I can no longer defend the Malays against the stupidity of their own leaders. The reservoir of goodwill and respect of “others” for the Malays is now empty. The patience of “others” for the Malays is now bereft of any reserve. After last night Kongres Maruah Melayu, contempt and disgust colors every thought they now have for the Malays. And you must add to that the hubris planted by these Malay leaders in the minds of many Malays, and you will begin to understand what Ben Bowley now suggests: “Dignity! How can you lose something you never had!”

If Ben Bowley had the temerity to suggest that to me a generation ago, I would, quick smart, have risen and defended the Malays against such lies. Today, the morning after that pathetic, Kongres Maruah Melayu, I, like many many other Malays, are humiliated and embarrassed by what these Malays “leaders” have done to their own kind. After the Kongres last night, the Malays now wallow in their own waste, urine, and excrements. The Malays are to be avoided at all costs by the “others” for they now stink to high heaven in a nation they call their own. And yet, even as all the “others” seek to ignore the Malays and leave them to their own devices, they cannot do so for they too, are in the same room. Like the proverbial elephant in the room, all the “others” cannot ignore the Malays. And that room where the Malays and the “others” are now locked in, has become a putrid, stinking hell hole that everyone, including the Malays, cannot escape from. The keys to the lock have been thrown away by the Malay leaders at the Kongres Maruah Melayu for their own interests are best served by keeping us all in that putrid, stinking hell hole of race and religion! 

Nothing, it seems, can save the Malays and the others trapped in that stinking hell hole of race and religion from a lingering death that these Malay leaders have condemned us to. Nothing except for the death of these Malay leaders before our death. Think about that my friends. Kill them before they kill us!

   

 

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