Sunday, December 7, 2008

Call to unite

I would like to call all leaders whether in UMNO, PAS or Keadilan to unite in the struggle to regain control of this beloved country. It is sad to see that the malay leaders or the muslim leaders seem to keep their silence when there are so many attacks have been muscled towards the right of Malay and Islam which are occuring times and times again either in the written media or cyber media. I also wonder why a few malay leaders like to apologize to other races when they questioned about malay rights. All Malay leaders should take a stand, a firm one, when Malay rights have been questioned. Don't let differences in terms of political ideologies clouding their judgements. In time of needs, put aside the differences, stand on a common ground, unite and fight!
The future of Malay Nation depends on the Malay and moslem. These should be our common ground, Malay and Islam.

4 comments:

Tungaklangit said...

salam sdr godisuno

syabas and keep writing

salam

Tungaklangit said...

SALAM

SEMPENA MENYAMBUT BULAN RAMADHAN INI SAYA INGIN MENGAMBIL KESEMPATAN UNTUK MEMOHON MAAF ATAS KEKASARAN BAHASA SEMASA MEMBERI ULASAN KEPADA SAUDARA-SAUDARA SEKALIAN

SEMOGA RAMADHAN INI DAPAT MENYATUKAN HATI UMAT ISLAM DI MALAYSIA INI...

SALAM SEJAHTERA

PUTERI said...

Salam Godisuno,'

Thanks for dropping a few words in my blog. I agreed with your opinion. Many peoples have been a democracy victims. As a muslim we have to follow strictly what Allah has guided us, democracy is just an ideology, and adopt democracy in our politic mean that we are against Allah guidance.

Kenn said...

A long overdue noble call indeed.

The thing is quite simple as I see it. You disturb the bigger part of a system, the whole system will be unstable and soon the system itself will go down to the drain briging you down as well.

So it is very very very important to understand that the Malays and Bumiputeras are the larger component of the system called Malaysia. Why do you want to "disturb" this larger component?

Become Malaysians, and stop being and clinging tight to minority identities which are foreign to Malaysia.