Karam Singh Walia Appologizes Over Racist Remarks

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I read in The Star how a reporter known to highlight environmental issues in his reports had to apologize to a few rowdy men over his remarks while he was DRUNK that the ‘Malays are from Malaysia 0r Indonesia, and are not smart’, and I immediately identified him as Karam Singh Walia. Who else does such a magnificent job for environmental issues around?  Well, yes, Karam Singh Walia should have known better about uttering those words, particularly with some Malays being very sensitive with anything which has the word ‘Malay’ or ‘Islam’ in it, but you can obviously see he was drunk in the video. Kosmo! today reported (link) that Karam Singh Walia had made a public statement that he was not assulted because he was drunk, but because he ticked off a bunch of youths for parking inconsiderately.  He added that he said almost whatever the mob wanted him to say because he was worried about the safety of his nephew.

I think, it justifies that the man was drunk, and he apologized for such words, but I do not condone the way these ‘merry men’ came up to Karam Singh Walia like an uncivilized gangster group, demanding an apology.  To add salt, they used vulgar words against Karam Singh, and treated him like dirt and demanded he say more, repeating his words (wanna add salt eyh??), asking him to pay for food and drinks for everyone in the whole shop, asking that he prostrate (sujud in Malay) (Karam Singh himself asked if he would be forgiven shall he prostrate to those concern) and many more.  To top that up, some even said “Remember us Malays” to dear Mr Karam Singh Walia.  What a point to stress when you are behaving like uncivilized people. (Check the video below.)

Seriously guys, being unruly, rude and behaving like kids are no way to solve a problem.  In fact, I look down on these ‘merry men’ because of their actions which I personally deem as being ‘overly sensitive’ and uncivilized.

The fact is that , Karam Signgh apologized repeatedly, and it was a private discussion among him and his friends while he was drunk. We know how drunk people can be, and tell me, how many of us talk about other races in a negative way when we are with our private circle of friends? Drunk people can’t drive, so what makes you think they can think clearly? It’s a small issue which can be resolved by merely asking him nicely that his words are hurtful. There’s no need to shame anyone and create chaos, and the fact they also asked him to pay for their drinks makes them just low.

Karam Singh Walia during better days

With that said, I must stress that I do not condone such words by Karam Singh Walia, BUT… I feel that the mob’s attack was far worse than what Karam Singh Walia said because they actually proved that what Karam Singh Walia said when he was drunk was true, at least for those bunch of guys.

As for all the races in Malaysia… I have these words: “We are all born with our own ability, but our actions will dictate how others will look at them.”  Don’t be like the uncivilized people above.  I believe they painted a very bad picture of their race, despite the fact that we all know and can easily name some very smart and influential Malays around us, such as Tun Mahathir himself.

59 COMMENTS

  1. You can’t fight fire with fire. Why is it so hard for people to understand this? I can’t stand people who do this. If you feel insulted, then go prove to the person who insulted you that he/she is wrong.

    I say, people should give the man a break, he already apologized. End of story.

    • Karam! Remember, you’re a public figure just like any other artist, singer, actor and so on..so behave when you are in public..wanna get drunk, go to a private place…dont let public look down on you…..anyway for those people at the scene, stop behaving worst the drunken karam, you people are not drunk, so settle it in a nice way, make him feel embarrassed, not angry…make him pay what he said but don’t make him pay what you all have eaten

      • Agree on your statement that he, as a public figure, should have avoided getting drunk in the first place in a public place., and yes.. settling it in a nice way would have been a better choice.

    • I’m loving Ari’s comment! “Go prove to the person who insulted you that he/she is wrong.” ABSOLUTELY!
      Unfortunately the above people FAILED to do so. Backfire.

