• Politicians come and go, but the elite are permanent in Malaysia
    Too powerful to overcome

    Murray Hunter
    Kuala Lumpur Itinerary : A Guide to the Perfect Five-Day Trip in KL
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    Governments do change in Malaysia. Each incoming administration will have its own narratives and specific agendas. However, policies will be generally very similar, and based upon the same principles as the previous government. In and around the executive and administrative government is a network of elite people, who collectively yield massive power. The actors can be seen in GLCs, corporations, royal households, civil servants, the judiciary, police, and within the executive itself. This massive power is however, hidden due to its fragmentation, and unseen influence its membership carries.

    The Elite consolidate Malay power

    While politicians come and go, the elites are permanent, exercising both formal and informal influence. Together, the elite permeates across all society in all states and territories. There is an established elite in Penang, Sarawak, and Sabah. They act independently and in conjunction with the rest of the nation’s class of elites. Sometimes groups within the elite work together, and sometimes they oppose each other.

    ไฟล์:Flag of the Federated Malay States (1895 - 1946).png ...
    The real symbol of elite power

    No matter who is in power, the interwoven network of the elite is there. Governments must work in cooperation with these elites, or be seriously undermined. As we can see monopolies and concessions continue to flourish no matter which political grouping is in power. Major contracts are still dished out by direct negotiation, rather than open tender. Annual budgets and five-year plans still deliver ‘crafted opportunities’ to these groups, cementing crony capitalism and kleptocracy in Malaysia as a way of life. No administration will tax the Top 10 percent of income earners in the country.

    The power of the prime minister is only as strong as the relationships he carries with sections of the elite.

    Networks control corporate Malaysia

    Today’s public policy initiatives are implemented through government linked companies (GLCs) and partnerships with corporations. Thus, the running of government is concerned about business deals and contracts to business vehicles owned by the elite. This is why the Malaysian economy is so heavily dependent upon GLCs and crony corporations, which have been granted artificial monopolies.

    The only way someone can become a member of this exclusive group is to have strong connections with various stakeholders within the elite class. This is why new entrants strive to find ‘God fathers’ within the GLCs that employ them, and politicians seek to be appointed to agency and GLC boards.

    Some powerful people are members of multiple public corporation boards, and also on the boards of agencies and GLCs. Their networking potential is vast, where through informal relationship, much can be achieved to achieve their own ends.

    Much of elite networking with the government decision makers of the day, carries massive persuasion. Sometimes this persuasion is too powerful for government decision makers to refuse.

    Those activists, journalists, and NGOs who criticise what the elites do is dealt with through lawfare, humiliation through the media and even arrest by the police. Defamation actions are taken to drain the financial resources of activists to make them bankrupt, in order to silence them. Some just disappear all-together.

    The privileged elite are generally immune from the law, investigation by the politicised police, and Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). This network controls and defines the law.

    The elite live by the creed ‘greed is good’

    They look after the interests of their own, using tools like the New Economic Policy (NEP), at the cost of the rest of Malaysians. After 60 years of the NEP most of the most marginalised people in Malaysia are Bumiputeras. The NEP concerns itself with equity within the economy, and not income, so the KPIs are skewed. The primary objective of the elite is to pursue ‘created opportunities’ to make money. This is why the Malaysian economy today is primarily based upon rent-seeking activities and not innovation. The elite take few risks.

    There was no indigenous Malaysian vaccine created during the Covid-19 pandemic, even though the government spent great sums of money promoting a biotechnology sector. Rather than local companies gearing up to produce parts for the local production of indigenous electric vehicles (EVs), most are facing financial difficulties and heading towards bankruptcy. These are just two examples of the rent-seeking Malaysian economy today.



    All countries have their own elites, where Malaysia is no exception. The elites form a strong component of the nature of the real-politic of the nation.

