Brave Anwar Ibrahim

In a recent development in the Ijok by-election, the BN propaganda machinery has harped on the ancient issue over the government’s decision to send non-Mandarin speaking senior officers to Chinese primary schools in 1987. BN blamed the the then Ex-deputy premier Anwar Ibrahim, the former education minister (now the advisor for the opposition People's Justice Party) as the main culprit for such policy.

Anwar duly provided explainations, among others that it was the collective government policy during the time but nevertheless expressed regret over the matter.

In this crucial moment of Nation building, nothing is worth more than honesty, integrity, courage to face the truth and willingness to change for the better for the sake of the nation and its people.

Anwar Ibrahim should be highly commended for showing the extaordinary quality of a reformed and conscientious leader. He is a reformed man and can distinguish right from wrong, which is more than what we can say for most of the leaders in BN. Anwar was courageous enough to show regret, unlike Najib and the two BN Chinese-based parties.

Anwar has regretted for what he had done then.
Has Umno, MCA or Gerakan regretted for what they did then?
The main culprit then was Umno, MCA, Gerakan & MIC.
The main culprit now is still Umno, MCA, Gerakan & MIC.

It was the Umno Youth chief then Najib Abdul Razak - the man who is leading the by-election campaign in Ijok now, who had made one of the most extreme statement in the history of our nation, where he wanted to bathe the keris (Malay dagger) with Chinese blood.

Why Ong Kah Teng & Koh Tsu Koon
dare not asks Najib to apologise?
Where is MCA and Gerakan?
Do you think they dare to ask Najib to apologise?

Malaysia needs leaders like Anwar Ibahim.

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