Wednesday, November 14, 2012

True Colours of Nurul Izzah's liberalism parallels Anwar's mindset

True colours

The Federal Constitution is very clear, about the definition of a Malay (Article 160) and the restriction to profess other religions to a Muslim (Article 11, Section 4). 

Nurul, like other Opposition Leaders, takes the opportunity in Opposition-friendly intellectual discourses for an anti-Federal Constitutional position.

 This is part of the ‘Politics of Hatred’ strategy. 

Particularly when they can manipulate issues which are pro-majority and provided clearly in the Federal Constitution as being ‘oppressive’, especially when its used against the minority. 

The Malays are the majority of Malaysians and mainstay of political power. 

To downplay the bond that binds the Malays together, like Islam, position of HRH Rulers and Malay customs, and the identity that defines the Malays, would be the achilles heel to destruct the Malay power made formidable due to the unity. 

The Opposition would not able to grasp power from the mandate of the majority. 

This is because they don’t have a fresh ideas for the development agenda to bring about progress for the majority. 

Their power-base for support had always been from the minority. Obviously, the minority which is apsiring for power do not have the interest of the majority in their agenda. 

In short, they are the minority want to impose their will against the interests and aspirations of the majority.
Nurul: chip of the old block

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Source: MOLE

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