OPINION: Lee Kuan Yew and the Malay position - Dr Chandra Muzaffar

New Straits Times, 29 Aug 2013
LEE Kuan Yew's (LKY) Malaysia A Different Path in his One Man's View of the World is important for a simple reason. It is a reflection of how an overwhelming majority of Chinese Malaysians and a sizeable number of Indian Malaysians feel about Malaysia. It is this feeling that expressed itself through the ballot box on May 5.
For these Malaysians, the greatest threat to inter-ethnic unity and harmony is Malay dominance. LKY alludes to "dominance of one race" (p. 162). He argues that when Singapore was part of Malaysia between 1963 and 1965, he fought for a "truly multiracial country", a Malaysian Malaysia. Full story
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