The Umno of BN, based on demographics and history, is seen as being dominant. The opposition coalition has none dominance. So it’s a mob kept in line by no head; or worse still, torn apart and convulsed by all heads when everybody wants to be the head, each vying to outdo the other.
The not-too-many Indians are led by far-too-many Indian leaders made worse by the emergence of hindraf, which though outlawed is let to run free causing further damages to the already torn and tattered Indians. So the Indians are by definition a mob too being headed by everybody … resulting in all leaders ending with no significant followers.
The Chinese are so misleading, different. Being broken up into different ideologies, does not stop them from being solidly united in all matters of their ethnic issues. Seen as energetically molding its own destiny, it is as if that God plays no part in their lives.
The Malays? Being all Muslims does not make them into one. They relish in being seen and acting painfully fractured. How do this species of Muslims look at its One and Only God? To them everything is made almost as entertaining as a reality show … nothing seems to be serious … seemingly all too keen to leave matters into Somebody’s hands.
Can these not-too-agreeable a mixture of mismatched raw materials be amalgamated into 1Malaysia? It seems that no choice is offered. If so, how and where to begin? We are already half a century too late.
Is the BN or PR the only way? What about the One-School-For-All as the supporting and complementing instruments? Will wealth and history fuse us all into one?
Most of us are hardly qualified to use wealth and history to influence others. But most of us are parents, would be parents or at least babies belonging to some parents sometimes past. We parents can influence the future of our children.
All Malaysian babies need to know and understand each other right from the start of their schooling age. All Malaysian parents agree to that; that Malaysian schooling children need go to 1School.
Schooling children do not need selfish parents like blogger Malaysian Heart, who talks about what he needs, never about what our children need. Malaysia’s future is about Malaysian Children. Blogger Malaysian Heart talks about power and who wields that power. He rants about Malaysia should be like Singapore and USA.
We parents hope with all our hearts that all Malaysian Hearts out there would talk and work about and for Malaysian children as Malaysian children with Malaysian image and identity; and Negara Malaysia should be like Negara Malaysia molded by Malaysians with roots deep in fertile Malaysian soils and branches high in proud Malaysian skies.
Malaysian pride and sense of patriotism rightfully dictates that its dear born children to place Malaysia first with regard to any other square inch of soil on the face of this blessed earth. That is not too much to ask for … by any measure of any motherland.