As everyone knows, Johor BN lost five parliament and 18 State seats last night.
It's the worst ever performance of the coalition in the State despite it still being able to form the State government with a two third majority.
The loss of outgoing Johor MB Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman to DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang in Gelang Patah was the most disastrous.
It marks the death of the moderate "Johor Way".
The "Chinese revolt", as so proudly predicted by the DAP cybertroopers did come true and it swept through the State like wildfire with Ghani being its main victim.
Ghani's 18 years of being fair to all races in the State and the massive development he initiated was not appreciated by the people of Gelang Patah.
The Chinese community which he did his best to care for, totally snubbed him. The Malays, who feel jealous with his attempts to assist the Chinese punished him. The Indian community just stabbed him in the back for no real reason.
Ghani was betrayed on all sides.
And that's the fate of a man who believes in moderation and being judged by his track record instead of the color of his skin.
It's the same fate that befell Prime Minister DS Najib Razak, whose moderate "1Malaysia" and BN's "kongsi" concepts were rejected.
The Chinese community's rejection of those concepts was total.
They rejected the hands of friendship of moderate Malays such as Ghani and Najib.
Somehow, I had felt especially the Chinese community's mood even before the polls yesterday.
Thus, I wrote my Prediction of GE13 outcome
It turned out worse than that, as the Chinese community had not only refused to accept the friendship of the moderate Malays, but they spit in their face.
They choose crooked Malays like Anwar Ibrahim instead to be their friends.
Yes, I am bitter, but not so much for the loss of people like Najib and Ghani, but for the loss of my belief in the concept of moderation.
I'm also bitter for my failure of not seeing how the Chinese community could totally refuse to share this country with the Malays.
Yes, I'm putting it here on record. The Chinese want to have everything they can get their hands on. They want what the Malays have but they will never want to share what they have with the Malays.
Yes, I know, that's a most racist statement. So, go ahead and call me a racist. I don't care anymore.
After all, the moderate side inside me died last night.
Maybe the Chinese side of myself had died too.