15 September 2008

MAKE WAY FOR THE SAKE OF NATIONAL SECURITY…A DIRE PLEA TO PM ABDULLAH AHMAD BADAWI

By The Guardian

Sir:

Five years into your administration of the nation has in its effect corroded the very foundation that our founding fathers have aspired for and built over the past 50 years or so.

What appears to be your single-minded but somewhat hasty attempt at national re-engineering post-Mahathir by introducing unbridled and alien neo-liberal policies has eaten into the very national foundation that UMNO and the Royal Malaysia Police, its two most enduring sentinels, have been jealously defending.

As a result, whatever semblance of decisive national authority, as a legacy of your predecessors, is diminishing within a relatively short span of your stewardship of the nation. Such is especially true in regard to the real and present menace facing the nation’s overall security.

Ominous evidences of your misguided and wayward policies on National Security are manifold, first and foremost being what was popularly perceived to be your pathetic and vain-glorious attempts at introducing openness in your administration.Such shoddy attempts at socio-political re-engineering have backfired on the administration by creating potentially divisive centrifugal effects on the inherently delicate balance of the nation’s plural Asian society.

Your themes of openness and outright democratization of the nation, had in actual fact empowered and mobilized myriad evil forces of racial and religious extremisms. This is so much so that certain elements within your Federal Cabinet are foolishly carrying out their own little suicidal campaigns against the preventive Internal Security Act (ISA).

In such particular case, what took certain segments of the opposition and other forces of anti-establishment decades to achieve is being achieved by your favorite mandarins within a matter of days of the present Muslim fasting month of Ramadhan.

If not for crusading initiatives by some of your ministers, the national security machinery itself, as well as the grassroots within UMNO – by boldly exercising their fundamental prerogatives – things could have been much worse than they are at present.

This plea is exclusively made with the question of National Security and Stability in mind, especially in view of the current worrisome developments affecting ethnic and religious harmony amongst segments of the nation’s plural society.

Sir,

If you continue to allow your leadership to pose as a detriment to internal security, public order and overall stability and security of the nation, then be prepared to accept the fact that you have irretrievably lost the qualification and credibility to lead our beloved nation.

5 ulasan:

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Muhammad Asad aka Leopold Weiss

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