Anwar’s “Fears…..”

BN will not relinquish power so easily. Mark my words says a senior academecian over breakfast. A look at the above picture which I saw at a local blog gave me something to ponder. Malaysiakini report http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/88898 would begin discussions with government legislators from “Sabah, Sarawak and the Peninsular in Kuala Lumpur today.

PKR Sarawak Chairman said to me that Security is top priority and I do agree with him looking at what is happening around our region. A state of emergency has been imposed in Thailand to restore calm as street fighting overnight between opponents and supporters of the government left one man dead and dozens of people injured.

Besides Thailand,Japan was also surprised with the resignation of Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda.It came just a month after he had reshuffled his cabinet, and just days after he unveiled a $17 billion economic stimulus package. But he said this,”“This is the perfect timing to not cause people too much trouble,”

We can change leaders but there must be a proper way of succession as not to derail the economy and cause unstabilty in the country. Anwar does fear that the overall situation of taking over might cause “mayhem” and it is absolutely right for YB Dominique to say that to me. But like I always say,”It takes one to light a match” and if the box of matches is in safe hands normalcy is the order of the day. People do not fear the orators or coffeshop talk but fear those who write and express their thoughts. Haven’t you heard,”Write it down and I’ll sue you.”hmmm.

We need to address all the long standing problems and issues faced by the country and the PM needs to show his leadership qualities now before events overrun him. A wake up call to all BN Ministers that help is needed to assist “YOUR BOSS” as he cannot run the country alone. Too much insincerity will cause a rift and thus open a way for the opposition to exploit and the country will suffer.

The thought of Frogs as the picture shows has Abdullah dealing with this problem more often than the previous PMs and it does not augur well for his administration. The new word in town is ,”MIGRATION”…….BN will not give up easily.Anwar can dream in his heart and mind but will it turn to reality. What do you think………???

***”Dreams are the essence of all we can become“*** 

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14 thoughts on “Anwar’s “Fears…..”

  1. bondoun says:

    We have gone too far to turn back now. The recent political climate has affected our economy. No doubt BN will not give up easily, infact they will fight tooth and nail to maintain their status quo. But now that we have gone this far, we might as well throw away the goons that has been running this country.

    If BN is dysfunctional then we might as well change with new able leader. I see we are heading towards a time of troubles, but if the take over is done right, it will benefit us all…

  2. BULLSHIT OPPOSITION says:

    Its all crap. All the hoo-haa of 916 …etc…etc…..

    To all the spporters of reformasi & those who are waiting for the savior to safe them….dream no more…

    WAKE UP! We will have to wait another GE for the people to express their wishes.

    Now my 20 cents advise is to get on with our life instead of waiting for something that is talk the talk and don’t walk the talk.

    Buang masa rakyat saja.

  3. rwong says:

    People Power.Why fear! BN Ybs too arrogant already.Some are too action and think people want to see them just for money.They too much lah!

  4. Patek1472 says:

    The Courage to Build a New Malaysia.
    (Keberanian Membina sebuah Malaysia Baru.)

    (Versi Bahasa Melayu dibawah)

    The year is 2008. This is the year most Malaysians finally woke up from a deep slumber. Most Malaysians were just too busy earning their living and building up their lives to take notice that times have changed and the idealism spouted by our founding Fathers have still not been accomplished for this country even today.

    It was not so long ago in 1957 and then for our fellow East Malaysians in 1963 when the ideals and dreams preached by the late Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj (Bapa Kemerdekaan and Bapa Malaysia) for Malaysia were first announced and was greeted with joy in the hearts and minds of all Malaysians. The late Tunku Abdul Rahman had a dream and ideals, just like Martin Luther King, Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and many others including the prophets over the history of mankind.

    Many a times such dreams were hijacked and led astray under the guise of nationalistic, racist and religious idealism by so called politicians and self declared and appointed righteous and religious persons (Little Napoleons). Individuals who have risen to continue some of such idealisms are gagged, isolated, bankcrupted, blasphemied, rehabilitated or worst jailed, for it is deemed not in consonance with the dreams and idealism of the elected parties agendas.

