Yet another mis-guided post from the so-called brilliant Malaysian – plenty of arguments here and there but at the end of the day, does nothing to unite Malaysians.
(We may be different but at end of the day, we are all Malaysians. Image source: http://www.ctl.utm.my)
The good thing however is that many Malaysians is not taking that piece crap (the majority rule formula) sitting down and doing nothing. This has to be one of the hardest reply on the so-called social contract and politicians’ hidden hands of colliding Malaysians against each other, all in the sake of keeping their powers:-
This nation is built, from day one, by one strength and that strength is the unity of her people, regardless of race or religion. There is no such thing as this is “our” nation and not “theirs”.
In fact, may I respectfully point out that you, as a Chinese Muslim, are contradicting yourself when you refer to this land as “our own land” if what you meant by “our own land” is that this land is the land of the Malays. Please dear Doctor. Be more sensitive to the feelings of all Malaysians. You are after all an influential ustaz or teacher whose views are respected by many.
(From Art Harun)
Read further here (it is very inspiring)
I have to agree with Art Harun that at the end of the day, we are in this together – we may have our own problems, standards and even political stand but we should not sacrifice our country’s interest for our personal ones. Why can’t we just confront the sticky issues that have been nagging us for some time now and try to resolve it and move on much pressing issues (such as economy).
Why the “you” and “me” stand here? Bangsa Malaysia is much better than any crappy politicians or anyone with hidden agenda – any given time of the day. So, can we focus on our similarities rather than on our differences and get ourselves out from the racial cave and get Malaysia back on her feet?