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    Politicians come and go, but the elite are permanent in Malaysia Too powerful to overcome Murray Hunter Kuala Lumpur Itinerary : A Guide to the Perfect Five-Day Trip in KL Share Governments do change in Malaysia. Each incoming administration will have its own narratives and specific agendas. However, policies will be generally very similar, and based upon the same principles as the previous government. In and around the executive and administrative government is a network of elite people, who collectively yield massive power. The actors can be seen in GLCs, corporations, royal households, civil servants, the judiciary, police, and within the executive itself. This massive power is however, hidden due to its fragmentation, and unseen influence its membership carries. The Elite consolidate Malay power While politicians come and go, the elites are permanent, exercising both formal and informal influence. Together, the elite permeates across all society in all states and territories. There is an established elite in Penang, Sarawak, and Sabah. They act independently and in conjunction with the rest of the nation’s class of elites. Sometimes groups within the elite work together, and sometimes they oppose each other. ไฟล์:Flag of the Federated Malay States (1895 - 1946).png ... The real symbol of elite power No matter who is in power, the interwoven network of the elite is there. Governments must work in cooperation with these elites, or be seriously undermined. As we can see monopolies and concessions continue to flourish no matter which political grouping is in power. Major contracts are still dished out by direct negotiation, rather than open tender. Annual budgets and five-year plans still deliver ‘crafted opportunities’ to these groups, cementing crony capitalism and kleptocracy in Malaysia as a way of life. No administration will tax the Top 10 percent of income earners in the country. The power of the prime minister is only as strong as the relationships he carries with sections of the elite. Networks control corporate Malaysia Today’s public policy initiatives are implemented through government linked companies (GLCs) and partnerships with corporations. Thus, the running of government is concerned about business deals and contracts to business vehicles owned by the elite. This is why the Malaysian economy is so heavily dependent upon GLCs and crony corporations, which have been granted artificial monopolies. The only way someone can become a member of this exclusive group is to have strong connections with various stakeholders within the elite class. This is why new entrants strive to find ‘God fathers’ within the GLCs that employ them, and politicians seek to be appointed to agency and GLC boards. Some powerful people are members of multiple public corporation boards, and also on the boards of agencies and GLCs. Their networking potential is vast, where through informal relationship, much can be achieved to achieve their own ends. Much of elite networking with the government decision makers of the day, carries massive persuasion. Sometimes this persuasion is too powerful for government decision makers to refuse. Those activists, journalists, and NGOs who criticise what the elites do is dealt with through lawfare, humiliation through the media and even arrest by the police. Defamation actions are taken to drain the financial resources of activists to make them bankrupt, in order to silence them. Some just disappear all-together. The privileged elite are generally immune from the law, investigation by the politicised police, and Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). This network controls and defines the law. The elite live by the creed ‘greed is good’ They look after the interests of their own, using tools like the New Economic Policy (NEP), at the cost of the rest of Malaysians. After 60 years of the NEP most of the most marginalised people in Malaysia are Bumiputeras. The NEP concerns itself with equity within the economy, and not income, so the KPIs are skewed. The primary objective of the elite is to pursue ‘created opportunities’ to make money. This is why the Malaysian economy today is primarily based upon rent-seeking activities and not innovation. The elite take few risks. There was no indigenous Malaysian vaccine created during the Covid-19 pandemic, even though the government spent great sums of money promoting a biotechnology sector. Rather than local companies gearing up to produce parts for the local production of indigenous electric vehicles (EVs), most are facing financial difficulties and heading towards bankruptcy. These are just two examples of the rent-seeking Malaysian economy today. All countries have their own elites, where Malaysia is no exception. The elites form a strong component of the nature of the real-politic of the nation. 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  • Lab grown meat might be technically halal but will erode wealth from Muslim communities
    Murray Hunter
    Disrupting the Plate: Cultured Meat Technology | California Management Review
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    Cultivated or lab grown meat has been touted as one of the solutions to global warming. Cultivated meat is now being produced in Singapore, with a Malaysian company preparing another start-up in Penang this year. This brings up questions for Muslim communities as to the halal and ethical aspects of this new food source.

    Cultivated meat is produced by from cell taken from animal embryos or cells from tissue fibre from living animals. These cells are placed in bioreactors and feed a broth of nutrients, under atmospheric and temperature-controlled environments to produce a product resembling natural meat in texture and taste. This process takes only a few years compared to months or even a year for live animal production.

    On February 2, the Mufti of Singapore Dr Nazirudin Mohd Nasir announced that lab grown meat is permissible in Islam. Thus, lab grown meat can be labelled as halal as long as the initial cells are derived from permissible animals, through methods compliant with Islamic standards. This means that alcohol or spilled blood should not be part of any processes.

    The ethics of cultivated meat for the Ummah

    Although cultivated meats are technically halal, there are questions about whether the introduction of cultivated meat fits into the objectives of an Islamic society. There is an ethical issue for the Ummah to consider.

    Cultivated meat is technically halal, but goes against the concept of Mu’amalat. Mu’amalat is the relationship between persons on this earth. Thus, the production of cultivated meat by corporations destroys Al-iktinaz, where reciprocal assistance and cooperation among members of society is espoused in Islam.

    The herding, slaughter and cutting of meat has for centuries been an integral part of Islamic society. This created a circular economy which kept many families out of poverty and linked them socially. The Islamic traditions around these activities are replicated around the world in Mesjids and suraus during Ahli Adha each year.

