Antara bahagian temuramah aku nak highlight:
VICE: Hi, Slay. So what’s the deal with all this "Malay power" stuff then?
Slay: Malay power is important because we're concerned about keeping a pure Malay community all over the Malay Archipelago [the archipelago between Australia and Southeast Asia, believed by some to be the homeland of the Malay race]. I'm a second-generation fighter for Malay power. The first generation, who founded the Malay-power movement, have been less active recently. Malay power stems from a point in history—the 13th of May, 1969—[when] the Chinese and Malay communities fought each other. However, the punk and skinhead Malay-power movement started in Kuala Lumpur in the early 90s.
So you aren’t openly hostile to minorities at the moment?
We don’t like minorities in Malaysia if they can’t co-exist with the Malay race. If they are good, then we are good.
This is all news to me. It sounds as if there's an Islamic ideology mixed in with Nazism here, which is a little confusing.
Malay power is connected to Islam. It doesn’t have links to any pro-Islamic movements, though.
How successful would you say your movement has been so far?
We make minorities afraid to commit crime in Malaysia. We always warn them not to cause trouble here. Violence isn't a solution for us because we begin with discretion, tolerance, and politeness when talking to these immigrants. If they insist on continuing or if they are stubborn people, we will do what is necessary. We also do charity work for the community and for Palestine, Syria, Somalia, and other countries that are at war. We've also tried to have discussions with the government about how to overcome the problem of having so many immigrants, but we were ignored. We're very different when compared to European and American neo-Nazis, who state openly that they want to eliminate races other than the white race. We start off with restraint and a zero-tolerance stance, but we won't keep up this position if the Malays in Malaysia are threatened.
Aku masih lagi tak boleh nak hadam kat mananya titik pertemuan antara ideologi Nazi, ketuanan melayu dan agama Islam, tapi rupa2nya dioranglah yang membuatkan kaum lain dan orang asing takut nak buat jenayah kat Malaysia. Dan nampaknya ada juga golongan yang boleh kita harapkan untuk menjadi pejuang bangsa dan agama.
Serius lawak. Budaya ikut2an apa lagi yang orang melayu ni tak pernah nak ketinggalan untuk cedok jadi budaya sendiri?
Ratu cantik melayu
Oleh itu, bagi mengekal dan memartabatkan identiti melayu, marilah kita semua beramai2 memakai songkok pada hari tayangan filem Tanda Putera pada 31 Ogos 2013 ini. Ingat, pakai songkok, bukan kopiah, atau topi OBEY, tapi SONGKOK, lagi tinggi songkok lagi bagus.
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