He said: 'Inequality' amongst the communities in this country will always exist as long as there are Malays, Chinese, Indians and the others. Unfortunately, however, the inequalities in our country are coincidentally divided on communal lines. Ideally, we should not interpret the inequalities along communal lines, of course, and should rather speak on the lines of the 'haves' and the 'have-nots'.
Musa went on to say that while the abolition of inequality "should be our target, what is more important and possible is the working towards a 'just ' society. And here we come to the crux of the problem. It is clear that from the communal point of view what each community wants is simply justice where opportunities, be they economic or government, should be based on a free competitive basis where 'the best man wins', so to speak."
Well, after 50 years of nationhood, Malaysians are still facing those problems!