“We want to do it right this time.”
Daim Zainuddin, chairman of the Council of Eminent Persons, recommending changes to Malaysia “We want to do it right this time.”
COMMENT | In his response to my article – at least I think it was a response to my ‘Malay appeasement‘ article – Zikri Kamalruzaman claimed that the best way to build bridges with the dominant regime is to get rid of the old guard and persuade the “Malays” that they will not be “destroyed” by the DAP like the Malays uber all propaganda proclaims.
Of course, everyone knows that the Malays are the dominant politician, but the question of electoral significance has been blurred after decades of electoral misdeeds, but more importantly, new dreams of unfair electoral domination.
Member of the central committee of PAS Khairuddin Aman Razali said: “There are long-term (needs) that require us to win the next general election with a two-thirds majority. (Once this is achieved), the electoral boundaries must be changed to benefit the Muslims. We We must also increase the number of parliamentary seats in regions with a Malay majority.
Zikri wrote:: “…the reason why these Malaysians supporting Umno or Perikatan Nasional reject the messages of inclusivity is not that they are uneducated, stupid, lazy, or anything like that that some people who claim being liberals and non-racists believe it’s “but rather because of confirmation bias or belief persistence.”
I offer a fairly simple explanation. No one wants to give up their special privileges, especially when those privileges sustain families and communities through the vagaries of a changing economic and geopolitical landscape.
Therefore, if the government gives you economic, education, housing and other subsidies on the basis of race, and another group comes forward demanding a more equal system to ensure everyone has a front -taste of cake, you would of course reject such requests. .
Does supporting such racist policies make you racist? That is the question…