Thursday, September 18, 2008

People's Interest First?

I read numerous interesting articles since the comeback of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (DSAI), a former prime minister who is eager to poise his lead in opposition coalition to victory. Let us recall a year ago, when his comeback was taken as nonentity and was in ruins which was due to 1998 sodomy charge.

Now, everyone is talking about his comeback seriously when he claimed to be on track to attract enough crossover politicians from the BN to become prime minister. In his remarks, he is firmed to take confirmatory action program that should focus on the poor, regardless of race. He says that he would free the judiciary and the media from what he calls government interference and would guarantee religious freedom and civil liberties.

“It is not very difficult to be a better government, to control corruption, to be more just. That is quite easy. The more challenging task is to change the course of the economy” he said in a recent interview.

I could not hold myself back and feel extremely uneasy seeing the political instabilities here in Malaysia which subsequently provokes economic instabilities. The resulting tussle for power could lead to continuous political instability and even turmoil. At this time, Malaysia and other countries would be facing economic woes and turning worse, which, political instabilities can only increase the PEOPLE’S SUFFERING..

These area some quotes I have taken:

“Some analysts in Malaysia foresee not reform but instability. The political outlook has rattled investor confidence, deteriorating Malaysia’s currency and stock markets” – The Washington Post

“Malaysia stocks are likely to edge lower, amid a lack of corporate news and growing political uncertainty ahead of the deadline set by opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to topple the government”-Forbes

“As a result of his actions, certain fund managers have made reports that Malaysia is not a good investment destination because of political uncertainties-Datuk Seri Ahmad Badawi”-The Borneo Post

I believed all of us are not hoping that any dateline 916 or 920 would harm our economic growth and stabilities. Malaysia has been always stable and progressive for all communities. Politicians should play their roles in strategically and effectively tackle various challenges including impacts of oil price uncertainties on people such as rising inflation, higher cost of living affecting most lower and medium income groups and security condition that pressuring people’s daily life.

I hope various parties including politicians would reduce their conflicts and put the people’s interest as their top priority. Multiracial Malaysian people have work hard together to build our country what it is today.

Be VERY thankful for it!!

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Wednesday, September 17, 2008


Check this out...forwarded by a friend not long ago..

Look at this..A pretty lady?

Take a deep look.. her eyes, nose and mouth..perfecto!


It's 3 birds! Cheers! The real voyage of discovery consists not in making new landscapes but in having new eyes..

Friday, September 12, 2008

Salam berkenalan...

Salam sejahtera kepada pengunjung blog saya pada julung-julung kalinya..terima kasih dan selamat berkenalan.. my first word, if we set our hearts and minds, we can do it! to be continue....