LETTER | Politicians resort to racial and religious cards because these 'products' sell.
That’s because non-Malays will never be treated as equals in this country.
COMMENT | We need to make sure any racist action is dealt with expediently.
YOURSAY | ‘Malays have long complained about being discriminated against by Chinese-owned companies.’
YOURSAY | ‘What is important is justice (be it legal or social), equality, and fairness.’
UPDATED 4.42PM | The gov’t believes law enforcement isn’t the best way to unite our multiracial community.
No ethnic group is immune to harbouring racist sentiments.
It is shameful to score your own goal.
A witness says he saw the shooter 'sitting, drinking a beer in one hand with a gun out in the other'.
‘Then you have to accept they will never truly be citizens.’
YOURSAY | ‘Universities are supposed to be the bastion of ethical behaviour.’
This is for accusing students of an ethnic group of being prone to copying.
UPDATED 6PM |PARLIAMENT | But critics condemn the law as being draconian and that it is used often to silence dissent.
The investigation is still going on and there is no update so far, a Universiti Malaya spokesperson says.
UPDATED 2.34PM | It is developed by Pusat Komas in response to the yearly Malaysia Racial Discrimination Report.
He points out the hypocrisy of Umno's racial politics alongside its fevered China sales pitch.
Kholilullah Pasaribu says there are dissenting views on what constitutes acceptable racism.
YOURSAY | ‘I don't think Ibrahim Ali fully understands what he said.’
UPDATED 6.17PM | The PM at MIC's AGM, says he doesn't like it when people use such terms.
It focuses on Malay interests, but also takes heed of needs of non-Malays, Cheras Umno chief tells the Penang CM.
ADUN SPEAKS | The real problem to racism isn't the principles, but that the gov't ignores them.
COMMENT | No hope for us to become an advanced, 'truly Asian' nation until all our leaders are committed to a just and equitable nation.
COMMENT | Politics, economics and religion are to blame for the rise of anti-Chinese rhetoric in Indonesia and Malaysia.
COMMENT | We make a mistake in believing racism is an inextricable part of life.
As I read the arguments between Khalid Samad and Ibrahim Ali over racism and the love for one’s race and culture, I can’t help but to chip in.
This goes especially in sports.
The fruits are ripening and the harvest has started. If the fruits are bad, don’t blame those who had no control over the farms or orchards. Those who must bear the blame for producing a bad harvest are the farmers.
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