28 Apr '11, 12am

Most important ingredient for national unity - by K.K. Tan (The Sun)

By: K.K. Tan The Sun Wed, 27 Apr 2011 DESPITE the debate on racial unity and attempts by the government to achieve it, there seems to be more disunity than ever. It appears that the silent voices of reason and moderation of the majority, who are in support of 1Malaysia, are drowned by the increasingly aggressive voices from a small minority of extremists. Once again, the destructive and inflammatory proposal to punish a certain ethnic community in the post-Sarawak election blame game is being promoted to “force” a warped kind of national unity. I am not siding with any political party, but touching on a fundamental principle of democracy. Presumably, the punishment suggested would involve the denial of legitimate aid, funding and development to the areas concerned. According to Newton’s third law, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Hence, the attempt...

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What impression have we given to Chinese Premier Wen Jiaboa in his short visit to the country? That we have a government c...