  2. Malays feel races on the statement, of course.. not everybody have positive thinking, different i.q, high educations. It will be same if the statement fo other races! My personal thinking, karam is a great person on conservation & awerness. drunk & crazy statement is very bad for the public figure. totally Drunk is not healthy n it’s already a black mark on his fan. Even say sorry, but peoples always remember bad things then good things of course.
    Anyway, we all human, learn to forgive & accept the apologize & mistakes as human.

  3. bodoh lah. this thing boleh cerita la.

    even if he mabok, also can story after he back to normal. no need to kecohkecoh like this.

    agreed what he said, “sekarang punya orang bukan betul sangat…”

    • I don’t really get what your are reffering too.. but Im guessing you are saying that this thing should not have been a such huge deal and could be settled on a good note. Rite?

  4. From my personal view,he already admitted his wrongdoing by seeking apology to everyone out there.As for Malay, if you being a truly Malay, we had not being taught to react and act like a gangster extorting him apology which does not reflect in our religion.

    Malay should now wake up and show our ability, intelligent and competency so that people other races would not look down upon,challenge our privillege and stay behind.

    • From my personal view,he already admitted his wrongdoing by seeking apology to everyone out there.As for Malay, if you being a truly Malay, we had not being taught to react and act like a gangster extorting him apology which does not reflect in our religion.

      Malay should now wake up and show our ability, intelligent and competency so that people other races would not look down upon,challenge our privillege and stay behind.

      LOOK LIKE GOOD POINT BUT MR WAKE UP,BUT UNFORTUNATELY IN WEST MALAYSIA
      (OWNER OF THIS BLOG IS FROM EAST MALAYSIA), ALL THE THINGS THAT WE MALAY-MUSLIMS REGARD AS A SIGN OF GOOD HEARTED AND GOODWILL (TOLERANT AND FORGIVING) HAD BEEN INTERPRATED BY CHINESE AND INDIAN HERE AS A SIGN OF WEAKNESS AND COWARDNESS !! THAT IS THE PROBLEM RIGHT NOW. HISTORY HAD SHOWN US, WHATEVER THE MALAY DO, NO MATTER HOW GOOD THEY ARE, OTHER RACE ESPECIALLY THE CHINESE WOULD NEVER STOP LOOK US DOWN!!

      • Therefore the solution is to act like their barbaric “equals” just so you can gain some “respect”? Something’s seriously wrong there.

        Again… wonder how that makes you any “different” from what claims the non-Malays make about you, if you only prove them “right” by being EXACTLY what they say you are.

