The HR Ministry wants to enact a non-discriminatory law, but the Malaysian Employers Federation doesn’t approve.
I’m glad that our prime minister voices out on racism, but I think that whatever he is doing is not enough.
She invited us to eat and both my father and I scoffed and just took glasses from the counter and drank water. We’re not filling our stomachs with food made by a Chinese!
Malaysia cannot focus on bread and butter issues until racial and religious issues are solved.
Zakir Naik, balik India lah!
See! I told you that I will suggest a solution in my writing.
It took a former prime minister who used to lead the Malay-based party that ruled for sixty years to form another Malay-based party and make a promise to the Malays that their special privileges would not be taken away, to bring about a change in the government.
I have to stress that I am not saying having language requirements shouldn’t be allowed. What I am saying is that it can also be misused as a tool of segregation and racism.
I answer all your burning questions in my Talking Edge column at Options, The Edge.
Changing mentalities is what needs to be done instead of imposing laws that encroach on personal and individual freedom.
These are the fruits of Malaysia’s affirmative action.