The most awaited GE13 did happen, and everyone knows who the winner is. By a simple majority BN re-governed themselves once again, denying the PR to verify their capability. Fine. Best man win. Best party in. Unfortunately, one mistake most of us do now (post-GE13) is blaming each other for our own satisfaction. We chant racial statements; we spread detestation and fitnaa; we claim hatred from people around us. Without we realize, we are no longer Malaysians, but divided into our own racial classes (Malay, Chinese, Indian, others).
I believe most of you are educated enough to know the blame game will not get us anywhere. Being racist in your own sphere means one thing – you’re still in limbo, unclear about yourself and others.
DS Najib was not happy, everybody can tell. He claimed the ‘chinese tsunami’ has arrived on the Fifth May. Really? Maybe. The UMNO-supporters are using the winning-seats from DAP, tuning it into racial sentiments. I got it. Definitely. But it left me with one difficulty, why, if it is true? What caused this situation to be happening, regardless all the efforts and hard work to win the Chinese and other non-Malays?
The answer could be within us, the Malays. We accused them on being racist and we are doing the same thing, at the same time, too. From the beginning, we live in fear. We heard things and we live our days by believing ‘those’ things. We fail to learn that our roots and cultures are different. We fail to enjoy our differences. We fail to celebrate our dissimilarities; if we choose to still chanting on racial sentiments. Guys, we live in this country as ONE. So be it.
Stop the blame game. Stop being racist.
Dear DS Najib;
I hope you are clearly understood, 505 was not an easy win. With a simple majority; worst election performance – nothing to be proud of. But already, people have made their choices. BN has been re-elected once again, and it means one thing. Deliver your promises. I know you will face the hard time re-structuring the cabinet since many names have gone down the dream. I certainly wish the lines will meet the people’s need. Just a gentle reminder, the opposition is stronger than before. Anwar could not be defeated; Nurul Izzah stays; Rafizi is in. The seats increased. Well, you do the math.
Dear PR supporters;
If you think you are fighting for a better Malaysia, do not stop. NEVER.
Remember, Rome was not built in a day.