Sin Chew Daily's report regarding statement made by the President of Federation of Chinese Associations Malaysia (Hua Zong), Tan Sri Pheng Yin Huah who suggested that non-Malay admission to public sector requirements should be loosen up.
He even state, "I am very worried if this matter remain unchanged because it would create a huge gap that would provide heavy effect in the future."
Is Yin Huah the right person to question about the gap between races when he is the one who pushes that the gap should remain open even in school levels ???
Dong Zong and him both are fighting for this gap to be implemented from schools and even university level where they are demanding so that certificates from certain Chinese universities should be acknowledged.
Thus, is he that stupid to not know that there would be no gap if all Malaysian children are taught under one roof ???
Or to be more precise, racial gap might have been long gone if Hua Zong, Dong Zong and other NGOs that works with them are no longer around in Malaysia.
It is quite sickening to see Yin Huah suddenly feeling 'worried' over the matter.
His suggestion so that the requirements to work in public sector should be loosen up came due to his double-standard attitude.
One would need to be able to speak fluent Bahasa Melayu and with credit in SPM.
This is something normal considering that Bahasa Melayu is our national language.
Certainly, Yin Huah realizes that this is too much for his race to take and that is why he wants that requirement to be loosen up.
We are aware that all these while, the Chinese are the ones who demanded for merit system, so why do they complain now just because the system do not go their way ???
Yin Huah do not to act as if he cares about unity in Malaysia because we all know that he is lying.
We understand that what Yin Huah is really worried about is the worry to increase his race's power in the public sector.
In other words, he is only worried for his race.
And this is proven through his lengthy explanation about the benefit for public sector if his race is added up in it.
Considering that there are still a lot of Chinese in this country still fail to speak fluent Bahasa Melayu, they often face trouble in communicating with the public sector.
And this is what really troubles Yin Huah, not unity.
However, the solution suggested by Yin Huah where Chinese should be added up in public sector is a suggestion that is chauvinist, impractical, selfish and describes such critical racial issue.
He should have asks all Chinese to love the national language and be a loyal citizen so that they would not have any issue communicating with the public sector.
It would be better if he asks the Chinese to send their children to sekolah kebangsaan which could really teach them about unity and spread patriotism for Malaysia.
We challenge Hua Zong to throw away their hypocrisy and Chinese extremism which cannot be hidden anymore.
They do not to pretend to be worried over racial gap because not everyone is stupid that they cannot see their real agenda.