Thursday, February 19, 2009

Pariahs are made, not sired : another case of Pariah Politics

Let us not care who does it, BN or PR. Any party who does not put aside shallow political fights for power and focus on the nation, ie, at this point of time focussing on the Economy, we consider that they are practising pariah (low class) politics. We must not agree with their behavior.

Pariahs are not born, they are made.
But remember as Gandhi said, " Hate the sin, not the sinner."

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Anonymous said...

The facts are Malaysia the most fortunate country’s after independent. I am proud to have a leader who fall a category 3 building up a Nation. It’s happen that I hosted an African man to come and pay a visit to Malaysia on his vacation. This man had his brother’s in New York and United Kingdom settled down with wife and children of course. Had his vacation either of this place every year for the past 10 years. To my surprise Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam, Selangor after a brief two week stay became his preferred second country after retirement. He told his brothers and colleague[+me] that Malaysia outclasses both NY and UK, no longer his place of vacation. I recall Ex. president Clinton visit end of last year that it’s ok having healthy political disagreement. My impression on Tun Mahathir had build Malaysia a Nation on top of other great nations. His predecessor Datuk Sri Abdullah had turn Malaysia a fire proof economy where the rest of the world tumbling like a rock going down hill. Had only the FED gov. mega project ongoing during this economic crisis the story will be different indeed. Thanks to our great leaders nothing more nothing less.

Paul Seah said...

Anas, I sokong you 100%! It's really dissapointing to note that instead of finding proactive solutions to "rice-bowl" matters, our leaders are playing police-n-thieves...when will they ever learn, when will they ever learn...

Father Sez said...

I am very concerned that the guys supposed to be planning and executing policies to steer us out of this economic storm seem so nonchalant.

Maybe this has been because M'sia has always been blessed with something going very right...commodity prices good during Asian Financial Crisis, or the rest of the world ok, whilst we had a problem etc.

Now it looks like these guys are completely out of their league. Sure they'll be okay, but the rest of us.

Someone told me that a country is always okay when it has good employment rates. Perhaps now with the rural economy suffering, the urban economy suffering, our politicians will be taught a long overdue lesson.

I just hope they don't bring us down to the level of Philippines or worse.