The Malaysian people are already the winners – even if electoral victory for their preferred political party is usurped through a flawed electoral system or fraud, says M M Pereira.
Perpaduan nasional adalah sebuah proses, dimana nilai-nilai yang utuh dan cita-cita yang universal dijadikan asas identiti Malaysia yang kita semua boleh banggakan, ujar Nor Arlene Tan.
To help build peace and unity, we have to come together to talk honestly without antagonism, to forgive and heal the rifts that have frequently driven us apart in animosity and enmity, says Jasmine Tea.
Only when the racist monster within us is destroyed will we be free to live in peace, justice and happiness in a truly united nation, writes Malaysian Legacy.
K Harisas is convinced that the BN cannot deliver on the challenge to create a united Malaysian nation. The BN, he says, has not evolved as a party that can transcend ‘race’.
Such an approach in the country’s education blueprint is essential to achieve development that is peaceful and sustainable, asserts Ronald Benjamin.
Has Populist Democracy made cowards of us all when it comes to speaking about what ails our education system, wonders Farish Noor.
Today our unity is threatened. And if concerned voices, responsible leaders and caring Malaysians do not rise up and speak up, we will become a fragmented nation, warns P Ramakrishnan.
Our political leaders dare not condemn a vocal minority who threaten our unity. And if concerned voices and responsible leaders and caring Malaysians do not rise up and speak up, we will be a fragmented nation, observes P Ramakrishnan.
Perhaps, in these troubled times, it is time for us to recall the Tunku’s legacy. After 52 years of nationhood, let us demand greater accountability, integrity and compassion, says V Chakaravarthy.