Thursday, September 24, 2015

Bolehlanders Should Say A Resounding No To The Racist Rodents!

Citizens of Bolehland should not let themselves be bullied by politicians who try to use race as a despicable means to prop up support for themselves and stay in power.

Irrespective of race, all of us have a stake in the country.

We should not let bankrupt politikus (political rats) to hijack our constitutional right as citizens to the dignity that we all deserve as rightful citizens, nor allow ourselves to have to tolerate being called pigs and immigrants or other derogatory and/or racist terms.

Honestly, in the final analysis, except perhaps for the orang asli or natives, we are all immigrants to one extent or another. It is not profitable nor instructive to talk of immigrant/non-immigrant Bolehlanders or supremacy based on race.

How is ketuanan different from Hitler's Aryanism or South Africa's apartheid? They both were noxious and objectionable.

Racism only brings about mistrust and friction and will ultimately destroy society. It certainly won't help nurture harmonious relations nor bring about unity among the races.

We have to remind ourselves that the minority here is not really a minority - together, they constitute over 40 % of the populace.

Supremacism and demonising any one race only engender doubt and mistrust among the others.

We should be more concerned about the thieves, robber barons and rent-seekers who hijack the country's economy, distort the distribution of wealth and impoverish even those whom they so pompously aver to defend in the name of race.

We should say a resounding NO to the racist rodents and send them back to the holes where they come from and make sure that they stay there where they belong.

As citizens, we should reclaim the country for all.

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