Jun 24, 2008

Let Us Transform.......................

Let us transform Malaysia through Malaysian First, based on democracy, political equality, equal opportunity and social justice that ensure economic prosperity for all.

Let us transform Malaysia into a crime-free nation, especially for women and children. Malaysians should enjoy the four basic rights of security – to live, work, study and play in a safe and secure environment.

Let us transform Malaysia that pursues excellence and values our best and brightest students by rewarding them with university places and scholarships.

Let us transform Malaysia that shares our country’s wealth with workers who can live with dignity with a minimum wage.

Let us transform Malaysia that is environmentally-friendly with sustainable living consonant as one with nature and all beings created by God where orang utans, hornbills, pygmy elephants, tigers and rhinos roam freely with undisturbed abandon.

Let us transform Malaysian sports and football into a team we can take pride in, which is praised rather than pilloried as a top 50 footballing nation instead of the present lowly 150th ranking.

Let us transform Malaysia from what it is now to what it should have been as envisaged by our founding fathers by restoring the Merdeka Constitution. The original Malaysian Merdeka Constitution did not allow for preventive laws such as the ISA that sanctioned detention without trail. Neither were there repressive laws such as the Printing Presses & Publications Act and freedom of the press was sacrosanct. Not only was there independence of the judiciary, there was independence of the Elections Commission where no gerrymandering was permitted and variances in voters between constituencies were limited to only 15%. And there were local government elections then unlike now.

Let us also transform Malaysia into a civil society that is inclusive. We can no longer rely on the traditional government and business sector to fulfill our expectations and needs. To ensure that every ordinary Malaysian is allowed to participate in the democratic and political process some of the elements of civil society must give them free association and expression, open and market-oriented economies. And finally aid to the poor, orphaned, elderly, sick, or disabled....


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