Friday, October 17, 2008

A BN Club only now?

A proposal made recently by the BN Chairman Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in the Gerakan's annual delegates conference that a BN Club will be formed to cater interested individuals who did not want to join any BN component parties, to join the BN as a direct member.

With this proposal made by Pak Lah, it clearly reflects that these BN component parties are not able to effectively attract these individuals into their fold and had in fact demonstrated the mere weakness of each of the BN component parties and their political ideologies.

BN component parties of today consist of both racial based and multi-racial based parties and to make these parties to come together to work out collectively in a Malaysian concept would be diffiicult as racial based parties will continue to ensure their positions and interest are untouch.

So will the multi-racial based parties like the Gerakan, PPP and so on, be able to play their role effectively to promote their multi-racialism with component parties which practices racialism? Can Gerakan or PPP convince racial based Umno, MIC, and MCA to dissolve or merge to become one entity and every race will enjoy a pure equality within the framework which we call Malaysian Malaysia?

Can Gerakan and PPP (especially) answer this please? What is their level of confidence in achieving the Malaysian First concept in future? Can BN really Malaysianise all our Malaysians by offerring direct memberships?

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