Listed below in bullet points are the results of a survey of 200 government officials and academicians, taken at a dialogue organized by the National Civics Bureau.
The table on the ‘Malay-Chinese chasm‘ is compiled by Malaysiakini and presented by Gerakan central committee member Dominic Lau who said that if this alarming trend were to continue, “our country will become unstable”.
- Great minds discuss ideas
- Average minds discuss events
- Small minds discuss people
- Midget minds discuss themselves
- Thursday night, Friday morning 14 Nov 2013 tweets
As Gerakan’s Dominic Lau had mentioned, the incapacity to communicate (with substance) leading to each side (Malay and Chinese) having such “divergent views” is largely due to “irresponsible leadership and politicians”.
Needless to say, Malaysia is in truly trouble when politicians propelled to top Pakatan positions are narcissistic, mindless midgets who assiduously cultivate a cult following of twits.
But regardless, do let us intelligently discuss the Chinese mindset vs the Malay mindset as surveyed by the National Civics Bureau (see below).
Among the inter-ethnic perspectives, the item that said “Chinese keep demanding but never respect Malay thinking” caused me to chuckle.
It’s quite true; if the Dapsters and evangelistas cannot even respect the nature of Allah as it is unanimously conceived by billions of Muslims around the world – adherents which of course include the Malays here – then how can the Chinese possibly be expected to respect all the less vital issues?