Thursday, November 16, 2006

WHY SHOULD UMNO LEADERS INCITE?

With the current UMNO General Assembly in session, it seems that statements like malay rights, New Economic Policy, bumiputra privileges, May 13 1969 riots and so forth are voiced by the leaders and also by the delegates which incites fear on the other races in Malaysia to shut-up or face a detriment. This unhealthy attitude of these leaders should be stopped as it will lead to a grave indifference between the communities and will deter the successful implementation of our national integration policy.

Just because UMNO seems to be facing a major internal crisis, to camourflage the current situation, UMNO seems to be playing with the sentiments of the malay community. Rather than trying to settle their problems by themselves, they seem to be trying to get the malays to unite under UMNO, so that they could show the other fraction that they need to cool-off any plans to sabotage and undermine the present leadership. Offers of grants amounting to RM 3 Millions had be announced by the UMNO President and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to each division heads to carry out small projects to assist their community. Although this plan is welcomed but the manner this implementation is carried out is worrisome, since these are public funds and it needs accountability and transparency which is lacking.

Just creating incitement or creating fear of another racial riots is really uncall for. The Malaysian society have always be tolerant and had always expected the government to treat every citizen with fairness and respect. Just because the rakyat had questioned the equity methodological basis that the government had arrived, should not be preceived as a retaliation since some study conducted reveals otherwise. The rakyat wants the government to be responsible to every citizen and not to twist with figures just to favour a certain group to keep enjoying the privileges.

During the last general election the government had promised to wipe out corruption, cronyism and nepotism but from the feedback received it seems to be on the rise. The government should take heel of public opinions and redress these issues.

UMNO leaders and delegates should stop criticising the non-umno rakyat and concentrate on unifying their membership. They should find ways so that these leaders could come to a common stand, which will help progress the country. Just trying to create fear is not the answer to any problems.

What will happen next?

4 comments:

observer said...

Kamal,
Now on earth is lack of moderate, undestanding Malay Malaysian like you, which you are think in depth the alarming situation in Malaysia. Umno is not ops for the beauty of diversity but select to devide and distance themself from the fellow non-bumi Malaysian. I hate the word bumi and non-bumi, it separate us from the name of Malaysian. When I was travel to China, I met my fellow Malay brother and sister also travel to Hangzhou. When I start introduce as Malaysian, we started talking in Malay and English, that situation is so touching. Then I showed her way to lead to attractive tourism place, she said thankful to met Malaysian in China..... I join auto owners club, we fellow talking about car stuffs, where to get the spareparts with best price, when to have TT (Teh Tarik) session.....

Wizzerd said...

I was studying in the UK before.When I was there, I can say that I am very proud to be a Malaysian, even though I am of Chinese descent. Never once, I would identify myself as some other nationality. The development nowadays ( esp the words uttered in the UMNO GA) saddens me as the politicians are looking for scapegoats for their failures and greed and lust for power.

monsterball said...

Umno ministers have a track record to continously do nothing for the country but play dirty politics created by them and after awhile,all settled!! That's how they waste their time. If not that, they will find ways and means how to win votes for the party and if they work hard....watch out........something beneficial for themselves and their cronies.
Voters had high hopes when Pak Lah came and given the highest majority votes in the history of UMNO 3 years ago.Voters yearn for "Mr.Clean" to change things and keep his election promises; especially to bring corrupted people to court.Above all.....unite all people aas Malaysians nd not by race and be sincerely liberal in religions matters.
Voters know all the arragonces, bad attitudes, cunningness etc etc were brought forward by 22 Years of TDM mismanagements and massive corruptions.TDM is master of "divide to rule" dirty politics.
It seems same style still going on.
Race and religion dirty politics; all created by Umno and their colition parties.....plus PAS........NO ONE ELSE.
Will they change........not really.. as they feel this is the formula to win elections over and over again and know alot of voters are selfish to vote for personal benefits than for the whole nation.
I HOPE I AM WRONG.

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