    Herding brought both wealth and consumption to communities. This can be still seen in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Muslim Thailand. Put simply, the growth of the cultivated meat industry will be a direct transfer of wealth from communities to corporations. Over time, this could destroy the very fabric of Muslim communities, which live and exist on meagre incomes.

    A man walks a herd of ten cows along Highway No. 1 near Nha Trang | NCpedia
    Traditional way of life threatened with cultivated meat

    This is an issue the Ummah must deeply consider, as cultivated meat could present a direct challenge to the viability of many Muslim communities.

    South Africa: Halal Butchers not Transparent - HalalFocus.net - Daily Halal Market News
    Will traditional halal butchers become a trade of the past?

    Finally, one of the major justifications for the rise of cultivated meat was that animal herding played a role in climate change due to methane discharge. However, the lab production of meat also creates a carbon footprint from using fossil-fuel produced electricity. In addition, the yeasts and enzymes used in cultivated meat production also emit CO2. There are also pollution issues with the disposal of the waste. To date, there have been no convincing scientific studies on comparative carbon footprints from herding and lab cultivation.

    Muslims must apply social wisdom on the above issue, if local Islamic circular economies are to be kept, particularly in marginal income rural communities.

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    Lab grown meat might be technically halal but will erode wealth from Muslim communities Murray Hunter Disrupting the Plate: Cultured Meat Technology | California Management Review Share Cultivated or lab grown meat has been touted as one of the solutions to global warming. Cultivated meat is now being produced in Singapore, with a Malaysian company preparing another start-up in Penang this year. This brings up questions for Muslim communities as to the halal and ethical aspects of this new food source. Cultivated meat is produced by from cell taken from animal embryos or cells from tissue fibre from living animals. These cells are placed in bioreactors and feed a broth of nutrients, under atmospheric and temperature-controlled environments to produce a product resembling natural meat in texture and taste. This process takes only a few years compared to months or even a year for live animal production. On February 2, the Mufti of Singapore Dr Nazirudin Mohd Nasir announced that lab grown meat is permissible in Islam. Thus, lab grown meat can be labelled as halal as long as the initial cells are derived from permissible animals, through methods compliant with Islamic standards. This means that alcohol or spilled blood should not be part of any processes. The ethics of cultivated meat for the Ummah Although cultivated meats are technically halal, there are questions about whether the introduction of cultivated meat fits into the objectives of an Islamic society. There is an ethical issue for the Ummah to consider. Cultivated meat is technically halal, but goes against the concept of Mu’amalat. Mu’amalat is the relationship between persons on this earth. Thus, the production of cultivated meat by corporations destroys Al-iktinaz, where reciprocal assistance and cooperation among members of society is espoused in Islam. The herding, slaughter and cutting of meat has for centuries been an integral part of Islamic society. This created a circular economy which kept many families out of poverty and linked them socially. The Islamic traditions around these activities are replicated around the world in Mesjids and suraus during Ahli Adha each year. Herding brought both wealth and consumption to communities. This can be still seen in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Muslim Thailand. Put simply, the growth of the cultivated meat industry will be a direct transfer of wealth from communities to corporations. Over time, this could destroy the very fabric of Muslim communities, which live and exist on meagre incomes. A man walks a herd of ten cows along Highway No. 1 near Nha Trang | NCpedia Traditional way of life threatened with cultivated meat This is an issue the Ummah must deeply consider, as cultivated meat could present a direct challenge to the viability of many Muslim communities. South Africa: Halal Butchers not Transparent - HalalFocus.net - Daily Halal Market News Will traditional halal butchers become a trade of the past? Finally, one of the major justifications for the rise of cultivated meat was that animal herding played a role in climate change due to methane discharge. However, the lab production of meat also creates a carbon footprint from using fossil-fuel produced electricity. In addition, the yeasts and enzymes used in cultivated meat production also emit CO2. There are also pollution issues with the disposal of the waste. To date, there have been no convincing scientific studies on comparative carbon footprints from herding and lab cultivation. Muslims must apply social wisdom on the above issue, if local Islamic circular economies are to be kept, particularly in marginal income rural communities. Subscribe Below: https://open.substack.com/pub/murrayhunter/p/lab-grown-meat-might-be-technically https://telegra.ph/Lab-grown-meat-might-be-technically-halal-but-will-erode-wealth-from-Muslim-communities-02-25
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    Cultivated or lab grown meat has been touted as one of the solutions to global warming. Cultivated meat is now being produced in Singapore, with a Malaysian company preparing another start-up in Penang this year. This brings up questions for Muslim communities as to the halal and ethical aspects of this new food source.
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  • Breaking News. Hours ago there was a plane crash in Malaysia. 2 pilots found dead

    Sgor Police Chief Dtk Hussein Omar said that, according to the flight manifest, the individuals involved are Daniel Yee Hsiang Khoon, 30, and Roshaan Singh Raina, 42

    He added that the victims, believed to be from Johor & Penang, were found around 2pm inside the cockpit.

