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Whose fault, Malaysia?

A serious reflection on the real meaning of change in our country

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There have been many complaints about the “unity government” not doing this or not doing that.

Prof Tajuddin Rasdi says we in Malaysia need to reflect seriously on these five questions:

  • Who voted for Barisan Nasional in the 1999 and 2004 general election?
  • Who stayed away from the 2022 general election and the recent Sungai Bakap by-election?
  • Who does not understand the problems of a coalition government?
  • Who does not understand patience and wisdom in managing families, community and career places of work?
  • Who did not grow up understanding other faiths, history and cultures?

We must reflect on all these things before we complain and expect change from others. Real change is only when we grow up and change our own selves.

Produced by: Prof Tajuddin

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9 Jul 2024 9.32pm

Prof Tajuddin Rasdi .. you are absolutely right, we have to grow up and change ourselves , otherwise nothing can be changed .. I have high respect for you Prof . Tajuddin . God bless you n family

Gursharan Singh
Gursharan Singh
9 Jul 2024 8.56pm

Mismanagement of taxpayers funds continue regardless of who is in political power or civil service elites and Authorities though all promise to improve management of public funds and their failures may be evidenced by the Findings of the Auditor General since mid1970s.
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