        Wonder how that makes you any better, hmmm…

      • Hi,
        I would like to put in my 2 cents’ worth here (all that I can afford right now!) and it will be off topic in some places, derailing somewhat like our beloved and much maligned KTM (were they really renting those coaches from Indian Railways???).
        Is this whole episode because of a parking incident? I am somewhat confused. Is there an unedited version out there? Never mind.
        Over the many years I’ve been around, I’ve noticed that we have been made overly sensitive to many things. Politics may be blamed for this I suppose. I especially hate that my teh tarik goes up by 1o sen every time petrol naik 5 sen per liter, gula naik whatever sen per kilo.Being human, I am guilty of racist remarks, and I’m not proud of it, My race or religion has nothing to do with it, and that’s my story and I’m sticking with it. We react according to the environment we are in. It takes an amazing person with great fortitude to reign in his feelings in such a situation.Know anyone like that? I try to put myself in both their shoes, and I understood both their views, and that really made me depressed!
        A public figure such as Mr. Singh is ALWAYS going to be held to a higher standard, regardless. It is his burden to bear. I do not envy him. Many a life has been ruined by misplaced anger.
        Do you think the other person is pleased with himself right now? There will be some form of introspection, maybe even some regret that he had for that brief moment when he lost his humanity. I choose to believe so. We are all good people whether we want to admit it or not. The ugly side will rear it head once in a while.It is still our job to be mindful of others. Nobody owes you a living. Take from one man’s bowl today, and tomorrow someone else’s hand is in yours.
        I am just an ordinary person, eking out a living in this land of plenty (yes it is! Seek, and ye shall find it!).
        I have lost count of the number of times I or a friend or member of my family was called keling or some other fashionable derogatory name over the years. If I had to defend myself every time, I would have died of fatigue years ago.I could’t even reply with a decent insult! I chose to look away.
        Look, we have to accept that there is a racist in every one of us. Loosen your tongue in some of our Asean neighbours, and you lose it permanently. Come what may. I was, am and will always be proud to be Malaysian. This is a colourful debate, which must occur, and I am so thankful (sometimes dismayed as well) it is allowed to happen. By the way, over the years, I have learned to swear, and like a sailor, I do it magnificently!
        Friends,Memang senang kita beri nasihat, terutamanya bila kita tidak terlibat secara langsung. The handphone with a video camera is a curse, not a blessing. Sifat manusia – suka beri nasihat, tapi sukar terima pulak. These days I cuss in private. I do get tempted to lash at some race or other for my inadequacies, or missed opportunities.
        I don’t have the cash or the stomach for a drink or a puff – curry puff being the exception of course especially the one with sardine:) All our lives are worth living.We ARE important to those around us. We all serve a purpose.Insulting and whining about each other is just going to drag us down and prevent us from being dutiful family men (and women), responsible citizens. Right now, you would be thinking I’m an old nyanyok man rambling on and on. You want a quick answer? Quick defence? Quick this and quick that? WHY??? Is this need just ‘lepas geram’ or is there an agenda. I am sick and tired of seeing race and religion constantly played up. Hati tak senanglah. You guys see all that is wrong in the country in those few angry minutes, I see a parking problem which the Majlis has to seriously look into:) But that’s just me..My mother used to tell me (as probably all of your mothers too…) If you have nothing good to say about someone, shut the f**k up! My mother was ‘special’ you see. Bless her sweet soul. And you wonder why I took so many years to learn to swear…
        By the way,please do not be offended if I do not reply. I have just realised it is very painful business typing with two fingers!! But my heart feels less burdened now.

  5. To all people that say those malay in restaurant are not rational or uncivilized and went overboard on karam sing walia – I want to say this 4 words for them – go to hell

    Mr cyril dason, do u think we malay dont have felings? We cannot get angry if somebody insult our race or religion! Some times you and other nonmalays a such hypocrites, If the situation is vice verca – malays insult nonmalays, im sure u or other like minded are the first one that will demand goverment to take actions against the offender. Remember case of principals in kedah and johor and also BTN deputy director, im sure u still remember what is the reaction of non malays at that time, everyone demand punshment to those people. Now they are all suspended frtom work, However is there any action against Namewee?

    I feel that karam singh walia is lucky that he insult the malays; he just get scolded and verbally abused but not beaten up, Im not sure if a malay like me, insult chinese or indian in front them. Im not sure if we could go home in one piece?

    Drunk or no drunk, this incident had shown Karam singh walia’s true color and real attitude towards us the malay-muslims, Im sure he is not the only one non malay with this kind of thinking. May be you also cyril dason!

    • Ikhwan,

      Errr… ‘Go To hell’ is actually 3 words bro =)

      Anyway, I never said in this post that the Malay’s have no feelings. In fact, I did point it out by saying “particularly with some Malays being very sensitive with anything which has the word ‘Malay’ or ‘Islam’ in it”.

      Secondly, the remarks you are referring which are made by the Principals & BTN DD are both very serious since they are made by civil servant and educators which have all the power to influence the younger generation since they are involved in educating the public and young kids. Karam Singh Walia was talking in a private conversation, in a coffee shop and this directly translates to no influence to anyone. His words are hurtful to the Malays, but I believe this case is different and deserves different approach. However, being beaten up is not one of them. As for Nawawee, if I’m not mistaken, he was asked to appear in court, but you can correct me if I am wrong.

