I answer all your burning questions in my Talking Edge column at Options, The Edge.
Those who came out for the anti-Icerd rally have given the other half of Malaysia some fodder to think about.
These are the fruits of Malaysia’s affirmative action.
Those who have reaped all the benefits of an unfair system are the ones objecting.
Haven’t we moved away from racist policies and discriminatory actions? This is one of the reasons many Malaysians voted out BN – because they were so entrenched in race-based politics.
A deep resentment among community members has been created by such affirmative policies and it looks more racist and discriminatory than anything else.
This is the problem with the Malays in Malaysia. They think they are doing great but in actual fact, without help, they can’t do anything.
The irony can be pretty amusing; if you look at the new Pakatan Harapan leadership, you’ll see long-time sworn enemies now standing together as friends.
I went in expecting that those I spoke to would vehemently defend their leaders and say they are clean and that corruption doesn’t exist.
They think that they are brave and strong like pahlawans when they protest against whatever that threatens their ‘rights’.
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