Friday, November 17, 2006

UMNO GENERAL ASSEMBLY ENDS TODAY - WHAT WAS ACHIEVED?

The UMNO General Assembly will end today and the 'pesta' for the past few days too will come to an abrupt end. Various traders outside the conference hall seem to be having a roaring business with a few free give-aways too.

UMNO General Assembly as far as I see had not achieved anything. It has only created a rift between the other component parties which seem to be brewing. Talks of malay rights, continuing NEP policy, and asking other leaders to shut-up, showing the 'keris' were remarks voiced, rather than talking on useful policies for the nation and how to strengthen the existing racial unity among the various races in our country.

UMNO leaders and delegates fail to address the key issues such as economic, corruption, cronyism, nepotism and so forth. Since each divisional leaders was granted RM 3 Million, they feel that the government had done something great, but fail to realise that it was meant to shut their gabs.

The current rift between the former leader was not addressed and his accusation were never debated. There is a likelyhood that this rift is going to see the collapse of UMNO and will there be another assembly next time is an important question, outsiders seem to ponder. There are issues that affect UMNO as a whole but the delegates had decided to ignore for fear of their selfish attitude.

It was also noted that the free copies of Khairy's Chronicle was distributed to everyone at the assembly hall. Although Khairy clearly describes the articles in the publication as a 'fairy tale', only time will tell.

Another year has past with nothing achieved. This is UMNO style of politics which Malaysia seem to be heading.

3 comments:

long jaafar said...

Somehow, I get the feeling that the top echelons of the party were only going through the motion, to let those from the bottom to let off some steam.
After all, their trip, accomodation, food and pocket money are all paid for by some unfortunate businessman (not necessarily UMNO member and not necessarily malay)who would have got govt contracts recently.
After the convention is over, everyone will go back to their own constituencies, and be quiet until the next year.
Those who are lucky enough to be ministers, deputies, parliamentary secretaries, etc from Monday, will be back at work, at finding ways and means to ensure that their life after retirement will be as comfortable as this. They will not want to go back to the days when they too were delegates, shouting their heads off to be heard and noticed by the leadership.Looking back, they would feel a little silly, for saying all those stupid things, but hey! it worked, and here they are in this posh room with so many staff doing god knows what for them.
They would want to remain there as long as possible. First they need to be nominated again to stand for election. Then, after winning (not without lots help from other BN partners whom their people down there are chastising), they need to be good with the topmost leadership to get a govt post (even chairman of a statutory body would do), and then they can reap the rewards which they think is due to them because they had fought for 'bangsa, ugama dan negara'.
LJ

monsterball said...

Over and over again for years this is the trend of UMNO. Why are we surprised?

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