Singapore S T harbours the thoughts of rising political tsunami when race become the dominant issue in the upcoming general election.
1. Carolyn Hong believes that race issue has not faded in the minds of Malaysian politics.
2. Political analyst Ong K M from UCSI (University College Sedaya International) elaborates in figures to convince her that Chinese supporters for BN are gradually dwindling, with a view of low percentage of these voters also come from urban areas.
3. Both of these race-chauvinist dominating newspaper whistlers hope that victory in the upcoming polls could be exploited by opposition if young Malay voters cast their swing votes from BN.
These race-chauvinists must reform their mindset that Malaysia's politic is far from those in Singapore.Singapore is a capitalistic society, whereas Malaysia is a socialistic monarchy.