He said they also needed a government with a strong background, understanding and sympathy for the needs of the ummah to be able to devote attention to efforts to bring prosperity to them.
For Malaysia, in the 51 years since independence, the socioeconomic achievements among a segment of Muslims had risen and, in fact, the number of Muslims getting higher education opportunities had increased by leaps and bounds, swelling the ranks of Muslim professionals and technocrats in the country.
Why is that so? Why is he emphasizing on the need for a "strong & stable" government?
Will a wobbling coalition delivers the above? Instead can a coalition of clueless dinosaurs currently hanging to whatever shred of dignity and respect they have left, deliver as what was preached by the Regent?
Do you have the answer? Or are we now stuck between the devil and the deep blue sea? Do we run when chicken little says the sky is falling and end up as supper to Foxy Loxy or should we soldier on and ensure what Raja Nazrin has said did not fall on deaf ears?
Should we change horses in midstream? Folks in KT, should they?
Too many questions, no real solution?
I know it's kind of trendy nowadays to identify yourself as anti-establishment. This will make the solution finding process easier. Just be that voice of dissent. But don't just do so without having any proper regards to something that is obvious. Wobbling coalition gelled together only by common hatred will not last long. And so will the dinosaurs from the other coalition. One of these days, they too will become extinct and hopefully those left behind will have what it takes to evolve into a better species.
To all would be voters of P36 KT, happy voting! Show the world that you want a strong & stable government to serve you. Translate that through your votes. Whatever the outcome this Saturday, let's hope that the real winner will be the people of KT themselves.