If I’m not racist and neither are you, then who is?


So who are the racists here?
By Zan Azlee

FEB 8 — “It was never like this back in my day.”

“We mixed with everyone when I was a child.”

“Race was never an issue. We were all Malaysians decades ago.”

Shut up! I’m sick and tired of listening to the older generation going on about how race relations in Malaysia was so much better 30 years ago. I’m not denying it. I’m sure it is true. Everyone from that generation says so and they all seem to agree with one another. Things have deteriorated, no doubt. But, when I think about it… has it really?

People go on and on about how things are so polarised, that there is no interaction between the different races and how each race is so insecure that they look at each other in fear. But I would like to be a little micro and anecdotal here and see if it is possible to extrapolate it to tell the macro story of race relations in the country. [Click to read the full article at The Malaysian Insider]

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