      Finally, I’m not sure why you are being paranoid over how we non-Muslim feel about the Muslims, but from my perspective back here in Kuching, everything seems very nice and calm with everyone, regardless of religion and race getting well along with each other. However, in all good, there is bad.. so like I said in my post above, the mob is a bad example, byt I’m happy to say that my Malay friends over here would normally just ‘tegur’ nicely, and once the person has apologize.. everyone will get along just fine. Maybe that’s why Sarawak is so beautiful =)

      If you regard me as someone who thinks bad about the Malays, I think you must correct your facts because I believe if someone is really good, he is.. REGARDLESS of his background, religion or race. However, if he starts using foul language, starts cursing and making racist remarks, while asking people to go to hell (which I do deem as rude), it only reflects poorly on the person regardless of his race or religion =P

      • Secondly, the remarks you are referring which are made by the Principals & BTN DD are both very serious since they are made by civil servant and educators which have all the power to influence the younger generation since they are involved in educating the public and young kids. Karam Singh Walia was talking in a private conversation, in a coffee shop and this directly translates to no influence to anyone. His words are hurtful to the Malays, but I believe this case is different and deserves different approach. However, being beaten up is not one of them. As for Nawawee, if I’m not mistaken, he was asked to appear in court, but you can correct me if I am wrong.

        SO IF THE MALAYS MADE MISTAKE IT WILL BECOME SERIOUS AND SHOULD BE PUNISHED?, IF THE NONMALAYS DO THAT, WE SHOULD FORGIVE AND FORGET?
        IN BTN DD CASE, THE THINGS THAT HE SAY ALSO BEING SAID IN PRIVATE GATHERING OF PUTERI UMNO, IT LEAKED OUT BECAUSE OF A FEMALE CHINESE REPORTER OF MALAYSIAN INSIDER (ONE OF ANTI MUSLIM AND ANTI MALAY NEWSPORTAL)SNEAKING INI. SO IF WE WANT TO FOLLOW YOUR LOGIC, THE BTN DD SHOULD NOT BE PUNSHED LAH.

      • Bravo, Cyril! Once again you have proven how certain people have proven what they really are — opening mouth before reading and understanding what you’ve already mentioned up there — “if one starts using foul language, starts cursing and making racist remarks, while asking people to go to hell (which I do deem as rude), it only reflects poorly on the person” + “What a point to stress when you are behaving like uncivilized people.” (Best quote in this post)

        I suppose they don’t know what “uncivilized” means, therefore FAIL to see it. 🙂

        REAL Malay people sepatutnya berbudi bahasa, bertatasusila, courteous, tactful etc etc — all that stuff my Malay grandma taught me. I feel sad for our ancestors who are rolling in their graves now.

        • REAL Malay people sepatutnya berbudi bahasa, bertatasusila, courteous, tactful etc etc — all that stuff my Malay grandma taught me. I feel sad for our ancestors who are rolling in their graves now.

          Pandainya kau ni bercakap Mr or ms Three memang betul kita sepatutnya berbudi bahasa, akan tetapi adat melayu juga ada berkata buat baik berpada-pada dan buat jahat jangan sesekali, Kita memang patut berbudi bahasa dan bersopan santun tetapi hanya kepada orang yang berbudi bahasa jugakla, kalau orang kurang ajar nak berbudi bahasa buat apa?
          Islam juga mengajar kami semua supaya jangan sesekali menjadi bacul dan penakut apabila ada orang menghina kita.
          You know what THREE (i dont know what ethnic you are, for me, right now the malay-muslims should being less cortoeus, bertatasusila, and bersopan santun in front of other races especially the chinese because other race never appreciate this virtue, insteead they see it as symbol of cowardness and make them become bolder against us,

      • Or let me rephrase that —
        COURT CASE vs. mat rempit mengugut / pukul / suroh sujud / suroh bayar makan semua orang

        You do realize court cases are the LEGAL methods while the others (extortion much) are crimes? You know… jalan yang betul vs. jalan yang salah?

