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WE now have Khairy Jamaluddin as the Barisan Nasional (BN)-Umno candidate for Sungai Buloh. Very few will dispute his competency.
Nevertheless, is he the right candidate at this time?
He is a bright light within Umno and no one is surprised he wants to be prime minister one day.
However, despite being an Oxford graduate, he has shown very little leadership within his party.
He is at best a conformist and not a reformer. We will only get what we have received from BN all these years.
Khairy has been conditioned by Umno politics, so for him race and money politics are at best a necessary evil. He is wealthy by all accounts and this should not surprise anyone.
The same can be said for many within BN. Khairy was referred to as the powerful figure, while his father-in-law was the prime minister.
Khairy owes who he has become to his connections. This is the one opportunity for him to speak out and to claim a position for himself.
The shifting sands calls for him to seize the opportunity and chart a new pathway for Barisan Nasional. He has to become a grassroots leader if he is to earn the respect of all Malaysian.
He could be the one who enlivens the vision of Umno founder Onn Ja’afar. He could either convert Umno into a United Malaysian National Organisation fold in Barisan Nasional, as one united party not based on race.
If there are no visionaries within BN, it will not be able to gauge the shifting popular opinion. The fact is that PKR is a multiracial party, as is DAP.,
The other parties in Pakatan Harapan (PH) all subscribe to non-racial politics.
If BN has any long-term future, it will lie in how the coalition reinvents itself.
The days of ethnic politics are over. Everyone knows how corrosive and divisive this has been.
Look at Umno, Perikatan Nasional (PN) and Gerakan Tanah Air (GTA), and their coalition partners. They tell a story of serious Malay fragmentation.
They cannot unite and yet they want to lead a multi-ethnic plural society.
This has discredited BN and many Malaysians have been disappointed by the way our society continues to be racially polarised.
Malaysians do not feel equal and are not respected as equals. PAS will be there as a small and insignificant party that will champion religious issues.
It will never ever be in a position to form a government, similarly several mosquito parties within BN, PN and GTA.
The doyen of BN, Dr Mahathir Mohamad, now leads another racist party. His divide and rule ethic has spread universal fragmentation.
I hope that this time round he also loses in Langkawi. We trusted him a second time and he betrayed us.
We may have misgivings about our representatives but vote for parties that champion multi-ethnic representation and respects diversity.
We live at a time when Rishi Sunak is the Prime Minister of the UK, Kamala Harris the Vice President of USA, Penny Wong is the Foreign Minister of Australia and Halimah Yacob the President of Singapore.,
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