Tuesday, January 17, 2012

CHINESE AND TAMIL DISSENTS MOSTLY COME FROM THOSE WITH VERNACULAR MANDARIN AND TAMIL SCHOOL BACKGROUNDS AND WHO LIVE MOSTLY AMONGST THEMSELVES.

…SO THEY BEHAVE DIFFERENTLY COMPARED TO THEIR BRETHREN WHO STUDIED IN THE NATIONAL SCHOOLS AND WHO LIVE AMONGST THE MELAYU.
By Mansor Puteh



This is a serious study on how the Chinese and Indian (or Tamil) left is losing its steam and why the Muslim and Melayu and non-Melayu right feels lost in the land of the Melayu and Muslim majority in Malaysia.

So we have more and more of the Kay Kims and less and less of Kit Siangs and the likes are created everyday.

How could the two types of Chinese continue to exist in Malaysia today?

And why could we have someone like Kay Kim amongst us, who knows where he is, and at the same time have the likes of Kit Siang existing side by side?

This is the real problem with the Chinese and Tamil left; they think they are still back in the era of the pre-13 May years. They are not.

It is a lesson not learnt because many do not dare to confront the issues on and about them to lean anything useful from it.

To them, ignoring it means that it did not exist, so perhaps a new one can be created to teach many other Malaysians a lesson on racialism and racial superiority and in the process bring out the racists amongst them.

The real hardcore racists are not difficult to distinguish from the other Malaysians; it’s the subtle racists that are not so easy to pick out from the crowd.

But there are ways to ferret them from their hiding place. Sometimes they operate so openly especially when they publish newspapers and magazines that have stories of a certain type which slant so badly to face Hong Kong, Taiwan and China and anywhere where there are pockets of Chinese.  

But they do not want to believe that the Malaysia today I not the same as it was then.

It has changed dramatically with more Melayu around them.

There are so few areas in the country which are Chinese and also Indian dominated.

The areas which used to be Chinese and Indian dominated are reduced in size, as more and more Melayu from all over the country converge to seize the land to shape it and the whole country.

So now we have a New Malaysia which is not the same as the Old Malaysia or Old Malaya.

Unfortunately, there are still some Chinese and also Indians who are mostly Tamils who do not want to realize this.

They behave as though they are part of the march of the Chinese and Indian left in the months proceeding to the 13 May incident in Kuala Lumpur

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