    Earlier, Hussein confirmed the fatalities of the pilot and co-pilot of the light aircraft in the incident

    https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2024/02/1012999/kapar-plane-crash-pilot-and-co-pilot-identified-found-cockpit-buried-two


    Breaking News. Hours ago there was a plane crash in Malaysia. 2 pilots found dead Sgor Police Chief Dtk Hussein Omar said that, according to the flight manifest, the individuals involved are Daniel Yee Hsiang Khoon, 30, and Roshaan Singh Raina, 42 He added that the victims, believed to be from Johor & Penang, were found around 2pm inside the cockpit. Earlier, Hussein confirmed the fatalities of the pilot and co-pilot of the light aircraft in the incident https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2024/02/1012999/kapar-plane-crash-pilot-and-co-pilot-identified-found-cockpit-buried-two 🆕
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    Kapar plane crash: Pilot and co-pilot identified, found in cockpit buried two metres undergound | New Straits Times
    KLANG: Police have identified the pilot and co-pilot of the light aircraft model BK 160 Gabriel that crashed in Kampung Tok Muda, Kapar, today.
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  • ☆Tadabbur Kalamullah 28 Rabiul Akhir 1445H☆

    وَیَدۡعُ ٱلۡإِنسَـٰنُ بِٱلشَّرِّ دُعَاۤءَهُۥ بِٱلۡخَیۡرِۖ وَكَانَ ٱلۡإِنسَـٰنُ عَجُولࣰا

    "Dan manusia berdoa dengan (memohon supaya ia ditimpa) kejahatan sebagaimana ia berdoa dengan memohon kebaikan, dan sememangnya manusia itu (bertabiat) terburu-buru" [Surah al-Israʾ 11]

    #Imam Ibnu Athaillah menerangkan dalam kitab Al-Hikam:

    "Keterlambatan datangnya pemberian (Allah), meskipun sudah dimohonkan berulang kali, janganlah membuatmu patah harapan. Kerana Dia (Allah) telah menjamin untuk mengabulkan permintaanmu sesuai dengan apa yang Dia pilihkan untukmu, bukan menurut keinginan engkau sendiri. Juga dalam waktu yang Dia kehendaki, bukan pada waktu yang engkau inginkan".

    #Beruntunglah bagi orang-orang yang bersabar, menanti penuh harap bahawa janji Allah akan datang sambil terus memperbaiki diri menjadi hamba Allah lebih baik.

    #Menyedari bahawa penangguhan Allah adalah lebih baik dari kehendaknya yang boleh jadi buruk akibatnya, buruk untuk agama dan akhiratnya.

    #Allah, jika hendak memberi untuk kekasihNya, pasti kekasihNya akan diuji sejauh mana yakin padanya. Allah, jika hendak memberi untuk kekasihNya, pasti Dia memberi yang jauh lebih baik dari yang difikirkan kekasihnya. Apa salahnya, kita meletakkan diri kita di posisi 'kekasih Allah'. Bersangka baik kepada Allah swt.

    #Begitulah juga perjuangan dan jihad yang Lalah tangguhkan kemenangan. Antara hikmah tertangguhnya kemenangan Islam adalah untuk penapisan, siapa yang benar-benar beriman dan siapa yang tidak. Hal ini disebut oleh as-Syahid Syed Qutb rahimahullah:

    "Allah akan beri ujian yang besar, kemudian Allah akan lambatkan kemenangan, kemudian Allah akan sikitkan bilangan, kemudian Allah akan lambatkan penerimaan orang, sehingga terbukti mereka sabar, thabat dan bersedia, sehingga mereka layak menjadi Qaedah Sulbah (anggota teras), kemudian mereka akan bergerak ke hadapan”.

