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NEP, a distasteful ‘prosperity’: Bumiputera vs Non-Bumiputera


The intention of NEP in its purest form is noble, I am not going to deny that. The implementation, well is a BIG problem. Susceptible for abuse and often hijacked by the greedy opportunists and plunderers, NEP has deviates from it good intention – to help the poor.

This is an example of what I would call an abuse of the policy.

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Let me ask these questions:

What kind of Bumiputeras need discounts and helps when they can afford to purchase houses with price tag more than RM300,000?

Do you fucking SERIOUSLY think those who can afford to buy houses with price tag more than RM1,000,000 deserve the 7% Bumiputera discount?! Are you crazy or what?!

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