You are racist if you are not racist

— conspiracytheor1st
The Malaysian Insider
May 19, 2013

MAY 19 — You will never read from anywhere that brand Abraham Lincoln, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King as racists.

Abraham Lincoln pawned his life to fight against the enslavement of the African Americans, Nelson Mandela traded decades of his freedom to free South Africa from the shackles of the Apartheid policy and Martin Luther King paid for his life for the equal rights of Americans. Their detractors could call them any vile names they wished but never as a racist.

Only in Malaysia, the very people who do not condone racism and voted against it are labeled as racists. Over the decades, Umnno, led by Dr. Mahathir and his armada of mass media had been accusing DAP with its vision of “Malaysian Malaysia” as a bigoted political party, hell-bent to destroy the Malay.

The rakyat particularly the IT savvy urban-dwellers who ironically voted for the multiracial parties from Pakatan Rakyat in GE13 were branded as racists because they rejected the race-based political system where every race fights endlessly to defend their respective rights.

To put things into perspective, could anyone imagine any American being branded as racist if they do not endorse Ku Klux Klan, a white supremacist organization?

For a record, DAP has a total of 2 Malay lawmakers representing the party, (Malay from MCA = 0, Malay from MIC = 0). The number of Indian and Sikh representatives from DAP amounts to 14 at state level and 6 at parliament level (MIC state assemblymen = 6, members of parliament = 4).

Talk about DAP being a Chinese chauvinist party, their Indian and Sikh representation is 2 times of MIC!

As for PAS, the party even has a Chinese Muslim state assemblyman in Kelantan and fielded a Chinese Christian in Ayer Hitam. Not to mention PKR is very evenly represented by all ethnics including the Kadazan-Dusun ethnic from Sabah.

So the question is, exactly how many non-Malays represented Umno and Malays represented MCA and MIC? Your calculation is as good as mine – NONE.

Now, where is the racism element in Pakatan Rakyat, specifically DAP?

What about BN endorsement of the far right groups such as Perkasa and Hindraf, both which were rejected by the rakyat? What about the racist remarks from an ex-judge and a pro-chancellor of a university? What about the call by various far right NGOs to boycott Chinese products? Najib do you have the courage to make a stand these nonsense?

Come post election, our very Prime Minister set the racial persecution ball rolling by coining the term of “Chinese Tsunami”. The accusation of Chinese voted along the racial line become more raucous by days with attacks spearheaded by none other than Utusan.

Excuse me, didn’t the Chinese voted overwhelmingly for Rafizi Ramli in Pandan against a MCA candidate? I am sure had Khalid Samad from PAS contested in the Chinese majority Seputeh constituent which was won by Teresa Kok with super majority in the last general election, he would have won handsomely too, even if he was up against the president of MCA!

The highlight of the Malaysian political black comedy must go to the recent fiasco resulted by remark from Azran Osman Rani, the CEO of AirAsiaX who stated that “I am Malaysian. I am anti-racism. I am disgusted by Utusan’s editorial stance” – a statement apparently defending the Chinese community from the continued racism attack in the media.

Now he is branded by his detractors from being arrogant, ungrateful, someone who has forgotten his root to a racist by some blogspot!

Only in Malaysia, you are racist if you are not racist.

  1. #1 by worldpress on Monday, 20 May 2013 - 10:43 am

    PR states should start promote MALAYSIAN MALAYSIA by having application form in race section arrange extra selection ‘MALAYSIAN’ or ‘MALAYSIAN MALAYSIA’

  2. #2 by worldpress on Monday, 20 May 2013 - 10:45 am

    PR states should start promote MALAYSIAN MALAYSIA by having application form in race section arrange extra selection ‘MALAYSIAN’ or ‘MALAYSIA MALAYSIAN’

  3. #3 by worldpress on Monday, 20 May 2013 - 10:46 am


  4. #4 by drngsc on Monday, 20 May 2013 - 11:31 am

    Ya, this country is weird.
    The government is dysfunctional and what they utter are totally out, beyond all sense of reasonableness.

    However, we are at a lost as to how to correct this dysfunctional, peacefully. Even at that, they are provoking us.

    Poor Adam, what can we do to help him?

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