Thursday, April 9, 2009

A Mighty Nation In The Making: Part II

There have been some post-election analyses commenting about the risky strategy of Msian Chinese voters in Bukit Selambau and Bukit Gantang in supporting PAS and attending PAS ceramahs.

Chinese Malaysians are not naïve with regards to PAS's Islamic state aspirations. We have all along known their long term objectives. But if PAS changes its pro-multiracial colours after helping PR to be the next government, then it would destabilise the government because Malaysian voters can always vote them out.

The common glue that holds the Pakatan together is the anti-corruption, anti-injustice agenda. And what is most tragic about BN/UMNO is their blatant lack of shame in the face of corruption and money politics (albeit Msia is ranked 7th in terms of corruption).

This lack of honour and fair play is totally unacceptable in Asian cultures. The advent of the Internet media and bloggers has opened the eyes of Msians, esp the younger generation regardless of race and religion.

So I conclude that the PR victories in the two states are not a victory for Islamic interests but a victory for all Malaysians.

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