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Thursday, 1 February 2007

Kampung (not so) Bharu, Kuala Lumpur - Part 2

Kampung Bharu

Making an unpopular decision is very hard. Especially when you being booed by your on people which you would like to help. That is the defect of democracy. But necessary action must be taken with a clear conscience. Doesn’t matter either the cat is black or white as long as it catches mouse. That is why a new developing nation such as Malaysia badly needed a good strong leader who thinks for the sake of the “rakyat” and not for his own interest.

Kampung Bharu

The system must be respected because at the end, the system must prevail after the leader is long gone. In the history of nation building great leaders must always take charge with the best explanation. It’s up to the peoples to understand the certain undertaking. But when decision is made, it must be made with righteousness and clear conscience. The bottom line is that it must serve the lower tier before it reach the “feudal lord” (if a leader still insist on the feudal lord or family self). Kampung Bharu needs help!

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