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    Malaysians4change Road Map Part 1 - Introduction.

    MALAYSIANS4CHANGE ROAD MAP

    For the people to be the Boss, they must understand how to run election campaigns and if necessary, put up candidates to contest. These are the objectives of the Malaysians4Change Road Map – to educate and empower the people to help PR win General Elections so that we can start rebuilding. The alternative is a slide towards a failed state.

    By pywong, 10 Oct 2010

    Part 1: INTRODUCTION

    For too long, we have placed our hopes on politicians to lead us, to take care of us and to solve our problems. More often than not, politicians do not lead us, do not take care of us and do not solve our problems. In fact, they ARE the cause of many of our problems.

    UMNO/BN has been cheating the people of Malaya since Merdeka in 1957 and cheating Sabah and Sarawak since 1963. Instead of taking care of the people and managing the nation properly, they have been robbing us blind. And they make sure they remain in power by cheating during elections. They divide the people by playing up on race and religion. They use fear and psychological warfare to oppress the people.

    That has happened for the past 53 years and is still continuing. Obviously, for the people, the old way of doing things doesn’t work. Pakatan Rakyat (PR) is not strong enough to take on UMNO/BN alone.

    So, what do we do?

    We have to help PR win the General Elections. This requires active participation by the people. For that to happen they need education, empowerment and action. These are the core principles of the Malaysians4Change Road Map – to educate and empower the people to help PR win General Elections so that we can start rebuilding. The alternative is a slide towards a failed state.

    The Road Map is shown below. You can choose which area you wish to take part in and help effect change. Focus on the Activity Boxes in orange. Each Activity Box will be described separately in future articles. Many activities are running in parallel with many civil society groups working independently of each other.



    Also shown in Malaysia-Chronicle....

    See Part 2 here.
    py

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    Discussion on TindakMalaysia video

    Hi everyone,

    The video produced by TindakMalaysia is seriously challenging the thinking of many Malaysians.

    I've posted it on the New Mandala website for discussions also with people from other parts of Southeast Asia facing similar trouble like Malaysia.

    http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/newman...ll-malaysians/

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    Or is our Road Map headed for a Failed State?

    Based on 12 criteria for a failed state, we are close to achieving the first six:

    1. Uneven development along group lines,
    2. Criminalization &/or delegitimisation of the State,
    3. Progressive deterioration of public services,
    4. Widespread violation of human rights,
    5. Security apparatus as “state within a state”,
    6. Rise of factionalised elites

    7. Demographic pressures,
    8. Massive amount of refugees,
    9. Legacy of vengeance-seeking groups over past grievances,
    10. Chronic & sustained human flight,
    11. Sharp & severe economic decline,
    12. Intervention of other states or external factors.
    py

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