Among the few countries in the world that still openly practices racism, only that in Malaysia it is much much more serious.
A usual scenario would be Malays enforcing the oppresive bumiputra rights which bans non-Malays from going into universities and applying to some scholarships. The Malays think they are the natives of the land and thus have the right to treat other people as immigrants although historically they themselves are immigrants from Sumatra. Despite what the UMNO politicians claim, the Chinese have been residing in Malaysia for more than 500 years and the Indians much much longer than that they can hardly be referred to as immigrants. The proper natives of Malaysia are the aboriginal tribes/Orang Aslis yet they are NEVER entitled to any bumiputra "privileges". Ironically instead the ingenious natives of Sabah and Sarawak who are themselves South Chinese origin are entitled to it, coincidentally because they are representated by their respective political parties in the BN.
Even so, no other bumis have made it into unis sucessfully like the Malays. The other races, even if obtaining the best results in the country have no hope of getting a place of their choice, minimal chance if any. Even so, the unis are super-shitty and spurns out graduates who majority migrate in search of a better income (and away from the racist treatment of Malays), leaving the few "left-overs" which possess a super-retarded level of English fluency to fill in the severe umemployment in the economic sector. As the result the economy is run by super-retarded MALAYS and if not again by the contribution of the hardworking CHINESE and INDIAN as well as the often-loathed American investors Malaysia would implode upon itself by now thanks to Malaysian Brain Drain(tm) policy invented by "Malay genius" Mahathir.
Chinese and Indian:Yay........whatever.
by ultra_cool_nerd September 15, 2005
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The country where education is very highly politicised.Also a country where Malays are literaly spoonfed from their moment of their birth up to their deaths.Even if you are the no.1 student in Malaysia,you won't get a place in a public university of your choice if you are not a Malay.A Malay can beat you to the seat even if he's a freakin' retard.That is guaranteed.
Friendly?Yes.Non-racist?Not always so.
The universities of Malaysia are foul-ridden with hordes of lazy,incompetitive Malay students.
by Mamaturtle January 19, 2005
two words,
"Constitutional discrimination"
...nuff said'
Racial Discrimination is ac culture in Malaysia
by Not_a_malay March 16, 2005
If you think you blacks have suffered the worst in the US, you have seen nothing yet!
Malaysia is run by nationalist bastards UMNO who cared nothing less than treating non-Malays as second-class citizens.
by Andrew_the_Midget September 15, 2005
this place is a hopless racist democracy, run by malays.. No questions asked.. or ISA(internal security act) ppl will lock you up. Malays hav special rights, and do they need it.

The constitution was messed up from the beggining.

Go thailand, its way more fun.
Go Singapore, just dun drink their water
Go Malaysia?... just to eat... only the food is gd
All Malays are compulsary Muslims. Wanna change religion?.. haha... they'll strip you of everything. and you'll probably need to leave the country..
by Abu Bakar bin Sunat August 26, 2005
Often touted by its proud citizens as a "developed developing country." Indeed, perhaps the most developed country in Southeast Asia (if you discount a certain city-state...) Yet in reality, Malaysia is no more than the angry, ugly, poor sister who mistakenly kicked out Singapore in the 1960s -- understandably so, given all the tools there (then and NOW). But alas, things were not meant to be...

(Great food though!)
Non-Malaysian: Oh Malaysia! I hear the beaches are beautiful over there in Bali.

Malaysian: Malaysia is NOT Indonesia. Malaysia is a DEVELOPED developing nation while Indonesia is a poor, corrupt third world country --

Non-Malaysian: Oh.
by hkcajai August 11, 2005
Malaysia, as the name suggests, is a country where most Malays live. There are other races living here as well but left to struggle living their lives as advantages are always given by the government to the race which is the majority of the population.
I wonder why Malaysia still practices third-world mentality.
by Malaysian June 03, 2007
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