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Red Shirt Rally : A Shameful of Malaysia

How much shame could you bring to Malaysia? Once a proud country with claimed to be multiracial,  honest,  clean,  and civilised.  We Malaysia are keeping our eye on becoming a developed country,  yet we take a turn and go back to the beginning.  Nevertheless,  some of Malaysian still do not want to admit that we are doing so. 

I have written previously on how I hate racism and we Malaysian should admit that racism is still an issue in this country.  Yet,  nobody want to admit that and our government keep on saying that racism is dead in this country and we should worry about other thing.  They were wrong. 

Today,  they proved themselves by doing a rally for Malay. To be clear here,  Malay is a race.  Malay is majority in Malaysia.  Most of our leader are Malay.  Most of the law are in favour of Malay in this country.  Yet they are doing a rally to fight for their right. 

Imagine the 70s in america,  where black people were oppressed by the white.  Imagine you were there looking at a rally on the street.  The rally is filled with white people demanding black people to back off.  What do you think about that?  Wukl you starr calling black people racist?  Would you agree with that?  Does it sound right?

This is exactly what happen here today in Malaysia.  A very shameful group of Malay want demanding for their right when there were nobody that can take their right because they already said so more than 50 years ago. 

This shows how poor malay people in education.  Seriously,  they need to buckle up their general knowledge and common sense.  (Apologize me as they said many of the people in that rally were tricked ans unaware of the reason of that rally l). 

In this difficult time of our country,  what we need to focus on are about our economy,  fight corruption,  clean election,  clean politics... Not about my race their race.  Racism like this will damaged our country image more and put us way behind in time.  All other countries are moving forward and we still stuck with racism. 

Thus,  again and again,  I repeatedly said  pleased acknowledge the issue. Racism issue is real and should be addressed properly.  I would face palm myself (which I already did multiple times today) if someone said this rally today was not about racism. 

Even though I am officially brunei and not Malay, per say,  but Brunei is also included in Malay branch according to history.  So,  when they act stupid,  we all look stupid. 

Lastly,  I would pray that all racist people begone early from the surface of earth.  We do not need people like this (do tell me if you think we need them).  To those my friend who were not malay,  let us all together face palming ourselves looking at these joke of red shirt rally..

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