All Universities in Malaysia should award a PhD degree to Najib Tun Razak for his outstanding performance in presenting his thesis/dissertation on the Malaysian economy by acknowledging that the Chinese business community, can transform to be another pillar of national growth and development via his speech live at the Chinese Economic Congress.
Prime Minister Najib thesis or dissertation is simply just a presentation and like any other presentations will be folded and kept away in one of the library after the end of the Chinese Economic Congress, never to be heard off again.
How in the world can he still come out with such a thesis when all his predecessors had already presented the same, many times over. He has no intention to see that his thesis will materialized and put into practiced. He knew very well that many will not believe in his thesis and the malay NGOs in the like of Perkasa will shot it down immediately.
Because of his lust for power, money and the falling support from the Chinese voters he has to present a nice thesis (in front of the Chinese community) even though it may be a false presentation knowing very well he can rescind his thesis as and when required. Remember one minister who had criticised the Internal Security Act (ISA) in his thesis for a PhD, but changed his stance when he rejoined UMNO and was appointed a cabinet minister in-charge of law and re-defended the ISA as against his thesis.
His thesis will pass with flying colors to earn him another PhD degree but it can never work when applied as a working system in his ruling government. Why? let me explain why.
Our staple food is rice and how do you get a cooked rice on your dinner table. First, you must have the raw rice, washed it, add some water together inside a cooker and turn on the electric/fire to cook it. You need the raw rice, water, cooker and electricity/fire in order for you to have the rice cooked.
What Najib is saying is that we can all have the cooked rice even if there is no raw rice, water, cooker or electricity. I guess that could only happened if he is a magician.
He wanted the Chinese community to trust him as their leader with their concerns at heart, this must be his biggest joke, at this point of time when everyone can only see through that he is an illusionist playing alone with his magic wane.
He urged Chinese private sector companies to spearhead the economic reforms, take up the reins and take up a more leadership role through economic innovation in genuine partnership with other communities and continues to be the backbone of the Malaysian economy through its small and medium enterprises (SMEs) but did not tell them how they can take up his challenged.
The Chinese community have been hit left and right by the DPM, malay leaders, umnoputras, utusan, perkasa, malay NGOs claiming that we are ungrateful, extremists, pendatang and are only allowed to stay in this country at their pleasure. We are reminded several times to leave this country if we are not happy with their ketuanan melayu and the NEP mental siege.
Should Najib not stop all these racist remarks, racism practices by his own malay elites and umno controlled media first, before embarking on his call for the Chinese community's cooperation? How can Najib provide the cooked rice when the raw rice are being stolen, water are wasted to fill up dams that are not needed, cooker used as war drum and electricity/fire to burn down bridges of peace and harmony.
Najib wanted the business community to move away from the “Ali-Baba” mode of partnership, the economic pie... needs to continue to grow but must be shared in a way that is fair and just while stressing that helping one community must not be seen as [being] at the expense of the other community. It requires a major mindset change in many of us.
This statement is address to the wrong crowd, don't you think so, should it not be addressed to his umnoputras, perkasa, malay NGOs and those who still believe on handouts in order to survive?
And lastly Najib's proclamation, "This is a government of the people and by the people".
Can anyone believe it? Najib who coined the 1Malaysia slogan would not dare to declare openly that he is Malaysian First.
He is standing at a distance "smiling" when his pdrm "slaughter" (figure of speech) the innocent people holding candlelight vigils, arresting peaceful demonstrators, people dies with no apparent reasons while under detention, mysterious deaths (or murdered), suppress the people from wanting to speak the truth.
The judiciary and MACC are not far behind eagerly helping the Najib administration to rid of the strong opposition leaders and those who are vocal against the administration.
By allowing one particular race to helm over others using threats and non written constitution is acceptable.
There is no end to the list of injustice from Najib's so call "government of the people and by the people".
My Challenge To The Prime Minister : REPEAT What You Said At The Chinese Economic Congress In Your Up Coming Merdeka Speech.
Let us take a look at some critical points in Najib thesis which he presented at the Chinese Economic Congress.
Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak made several appeals today for the Chinese community to trust him as their leader with their concerns at heart.
Like my predecessors, I recognise that I am a leader for all Malaysians. Your concerns are my concerns - not the other way around.
He urged Chinese private sector companies to spearhead the economic reforms and transform it to be another pillar of national growth and development.
Here the Malaysian-Chinese community must once again take up the reins and take up a more leadership role through economic innovation in genuine partnership with other communities.
The community continues to be the backbone of the Malaysian economy through its small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
Najib said the private sector played a vital role in driving the innovation, creativity and investment needed to boost Malaysia’s global competitiveness, as the government alone could not make all the necessary changes.
We all have roles to play. We also need the private sector to transform its thinking and reassess its own entrenched beliefs.
To achieve our national goals, the public and private sectors must work together and utilise the talents of all our diverse communities.
The business community had to move away from the “Ali-Baba” mode of partnership if Malaysia wished to achieve a truly equitable distribution of wealth.
The proverbial economic pie... needs to continue to grow but must be shared in a way that is fair and just.
Helping one community must not be seen as [being] at the expense of the other community. It requires a major mindset change in many of us.
This is a government of the people and by the people.