    ♡Kemenangan, kebahagiaan dan juga kenikmatan yang dirindukan pasti akan datang. Asal kita mahu menjadi hamba Allah yang yakin, bersyukur, sabar dan terus istiqamah dalam ketaatan. Namun, itulah sifat manusia, segalanya mahu segera dan mereka bersifat tergesa-gesa♡

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    ☆Tadabbur Kalamullah 28 Rabiul Akhir 1445H☆ وَیَدۡعُ ٱلۡإِنسَـٰنُ بِٱلشَّرِّ دُعَاۤءَهُۥ بِٱلۡخَیۡرِۖ وَكَانَ ٱلۡإِنسَـٰنُ عَجُولࣰا "Dan manusia berdoa dengan (memohon supaya ia ditimpa) kejahatan sebagaimana ia berdoa dengan memohon kebaikan, dan sememangnya manusia itu (bertabiat) terburu-buru" [Surah al-Israʾ 11] #Imam Ibnu Athaillah menerangkan dalam kitab Al-Hikam: "Keterlambatan datangnya pemberian (Allah), meskipun sudah dimohonkan berulang kali, janganlah membuatmu patah harapan. Kerana Dia (Allah) telah menjamin untuk mengabulkan permintaanmu sesuai dengan apa yang Dia pilihkan untukmu, bukan menurut keinginan engkau sendiri. Juga dalam waktu yang Dia kehendaki, bukan pada waktu yang engkau inginkan". #Beruntunglah bagi orang-orang yang bersabar, menanti penuh harap bahawa janji Allah akan datang sambil terus memperbaiki diri menjadi hamba Allah lebih baik. #Menyedari bahawa penangguhan Allah adalah lebih baik dari kehendaknya yang boleh jadi buruk akibatnya, buruk untuk agama dan akhiratnya. #Allah, jika hendak memberi untuk kekasihNya, pasti kekasihNya akan diuji sejauh mana yakin padanya. Allah, jika hendak memberi untuk kekasihNya, pasti Dia memberi yang jauh lebih baik dari yang difikirkan kekasihnya. Apa salahnya, kita meletakkan diri kita di posisi 'kekasih Allah'. Bersangka baik kepada Allah swt. #Begitulah juga perjuangan dan jihad yang Lalah tangguhkan kemenangan. Antara hikmah tertangguhnya kemenangan Islam adalah untuk penapisan, siapa yang benar-benar beriman dan siapa yang tidak. Hal ini disebut oleh as-Syahid Syed Qutb rahimahullah: "Allah akan beri ujian yang besar, kemudian Allah akan lambatkan kemenangan, kemudian Allah akan sikitkan bilangan, kemudian Allah akan lambatkan penerimaan orang, sehingga terbukti mereka sabar, thabat dan bersedia, sehingga mereka layak menjadi Qaedah Sulbah (anggota teras), kemudian mereka akan bergerak ke hadapan”. ♡Kemenangan, kebahagiaan dan juga kenikmatan yang dirindukan pasti akan datang. Asal kita mahu menjadi hamba Allah yang yakin, bersyukur, sabar dan terus istiqamah dalam ketaatan. Namun, itulah sifat manusia, segalanya mahu segera dan mereka bersifat tergesa-gesa♡ 🐊Ust naim Klik link ini untuk     http://bit.ly/tadabburkalamullah Facebook:    https://m.facebook.com/tadabburkalamullah
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  • Penang, Malaysia: Butterfly farm..
    Penang, Malaysia: Butterfly farm..
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  • THE CLIMBING BOY

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    THE CLIMBING BOY #naturephotography #travelphotography #travelgram #traveladdict #dronephotography #adventuretravel #naturelover #adventureseeker #adventure #discoverearth #traveltheworld #discover #adventuretime #nature #holidays #drone #explore #travellife #dronevideo #exploremore #travel #Streetart #penang #malaysia #georgetown #armenianstreet #painting #naturephotography #travelphotography #travelgram #traveladdict
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    ????New Lane Street Foodstalls, Geroge Town, Penang, Malaysia
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    STREET FOOD ????New Lane Street Foodstalls, Geroge Town, Penang, Malaysia #naturephotography #travelphotography #travelgram #traveladdict #dronephotography #adventuretravel #naturelover #adventureseeker #adventure #discoverearth #traveltheworld #discover #adventuretime #nature #holidays #drone #explore #travellife #dronevideo #exploremore #travel #dji #drone #droneview #streetfood #foodie #market
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  • Mouth watering, Very tasty and spicy grilled sting ray …. Had it in Penang, Malaysia ( its called Ikan(fish) Bakar( grilled) in Malaysia)…. Sooooooo tasty
    Mouth watering, Very tasty and spicy grilled sting ray …. Had it in Penang, Malaysia ( its called Ikan(fish) Bakar( grilled) in Malaysia)…. Sooooooo tasty
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  • Enjoying start fruit and other tropical fruits at breakfast in Penang, Malaysia
    Enjoying start fruit and other tropical fruits at breakfast in Penang, Malaysia
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  • View from my hotel, in Penang, Malaysia
    View from my hotel, in Penang, Malaysia
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