        Hellooooo, kalo ada masalah, sila bawa ke mahkamah macam orang berTAMADUN (=civilized), bukan nak ugut2 / pukul2 macam orangutan. Thank you~

        (Berapa kali nak cakap “civilized” nie, tak paham btol! Buka kamus la…)

      • I left my hometown and settled in Sarawak because its really One Malaysia here.I will never go back to my hometown in the west malaysia.Love Sarawak and its beautiful people Ibans,Bidayuhs,Melanaus,Chinese,Malays,Indians,Kelabit,Kayans,Penans .West Malaysians come here and learn the lifestyle here.

  6. Well, few points;

    1.From my readings earlier, normally what we say when we are in subconscious level (such as under influence of drugs or ALCOHOL) are normally what we REALLY think of about someone, or something. Thats why most intelligence agency in the world are using “things” that is inserted in the human body, using human bloodstream to force the human to be in the subconscious level, when they try to get the secret out of a prisoner.

    2. Also from my readings (precisely in agendadaily.com, Namewee says that he is a 1Malaysia true supporter and hates anyone that creates racial tension, thus “forced” him to create a song (about the Malay School principal), to express his support of non-racism in Malaysia. I wonder if he is going to create another song that curse Karam Singh as well as TV3.

    3. The teacher is as you say, can influence a lot number of people. Then what difference is Mr Karam has? Im sure he is more popular and has the ability to influence more people as he is a very famous environmental journalist.

    4. If 2 Malays go to a chinese restaurant in a highly populated Chinese client in place such as at Petaling Street (my fav place 🙂 ), and talk bad things about the Chinese, do you think that Malays will survive the night and live happily ever after?

    • 4. Not a chance. And I hope no stupid person will ever do that and re-do what just happened in Klang. Live life with love all you melayucinaindiaibankadazanpunjabiindonesiabangladeshmyanmarmatsallehdll !!!!

      • Pepper:
        Here’s my reply, since you asked. All I would like to say is that it is my personal belief that teachers which make a direct racist announcement to young children (same as any lecturer which is educating during courses attended by adults) will carry a far more negative effect if compared to a drunk TV celebrity.

        Also, I believe that ONLY morons and bullies will choose violence over proper diplomacy, and only egoistic and moron will not want to apologize over a mistake which has been made.

        As for the statment on drunk people and how they say things, I am not a doctor, and so.. I can’t refute nor agree with such statement.

        With that said, I stress that I BELIEVE that a Malay will survive if he apologize over his actions if he went to another race restaurant, but provided he does apologize over his mis-words. It goes the same to all other races. If every race were humble enough to admit their mistakes, Malaysia would be a better nation =)

  7. arak tidak bagus ibu segala kejahatan
    karam singh ada masalah arak bukan penyelesaian
    dia lakukan perkara di luar sedar org melayu mudh maafkn dan tolak ansur……jauhi arak yg byk bawa mudarat kerana ini amalan Islam yg byk org melayu sendiri tidak ikut

  8. 1) Wonder where the police were this time when they threatened to beat him up? Saying stuff is one thing, physical assault and threats is another.

    2) Someone was DRUNK, but unfortunately we don’t ex…pect certain people to understand the scientific basis behind disorientation and cognitive dissonnance in that one. I mean, some of these people don’t even know what “date rape” means, or believe such a thing does not exist.

    3) And rubbing it in someone’s face when he apologized, even asking him to pay for their bills (extortion much?), does not show the GRACE of the people, what REAL people behave like.

    4) One more thing… education is important. Especially history 🙂
    It helps to activate brain before mouth.
    You know what I mean 🙂

    I suppose this WOULD make me a racist IF I didn’t have Malay blood in me. Too bad I’m technically NOT, since I have “all three Malaysian” races in me, plus one indigenous Sarawkian race. Hah!

  9. If the maleis in the video do not want to be known as uncivilized, well at least, do not act like you’re the ones DRUNK.

