From 'daulat' to 'derhaka': A Malay Darwinist moment

comments     Azly Rahman     Published     Updated

A new consciousness seems to be blowing into the collective psyche of the Malays, known as one of the most obedient people on earth. A specter of the absurd heroism of the Malays seem to be haunting the modern Malays, as embodied in a crisis that is unfolding in this land that has seen much of Malayan history constructed - from the incident at Pasir Salak to the treaty signed at Pangkor.

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