Category Archives: Race relations

The Chinese are not ignorant

If MCA had been a tough political partner in the federal coalition, Umno would have behaved and governance would have been better P Dev Anand Pillai COMMENT MCA now claims that the nation will be an extreme nation should the … Continue reading

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Non-Malay apathy blamed for rise of extremism

KUALA LUMPUR: Hindraf Makkal Sakthi chairman P Waythamoorthy has denounced non-Malays who refuse to stand up for their rights, saying their apathy partly explains the rise of extremism in Malaysia. In a WhatsApp message that he said represented the first … Continue reading

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Help the Malays’ and all is forgiven, says a baffled Art Harun

PETALING JAYA: The actions of a segment of the Malay population in defending motivational speaker Azizan Osman, following revelations he “misled, if not lied” to the public about his multiple doctorates, has prominent lawyer Azhar Harun baffled.Azhar, who is more … Continue reading

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‘Local Chinese millionaires ditching Opposition’

PETALING JAYA: More local Chinese businessmen are likely to back the Barisan Nasional government in the coming general election, a political and economic analyst has predicted. Prof Hoo Ke Ping said this was because of the challenging business environment and … Continue reading

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The superior Malay…is an Arab

Arab women in niqabs, which cover their faces except for their eyes.   By Mariam Mokhtar Until the 1990s, a Malay boy would  usually reply that his ambition would be to become a doctor, a lawyer or an engineer. Today, … Continue reading

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Maybe, Malaysia is not a place for the Chinese to bloom

          COMMENTS by Theantdaily readers Saul: In my humble opinion, the Chinese in Malaysia are just plain stupid and getting more stupid by the day. I humbly believe the reason is the environment. You see, everything in Malaysia is … Continue reading

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Yes, I am a keling. So what?

By FA Abdul The recent news about a college security guard calling a group of Indian students “Keling” reminded me of an incident that took place some twenty years ago. I was a 13-year-old Form One student at Sekolah Menengah … Continue reading

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