    Ok, back to work. Nothing of a big issue here. Just SOME drunk people video.I LOL-ed at this.

  10. greetings cyril…
    im harjit, karam’s cousin… plz delete ur post… i dont like people taking advantage of Karams issue… i dnt know wheteher u purposely tagged the video from youtube..juzz to increase ur blog rating… but i hope not.. so please to discuss other issue… u worsen the thing brother…

    • Greetings Harjit.

      I wrote about this issue because I felt that the terrible and uncivilized actions of the ‘mob’ should be highlighted, and should be taken as a lesson. I in any way, do not intend to hurt Karam’s reputation, nor do I intend to take advantage of the issue. The post is merely to highlight my stance on such issue which is the mob’s actions were wrong and unnessary.

      The video is attached to prove what has happened so, so that it doesn’t go as if I am saying something without any prove. However, if you (speaking on behalf of Karam Singh’s side) feel that the video should not be included, then I will remove the video.

      Looking forward froma reply from you.

      • dude, i think it is unfair for you to say that the mob ask him to prostrate. he himself offered to sujud to the mob. like the fella say la, we dont want you to sujud…we just want you to watch your mouth… we respected you because you are good. its not all blood and gore. and please change your statement. to the malays prostrate is too much..we wont ask anyone to prostrate to anyone…because we pray. and its an act in our prayer (to prostrate). please change your article. thanx

        • Bro,

          Thank you for pointing out the error. The article has been amended after I watched that particular part over and over again, and therefore my sincere apologies for writing inaccurate words on the ‘asked to prostrate’ part.

  11. hi everyone… we used to have many friends during school days…. malays, indian, chinese, punjabi etc… we’re like a family then…. of course..sometimes we also fight… but we remain friends… now…. because of this bloody PIGGY POLITICIANS…. semua jadi tunggang langgang.My simple message to everyone : 1) To our Chinese, Indians, Punjabis and others…. tarik hand-brake kejap… think with a clear mind… seek first to understand… 2) To my Malays… stop being such an idiot!! start using your brains… don’t just HOPE… HOPE & HOPE!!!!… prove that we are good people… quality people… kalau setakat gertak Karam Singh kat kedai kopi mcm samseng kampung…. janganlah mengaku Melayu & Islam pula tu.

    There’s always a price on every action we take. That’s why we’re given “brain & heart” to think. We must THINK. Don’t let the FU*KING POLITICIANS think for us.

    huhuhu… I missed the GREAT old days… To ah peng.. seng ghee… ramesh… karuna… paul… parveen kaur… the singh brothers… (and lot lot more)… I missed u guys.

  12. Stingray: Agree, Mr. Karam Singh Walia should think before he do or might do anything at any public place. Especially places that multiracial people hangout. But for the Malays that abusing him, i think its not the best way to show other people that Malays are rude. Think of other tolerable methods. He’s a public figure and a human too.

  13. hELLO MR CYRIL DASON, FIRST OF ALL I WANT TO APOLOGIZE TO YOU FOR SAYING GO TO HELL, IM AWARE IT IS A RUDE REMARKS ADN I SHOULD NEVER SAY IT, HOWEVER IM NOT GOING TO RETRACT THE THINGS THAT I SAY BECAUSE THIS IS WHAT I FELL AND THIS IS WHAT MOST OF MALAY-MUSLIM FELL RIGHT NOW, LATELY IF A MALAY UTTERING SOMETHING RACIALLY PROVOCATIVES, SURELY THERE WILL BE PUBLIC OUTCRY DEMANDING HE/SHE TO BE PUNISHED. HOWEVER IF A NON-MALAY SAY SOME RACIAL SLUR TOWARDS THE MALAY, HE SEEMS CAN GET AWAY WITH THAT (NAMEWEE OR PERSON WHO DEFILED A SURAU IN NEGERI SEMBILAN). IF U REMEMBER TWO MUSLIMS WHO BURNT A CHURCH ALREADY BENGIN PUNISHED, BUT THERE IS NO PUNISHMENT TO THE CHINESE YOUTH WHO BROKE A SURAU WINDOW AND SPRAY RED PAINT TO THE SURAU.

