Man, I can't take this anymore. Don't stir the hornet's nest and don't fix something which is not broken. Can we please adopt this concept as mainstream thinking ?
We forgot about these during Pak Lah's time and Anwar's political accession among the Opposition parties.
Many attempts were made to fix things which were not broken, to change what seem to be social norms, to amend matters which were already at equilibrium.
Thus, we have the results today. Insecurity, political instability, religious and racial disharmony and all sorts of negativity.
I can only say that blogs are among the main contributors. I see so many blogs writing with anger, hatred and profanities.
Some blogs are "fanning" such emotions professionally ! Many Malaysians are netizens and active blog readers these days. So please, as bloggers, let us be ethical and discuss in a mature and professional setting.
No more pig heads flying around, no more stepping on cow heads, and no more burning of churches. Okay ?
Let those be the sinful acts of irresponsible people and criminals condemned by us all, not politically motivated moves for mileage or election victories !
Having said all these, I have no problems living with Malays, Chinese and Indians in my multiracial neighborhood. We greet each other with smiles and celebrate memorable occasions together - festivals, wedding, etc.
So please, trouble makers, get lost and get out of Malaysia ! Let the rest of us and the majority of Malaysians from all walks of life enjoy the peace, harmony and prosperity in our lives !
We still love our country, Malaysia.
By the way, this is a remarkable improvement - Youth wings from Barisan and Pakatan unite to condemn attacks.
But did Anwar Ibrahim give the greenlight to Pakatan Rakyat Youth to issue a joint statement with BN Youth ?
And THIS was a good message from Malaysian Consultative Council for Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism & Taoism and MCA President during a meeting yesterday, but why weren't any Muslim scholars or representatives there at Wisma MCA ?
It would have been better if the Muslim scholars were invited (if they were not) or if the Muslim scholars attended (if they declined the invitation).
Just curious. Related - Our reps will continue to champion interests of minority