Robert Kuok: Malaysia is a train moving in the wrong direction…

November 2017

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Kuok, in his autobiography titled “Robert Kuok: A Memoir,” noted he had met then prime minister Hussein Onn to implore him to bring the best brains into the government, instead of relying on a race-based system.

According to Kuok, Hussein replied by saying: “No, Robert. I cannot do it. The Malays are now in a state of mind such that they will not accept it.”

The meeting took place a few years after the 1969 racial riots.

The tycoon, who has since relocated himself to Hong Kong, said he knew Hussein understood his message, but that things had gone too far.

“I had seen a picture developing all along of a train moving in the wrong direction. During Hussein’s administration, he was only partially successful in stemming the tide.

“The train of the nation had been put on the wrong track. Hussein wasn’t strong enough to lift up the train and set it down on the right track,” Kuok says in his memoir.

Read more at https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/403691#X5dWXTEpkleAxD0Y.99

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1 Response to Robert Kuok: Malaysia is a train moving in the wrong direction…

  1. Kam Teow Eng says:

    Yes, the Melayu have reached a level that they are incorrigible, they must be fed with DEDAK in order to survive.

    Those UMNOputras too want their share of the economic cakes without lifting a finger. Henceforth, there will be no end to their avarice for easy money and the endless process repeated itself with the second echolon of leaders.

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