Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Dr Mohd Ridhwan Tee Abdullah

It is sad to see the Malaysian Chinese lynching Dr Ridhwan for conveying the feelings of the majority of the Malays in the country. The attack is vicious from left to right. Anything said by that good fellow is seen as racist. To the non-Malays Dr. Ridhwan is an extremist sometimes his views are considered as more extreme than the Malays. There are also ungrateful bloggers who benefited the most from the so called racist bumiputra policy abusing verbally on the pretext of logical reasoning.

These people are actually racist themselves hiding behind the concept of equality and the so called fairness policies. The private agenda is to actually question the sanctity of the rights of the Malays and accepted social contract. They argue based on the legal platform to challenge the established modalities. These bozos are used by the racists to further their political agendas. These clowns are  drowned with congratulatory messages and comments and probable feeling satisfied. But it is clear that the ungrateful beneficiaries could not have enjoyed the benefits without the affirmative actions taken by the government. This is not to say that the government machinery is not without flaws but tie can be ractified in the right manner using the right platform. Please do not use the Bumiputra rights as a bargaining chips as the ramifications are far reaching.

My advice to them is to take into account the historical and socio-cultural factors when debating the equality issues. Focusing on the legalistic aspects only does not bring justice to the Bumiputeras. This will affect them and issue will be seen as uneven handed and ultimately will create the perception of injustices. I hope the Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak will no be played out by these ungrateful Malays. Malaysia will stand a better chance to survive based on the so called ketuenan Melayu in a good sense

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