Dignity cannot be built upon bigotry, intolerance and extremism.
It is wrong to think that the non-Malays are hindering Malay progress, far from it.
Zainal Kling warns non-Malay citizens who he says are not keeping to their end of the social contract.
But such politics will be snubbed by people in Sabah and Sarawak.
It is high time we confront issues pointed out by the World Bank and others about the bloated civil service and its performance, and recruitment policies.
The intake into matriculation colleges can be increased, but students must pass an exam that is on par with STPM.
Institute for Development Studies Sabah chairman Simon Sipaun says the policy has become a divisive factor defeating the objectives of the NEP.
The PAS president says Malays are currently divided, unlike non-Malays.
The DAP secretary-general says he has already amended his statement suggesting that the two parties are declaring war on non-Malays.
Racism appears to be the final retreat of politicians who have served long but done little.
The new government should not pander to the demands of extremists, which are often ridiculous, incendiary and stupid.
The BN secretary-general denies asking for vernacular schools to be closed.
The prime minister defends PPBM's race-based identity, as the party celebrates its second anniversary.
The Malaysian military must stop shooting itself in the foot with barriers to ethnic minorities.
'Politics is a game of numbers,' says the ex-PM.
The Amanah leader says in the Sungai Kandis by-election, PAS is taking the opportunity to team up with Umno to bring down PH.
Hisommudin Bakar and Kamarul Zaman Yusoff feel Umno will further alienate non-Malay voters if it goes it alone for the Sungai Kandis by-election.
Let Felda remain right of Malay community, as does existence of new villages for Chinese community, it says.
Koon Yew Yin says the situation today is totally different from that in 1969, with too many Malay political and non-political players opposing BN for this to happen.
The former minister says it will symbolise the end of racial politics when two leaders hailed as Malay and Chinese icons meet.
The non-Malays fought the communists equally hard as the Malays and it is a distortion of the facts, and history, to claim otherwise.
Ismail Mina Ahmad's claim that only the Malays sacrificed their lives for Malaya is an insult to the memory of non-Malays who died for the same cause.
Deputy PM says such polemic is unnecessary as all communities in country contributed their best to Malaysia’s progress.
Organisation's president, Brigadier-General (Rtd) Mohd Arshad Raji says keeping quiet on distortion of facts on role played by non-Malays is abdicating leadership responsibility.
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