The Problem is not Intolerance, it is Injustice


Malaysia is suffering from a culture of political correctness which disregards the objective wrongdoings in society.

A buddy of mine treated me to a stand-up comedy show in May. It was my birthday. The show featured four highly-acclaimed comedians and all of them were funny. What were we laughing at? Mostly jokes about sex, and very oddly, about ourselves. About our silliness and stupidity. One of the acts even had a female member of the audience come up the stage to spell “laughs” with her derriere. She was a big woman, quite clumsy I must say, but very sporting. The comedian kept making fun of the poor lady. And as can be expected, her antics caused roars of laughter from the audience.

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