When Lim Guan Eng got into trouble – and Bungalow-gate is actually only his own personal problem – he tried to drag the whole Chinese community into the imbroglio.
Likewise, a little earlier when DAP backed some Christians on the use of ‘Allah’, and some Muslims retaliated, again the evangelical party tried to drag all the non-Muslims into their religious conflict.
The reality is that when decent Malaysians are revolted by the DAP, they’re merely anti-DAP. It does not mean that they’re anti-Chinese. (Or anti-Christian.) Continue reading “Are the Chinese really as clever as they think they are?”