Malaysian hope for the next leader

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Malaysia is a federal constitutional monarchy in Southeast Asia. It consists of thirteen states and three federal territories and has a total landmass of 329,847 square kilometres (127,350 sq mi) separated by the South China Sea into two similarly sized regions, Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo. The capital city is Kuala Lumpur, while Putrajaya is the seat of the federal government. In 2010 the population exceeded 27.5 million, with over 20 million living on the Peninsula.

Malaysia has its origins in the Malay Kingdoms present in the area which, from the 18th century, became subject to the British Empire. The first British territories were known as the Straits Settlements, whose establishment was followed by the Malay kingdoms becoming British protectorates. The territories on Peninsular Malaysia were first unified as the Malayan Union in 1946. Malaya was restructured as the Federation of Malaya in 1948, and achieved independence on 31 August 1957.

After independence clause on 1957, this question always been appeared in our people mind… Did We Really Have Independence? ‘Don’t just look to all modern building structure, ivory towers…but look deepest in every angle of it’… Our Constitution, Democracy, People’s Rights..?? What happen after independence…..

This nation needs to be rid of the racist, divide and rule politics of BN. UMNO will not change, and the other component parties have shown themselves to be helplessly subservient to UMNO. Anwar and his party leaders, together with the leaders of DAP, have been taking policy positions or making policy statements that, by far and large, seem to be in line with the aspirations of the people. We had actually wanted to say all the Pakatan leaders but, truly, PAS has been giving us some serious concerns of late.


Anwar Ibrahim

As a nation, we owe Anwar and his family an apology, for all that he and his family have been through these last 12 years.

In every places, Anwar been for speech, we always heard this words from him ‘Anak Melayu, anak kita, anak Cina anak kita, anak India, pun anak kita. Mengapa harus kita bezakan? Negara ini milik rakyat, mengapa ini dinafikan..!

Anwar had articulated that which I have felt for such a long, long time and which, without more, sums up the spirit of anak Bangsa Malaysia that I hope one day will be definitive of us as a people of this nation.

It is this last matter that I have mentioned, irrational as it may seem to many, that has most moved all Malaysian to ‘take a chance’. We must stand together to our beloved country..!

As a Malaysian, we all been delight with the new guidebook from Pakatan so called ‘Buku Jingga’. Anwar have made us many pledges and promises.

We all people need a new Malaysian awareness, we need unity of all races, we need a new vibrant economy, we need to reform the judiciary and bring back confidence in a more professional police force, we need a free education that can reduce our burden to all young future generation. Keep your promises to us.

Where we can recover the nation’s wealth that has been stolen,we must. Anwar must not do favours for anyone from the past by interfering with our law enforcement authorities. Restore what is rightfully due to the rakyat.

Get rid off the phrase ‘Ketuanan Rakyat’.. End race politics..!

Do this, and be assured of the strongest support from the majority of anak-anak Bangsa Malaysia who, by far and large, are decent people.

We took your indorsement seriously and for that reason went all out to work to get the votes for the Pakatan Coalition parties at the upcoming General Election. We will hold Anwar to that indorsement.

The rakyat today are not like that of 16 years ago. We understand national issues better, we are better informed, and we have a greater sense of commitment to the ideals of justice and equality.

And we have a newly found self-belief to pursue these ideals and to pursue change.

As a Malaysian, we fully obey to the law & truly understand, we also remember that we are no longer afraid.

We fully understand today that governance of this nation was intended to be in the hands of the people, and that when Anwar and his party leaders offer to govern, it is with a view to serve us.

Therefore, understand and remember that it is we, (the rakyat) who govern through those who have taken oath to serve us. It is only by abiding by that oath that you might honourably be called a leader of men.


By God’s Grace, Anwar will soon be returned to place he belong. For sure, that’s will be Putrajaya.. In the next upcoming 13th General Election, rakyat will decide new form of government will take lead after 56 years BN rule. Anwar Ibrahim is a next Prime Minister to all Malaysian. And we will be WAITING……..

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