There have been quite a lot of anti-Chinese articles being written ever since the Chinese-dominated Bersih 4.
Some even equated the rally with the victory parade of the opposition parties which led to the bloodbath of May 13 1969.
Some accused the Chinese of wanting to chase the Malays back to the kampung or even into the jungle.
Those articles called for the Malays to be united in the face of the so-called Chinese threat.
Quite a few of the articles were printed on the pages of reputable newspapers.
I wonder how the editors could have let that happened.
Are the Chinese as a society really that evil?
Or are they so dumb that they want to be lords and masters of the majority Malays and other races?
After all they are less than 30 per cent of the population.
I got my complaints about the Chinese too but I don't think the answer to those questions is "yes".
Why did they go out in droves for the Bersih 4?
I am not sure of the exact answer, but probably it's because they wanted the country to be governed properly.
I'm quite confident the majority of them didn't do it because they hate the Malays.
I think it's wrong to accuse all of them of being Malay-hating Chinese as written in those articles.
I know a lot of good Chinese who don't have evil intention against the Malays.
My mother, grandmother, cousins, aunts, uncles.....okay, my grandfather a bit garang but still, he is not a Malay-hating Chinese.
My ex-boyfriend is a prick, but it's not because he is a Malay-hating Chinese. He is a prick because he is a horny bastard. That's all.
Yes, there are racists among the Chinese but there are racists among the Malays too.
There are bad Chinese and there are bad Malays.
I do believe the Malays need to be united as a society but that's not because we want to go against the Chinese.
Malays need to be united because it's for them to help each other so that they could improve themselves and be on par with their fellow Malaysians of other races.
They should be motivated to be united by the desire to improve as a society and protect their rights instead of being united to hate another race.
Actually that's how the United Malay Nationalist Organisation got started.
Sometimes I got angry with the Chinese too such as in the aftermath of their tsunami in the last general election.
That's because they wiped out a lot of good Malay leaders from Umno who sincerely wanted Malaysia to remain a country shared by all its citizens irrespective of their race or religion.
But still, I don't hate them because of that. Just angry with them for awhile.
In fact I'm still in love with one of them. Yes, that prick, despite him having someone else now,.
Back then, the DAP's election campaign which heavily relied on the Chinese sentiments blinded them at the polling stations.
I was angry with the Chinese electorate for letting that happened.
As I fear, that Chinese tsunami had led irresponsible Malay leaders and their lackeys to the easy but destructive route of pulling out the race card every time they faced a problem.
I hope the common Malay folks could resist from being influenced into hating the Chinese.
This country is in a state of worry now.
I am worried.
I hope all these will end soon.
I want Malaysia to be back the way it used to be.