Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Black Menance In Malaysia

For more than a decade now, Malaysia has seen a rise in foreign arrivals from Black Countries, mainly from Nigeria and African nations. These foreigners come down using the legal channels under "student Entry", "Tourist Entry" and some "Business Entry". However most of them are here for two main reasons, "The Business Of Counterfeits" & "The Business Of Drugs".

I'm rather suspicious as to how they have managed to evade authorities for the last 10 years or more. Some do get caught but the majority are actively running their underworld business and they go unnoticed.

It has come to a very worrying level as many of them actively use counterfeits and dirty money for buying properties and continental cars using a Malaysian Citizen's name, in most cases, these Malaysian citizens are females who have been conned into relationships with these black men. More and more Malaysian females fall victim everyday.

Purchases using dirty money don't just stop with properties and cars, it goes on to various other items such as gadgets of technology and so on. The majority of these black foreigners live in Cheras, Jalan Ipoh, Sentul, Middle Class areas in Ampang & Seri Kembangan.

They pose a huge treat to Malaysia has they continuously cheated Malaysian women and heavily purchase properties, businesses and vehicles using black money while actively running their businesses of counterfeits and drug selling. This has to stop and the authorities have to take stern action.

I wonder why such foreigner are not thrown in ISA as they pose the greatest security threat to Malaysia. They should be thrown into ISA, Hung, Banned & Deported!

SHAH ALAM: Two Nigerians were caught with 7.1kg of syabu stashed in their hand luggage at the KL International Airport in Sepang.

The drugs were said to have a street value of RM1.8mil and could be used by 24,000 addicts.
One of the Nigerians was caught on July 1 and the other was nabbed two days later.
Initial investigations by police showed the two, aged 24 and 34, were from different drug-dealing groups.

“The two, who were entering the country for the first time, had stuffed the drugs in secret compartments in their luggage,” Selan-gor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said here yesterday.

“The first suspect claimed that he was here to send the bag to a friend while the second man said he was here to buy electronic items,” DCP Tun Hisan said.

“Although both are Nigerians and used the same modus operandi, our preliminary investigations showed they did not come from the same group,” he said.

DCP Tun Hisan said there had been a significant drop in the number of drug-related cases in the state with 43 arrests of suspected drug smugglers from Jan 1 to June 17.

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