I'm trying to become a Malay racist after the Chinese tsunami on May 5th.
But it is very hard....
Every time I look through my blog roll and see these three blogs, it gets even harder....
A Green Bee In The Rain 雨中的绿蜂
...but it was back then so plain and simple, the Chinese community almost completely rejected even the BN's moderate Malays in GE13. It was almost total....
I'm still angry over the May 5 betrayal, but I think I need to think carefully again what angle I should take when handling the Chinese issue. There are indeed still some Chinese who were not poisoned by the DAP's extreme racial posturing.
I must try to always keep that in mind.
Well, I'm actually tired and sleepy.
Just reached home in the wee hours of this morning. I opened this laptop wanting to write a bit about the cabinet line up before knocking off, but instead saw that Helen is back in action here Apa lagi Cina mahu?
I'm actually relieved that there are still Chinese like Helen who is still there and keep on fighting. Hopefully I'm right about her.
Well, as for the Cabinet line up....I'm actually glad that more of its members are from Sabah and Sarawak.
However, I'm worried about some potential Trojan Horses being among those selected. And I'm not talking about KJ.
I'm also not happy about some appointments such as that Hindraf dude, and some Umno deadwoods.
Come on la...Ahmad Maslan as deputy finance minister? Ku Nan is still there? Shahidan Kassim? Urgh....
And then there's the absence of the MCA and Gerakan people. Sad but can't be helped,, I think. The majority of their own members voted for Pakatan, so, nothing much could be done there.
On a more positive note, I think the education ministry is the best this time around. TS Muhyiddin Yassin got a good team there. No Puad Zarkashi type to cause him problem this time.
Ok, I'm too sleepy now. Can't run a full commentary on this. I think for that, you all can read in the newspapers later this morning.
Just to keep me company before sleeping, I'm playing this song....