Monday , June 5 2023

Don't blame Harapan's own failures on a "deep state"


VI | & # 39; If Harapan wants to adopt treaties, go and do the work, instead of blaming others. & # 39;

Saifuddin Abdullah: The & # 39; deep state & # 39; tries to undermine Harapan

6th Generation Immigrant: Let's ask ourselves a few simple questions first about that "deep state" before we start blaming everyone or worse, use the deep state as a permanent excuse to cover up the current government's own failures.

What are the goals of the deep state? What do they consist of in terms of membership?

How is the deep state funded? Is it co-funded or is there a continuous flow of funds from defined sources in or out of the country? What form of communication does it use and what is their management or organization?

All deep states must rest behind existing and functioning facades before they one day unmask themselves. Which industrial or financial facade can accept such covert movements in Malaysia? No one can see how much.

It may be that some politicians in the current government call a deep state only to blame the poor losers of past elections, who are fighting dirty, unprincipled and lacking human integrity to get back on the gravity train. they had lost.

This lot is not the "deep state", they are merely political waste using rough policies and underarm tactics to destabilize the current government. They will disappear soon after the funding is gone and the drivers behind the scene are in jail.

The real deep state in Malaysia belongs to the various sects of official religion.

They can organize kidnappings and kill opposition members. They are well funded and organized. Their facades are existing and recognized bodies in the administration.

They have their own mandatory equipment or they can easily get government agencies to do their dirty work in the name of religion and office.

The stories of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (Icerd), Orang Asli conversions, Project IC, citizenship, Indira Gandhi, Pastor Raymond Koh, preacher Zakir Naik, and more each lack of involvement of that real and true deep state

JW: Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah, whether deep state or not, you have the levers of power. You can't do anything but complain?

Even if there is a deep state, should it not be time for you and the Harapan government to plan it?

So, with four human rights treaties soon to be voted on, have you ever thought about doing any of those done by people in the public relations profession?

I know there are some unethical practices in public relations, but there are also good practices that you can adopt and implement to advance the ideas of the four human rights treaties in all corners of Malaysia.

This will make the rakyat even in rural areas hear about these treaties and why they need not fear what the opposition has said, especially PAS.

Do the hard work. Ideas cannot simply be accepted just because you have advertised and like these ideas.

People need to be convinced and comfortable with the policies. Have debates with those who have opposed the four human rights policies so that the rakyat can be convinced by you.

All this does not happen in just one day or even a week. So, don't start the plan to educate and promote those ideas just a day or two before the vote comes up.

In short, if you and the Harapan government are serious about these human rights policies being adopted in Malaysia, go and do the work, instead of blaming the opposition or the deep state for spreading lies and fear.

But based on Icerd and Rome Statute falling, I suspect that the main chance is that Pakatan Harapan is not united in the human rights contest because of the "Ketuan" ideology.

BRUCH: Come Saifuddin, the voters are no longer angry. Truly members of the Harapan coalition do not want to see the treaties signed.

The reason for this is that certain rights and privileges will no longer relate to any group. And you can't afford to lose their already dwindling support. And you create a so-called "deep state" that is a figment of your collective imagination of which you are guilty.

Your audience is not as stupid as you let them out. Not as during Umno / BN time.

Stop assuming the rakyat is dumb, and tell the truth. You may be able to arrest your flagrant support.

Proarte: There is a "deep state" within the putative "deep state" of which Saifuddin speaks of which I will call the "deep state" (DDS).

The DDS consists of people in the Harapan government like Saifuddin himself, who do nothing to quell the "deep state." The reasons range from moral cowardice, indifference and a more sinister direct collusion with the "seventh state".

Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said a big fat lie to the United Nations when he told Malaysia to ratify international human rights treaties such as Icerd.

At home, Mahathir told us that it would be difficult to ratify Icerd because it conflicts with the Malaysian constitution.

This sadly gave ammunition to the Malay racists and the opportunist opposition parties to threaten violence and demonstrations if Icerd was ratified by the Harapan government, and Mahathir mocked their demands with gratitude.

How can the Malaysian ruling elite shame and insult their community, making them racist and outrageous when they adhere to the notion that they have more rights than the Orang Asli or other non-Malaysian citizens of Malaysia?

Mahathir was stridently anti-apartheid when he was a first-rate dancer during his first tenor, but his hypocrisy is revealed by his racist politics at home. His new party shamelessly denies non-Muslims and non-Malaysians the right to join as equal members and they cannot hold an elected office.

If this is not apartheid then I don't know what is. The Malaysian constitution was never intended to create a racist state of apartheid, which Mahathir made Malaysia by shocking constitutional amendments and an intentional and perverse interpretation of our constitution.

The Malay special privileges were intended to have a limited time frame and were formulated simply to eliminate perceived imbalance. The Reid Commission, which was involved in the Mercy Constitution, was uncomfortable with the idea of ​​privileges in perpetuality and recommended that it be revised after 15 years.

It's been half a century since the revision date and Malaysians still say by their political leaders that they are incompetent, stupid, insecure and that Islam is under threat despite all the protection that other races or religions provide.

Bersatu is a destabilizing force in Harapan, which has developed abundantly to offer us a new paradigm of governance based on equality, religious pluralism and unity.

Unfortunately, Mahathir's politics are incredibly racist and religiously bigoted and this has informed his modus operandi throughout his career. The fact that he was trying to prevent the PKR from Anwar Ibrahim and his open invitation for Umno and PAS to join Bersatu, tells us about his & # 39; deep state activities & # 39; within Harapan.

The main problems of Malay Harapan are the real problem. They do not see the deep state of themselves.

ChuenTick: Thus, no deep state is needed. You people are already doing a great job of sabotaging the administration of our country.

This said, yes, I agree with you, it is a profound state of work to ensure that Harapan will not be able to participate in a good show. Well, you people are just guilty.

Explain: You are afraid of losing power and have no hands to go through reform agendas. Instead, you are guilty of the deep state.

Bibut: The deep state also needs a deep pocket. Keep following the money trail, push them all away.

Roger 5201: If by "deep state" Saifuddin is trying to name the innumerable, we understand perfectly where he comes from.

It is also time for Harapan to deal with it and continue the business of managing the country.

Hafidz Baharom: Rather, it is all about the deep state, when much of it is caused by government incompetence and fluctuation.

We are not in a Will Smith movie, Gene Hackman, filled with conspiracy theories and needing to blow up a building with a phone call.

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