makes one cringe with stress even in their own home.....tak boleh tidur nyenyak.
    Unless you are barbed wire within your home, there is real present and future stress once you step out of bound - The grims reminders where two real estate agents were killed by foreigners and now these taxi driver where they were driven to death. ( though not confirmed that whether they were murdered by immigrants). http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...158&sec=nation ).

    it is like everyday news that Nigerians being arrested for drugs as it is again reported in the TV news today and rakyat are upset at some section of foreigners who not just abuse the visa but abusive towards locals with thier burly and bully attittude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bslee View Post
    A lot of crimes in the news was probably unthinkable or slimmer chance of happening a decade or 2 before. Now even lots of Africans are nabbed for drug related offences. I know Sg Buloh jail is with loads of criminal and remanded foreigners.
    Thats why when all these foreign low life's are admitted into this land to work or study, its certainly attracting MORE national problems. This will go on!
    Anyhow, if police were to confront any armed criminals,its shoot to kill! Finish them off!
    Just whipped them proper and send them back. Back then, I was told prisoners are scared of whipping than doing jail time because a couple of whips will result in bloody buttocks. Not sure whether this is still the case now. Why should taxpayer's money be used to feed those ppl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raikonen View Post
    Improve the wage levels and real income of the people - 40% of households income below RM1500, this is unacceptable!

    Tighten immigration laws...Bar all low skilled workers from Indon, Bangla, Myanmar...Enough of low labor addiction.

    Improve education levels


    This will have tremendous effect on crime rate, maybe we could send Kerismuddin to Mongolia as special envoy. That will reduce crime rate by 10% immediately
    Agree. Improve the wage and let out own citizens do the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowy_8 View Post
    Back then, I was told prisoners are scared of whipping than doing jail time because a couple of whips will result in bloody buttock.
    Not only bloody, but scarred for the rest of the life. Its sometime dawns on me whether whipping is an appropriate punishment, but there's just as many reasons to justify this severe punishment as far as this land is concerned. Whipping and aftermath psychological consequences are quite grave in fact. I've seen videos of this and its very awry. This is no headmaster rotan a student event. Severely ccarred for life is one of them, probably even worse than an acid burn on the underside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    Ironic but true, the objections from from the MCA - Malaysian Chinese Agency where spokewoman wears tight Cheongsam where she is worried that China dolls Gong Li lookalikes might be the 3rd party to break up family.
    That is really short sighted, it didn't happen during 50s, 60s, 70s time.
    They can always hire those women above 40 years old .

    However, it is too late now because workers from China would rather go to Singapore with better wages and stronger currency.

    Malaysia only attracts those workers from very poor countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indon, Myanmar. Even those from Thailand don't find working here attractive.

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