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Monday, August 25, 2008

The Mother of all Statutory Declarations

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No, it's not the latest Statutory Declaration about the ritualistic side of Najib.

Nope... this one's bigger.

Much, much bigger...
(the Mother of 'em all, and more, in the full post)

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He did say it was big, didn't he?

Now, here's the thing: there have been so damn many Statutory Declarations flying hither and yon, Walski's amazed he hasn't been hit in the face by one already. Same goes with the Scripture-tory Declarations, too.

Frankly, Walski doesn't give a rat's ass what kind of rituals Najib (or anyone else for that matter) has been indulging themselves in. Heck, Najib could be the reincarnation of Vishnu the Destroyer, and Walski couldn't care less.


A leader is chosen based on his or her ability to lead. Plain and simple. Personal beliefs and whether or not he/she chooses to swear on anything shouldn't really come into the picture. If someone shows the ability to lead, has the sincerity to serve - not self-serve - and has the spirit of NATION building imbued (as opposed to communitarianistic ideals), that's good enough for Walski to give that person a chance.

Zulkifli Noordin, Salahuddin Ayub and the rest of the so-called elected leaders involved with Pembelot Pembela on August 9th, had their chance to prove they serve all. Yes, they physically belong in Pakatan/Barisan Rakyat, but not in spirit. Events on that day have shown us where their priorities really lie. And it's not with nation-building.

At least, not the nation that Walski would like Malaysia to be.

You know, though, if Walski were a statue, and he had something to declare, it would probably be this:

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And that's the Malaysia we should all strive towards - one that's less about communitarian self-interests, more about shared dreams and goals of a better nation. Let's make history and be the generation that put a Government in that's not communitarian politics driven, but one driven for the betterment of all who take pride in calling themselves Anak Bangsa Malaysia.