    IT SEEMS BOTH SIDE OF POLITICAL DIVIDE PREFER TO APPEASE NONMUSLIMS AND NON MALAYS AT OUR EXPANSE. ANYWAY YOU SURELY NOT AGREE WITH IT, BUT THATS WHAT I AND MOST MALAY FEEL RIGHT NOW.

    • Apology accepted and thank you for dropping by and leaving your feed backs. I think you may still be angry as you choose to type in capital letters, but well, that’s your choice =) As for the issues you mentioned, I don’t want to comment on them as it will make this debate on race longer, without a complete ending. All I would like to say is that the only people who can stop such unfortunate incidents to both Muslim and non-Muslims is the government in which they should be impartial in regards to both sides.

    • Nah I think it’s just his netiquette (or lack of) :p
      Obviously we’re seeing many varieties of “mentalities” here. As well as informedness (or, again, lack of), and knowledge of law and order — what’s right and what’s not, and how to take PROPER action based on court evidence, and how beating up and threats are crimes — as well as virtue and manners — that the orignial Malay people were taught to be well-mannered to EVERYONE, *not* just to people who are well-mannered, but to be gracious to those ill-mannered too — rough translation (in case ada orang tak paham :p) and I repeat, org Melayu yg benar diajar secara turun-temurun untuk bertatasusila dan berbudi bahasa kepada SEMUA, bukan kepada org yg baik SAHAJA, kalo ada org bersikap buruk dgn kita, kita harus mengajar/menaishat dgn cara yg BAIK, bukan kerana kita lemah dan tunduk, tetapi kerana kita adalah sepatutnya lebih BERADAB — itulah cantiknya, indahnya bangsa Melayu pd asal (sepatutnya laaaaa) —

      (I wonder what significance the race/ethnicity of a commentor holds here, with regards to his/her OPINIONS/VIEWS expressed, and how right/wrong those views are. Ah it must be the opportunity for ad hominem attacks…)

      • Or in other words, kalo nk lawan balik, lawan lah dgn kepintaran dan budi bahasa — lebih hebat dpd bertindak mcm orgutan.
        Or… remember how the Prophet Muhammad handled these kinds of situations, with grace and tact.

  14. A drunk person says what he/she truly meant which he/she could not or would not in a sane environment. Something like “The Mask”….Sorry Karam, a small piece of black dot deep in the heart accidentally came out, though there are still many flowers in your heart. It is not the end. Such race is also known as forgiver. It is embedded in their way of life. It is not the end.

  15. whatever said & done..nobody is perfect..everybody makes mistake and have “terlanjur cakap” in life at one time or another (no one can deny that) and that is why we are human and not God. We need to move on peeps, there are more things in life to achieve than getting upset/angry… life is short; don’t ruin it.

  16. karam has been threat very badly.the way of people reacting around him and their words can make the others
    understand who is right @who is wrong.tiada kata secantik bahasa(karam always use this word)but today
    saya pun tidak tahan terhadap kata-kata yang di lemparkan keatas karam…

  17. As for Chinese out there, be united. Be like Malay, helping own bangsa. If you saw a chinese in help, DO HELP. If u dont, nobody will help u in return. Join the crowd to show how strong we are. Not to harm, to protect ourselves. In Penang, few policemens arrested a trader in rude manners, putting almost 300 chinese surrounded them, suprise them allright. ask for back up to police station. They treat the trader nicer. SEE! SHOW THE FORCE!! UNITE!! I was there to shout at the policemen. What they can do?

  18. I don’t really have anything much to say but why do you have to cross out some part of your sentences?. I don’t see the whole point of crossing it out after all, we readers can still read it. And its apologizes not appologizes fyi.

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