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Wednesday, 24 September 2008

Claim, Evidence & Analysis

Claim #1 - Anwar is never a threat to the economy of Malaysia and was never a security threat to the country.

Evidence #1 - In the answer to the question: "Abdullah claims that Anwar is the cause of the worsen economic climate. What is your opinion Mr. Johari?"

Analysis #1 - The economic climate is so bad until the PM take action by switching portfolios with his deputy. From Finance Minister to Minister of Defense. How irresponsible can that be??? After presenting the budget in Parliament, the budget was not even debated yet when he switched portfolios. Kenapa PM? Takut? Bagi Najib tanggung dan kena hentam media? You and your 'peralihan kuasa' plan konon. You know the economy is getting worse by the day because of potential stagflation. If you can't handle it, I suggest new leadership is needed. The FDIs are withdrawn because of you, PM. So, think hard about this and be sensible like Fukuda, former premier minister of Japan. When he knows he couldn't solve the problems at hand, he resigns with his honour and integrity intact. Be sensible and do the same.

Claim #2 - ISA is a kuno law. It's very unethical and immoral and also a barrier to democracy. It should be abolished immediately.

Evidence #2 - RPK is sent to Kamunting for 2-year imprisonment under the ISA. Not to mention the Hindraf leaders and the other innocent people locked up without trial. To HELL with racism! They are human beings too. And most importantly, they are Malaysians.

Analysis #2 - As Dr. Martin Luther King describes in his 'Letter from Birmingham Jail: "A just law is a man made code that squares with the moral law or the law of God. An unjust law is a code that is out of harmony with the moral law. To put it in the terms of St. Thomas Aquinas: An unjust law is a human law that is not rooted in eternal law and natural law. Any law that uplifts human personality is just. Any law that degrades human personality is unjust." ISA is an unjust law that degrades human personality. I must say that if one respects the just law, they must break the laws that are unjust and must do so openly in respect of the law. Too long has democracy being denied to the people of Malaysia. People voted for change, so let's work towards the change.

(To be continued next time...)

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