One tells Zaid to apologise.
Now this idiot's stupidity has been established, and some of us have been encouraging Zorro not to hold back too much on expressing exactly how he feels about Botak.
Holding back is not good for health, and we want Zorro to live long because The Wharf would be really quiet without him.
But I digress.
Back to the tale of our idiots, the other asks Zaid to get out of Malay grouping, as if race is an option you and I get to choose.
"Zaid should repent. Otherwise, he should get out of the ’rumpun Melayu’ (Malay grouping)," Shahidan Kassim brayed loudly, much to the pleasure and approval of the other donkeys.
Curious to know who this dingbat is? He's been featured before, not merely for talking like a fool, but for acting like one. Check him out in all his glory.
He said if Zaid continued to question the Malay supremacy concept, then he should no longer be a Malay because as a Malay he should be defending the Malays and not running them down.
That's precisely why the Malays are such a regressive lot. They have allowed certain quarters to dictate what they can or cannot speak about.
No matter how stupid an argument or concept may seem, and no matter how failed it may be, it should be championed merely because one Malay heralds it as the saviour of the entire Malay race.
UMNO politicians have superior skills when it comes to flogging a dead horse, and renouncing anyone who does not blindly follow.
And so the Malays collectively dive like lemmings off the cliff.
Though I must say, there are the exceptions and thankfully, Zaid Ibrahim is not alone.
Aisehman has long been an anonymous critic of the Ketuanan Melayu concept. Unfortunately, he's just about had enough and thrown in the towel.
We also have Farish Noor, Bakri Musa and Azly Rahman, who have on various occasions, spoken against this flawed logic of superiority while feeling inferior, which is more popularly known as Ketuanan Melayu.
Both Azhar Azizan Harun and Malik Imtiaz Sarwar have their respective takes on this issue.