QUOTE (swingdoctor @ Jul 9 2009, 12:37 AM)
Ha ha, it seems the truth is coming out. You work for a company "moving products", you work on the factory floor? So let me guess, you're jealous that some Vietnamese are more "successful" then you are? Otherwise why do you keep making a reference to status and who is better then whom and ruling over someone? Are you so status concious because you believe your status is percieved as being "lower" then the Vietnamese in the society that you live in? Are you jealous of a Vietnamese boss perhaps, or maybe a lady you were interested in preferred the advances of a Vietnamese man rather then yours. Come on, tell us the real reason why you despise the Vietnamese so much and why you are so bigoted towards them.
Yes in my opinion, the Vietnamese I have met in general are hard working, I never said all of them were. But have I met bad apples of other races, sure I have, I've met Chinese ones, Malays, Cambodian, Indian, Sri Lankan, Whites etc. Are the bad apples among the Vietnamese worse then other races? In my experience no different. You on the otherhand seem to be hell bent on proving that all or most of the Vietnamese are bad people. The guy who runs the grocery shop that I used to custom. When he first started and it was only him and his wife, they opened from 8 am till 8 pm, seven days a week 52 weeks a year, closing only on Chinese New Year. They did that for years with the kids as they got older helping them on weekends before they were successful enough to hire other employees. But by doing so he put 4 kids through school and Uni. I used to work 80 hour weeks, it takes alot to impress me when it comes to hard work but he did, and he is not the only Vietnamese family with that story. There are very many wealthy Vietnamese families that I know, and all of them got to where they were through nothing more then hard work. And unlike you, they are humble and they are certainly not bigoted.
Yep, you said it all.
Despite your education and your many wealthy Vietnamese friends, you still don't understand how to write properly nor do you understand the status of a company owner such as me, you moronic dirt!
Read about your persistent hardworking Vietnamese friends here:
Tuesday June 16, 2009
Vietnamese tries to enter Malaysia again
By SHAHRIL CHE WAN
KUALA TERENGGANU: An unrepentant fisherman from Vietnam, who previously served three months in jail for trespassing into Malaysian waters in 2006, repeated his offence recently - this time, bringing along six other countrymen.
However, the 33-year-old failed in his attempt as he was caught by the Malaysian Maritime enforcement agency officers after a high-speed chase at sea on Friday.
It is believed the Vietnamese had told the six other fishermen that he was able to get them into Malaysian waters without detected by the Malaysian authorities.
Kuala Terengganu Maritime Commander Syed Mohd Fuzi Syed Hassan said the group of Vietnamese, on board a C2 fishing boat with engine, was first spotted by officer Ahmad Maulana Dollah on board a speedboat about 66 nautical miles off the coast.
Upon noticing the authorities, the group of Vietnamese attempted to flee and a pursuit at sea ensued.
After 15 minutes of chase, all the seven foreigners, aged between 17 to 68, were detained for not having identification documents and valid fishing permits, he said.
Syed Mohd Fuzi added that while escorting the seven back, his officers stumbled upon another Vietnamese fishing vessel that had trespassed into Malaysian territory.
The 17 people on board the second vessel, aged between 16 to 55, were detained and their catch weighing 3,000 kilos seized.
All the foreign fishermen were arrested under Section 15 (1)(a) of the Fishery Act 1985 for illegally fishing in Malaysian waters.
If convicted, the boat captain can be fined up to RM1mil, while each crew is liable to be fined up to RM100,000 or jailed up to six months.