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Sunday, December 2, 2007

The Malaysian Leaders Mentality

It is disheartening to note that our leaders are not behaving like matured men. Being a leader of a multiracial and religious country is never easy but on the same note should continue to listen to the complaints and grouses of the people. There is no short cut to hard work and that means if you have to work the ground.

As such when our leaders uttered words of despair such as the use of ISA and revoking of citizenship (by Ali Gostan), it does not reflect good on the present administration. I feel that the current leaders should go one step further to probe and probably meet the leaders in Hindraf. Anyway that is what they want.... so hear from them and note their request. There must be a meeting of the mind, instead of cutting the line of communication.

Pak Lah, should continue to hear them and not hearing from only one source i.e. MIC. It is quite certain that members and the leadership of Hindraf refusing to even establishing a communication line with MIC. They felt that they have been cheated by MIC one way or another. Thus it is time for the PM personally to go down to the ground and to work harder and listen to their demand. As I believe there are always ways to deal with it without the need to pressed the alarm.


Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam©The Star (Used by permission)

MALACCA: Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam has rebuked Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) leaders for their “outrageous actions” and urged the Government to revoke their citizenship.

He said Hindraf’s claim that the country was involved in ethnic cleansing was slanderous and very serious.

“There is no such thing. They should be in jail for saying that,” he said at the launch of the Federation of Malay Economic Bodies (Gabem) southern region and Federal Territory here yesterday.

Mohd Ali said he would fully support it if the Internal Security Act was used against those who organised the illegal Hindraf gathering.

“They are going to send their memorandum to India, Britain and even the United Nations. These people are betraying their own country,” he added.

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