    Laws are legislated and passed at whim in Parliament to change the idealism of the Supreme Law of the Land (The Malaysian Constitution) and to cloak such party and individual agendas. It is true, Malaysia, conforms to the democratic process as practiced by most western countries in elections (even though tainted but unproven). But once given the trust to be elected as a leader or representative of the people, party and individual idealism overtook national idealism, and The Jeykll and Hyde personality emerged to be repeated over and over again at each and every election and by-election.

    Malaysians have being led astray for so long, that what is right is blurred, what is wrong is tolerated, what is evil is condoned, what is fair is pouted as unfair, what is immoral becomes moral and corruption and close one eye need to become a part of our accepted daily lives. Jealousy, hatred, greed, racism, plundering and satanism starts to breed in Malaysian minds, and brothers, friends and fellow Malaysians were looked upon as enemies or as inferior human beings. Once a while, such nets were cast ashore to include anything to do with other countries or other races which do not belong to one’s own race or religious beliefs.

    The minds and souls of Malaysians are so polluted and poisoned for so many years that it seems that Malaysia is the only all correct country and we should rule the world by our way. Examples of countries which follows Malaysia or is it we following them are, such as North Korea, Zimbabwe and Israel. What justifications can you tell your own generations or future Malaysian generations that what you are doing to fellow mankind and more so to your own fellow Malaysians that it is righteous and correct, when, it is at the expense and sufferings of your own human kind and fellow Malaysians?

    Can you say to them I did it to follow the orders and teachings of God or party political agendas? Who gave you such inspirations and idealism? Do not absolve your own wicked mind and greed nor take a ride on someone else wicked mind and greed. Do not pick and choose in the Books of God nor the man-made laws to justify or suit your own twisted and idealistic minds. You can fool others due to their ignorance or emotions at some time but you can’t fool forever a man’s conscience nor your own children or hopefully one day your own when such enlightenment comes to you.

    The courage to change things which are not right in Malaysia nor achieve the ideals of the Founding Fathers is not impossible. Most Malaysians have woken up to the fact that the future is going to be determined by it’s own citizens thru their own conscience guided by their own religious beliefs to live a harmonious and productive life of correctness and not the type of political, racial or religious correctness as preached.

    Parties and their own agendas do not take priority over the Founding Fathers ideals and hopes of all Malaysians. Religion and principles are as a guide to your own conscience to make sure whoever is the leader do not lead Malaysians nor society astray.

    For in the end, what is just and right should surely overule anything else for any leader or their party agendas.

    Does your Representative of the People (Wakil Rakyat) or You! have the courage?

  5. xman says:

    I’m Back…!! I’ve Xrayed Abdullah. He is alright I think he better not spoil his health. Japan PM already step down and he should just do it sooner rahter than later. He get ousted after this than he know. Xman has spoken.

  6. troy says:

    They will not be unstabilty we have police and armed forces to take care of the country. Our leaders are more matured. Crossover do it and if you think you are jumping or migrating be it. the country needs to change for the better. ECONOMY already bad. Need fresh air is good.Give a try nothing to lose.

  7. suresh says:

    It could become reality, if the so called numbers that are expected to “migrate” are strong and firm behind Anwar to make Malaysia better. But the truth is we could never trust most MPs for their past doings.

    I think we must not forget what Dr.M had said recently. He said, UMNO-BN has more money than Anwar to offer to MPs. An ex-PM who held the premiership for 22 years was so explicit in admitting the corruption level in the party that he led once.

    Doesn’t this show the quality of lawmakers in Malaysia?

    All we could hope is, Anwar outsmarts BN to takeover the country, of course without creating inconveniences to people!

  8. Jeremiah says:

    While 913 looms ahead, I hope Msians and her leaders do not lose sight of the main plot, which is not about switching power or parties but about the long-term economic and social future of this country.

    September 16 may pass by with or without the corss-overs. But the facts are staring us in the face: there is no more economic rationale for a race-based economic and political system to exist anymore.

    At GE 8/3/08 and PP 26/8/08, intelligent voters across all races have made their voices loud and clear that they want a drastic change in vision for the nation! Not just a change in leaders or parties that govern the country. With Msia becoming a net oil importer by 2014 and the coming global economic storm, how can an outdated economic model like ours still thrive?

    Read more on my post “The Economic Drive for Political Change” at http://www.jeremiahliang.blogspot.com

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