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Indon yang mahu merumput

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Seriously, this left me in giggles and pretty much convinced me that Bahasa Melayu of the Indonesian variant is certainly very regionalised.

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So don’t blame me if this image pops up in my mind whenever I see the word “merumput” being used in Indonesian media :mrgreen:

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Posted in Internet, News

Indon adalah Indon dan Indon tetaplah Indon

Want proof? Here you go.

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It amuses me to no end when some hypersensitive Indons think that this is some sort of racial or national slur and then go off the bend by insulting my country. In reality, “Indon” is a colloquial term commonly used for INDON-esia. There is no slander or slur attached to this abbreviated word. Just as Malaysians call British citizens “Brits”, Australians as “Aussies”, Bangladeshis as “Banglas”, why should there be an exception to the Indons, huh?

Funny that the whole world knows what Indon actually mean, except for the Indonesians themselves. Well, if you don’t like being called Indons, then change the name of your country to something else, like “Majapahit”, maybe? Perhaps we will then start calling you people “Majaps” as an abbreviation :mrgreen:

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Posted in Military, Technology

Malaysian Special Forces of Polis Diraja Malaysia

PGA

Pasukan Gerak Am (PGA), also known colloquially as “polis hutan”.

UTK

Unit Tindakan Khas (UTK), special forces dealing in counter-terrorism.

VAT69

VAT 69 (Very Able Troopers), similar in function to UTK but with more specialised abilities.

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Malaysian Special Forces of Angkatan Tentera Malaysia

GGK

GGK (Grup Gerak Khas) from the Armed Forces.

PASKAU

PASKAU (Pasukan Khas Udara) from the Air Force.

PASKAL

PASKAL (Pasukan Khas Laut) from the Navy.

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